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Engen supports Education in Nelson Mandela Bay

12th October 2017 For the third year running, Engen participated in the Mayoral Charity Golf Day at the Port Elizabeth Golf Club, and contributed R100 000 to the Community Chest. Held on 6 October, the 12th Mayoral Charity Golf Day was spearheaded by the Mark Headbush Foundation, in partnership with the Community... 

Win a trip to Monaco by putting a little F1 in your tank

12th October 2017 To celebrate the launch of the new advanced energy formula Engen Primax Unleaded, South Africa’s favourite petrol brand* is offering four lucky couples the chance of winning a trip for two to the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix in May 2018. The Monaco Grand Prix, dating back to 1929, is one of the... 

Engen Helderberg Convenience Centre is Open for Business

11th October 2017 The people of Somerset West will benefit from the 24-hour services on offer at the all new Engen Helderberg Convenience Centre, which opened on 5 October 2017.   Engen Helderberg Convenience Centre is located on the corner of Sir Lowry Road and Schapenberg Road in Somerset West and offers... 

In celebration of Transport Month this October, Engen Petroleum is taking their annual

10th October 2017 Driver Wellness programme to Gauteng, offering free health screenings for truck drivers at Engen Truck Stops.   As part of Engen’s Driver Wellness Initiative, all truck drivers are invited to receive voluntary health screenings at: Engen Market Gateway, Majorie Street, City Deep on October 17th... 
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McKinsey 'embarrassed' by failings in South Africa scandal

McKinsey said on Tuesday it was embarrassed by errors it made while working with South African utility Eskom on a R1.6-billion contract that is being investigated by Parliament and police over allegations of fraud. Privately-held McKinsey, the world's largest management consultancy, said it had... 

SARB cautious about more rate cuts

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is taking a cautious approach to monetary policy as risks to the inflation outlook are on the upside, deputy governor Daniel Mminele said. South Africa's consumer price inflation stood at 4.8% year-on-year in August. Statistics South Africa is due to publish... 
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