ATTACQ LIMITED - Results of annual general meeting

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Results of annual general meeting

ATTACQ LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number 1997/000543/06)
JSE share code: ATT  ISIN: ZAE000177218
(Approved as a REIT by the JSE)
("Attacq" or "the Company")


RESULTS OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING


Shareholders are advised that at the annual general meeting of shareholders held on Thursday, 15 November 2018 (in
terms of the notice dispatched on 16 October 2018) all the resolutions tabled thereat were passed by the requisite
majority of shareholders.

Details of the results of voting at the annual general meeting are as follows:

 - total number of Attacq shares in issue as at the date of the annual general meeting: 749 582 777
 - total number of Attacq shares that were present/represented at the annual general meeting: 518 942 898 being
   74% of the total number of Attacq shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting.

Ordinary resolution number 1: Adoption of Company annual financial statements

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       518 880 508, being 100%         1 340, being 0.00%          61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 2: Adoption of consolidated annual financial statements

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       518 880 508, being 100%         1 340, being 0.00%          61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 3: General authority to issue equity securities for cash

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       403 616 947, being 77.79%       115 264 901, being 22.21%   61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 4: Re-appointment of Deloitte and Patrick Kleb as the auditors

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       503 232 288, being 96.98%       15 649 560, being 3.02%     61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 5: Re-election of Thys du Toit as director

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       518 878 508, being 100%         3 340, being 0.00%          61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 6: Re-election of Keneilwe Moloko as director

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 668, being 69.22%       485 016 930, being 93.47%       33 864 738, being 6.53%     61 230, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 7: Re-election of Brett Nagle as director

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       518 878 508, being 100%         3 340, being 0.00%          61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 8: Election of Ipeleng Mkhari as director

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 668, being 69.22%       518 877 628, being 100%         4 040, being 0.00%          61 230, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 9: Re-election of Stewart Shaw-Taylor as chairperson and member of the audit and risk
committee

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       518 878 508, being 100%         3 340, being 0.00%          61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 10: Re-election of Helen El Haimer as a member of the audit and risk committee

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 668, being 69.22%       518 878 328, being 100%         3 340, being 0.00%          61 230, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 11: Re-election of Brett Nagle as a member of the audit and risk committee

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       518 878 508, being 100%         3 340, being 0.00%          61 050, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 12: Control over unissued securities

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 877 398, being 69.22%       394 255 192, being 75.98%       124 622 206, being 24.02%   65 500, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 13: Specific authority to issue pursuant to a reinvestment option

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 877 398, being 69.22%       518 874 058, being 100%         3 340, being 0.00%          65 500, being 0.01%

Non-binding advisory vote 1: Endorsement of the remuneration policy

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 877 218, being 69.22%       450 266 846, being 86.78%       68 610 372, being 13.22%    65 680, being 0.01%

Non-binding advisory vote 2: Endorsement of the remuneration implementation report

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 877 218, being 69.22%       517 688 283, being 99.77%       1 188 935, being 0.23%      65 680, being 0.01%

Special resolution number 1: Authorisation to provide financial assistance in terms of section 44 and 45 of the
Companies Act

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 877 398, being 69.22%       518 873 558, being 100%         3 840, being 0.00%          65 500, being 0.01%

Special resolution number 2: General authority to repurchase securities

Shares voted*                   For                             Against                     Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       502 104 950, being 96.77%       16 776 898, being 3.23%     61 050, being 0.01%

Special resolution number 3: Allotment and issue of shares to executive directors, prescribed officers and employees
of Attacq under the Attacq long-term incentive plan

Shares voted*                   For                          Against                        Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       489 141 073, being 94.27%    29 740 775, being 5.73%        61 050, being 0.01%

Special resolution number 4: Approval of non-executive directors’ fees

Shares voted*                   For                          Against                        Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       489 119 906, being 94.26%    29 761 942, being 5.74%        61 050, being 0.01%

Special resolution number 5: Approval of future increases to non-executive directors’ fees

Shares voted*                   For                          Against                        Abstentions^
518 881 848, being 69.22%       518 532 108, being 99.93%    349 740, being 0.07%           61 050, being 0.01%

Special resolution number 6: Amendments to the Company’s Memorandum of Incorporation

Shares voted*                   For                          Against                        Abstentions^
518 877 398, being 69.22%       518 872 858, being 100%                4 540, being 0.00%   65 500, being 0.01%
* shares in relation to total shares in issue (excluding abstentions)
^ in relation to total shares is issue


15 November 2018


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