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KZN scores a hat-trick with top three EMSS School performers

15th January 2019 Engen have announced the top learners for 2018 who attended the Engen Maths & Science School (EMSS) programme, and revealed that the matric EMSS class of 2018 attained an impressive 93% pass rate against the national pass rate of 78.2%. The EMSS programme offers additional Maths, Science and... 

Engen backs Caring4Girls feminine hygiene initiative

12th December 2018 Engen has donated R2.5 million to Caring4Girls, which provides female learners with sanitary towels to help keep them in school during their monthly cycles.  Caring4Girls is an Imbumba Foundation's initiative and currently reaches 750,000 girls throughout South Africa. It aims to support... 

Engen gets storm-damaged schools ship-shape for 2019

6th December 2018 Engen has come to the rescue of five Durban schools severely damaged in storms by committing R1 million to effect repairs critical to the safety, comfort and security of pupils and teachers.  “Engen turned our darkness into light,” says Colin Chand, principal of Collingwood Primary in Wentworth,... 

Engen sponsors fuel for Global Citizen Mandela 100 fly-over

3rd December 2018 A generous fuel contribution from Engen Petroleum made the spectacular SAA fly-over at the Global Citizen Mandela 100 Festival on December 2nd possible. The Engen fuelled SAA Airbus A340-600 flew over the packed FNB stadium with the message “Global Citizen – Be the legacy – Nelson Mandela... 
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Climate change threatens to make your morning brew more expensive

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Ghosn ouster from Renault nears as France abandons car titan

France is turning on Carlos Ghosn almost two months after his arrest in Tokyo, eliminating one of the executive’s last potential allies within the global auto alliance he has held together for almost two decades. The French government has called for Ghosn’s dismissal as chairman and chief... 
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