TRP Ruling on the waiver of the requirement to make a mandatory offer
CAPEVIN HOLDINGS LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
Registration number: 1997/020857/06
(“Capevin” or the “Company”)
TRP RULING ON THE WAIVER OF THE REQUIREMENT TO MAKE A MANDATORY OFFER
Capevin Shareholders are referred to the announcement released on the Stock Exchange News
Service ("SENS") of the JSE Limited ("JSE") on Friday, 27 October 2017 announcing the results of
the Capevin Scheme Meeting in relation to the restructuring of Distell’s multi-tiered ownership
Unless otherwise indicated, capitalised words and terms contained in this announcement shall bear
the same meanings ascribed thereto in the Capevin Circular and the Distell Prospectus distributed to
Capevin Shareholders on Wednesday, 20 September 2017.
The results of the Capevin Scheme Meeting included the approval of Ordinary Resolution Number 1,
relating to the Waiver by the Capevin Minorities of the Mandatory Offer Requirement in terms of
regulation 86(4) of the Companies Regulations.
On Friday, 3 November 2017, application was made by Remgro International to the TRP, for an
exemption from Remgro International’s obligation to make a Mandatory Offer to the Capevin
Minorities and for a ruling as envisaged in the TRP’s Guideline 2/2011 ("TRP Waiver Ruling").
Capevin Shareholders are advised that the TRP has granted the TRP Waiver Ruling. The reasons for
granting the TRP Waiver Ruling are available from the TRP on request by any Capevin Shareholder.
Capevin Shareholders are also reminded that, as advised in the Capevin Circular, they may request
the Takeover Special Committee to review the TRP Waiver Ruling within five Business Days of the
publication of this announcement (i.e. by no later than Thursday, 16 November 2017).
Any such requests must be made in writing and addressed to "The Executive Director, Takeover
Regulation Panel" at any of the addresses indicated below:
If delivered by hand or courier: If emailed: If faxed:
The Executive Director email@example.com The Executive Director
Takeover Regulation Panel Takeover Regulation Panel
1st Floor, Block 2, Freestone Park + 27 (0) 11 784 0062
135 Patricia Road
The TRP Waiver proceedings will be regarded as complete (i) after the expiry of the aforesaid five
Business Day period, if no Capevin Shareholder(s) requests the Takeover Special Committee to
review the TRP Waiver Ruling or (ii) on the date that the Takeover Special Committee confirms the
TRP Waiver Ruling (which must occur by no later than Monday, 29 January 2018) if any Capevin
Shareholder(s) request(s) the Takeover Special Committee to review the TRP Waiver Ruling.
Thereafter, the only two outstanding Conditions Precedent are (i) the various Competition Authorities
approval and (ii) the issue by the TRP of a compliance certificate, which are currently expected at the
end of January 2018.
Assuming that the TRP Waiver proceedings are complete after the expiry of the aforesaid five
Business Day period, it is expected that the receipt of the finalisation announcement following
fulfilment of the last Condition Precedent will trigger implementation of the Transaction at the
beginning of February 2018, as envisaged in the timetables communicated to Capevin Shareholders
previously. If the relevant dates in respect of the Transaction change and the dates as previously
communicated are impacted, the changes will be released on SENS and published in the press.
By order of the Board
9 November 2017
Financial Adviser and Transaction Sponsor to Capevin
PSG Capital Proprietary Limited
Legal Adviser to Capevin
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc.
Independent expert to the Capevin Independent Board
BDO Corporate Finance Proprietary Limited
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