Engaging with our stakeholders

We actively engage with our stakeholders to ensure the achievement of our strategy and strive towards a multi-stakeholder approach towards solving difficult challenges.

During the year our annual Sasol engagement plan was informed by Sasol’s and stakeholders’ priority issues. We responded both to progressing our strategic issues, addressing stakeholder concerns, as well as building more trust-based relationships with stakeholders. We expanded our engagement to include communities, environmental non-governmental organisations (NGOs), Parliamentary Portfolio Committees, senior government officials, the media and Sasol employees. In addition, our Joint CEOs actively increased their visibility globally with stakeholders, including staff. Most notably, in South Africa our Joint CEOs participated in the CEO Initiative aimed at shaping the economic trajectory of the country for the better. In addition, Sasol remains committed to Mozambique and participated in the “Advancing Mozambique” campaign as a key investor.


We focused on maintaining good working relationships with governmental authorities keeping them informed of our activities, on-going projects and key concerns.

We continued our on-going engagements

Then South African former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas with Joint CEOs at the inauguration of the C3 Expansion Project.
Secunda, South Africa.

South Africa’s Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa accompanied by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi at the inauguration of eMbalenhle Extension 14 Clinic. Sasol, in collaboration with the National Department of Health, upgraded the healthcare facility.
Secunda, South Africa.

Member of the South African Portfolio Committee on Environment Solomon Mabilo at an oversight visit by the committee.
Secunda, South Africa.

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi visited the Sasol-sponsored Nhamacunda Housing Village.
Inhambane, Mozambique.


Our Joint CEOs set out to connect with employees to drive our values-driven, high-performance culture.

During the year more than 10 engagement sessions were held, reaching over 80% of staff globally

Joint CEOs engaging staff at plant.
Secunda, South Africa.

Joint CEOs walkabout.
Sasol Place, Sandton, South Africa.

Joint CEOs visit to operations site.
Brunsbüttel, Germany.


Maintaining our socio-political licence to operate is core to how we work with our host communities. Our commitment to these communities includes social investment initiatives, partnership with local authorities to improve service delivery as well as “Sasol For Good” volunteers’ efforts to community projects.

Investing in Nancefield Primary School.
Kliptown, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Mobile clinic.
Sasolburg, South Africa.

Community-based tree planting project.
Louisiana, United States.

Engaging with communities on environmental issues.
Zamdela, Sasolburg, South Africa.

“Sasol For Good” volunteers assisted in building a home for veterans, in support of the Habitat for Humanity initiative, which aims to provide local families with safe, decent and affordable housing.
Louisiana, United States.

Sasol Techno X is Sasol’s flagship career and education event that aims to encourage high school learners to choose Science, Technology and Mathematics at school. To date, the event has attracted more than 360 000 visitors.
Secunda, South Africa.

Bokamosa Car Wash is a business supported by Sasol as part of our small business enablement initiative. It employs seven people and, on average, washes more than 40 cars per day.
Sasol Place, Sandton, Johannesburg.

Media roundtables:

There is a strong interest in Sasol across a number of issues. The media roundtables gave deeper insight into our business.

During the year six sessions were held

Joint CEOs with South African and American media.
Lake Charles Chemicals Project, United States.

Reporting legend

Integrated Report
Annual Financial Statements
Sustainability Reporting
Form 20-F