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Sasol seeks life-saving plan

The company plans to raise as much as $2-billion from its investors as it grapples with plunging oil prices and high debt levels

South Africa has huge ‘green fuels’ potential. But it needs to act now

South Africa needs to seriously start thinking about shifting its energy focus. This is for two reasons. The first is that the country’s important...

Entrepreneurial excellence among SA learners celebrated at 6th National Youth Awards

The Smartbucks programme has found a formula that delivers financial literacy in a way that appeals to the youth

Glug, glug, glug – Sasol will sink us

The company cannot exist in the future. But this is a country where difficult decisions are rarely taken — especially when it comes to climate crisis

Sasol executive pay to be linked to emissions?

The petrochemical giant has issued a report on its climate plans, but do they go far enough?

Sasol share price spikes as bosses ousted

The company’s share price rose more than 12% in morning trading on Monday when its joint chief executives resigned

Jobseekers suffocate in the shade of Sasol’s smokestacks

Metsimaholo municipality residents have accused the chemicals and energy company of not employing locals and of pumping toxic pollutants into the air

Midrand’s ‘airpocalypse’ a reality with toxic air

The air people breathe in Midrand is often 50 times more toxic than is considered safe

NGOs sue government, Ramaphosa over Mpumalanga’s ‘deadly air’

Government is being sued by environmental activist groups who say it is infringing on residents’ right to clean air

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Foodies cook up feeding schemes

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Small towns not ready for level 3

Officials in Beaufort West, which is on a route that links the Cape with the rest of the country, are worried relaxed lockdown regulations mean residents are now at risk of contracting Covid-19

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What Africa can learn from Cuba in combating the Covid-19 pandemic

Africa should abandon the neoliberal path to be able to deal with Covid-19 and other health system challenges likely to emerge in future

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