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FIRE TRUCK POWER FOR ST FRANCIS BAY

21 December 2021
Working on Fire (WoF), an Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) aimed at providing work opportunities to young men and women, donated a fire truck to the Kouga Municipality Fire Department in St Francis Bay. It will be used to help fight fires in the area, as well as to transport WoF teams to fire risk reduction and grass cutting sites. Kouga Fire Chief, Dewald Barnard (left), Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (third from left), and Kouga Municipal Manager, Charl du Plessis (right), receives the truck from WoF Eastern Cape General Manager, Phumza Dyanti (second from left).

Working on Fire (WoF), an Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) aimed at providing work opportunities to young men and women, donated a fire truck to the Kouga Municipality Fire Department in St Francis Bay. It will be used to help fight fires in the area, as well as to transport WoF teams to fire risk reduction and grass cutting sites. Kouga Fire Chief, Dewald Barnard (left), Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (third from left), and Kouga Municipal Manager, Charl du Plessis (right), receives the truck from WoF Eastern Cape General Manager, Phumza Dyanti (second from left).

Working on Fire (WoF), an Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) aimed at providing work opportunities to young men and women, donated a fire truck to the Kouga Municipality Fire Department in St Francis Bay. It will be used to help fight fires in the area, as well as to transport WoF teams to fire risk reduction and grass cutting sites. Kouga Fire Chief, Dewald Barnard (left), Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (third from left), and Kouga Municipal Manager, Charl du Plessis (right), receives the truck from WoF Eastern Cape General Manager, Phumza Dyanti (second from left).