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South Durbanites graduate from Engen’s Computer School

24th May 2019 The Engen Computer School in Wentworth held a graduation ceremony in Austerville on 22 May where 67 proud community members received certificates for completing an end user computing course. Over the past decade, Engen’s free computer skills training school has transformed many lives in South... 

Husband and wife team fuel Cape Town

20th May 2019 Phumla and Songezo Nayo are a testament to hard work paying off.  The married couple, who entered the fuel industry, with no prior experience were committed and absolutely determined to make their new business work. Today the Nayo’s are the proud owners of not one, but two Engen petrol stations,... 

Engen supports Caring4Girls at Sinenjongo High School

16th May 2019 Sinenjongo High School in Joe Slovo Park, Milnerton is one of 30 schools to benefit from Engen’s R2.5 million cash injection to the Imbumba Foundation’s Caring4Girls programme.   Caring4Girls visited the Cape Town school this month to provide female learners with sanitary towel packs to help keep... 

Engen Tugela 1Stop gets a new look

9th May 2019 Following an extensive 8-month, multimillion Rand revamp, motorists passing through KwaZulu-Natal, can now experience modern and inviting convenience facilities when traveling along the N3, both North and Southbound. Engen Tugela 1Stop, which operates 24/7, is centrally located between... 
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City of Cape Town replaces old swing bridge at V&A Waterfront

Designer SMEC South Africa and construction contractor Stefanutti Stocks Coastal have progressed in its work to replace the old swing bridge at the V&A Waterfront that connects the Pierhead and the Clock Tower precincts. The massive structure that is 42 m long and 4 m wide will need to be... 

Land Bank economist warns of increasing risk of African swine fever

South African meat producers are likely to continue facing challenges this year, says Land Bank agricultural economist Karabo Takadi. One of the biggest likely challenges is that the risk profile for the outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) was increasing, posing a potential risk to stakeholders... 
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