Engen Helps Zininzi Get Behind He Wheel

Contracting Tuberculous Meningitis as a 10-year-old may have left Zininzi Mpurwana paralysed but the go-getting East Londoner has refused to let her disability define who she is, choosing instead to use it to be more creative and content in her

TEARS Foundation enraged by the continued increase in gruesome rapes and murders of women in recent weeks

The killing of women is five times higher in South Africa than the global average – with South Africa having the fourth-highest female interpersonal death rate out of the 183 countries listed by the World Health Organization (WHO). Non-profit organisation,

Engen continues to fuel Gift of the Givers efforts to make a difference

Engen has committed a further R2 million worth of fuel to Gift of the Givers to help the non-governmental disaster response organisation bring hope and restore dignity to South Africa’s most vulnerable. This brings Engen’s total fuel contribution to Africa’s

Sustainable SMME job creation in Richards Bay as South32 and Blossom Care Solutions join forces in the fight against period poverty

South32 Hillside Aluminium smelter (Richards Bay, KwaZulu Natal) has partnered with Blossom Care Solutions to establish a small sanitary pad factory that will assist local schoolgirls and young women in the fight against period poverty, while also setting up a

MANCOSA LAUNCHES GREEN LEGACY GARDEN AT KZN SCHOOL

The Infinity Green Legacy Garden project, an initiative aimed at tackling food security and unemployment was launched on Wednesday, 24 November 2021 by private higher education institution, MANCOSA. The project, in partnership with Fundisa Abantu, a non-governmental organisation, and Greenvale