Sasol was founded in 1950 to make oil from coal for the South African market. Today Sasol uses coal, oil and gas reserves to manufacture and sell liquid fuels, fuel components and chemicals throughout the world. It has a market cap of R354.2 billion, a price to earnings ratio of of 10.3 and a dividend yield of 3%. Guest David Lerche Avior from Research and our resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decides whether Sasol is hot or not.



Source: CNBC Africa