Sasol has warned that adjusted EBITDA is expected to decline by between 17% and 37% for the financial year.
The year ended on June 30.
It expects this to be 30-39.5 billion rand ($1.7-2.2bn), down from 47.6bn rand ($2.7bn) for the previous year.
The South African petrochemical company warned shareholders that it would post a loss per share of 146.75-148.15
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