Elegant Fuel moves hundreds of millions of litres of fuel annually, and it’s critical that this is done safely and on time. So when one of our truck drivers is recognised as the best in South Africa, it’s a really big deal for us.
Three students have won Elegant Fuel bursaries collectively valued at R270 000 to cover their studies for 2019. Musawenkosi Vilakazi, of Soweto, who will be studying towards a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting degree at the University of Johannesburg, was “excited and emotional” upon hearing the news of his bursary win, as his parents had been struggling to meet the cost of his tuition fees.
Nominations for Elegant Fuel's bursary initiative for the 2019 academic year are open, and there are two-and-a-half weeks left for you to nominate a deserving student. We'll be giving up to 12 students enrolled for qualifications in the engineering, accounting and marketing fields all-inclusive bursaries for their undergraduate or postgraduate studies.
A large part of Elegant’s success is thanks to its loyal customers – and to mark the company’s 10th birthday, it invited them to a special customer appreciation golf day at the Messina Golf Club in Musina on Saturday, 27 October.
Recent technological advances notwithstanding, the internal combustion engine is here to stay. And, with the latest massive fuel price increase just imposed on us, it’s not getting any cheaper to own a car.
Elegant invites people to change the way they think about fuel, and share videos of themselves dancing any dance, in any forecourt, anywhere in the country.
Elegant Fuel, a Limpopo-based company, has puts its money where its mouth by investing in the future of the learners from Milton Mpfumedzeni Secondary School
Elegant Fuel director and oil and energy expert Rocco Strydom, in conversation with Pretoria FM, explains that the consecutive fuel hikes South Africa experienced at the beginning of 2017 are likely to continue for some months to come.