The government's Central Energy Fund (CEF) and Sasol have denied they are in talks over the acquisition of the synthetic fuel producers' petrol stations, despite a parliamentary committee meeting report stating as much.

Business Day reported on Monday that CEF chair Monde Mnyande told the mineral resources & energy parliamentary portfolio committee earlier this month that it was “discussing very strongly with Sasol” what assets it could acquire...

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