Johannesburg, South Africa – Sasol Khanyisa Public (RF) Limited (Sasol Khanyisa) is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors has declared a maiden interim dividend of R0.28 (twenty eight cents) (before tax) per ordinary Sasol Khanyisa share.
After dividend withholding tax, a net dividend of R0.22 per share will be deposited into shareholders’ bank accounts from 1 April 2019. The total value of dividend you will receive is calculated by the net dividend multiplied by the number of shares you hold. [example: 200 shares x R0.22 dividend per share = R44.00 total dividend]
Sasol Khanyisa received a dividend from Sasol South Africa Limited, the underlying investment of Sasol Khanyisa. In terms of the agreement between Sasol Khanyisa and Sasol South Africa Limited, only 2,5% (trickle dividend) of the amount Sasol Khanyisa receives may be declared to ordinary shareholders. The remaining 97,5% of the dividend, after costs, is used to settle interest and pay down the vendor funding provided by Sasol.
The interim financial results of Sasol Khanyisa Public (RF) Limited for the six months ended 31 December 2018 are available on www.sasolkhanyisa.com, together with information on Sasol South Africa Limited, the entity in which Sasol Khanyisa Public (RF) Limited is invested.
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