Rehabilitation efforts still ongoing following devastating Table Mountain fire

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Firefighters battle to douse the flames on the slopes of Table Mountain during the horror fire in April.
Firefighters battle to douse the flames on the slopes of Table Mountain during the horror fire in April.
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More than a month after a fire spread across Table Mountain, repairs and rehabilitation work are still under way.

Several sections of the national park remain closed, as SANParks undertakes rehabilitation efforts to repair the damage caused by the devastating blaze.

An investigation, the results of which are expected to be made public next week, will shed light on the total cost of firefighting efforts, as well as the extent of the damage to Table Mountain National Park.

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