Sasol Engineer Celebrates Award for a Decade of Service in Secunda, Mzansi Stans Man’s Dedication to Job

Sasol Engineer Celebrates Award for a Decade of Service in Secunda, Mzansi Stans Man’s Dedication to Job

  • An excited Sasol engineer got a long service award after dedicating years of his life to the company
  • The Sasol staff member, John Maseko, was proud to share his achievement on social media, which gained some attention from netizens
  • John Maseko express how far he came from when he first arrived at Sasol in Secunda with no experience

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John Maseko is happy with his job at Sasol and celebrated winning an award with the company. The engineer has been with Sasol for most of his career, and the company showed its appreciation.

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John Maseko, an engineer at Sasol, celebrated his long Service Award working for the company in Secunda. Image: Twitter/@mjoniya_j
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John Maseko reflected on how quickly time passed in his career at Sasol. The professional engineer was met with various reactions for being with one company for so long.

Sasol engineer celebrated 10 years at Sasol and being in the Engineering Council of South Africa

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John Maseko shared his long service award from Sasol. The engineer has been with the company for ten years, and John could not be more proud. John also displayed his certificate, which shows he is part of the Engineering Council of South Africa.

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A Durban-based mechanical engineer, Mr Dlamini, explained that being a part of the Engineering Council is not an easy feat. Mr Dlamini said:

"The process to join the council can be said to be on par with becoming a chartered accountant or being a member of the bar for lawyers, or even becoming an actuary or doctor."
John Maseko's Sasol award, Certificate in Engineer Council of South Africa
The certificate John Maseko was awarded proves his expertise as an engineer in South Africa. Image: Twitter/@mjoniya_j
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Mr Dlamini said that John Maseko went through "a long and rigorous process that takes many years and is reserved for individuals who work for a particular recognized organization."

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Mzansi loves to see people succeed at work, and Saffas were impressed by John's perseverance. Many congratulated John on his achievement, while some were amazed that he stayed with Sasol in Secunda for a decade.

@MohaleMotaung_ commented:

"You've been working there since 2002? Time flies."

@Thee_Cherri commented:

"For 10 days, you’ve voluntarily lived in Secunda? Yoh"

@nolwee commented:

"Smell se mali."

@Ntombikayise_x commented:

"Where the money resides."

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