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Secunda - Sasol will not be deterred by the low growth environment and remains heavily invested in Southern Africa for the long term.

This is according to Lucky Kgatle, senior Vice president of Sasol mining. He was speaking at a briefing at Shondoni Colliery in Mpumalanga on Thursday.

Shondoni, which means "place of wealth", is one of four new mines part of a R14bn mine replacement programme. The other new mines are Thubelisha which replaced Twistdraai, Impumelelo which was traded for Brandspruit and Syferfontein which was expanded. Shondoni supplanted the Middelbult mine.

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