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JSE-listed Sasol on Wednesday donated 1 500 litres of hand sanitiser to the City of Johannesburg to be allocated to the most vulnerable facilities as part of its support for citizens across Gauteng during the Covid-19 crisis.

The integrated chemicals and energy company brushed aside market woes, as the global energy market and oil price continues to be heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, to deliver the 1 500 litres of hand sanitiser to the office of the executive mayor, who will in turn allocate these to fenceline places of public interest and activity around the province with the greatest need.

At a handover ceremony at the City of Johannesburg Regional Offices in Johannesburg Sasol’s senior vice president of corporate affairs Cindy Mogotsi said: “As the country braces itself for an increase in infections, as well as the resultant influx of patients into hospitals, it is crucial that these facilities are well prepared with adequate volumes of hand sanitisers to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 and other contaminants that could exacerbate the situation.”

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