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Engen pump attendant is an Ironman  

26th November 2021 Pump attendant Kura Mazongo smiles as he offers customers efficient service on the forecourt of Engen Mount Pleasant in Ggeberha.  But behind the humble Zimbabwean’s friendly demeanour lies a steely determination that has seen him conquer some of the most gruelling endurance events in sport  

Vitol agrees to buy rest of Vivo Energy in $2.3bn deal

25th November 2021 Trading giant Vitol Group agreed to buy Vivo Energy in a deal valuing the fuel retailer at about $2.3-billion. The deal will bring Vivo assets back in house for the oil trader, which sold shares in the retailer in 2018 in what was one of the biggest initial public offerings on the London Stock... 

Engen continues to fuel Gift of the Givers efforts to make a difference 

25th November 2021 Engen has committed a further R2 million worth of fuel to Gift of the Givers to help the non-governmental disaster response organisation bring hope and restore dignity to South Africa’s most vulnerable.   This brings Engen’s total fuel contribution to Africa’s largest disaster response... 

Engen and Caring4Girls visit Tsholomnqa High School in East London 

18th November 2021 Engen and Caring4Girls visited Tsholomnqa High School in Woodbrook, East London this month and handed out feminine hampers to 480 female learners.  Over October and November this year, a total of 5 768 female learners across South Africa received feminine hygiene hampers courtesy of a R1.25m... 
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Opinion: Is green hydrogen the fuel to drive South Africa’s future?

In this opinion article, Royal HaskoningDHV advisory group for energy transition director Gladys Nabagala writes that South Africa has significant potential to stimulate its economy by building a hydrogen export economy. 

Indigenous plant biofilters effectively remove pollutants from stormwater, researchers say

Biofilters with indigenous South African plants, such as palmiet, mat sedge, soft rush, cobra lily and vleibiesie, are significantly more efficient than unvegetated soils in removing nutrients and metals pollutants from urban stormwater, Stellenbosch University (SU) researchers say. The team... 
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