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 worldâ€™s biggest coal-to-gasoline producer, says full-year profit climbed 25% after production at its synfuels division increased.
An analyst says the surprising resignation by Sasol's chief financial officer is "very unusual" and has unsettled some in the market.
Sasol plastics are cheap in Brazil, but pricey in South Africa - and governments are not happy.
It's not only dynamite that comes in small packages: gas-engine power plants do too.
Sasol undertakes to promote water conservation and improve treatment technologies and the reuse of waste water in South Africa.
South Africa is a good place for more investment in the gas market, says the National Energy Regulator of South Africa.
Sasol's intimate involvement in the Free State town's history means the company is a ghostly presence in the contemporary conflagration.
South Africa lacks the demand and infrastructure for the huge Mthombo plant at Coega, experts say. Lynley Donnelly reports.
The Competition Commission has taken energy company Sasol to task for excessive polymer prices, which industry claims is costing jobs.
With MTN refusing to pull out of Iran, Sasol has stopped buying Iranian crude oil in a move to exit the Islamic republic.
Any infrastructure plans that are based on oil dependency should be scrapped and replaced with sustainable alternatives.
The ANC policy document (sims) has proposed a 50% tax on super-profits and stands to enable the state to intervene in price setting.
Carbon tax which will reward and punish businesses accordingly will be introduced next year.
The state and ANC are rigorously debating proposals that could force a radical shake-up of the country's $2.5-trillion non-energy mineral wealth.
South Africa's economy could win if the unfair benefits accruing to producers of synthetic fuels ended.
News that Sasol has decided to postpone its shale gas exploration in the Karoo has been welcomed by the Treasure Karoo Action Group.