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Listing of shares as a result of the accelerated book build

MAS Real Estate Inc.
Registered in the British Virgin Islands
Registration number 1750199
Registered as an external company in the Republic of South Africa
Registration number 2010/000338/10
JSE share code: MSP
ISIN: VGG5884M1041
LEI code: 213800T1TZPGQ7HS4Q13
(“MAS” or the “Company”)


Shareholders are referred to the announcements published on 14 September 2017 detailing the opening and
closing of a successful accelerated book build of ZAR 1.98 billion (the “Book Build”). Prior to the Book Build,
the total issued share capital was 480 216 299 ordinary no par value shares. The Company hereby
announces that a total of 77 541 988 new shares (the “Book Build Shares”) were listed today on both the
Euro MTF market of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (“LuxSE”) and the Main Board of the JSE Limited
(“JSE”). The Book Build Shares will rank pari passu in every respect with existing listed shares of the
Company and are fully fungible with effect from listing. Following the issue and listing of the Book Build
Shares, the total issued and listed share capital of the Company has increased to 557 758 287 ordinary no
par value shares.

MAS is listed on the Main Board of the JSE and on the Euro MTF market of the LuxSE.

28 September 2017

Helen Cullen, Company Secretary, MAS Real Estate Inc.                 +44 1624 625 000
Java Capital, South African corporate advisor and JSE sponsor         +27 11 722 3050
Henco van der Meulen, M Partners, Luxembourg                          +352 26 38 68 616

Date: 28/09/2017 11:19:00 
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