Sasol received a $490m (R8bn) profit boost in 2019 thanks to SA’s fuel subsidies and its exemption from an SA carbon tax, the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) says.

The institute says in a report that though Sasol’s proprietary coal-to-fuel technology is a big source of greenhouse gases from its Secunda plant it still benefits from government policy on emissions and fuel price regulation...

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