engenEngen Petroleum is a South African oil company focusing on the downstream refined petroleum products market and related businesses. Engen also seeks to empower youth and offers Engen internships, Engen learnerships and Engen apprenticeships.

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Women’s Month serves as a reminder for Engen to celebrate the extraordinary roles of women in all spheres of society, as well as, remembering the iconic South African women that fought the struggle against Apartheid.

This Women’s Month, Engen celebrates 22-year-old Bontle Khambule who hails from Potchefstroom in the North West province. For Engen’s Bontle, Women's Month is a reminder of the enormous strength that women have.

Engen has partnered with the Disability Economic Empowerment Trust (DEET) to launch an artisan training programme for 100 people with disabilities that will assist them with the skills required to enter the job market.

“Youth Month is an opportunity to celebrate and amplify the voice of young people who can make an impact on the world…but we must strive for a supportive and inclusive environment!” This is the rallying cry of Engens' Thaba Tukela. 

“Youth month is an opportunity to highlight and focus on the leaders and innovators of tomorrow.” This is the view of Cameron Lupke, a passionate Human Resources trainee who grew up in the suburb of Rosehill in Durban and is one of 36 new trainees on the Engen Graduate Development Programme.

Athlone’s Mohamed Tawfeeq Adams believes that knowledge is power. “The late great Nelson Mandela said education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world, which is why I will never stop learning and challenging myself,” says the trainee data analyst based at Engen’s head office in Cape Town.

The inclusion of people with disabilities is a key focus area of Engen’s social investment, with all supported projects seeking to create sustainable value for all parties concerned. Amongst various success stories, Engen’s support of the Breede Valley Association of and for Persons with Disabilities (BVAPD) to drive a new skills-based project called WeMove is bearing fruit.

As a company that is passionate about progress, Engen has launched a new skills development and learnership programme aimed at boosting the job prospects for youth and unemployed South Durban Basin community members.

Sacrifice, Commitment and Dedication. This is what drove Engen Maths and Science School learner, Sibulele Natuse to bag a full house of 7 distinctions for matric and a coveted place to study Medicine at the University of Cape Town this year.

The Engen Computer School has capped another 70 graduates from South Durban whose basic computer skills qualification boosts their chances of finding employment. 

Engen and the Disability Economic Empowerment Trust (DEET) have joined forces to introduce a programme for 100 disabled persons to learn how to be artisans. With the first set of 17 trainee beneficiaries collaborating closely with the Department of Health and Disabled People SA, training got underway in Kwazulu-Natal this month.

One hundred persons with disabilities and their families are set to benefit from Engen’s R848 680 donation to the Breede Valley Association for Persons with Disabilities (APD) over the next three years.


It’s never too late to reach for the stars…just ask Wentworth local and Engen employee Tina Griffiths. A proud mother of three daughters, including a set of twins, and a grandmother of two, Tina recently graduated with a B.Tech degree in Human Resources at the age of 50.


In a move to help address artisan skills shortages in the wider petrochemical industry as well as high unemployment levels in the South Durban community, Engen has backed a two-year learnership programme that will provide full funding for 20 learners.




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