Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security

Shareholders are advised that at the annual general meeting of the Company convened on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 (in terms of the notice of annual general meeting posted to shareholders on Friday, July 29, 2022) all of the resolutions tabled thereat were passed by the requisite majority of MiX Telematics shareholders.

Details of the results of voting at the annual general meeting are as follows:

total number of MiX Telematics shares in issue as at the date of the annual general meeting: 605 902 682;

total number of MiX Telematics shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting, excluding treasury shares: 552 085 932; and

total number of MiX Telematics shares that were present/represented at the annual general meeting: 528 930 222

being 87.30% of the total number of MiX Telematics shares in issue and 95.81% of MiX Telematics shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting.

Ordinary resolution number 1a: Re-election of Richard Bruyns as a director of the Company

Shares voted*

528 841 989, being 87.28%

For

441 619 603, being 83.51%

Against

87 222 386, being 16.49%

Abstentions^

88 233, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 1b: Re-election of Ian Jacobs as a director of the Company

Shares voted*

528 688 589, being 87.26%

For

400 681 476, being 75.79%

Against

128 007 113, being 24.21%

Abstentions^

241 633, being 0.04%

Ordinary resolution number 2.1: Appointment confirmation of Charmel Flemming as an independent non-executive director

Shares voted*

528 675 339, being 87.25%

For

527 712 723, being 99.82%

Against

962 616, being 0.18%

Abstentions^

254 883, being 0.04%

Ordinary resolution number 2.2: Appointment confirmation of Paul Dell as an independent non-executive director

Shares voted*

528 724 364, being 87.26%

For

525 789 873, being 99.44%

Against

2 934 491, being 0.56%

Abstentions^

205 858, being 0.03%

Ordinary resolution number 3: Ratification of the appointment of Deloitte & Touche as external auditor/independent registered public accounting firm for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023.

Shares voted*

528 723 189, being 87.26%

For

528 257 173, being 99.91%

Against

466 016, being 0.09%

Abstentions^

207 033, being 0.03%

Special resolution number 1: Authorization of the repurchase of securities

Shares voted*

528 602 539, being 87.24%

For

527 930 473, being 99.87%

Against

672 066, being 0.13%

Abstentions^

327 683, being 0.05%

Special resolution number 2: Authorization of financial assistance to related and interrelated companies

Shares voted*

528 495 714, being 87.22%

For

527 657 373, being 99.84%

Against

838 341, being 0.16%

Abstentions^

434 508, being 0.07%

Special resolution number 3: Approval of the fees payable to non-executive directors

Shares voted*

528 698 714, being 87.26%

For

527 552 098, being 99.78%

Against

1 146 616, being 0.22%

Abstentions^

231 508, being 0.04%

Ordinary resolution number 4: Non-binding advisory vote on endorsement of the Remuneration Policy

Shares voted*

524 240 039, being 86.52

For

395 523 826, being 75.45%

Against

128 716 213, being 24.55%

Abstentions^

4 690 183, being 0.77%

Ordinary resolution number 5: Non-binding advisory vote on endorsement of the Remuneration Implementation Report

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Shares voted*

523 430 714, being 86.39%

For

394 668 176, being 75.40%

Against

128 762 538, being 24.60%

Abstentions^

5 499 508, being 0.91%

Ordinary resolution number 6: Non-binding advisory vote to approve the compensation paid to the Company’s named executive officers

Shares voted*

523 960 039, being 86.48%

For

395 142 851, being 75.41%

Against

128 817 188, being 24.59%

Abstentions^

4 970 183, being 0.82%

Ordinary resolution number 7: Group and Company IFRS Annual Financial Statements presentation and Adoption

Shares voted*

527 569 314, being 87.07%

For

526 905 823, being 99.87%

Against

663 491, being 0.13%

Abstentions^

1 360 908, being 0.22%

Ordinary resolution number 8: Authorization of the placement of authorized but unissued shares under the control of directors

Shares voted*

528 518 539, being 87.23%

For

391 548 577, being 74.08%

Against

136 969 962, being 25.92%

Abstentions^

411 683, being 0.07%

Ordinary resolution number 12 a: Appointment of Charmel Flemming as chairperson and member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*

528 585 839, being 87.24%

For

527 748 448, being 99.84%

Against

837 391, being 0.16%

Abstentions^

344 383, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 12b: Re-appointment of Fikile Futwa as member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*

528 569 839, being 87.24%

For

527 783 223, being 99.85%

Against

786 616 , being 0.15

Abstentions^

360 383, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 12c: Re-appointment of Richard Bruyns as member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*

528 569 839, being 87.24%

For

442 331 753, being 83.68%

Against

86 238 086, being 16.32%

Abstentions^

360 383, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 13: Authorization to issue shares for cash

Shares voted*

528 567 689, being 87.24%

For

525 775 723, being 99.47%

Against

2 791 966, being 0.53%

Abstentions^

362 533, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 14: Authorization of the signature of documentation

Shares voted*

528 472 514, being 87.22%

For

527 700 573, being 99.85%

Against

771 941, being 0.15%

Abstentions^

457 708, being 0.08%

Ordinary resolution number 15: Authorization of the amendments to the Long-Term Incentive Plan

Shares voted*

522 740 914, being 86.27%

For

521 366 323, being 99.74%

Against

1 374 591, being 0.26%

Abstentions^

6 189 308, being 1.02%

* shares voted (excluding abstentions) in relation to total shares in issue

^ in relation to total shares in issue (excluding treasury shares)

Item 7.01. Regulation FD Disclosure.

The submission to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange by the Company announcing results of the annual general meeting is furnished as Exhibit 99.1 to this Current Report on Form 8-K.

The information contained in this Item 7.01, including the information contained in the presentation furnished as Exhibit 99.1 hereto, is being “furnished” and shall not be deemed to be “filed” for purposes of Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”), or otherwise subject to the liabilities of that section, nor shall such information be deemed to be incorporated by reference in any filing under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or the Exchange Act, except as shall be expressly set forth by specific reference in such filing

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Item 9.01. Financial Statements and Exhibits.

(d) Exhibits.

Exhibit

No.

Description of Exhibit

99.1 Submissio

n to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange -

R

esults of Annual General Meeting

of the Company convened on Wednesday, September

7

, 202

2

and

all the resolutions tabled thereat passed by the requisite majority of MiX

Telematics shareholders

.

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SIGNATURE

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

MIX TELEMATICS LIMITED

By:

/s/ Paul Dell

Name: Paul Dell

Title: Chief Financial Officer

Date: September 8, 2022

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Exhibit 99.1

MiX TELEMATICS LIMITED

(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)    

(Registration number 1995/013858/06)

JSE share code: MIX ISIN: ZAE000125316

NYSE share code: MIXT

LEI Code: 529900S6HHR7CK7BU646

(“

MiX Telematics

” or “

the Company

”)

RESULTS OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Shareholders are advised that at the annual general meeting of the Company convened on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 (in terms of the notice of annual general meeting posted to shareholders on Friday, July 29, 2022) all of the resolutions tabled thereat were passed by the requisite majority of MiX Telematics shareholders.

Details of the results of voting at the annual general meeting are as follows:

total number of MiX Telematics shares in issue as at the date of the annual general meeting: 605 902 682;

total number of MiX Telematics shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting, excluding treasury shares: 552 085 932; and

total number of MiX Telematics shares that were present/represented at the annual general meeting: 528 930 222

being 87.30% of the total number of MiX Telematics shares in issue and 95.81% of MiX Telematics shares that could have been voted at the annual general meeting.

Ordinary resolution number 1a: Re-election of Richard Bruyns as a director of the Company

Shares voted*

528 841 989, being 87.28%

For

441 619 603, being 83.51%

Against

87 222 386, being 16.49%

Abstentions^

88 233, being 0.01%

Ordinary resolution number 1b: Re-election of Ian Jacobs as a director of the Company

Shares voted*

528 688 589, being 87.26%

For

400 681 476, being 75.79%

Against

128 007 113, being 24.21%

Abstentions^

241 633, being 0.04%

Ordinary resolution number 2.1: Appointment confirmation of Charmel Flemming as an independent non-executive director

Shares voted*

528 675 339, being 87.25%

For

527 712 723, being 99.82%

Against

962 616, being 0.18%

Abstentions^

254 883, being 0.04%

Ordinary resolution number 2.2: Appointment confirmation of Paul Dell as an independent non-executive director

Shares voted*

528 724 364, being 87.26%

For

525 789 873, being 99.44%

Against

2 934 491, being 0.56%

Abstentions^

205 858, being 0.03%

Ordinary resolution number 3: Ratification of the appointment of Deloitte & Touche as external auditor/independent registered public accounting firm for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023.

Shares voted*

528 723 189, being 87.26%

For

528 257 173, being 99.91%

Against

466 016, being 0.09%

Abstentions^

207 033, being 0.03%

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Special resolution number 1: Authorization of the repurchase of securities

Shares voted*

528 602 539, being 87.24%

For

527 930 473, being 99.87%

Against

672 066, being 0.13%

Abstentions^

327 683, being 0.05%

Special resolution number 2: Authorization of financial assistance to related and interrelated companies

Shares voted*

528 495 714, being 87.22%

For

527 657 373, being 99.84%

Against

838 341, being 0.16%

Abstentions^

434 508, being 0.07%

Special resolution number 3: Approval of the fees payable to non-executive directors

Shares voted*

528 698 714, being 87.26%

For

527 552 098, being 99.78%

Against

1 146 616, being 0.22%

Abstentions^

231 508, being 0.04%

Ordinary resolution number 4: Non-binding advisory vote on endorsement of the Remuneration Policy

Shares voted*

524 240 039, being 86.52

For

395 523 826, being 75.45%

Against

128 716 213, being 24.55%

Abstentions^

4 690 183, being 0.77%

Ordinary resolution number 5: Non-binding advisory vote on endorsement of the Remuneration Implementation Report

Shares voted*

523 430 714, being 86.39%

For

394 668 176, being 75.40%

Against

128 762 538, being 24.60%

Abstentions^

5 499 508, being 0.91%

Ordinary resolution number 6: Non-binding advisory vote to approve the compensation paid to the Company’s named executive officers

Shares voted*

523 960 039, being 86.48%

For

395 142 851, being 75.41%

Against

128 817 188, being 24.59%

Abstentions^

4 970 183, being 0.82%

Ordinary resolution number 7: Group and Company IFRS Annual Financial Statements presentation and Adoption

Shares voted*

527 569 314, being 87.07%

For

526 905 823, being 99.87%

Against

663 491, being 0.13%

Abstentions^

1 360 908, being 0.22%

Ordinary resolution number 8: Authorization of the placement of authorized but unissued shares under the control of directors

Shares voted*

528 518 539, being 87.23%

For

391 548 577, being 74.08%

Against

136 969 962, being 25.92%

Abstentions^

411 683, being 0.07%

Ordinary resolution number 12 a: Appointment of Charmel Flemming as chairperson and member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*

528 585 839, being 87.24%

For

527 748 448, being 99.84%

Against

837 391, being 0.16%

Abstentions^

344 383, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 12b: Re-appointment of Fikile Futwa as member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*

528 569 839, being 87.24%

For

527 783 223, being 99.85%

Against

786 616 , being 0.15

Abstentions^

360 383, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 12c: Re-appointment of Richard Bruyns as member of the Audit and Risk Committee

Shares voted*

528 569 839, being 87.24%

For

442 331 753, being 83.68%

Against

86 238 086, being 16.32%

Abstentions^

360 383, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 13: Authorization to issue shares for cash

Shares voted*

528 567 689, being 87.24%

For

525 775 723, being 99.47%

Against

2 791 966, being 0.53%

Abstentions^

362 533, being 0.06%

Ordinary resolution number 14: Authorization of the signature of documentation

Shares voted*

528 472 514, being 87.22%

For

527 700 573, being 99.85%

Against

771 941, being 0.15%

Abstentions^

457 708, being 0.08%

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Ordinary resolution number 15: Authorization of the amendments to the Long-Term Incentive Plan

Shares voted*

522 740 914, being 86.27%

For

521 366 323, being 99.74%

Against

1 374 591, being 0.26%

Abstentions^

6 189 308, being 1.02%

* shares voted (excluding abstentions) in relation to total shares in issue

^ in relation to total shares in issue (excluding treasury shares)

September 8, 2022

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