All eyes will be on Sasol’s major shareholders, the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), Allan Gray and the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) on how they will vote on the group’s climate report, after two key shareholders indicated they would vote against it.

SA’s biggest asset manager Ninety One and Old Mutual Investment Group (OMIG) will be voting against the company’s climate report when it is tabled at its AGM on Friday, putting pressure on other shareholders to closely look at the report and whether it is in keeping with SA’s energy transition objectives...

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