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Empowering Grade R learners with fire weather

Grade R learners at Tlou Piletjie Creche were graced by the presence of the WoF participants who visited their school to educate them about the fire weather which is also known as the Fire Danger Index?????. The participants targeted young learners because they...

KZN Wetlands Day

KZN Wetlands Day

Working on Fire was part of various fire safety awareness initiatives to jump start the pre-fire season activities in KwaZulu-Natal. WoF partnered with Women in Environment, Wetland projects, Recycling projects, Youth in Environment, Department of...

Life trials of a female crew leader

Life trials of a female crew leader

Type 1 Crew Leader at the Roodeplaat Team, Ntebo Kwenaite, a single mother was forced into the job market at an early age due to poverty and she recalls her struggling past before she joined Working on Fire. ‘‘No one in the house was working and I am the first born....

Caution: Stop alcohol abuse says FF

Caution: Stop alcohol abuse says FF

Everson Ngondo a father of two at the Maporeng Team in Gauteng said that alcohol abuse nearly drove him to the brink of facing serious financial woes. The 32 year old participant broke his silence on alcohol abuse to caution young people as it is one of the major...


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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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