Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 - Short form announcement

Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 - Short form announcement

Sibanye Stillwater Limited
Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa
Registration number 2014/243852/06
Share codes: SSW (JSE) and SBSW (NYSE)
ISIN - ZAE000259701
Issuer code: SSW
("the Company / Sibanye-Stillwater")
Website: www.sibanyestillwater.com

Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 - Short form announcement

Johannesburg, 26 August 2021: Sibanye Stillwater (Tickers JSE: SSW and NYSE: SBSW) is pleased
to report operating and financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2021.

SALIENT FEATURES FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30 JUNE 2021

•   Profit attributable to shareholders of R24.8bn (US$1.7bn)
•   Record Adjusted Free Cash Flow (AFCF) of R17.3bn (US$1.2bn) - a 59% increase from R10.9bn
    (US$655m) for H1 2020
•   Interim dividend of ~R8.5bn (US$565m) - 292 SA cps (77.21 US cents per ADR). Annualised
    dividend yield of 10%*
•   Continued capital allocation discipline
    - Borrowings (excl. non-recourse)** reduced by R12.2bn (US$508m) to R15.9bn (US$1.1bn)
       at the end of H1 2021 (vs H1 2020)
    - Further R5.0bn (US$354m) reduction from corporate bond buyback on 2 August 2021
    - Share buyback program (5% of issued share capital) returning ~R9.6bn (US$700m) surplus
       cash to shareholders, once completed, will further enhance shareholder returns
* Based on the closing share price of R59.66 at 30 June 2021
** Refer note 10.2 (footnote 1) of the condensed consolidated interim financial statements

    KEY OPERATING RESULTS
        US dollar                                                                             SA rand
    Six months ended                                                                     Six months ended
     Jun     Dec     Jun                                                                  Jun     Dec     Jun
    2020    2020   2021                       KEY STATISTICS                             2021    2020   2020
                                       UNITED STATES (US) OPERATIONS
                                       PGM underground operations1,2
                                                                                                    9,497    9,261
297,740 305,327 298,301 oz                    2E PGM production2                   kg   9,278
                        US$/2Eo
                                                                                                   32,026   30,621
  1,837   1,970   2,286 z                   Average basket price              R/2Eoz 33,261
    332     409     437 US$m                   Adjusted EBITDA3                   Rm  6,358         6,660    5,544
     60      63      65 %                  Adjusted EBITDA margin3                 %     65            63       60
                        US$/2Eo
                                                                                                   14,342   14,429
    866     882     973 z                 All-in sustaining cost4             R/2Eoz 14,153
                                              PGM recycling1,2
                                                    3E PGM
                                                                                                   13,769   12,363
397,472 442,698 402,872 oz                        recycling2                       kg 12,531
                        US$/3Eo                Average basket
                                                                                                   36,357   52,661
  2,238   2,236   3,159 z                            price                    R/3Eoz 45,963
                                                   Adjusted
                                                                                                      421      458
       27     26       50 US$m                      EBITDA3                        Rm        733
                                              Adjusted EBITDA
                                                                                                        4        3
        3      4        4%                          margin3                         %          4
                                                Net interest
                                                                                                      113       68
        4      7       12 US$m                     received                        Rm        171
                                                Profit before
                                                                                                      532      523
       31     33       62 US$m                        tax                          Rm        903
                                      SOUTHERN AFRICA (SA) OPERATIONS
                                              PGM operations 2

630,912 895,459 894,165 oz                   4E PGM production2,5                  kg 27,812       27,852   19,624
                        US$/4Eo
  2,002   2,396   3,686 z                   Average basket price              R/4Eoz 53,629        38,954   33,375
    544   1,223   2,154 US$m                   Adjusted EBITDA3                   Rm 31,338        20,025    9,049
     42      60      66 %                  Adjusted EBITDA margin3                 %     66            60       42


                          US$/4Eo
    1,126   1,053   1,163 z                All-in sustaining cost4            R/4Eoz 16,921        17,123   18,771
                                                Gold operations

403,621 578,939 518,848 oz                       Gold produced                      kg 16,138    18,007   12,554

    1,613   1,850   1,792 US$/oz             Average gold price                  R/kg 838,088 967,229 864,679
      100     372     162 US$m                 Adjusted EBITDA3                    Rm   2,351   6,087   1,684
       16      36      18 %                Adjusted EBITDA margin3                  %      18      36      16

    1,493   1,347   1,691 US$/oz          All-in sustaining cost4                R/kg 791,171 704,355 800,048
                                                    GROUP
      563   1,218   1,707 US$m                 Basic earnings                       Rm 24,836    19,927    9,385
      562   1,209   1,707 US$m               Headline earnings                      Rm 24,833    19,785    9,361
      990   2,010   2,787 US$m                Adjusted EBITDA3                      Rm 40,549    32,871   16,514
                                     Average exchange rate using daily
    16.67   16.26   14.55 R/US$                 closing rate
1 The US PGM operations' underground production is converted to metric tonnes and kilograms, and performance is
  translated to SA rand (rand). In addition to the US PGM operations' underground production, the operation treats
  recycling material which is excluded from the 2E PGM production, average basket price and All-in sustaining cost
  statistics shown. PGM recycling represents palladium, platinum, and rhodium ounces fed to the furnace
2 Platinum Group Metals (PGM) production in the SA operations is principally platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold,

  referred to as 4E (3PGM+Au), in the US underground operations is principally platinum and palladium, referred to
  as 2E (2PGM) and US PGM recycling is principally platinum, palladium and rhodium, referred to as 3E (3PGM)
3 The Group reports adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) based on the

  formula included in the facility agreements for compliance with the debt covenant formula. Adjusted EBITDA may
  not be comparable to similarly titled measures of other companies. Adjusted EBITDA is not a measure of
  performance under IFRS and should be considered in addition to and not as a substitute for other measures of
  financial performance and liquidity. For a reconciliation of profit/loss before royalties and tax to adjusted
  EBITDA, see note 10.2 of the condensed consolidated interim financial statements. Adjusted EBITDA margin is
  calculated by dividing adjusted EBITDA by revenue
4
  See "salient features and cost benchmarks - six months" in the H1 2021 results book for the definition of All-in
  sustaining cost
5
  The SA PGM production excludes the production associated with the purchase of concentrate (PoC) from third
  parties.

The Group delivered another record financial performance for the six months ended 30 June
2021 (H1 2021). Significantly higher production year-on-year from the SA PGM and gold
operations reflects a sustained recovery in production from the COVID-19 disruptions
experienced in 2020, with production from the US PGM operations flat year-on-year. The improved
operational performance together with considerably higher commodity prices, resulted in Group
profit for H1 2021 increasing by 160% to R25,319 million (US$1,740 million) compared with
R9,731 million (US$584 million) for H1 2020. This surpassed the previous Group record of
R20,891 million (US$1,277 million) reported for H2 2020, by 21% or R4,428 million (US$463
million).

Normalised earnings of R24,411 million (US$1,678 million) were 176% higher than for H1 2020.
In line with the dividend policy, an interim dividend of approximately R8,544 million (US$565
million) (292 cents per share/US77.2 cents per ADR), equivalent to an annualised dividend
yield of 10%, was approved by the Board. Due to the solid production outlook and robust strong
commodity price, this interim dividend is equivalent to 35% of normalised earnings and is at
the upper end of the range specified in the Group dividend policy.

Disciplined implementation of our capital allocation framework supported continued delivery
on our strategic imperatives during H1 2021. These included:

• Significant investment in high-return brownfields projects to sustain our SA PGM and gold
  operations (approved in February 2021). Following the completion of initial planning during
  Q2 2021, development of these projects began during July 2021.
• Gross debt (excluding non-recourse debt) was reduced by 44% from R28,144 million (US$1,622
  million) at the end of H1 2020, to R15,901 million (US$1,114 million) at the end of H1
  2021. The early redemption of the 2022 corporate bond on 2 August 2021, has further reduced
  borrowings by US$354 million (R5,049 million), improving balance sheet flexibility and
  reducing financing costs.
• In addition, the share buyback programme announced in June 2021 represents tangible value
  uplift for shareholders, consistent with our stated intentions to return surplus capital
  to shareholders. The approximately R9,600 million ($700 million) share buyback program for
  5% of shares in issue, should, once completed, further enhance shareholder returns through
  higher dividend pay-outs to remaining shareholders, as well as improving Net Asset Value
  per share. Together with the interim dividend declared, this could result in an annualised
  total return to shareholders of 15% for 2021.

We continually strive to engineer out risk in the operating environment by establishing and
constantly refining appropriate procedures and protocols. The resumption of operations
following the COVID-19 disruptions in Q2 2020, coincided with a concerning regression in
safety across the Group, which continued during H1 2021. This has prompted an intensified
focus on safety and wellbeing in order to re-energise the system and reemphasise critical
safety protocols, through a Group wide safe production intervention, the "Rules of Life"
campaign.

Pleasingly, we have seen a safety turnaround since July 2021, with a substantially reduced
rate of safety incidents at all our operations, and the Group has been fatal free from the
end of H1 2021. We are experiencing more entire workdays without any recordable/reportable
safety incidents, or "injury free days", which is also extending to more consecutive days
without incident. Given the nature of our operations and number of employees, this is welcome
progress and signals a positive outlook. Attention is being placed on making the improvement
sustainable by instilling the revised practices and behaviours as the newly established way
of conducting operations.

The Group operational performance for H1 2021 was significantly better than for the comparable
period in 2020, reflecting the resumption of more normalised operations at the SA PGM and SA
Gold operations following the COVID-19 disruptions experienced during 2020. At the US PGM
operations, the positive operating momentum from Q1 2021 was arrested by safety stoppages and
associated restrictions in June 2021, which resulted in production being unchanged year-on-
year. The impact of the disruptions was ameliorated by consistent production from the US
recycling operation, which ensured significant earnings benefit from higher 3E PGM basket
prices.

The SA PGM operations delivered another consistently strong operating performance with 4E PGM
production (including third party concentrate processed) increasing by 41% to 928,992 4Eoz
year-on-year. Mined underground 4E PGM production increased by 43% year-on-year, to 817,369
4Eoz, with 4E PGM production from surface 34% higher at 76,796 4Eoz and third-party concentrate
treated at the Marikana smelting and refining operations increasing by 29% to 34,827 4Eoz.
Costs were well controlled with AISC (including third party processing costs) declining by
4% to R18,447/4Eoz (US$1,268/4Eoz) and AISC (excluding third party processing costs) 10% lower
to R16,921/4Eoz (US$1,163/4Eoz) compared with H1 2020. Record adjusted EBITDA from the SA PGM
operations for H1 2021of R31,338 million (US$2,154 million) was 246% higher than for H1 2020.

Mined 2E PGM production from the US PGM operations of 298,301 2Eoz (H1 2020: 297,740 2Eoz)
was unchanged year-on-year due to the extended safety related work stoppages and associated
operational restrictions during June 2021, which reduced production by approximately 20,000
2Eoz. Pleasingly however, production forecasts from SWE (Blitz Project) are currently
exceeding plan and increasing output is expected to partially offset the negative production
impact at SWW during H2 2021. AISC for the US PGM operations increased by 12% to US$973/2Eoz
due to lower production and higher royalties and taxes. 3E PGM recycling was consistent, with
402,872 3Eoz fed, marginally higher than for H1 2020. Adjusted EBITDA for the US PGM operations
of US$487 million (R7,091 million) was 36% higher year-on-year, with adjusted EBITDA from
mined 2E PGM production 32% higher to US$437 million (R6,358 million) and adjusted EBITDA
from the recycling business of US$50 million (R733 million), 85% higher than for H1 2020.
This was primarily due to the higher PGM basket prices, with interest on recycle supplier
advances adding a further US$15 million, providing a significant offset against the impact
of the operational shortfall.

Production from the SA gold operations increased by 29% to 16,138 kg (518,848 oz), despite
the loss of approximately 357 kg (11,478 oz) of production at the Kloof and Beatrix operations
due to seismicity and safety stoppages. AISC of R791,171/kg (US$1,691/oz) declined by 1%, due
to the carry-over of sustaining and ORD capital combined with the production shortfall.
Adjusted EBITDA from the SA gold operations for H1 2021 of R2,351 million (US$162 million)
was 40% higher than for H1 2020.

STRATEGIC EXECUTION
The global shift towards more socially and environmentally aware behaviours and policies
continues to gain momentum, with emphasis on climate change. Future investment in and renewable
energy and other green industrial activity, is likely to support the prices of commodities
required for the green energy economy, and those produced in an environmentally friendly
manner over an extended period. This includes a pivot away from hydrocarbon products as a
primary input or fuel source including a notable acceleration in the expected adoption of
electric vehicles into the automobile mix.


While not yet having material impact on internal combustion engine vehicle sales, the growth
in demand for battery metals to meet requirements for electric vehicle production is already
starting to have substantial implications for battery metal supply and is expected to
accelerate. Moreover, recent experience with the global electronic chip shortage, combined
with concerns related to China's trade policies that may leverage off China's dominance in
battery metal supply, is resulting in automotive manufacturers striving to establish regional
supply chains and strategic offtake agreements through which they can secure reliable supply
for key commodities. The resultant increased demand for battery metals to support a prolonged
expansion of the global battery electric vehicle (BEV) fleet over the next two to three
decades, is going to require commensurate increase in the supply of battery metals. Primary
expansion of the scale needed to meet BEV growth projected by some market commentators will
be challenging. Initial steps to position the corporation in mobility battery metals were
made during the period, with the acquisition of an initial stake in the Keliber lithium
project in Finland concluded during H1 2021and the proposed acquisition of the Sandouville
Nickel Refinery in France likely to be concluded in Q1 2022 once conditions precedent have
been met.
As an alternative source of supply, recycling is therefore likely to become a more significant
contributor to battery metal supply as batteries and vehicles start reaching the end of their
useful lives in increasing numbers towards the end of the decade and a circular economy is
established. Recognising the increasing likelihood (if not the quantum) of this shift towards
increased electrification of the global automobile sector, some years ago, in 2019 we acquired
SFA (Oxford) to carry out detailed research and analysis into the evolution of future mobility,
including batteries and BEV.
Becoming a meaningful participant in the green energy metals space is encapsulated by our
strategic objective of "Building an operating portfolio of green energy metals and related
technologies" through implementation of our fourth sigmoid value curve. This fourth sigmoid
curve to establish a significant exposure to future green metals predominantly for the energy
sector, in the corporation's strategic growth strategy, is complementary to our existing
leading PGM mining and recycling operations, our latent uranium potential and newly acquired
battery metals presence.
Growing our green metals portfolio starts with: advancing our battery metals strategy;
realising value from our uranium assets; leveraging our existing recycling and tailings re-
treatment businesses and understanding the value opportunities available from participating
in the nascent green hydrogen economy through our existing leading PGM business. This
complements our existing presence in gold and builds on the initial steps taken in the battery
metals space.

KEY FINANCIAL RESULTS
          US dollar                                                                SA rand
      Six months ended                                                        Six months ended

                            KEY STATISTICS
                  Jun                                                  Jun                Jun
Jun 2020 Dec 2020 2021                GROUP                            2021      Dec 2020 2020
3,301    4,439    6,182                   Revenue                      89,953    72,374   55,019
                                      (millions)
 21      44       58                  Basic earnings per               843       716
                                         share (cents)                                    351
 21      44       58                 Headline earnings per             843       711
                                         share (cents)                                    350


DIVIDEND DECLARATION
The Sibanye-Stillwater board of directors has declared and approved a cash dividend of 292 SA
cents per ordinary share (19.3036 US cents* per share or US 77.2145 cents* per ADR) or
approximately R8,544 million (US$565 million*) in respect of the six months ended 30 June
2021 ("Interim dividend"). The Board applied the solvency and liquidity test and reasonably
concluded that the company will satisfy that test immediately after completing the proposed
distribution.
Sibanye-Stillwater's dividend policy is to return between 25% to 35% of normalised earnings
to shareholders and after due consideration of future requirements the dividend may be
increased beyond these levels.
Normalised earnings is defined as earnings attributable to the owners of Sibanye-Stillwater
excluding gains and losses on financial instruments and foreign exchange differences,
impairments, gain/loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment, occupational healthcare
expense, restructuring costs, transactions costs, share-based payment on BEE transaction,
gain on acquisition, net other business development costs, share of results of equity-accounted
investees, all after tax and the impact of non-controlling interest, and changes in estimated
deferred tax rate.
The interim dividend declared of 292 SA cents equates to 35% of normalised earnings for the
period ended June 2021.
The interim dividend will be subject to the Dividends Withholding Tax. In accordance with
paragraphs 11.17 of the JSE Listings Requirements the following additional information is
disclosed:
• The dividend has been declared out of income reserves

• The local Dividends Withholding Tax rate is 20% (twenty per centum)

• The gross local dividend amount is 292.00000 SA cents per ordinary share for shareholders
 exempt from the Dividends Tax

• The net local dividend amount is 233.60000 SA cents (80% of 292 SA cents) per ordinary share
 for shareholders liable to pay the Dividends Withholding Tax

• Sibanye-Stillwater currently has 2,908,175,107 ordinary shares in issue

• Sibanye-Stillwater's income tax reference number is 9723 182 169



Shareholders are advised of the following dates in respect of the final dividend:

Interim dividend:                                   292 SA cents per share

Declaration date:                                   Thursday, 26 August 2021

Last date to trade cum dividend:                    Tuesday, 14 September 2021

Shares commence trading ex-dividend:                Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Record date:                                        Friday, 17 September 2021

Payment of dividend:                                Monday, 20 September 2021



Please note that share certificates may not be dematerialised or rematerialised between
Wednesday, 15 September 2021 and Friday, 17 September 2021 both dates inclusive.


To holders of American Depositary Receipts (ADRs):

• Each ADR represents 4 ordinary shares

• ADRs trade ex-dividend on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE): Thursday, 16 September 2021

• Record date: Friday, 17 September 2021

• Approximate date of currency conversion: Monday, 20 September 2021

• Approximate payment date of dividend: Friday, 1 October 2021



Assuming an exchange rate of R15.1267/US$1*, the dividend payable on an ADR is equivalent to
77.2100 United States cents for Shareholders liable to pay dividend withholding tax. However,
the actual rate of payment will depend on the exchange rate on the date for currency conversion.
* Based on an exchange rate of R15.1267/US$ at 23 August 2021 from IRESS.

This short-form announcement is the responsibility of the board of directors of the Company
(Board).
The information disclosed is only a summary and does not contain full or complete details.
Any investment decisions by investors and/or shareholders should be based on a consideration
of the full announcement as a whole and shareholders are encouraged to review the full
announcement (results booklet), which is available for viewing on the Company's website at
https://www.sibanyestillwater.com/news-investors/reports/quarterly/2021/ and via the JSE
link. The full results announcement is available for inspection at the Company's registered
office and the office of our sponsors during normal business hours and is available at no
charge. Alternatively, copies of the full announcement may be requested from the Company's
Investor relations department (ir@sibanyestillwater.com).
The financial results as contained in the condensed consolidated interim financial statements
for the six months ended 30 June 2021, from which this short-form announcement has been
correctly extracted, have been reviewed by EY Inc. for the six months ended 30 June 2021 and
30 June 2020, who expressed an unmodified review conclusion thereon. A copy of the auditor's
report can be obtained from the Company's registered office, by emailing the Company Secretary
(lerato.matlosa@sibanyestillwater.com).
The JSE link is as follows:
https://senspdf.jse.co.za/documents/2021/jse/isse/sswe/HY21Result.pdf

Contact:

Email: ir@sibanyestillwater.com

James Wellsted

Head of Investor Relations

+27(0)83 453 4014

Website: www.sibanyestillwater.com


Sponsor: J.P. Morgan Equities South Africa Proprietary Limited


FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS

The information in this document may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of
the "safe harbour" provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
of 1995. These forward-looking statements, including, among others, those relating to Sibanye
Stillwater Limited's ("Sibanye-Stillwater" or the "Group") financial positions, business
strategies, plans and objectives of management for future operations, are necessarily
estimates reflecting the best judgment of the senior management and directors of Sibanye-
Stillwater and involve a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to
differ materially from those suggested by the forward-looking statements. As a consequence,
these forward-looking statements should be considered in light of various important factors,
including those set forth in this report.

All statements other than statements of historical facts included in this report may be
forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements also often use words such as "will",
"forecast", "potential", "estimate", "expect", "plan", "anticipate" and words of similar
meaning. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because
they relate to future events and circumstances and should be considered in light of various
important factors, including those set forth in this disclaimer. Readers are cautioned not to
place undue reliance on such statements.

The important factors that could cause Sibanye-Stillwater's actual results, performance or
achievements to differ materially from estimates or projections contained in the forward-
looking statements include, without limitation, Sibanye-Stillwater's future financial
position, plans, strategies, objectives, capital expenditures, projected costs and anticipated
cost savings, financing plans, debt position and ability to reduce debt leverage; economic,
business, political and social conditions in South Africa, Zimbabwe, the United States and
elsewhere; plans and objectives of management for future operations; Sibanye-Stillwater's
ability to obtain the benefits of any streaming arrangements or pipeline financing; the
ability of Sibanye-Stillwater to comply with loan and other covenants and restrictions and
difficulties in obtaining additional financing or refinancing; Sibanye-Stillwater's ability
to service its bond instruments; changes in assumptions underlying Sibanye-Stillwater's
estimation of its current mineral reserves; any failure of a tailings storage facility; the
ability to achieve anticipated efficiencies and other cost savings in connection with, and
the ability to successfully integrate, past, ongoing and future acquisitions, as well as at
existing operations; the ability of Sibanye-Stillwater to complete any ongoing or future
acquisitions; the success of Sibanye-Stillwater's business strategy and exploration and
development activities; the ability of Sibanye-Stillwater to comply with requirements that it
operate in ways that provide progressive benefits to affected communities; changes in the
market price of gold and PGMs; the occurrence of hazards associated with underground and
surface mining; any further downgrade of South Africa's credit rating; a challenge regarding
the title to any of Sibanye-Stillwater's properties by claimants to land under restitution
and other legislation; Sibanye-Stillwater's ability to implement its strategy and any changes
thereto; the occurrence of labour disruptions and industrial actions; the availability, terms
and deployment of capital or credit; changes in the imposition of regulatory costs and relevant
government regulations, particularly environmental, tax, health and safety regulations and
new legislation affecting water, mining, mineral rights and business ownership, including any
interpretation thereof which may be subject to dispute; the outcome and consequence of any
potential or pending litigation or regulatory proceedings or environmental, health or safety
issues; the concentration of all final refining activity and a large portion of Sibanye-
Stillwater's PGM sales from mine production in the United States with one entity; the
identification of a material weakness in disclosure and internal controls over financial
reporting; the effect of US tax reform legislation on Sibanye-Stillwater and its subsidiaries;
the effect of South African Exchange Control Regulations on Sibanye-Stillwater's financial
flexibility; operating in new geographies and regulatory environments where Sibanye-Stillwater
has no previous experience; power disruptions, constraints and cost increases; supply chain
shortages and increases in the price of production inputs; the regional concentration of
Sibanye-Stillwater's operations; fluctuations in exchange rates, currency devaluations,
inflation and other macro-economic monetary policies; the occurrence of temporary stoppages
of mines for safety incidents and unplanned maintenance; Sibanye-Stillwater's ability to hire
and retain senior management or sufficient technically skilled employees, as well as its
ability to achieve sufficient representation of historically disadvantaged South Africans in
its management positions; failure of Sibanye-Stillwater's information technology and
communications systems; the adequacy of Sibanye-Stillwater's insurance coverage; social
unrest, sickness or natural or man-made disaster at informal settlements in the vicinity of
some of Sibanye-Stillwater's South African-based operations; and the impact of HIV,
tuberculosis and the spread of other contagious diseases, such as the coronavirus disease
(COVID-19). Further details of potential risks and uncertainties affecting Sibanye-Stillwater
are described in Sibanye-Stillwater's filings with the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and the
United States Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Integrated Annual Report 2020
and the Annual Report on Form 20-F for the fiscal year ended 31 December 2020.

These forward-looking statements speak only as of the date of the content. Sibanye-Stillwater
expressly disclaims any obligation or undertaking to update or revise any forward-looking
statement (except to the extent legally required). These forward-looking statements have not
been reviewed or reported on by the Group's external auditors.

Date: 26-08-2021 01:00:00
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