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Elegant Fuel’s proud and colourful connection with George Mokwena began in 2020 when he posted a picture on his Twitter page of a painting he had done of an Elegant Fuel petrol station. The post quickly gained momentum and soon there was stiff competition to buy the beautiful artwork. It is now on display at the Elegant Fuel Lephalale station.
In August this year, we cheekily said that you will feel the earth move when we started construction at the Elegant Fuel Garsfontein site in Gauteng, one of several sites where the earth literally was moved to expand the Elegant Fuel footprint.
We think, really, that we’ve moved the earth in many places and in many ways this year.
You may not know the name Geronay Whitebooi, but this 25-year-old athlete from Gqeberha (formerly known as Port Elizabeth) has officially qualified for the 2021 Summer Olympics, due to take place in Tokyo later this month. And Elegant Fuel has been throwing its weight and its bulk tankers behind this talented judoka for more than three years.
Social media can be a powerful tool for good and can amplify messages and reach people physically far removed from your life and surroundings. One way to get the attention of an organisation with a social media following larger than yours is by tagging it in your posts.
The Elegant Group is happy to announce that it has been awarded a level 1 broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) rating certificate for 2021. The exciting news of the level 1 retention came on 19 April 2021, placing the Elegant Group in good stead among industry peers.
Understanding how the quality of the fuel you put into your car affects the engine is extremely important. Here’s a breakdown of all the issues you need to consider when filling up your tank.
Elegant cares about our country and you, the people we serve. This Dezemba, we want you to travel safely, so here are our top tips.
Even though we’re still in level 1 lockdown, and uniting to fight a pandemic, we still want to be with our loved ones, or travel to go on holiday - so we’re expecting busy roads.