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settling the debt

and growing

our family

What is

debt?

But, what happens to

my shares?

How is the remaining

debt to be settled?

How much do I get from this

dividend per share?

For every 100 shares

bought for R2500

– it had a value of

R15 631. Since you

only paid R2500,

Vodacom financed

the balance (R13 131)

and over time the

dividends paid down

some of the debt.

YeboYethu is a listed

company and therefore

RBH and Thebe will

exchange their Vodacom

SA shares for YeboYethu

shares and become part

of YeboYethu.

YeboYethu will

then pay a

special dividend.

Vodacom will

repurchase

some

shares from

YeboYethu to

the value of

the debt.

You will get about

2.6 x for every R25

invested.

That is about

R67 dividend

per share

reward to you!

After the debt

is settled,

YeboYethu

together with

RBH and Thebe

will hold about

4.0% debt

free shares in

Vodacom SA.

You keep your

shares which will

stay in YeboYethu,

which moves into

Vodacom Group,

so you will still be

able to trade.

So what

happens

next?