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Sasol assists universities to help bridge critical future science and technology skills issues


Sasol injected an annual amount of R25 million into academia to ensure the development of world-class science and engineering graduates, to help retain and attract talented academics to teach at our universities, and to grow the engineering profession. The investment is part of a R250 million ...


SGS Acquires the Soil, Leaf, Fertilizer and Water Testing Business of Central Analytical Laboratories


SGS announced the acquisition of the soil, leaf, fertilizer and water testing activities of CAL based in Cape Town, South Africa. Previously part of the Astral Foods Group, the business is a leader in the precision agriculture sector in South Africa. This acquisition strengthens SGS capacity and ...


Sasol Limited's response to finding by European Commission's fine of EUR 318 million


Statement issued by Sasol Limited in response to an announcement by the European Commission regarding a finding of anti-competitive behaviour by Sasol Wax GmbH and other members of the European paraffin wax industry. As anticipated in several previous announcements made by Sasol Limited, the ...


Sasol cracks Dow Jones sustainability world index list


Sasol has been listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI). This index comprises the leading 10% of the largest 2,500 global companies in terms of corporate sustainability and provides a platform to encourage corporate progress towards sustainability and long-term business ...


Sasol to double production of hard waxes in South Africa


Sasol has approved R558 million for its Sasol Wax operation to complete basic engineering for a project to double its production of hard wax in two phases and for ordering long-lead items for the first phase of this expansion. Sasol Wax has production facilities in South Africa, North America, ...


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South African producer of nitric acid contributes to climate protection with Heraeus innovation

Conventional platinum gauze catalyst was further optimized


Since early this year, the firm SASOL Nitro in South Africa has been using a newly developed multistage catalyst from the precious metals and technology group Heraeus for the selective destruction of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas, in two of its nitric acid production plants. With this catalyst ...


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