Living the values and making a difference

6 December, 2017

Living the values and making a difference

6 Dec,2017Profiles, WoFire News

The Maropeng Team, based on the West Rand in Gauteng, received high praise from the Mogale.

City Municipality for assisting communities in this town to rebuild homes destroyed by a tornado recently.

Ward Councillor Victor Molefe said in a statement that the Maropeng Team had made a huge difference in the lives of the informal community in Orient Hills.

“You brought hope back to the community after they lost almost everything in the heavy storm. Your contribution has not gone unnoticed and we would like to thank you for your help,” Molefe said.

The initiative to improve the lives of the residents and communities that were affected by the tornado in Mogale City is a clear example of how the Maropeng Team has lived the Working on Fire value of ‘Making a Difference’.

Well done to the Maropeng Team!

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