NEPI Historical Announcement

Results of Dividend and Issue of New Shares Election

8 April 2013

Shareholders are referred to the previous announcements in respect the election by shareholders to receive a return of capital by way of an issue of 2.774 new NEPI shares (“new NEPI shares”) for every 100 NEPI shares held on the relevant record date, being Thursday, 28 March 2013 (“return of capital”) or a cash dividend of 12.05 Euro cents per share (143.75650 ZAR cents per share for shareholders on the SA share register) (“cash dividend”).
Following completion of the election, the company hereby announces that in respect of the return of capital, a total of 3 625 314 new NEPI shares will be issued on market as listed shares on Monday, 8 April 2013 on the JSE, the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange and the Bucharest Stock Exchange. The new NEPI shares will rank pari passu in every respect with existing listed shares of the company and are fully fungible with effect from the date of listing. Following the issue of the new NEPI shares in the company, the total issued share capital of the company will increase to 147 987 466 ordinary shares with a par value of €0.01 per share.
Certificated shareholders who elected to receive the new NEPI shares should note that share certificates will be posted to shareholders on Monday, 8 April 2013. The cash dividend will be distributed by bank transfer, therefore shareholders on the UK share register who have not yet provided bank details to the company, are asked to contact the company at its registered office which is Lord Street, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 4LN, 2nd Floor, Anglo International House, Phone +44 (0) 2031 801 547, to make the necessary arrangements.
Dematerialised shareholders should note that the CREST, CSDP, broker and the (Romanian) Central Depository accounts holding dematerialised shares are in the process of being credited with either a cash dividend or new NEPI shares, according to the elections made.

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