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WOF demonstrates services at Letaba Show

Working on Fire Limpopo’s communications cluster attended the Letaba Show, the most well attended show in the Mopani District. The Letaba Show targets all age groups in the communities of the surrounding areas. WOF was given an opportunity to exhibit by the Letaba...

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KZN men march against the abuse of women

The KwaZulu-Natal Working on Fire Albert Falls and Umngeni Teams participated in the Ngiyendoda Emadodeni Men’s March which took place in the Pietermaritzburg City Centre. The march was organised by the KZN Social Development Practitioner, Hloniphile Ndlovu, to...

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Dispatcher breaks stereotypes

Type 3 Dispatcher Makhosazana Nhlapo is using carpentry skills acquired in the programme to generate extra income. She saved her monthly stipends to purchase tools to kick-start the project which she believes will uplift her. During her time off, she builds wardrobes...

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Former participant lands new job

Lulama Mabhe recently exited positively from the programme after serving as a firefighter at the Krugersdorp Team. She is now a security officer at Cook Mine 2 in Randfontein in the West Rand. Mabhe says Working on Fire has served as a stepping stone in advancing her...

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Workshop seeks to simplify daily operation

Shane Christian, the newly appointed Working on Fire National General Manager, recently visited Working on Fire Free State provincial staff to engage with, train and provide additional information about the Working on Fire programme. The three-day workshop included a...

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Participant’s rapid rise to the top

Thabo Moiloa possesses an inspirational story of how persistence, hard work and a little bit of luck can open doors that you never thought would open. Moiloa joined Working on Fire in June 2004 as a firefighter in the Qwa Qwa team in the Eastern Free State. This...

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Participants fly the WOF flag at Marathon

The Sun to Sun half marathon race was presented by the Nedbank Fast Legs Running Club. Runners competing in the half marathon event begin the scenic route at 08h00 at the Black Mountain Hotel and finish at Mbabana Stadium in Thaba’Nchu. This race was introduced...

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Former firefighter now field ranger

Working on Fire prides itself in providing unemployed youth from disadvantaged communities with skills that improve their employability. The success of the programme is proven by the regular numbers of former WOF participants who land jobs either in...

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