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Bitou Municipality (Customer Care) 044 501 3174/5
14 August 2018

South Africa’s Toughest Firefighter Alive (TFA-SA)

Bitou Fire and Rescue Services

Bitou’s firefighting team participated in the “South Africa’s Toughest Firefighter Alive (TFA-SA)” event held at Roeland Street Fire Station, Cape Town on the 10-12 August 2018. The “Toughest Firefighter Alive”, is a competition specifically for firefighters, based on the international TFA competition based that is held biennially worldwide at the World Firefighter Games (WFG – World Championship) and annually in Germany (European Open).

The South African TFA Open 2018 competition is considered South Africa’s Premier Firefighter Challenge, was the 5th bi-annual running of the event. TFA-SA has the following objectives:

  • To promote a spirit of excellence in firefighters and produce firefighters who are able compete competitively on the international stage;
  • To equip firefighters to obtain skills that enable them to perform to the peak of their abilities, to continue to push the boundaries in delivering a better, high quality service;
  • To boost firefighters’ morale whilst promote the profession through media coverage; and
  • Promoting relationship building with previously disadvantaged communities.

For more details, visit www.fireandrescue.co and www.capetown.gov.za

In picture above (from left, back): Calvin Mabomba; Adriaan Swanepoel; Bongani Yawa; Fazel Ruiters; Greshin-Lin du Plessis; (from left, front) Lindi Zitshu; Dazell Marais;

Last published 04 February 2019