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Welcome to Sasol TechnoX 2019

The 19th annual Sasol Techno X will be held at the Sasol Secunda Recreation Club, lower sports grounds, Nelson mandela Drive in Secunda from 29 July - 2 August 2019

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Our Commitment to ambient air technology

Sasol Remains committed to continuously limiting the impact of our South African operations on Ambient Air Quality in a practicable and sustainable manner.

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A World Leader in Synthetic Fuel Technologies

Our diverse businesses and integrated value chain are the cornerstone of our success.

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Advancing Sustainable Development

At Sasol we believe sustainability practices make good business sense

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Accelerating Gas-To-Liquids Growth

Fast tracking growth of our proprietary GTL technology is key to our strategic agenda.

2011 : Chemistry, our life, our future

Sasol Techno X 2011

Eleventh Sasol Science and Technology Exhibition

Chemistry, our life, our future

Event Summary

Sasol Techno X 2011 – Chemistry, our life, our future

Competitions

Fashion

Sasol ChemCity in association with Sasol Techno X launched a competition aimed at increasing environmental awareness (2nd year). Learners were requested to design a garment making use of waste recyclables, like paper, plastic, cans, cardboard, etc. It was in the form of a fashion show where participants modelled their creations during the exhibition. The competition was open to all learners.

Position

Name of Learner

School

Teacher Name

1st Michelle Spiers Hoërskool Parys R. van Wyk
2nd Felicia Balsarang Ladysmith Secondary K. Chiwwah
3rd Seipati Mosola Kahobotjha/Sakubusha Ms. Nhlapo
Atiyya Bhyat Roshnee Islamic School H.B. Patel

Arts competitions

With the celebration of the International Year Chemistry in 2011, the artwork exhibited this year displayed talent that was never thought of before. The art judges had tough time adjudicating the best work as most of the art was of high quality.

ART WINNERS 2011

Grade

Name of Learner

School

7 Jannasch Berna Fonteine Primary Skool
7 Martin J van Vuuren Fonteine Primary Skool
8 Samora Jikityala Vaalpark Articon
8 Celesta Zackarias Kismet Combined
9 Donald Mahlasela East Rand School of Art
9 Reinhard Herbst Vaalpark Articon
10 Maepa Gilbert Nkgopoleng SS
10 Lezelle Struwig Sasolburg High School
11 Talitha Botha Sasolburg High School
11 Kayla Norman Sasolburg High School
12 Anmarie Janse van Vuuren Sasolburg High School
12 Anchen Oosthuizen Sasolburg High School
12 Nelson Nkosi East Rand School of Art

School Scientific Projects

This year’s theme played a big part on the types of projects the learners completed. The projects showed how chemistry affects our lives on daily bases and it was really fulfilling to observe how learners understand the impact of chemistry through the scientific projects they produced. The time and efforts the learners put in making projects is important for their future as it gives them the broader picture of how Mathematics, Science and Technology touch them in everyday life. There were a total of 103 projects that were displayed at the exhibition.

Schools Project Competition

First time participating school

Name of Learner

School

1st Prize Boniswa Rafube Sharon Lukhele Phehellang SS
2nd Prize Keresemese Ramaele Iketsetseng CSS
3rd Prize Ntswaki Nkomo Barnard Molokoane SS

Grade 7-9

Name of Learner

School

1st Prize Lerato Mosebi Katleho Libate Voorwaarts GET School
2nd Prize Janet van Niekerk Sentrale Volkskool
3rd Prize Thipane Elizabeth
Malale Charmaine
St Peter Claver School

Grade 10-12

Name of Learner

School

1st Prize Hearn Johnson Three Rivers High School
2nd Prize Philip Liebetrou Sasolburg High School
3rd Prize Thabang Sebetoane Dr Reginald Cingo

Overall Winners

Name of Learner

School

1st Prize Hearn Johnson Three Rivers High School
2nd Prize Lerato Mosebi Katleho Libate Voorwaarts GET School
3rd Prize Thabang Sebetoane Dr Reginald Cingo

List of 2004 Exhibitors