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Sasol changes board members

4:54 AM, 30th May 2012
Sasol changes board members

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA: Sasol announced organisational changes to its Group Executive Committee, effective from 1 July 2012. Nolitha Fakude, Executive Director of Sasol, will assume responsibility for Group Strategy and Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Group Human Resources, Sasol Shared Services, Group Stakeholder Relations, Corporate Affairs and Transformation.

Andre de Ruyter, Senior Group Executive, Global Chemicals and North American Operations, will assume responsibility for the soon to be established North American Operations, in addition to his current responsibility for Sasol Wax, Sasol Olefins & Surfactants, Sasol Polymers, Sasol Nitro and Sasol Infrachem. Andre will also be responsible for the Group’s planning and optimisation, operations excellence and the marketing and sales centre of support activities.

Bernard Klingenberg and Riaan Rademan will retain their existing portfolios, but will report directly to the Chief Executive Officer. Bernard Klingenberg is the Group Executive, Southern Africa Energy, responsible for Sasol Synfuels, Sasol Oil, Natref and Sasol Gas. Riaan Rademan is the Group Executive, Mining and Business Enablement, responsible for Sasol mining, supply chain, safety, health and environment, information management and functional excellence.

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