Washington, DC  20549
Form 6-K
Report of Foreign Private Issuer
Pursuant to Rule 13a-16 or 15d-16 of
the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
For the month of:  October, 2012
Commission File Number: 1-31615

(Name of Registrant)
1 Sturdee Avenue
Rosebank 2196
South Africa
(Address of Principal Executive Offices)
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      On October 24th, 2012, the South African Competition
Commission announced that it had referred a case involving
information sharing in the pricing of diesel in the commercial
sector in South Africa to the South African Competition
Tribunal for adjudication (the "Competition Commission Statement").
The Competition Commission Statement states that the case
names Sasol, among several other oil companies, as a respondent.
The case alleges that (i) the oil companies agreed to use the
Wholesale List Selling Price published by the Department of
Energy as the basis for pricing diesel to commercial
customers, alternatively that there was a concerted practice
amongst the oil companies to do so; and (ii) the sharing of
disaggregated and later aggregated volume information by the
oil companies (by product, magisterial district and customer
segment), through the South African Petroleum Industry Association,
resulted in the oil companies fixing prices, and allocating
regions and customers.  In particular, the Competition
Commission alleges that the sharing of volume information
had the result that the oil companies did not discount as
aggressively as they should have, and did not enter particular
regions or pursue customers of one another.  The Competition
Commission is seeking damages of up to 10% of Sasol's consolidated
revenue in and exports from South Africa for the last fiscal year,
which is the maximum fine that may be levied under South African
competition laws. 	On October 24, 2012, Sasol issued the
following response to the Competition Commission statement:
Sasol has noted today's media statement from the Competition
Commission regarding the referral of its liquid fuels industry
investigation to the Competition Tribunal. Sasol began engaging
and cooperating with the Competition Commission in 2008, as part
of the company's competition law compliance review, which
proactively analysed business activities across the Sasol group.
Sasol's engagement with the Competition Commission preceded the
authority's initiation of its investigation into the liquid fuels
industry. Sasol concluded its internal competition law compliance
review in 2010 and at the close of the review, no evidence was
found to support the allegations we note in the Commission's
media statement.  Sasol's opinion, at the time, was informed
by the rigorous internal competition law compliance
review process, as well as legal opinion and expert economic
analysis.Sasol is currently awaiting a copy of the referral
to study it in detail.

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report
to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto
duly authorized.
Date: 	October 30, 2012
                                        SASOL LIMITED
By:	  /s/ V D Kahla
Name:	Vuyo Dominic Kahla
Title:	Company Secretary