People’s faces in Kysna community are presently telling a story of a hard night wrestling a fire that they probably underestimated or did not see coming. At least, 10 000 people out of the 77 000 communities members in Kynsa have been safely evacuated after runaway fires engulfed the area. People in several areas in the
Overview Climbers are not known for eagerly conforming to rules or standards. Quite the opposite, in fact. One result of this approach to life is a wide variance in, and rabid defense of, personal climbing styles. Some mountaineers prefer a light-and-fast approach, carrying as little as possible, while others bring the kitchen sink along. Just
“Education is the key to success and without education life is never easy,” says Mlungisi Ndamase, a former firefighter from Port St. Johns (PSJ) in the Eastern Cape. Ndamase grew up in the rural area of Port St. Johns and has always been eager to better his life. “I matriculated in 2003 at Port St.
Working on Fire in the Free State held its annual Yellow Card Training Camp (YCTC) at Moolmanshoek, near Clarens in the Free State. The two-week camp took place at two venues, Moolmanshoek and Jimmy Roos School, near Dewetsdorp. In total, 597 Working on Fire participants from 22 teams in the Free State underwent an intensive
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