I worked at Sasol Oil and was declared disabled in 2014. All employees were given 850 shares and was not allowed to purchase shares in our own capacity. A month before Sasol was suppose to pay out we read that the shares was worthless because it did not perform well. We were not told that we will only be paid if the shares perform well. Sasol has caused a lot of emotional stress and health problems to a lot of ex-employees. Most of us is over 50 years and unable to find jobs. We budgeted and planned our finances around this payout and are left stranded at the moment. I read an article that Sasol bought the shares back at R0.01 per share and that there will be no distribution of shares to the Ex-Employees. Why did they not give us the opportunity to purchase the shares at that price and transfer it to the new Scheme. We need your assistance because our hands are tied and we don’t now what to do because Sasol is just disregarding us and don’t care. My personal opinion is that they use this initiatives to comply to the BBEEE scoring and when the period is over they just start another one. ProBonoMatters please we need your assistance. Sasol cannot be allowed to get away with traumatizing so many lives and families.