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NEWPARK REIT LIMITED - Results of annual general meeting

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Results of annual general meeting

NEWPARK REIT LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number: 2015/436550/06)
JSE share code: NRL  ISIN: ZAE000212783
(Approved as a REIT by the JSE)
("Newpark")


RESULTS OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING


Shareholders are advised that at the annual general meeting held on Tuesday, 16 July 2019 (in terms of the notice of annual
general meeting dispatched to shareholders on 21 June 2019), all of the resolutions tabled thereat were passed by the requisite
majority of Newpark shareholders.

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

-   total number of Newpark shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting: 100 000 001.
-   total number of Newpark shares that were present/represented at the annual general meeting: 93 977 674 being 94% of the
    total number of Newpark shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting.

Ordinary resolution number 1: Re-election of Gary Harlow as director

Shares voted*                     For                              Against                    Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%         1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 2: Re-election of Barry van Wyk as director

Shares voted*                     For                              Against                    Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%         1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 3: Re-election of Dries Ferreira as director

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                    Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%         1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 4.1: Re-appointment of Howard Charles Turner as a member and Chairperson of the Audit and Risk
Committee

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 4.2: Re-appointment of David Ivor Sevel as a member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 4.3: Re-appointment of Gary David Harlow as a member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 5: Re-appointment of auditors

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 6: General authority to issue shares for cash

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 7: Specific authority to issue shares pursuant to a reinvestment option

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Non-binding advisory resolution number 1: Endorsement of remuneration policy

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Non-binding advisory resolution number 2: Endorsement of remuneration implementation report

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Special resolution number 1: Financial assistance to related or inter-related parties

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Special resolution number 2: Share repurchases

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Special resolution number 3: Approval of non-executive directors’ fees

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

Ordinary resolution number 8: Signature of documentation

Shares voted*                    For                               Against                     Abstentions^

93 975 986, being 93.98%         93 974 786, being 100%            1 200, being 0.00%          1 688, being 0.00%

*shares voted in relation to total shares in issue (excluding abstentions)
^ in relation to total shares is issue (excluding treasury shares)

16 July 2019


Designated advisor
Java Capital

Date: 16/07/2019 04:45:00
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