135% B-BBEE Women Owned 
South Africa 


ZAS petroleum is a level 1 B-BBEE, 135% Black woman owned entity that specialises in trading of crude oil and petroleum products. We pride ourselves in offering efficient, service excellence through customised partnership solutions.

Stricter regulations introduced by the South African government on procurement of goods, present an opportunity for partnerships with a capable, credible B-BBEE company such as ZAS to facilitate trade.  This positions ZAS petroleum as an ideal company to partner with as it is a 135% level 1 B-BBEE woman and youth owned entity. ZAS petroleum has been awarder Top empowered company in 2017 in recognition of its contribution towards transformation by Impumelelo Top Empowered companies.


ZAS has a strong competitive advantage in that it has signed cooperation agreements with leading and trusted international petroleum products suppliers.

ZAS being an agile, resilient and responsive partner with optimised overheads offers its clients the following values:

  • Woman owned B-BBEE transformation benefits
  • Renowned industry expertise
  • Excellence and a fresh approach to Professionalism
  • Strategic Partnership opportunity to import and export product in South Africa
  • ZAS has a valid Wholesale licence granted by the controller of petroleum products in South Africa

Our People

ZAS is owned and operated by capable and extensively experienced women. ZAS' key success is attributed to its young, dynamic and vibrant leadership. Our team is made up of highly motivated staff that is energetic and always deliver what the client needs by paying attention to details. Meet the directors of ZAS

Managing Director
Siyamthanda Maya is a managing director of ZAS Petroleum with 14 years of energy industry experience. Siya is a seasoned business manager with petroleum trading and contracts management experience; who holds an MBA through the university of Stellenbosch.

The business premises are strategically located in Cape Town CBD, in close proximity to one of the biggest ports of entry in South Africa