Nick Riley to assume broader leadership role within Investec Bank Limited (“IBL”), with Andrew Wooler and Darryl Mayers taking over as joint CEOs of the Property Fund, effective 1 December

Core dividend growth delivered in challenging environment Fund delivers total shareholder return of 21% in FY 2018

Investec Property Fund (“IPF” or “the Fund”) is pleased to announce an interim dividend of 68.37 cents per share (cps) for the six months ended 30 September 2017 (Sept 16: 60.91 cps).

Investec Property Fund (“IPF” or “the Fund”) is pleased to announce a final dividend of 66.74 cents per share for the six months ended 31 March 2017, taking the full year dividend to 127.65 cents per share (31 March 2016: 124.66 cents per share).

Investec Property Fund (“IPF” or the “Fund”) delivers solid growth during period of consolidation of the R8 billion acquisition of Zenprop and Griffin properties in 2015.

Investec Property Fund announced a full year dividend of 124.66 cents per share for the year ended 31 March 2016.

Investec Property Fund has delivered attractive growth for the six months ended 30 September 2015.

Investec Property Fund (IPF) has agreed the acquisition of a portfolio of 26 properties for an aggregate acquisition value of R7.1 billion from best-of-breed developer Zenprop.

Capital raise proceeds to fund the recently announced Griffin acquisition.

Investec Property Fund on the verge of reaching its R10 billion asset base milestone.

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