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Repairs to Clarence Drive will cost close to R80-million

# Western Cape MEC for Infrastructure, Tertuis Simmers says the repairs of Clarence Drive between Gordon’s Bay and Betty’s Bay in the Western Cape will cost close to 80-million-rand. This includes repairs to the Palmiet Bridge, which also sustained damage. Clarence Drive was reopened last month with six stop-and-go sections for single lane traffic. This scenic route suffered serious damage because of several significant landslips and rockslides during the Heritage Day long weekend floods. The project is currently projected to be completed by the end of the third quarter of this year.