ENGEN has appointed Tebogo Mosehla as their managing director in Lesotho, with his focus being to grow and strengthen the business in the country.
Feb. 21, 2022
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Engen Lesotho appoints new MD
Engen Garage in Maseru
- Tebogo Mosehla's focus will be to grow and strengthen business in Lesotho
- In the past he was responsible for Business Development in Engen’s Commercial division
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“I’m passionate about making a positive difference to the Lesotho community through Engen’s CSR programmes, innovation and people capability development,” comments Mosehla, who began Engen in 2010 when he joined as an Internal Auditor.
In 2012 he took up the role of Risk Manager for Engen’s businesses outside of South Africa, playing a critical role in localising policies and improving governance in a number of sub-Sharan countries.
Mosehla later moved to Commercial sales where he focused on strengthening customer relationships and aligning Engen’s teams in various countries to ensure seamless delivery processes. In his most recent position, Mosehla was responsible for Business Development in Engen’s Commercial division.
Based on this proven track record of success, Engen’s General Manager of Commercial and International Business, Drikus Kotze, is excited by Mosehla’s appointment.
“I have no doubt that Engen Lesotho’s business will benefit from Mosehla’s leadership qualities and considerable experience as well as his relentless energy and positive outlook,” says Kotze.
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Engen currently operates a retail network of over 230 service stations spread across Botswana, DRC, eSwatini, Lesotho, Mauritius and Namibia. In Lesotho they operate 10 sites and a further 17 branded commercial retailers.
The company also focuses on the commercial fuels and lubricants sectors in these countries, as well as having reseller agreements for lubricants in several other sub-Saharan African countries. Industry News