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CONSOLIDATED INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP LIMITED - Results of annual general meeting

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Results of annual general meeting

CONSOLIDATED INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number 2007/004935/06)
JSE share code: CIL ISIN: ZAE000153888
(“CIG”)


RESULTS OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Shareholders are advised that at the annual general meeting of shareholders held on Monday,
23 March 2020 (in terms of the notice dispatched on Friday, 28 February 2020) 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 CIG shares in issue as at the date of the annual general meeting:
  402 091 069;
- total number of shares that could have been exercised at the annual general meeting after
  excluding 5 932 055 treasury shares: 396 159 014; and
- total number of CIG shares that were present/represented at the annual general meeting:
  311 427 198 being 79% of the total number of CIG shares that could have been voted at
  the annual general meeting.

Ordinary Resolution 1.1: Receipt and adoption of the annual financial statements for the
twelve months ended 31 August 2019

    Shares voted*               For                 Against              Abstentions^
  311 243 747, being    311 243 747, being             -                183 451, being
       77,41%                 100%                                          0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 1.2: Receipt and adoption of the annual financial statements for the
four months ended 31 December 2019

    Shares voted*               For                 Against              Abstentions^
  311 243 747, being    311 243 747, being             -                183 451, being
       77,41%                 100%                                          0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 2.1: Re-election of Roger Hogarth as a director

    Shares voted*               For                  Against             Abstentions^
  311 243 747, being    311 237 747, being     6 000, being 0,00%       183 451, being
       77,41%                  100%                                         0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 2.2: Re-election of Trent Hudson as a director

    Shares voted*               For                  Against             Abstentions
  309 743 647, being    296 626 369, being      13 117 278, being       183 451, being
       77,03%                 95,77%                 4,23%                  0.05%

Ordinary Resolution 2.3: Re-election of Quinn McLean as a director

   Shares voted*               For                  Against              Abstentions^
 309 743 647, being    299 633 097, being      10 110 550, being        183 451, being
      77,03%                 96,74%                 3,26%                   0.05%

Ordinary Resolution 3.1: Re-election of Cristina Teixeira as a director

   Shares voted*               For                    Against            Abstentions^
 311 243 747, being    311 237 747, being       6 000, being 0.00%      183 451, being
      77,41%                  100%                                          0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 4.1: Election of Roger Hogarth as member and chairperson of the
group audit and risk committee

   Shares voted*               For                Against               Abstentions^
 311 243 747, being     311 237 747, being    6 000, being 0.00%       183 451, being
      77,41%                  100%                                         0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 4.2: Election of Judy Nwokedi as member of the group audit and risk committee

   Shares voted*              For                Against                Abstentions^
 309 743 647, being    309 736 631, being    7 016, being 0.00%        183 451, being
      77,03%                  100%                                         0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 5: Approval of remuneration policy, through a non-binding advisory vote

   Shares voted*              For                Against                Abstentions^
 309 738 847, being    309 702 892, being  35 955, being 0,01%         188 251, being
      77,03%                99,99%                                         0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 6: Approval of the remuneration implementation report, through a
non-binding advisory vote

   Shares voted*              For                 Against              Abstentions^
 309 738 847, being    281 325 474, being   28 413 373, being         188 251, being
      77,03%                90,83%                9,17%                   0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 7: Appointment of auditors

   Shares voted*              For                 Against               Abstentions
 311 243 747, being    311 237 747, being    6 000, being 0,00%        183 451, being
      77,41%                 100%                                          0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 8: Control of authorised but unissued shares

   Shares voted*             For                  Against               Abstentions^
 309 743 647, being    309 717 647, being    26 000, being 0,01%       183 451, being
      77,03%                 99,99%                                        0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 9: Authority to sign all documents required
  
    Shares voted*             For                   Against              Abstentions^
  311 243 747, being    311 243 747, being               -              183 451, being
       77,41%                100,00%                                        0,05%

Ordinary Resolution 10: General authority to issue shares for cash

    Shares voted*             For                    Against             Abstentions^
  309 743 647, being    299 613 097, being      10 130 550, being       183 451, being
       77,03%                96,73%                   3,27%                 0,05%

Special Resolution 1: Authorisation of non-executive directors’ remuneration

    Shares voted*             For                 Against                Abstentions^
  309 746 581, being     309 722 559, being    24 022, being 0,01%      180 517, being
       77,03%                  99,99%                                       0,04%

Special Resolution 2: General authority to repurchase shares

    Shares voted*               For                  Against             Abstentions^
  311 243 747, being     311 237 747, being     6 000, being 0,00%      183 451, being
       77,41%                 100,00%                                       0,05%

Special Resolution 3: General authority to provide financial assistance to related or inter- related companies

     Shares voted*              For                   Against              Abstentions^
  311 239 896, being    311 233 896, being      6 000, being 0,00%        187 302, being
        77,41%                100,00%                                         0,05%
                                                                            
* shares voted (excluding abstentions) in relation to total shares in issue
^ in relation to total shares in issue

24 March 2020

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Date: 24-03-2020 12:00:00
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