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Ex-Firefighter praises fire awareness unit

Ex-Firefighter praises fire awareness unit

Pusetso Noosi credits skills acquired as a fire awareness presenter for helping her to secure a sales representative job with one of the leading insurance companies in the country. Noosi, who was a firefighter at the Wedela Team, has exited the programme and will soon...

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Clarens Team donates vegetables to community

Clarens Team donates vegetables to community

The beautiful town of Clarens is surrounded by majestic mountains and is only a stone’s throw away from the Golden Gate National Park. The town boasts numerous museums, art galleries and fine restaurants for visitors to enjoy. But Clarens is also home to some of the...

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Ready for University studies

Ready for University studies

Anna Matlou has been accepted in the faculty of education at the University of Mpumalanga to study for a Bachelor of Education degree in Foundation Phase on a part-time basis next year. Matlou, a mother of two who joined the Orogramme in 2012 and works in the Ditholo...

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Kwazulu-Natal Working on Fire HAT refreshes their skills

Kwazulu-Natal Working on Fire HAT refreshes their skills

The KwaZulu-Natal eThekwini and Injisuthi High Altitude Teams (HAT ) recently completed their annual refresher training at the HAT Monk’s Cow Base. The training consisted of bee and snake awareness, fitness tests – which includes pullups, sit-ups and push-ups – and...

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North West community urged to report abuse

North West community urged to report abuse

The North West Highveld Team hosted the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children awareness campaign at Ikageng Stadium, together with the Castello and Boskop Teams and various stakeholders. The teams started the day by marching through the...

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Abuse victims to get help

Abuse victims to get help

On 26 November 2016 the Winterton Team hosted the 16 days of Activism event at the Winterton Sports Ground. The team put on a netball and soccer tournament to attract youth, and invited community leaders to speak at the event. “We targeted teenagers as they are the...

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Participant buys himself new wheels

Participant buys himself new wheels

Aubrey Monareng is a Type 1 crew leader at Kgaswane Base who joined the Working on Fire Programme in 2010 as a firefighter. In 2011 he became the Type 2 crew leader at his base which motivated him to dream even bigger. He was selected to do a Type 1 crew leader course...

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