AfrikaBurn 2023: 24 to 30 April

Department of Public Works Update #1 2017

Our DPW crew has been hard at work on site, building that city we’re all clamoring to get back to. They’ve already started grafting on the streetlamps and toilets, but why not hear it directly from the crew lead H:
 

 
Here’s the pictures she was talking about in that little snippet:

Cargo Container with Crane

All this and a Giant Vuvuzela.

Who Needs a Ladder?

Cargo Container with Crane #2

DPW Handbooks have Arrived, with 50 Crew on Site

Our Site Office & Joint Operations Centre

Even Crew Dogs Get a Medic

Cranes are Fun

 
We’ll follow up with more multimedia updates from the desert, shortly. Leave your messages in the comments section below, and we’ll get them out to your leading crew of dust devils – the guys and gals who slave in the sun to make sure you feel home when you get there!
Pics and Media from H, 
Paini Slove


Want to learn more about what DPW is exactly? Check out their participation page here. 

Want to read a heartfelt Tankwa Tale about how DPW changes lives and people? This blog post by H is the one. 

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