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Early Payment Programme



As we transition to new ways of working together, we would like to remind you of the Sasol Procure-to-Pay processes for Goods and Services. We are also pleased to share the recently launched ‘Sasol Early Payment Program’ with you. The Platform provides real time visibility of all approved invoices and an opportunity to access early payments at favorable terms.

Please click on the following for more information on our Procure - to - Pay processes for Goods and Services as well as the Sasol Early Payment Program.



For ease of reference, we have included the Goods and Services process note for your perusal. 

To ensure that Sasol is fit for the future – a more effective, efficient and  competitive business, we have embarked on a strategic approach to optimise our current supplier base. Traditionally Sasol suppliers have engaged with us via fax; fax to e-mail and other manual mechanisms. Given today’s high administration and procurement costs and the lack of reliability related to these types of interactions, Sasol has taken a decision to move to an Electronic Document Interchange (EDI) network.  We will refer to this as the Ariba Network e-Marketplace (also known as Quadrem). 

The Ariba Network e-Marketplace will become the single point of entry for all suppliers (excluding transport suppliers) wanting to trade with Sasol.

Some of the key benefits of this electronic document interchange are: 

  • A significant reduction in manual processes
  • The pro-active resolution of discrepancies thereby  reducing the average payment cycle 
  • Guaranteed delivery of documents with a complete audit trail between parties 
  • Transparency and visibility of the Procure-to-Pay (PtP) process; and
  • The removal of various reconciliation processes, human error and administrative delays inherent to the previous process. 

Please contact Sasol if you would like to benefit from this new Electronic Document Interchange network. 

For any comments or contributions please click here

Supplier Collaboration and Training

Supplier Code of Conduct & Human Rights Training

The Sasol code of ethics – which addresses issues such as corruption, bribery, conflicts of interest and human rights – governs our approach to ethical behaviour and fair business practice.

The code requires that we conduct business in accordance with the highest standards. By sharing this information, we aim to ensure the continuing success of our business relationships with current and potential suppliers.

Our standards cover safety, the awarding of contracts, ethical behaviour, compliance with all applicable legislation, maintenance of adequate internal controls and the recording and reporting of all transactions.

Sasol is committed to ensuring that all of our dealings are conducted in a fair and transparent manner. We strongly encourage you to contact our ethics line should you become aware of any practice that fails to meet these standards, or have any concerns in this regard.

The Sasol and Supplier code of conduct, which all suppliers need to comply with, is available at the bottom of this page.

In addition to the codes below please also find the a Modern slavery statement where Sasol further acknowledge our responsibility to respect human rights, and to avoid complicity in human rights abuses throughout our operations and in our relationships with our suppliers.

Sasol has a strict policy on the receiving and giving of gifts and entertainment. Our employees are only permitted to receive or give gifts that are reasonable and that are not excessive. Employees may not receive or give extravagant or frequent entertainment from or to individuals or companies who do business with Sasol or who seek to do business with Sasol. Our employees, agents and contractors are similarly prohibited from paying bribes or making facilitating payments to any officials.



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