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Female Crew leader aspires to be a nurse

Female Crew leader aspires to be a nurse

Type 2 Crew Leader, Mpho Kgole, of Ditholo Team in Hammanskraal is now a qualified auxiliary nurse after completing her theatre training at Louis Pasteur Hospital recently in Pretoria. Mpho used some of the monthly stipend she gets from the WOF programme to pay...

Education is my only weapon left

Education is my only weapon left

“ Finally I am writing my matric examinations later this year. It has been a turbulent and trying journey. My mother does not have matric. I am honouring her by completing what she always wanted me to do,’’ said Elsie Molahlegi, a Type 2 Crew Leader at Roodeplaat...

Normandien Team conducts fuel load reduction

Normandien Team conducts fuel load reduction

The Normandien Team and its partners conducted fuel load reduction at the Woodburn Farm to help prevent potential fires from spreading. The team also cleaned the road near the farm and cleared trees which were making it hard to use the road. Normandien Base Manager,...

A poem dedicated to all women

A poem dedicated to all women

Let me air my views regarding a woman in this Women’s Month. A woman changes her name, Changes her home, Leaves her family, Moves in with you, Builds a home with you. Even the kids she delivers bear your name. Everything she does – cooking, cleaning, taking care of...

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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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