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Community says “No more unwanted fires”

The Sheepmore community assured Working on Fire (WoF) that there would be no unwanted veld fires across their area. They said that during the Provincial fire awareness campaign that took place at Sheepmore community hall on Friday (5 Jine2015), where the Community...

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WoF applauded by Government

The Working on Fire programme continued to receive recognition and praise from various government departments during their recent Budget Votes in Parliament. This was evident during the Departments’ of Environmental Affairs, Public Works and Agriculture, Fisheries and...

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Eastern Cape ready for fire season

Eastern Cape ready for fire season

The Eastern Cape officially launched their Winter Fire Season in spectacular style at the Stutterheim Airfield on the 5 June 2015. Various stakeholders from the Fire Protection Associations, landowners like forestry companies and government and the media attended the...

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EPWP adds value to communities

Pretoria – Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi says the improved public awareness of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) is due to the value it adds in the communities. EPWP is a flagship programme to fight poverty and unemployment through the provision of short...

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Instant self-defense for WoF beneficiaries

Instant self-defense for WoF beneficiaries

  South Africa is a beautiful country, yet like any other country it is faced with many challenges, violence against women is one of those challenges. The Working on Fire Training Academy subscribes to no violence against women, it is for this reason that the...

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WoF Commercial Operations Project

WoF Commercial Operations Project on the N3 Toll Road between Cedara and Lions River, 20km both sides of the road. Extremely dangerous work with the heavy traffic flow. Burning together with the eThekwini Team and the KZN Programme assistance. Completing this...

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Community ready for fire season

Community ready for fire season

The KwaZulu-Natal Working on Fire Communications Cluster conducted a fire awareness campaign in eThekwini, Inanda in the Amatata community on 13 June. The KZN Community Fire Awareness Officer, Makhosi Dladla, said the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries...

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MD Message June 2015

MD Message June 2015

Following the worst winter fire season in seven years in 2014, many specialists expect that there will be an increased risk of veld and forest fires, given the current long term weather forecast for the provinces currently in their winter fire season. I want to urge...

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Community better prepared for fire season

Community better prepared for fire season

Kokstad was one of the areas most hit by fires during the 2014 winter fire season. Fires ravaged properties, homes, cattle and there was loss of lives. Working on Fire organised a fire awareness campaign for Kokstad targeting land owners and farm workers. Makhosi...

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Kwa-Zulu Natal Happy Earth Festival

Kwa-Zulu Natal Happy Earth Festival

KwaZulu-Natal Working on Fire participated in the Annual Happy Earth Festival at the National Botanical Gardens. This event attracts more that 1000 scholars in and around Pietermaritzburg. The two day long festivals’ core objective is to connect kids to nature. The...

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