There can be no doubt that 2020 has been a year of unprecedented disruption and upheaval. Around the world the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted myriad issues and weaknesses in our societies, economies and political spheres. Though these challenges can seem daunting, as we begin lifting our gaze from dealing with the fallout we have an opportunity to be bold in renewing ourselves as a business and the relationship we have with society.

Sasol has faced enormous challenges in 2020, and we responded by taking decisive measures to stabilise the business in an environment of extreme volatility and uncertainty as oil markets collapsed and Covid-19 negatively affected demand for our products. Some of these measures are significant and will transform our business to ensure its long-term sustainability as we transition to a lower carbon economy. We have articulated a new reset strategy to create a future Sasol that reaffirms our commitment to the country of our origin and celebrates ou...

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