Chemicals and energy group Sasol expects its half-year profits to decline by 28%-42%, reflecting the drop in oil and chemical prices and compounded by SA’s electricity and logistics crises.

In a trading update on Friday, Sasol said headline earnings per share (Heps) are likely to drop to R17.90-R22.22 in the six months to end-December from the R30.90 in the same period a year earlier...

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