Ndzundza Kamabhoko Tribal Council sponsorship

FFS Refiners and Wardens Cartage CC proudly contributed towards the Ndzundza Kamaboko Tribal Council’s youth development program in Embalenhle, Mpumalanga. FFS assisted with the construction of a youth centre which included electrical installations, office equipment as well as internet connectivity.  Wardens sponsored six laptops and accessory equipment. According to Chief PM Mahlangu, the tribal authority

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FFS Refiners supports Skills Development!

FFS Refiners (Pty) Ltd has been one of the sponsors of the Tongaat branch of PROTEC which is based in Kwa-Zulu Natal for over 15 years.  PROTEC is a non-profit organisation that provides extra mathematics and science tuition as well as teaches life skills development to learners who excel from previously disadvantaged communities. As part

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Port of Cape Town Customer Appreciation

PORT OF CAPE TOWN CUSTOMER APPRECIATION THE PORT OF CAPE TOWN CONGRATULATES FFS REFINERS ON “KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON” DURING THE 2021 UNREST IN KZN & GAUTENG. FFS Refiners, one of the Port of Cape Town’s liquid bulk terminal operators, was established in 1974. They are a provider of unique hydrocarbon solutions and currently have

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Message from the CEO’s Desk

Despite the many setbacks to our business over the past 2 years, brought on largely due to the Covid19 pandemic and the closure of several South African Oil refineries, FFS Refiners’ performance has been resilient, and we are extremely grateful to our dedicated team for making this happen. We approach 2022 with cautious optimism.

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FFS CEO responds to allegations in Sunday press

I am writing to you in response to articles published in the Sunday Times and Sunday World last Sunday, 26 September, in which Mkhuseli Faku, a director of and Chairman of the Board of FFS Refiners is cited as having an indirect interest in two companies FFS Refiners Pty Ltd and Kepu Trading and further accusing FFS Refiners of colluding with Kepu Trading in relation to our dealings with Eskom.

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