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Engen’s new transport fleet – staying ahead of the game

9th March 2020 Engen, South Africa’s favourite petroleum brand*, has taken another step towards reducing its carbon footprint and meeting the needs of its current and future customers after adding 17 new Euro 5 vehicles to its bulk transport fleet. The 17 technologically-advanced Volvo vehicles, as well as 14... 

Ventersdorp farmer gets a birthday surprise

25th February 2020 Theunis Bouwer from Ventersdorp is the lucky recipient of a brand-new Massey Ferguson tractor, compliments of the Engen Win a Tractor competition.   The handover of the R465 000 tractor took place on 19 February at the Ventersdorp Hinterland Co-op. Bouwer, who purchased 800L of Engen’s Agritrac... 

Engen supports Gugulethu school for differently-abled learners

17th February 2020 As a company that cares deeply about the communities in which it operates, Engen is assisting a Gugulethu school for differently-abled learners. South Africa’s favourite fuel brand* has contributed therapy and sporting resources to Tembaletu School for Learners with Special Education Needs that... 

Medical school beckons for Athlone teen who topped Engen’s Maths & Science School

11th February 2020 Athlone’s Abdurahmaan Esau is a step closer to realising his dream of qualifying as a medical doctor; supported by South Africa’s favourite petroleum brand* Engen, the Rylands High School alumni recorded five distinctions in the 2019 matric examinations. This set of impressive results secured... 

Engen pledges the first R2.5m to help eradicate pit latrines at schools

7th February 2020 As a company that cares deeply about the communities in which it operates, Engen has heeded a call from government and pledged an initial R2.5 million in support of Sanitation Appropriate for Education (SAFE), which aims to eradicate pit latrines in schools across South Africa. Engen, South... 

Chemical Engineering beckons for Engen’s top Maths & Science learner

24th January 2020 Despite the daily challenge of self-doubt, Hillary Siphamandla Nxumalo persisted and manged to attain an impressive 90% matric aggregate – a result that has made him and his family extremely proud. Hailing from Orange Farm in Gauteng, and an attendee of the Engen Maths and Science School (EMSS)... 
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