We aim to provide a balanced, accurate and accessible assessment of our strategy, performance and prospects in relation to those financial, economic, social, environmental and governance issues and risks that have a material impact on the long-term success of the business and that are important to key stakeholders.
Each year, Sasol follows a structured process to identify, understand and prioritise our most material sustainability issues.
The Group Executive Committee (GEC) and the Risk and SHE Committee review the outcomes of this process, with integrated oversight provided by the the Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations Committee.
We regularly review our material issues in the context of the rapidly changing business and societal context, the repositioned Sasol Group, as well as stakeholder feedback and emerging trends. We seek to collaborate to address challenges within our industry. We also seek to ensure that our reporting continues to reflect our response to the critical issues raised by our stakeholders.Download