SA’s major polluters are going ahead with plans to offset their emissions, lowering pollution in one place to save money and continue polluting.
For too long, industries have been able to operate unchecked, a situation that costs people's lives.
Secure the future of your children by hitting back at the energy companies holding governments to ransom, writes David le Page.
The energy firm's largest investment in the United States is likely to be in jeopardy if the current conditions prevail.
Environmental NGOs write an open letter to the Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.
The chemical firm's appeal against a Competition Tribunal decision could be the catalyst for government to wield the big stick over pricing.
Botswana plans to follow in the footsteps of Sasol in introducing coal-to-liquid fuel technology while the chemical giant turns its focus to gas.
The chemicals giant expects synfuel production for the year to fall in the upper end of the target range as it progresses a number of investments.
Respiratory illnesses are taking their toll on South Durban residents, but petrochemical firms deny culpability and won't cough up for health costs.
A landmark ruling makes it easier for local plastic goods firms to compete with foreign companies.
The Competition Tribunal has imposed a R534-million penalty on a Sasol subsidiary for over-charging local customers for plastic products.
The SA firm is dismantling a US community to make way for its $21-billion shale gas plant.
Large consumers say Nersa’s new price structure exacerbates Sasol’s monopoly.
Sasol will issue a record interim dividend following a first-half profit rise of 26%.
Higher oil and chemical prices, favourable currency swings and the weaker rand will increase earnings, says Sasol.
'Monopolistic conduct' stopped others from competing globally, tribunal hears.
A record-breaking multibillion-dollar investment will see the company cash in on the gas boom.
Sasol, the world’s biggest coal-to-gasoline producer, says full-year profit climbed 25% after production at its synfuels division increased.
Sasol plastics are cheap in Brazil, but pricey in South Africa - and governments are not happy.