# A 31-million-rand slope stabilisation project by the South African National Roads Agency on Sir Lowry’s Pass in the Western Cape will soon ensure safer passage for road users. The project’s manager, Senzo Ngobese, says construction on the slope involves removing loose rocks and drilling in some 600 threaded steel anchors. This can add to the prevention of potential rockfalls and landslides. Construction began in January, and will be completed in May. Two-way traffic will be maintained throughout the construction period.