Christine Ramon, 38 and a chartered accountant, has been appointed as
executive director and chief financial officer at South African chemicals and
fuels giant Sasol becoming one of the most senior female executives in the
She begins as CFO from 1 May 2006.
Sasol is the world’s biggest producer of synthetic fuel from coal, markets
chemicals and liquid fuels with 50 operations in the Americas, Australasia,
Europe and Africa.
Trevor Munday, Sasol’s current CFO, will become deputy chief executive.
Ramon will join both the Sasol Limited board and the group executive
committee and will be appointed as a director of various group companies and
‘We are delighted Christine is joining us and welcome her on board at a most
exciting time for Sasol, both in South Africa and internationally,’ said Munday.
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