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Crew Leader inspires her team to greatness

Elvina Saal is a Crew Leader with a difference! On a daily basis she continues to inspire her teammates with inspirational thoughts and always leads from the front. Her fellow team members says about Elvina that she always approaches her job in a professional manner...

Female fire fighter excels on the fire line

Female fire fighter excels on the fire line

Female firefighter, Anna Mahlangu (28), a mother of one son and a breadwinner in her family from the Belfast Team said that the annual Yellow Card Training made her confident to suppress fires during this fire season. “I am a very proud of being a female fire...

Women should not be victims of abuse

Women should not be victims of abuse

Nosi Lomile is a Crew Leader at the Clarens Team in the Eastern Free State. She joined Working on Fire in 2011 and a year later she attended a crew leader course which she passed. She said Women’s Month is important to her as a female leader because women...

MD Message August 2015

MD Message August 2015

The national theme for Women’s Month this year is, “Women United in Moving South Africa Forward”. To this end we are extremely proud of the fact that the WoF Programme is one of government’s most successful EPWP programmes which has created work opportunities for many...


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.

Working on Fire Aviation

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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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