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Sasol has decided to hold on to its half-year dividend. The chemicals and energy group reported a 21% slump in headline earnings per share (HEPS), after the benefits of surging energy prices and a recovery in demand were offset by operational issues.

Business Day TV spoke to CEO Fleetwood Grobler for more detail.

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