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  1. Highlights • Distribution for 6 months up 17% compared to corresponding 6 month period • Distribution for 12 months up 15% compared to previous year • Successful completion of Moratiwa Crossing Shopping Centre and Allandale mini-factory and warehousing developments • Dual listing in Namibia • Improvement in cost to income ratio to 34.1% (from 35.4% previous year) • Cost saving of R2.3 million per annum from procurement exercise • Additional annual income of ±R6 million from billboard/signage contracts • Acquisition of three ‘A’ grade earnings enhancing properties

  2. Salient features of results • Net profit available for distribution up 23.2% from R214.8 million to R264.6 million • Net asset value per linked unit (NAV) up to 890 cents from 803 cents end March 2007 (+10.8%) • Reduction in group finance costs from R126.9 million to R114.8 million • Distribution for 6 months up 17% (48.0 cents vs 41.0 cents) • Distribution for 12 months up 15% (88.25 cents vs 76.75 cents)

  3. Condensed group income statement

  4. Make-up of increase in distribution Cents per linked unit Contribution to increased rental income Reduction in vacancies and increased rentals 17.8 Additional rentals from property acquisitions 4.2 Other 2.0 24.0 Less: Increase in property expenditure (4.4) Income foregone on properties sold in prior year (4.1) Net increase in group property revenue 15.5 Net finance costs reduction 4.1 Increased administrative expenses (3.5) Adjustment for lower weighted average number of units (4.6) Net increase in distribution 11.5

  5. Group debt structure Maturity and interest rate profile of long-term debt at 31 March 2008

  6. Group balance sheet

  7. Group net cash flow

  8. NAV bridge

  9. Linked unit price performance

  10. Trading volumes

  11. Property portfolio • Number of properties 74 (71 on 31/3/07) • GLA 911 907 m² (898 351 m²) • Valuation • Total portfolio Directors’ valuation R4.32 billion – up R455 million (11.8%) from 31/3/07 • External valuation R2 451.1 million compared to R2 290.6 million director’s valuation (R160.5 million or 7.0% higher on 53% of total portfolio)

  12. Property portfolio – largest properties Area Value % of (m²)(R’m)total Durban Phoenix Plaza S/C 24 162 350.7 8.1 Randburg Square S/C 51 370 255.0 5.9 Durban Embassy Offices 32 339 195.8 4.5 Pinetown Pinecrest S/C (50%) 40 492 185.6 4.3 Bellville Louis Leipoldt Hospital 20 479 145.1 3.4 Dobsonville Shopping Centre 23 124 143.5 3.3 Roodepoort Hillfox S/C 36 103 125.7 2.9 Bloemfontein Plaza S/C 38 438 118.9 2.8 Midrand Arivia.kom Offices 15 634 115.7 2.7 Oshakati Shopping Centre 21 591 114.7 2.7 Germiston Route 24 Industrial Park 34 977 114.1 2.6 Daveyton Shopping Centre 16 983 111.4 2.6 Windhoek BPI House Offices 12 915100.52.3 368 607 2 076.7 48.1

  13. Sectoral valuation of portfolio

  14. Acquisitions and developments Value Yield (R’m)(%) Development of Moratiwa Crossing (86.5% share) 61.5 9.5 Development of Allandale mini-factories 17.2 10.4 Acquisition of West Street, Houghton offices 33.5 9.2 Acquisition of BPI House Windhoek offices 110.0 9.1 Acquisition of Lynnwood Pretoria offices 34.08.6 256.2 9.2

  15. Disposals Directors’ Purchase valuation Net sales price 31 March 08 price (R’000)(R’000)(R’000) Hallmark Building 80 693 66 997 78 046

  16. Portfolio geographical profile % of gross rentals

  17. Portfolio sectoral profile % of gross rentals

  18. Portfolio vacancy profile % of gross rentals

  19. Individual properties vacancy profile % of GLA

  20. Portfolio lease expiry profile % of GLA

  21. Portfolio tenant profile % of gross rentals

  22. Individual properties: weighted average gross rentals % of GLA

  23. Historical sectoral rental escalation % of gross rentals Average annual escalation - actual vs contractual

  24. Rental escalation profile % of gross rentals Average annual escalation

  25. Gross cost to income ratio

  26. Portfolio – new leases and renewals New leases and renewals for 12 months ended 31 March 2008 • Total contract value R516 million • Total rentable area 201 630m² Contract value (R’m) Arivia.kom – Arivia.kom building 34.4 Spar – Moratiwa Crossing 23.4 Subaru – Supra Hino building 21.2 Wesbank – Embassy building 20.5 Edgars – Moratiwa Crossing 17.4 Unisys – Barlow Place building 15.2

  27. Strategic priorities for previous year • Growth • New acquisitions – R177.5 million • Further expansions/revamps/upgrades – R81.5 million • Cost cutting • Procurement - savings of R2.3 million • New property management contracts – savings of R0.5 million • BEE • Leverage existing shareholders – number of prospects under investigation • Further initiatives re Code of Good Practice on BEE – procurement exercise increased % of BEE spend,rating to commence shortly

  28. Strategic priorities for coming year • Retain tenants • Manage bad and doubtful debts • Maintain properties • Further revamps/upgrades/expansions of existing properties • Manage energy situation

  29. Prospects • Negative factors • Slowdown in economic growth • High interest rates and inflation • Electricity crisis • Slowdown in retail sales • Negative sentiment • Although more risk, property fundamentals remain fairly strong • Expected growth not as good as previous year • Still expect reasonable growth in distributions

  30. Acknowledgements • Board • Service providers • Sanlam Properties • JHI • Kuper Legh • Old Mutual Investment Group Property Investments • Brokers and developers • Tenants • Investors

  31. Questions ?