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Engen KlevaKidz puts paraffin safety first

8th August 2017 The annual Engen KlevaKidz has kicked off with its unique brand of industrial theatre set to engage and educate learners across South Africa about the importance of paraffin safety.   Engen are South Africa’s leading supplier of paraffin, through the Laurel Paraffin brand.   Engen KlevaKidz takes... 

Engen’s Wendy Ntombela remembers her women of real worth

4th August 2017 South Africa celebrates National Women's Day annually on 9 August. It commemorates the 1956 march of approximately 20 000 women to the Union Buildings in Pretoria, and as a result, it remains the day which represents liberation, strength and equality to millions of contemporary South African... 

Orlando Pirates to defend their Engen Knockout Challenge title.

3rd August 2017 The draw for the Johannesburg leg of the 2017 Engen Knockout Challenge took place on 25 July at the Sunnyside Park Hotel. The eagerly anticipated tournament takes place from 04 – 06 August at the Wits Marks Park Sports Complex. Johannesburg’s football fraternity were out in force for the draw. In... 

Engen’s Phikolomzi Gugwana has found his wings and space to fly

18th July 2017 Phikolomzi Gugwana grew up in Mount Ayliff in the Eastern Cape but attended a secondary school in Wentworth, Durban as there were no high schools in Mount Ayliff that taught in English.   From an early age, Phikolomzi (his name means ‘wings’) showed great aptitude for maths and science, subjects... 
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Western Cape reiterates need to save water as dam levels reach 31%

The average water level for dams across the Western Cape has reached 31% following recent rainfall, compared with a level of 58% at the same time last year. Western Cape Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning Minister Anton Bredell has cautioned the public about the... 

Tokyo Steel raises product prices for first time in 7 months

Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co , Japan's top electric-arc furnace steelmaker, said on Monday it will raise its product prices in September by up to 5.4% to reflect strong demand at home and abroad as well as higher materials costs. The company will boost prices of 11 products by 2 000 yen to 3 000... 
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