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Engen reflects on helping tomorrow’s leaders shine this Youth Month 

22nd June 2021 Unemployment, and especially youth unemployment, are arguably the most pressing issues facing our country. It is why Engen is firmly committed to playing its part in uplifting and creating opportunities for South Africa’s youth.  June being Youth Month allows Engen to reflect on the ongoing... 

Engen Diesel Club shows truckers some love 

21st June 2021 The Engen Diesel Club (EDC) is prioritising the needs of the trucking community this month by distributing hampers to long-haul drivers to maximise their comfort and safety whilst on the road.  Living the ethos of #Engencares, the EDC has prioritised driver safety and wellness for the trucking... 

Celebrating Youth – Armed with a plan and ambition sets Engen’s Anelisa on his way

17th June 2021 Youth Month allows Engen to reflect on the ongoing assistance it provides gifted South Africans like Anelisa Gazi who is fast developing into a business leader of tomorrow via the company’s graduate development programme.  Hailing from Khayelitsha in Cape Town, Anelisa matriculated from... 

Celebrating Youth – Knowing his why has shown Engen trainee how

17th June 2021 Youth Month allows Engen to reflect on the ongoing assistance it provides gifted South Africans like Inga Sityata who is fast developing into a business leader of tomorrow via the company’s graduate development programme.  The son of a domestic worker, Inga grew up in in small town known as... 
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Joburg Water tariff increase also meant to encourage water savings

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