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I am a South African citizen and Black as defined by the dti Codes.

YES
NO

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I am a current Sasol Inzalo participant? 

YES
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I am a SOLBE1 shareholder?
I am a Sasol Inzalo Public shareholder?
I am a Sasol Inzalo Groups shareholder?
I am a Sasol employee and will be actively employed by Sasol on 18 May 2018?

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I participated in Sasol Inzalo's cash offer. I own SOLBE1 shares, currently listed on the empowerment segment of the JSE, for which I paid full price (R366) in 2008.

YES
NO

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

You will:

  • not be able to participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any benefits from Sasol Khanyisa.
Or you may fall into a different category of Sasol Inzalo shareholders. Please go back.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

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I will elect not to redesignate my SOLBE1 shares and will stay on the empowerment segment of the JSE (Invitation 1)  

YES
NO

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THESE ARE YOUR BENEFITS

You have:

  • Elected to remain within the empowerment segment of the JSE; and
  • will receive one bonus SOLBE1 share for every four SOLBE1 shares owned.

I will choose to participate in Sasol Khanyisa (Invitation 2)?

YES
NO

You will:

  • have elected on an “opt out” basis to participate in Sasol Khanyisa;
  • receive, at no cost, one Sasol Khanyisa Public share for every one SOLBE1 share held, funded by Sasol; and
  • in addition, receive a further SOLBE1 share, at no cost, for every 10 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares owned.

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

You have elected on an ‘opt-out’ basis not to participate in Sasol Khanyisa, therefore you will:

  • not be able to participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any benefits from Sasol Khanyisa.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

Your SOLBE1 shares will automatically become Sasol ordinary shares (SOL) and you will:

  • receive SOL shares equal to the number of the SOLBE1 shares owned;
  • not participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any additional shares.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

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I participated in Sasol Inzalo's funded offer. I paid 5% (R18.30) or 10% (R36.60) of the initial share purchase price in 2008.

YES
NO

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I will not reject the offer to participate in Sasol Khanyisa (Invitation 2)?

YES
NO

You will:

  • have elected, on an “opt out” basis, to participate in Sasol Khanyisa;
  • receive, at no cost, one Sasol Khanyisa Public share for every one Sasol Inzalo Public share held, funded by Sasol; and
  • receive a further SOLBE1 share, at no cost, for every 10 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares owned.

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

You will:

  • not be able to participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any benefits from Sasol Khanyisa.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

You will:

  • not be able to participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any benefits from Sasol Khanyisa.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

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I participated in Sasol Inzalo's funded offer. Through the Group I paid 5% (R18.30) or 10% (R36.60) of the initial share purchase price in 2008.

YES
NO

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My Group will not reject the offer to participate in Sasol Khanyisa (Invitation 2)?

YES
NO

Your Group will:

  • have elected, on an “opt out” basis, to participate in Sasol Khanyisa;
  • receive, at no cost, one Sasol Khanyisa Public share for every one Sasol Inzalo Groups share held, funded by Sasol; and
  • receive a further SOLBE1 share, at no cost, for every 10 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares owned.

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

Through your Group you will:

  • not be able to participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any benefits from Sasol Khanyisa.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

Through your Group you will:

  • not be able to participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any benefits from Sasol Khanyisa.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Use this tool to better understand the new Sasol Khanyisa structure, your eligibility and benefits as Sasol Khanyisa participant.
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I am a current Sasol Inzalo Participant?

YES
NO

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I am a Sasol employee and will be actively employed by Sasol on 18 May 2018?

YES
NO

You will receive Sasol South Africa (SSA) “rights to shares” held in a Sasol Khanyisa ESOP trust, worth approximately R500 000, funded by Sasol:

  • The majority of SSA declared dividends, over the empowerment period, will be used to settle the funding; and
  • At the end of the empowerment period (earlier of 10 years (2028) or full debt repayment), the “rights to shares” will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares, subject to taxation, to be kept as an investment or traded as preferred.

You will receive, at no cost, vested rights in SOLBE1 shares (or SOL shares if elected) to the value of
R100 000 (employee share award):

  • With full ownership transfer in 2021 when the rights mature, subject to taxation; and
  • declared dividends will be paid during this period.

AND

You will receive Sasol South Africa (SSA) “rights to shares” held in a Sasol Khanyisa ESOP trust, worth approximately R500 000, funded by Sasol:

  • The majority of SSA declared dividends, over the empowerment period, will be used to settle the funding; and
  • At the end of the empowerment period (earlier of 10 years (2028) or full debt repayment), the “rights to shares” will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares, subject to taxation, to be kept as an investment or traded as preferred.

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

You will:

  • not be able to participate in Sasol Khanyisa; and
  • not receive any benefits from Sasol Khanyisa.

For more information:
Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com or SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com
Or contact your HR business partner.

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I am a current Sasol Inzalo participant? 

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I will be actively employed by Sasol on 18 May 2018?

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I am a Sasol employee and will be actively employed by Sasol on 18 May 2018?

YES
NO

WILL I BENEFIT FROM SASOL KHANYISA?

You will:

Use this tool to better understand this new structure, your eligibility and how it will affect your existing Inzalo Public share options.

You will receive, at no cost, vested rights in SOL shares to the value of
R100 000 (employee share award):

  • With full ownership transfer in 2021 when it matures, if still in the employ of Sasol Group, subject to taxation.
  • Declared dividends will be paid during this period.
  • 1 June 2018 - Receive an once-off equity award worth R100 000
  • 1 June 2021 - Ownership transfers less normal taxation

What can you expect from Sasol Khanyisa as a non-black Sasol employee?

Isabella is a non-black South African Sasol employee, and she is currently a Sasol Inzalo ESOP or MSOP participant. In 2008, Isabella received free rights to 850 Sasol Inzalo shares. The value of these rights was directly linked to the Sasol share price and, unfortunately, no net value has been created. Sasol Inzalo will unwind in 2018 and no payouts are anticipated for Isabella at this point.

Sasol has introduced Sasol Khanyisa as a new B-BBEE ownership structure. Isabella will participate in the once-off R100 000 equity award which is subject to a three-year vesting period. On 1 June 2018, Isabella will therefore receive R100 000 worth of Sasol ordinary shares (also known as SOL shares).
The 30-day volume weighted average share price (VWAP) of SOL shares on 31 May 2018 will be used to calculate the number of shares that will be awarded to Isabella.

For example:
If the 30-day VWAP price on 31 May 2018 is R400, then Isabella will receive 250 SOL shares (R100 000 / 400 = 250). Dividends declared will be paid to Isabella from inception. After three years, if Isabella is still employed by Sasol, full ownership of these shares will be transferred to her, subject to normal taxation.

Benefit:
On 1 June 2018, Isabella will receive R100 000 worth of Sasol shares. In addition, Isabella will receive the full dividends declared, less applicable taxes, on her illustrative 250 shares. In 2021, once ownership has been transferred, Isabella can decide to keep the SOL shares as an investment to receive dividends, or sell the shares as she prefers, subject to taxation.

For more information:
Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com or SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com
Or contact your HR business partner.

What can you expect from Sasol Khanyisa as an existing Sasol BEE Ordinary (SOLBE1) shareholder?

In 2008, Thandi bought 100 SOLBE1 shares at R366 per share. Since then, she received dividends. Sasol Inzalo will unwind in mid-2018 when Thandi’s 100 SOLBE1 shares will automatically re-designate to Sasol ordinary shares (also known as “SOL” shares).

Sasol has introduced Sasol Khanyisa, a new B-BBEE ownership structure and wishes to encourage Thandi to participate in the new transaction. Thandi will be invited to participate in Sasol Khanyisa.

In February 2018, Thandi will be invited to elect for her SOLBE1 shares not to automatically become Sasol ordinary shares. If she chooses to keep her SOLBE1 shares on the JSE’s Empowerment Segment, she will receive 25 bonus SOLBE1 shares, i.e. 1 bonus share for every 4 shares she owns.

In April 2018, should Thandi elect, on an “opt out” basis, to participate in Sasol Khanyisa, she will at inception, receive 100 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares, funded entirely by Sasol and most of the dividend stream will be used to repay the funding cost. In addition, Thandi will receive 10 SOLBE1 shares at no cost to her, i.e. 1 share for every 10 Sasol Khanyisa shares she owns. These SOLBE1 shares are immediately tradeable once issued on 1 June 2018.

At a SOLBE1 share price of R330 per share, Thandi will receive value of R11 550 on day one, i.e. 35 SOLBE1 shares x R330. The long-term benefit for Thandi is that after the empowerment period (earlier of 10-years (2028) or full debt repayment), her Sasol Khanyisa shares will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares.

Immediate benefit:
On 1 June 2018, Thandi will have 35 additional SOLBE1 shares worth R11 550 (assuming a share price of R330 per share) that she can keep as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell as she prefers. Thandi will also have her original 100 SOLBE1 shares.

Long-term benefit:
Thandi’s 100 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares will be held until the earlier of 10 years (2028) or full debt repayment, at which point they will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares. Thandi can then decide to keep the SOLBE1 shares as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell the shares as she prefers.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

What can you expect from Sasol Khanyisa as an existing Sasol Inzalo Public shareholder?

Lucas bought 100 Sasol Inzalo Public shares at R18.30 per share in 2008. Although Lucas only paid R18.30 per share, the value of his share at the time was R366 per share. Third-party funders lent money to Sasol Inzalo Public to cover the difference between the value of Lucas’ share (R366) and the amount he paid for the share (R18.30).

The Sasol share price performance was impacted by lower crude oil prices and other macro-economic dynamics and, unfortunately, no net value has been created. Sasol Inzalo will unwind in mid-2018.

Sasol has introduced Sasol Khanyisa as a new B-BBEE ownership structure and wishes to encourage Lucas to participate in the new transaction. Lucas will receive an invitation to participate in Sasol Khanyisa at no cost to him.

In April 2018, should Lucas elect, on an “opt out” basis, to participate in Sasol Khanyisa, he will receive 100 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares, funded entirely by Sasol and most of the dividend stream will be used to repay the funding cost. In addition, Lucas will receive 10 SOLBE1 shares (Sasol shares trading on the Empowerment Segment of the JSE) at no cost to him i.e. 1 share for every 10 Sasol Khanyisa shares he owns. These SOLBE1 shares are immediately tradeable once issued on 1 June 2018.

At a SOLBE1 share price of R330 per share, this means Lucas will receive value of R3 300 on day one. The long-term benefit for Lucas is that after the empowerment period (earlier of 10-years (2028) or full debt repayment), his Sasol Khanyisa shares will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares.

Immediate benefit: On 1 June 2018, if Lucas elects to participate in Sasol Khanyisa, he will have 10 SOLBE1 shares worth R3 300 (assuming a share price of R330 per share) that he can keep as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell as he prefers.

Long-term benefit: Lucas’ 100 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares will be held until the earlier of 10 years (2028) or full debt repayment, at which point they will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares. Lucas can then decide to keep the SOLBE1 shares as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell the shares as he prefers.

AT THE END OF THE EMPOWERMENT PERIOD SASOL KHANYISA PUBLIC SHARES WILL BECOME SOLBE1 SHARES TO BE KEPT OR TRADED AS LUCAS PREFERS

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

What can you expect from Sasol Khanyisa as a Sasol Inzalo Groups’ shareholder?

Various members of the South African black public participated through 54 different Sasol Inzalo Groups. These groups included customers, suppliers, franchisees and broad-based groups.

By way of an example, Lefa is a women’s group and became part of Sasol Inzalo Groups in 2008 when they bought 100 Sasol Inzalo Groups shares at R18.30 per share. Although Lefa only paid R18.30 per share, the value of the share at the time was R366 per share. Third-party funders lent money to Sasol Inzalo Groups to cover the difference between the value of Lefa’s share (R366) and the amount paid for the share (R18.30).

The Sasol share price performance was impacted by lower crude oil prices and other macro-economic dynamics and, unfortunately, no net value has been created. Sasol Inzalo will unwind in mid-2018. Sasol has introduced Sasol Khanyisa as a new B-BBEE ownership structure and wishes to encourage group shareholders like Lefa to participate in the new transaction. Lefa will receive an invitation to participate in Sasol Khanyisa at no cost.

In April 2018, should Lefa elect, on an “opt out” basis, to participate in Sasol Khanyisa, they will receive 100 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares, funded entirely by Sasol and most of the dividend stream will be used to repay the funding cost. In addition, Lefa will receive 10 SOLBE1 shares (Sasol shares trading on the Empowerment Segment of the JSE) at no cost i.e. 1 share for every 10 Sasol Khanyisa shares they own. These SOLBE1 shares are immediately tradeable once issued on 1 June 2018. At a SOLBE1 share price of R330 per share, this means Lefa will receive value of R3 300 on day one. The long-term benefit for Lefa is that after the empowerment period (earlier of 10-years (2028) or full debt repayment), their Sasol Khanyisa shares will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares.

Immediate benefit: On 1 June 2018, if Lefa elects to participate in Sasol Khanyisa, they will have 10 SOLBE1 shares worth R3 300 (assuming R330 per share) that they can keep as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell as they prefer.

Long-term benefit: Lefa’s 100 Sasol Khanyisa Public shares will be held until the earlier of 10 years (2028) or full debt repayment, at which point they will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares. Lefa can then decide to keep the SOLBE1 shares as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell the shares as they prefer.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

What can you expect from Sasol Khanyisa as a Black employee, who are a current Sasol Inzalo participant?

Lerato is a “Black Person” as defined in the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (as amended) and any regulations or Codes of Good Practice promulgated thereunder. In 2008, Lerato received free rights to 850 Sasol Inzalo shares. The value of these rights was directly linked to the Sasol share price and, unfortunately, no net value has been created. Sasol Inzalo will unwind in 2018 and no payouts are anticipated for Lerato at this point.

Sasol has introduced Sasol Khanyisa as a new B-BBEE ownership structure. Lerato will be offered to participate in Sasol Khanyisa. If Lerato does not reject the Sasol Khanyisa participation offer and if she is actively employed by Sasol on 18 May 2018 and is a participant in the Sasol Inzalo ESOP or MSOP, she will qualify for a once-off R100 000 equity award subject to a three-year vesting period. On 1 June 2018, Lerato will therefore receive R100 000 worth of Sasol shares trading on the Empowerment Segment of the JSE (also known as SOLBE1 shares), unless she elects to receive Sasol ordinary shares (also known as SOL shares).

The 30-day volume weighted average share price (VWAP) of SOL or SOLBE1 shares on 31 May 2018 will be used to calculate the number of shares that will be awarded to Lerato. For example: if the 30-day VWAP on 31 May 2018 is R400, then she will receive 250 shares (R100 000 / 400 = 250). Dividends declared will be paid to Lerato from inception. After three years full ownership of these shares will be transferred to her, subject to normal taxation. In addition, Lerato will receive, at no cost, rights to Sasol South Africa (SSA) shares (subject to the terms and conditions of the Sasol Khanyisa ESOP Trust Deed). Rights to SSA shares are entirely funded by Sasol and most of the dividend stream will be used to repay the funding cost. These rights to shares will vest the earlier of 10-years (2028) or full debt repayment, after which it will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares, tradeable once ownership is transferred. Lerato can then decide to keep the SOLBE1 shares as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell the shares as she prefers. The final value of these rights will only be determined at the end of the empowerment period.

Short-term benefit: On 1 June 2018, Lerato will receive R100 000 worth of Sasol shares. In addition, Lerato will receive the full dividends declared, less applicable taxes, on her illustrative 250 shares. In 2021, ownership of these shares will transfer to Lerato, subject to taxation.

Long-term benefit: Lerato will receive, at no cost, rights to Sasol South Africa shares (subject to the terms and conditions of the Sasol Khanyisa ESOP Trust Deed), entirely funded by Sasol. These rights to shares will vest after a 10-year period, subject to taxation, and will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares in 2028. The final value of these rights will only be determined at the end of the 10-year period. Lerato can then decide to keep the SOLBE1 shares as an investment to receive future dividends, or sell the shares as she prefers. The final value of these rights will only be determined at the end of the empowerment period.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com , SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com or SasolInzalo@Computershare.co.za

Web: Visit the Sasol Khanyisa page on Sasol.com or access www.SasolInzalo.com

Phone: Computershare at 0800 000 222

What can you expect from Sasol Khanyisa as a Black employee, who are not a current Sasol Inzalo participant?

Lerato is a “Black Person” as defined in the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (as amended) and any regulations or Codes of Good Practice promulgated thereunder.

Sasol has introduced Sasol Khanyisa as a new B-BBEE ownership structure. Lerato will be offered to participate in Sasol Khanyisa.

If Lerato does not reject the Sasol Khanyisa participation offer and if she is actively employed by Sasol on 18 May 2018, she will receive, at no cost, rights to Sasol South Africa (SSA) shares (subject to the terms and conditions of the Sasol Khanyisa ESOP Trust Deed). Rights to SSA shares are entirely funded by Sasol and most of the dividend stream will be used to repay the funding cost. These rights to shares will vest the earlier of 10-years (2028) or full debt repayment, after which it will be exchanged for SOLBE1 shares, tradeable once ownership is transferred. Lerato can then decide to keep the SOLBE1 shares as an investment to receive dividends, or sell the shares as she prefers. The final value of these rights will only be determined at the end of the empowerment period.

For more information:

Email: SasolInzalo@sasol.com or SasolKhanyisa@sasol.com

Or contact your HR business partner.

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