|Bid||31.13 x 900|
|Ask||40.00 x 800|
|Day's range||37.43 - 38.03|
|52-week range||26.92 - 39.73|
|PE ratio (TTM)||35.78|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.97 (2.55%)|
|1y target est||44.00|
White employees of Sasol say the South African energy company is discriminating against them by offering a share scheme exclusively to black staff. Serena Chaudhry reports.
South Africa’s Solidarity labor union plans to escalate a strike at energy and chemicals company Sasol Ltd. from Sept. 6 over the exclusion of white staff from an employee-shareholding plan, deputy General-Secretary Deon Reyneke said. Members of the union began protests including a so-called go-slow at the company on Monday, Reyneke said in a phone interview. The full strike later this week will take place at Sasol’s Secunda plant, with workers planning to present a memorandum at its Sasolburg facility, according of the union.
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Sasol Ltd. built its business making fuel from coal, shielding apartheid-era South Africa from sanctions. The $11 billion Lake Charles project will catapult Sasol’s chemicals revenue to more than 70 percent of the company’s total once fully up and running, and the share is likely to get even bigger over time, co-Chief Executive Officers Bongani Nqwababa and Steve Cornell said in an interview this week at Bloomberg’s Johannesburg offices. While the group is still looking to expand the number of gas stations it operates in its home market and boost natural gas output in Mozambique, the best international growth opportunities are in specialty chemicals, which are used in products from cosmetics to hardware, Cornell said.
Sasol Ltd. said it will steer clear of big new investments as the world’s largest maker of fuel from coal reviews existing assets and focuses on completing its $11.13 billion U.S. chemicals plant.
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Sasol Ltd., the world’s largest maker of fuel from coal, abandoned a plan to sell about 13 billion rand ($950 million) of shares in order to repay debt owed by investors who participated in a transaction ...