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Maureen Manyama, Aspen Pharmacare Holdings ‎Independent Non-Executive Director

Shareholders are advised that Maureen Manyama, who retires by rotation at the upcoming
Aspen AGM scheduled for 7 December 2017, has confirmed that she will no longer be standing
for re-election.

As a result, Ordinary Resolution 3.4 (re-election as director) and Ordinary
Resolution 5.3 (re-election as member of the Audit and Risk Committee) of the AGM notice, is
herewith withdrawn.

The Board of Aspen wishes to express its sincere gratitude and appreciation to Ms Manyama for
her dedication and contributions during her time as director of the Company and wish her the
best for her future endeavours.

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