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Engen gives away 4 brand-new Polo Vivos

14th November 2018 Congratulations to Gerrie de Bruin, the final lucky winner in Engen’s Wheel of Fortune competition. Gerrie drove off with his brand-new Volkswagen on Friday November 2 at a hand over at Engen Pellissier in Bloemfontein. Over the month of October, four Engen customers, from around the country,... 

Engen Computer School Alumnus’s Success Motivates Fellow Students

13th November 2018 Engen computer school students writing their final assessments got an unexpected boost when alumnus Siyabonga Cele arrived to share the good news that he had secured a job at King Shaka International Airport – only because he’d undergone exactly the same training. Cele’s timely arrival offered... 

Engen Learn programme provides critical life-skills

8th November 2018 Engen, in collaboration with FUEL Online Training, has delivered a record 3.5 million training interventions to Engen forecourt attendants around the country since its inception in 2013. The training focuses on job skills and competencies related to customer service as well as critical... 

Engen Ikhwezi Convenience Centre opens in Mthatha

7th November 2018 Engen Ikhwezi, which officially opened on 26 October, offers a wide range of convenience to customers and is more like a mini-food hall, offering the people of Mthatha, a variety of yummy goodness 24/7. Customers can enjoy a diverse range of fast food, including a Steers, Debonairs Pizza, Corner... 
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Oil halts slide as signs of stockpile drop counter Opec doubts

Oil halted a slide near $54 a barrel as investors weighed industry data that showed US crude inventories unexpectedly fell last week against doubts over Opec’s plans to cut output. Futures in New York rose as much as 2%, after plunging more than 6% on Tuesday. The American Petroleum Institute was... 

Vaal River pollution: 'There have been challenges to compliance', Sasol says

Petrochemicals giant Sasol has denied that it is responsible for pollution in the Vaal river. However, it has admitted struggling to interpret some compliance requirements with regard to regulations on the discharge of waste. According to a report by the Department of Water and Sanitation... 
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