Sasol wants to build relationship

Journalists were told that even though they can publish what they want, they must please keep objectivity in mind

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Journalists were told that even though they can publish what they want, they must please keep objectivity in mind
Dr. Sarel Booyens, Senior Manager: Mining Rights and Social & Labour Plan, talking to journalist about their mining projects.

Sasol held a Media Engagement session at Sasol Club on Friday where they asked several media houses to build a stronger relationship.
Journalists from several publications were present and could snack on festive food while learning more of all the good projects that Sasol runs.
Journalists were told that even though they can publish what they want, they must please keep objectivity in mind. Sasol said that they see the media as their stakeholders and that they as a company are “extremely committed to this relationship.”
The function started with a safety moment and different Sasol community projects and programs were discussed. After all the formalities, the media were assured to “relax and enjoy the day”.
Journalists were taken into another room where they had a 3d visual video session where they could see the plant. It is quite amazing, even if you have seen the plants many times before this is a whole different experience where you have a 360degree view and are able to “climb” into reactors and see what is happening inside.
Everyone received a gift pack with lots of useful goodies. 2 Mini busses transported journalist to the scenes of community projects and treated them with lunch afterwards.

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