A long-running dispute between Sasol and about 50 families in the US living adjacent to its Lake Charles chemicals complex has erupted anew, with claims that the South African company gave white homeowners who were relocated a better deal than their black counterparts.

The dispute between Sasol and Mossville resident has been raging since about 2012 when the petrochemical giant announced plans to expand its Lake Charles facility on the doorstep of the black community, established in the late 1790s by freed slaves.   ..

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