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Form 6-K

OR 15d-16 UNDER

Report on Form 6-K for December 03, 2012

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Sasol Limited
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Enclosures: Sasol Chief Financial Officer Update

Sasol Limited
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number 1979/003231/06)
Sasol Ordinary Share codes:	JSE : SOL		NYSE : SSL
Sasol Ordinary ISIN codes: 	ZAE000006896  	US8038663006
Sasol BEE Ordinary Share code:   	JSE : SOLBE1
Sasol BEE Ordinary ISIN code:     	ZAE000151817

3 December 2012

Highlights for the period

*	Sasol Synfuels delivers a strong operational performance.

*	ORYX GTL continues to achieve new production records.

*	US$1 billion bond successfully issued.

*	US ethane cracker and GTL projects advanced to FEED phase.

Dear stakeholder

In the first three months of the 2013 financial year*, we have
delivered strong financial results, despite the ongoing global
economic uncertainty and labour turmoil in South Africa. The group
benefited from improvements in the operational performance of its
foundation businesses, as well as a weaker rand/dollar exchange
rate. Sasol Synfuels delivered an exceptional operational
performance, despite a planned phased maintenance outage in
September 2012. The average Brent crude oil price for the three
months softened and chemical prices remained depressed, negatively
impacting our chemicals businesses, where demand continues to
remain soft.  Our Canadian shale gas assets have continued to ramp
up production, and our ORYX GTL and Arya Sasol Polymer Company
ventures continue to exceed performance expectations.

Delivering sustainable value for our shareholders underpins all
our actions. Accordingly, taking into account the financial and
human resource requirements as well as the strategic implications,
we have reviewed and prioritised the projects in our project
pipeline. Based on our review, we have staggered our growth
opportunities to sharpen our focus on successful project execution
and delivery. Furthermore, we continue to focus on those factors
within our control including cost containment, operational
efficiencies and margin improvement.

We were very pleased to announce our successful US$1 billion bond
issuance. The bond, with a tenure of 10 years and a fixed coupon
rate of 4,5%, was oversubscribed by 3,47 times. The coupon is the
lowest ever achieved by a South African non-state owned
enterprise. This reflects the confidence that investors have in
our company and in our ability to deliver value. The proceeds from
this offering will be used for general corporate purposes,
including the funding of our capital investments.

We remain confident that, based on the production guidance and our
macroeconomic assumptions, we will deliver solid operational
performance and earnings for the 2013 financial year compared to
the reported attributable earnings of R23,6 billion in the 2012
financial year, excluding the impact resulting from the Arya Sasol
Polymer Company potential impairment. This impairment will not
have an impact on headline earnings per share. The increased
uncertainty within the Iranian environment coupled with the
devaluation of the Iranian currency, may further negatively impact
our earnings.

Best regards

Christine Ramon
3 December 2012

*This update is based on information for the three months ended
30 September 2012, however, where practical, information to
31 October 2012 has been included to indicate business performance.

1.	Weakening macroeconomics

?	%
Macroeconomic indicators

Average rand/US$
Brent crude oil (US$/b)
Henry Hub gas price
Product prices

SA fuel price (US$/b)
Ethylene (US$/ton)
1 519
1 468
1 571
Propylene (US$/ton)
1 358
1 317
1 571
Polymers basket (US$/ton)
1 205
1 195
1 349
Solvents basket (US$/ton)
1 168
1 144
1 467
Prices reflect international commodities or baskets of
commodities and are not necessarily Sasol specific.
Sources: RSA Department of Energy, ICIS-LOR, Reuters, Platts,
International Energy Agency

Global economic conditions remained challenging in the first
quarter of our 2013 financial year, with the Euro-zone remaining
in the grip of recession and the growth in China's gross
domestic product easing further. On a more positive note,
economic activity in the United States (US) improved and early
second quarter economic indicators suggest a stabilisation in
the housing market and improved consumer confidence. In South
Africa, economic growth remained subdued and below potential. Of
particular concern is the labour unrest in the country,
particularly in the mining sector, which was significantly
impacted. Our own mining operations were not affected by any
strike action during the period, owing to healthy labour
relations and our ongoing corporate social investment in our
surrounding communities. As a result of these challenges, South
Africa recently received a downgrade in its credit rating from
Standard & Poor's as well as Moody's Investor services.
Overall, the global economy continues to weather the economic
crisis. However, the outlook remains subject to a number of
downside risks, which include the ongoing European debt crisis,
the potential US "fiscal cliff", as well as the possibility of a
faster-than-expected slowdown in China's economic growth. Given
these uncertainties, it is expected that currency and oil price
volatility will persist for some time to come.
In the first quarter of the 2013 financial year, the average
rand Brent crude oil price rose by 2,7% on a quarter-by-quarter
International chemical prices were weaker, due to lower demand
in downstream markets because of reduced consumer confidence in
Europe and a slowdown in the Chinese economy.
Chemical product margins continued to be under pressure as
feedstock price increases, in line with higher oil prices,
outweighed the increases in selling prices. This has been
particularly evident in our Sasol Polymers and Sasol Solvents
businesses, which have experienced lower demand and softer
product prices on the back of weakening European macroeconomic
conditions. Our Sasol Olefins and Surfactants (O&S) business has
been able to reduce volumes, while maintaining total gross
Across our operations, we remain focused on working capital
management, cost containment, production planning and
optimisation as well as margin improvement activities.

2.	Improved operational performance

?	%
Total production

Sasol Mining (mt)
Sasol Gas (mGJ)
Sasol Synfuels (kt)
2 426
1 785
1 590
ORYX GTL* (mbbl)
Sasol O&S  (kt)
Arya Sasol Polymer Company*
Canada shale gas assets*
* Sasol's share of production

Sasol Synfuels' year-to-date production for the three months to
30 September 2012 was 1,8 million tons. This represents a 12%
increase compared to the prior year comparable period, which was
underpinned by stable operations of the running plant during a
planned phased maintenance outage in September 2012. Although
start-up was somewhat later than anticipated, the maintenance
outage was completed by the end of September 2012. The
commissioning of new equipment during the period, in particular
the additional four gasifiers and the impact of the 17th
reformer, contributed to the performance of the plant. The
strong production performance, as well as favourable prices,
supported increased operating margins for the period. These
were, however, partially offset by increased energy costs as
well as increased maintenance costs related to renewal
Sasol Synfuels' cash unit costs remain under pressure as a
result of higher coal and natural gas feedstock prices (which
are largely internal to the group), as well as increased energy
and maintenance costs.
Due to technical and labour productivity challenges, there will
be a delay in the conversion of the two auto thermal reformers
to gas heated heat exchange reformers (GHHERs). Accordingly, the
GHHERs programme will be extended to run through to the second
half of the 2013 calendar year. As a consequence, additional
capital expenditure of around R850 million will be required. We,
however, do not anticipate this to have an impact on our
production volumes guidance of between 7,2  and 7,4 million tons
for the full 2013 financial year.
Our ORYX GTL joint venture, in Qatar, continues to perform well,
achieving 1,5 million barrels (mbbl) (Sasol's 49% share)
cumulative production over the three month period, which on
average is above design capacity.
The performance of our Sasol Olefins & Surfactants' business for
the three month period highlights the contrasting supply and
market conditions that prevail between our US and European
operations. The US continues to be supported by favourable
feedstock prices, in particular ethane, while our European
operations, most notably the surfactants and alkylate value
chains, are experiencing pressure on earnings and margins due to
softer demand and difficulties in securing feedstock at
favourable prices. Overall production and sales volumes, in the
three months to 30 September 2012, decreased by 11% and 6%,
respectively, when compared to the prior year comparable period.
Our focus remains on improving margins through product portfolio
optimisation and strict cost management. The ethylene
tetramerisation unit, currently being constructed for Sasol
Solvents at our Lake Charles, Louisiana site in the US, remains
on schedule and is expected to start-up during the third quarter
of the 2013 calendar year.
Arya Sasol Polymer Company (ASPC) continues to perform well.
Production volumes were 41% up compared to the prior year
comparable period. Sasol's 50% share of the year-to-date total
production output from the plants was 114 kt, achieving an
average utilisation rate for the three month period of
approximately 96,9% of design capacity. However, due to market
challenges, specifically in the Far East, sales volumes were
negatively impacted. Further challenges emerged during the
period as a result of the devaluation of the average Iranian
rial exchange rate against the US dollar by more than 100% over
the last six months of the 2012 calendar year. We previously
announced our intention to divest of our investment in ASPC. The
divestiture process is continuing. The investment in ASPC is
being considered for classification as an asset held-for-sale.
However, significant uncertainty remains regarding the fair
value of the asset.
Accordingly, it is possible that the carrying value of the
investment may be impaired at 31 December 2012.

Figure 1: Global chemical prices for 2013 (US$/metric ton)

Prices reflect international prices and are not necessarily
Sasol specific.
Sources: ICIS-LOR, Platts

Our South African-based polymers business continues to
experience margin pressure in line with the global polymers
industry, incurring an operating loss of R682 million for the
three months ended 30 September 2012 (operating losses amounted
to R912 million for the period to 31 October 2012). While sales
prices are increasing in rand terms on the back of a weaker
rand/US dollar exchange rates and lower US dollar-based prices,
higher feedstock costs are eroding these benefits. Sales volumes
were 5% higher than the prior year comparable period on the back
of the slow recovery in the polymers market, however, this was
partially offset by the recent road freight industrial action.
This performance was underpinned by an 8% increase in saleable
production, despite a number of prolonged scheduled maintenance
outages at a number of the polymer plants. Cash fixed costs in
this business continue to remain under pressure and during the
period, in addition to normal inflation increases, additional
maintenance outage costs were incurred compared to the prior
year comparable period due to the phasing of scheduled
maintenance outages. Our projects identified to improve
production performance are making significant progress. The
Ethylene Purification Unit (EPU5) project, which will increase
ethylene available for our polyethylene plants, is expected to
be operational in the second half of the 2013 calendar year,
while the C3 stabilisation project will achieve beneficial
operation during the middle of the 2014 calendar year.
Sasol Solvents' business performance for the three months to 30
September 2012 remains under pressure. While production volumes
were 10% below those of the prior year comparable period due
mainly to planned maintenance outages both in South Africa and
Germany, as well as reduced production in Germany following a
demand slowdown, sales volumes were 10% above those of the prior
year comparable period resulting from customers restocking. The
economic crisis in Europe and slowdown in the Chinese economy
adversely impacted our solvents business, resulting in our co-
monomers products and our German operations incurring losses in
the first quarter. The reduction in selling prices experienced
across the solvents product portfolio, coupled with increasing
feedstock prices, resulted in severe margin pressure. The weaker
rand did, however, provide some relief but not to the same
extent as in the prior year comparable period. Given the current
weak market conditions, we continue to focus on our business
improvement and optimisation initiatives to improve the
performance of our plants and marketing activities.
In our other chemical businesses, the ongoing difficult economic
conditions in Europe and the US have negatively impacted the
global demand for paraffin waxes. Despite these challenges,
total wax production volumes have increased marginally for the
three months to 30 September 2012 compared to the prior year
comparable period. In Hamburg, Germany, the installation of an
electricity co-generation plant is progressing well. It is
expected that this plant, which will start-up early in the 2013
calendar year, will yield an energy cost saving of around 16%.
In Sasolburg, the installation of an electricity generator from
blow-off nitric acid plant surplus steam was successfully
commissioned, achieving an energy cost saving of 10% in the
production of explosives. Our fertiliser and explosives
businesses have experienced challenging market conditions,
mainly related to ongoing industrial action in the mining sector
and delays in the summer rainfall planting season.
Sasol Petroleum International (SPI) is currently in the process
of appraising the Inhassoro field in Mozambique to determine its
commercial viability. We are encouraged by the extended well
test results and expect to make a decision for development in
the first half of the 2013 calendar year. Unfortunately, the
wildcat exploration well, Mupeji-1, which was drilled in the
offshore M-10 concession did not encounter hydrocarbons and was
subsequently plugged and abandoned as a dry well. Sasol's share
of the estimated costs is US$53 million and will be expensed. We
completed the acquisition of 1 836 square kilometres (km2) of 3D
seismic in the offshore Sofala block and are acquiring a 2 000
km 2D seismic survey in the onshore Area A block. We continue to
investigate prospects and consider development plans in the area
to support current production.

In Gabon, where we hold a 27,75% working interest, oil
production remained on track. For the quarter to 30 September
2012, we produced a total of 439 000 barrels of oil, compared to
487 000 barrels in the prior year comparable period. No lifting
took place during September 2012 due to the suspension of two
wells, however, the impact thereof was negated by positive stock
movements. We will continue to develop this area over the next
four years.
Our Canadian shale gas assets (Farrell Creek and Cypress A)
continue to remain under pressure resulting from the slow
recovery of gas prices and the related slow down in development
activities, coupled with higher depreciation. We anticipate a
continuation of the current loss position for the 2013 financial
year. At 30 September 2012, our share of the capital expenditure
on the Canadian shale gas assets amounted to CAD93 million for
the period. At that date, there were a total of 90 wells on
stream, with 19 wells which have been drilled but not yet
completed. The gas production rate for the quarter to the end of
September averaged 127 million standard cubic feet per day
(mmscf/d) (100% gross). The cumulative year-to-date production
for these assets to 30 September 2012 was 11,9 billion standard
cubic feet (bscf) (100% gross).
Aeromagnetic surveys of the coal bed methane licences in
Botswana have been completed and the 9 core hole drilling
programme commenced at the end of November 2012.

3.	Financial performance

Weaker rand increases inflationary cost pressures
A 14% weaker average rand/US dollar exchange rate (R8,36/US$ at
31 October 2012) negatively impacted cash fixed costs for the
four months ended 31 October 2012. Cash fixed costs, excluding
once-off, growth costs and the impact of exchange rates, reflect
inflationary pressure, resulting primarily from increased labour
and maintenance costs.
Increased free cash flow
Our cash flow generation from operations for the three months
ended 30 September 2012 was higher than the prior year
comparable period, mainly due to increased production volumes
and the positive impact of the weaker average rand/US dollar
exchange rate. We continue to maintain a strong cash position,
sustaining a strong balance sheet. This, in turn, supports the
funding of our capital investment programme, as well as our
progressive dividend policy, while providing a buffer against
volatility and retaining financial flexibility in uncertain
credit markets where the cost of corporate credit is above risk
free rates. We continue to focus on strengthening working
capital management and monitoring credit exposure and
counterparty risks.

4.	Projects update

We are fortunate to have a healthy portfolio of attractive
capital investment opportunities for the next ten years.
However, to execute such a large portfolio of opportunities
requires a significant amount of financial and human resources.
Therefore, with the aim of achieving maximum benefit from our
growth portfolio, we have reviewed and prioritised the projects
in our project pipeline. In determining the prioritisation of
our projects, we have considered the financial and human
resource requirements as well as the strategic implications of
each capital investment opportunity. Taking into account the
impact on our consolidated growth portfolio, we have staggered
our growth opportunities accordingly, to sharpen our focus on
successful project execution and delivery.
US integrated GTL complex
Following the successful completion of the feasibility studies
to determine the technical and commercial viability of an
integrated, two phase 96 000bbl/d GTL and chemicals facility in
Louisiana in the United States, we have decided to proceed with
front-end engineering and design (FEED). Total current project
costs are estimated to be between US$11 billion and US$14
billion, which are higher than previous estimates primarily due
to 30% of the fuels being upgraded to high value chemicals, as
well as higher cost escalations due to the phasing of the
project after the ethane cracker. We expect beneficial operation
to be achieved during the 2018 and 2019 calendar years for the
two phases, respectively.

US integrated ethane cracker complex
Following the successful completion of the feasibility studies
to determine the technical and commercial viability of a world
scale 1,5 million tons per annum ethane cracker and associated
derivatives facility in Louisiana in the United States, we have
decided to proceed with FEED. Total current project costs are
estimated to be between US$5 billion and US$7 billion, which are
higher than previous estimates primarily due to increased plant
capacity, the inclusion of additional downstream derivative
units and undertaking the project without a partner. We expect
beneficial operation to be achieved during the 2017 calendar

Canada GTL
The feasibility study to determine the technical and commercial
viability of a GTL facility in Western Canada was successfully
completed. In accordance with the need to prioritise our growth
portfolio, a decision was made to phase this investment
opportunity after the integrated US GTL and ethane cracker
complex. A FEED decision will, therefore, be considered at a
later stage.

Uzbekistan GTL
Our Uzbekistan GTL FEED activities are progressing well and are
expected to be completed during the second half of the 2013
calendar year. An investment decision for this project is,
amongst others, dependent on appropriate project financing.
Good progress made with our mining replacement projects
The newly inaugurated R3,5 billion Thubelisha Shaft at the
Twistdraai Colliery in Mpumalanga, South Africa, has largely
been completed. We anticipate that all work, including gaining
access to areas around the burnt coal section, will be finalised
in the third quarter of the 2013 calendar year. Progress on the
Impumelelo and Shondoni Collieries, which are part of Sasol
Mining's R14 billion mine replacement programme, is progressing.
Despite shaft sinking challenges due to productivity at the
Impumelelo Colliery, it is anticipated that the project will be
completed within budget during the fourth quarter of the 2014
calendar year. Construction of the Shondoni Colliery is
progressing and we expect that the first development section
will start opening up the underground area during the first
quarter of the 2014 calendar year. Beneficial operation in
respect of this colliery is anticipated for the 2015 calendar

Acquisition of coal reserves at Lake DeSmet
We purchased a property at Lake DeSmet, Wyoming, in the United
States for an amount of US$31 million. The property's coal
reserve will form part of our overall strategic resource
portfolio. However, there are no plans to develop the resource
at this time.

FT wax expansion project
Construction on the FT wax expansion project facility in
Sasolburg, South Africa, continues to progress. As reported
previously, the commissioning of the new Slurry Bed Reactor,
which is key equipment for the capacity expansion, has been
delayed until the end of the 2013 calendar year. While this will
not jeopardise the completion date of 2015 for the full project,
it will delay the first ramp up stage versus the original
schedule. The cost implications associated with the delay will
be communicated during our interim results announcement once
these costs have been finalised.
Progressing our sustainability initiatives
The construction of the R1,9 billion Sasolburg project to
produce 140 megawatts (MW) of power using natural gas is largely
completed. Commissioning activities have started and the project
should be completed ahead of schedule and below budget.
We expect that the facility will be on line and reach full
capacity before the end of December 2012, in support of Sasol's
ambition to generate up to 60% of our South African electricity
During the period, through Sasol New Energy (SNE), we advanced
the development of our US$246 million additional gas-fired
electricity generation in Mozambique, in partnership with the
country's state-owned power utility Electricidade de Mozambique
at Ressano Garcia. Negotiations of the commercial contracts have
been finalised and we are in the process of finalising the
definitive agreements with our partner and obtaining concession
rights. A final funding and investment decision has been made by
our board, subject to certain suspensive conditions.
We acquired a 30,8% share in the UK-based OXIS Energy for GBP15
million during the period. This strategic investment will allow
us to apply our extensive experience of commercialising and
scaling up chemical processes to assist OXIS in realising the
potential associated with their development of next generation
battery technology.

Clean Fuels 2 update

The high level Clean Fuels 2 (CF2) specifications were gazetted
on 1 June 2012, and are in line with expectations. Our latest
estimates on the capital expenditure needed to comply with the
core specifications is between R10 billion and R11 billion,
attributable to both our share in the Natref joint venture and
Sasol Synfuels. These estimates are subject to change, based on
the finalisation of feasibility studies being carried out in
this regard by Natref. Additional projects, that may be required
to further mitigate the volume and octane impact of CF2 and to
restore capacity to pre-CF2 levels, are currently being
investigated in respect of Sasol Synfuels. Based on the
finalisation of the feasibility studies and the additional
projects, we estimate additional capital expenditure to range
between R2 billion and R3 billion.
We continue to engage with the South African government
(National Treasury and the Department of Energy) on cost-
recovery mechanisms and specifications to be prepared and
published by the South African Bureau of Standards.

5.	Update on strategic issues

Credit rating
Our foreign currency credit rating according to Standard &
Poor's (S&P) is BBB/Negative/A-2 and the local currency rating
is A-/Negative/A-2. The latest S&P corporate rating on Sasol was
published on 16 October 2012. Sasol was downgraded in line with
the downgrade of South Africa from BBB+ to BBB.  The downgrade
of South Africa resulted primarily from the perceived
deterioration of the country's socioeconomic environment.
Our foreign currency credit rating according to Moody's is
Baa1/stable/P-2/stable and our national scale issuer rating is
Aa3.za/P-1.za. The Moody's latest credit opinion on the group
was published on 30 March 2012. Their rating was reaffirmed on 1
October 2012.
The credit ratings reflect our diversified and highly profitable
domestic activities along the energy value chain, as well as our
current strong financial risk profile and prudent financial
US dollar bond offering On 7 November 2012, we were very pleased
to announce our US$1 billion bond issuance.
The bond, with a tenure of 10 years and a
fixed coupon rate of 4,5%, was oversubscribed by 3,47 times.
This coupon is the lowest US dollar fixed coupon rate achieved
by a South African domiciled corporate (non-state owned
enterprise) with this term. The proceeds from this offering will
be used for general corporate purposes, including the funding of
our capital investments.

What to expect from COP18

The outcomes of COP17, held in Durban in December 2011,
comprised a set of work programmes to allow parties to reach
agreement over a longer period of time on issues relating to
adaptation and mitigation targets, and measurement, reporting
and verification processes. With the COP18 meeting entering its
second week in Qatar, we do not anticipate that significant
decisions will be taken as the work programmes provide for
ongoing work between now and COP21, to be convened during the
2015 calendar year.

Polymers competition enquiry
As reported previously, the South African Competition Commission
(the Commission) alleges that Sasol Chemical Industries Limited
charged excessive prices for propylene and polypropylene in the
South African market from 2004 to 2007. We continue to dispute
the Commission's allegations. In 2010, the matter was referred
by the Commission to the Competition Tribunal. The trial was
originally set down to be heard before the Competition Tribunal
from 16 July 2012 to 10 August 2012. However, as a result of an
application brought by the Commission to postpone the hearing,
the trial is now set down for 13 May to 7 June 2013.
Liquid fuels competition enquiry
The South African Competition Commission (the Commission),
referred its diesel fuel market investigation to the South
African Competition Tribunal at the end of October 2012. We
began engaging with the Commission in 2008 as part of our group-
wide competition law compliance review, which preceded the
Commission's investigation into the liquid fuels sector.
At the time, we found no evidence to support the Commission's
concerns of possible anti-competitive conduct in the diesel
market. Our view was informed by a rigorous internal review
process, as well as external legal opinion and expert economic
We have reviewed the referral and do not agree with the
Commission's allegations. We are, accordingly, defending the

Our activities in Iran
In November 2011, we announced that we had entered into
preliminary talks for a possible divestiture of our share in
Arya Sasol Polymer Company (ASPC). The plant produces integrated
ethylene and polyethylene products for export. The products are
not used in the development of petroleum or natural gas
resources or nuclear power in Iran. We continue to engage with a
number of interested parties who include business and government
stakeholders. Further announcements will be made once sufficient
progress has been made.
In October 2012, the Export-Import Regulation Office of Iranian
Trade Promotion Organization, issued an order prohibiting the
export of certain products. The list of 52 prohibited export
products includes polymers. In terms of ASPC's business licence,
they are compelled to export its production and may not trade in
the local market. Sasol and ASPC engaged with the Iranian
government in order to obtain approval to continue exporting
polymer. On 6 November 2012, the Iranian government revised the
export ban on the 52 products. Polyethylene is amongst those
products on which the restriction has been removed.
The Iranian environment, in which we operate, remains uncertain,
coupled with the devaluation of the Iranian currency. This will
potentially negatively impact our earnings.

6.	Guidance for the full year

We expect the global environment and South African economy to
maintain a modest recovery into the financial year. However,
weakening demand in Europe and lower growth in emerging markets
and the US remain a concern. In addition, the US faces
additional pressure following the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.
In South Africa, the outcome of the governing African National
Congress party's elective conference in Mangaung, South Africa,
in December 2012 remains an area to be watched with interest.
We expect an overall solid production performance for the 2013
financial year with our production guidance remaining unchanged:
>	Sasol Synfuels' volumes will be between 7,2 and 7,4 million
>	The full year average utilisation rate at ORYX GTL in Qatar
is expected to be between 80% and 90% of nameplate capacity;
>	Full year production at ASPC in Iran will be approximately
90% of nameplate capacity.
>	Our shale gas venture in Canada will continue to show flat
volumes in line with the prior year;
As costs are incurred to improve plant stability and the weaker
rand continues to exert pressure on our South African
businesses, we expect that our normalised fixed costs will
increase above the South African producers price index (PPI)
inflation. Cost control is a specific target within our short-
term incentive scheme and, accordingly, management continues to
focus on controllable cost elements. Oil prices are expected to
remain volatile over the near term, due to weakening demand for
oil in Europe, softer growth in emerging markets and the US, as
well as stronger-than-expected increases in supply. Expected
currency and commodity price volatility will impact the
valuation of closing balances at year end.
An update on earnings guidance will be provided once we have a
reasonable degree of certainty on the interim results for the
2013 financial year, taking into account any adjustments arising
from our half-year reporting closure process, as well as
remeasurement effects, including the potential impact resulting
from the ASPC impairment. This potential impairment will not
have an impact on headline earnings per share. The increased
uncertainty within the Iranian environment and the devaluation
of the Iranian currency, may further negatively impact our
The forecast financial information appearing in this update has
not been reviewed or reported on by Sasol's external auditors.
We will release Sasol's half-year results on Monday, 11 March

7.	Other events 2013

11 March
Half-year 2013 financial results release
11 March
Dividend declaration
10 June
CFO letter
9 September
Full-year 2013 financial results release
9 September
Dividend declaration
22 November
Sasol Limited Annual General Meeting
25 November
CFO letter

8.	Investor Relations contacts
Please feel free to contact us as follows:
+27 11 441 3113

The Investor Relations team:
Raj Naidu (Analyst Contact) Executive: Investor Relations and
Shareholder Value Management
Sam Barnfather (Financial Contact)
Zanele Salman (Technical Contact)

Sponsor: Deutsche Securities (SA) (Pty) Ltd.

Forward-looking statements:

Sasol may, in this document, make certain statements that are not
historical facts and relate to analyses and other information
which are based on forecasts of future results and estimates of
amounts not yet determinable. These statements may also relate to
our future prospects, developments and business strategies.
Examples of such forwardlooking statements include, but are not
limited to, statements regarding exchange rate fluctuations,
volume growth, increases in market share, total shareholder return
and cost reductions. Words such as believe, anticipate,
expect, intend, seek, will, plan, could, may,
endeavour and project and similar expressions are intended to
identify such forward-looking statements, but are not the
exclusive means of identifying such statements. By their very
nature, forward-looking statements involve inherent risks and
uncertainties, both general and specific, and there are risks that
the predictions, forecasts, projections and other forward-looking
statements will not be achieved. If one or more of these risks
materialise, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, our
actual results may differ materially from those anticipated. You
should understand that a number of important factors could cause
actual results to differ materially from the plans, objectives,
expectations, estimates and intentions expressed in such forward
looking statements. These factors are discussed more fully in our
most recent annual report under the Securities Exchange Act of
1934 on Form 20-F filed on 12 October 2012 and in other filings
with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. The
list of factors discussed therein is not exhaustive; when relying
on forward-looking statements to make investment decisions, you
should carefully consider both these factors and other
uncertainties and events. Forward-looking statements apply only as
of the date on which they are made, and we do not undertake any
obligation to update or revise any of them, whether as a result of
new information, future events or otherwise.


Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934,
the registrant, Sasol Limited, has duly caused this report to be signed
on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.

Date: December  03, 2012		By: 	V D Kahla
					Name: 	Vuyo Dominic Kahla
					Title: 	Company Secretary