Sasol Limited is an integrated energy and chemical company based in Sandton, South Africa. The company was formed in 1950 in Sasolburg, South Africa and built on processes that were first developed by German chemists and engineers in the early 1900s (see coal liquefaction). — Wikipedia
Ahead of a shareholder vote, Sasol cut its chairman and director fees.
Job cuts are likely to be due to ‘Sasol 2.0’ organisational shake-up
Sasol vice-president for climate change Shamini Harrington talks to Business Day TV
Shareholder update alludes to big changes, and that Sasol believes drastic changes are necessary can be seen in its view of the oil price
Petrochemicals giant Sasol has reported an R91.3 billion annual loss for the year ended June on plummeting oil prices.
Indebted and belching greenhouse gases, Sasol needs to change. Version 2.0 appears a step in the right direction
Directors will get nothing if 75% of shareholders vote against directors’ pay.
Sasol CEO Fleetwood Grobler talks to Business Day TV about the company’s latest results
Petrochemicals giant Sasol yesterday rallied 16.34percent to R117.50 a share on the oil price rally.
For the third year in a row, Sasol has refused to table climate change-related resolutions.
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Sasol exports to report a loss of up $8.38 a share in 2020, after booking hefty impairment charges against a number of its assets.