Aganang Team celebrates Women’s Day in style

13 September, 2017

Aganang Team celebrates Women’s Day in style

13 Sep,2017Profiles, WoFire News

Selaelo Vincent Chepape is a Type 1Crew Leader at Molemole Base in Limpopo whose passion for saving lives and protecting the environment goes beyond fighting fires.

The WOF Aganang Team attended the Women’s Day celebration at the Ga-Mashamaite Tribal Community Centre in Moletjie in support of the stakeholders that they work with and also to raise awareness among community members.

“We saw it beneficial to support this worthy event and to salute the women that we have in the WOF programme who are holding the baton and leading strong teams,” says Elliot

Mokobodi, a Base Communications Representative at Aganang Base.

Apart from their presentation, the team also entertained the audience with dances and songs during the event.

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