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AEP ENERGY AFRICA LIMITED - Submission of a resolution to AEP shareholders in terms of section 60 of the Companies Act

Release Date: 14/08/2019 15:00
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Submission of a resolution to AEP shareholders in terms of section 60 of the Companies Act

AEP Energy Africa Limited
Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa
(Registration number: 2017/024904/06)
JSE share code: AEY
ISIN: ZAE000241741
(“AEP” or “the Company”)



Shareholders are referred to:
    -   the announcement released by the Company on SENS on 26 June 2019, advising
        shareholders that the Company had made an application to the JSE to extend AEP’s SPAC
        life, which was due to expire on 30 June 2019, as a result of the board of directors of the
        Company (“the Board”) being of the view that the Company still has a reasonable prospect
        of concluding the acquisition of a viable asset, as the Company continues to engage with
        relevant stakeholders for the possible conclusion of the acquisition by the Company of 100%
        of the issued share capital of IberAfrica Power (East Africa) Limited (“the Acquisition”); and
    -   the announcement released by the Company on SENS on 31 July 2019, advising
        Shareholders that the JSE had granted a further extension to the Company’s SPAC life to
        30 September 2019.

Further to the above, shareholders are subsequently advised that, given the extension of the period
in which to complete the Acquisition, the Board has resolved to submit a resolution to shareholders
in order to obtain authority to further increase the Company’s permissible expenses in accordance
with paragraph 4.34(c) of the JSE Listings Requirements, in order to further pursue possible
completion of the Acquisition.


In terms of section 60(1) of the Companies Act, 2008 (Act 71 of 2008), as amended (“the Act”), a
resolution that could be voted on at a shareholders’ meeting may instead be submitted for
consideration to the shareholders entitled to exercise voting rights in relation to the resolution, and
which may be voted on in writing by such shareholders entitled to exercise voting rights in respect
of such resolution, within 20 (twenty) business days after the resolution was submitted to them.

Section 60(2) of the Act provides that a resolution contemplated in terms of section 60(1) of the Act
will have been adopted if it is supported by shareholders entitled to exercise sufficient voting rights
for it to have been adopted as a resolution at a properly constituted shareholders’ meeting, and if
adopted, such resolution will have the same effect as if it had been approved by voting at a
shareholders’ meeting.

A notice, together with the proposed resolution, a voting form and a form of proxy (“the Notice”),
was distributed to shareholders today, 14 August 2019. A copy of the Notice is available on the
Company’s website:

The record date for determining which shareholders are entitled to vote on the proposed resolution
in terms of the written consent was Friday, 2 August 2019.

14 August 2019

Corporate and Designated Advisor
Questco Corporate Advisory Proprietary Limited

Date: 14/08/2019 03:00:00
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