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Engen kits out Sir Lowry’s Pass Primary School’s drummies

19th July 2019 To raise morale at Sir Lowry’s Pass Primary School, Principal Charlton De Morney reached out to local businesses to help raise funds for uniforms and props (pom poms, flags, maces and batons) for the school’s new drum majorette squad. Heeding the call, Engen Helderberg Convenience Centre... 

First in my family to own a car, says lucky winner

18th July 2019 Congratulations to Msizi Mkhwanazi one of four lucky winners of a brand new 1.4 VW Polo Vivo in Engen’s “Ditch the Cold and Catch the Cool competition”. The brand-new VW Polo Vivo was handed over at Engen Alton in Richards Bay this month to an ecstatic Msizi, who is the first person in his family... 

Ulundi Grandad wins a 1.4 Polo Vivo for his granddaughter

4th July 2019 Congratulations to Johnson B Sibiya, the first of four lucky winners in Engen’s “Ditch the cold and catch the cool competition”. Johnson gifted his new car to his granddaughter, Sinezelwe Sine Sibiya. The brand-new Polo Vivo was handed over at Engen Ulundi Convenience Centre in Kwa-Zulu Natal on... 

Engen helps Seluleko Shabalala beat the odds

20th June 2019 Amidst the scourge of unemployment in our country, Seleleko Shabala has landed her first job thanks to the four-month computer skills training course she attended at the Engen Community Computer Training Centre in Wentworth, South Durban. Over the past decade, Engen’s free computer skills... 
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DBSA issues statement on departure of Breytenbach as IPP Office head

Below is the full statement, released by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), following news that Karen Breytenbach had been asked to leave her post as head of the Independent Power Producers Office. 

Global growth to remain subdued, says IMF

While global economic growth is expected to remain subdued, at 3.2%, this year, the International Monetary Fund’s latest edition of the ‘World Economic Outlook (WEO)’ points to anticipated growth of 3.4% for sub-Saharan Africa. With global growth expected to pick up to 3.5% in 2020, sub-Saharan... 
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