Modification of special resolution number 4 proposed for adoption at the annual general meeting of the Company
HYPROP INVESTMENTS LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number 1987/005284/06)
JSE share code: HYP ISIN: ZAE000190724
JSE bond issuer code: HYPI
(Approved as a REIT by the JSE)
("Hyprop" or "the Company")
MODIFICATION OF SPECIAL RESOLUTION NUMBER 4 PROPOSED FOR ADOPTION AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE COMPANY
Shareholders are referred to the notice of annual general meeting ("AGM") sent to shareholders on Monday,
26 October 2020, and in particular special resolution number 4 relating to the insertion of a new clause 38.19 in Hyprop’s
memorandum of incorporation regarding the settlement of distributions.
Hyprop has modified special resolution number 4, as set out below, for shareholders to consider and, if deemed fit, adopt
with or without modification, at the AGM.
SPECIAL RESOLUTION NUMBER 4: THE INSERTION OF A NEW CLAUSE 38.19 IN THE MEMORANDUM OF INCORPORATION REGARDING SETTLEMENT
"Resolved that the Memorandum of Incorporation be and is hereby amended by including the following as a new
"38.19 It is recorded that the Company has declared an interim distribution for the 6 month period ended
31 December 2019 (the "interim distribution") in respect of which the Company has not yet published finalisation
details (as contemplated in the JSE Listings Requirements). Without limitation to any of the other provisions
of this MOI, the Directors may determine that the Company's obligation to settle the interim distribution may
be discharged by acknowledging an indebtedness on the part of the Company to pay the amount concerned on
or no later than a specified future date, provided that the rights in respect of such indebtedness are capable
of being applied by shareholders to subscribe for shares in terms of a dividend reinvestment mechanism or
the like on such basis as the Directors may determine, at or as soon as practicable after the acknowledgment
of such indebtedness.""
In order for special resolution number 4 to be adopted, the support of at least 75% of the voting rights exercisable by
shareholders, present in person or represented by proxy, in favour of the resolution, is required.
The reason for and effect of special resolution number 4
The interim distribution was declared as a cash distribution, with, at the board’s discretion, an alternative for
shareholders to apply the interim dividend to subscribe for shares in terms of a dividend reinvestment plan. The
Company's current preference is to settle the interim distribution by acknowledging the Company's indebtedness in
respect thereof for future payment, on the basis that rights in respect of such indebtedness will be capable of being
applied by shareholders to subscribe for shares in terms of a dividend reinvestment mechanism or the like on such basis
as the Directors may determine, without undue delay. The proposed amendment will enable the Company to do so,
affording it a simpler mechanism to achieve its objective.
The AGM will be held by way of electronic participation in accordance with the provisions of section 63(2) of the
Companies Act 71 of 2008 and the JSE Listings Requirements as read with the Company’s memorandum of
incorporation at 11:00 on Tuesday, 24 November 2020. Shareholders are reminded that they can submit or withdraw
proxies already given at any time prior to the voting on any resolution proposed at the AGM and are encouraged to vote
in favour of special resolution number 4.
16 November 2020
Date: 16-11-2020 04:48:00
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