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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.


“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.


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. 


The Engen Computer School has been transforming lives in South Durban for 13 years and is fast approaching 2 500 graduates who have had their prospects of finding employment enhanced after receiving the basic computer skills training offered by the school. 


Engen, in partnership with Leap Africa, is upskilling its Engen Maths and Science School (EMSS) teachers to prepare them for our rapidly evolving digital world. 

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