Sasol will link executive pay to its climate-change targets as the chemicals and synfuels giant — and SA’s second largest polluter — looks to clean up its act and likely shake up its business model. 

At a briefing on its recently released climate-change report on Tuesday, Sasol laid out its plans to reduce emissions from its operations by “at least” 10% by 2030 as it faces increasing pressure from activists and investors alike...

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