Mpumalanga’s Ground Operations Manager makes history

4 April, 2017

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Mpumalanga’s Ground Operations Manager makes history

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The Mpumalanga provincial office has welcomed the first female Ground Operations Manager (GOM), Thabiso Mohale.

Mohale worked as a regional manager in Limpopo for three years and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Limpopo.

She says although firefighting is a male-dominated industry, she was “ready to take the bull by the horns. WOF remains my second home and I am happy to be joining the Mpumalanga provincial office and looking forward to working together with teams.”

Mohale will manage the Highveld region while Bongani Nhlabathi, who has worked as a GOM for five years, will manage the Lowveld region.

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