Integrated energy and chemicals company Sasol released its interim results on Monday, reporting a 32% jump in headline earnings per share (HEPS), largely driven by a rebound in oil prices and a weaker rand-dollar exchange rate. The group has also raised its interim dividend by 18% and said its flagship Lake Charles chemicals project in Louisiana is 94% complete. Sasol joint-CEO Bongani Nqwababa joined Business Day TV to talk about the half-year results.

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