Sasol is feeling the heat as pressure mounts for it to better disclose and deal with the climate-change risks facing its business and the world at large.

The chemicals and synthetic fuels producer has a particularly pressing problem at its Secunda operations where it converts coal to fuel and is thought to be the largest single-point source of greenhouse gas emissions on the planet.

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