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Is sustainable mining not a contradiction in itself?

The word “decarbonisation” has been hanging like a Damocles sword but the mining industry is coveting “best-in-class” performance>

Worley appointed by Group Technology as engineering contractor partner

The five-year agreement will see Worley providing engineering, procurement and construction services for Sasol’s capital projects portfolio.

Zest WEG builds, equips custom e-house for Sasol

Zest WEG is leveraging its range of capabilities and manufacturing facilities to supply a complete low-voltage substation for Sasol.
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Sasol’s role in gender transformation

Caroline Shirindza, general manager at Sasol’s Bosjesspruit Colliery is one of the very few female general managers in South Africa’s mining industry.
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South African corporates team up to distribute sanitisers

“As we tackle the current unprecedented health emergency, it is crucial that we protect the most vulnerable in our country.”

Sasol liquidity in excess of US$1 billion for next 12 months

Sasol currently has available liquidity of approximately US$2.5 billion with no significant debt maturities before May 2021.
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FS contract for Sasol Mining’s Alexander project awarded

GIBB Mining has been awarded the tender to complete a feasibility study for Sasol Mining’s Alexander project, which seeks production by 2025.
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Oriental Rubber: Innovative conveyor belt solutions

When Sadanand Makar started Oriental Rubber Industries in 1949, he did so in order to supply rubber products to the Indian Army.
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Mantashe calls for investment in clean-coal technology

Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has urged South African ccoal miners to continue investing in clean-coal technology.

Sasol gets served

On Thursday 25 October, thousands of members of the Solidarity Movement will serve court papers on petrochemicals company Sasol at its head office in Sandton, Johannesburg.