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Ntshuxeko Masangu, a Social Development Practitioner, has been part of the WOF family for just over a year. She is a wife, mother and entrepreneur with a successful business in events co-ordination.
Fatima Gilbert is the Personal Assistant to our MD and has been part of the WOF family for 3 years. She is fiercely passionate about all she does and describes herself as tenacious and persistent. As a mother, she has instilled a sense of excellence in her family as work duties may require additional attention after hours, however, she maintains a healthy balance of mind and body, throughout it all. Fatima recently spoke at our annual Women’s Month Conference and shared about how she overcame COVID19 twice.
Luthfia Cader, a veteran within Working on Fire and has a thriving career, and is a devoted wife and mother. In our Annual Women’s Conference, Luthfia shared with us her definition of a woman in leadership in Working on Fire, in her compelling talk titled: “Defining Women in Leadership”
Lindiwe Shongwe is a Social Development Practitioner and has been part of the WOF family for just over a year. Lindiwe shared her story, titled “My strength as a woman, rising up”, at the annual Women’s Month Conference held earlier this month
The Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment’s Working on Fire programme will this evening, 10 August 2021, deploy 109 firefighters and management to the province of Manitoba in Canada to assist with firefighting efforts in that country. This is the...
Dr Piet-Louis has a PhD in Natural science (Geography: Wetland Hydrology) with 29 years' experience in wetland research, rehabilitation, protection, training and wise use. He has managed the implementation of projects within the Working for Wetlands Programme, as part...
The Working on Fire (WOF) programme, funded by the Department of Environment, Forestry, and Fisheries, will be reaching a milestone of having been in existence for 17 years during the month of September.