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North West Drivers Training Camp

North West Drivers Training Camp

The Working on Fire drivers in the North West Province attended a five day Yellow Card Training Camp at SA Lombard Nature Reserve from 7 December to the 11 December 2015. In the first day of the training camp, vehicle managers learned about road signs regulations,...

Team lends a helping hand to community

Team lends a helping hand to community

The Western Cape Limietberg team  filled  the Limietberg Bosdorp Nature Reserve, community dam with 3000 litres of  water as they suffered a loss due to the dry and windy conditions in the area. With the help of Cape Nature, hosting partner of Working on Fire...

I am a hero beacuse of Working on Fire

I am a hero beacuse of Working on Fire

Naledi and Vaalkop teams in the North West Province welcomed back their crew members Boipuso Mthimkhulu and Joas Matlapeng who were part of the South African team deployed in Indonesia to help fight raging fires. Matlapeng received many heartfelt and inspiring notes...

Early start to preventing wild fires

Early start to preventing wild fires

Working on Fire with Nkandla Municipality under Fire and Disaster Management with uThungulu Disaster District recently had a refresher fire safety workshop in the community of Nkandla. The refresher workshop looked at a method to assess the level of risk, how to...

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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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