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Results of annual general meeting

REDEFINE PROPERTIES LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number 1999/018591/06)
JSE share code: RDF ISIN: ZAE000190252
LEI: 37890061EC026A7DA532
Debt company code: BIRDF
(Approved as a REIT by the JSE)
(“Redefine” or “the company”)

RESULTS OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Shareholders are advised that at the annual general meeting of shareholders held on Tuesday,
23 February 2021 (in terms of the notice dispatched on Monday, 28 December 2020) all the resolutions tabled
thereat were passed by the requisite majority of Redefine shareholders.

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

– total number of Redefine shares in issue as at the date of the annual general meeting: 5 793 183 207
(including 5 876 766 treasury shares);
– total number of Redefine shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting:
5 787 306 441 (excluding 5 876 766 treasury shares); and
– total number of Redefine shares that were present/represented at the annual general meeting:
4 721 016 228, being 81.58% of the total number of Redefine shares that could have been voted at the
annual general meeting.

ORDINARY RESOLUTIONS

Ordinary resolution 1: Election of Ms D Radley as an independent non-executive director

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 753 802, 4 513 214 501, 190 539 301, 16 985 124,
being 81.28% being 95.95% being 4.05% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 2: Election of Mr N Nyawo as an executive director

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 716 722, 4 701 481 875, 2 234 847, 17 022 204,
being 81.28% being 99.95% being 0.05% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 3: Re-election of Mr M Barkhuysen as an independent non-executive director

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 727 662, 4 702 249 897, 1 477 765, 17 011 264,
being 81.28% being 99.97% being 0.03% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 4: Re-election of Ms L Sennelo as an independent non-executive director

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 710 712, 4 584 633 861, 119 076 851, 17 028 214,
being 81.28% being 97.47% being 2.53% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 5.1: Election of Ms B Mathews as a member of the audit committee

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 745 540, 4 684 745 731, 18 999 809, 16 993 386,
being 81.28% being 99.60% being 0.40% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 5.2: Election of Ms D Naidoo as a member of the audit committee

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 570 740 866, 4 015 131 480, 555 609 386, 149 998 060,
being 78.98% being 87.84% being 12.16% being 2.59%

Ordinary resolution 5.3: Election of Ms D Radley as a member of the audit committee

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 719 840, 4 194 731 206, 508 988 634, 17 019 086,
being 81.28% being 89.18% being 10.82% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 5.4: Election of Ms L Sennelo as a member of the audit committee

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 691 190, 4 591 791 700, 111 899 490, 17 047 736,
being 81.28% being 97.62% being 2.38% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 6: Re-appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. as independent external
auditor

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 769 999, 4 702 893 736, 876 263, 16 968 927,
being 81.28% being 99.98% being 0.02% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 7: Placing the unissued ordinary shares under the control of the directors

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 848 754, 4 331 990 168, 371 858 586, 16 890 172,
being 81.28% being 92.09% being 7.91% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 8: General authority to issue shares for cash

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 902 904, 4 538 907 832, 164 995 072, 16 836 022,
being 81.28% being 96.49% being 3.51% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 9: Specific authority to issue shares pursuant to a reinvestment option

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 798 451, 4 693 950 626, 9 847 825, 16 940 474,
being 81.28% being 99.79% being 0.21% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 10: Non-binding advisory vote on the remuneration policy of the company

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 626 981 568, 4 452 160 323, 174 821 245, 93 757 358,
being 79.95% being 96.22% being 3.78% being 1.62%

Ordinary resolution 11: Non-binding advisory vote on the implementation of the remuneration
policy of the company

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 626 979 669, 4 482 050 493, 144 929 176, 93 759 257,
being 79.95% being 96.87% being 3.13% being 1.62%

Ordinary resolution 12: Amendment of the Redefine Executive Incentive Scheme rules

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 711 854, 4 672 896 072, 30 815 782, 17 027 072,
being 81.28% being 99.34% being 0.66% being 0.29%

Ordinary resolution 13: Authorisation of directors

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 730 992, 4 702 487 395, 1 243 597, 17 007 934,
being 81.28% being 99.97% being 0.03% being 0.29%

SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS

Special resolution 1: Non-executive director fees

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 729 805, 4 688 793 398, 14 936 407, 17 009 121,
being 81.28% being 99.68% being 0.32% being 0.29%

Special resolution 2: Approval for the granting of financial assistance to directors,
prescribed officers and other identified employees as employee share scheme beneficiaries

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 945 971, 4 451 280 123, 252 665 848, 16 792 955,
being 81.28% being 94.63% being 5.37% being 0.29%

Special resolution 3: Approval for the granting of financial assistance to related and
inter-related entities

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 695 078 998, 4 691 502 194, 3 576 804, 25 659 928,
being 81.13% being 99.92% being 0.08% being 0.44%

Special resolution 4: General authority for a repurchase of shares issued by the company

Shares voted* For Against Abstentions^
4 703 954 142, 4 134 710 555, 569 243 587, 16 784 784,
being 81.28% being 87.90% being 12.10% being 0.29%

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

23 February 2021

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Date: 23-02-2021 04:00:00
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