03 August 2015
By Helen Bamford
Cape Town – When Bradley Wana was a young boy growing up in Nyanga, he often looked up at Table Mountain and imagined what it was like to be there.
“It was so beautiful. I always loved the mountain but never dreamt I would work there one day.
“I was going to be a reverend but this is so much better.”
After joining Table Mountain National Park in 2004 as part of the Expanded Public Works Programme, Wana got a full-time position two years later.
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