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Rising above her disability

Rising above her disability

Restoring dignity is one of the key messages of Working on Fire, and through this key message WOF has changed a lot of lives across the country. Twenty-five-year-old Alettah Mbabala is one of the participants whose life changed for the better since she joined the WOF...

Programme helping me to finish studies

Programme helping me to finish studies

Thabo Makola’s dream of becoming a sound engineer was cut short when he could not pay his tuition fees. “I did not have R2 000 to pay my tuition fee for the final two modules to complete my National Diploma in Sound Engineering at the University of South Africa,” says...

Ready to tackle invasive alien plants

Ready to tackle invasive alien plants

A Training Officer in Gauteng, Happy Mpandeli, reports that alien invasive plant species like pompom and lantana are dangerous and are a threat to vegetation. “We have t rained 95 herbicide applicators to mitigate these alien plants this year as they grow a lot...

Driver passionate about safety

Driver passionate about safety

Many of our Working On Fire participants strive to become the best they can be. Thabiso Ditibane is one of our participants who has not only managed to be promoted as a WOF driver but is also doing his utmost to further his studies. Funded by his earnings, Ditibane...

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Social Development

Through our Social Development initiatives,
we make a difference in the lives or our participants
as well as the communities around our bases.

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17 years of Successful Partnerships

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.

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