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Engen CEO rocks crazy socks for World Down Syndrome Day

25th March 2019 Did you know that approximately one in 500 South African babies is born with Down syndrome? DS is also the most common genetic cause of intellectual disability.  While South Africa celebrated Human Rights Day on 21 March, the day also marks World Down Syndrome Day. This year South Africa’s... 

Access to education isn’t a privilege, it’s a basic human right - Mzwandile inspires a new generation of learners

25th March 2019 Raised by his aunt and uncle after his parents passed away at a young age, Mzwandile Harmans attended a poor school in Cala, the heart of the rural Eastern Cape.  It was his matric year; but with limited resources at Masikhuthale Public Secondary school, the pass rate was low and the learning... 

Engen celebrates women truck drivers this International Women's Day

7th March 2019 Phindile Sithole, one of 16 female bulk truck operators employed by Engen says that while she fully supports Engen’s drive to secure a more gender-balanced world, she always knew that she wanted to be a truck driver and nothing was going to stand in the way of her achieving her dream. As a... 

Engen partners with Gift of The Givers to assist drought-stricken Makhanda community

6th March 2019 When the Sarah Baartman District Municipality in the Eastern Cape, which includes drought-stricken Makhanda was declared a local state of disaster area on February 25th, Engen heeded the communities call for help and connected with disaster relief organisation, Gift of the Givers to offer... 
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Women encouraged to pursue opportunities in Africa's energy sector

More than 600-million people in Africa do not have access to electricity and this creates opportunities for more women to get involved in the energy sector, African Women in Energy and Power (AWEaP) South Africa chairperson Bertha Dlamini said during the inaugural women in energy seminar, held... 

Low carbon transition could hold $124bn risk for South Africa

Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) Energy Finance on Tuesday released its latest report, which looked at the impact of a low carbon transition on South Africa. CPI found that the impact on South Africa of a global low-carbon transition over the period of its analysis from 2013 to 2035 could be... 
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