Sasol hosted a Bring a Girl Child to Work initiative on Thursday, 25 May where about 80 high school girls from various schools in the area had the opportunity to visit Sasol and explore the different employment opportunities at Sasol.
The aim of this initiative is to offer pupils valuable information that can help them in their career choices and also to inspire them to reach for their dreams and to grasp every opportunity to grow and develop their natural talent.
Ronel Kotze gave pupils a word of encouragement. She was the first female vice president in operations at Secunda Synfuels Operations.
Rethabile Ndjibu said she believes Sasol is one of the best companies to work for. Sasol currently employs 30 100 people working in 33 countries and has a turnover of R172,9 billion.
The girls were divided into groups and had 15 minutes to speak to Sasol representatives of different disciplines.
These individuals shared about their work and spoke to the pupils about what they do at work every day and what exactly their jobs entails.