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Engen strengthens partnership with FNB eBucks

10th July 2018 Engen’s partnership with the revitalised FNB's eBucks programme continues to flourish.   Engen has confirmed exclusivity as the programme’s fuel partner of choice when earning and redeeming rewards.  Clients can also look forward to earning up to R4 back in eBucks on every litre of fuel purchased. 

Engen brings first Woolies Foodstop to the Swartland

9th July 2018 The people of Malmesbury are set to reap the yummy goodness of a 24-hour Woolworths Foodstop, which has been added to the recently upgraded Engen Malmesbury Convenience Centre. Engen Malmesbury Convenience Centre is located at 45 Voortrekker Road, Malmesbury in the Western Cape. The new Woolies... 

Engen Droomers in Somerset West gets a new look

6th July 2018 The people of Somerset West can now enjoy the yummy goodness of a 24-hour Engen Quickshop, Wimpy and Corner Bakery at the recently upgraded Engen Droomers Convenience Centre. Engen Droomers Convenience Centre is located at 83 Main Road, Somerset West in the Western Cape. The upgraded site was... 

Engen ensures disabled pupils get warm beds for winter

20th June 2018 Eighty intellectually disabled pupils studying at the Mount Fletcher Special School in the rural Eastern Cape can look forward to comfortable, warm nights this winter, thanks to Engen’s donation of new beds. The Engen handover of beds and mattresses on 8 June, totalling R250 000, will get the... 

Sweet! Gen Next gives Engen the Thumbs Up

18th June 2018 Engen has again been voted the “Coolest Petroleum Brand” in the Sunday Times Generation Next awards. This is the ninth consecutive year that South Africa’s youth have backed Engen, reaffirming the company’s uncontested brand leadership and market strength. With youth development playing a central... 

This youth month we celebrate a future leader from Durban South

13th June 2018 June is a special month for Engen. It is Youth Month, and it provides Engen opportunity to reflect upon its commitment to helping young gifted South Africans to explore new horizons. Trinisha Lutchmiah is one of many whose horizons have opened widely thanks to Engen. Trinisha grew up in Merebank,... 

PetroSA's GTL refinery could run out of natural gas in two years 

By: Reuters     12th June 2018 South Africa's flagship gas-to-liquids (GTL) refinery at Mossel Bay could run out of natural gas within two years when offshore reserves dry up, a senior energy official said on Tuesday. The Mossel Bay GTL plant, one of the world's largest, is operated by State-owned national oil and gas company... 

“You shouldn’t let your current situation determine your future.” – Amanda Ngqoleka, Engen Graduate Development Programme

12th June 2018 She attended four different school, matriculating from Ndyebo Senior Secondary School in Port Elizabeth,where she lived with various family members after the death of her mother when she was in primary school, and found it very hard to believe in herself. That was until her Grade 10 science... 

Engen Celebrates South Africa’s talented Youth

6th June 2018 This Youth Day Engen is celebrating the beautiful game for the many bright futures that football has afforded many of the 30 000-plus players who have participated in the Engen Knockout Challenge, South Africa’s most prestigious youth football initiative which celebrates its 16th anniversary this... 

Engen assists 17 Durban Schools With JoJo Tanks

5th June 2018 When the Engen Refinery, based in Durban South spoke to community members and found out that there was a dire need for JoJo Tanks at schools in the area, they immediately went to work. Engen identified schools based in and around the Merebank, Wentworth and Austerville areas and contracted a... 

Vivo’s Q1 adjusted Ebitda rises 6% y/y

By: Anine Kilian     30th May 2018 JSE-listed Vivo Energy achieved a 6% year-on-year increase in adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) to $102-million for the quarter ended March 31, compared with Ebitda of $96-million in the first quarter of 2017. Total volumes were up 5% year-on-year,... 

Engen owner builds own desalination plant in response to water crisis 

By: Simone Liedtke     28th May 2018 In response to the water crisis in Cape Town, Engen False Bay 1Stop owner Kobus Pretorius has built his own desalination plant to ensure customers have access to purified water. The rationale behind the project, Pretorius explained, is owing to the current water shortage in the Western Cape and... 

Digging deep to provide refreshing water at Engen False Bay 1Stop

28th May 2018 Kobus Pretorius is a man with the customer at heart. As the owner of the Engen False Bay 1 Stop, Kobus has just installed a water desalination plant that converts borehole water into purified water.   False Bay 1 Stop is an Engen flagship highway site with between 800 and 1 000 vehicles stopping... 

Engen Raslouw in Centurion gets a Woolies Foodstop

17th May 2018 The people of Pretoria West are set to reap the yummy goodness of a 24-hour Woolworths Foodstop, which has been added to the recently upgraded Engen Raslouw. Engen Raslouw is located on the corner of the R55 and Lochner Road, Raslouw Gardens, Pretoria West. The new Woolies food offering was... 

Engen continues to walk-the-walk at Nampo 2018

15th May 2018 Billed as the biggest agricultural show in the southern hemisphere, Nampo has since its inception in 1966 provided many great moments in the recent history of South African agriculture. The annual Nampo Harvest Day is a forum for the majority of stakeholders in the agricultural sector to get... 

Engen Libra helps transform children’s lives at Tjhabelani Primary School

14th May 2018 Eleven years ago the rural Tjhabelani Primary School was just a dream. Today, Engen Libra Motors has helped it grow offering its learners the kind of educational opportunities they never thought possible. The school, which opened 11 years ago in Bainsvlei, 15km outside Bloemfontein, has... 

“Opportunities for everyone” as Engen bursaries extend work training to poor with learning disabilities

10th May 2018 Engen sponsored bursaries aimed at extending access to crucial work-training opportunities for persons with learning disabilities has seen Work4You successfully place 90% of candidates, significantly boosting employment of these young adults in the formal labour market. Although Engen has spent... 

Mr Wise launches Engen KlevaKidz in the Western Cape

7th May 2018 The annual Engen KlevaKidz launched in the Western Cape this month with super hero safety educator, Mr Wise in the starring role.  KlevaKidz is an educational campaign that uses industrial theatre to engage and educate learners across South Africa about the importance of paraffin safety. Engen... 

Petroleum product suppliers settle information sharing complaint

By: Marleny Arnoldi     4th May 2018 South African petroleum product suppliers have, under a settlement agreement with the Competition Tribunal, agreed to change how they share information.  

Engen inspires new hope in computer school students

3rd May 2018 Over the past decade, Engen’s free computer skills training has been transforming lives in South Durban, instilling students across the age spectrum with the confidence and knowledge to secure jobs that would otherwise never have been possible. “Engen has created a future for us all,” graduate... 

Grindrod concludes sale of Unicorn Bunker Services

By: Simone Liedtke     18th April 2018 Grindrod has finalised the sale of its bunker division, Unicorn Bunker Services, for an undisclosed amount. Unicorn Bunker Services, which employs 110 people, was first established in 2006 and operates three modern bunker tankers in the ports of Durban and Cape Town under contract to BP, Engen... 

Engen and football partners SuperSport United inspires youth in Cape Town

12th April 2018 Engen, South Africa’s leading petroleum brand*, and partners SuperSport United continue to inspire youth at grassroots level by hosting a coaching clinic for local children at Belgravia High School, Athlone, Cape Town on Friday 13 April 2018. The coaching clinic starts at 11h00 at the school. 

TNPA presents strategy to improve transformation at Island View Precinct

By: Shirley le Guern     12th April 2018 A major shake-up within the Island View Precinct (IVP) in the port of Durban is expected after Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) began engaging tenants ahead of the implementation of its new IVP strategy this week. At a press conference following initial engagements with leaseholders and... 

Engen and SuperSport United, join the PinkDrive to raise cancer awareness in Cape Town

10th April 2018 Engen and their football partners SuperSport United, along with PinkDrive have joined forces to highlight the plight of men and women fighting cancer. The Engen and SuperSport United Breast Cancer Awareness PinkDrive takes place opposite the taxi rank at the Liberty Promenade Mall on AZ Berman... 

Engen launches Phola Park in KwaMhlanga

9th April 2018 The people of Phola Park, Mpumalanga are reaping the benefits of 24-hour 1 Plus convenience offered by the all new Engen Phola Park Convenience Centre, which officially opened on 15 March 2018.   Engen Phola Park Convenience Centre is located at the entrance of the newly built Phola Mall on the... 

PSA, Romano merge to create largest corporate signage company in sub-Saharan Africa

By: Marleny Arnoldi     5th April 2018 Corporate signage manufacturer Premier Sayina Africa (PSA) and signage and solar solutions company Romano Signs have merged to create PSA Romano – the largest corporate signage company in sub-Saharan Africa.  

Engen’s Youth Development Programme shortlisted for the 2018 Sport Industry Awards

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th April 2018 Sport Industry Group brings the sport industry together through a series of world-class events, industry-leading editorial content and a genuinely unparalleled network of influential figures from across the international sporting landscape. They focus on three key pillars: Share, Connect and... 

Engen’s Theart is all Heart

19th March 2018 The social upliftment of the communities living around the Engen Klawer 1Stop is close to the heart of owner Don Theart.   Engen Klawer 1Stop is located on the N7 approximately 25km south of Vanrhynsdorp in the northern reaches of the Western Cape.   Believing it is crucial to give back to the... 

Engen partnership proves the power of support for emerging black entrepreneurs

14th March 2018 Unseating his prime competitor to become South Africa’s number one LPG market leader makes Easigas-Reatile Gaz chairman Simphiwe Mehlomakulu extremely proud.   But arguably more proud are his partners at Engen, who Mehlomakulu credits with helping position his black-owned and managed company as a... 

Western Cape EMSS awards their top graduates

5th March 2018 Engen’s Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) held an awards ceremony held at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology on Saturday, March 3rd to celebrate the outstanding results of their top graduates.   Overall, the EMSS matric class of 2017 attained an impressive 94% pass rate, with the Cape... 

KwaZulu-Natal learners beat out the competition in Engen Maths and Science Schools class of 2017

22nd February 2018 The personal success of the two top learners nationally in the Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) Class of 2017 will be South Africa’s gain, as the pair chase their dreams of becoming an actuary and a doctor.   The hard slog was all their own, admit Makyle Naidoo and Nokwenama Gumede, but... 

SNC-Lavalin awarded Engen refinery shutdown contract

By: Schalk Burger     21st February 2018 SNC-Lavalin has been awarded a $12.4-million contract for the February 2018 refinery turnaround at the Engen crude refinery, in Durban, for Engen Petroleum. The scope of work on this project involves the planning, preparation and execution of all mechanical activities on the North Complex and... 

Engen helped secure our success, say star Western Cape matrics

20th February 2018 Four standout Western Cape matriculants, all named among the top 50 in the province, say they have Engen’s Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) to thank for helping put them firmly on the path to career success.   Huda Adams, Shazia Amoo, Meeka-El Hendricks and Zakiyyah Petersen, began their tertiary... 

Engen and football partners SuperSport United inspire grassroots football in Bloemfontein

20th February 2018 Engen, South Africa’s leading petroleum brand*, and football partners SuperSport United continued to give back to local communities when they hosted a coaching clinic for 60 children at Brebner High School on Friday, 09 February 2018. SuperSport United Academy coaches, headed by the club’s... 

Sacrifice for your studies, top Gauteng matric advises class of 2018

15th February 2018 Gauteng’s top Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) 2017 matriculant Esther Shuping had two secret weapons to ensure her success – her mother Puleng Shuping and the brilliant EMSS teachers who helped her secure a clean sweep of straight As.   And although Esther begun her B. Pharmacy studies at... 

Lotus River learner takes top honours in the Western Cape

15th February 2018 Claremont High School matriculant Uri Engelbrecht did it for the Western Cape when he was named the third best performer nationally - and tops in the province – beating out more than 550 other Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) participants.   Aged just 17, the Lotus River learner attributes... 

Eastern Cape matric walks the long road to his dream job

14th February 2018 Eastern Cape matriculant Lutho Jimana did not let his long daily walk to school, his overcrowded home where it was difficult to study, nor financial constraints due to his mother’s unemployment get in the way of studying towards his childhood dream job.   This month Lutho began his studies at... 

Engen Refinery to undergo planned routine maintenance

6th February 2018 Engen Refinery, South Africa’s second largest oil refinery, is set to undergo planned maintenance. Starting on 5 February 2018, this scheduled activity forms part of the refinery’s ongoing maintenance programme and will run for 45 days until 30 March 2018. Jehan Zaib, General Manager of the Engen... 

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