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Young participant eager to further his studies

Young participant eager to further his studies

“Education is the key to success and with education the sky is the limit,” said Tandisile Xoshomba a fire fighter who has registered with PE College to further his studies. Xoshomba is a young man from the Addo base in the Eastern Cape who joined the WoF family last...

Wetlands Day in Western Cape

Wetlands Day in Western Cape

WoF in the Western Cape together with South African National Parks, CapeNature and the Thembalethu Community members celebrated World Wetlands Day by hosting a wetlands and fire awareness campaign for 60 Tyholora Primary School children and facilitators. The day was...

#BeFireSafe workshops after fires

#BeFireSafe workshops after fires

Following the recent Hawston Fire that took place, the Working on Fire (WoF) Western Cape, Fire Awareness Department conducted a fire safe workshop for 12 Early Childhood Development teachers from the Hawston community, at the Overstrand Thusong Centre. Fire Awareness...

WoF made my dream come true

WoF made my dream come true

Prior to joining Working on Fire, Christinah Raboroko was unemployed and envied her friends who were working and didn’t know if her dream of owning a car would ever come true. She joined WoF as a firefighter at Tzaneen in 2007 and in 2009 she was given an opportunity...

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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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