Sasol has sound corporate governance structures and processes. It reviews and adapts these structures and processes regularly to accommodate internal
corporate developments and to reflect national and international best practice.
The company is committed to achieving high standards of business integrity and ethics across all its activities.
The board of directors considers corporate governance to be a priority that requires more attention than merely establishing the steps to be taken to
demonstrate compliance with legal, regulatory or listing requirements.
All executive directors are members of the company's risk and safety, health and environment committee. Executive management at Sasol takes sound governance as one of its top priorities.
The risk and safety, health and environment committee was established by the board mainly to review and assess the integrity of the company's risk management
processes, including those covering safety, health and environmental matters.
- For individual profiles of our executive and non-executive board members, please visit our people page.
Upholding best practice
Sasol maintains a primary listing of its ordinary shares on the JSE Limited (JSE) and a listing of American Depository Shares on the New York Stock Exchange
(NYSE). It is subject to the ongoing disclosure, corporate governance and other requirements imposed by legislation, the JSE, US Securities and Exchange Commission and the NYSE.
The company has compared its corporate governance practices to those required to be applied by domestic US companies listed on the NYSE.
Sasol endorses the principles of the South African Code of Corporate Practice and Conduct as recommended in the third King Report.