Knysna home owners opting for greener options after devastating fires

Knysna known for its natural beauty is slowly rebuilding following the devastating fires that ravaged the area in June this year.

Cape Talk's Kieno Kammies speaks to Adrian Hegerty, one of the residents who lost his house.

Hegerty says his newly built house is nearing completion and he's currently doing the final touches to the interior and this includes more solar and greener options.

Some of the houses that were partially destroyed are starting to be rebuilt and others are demolishing the destroyed buildings.

Adrian Hegerty, victim of Knysna fire

We are now taking precaution and we are pushing going greener with solar geysers and the like...

Adrian Hegerty, victim of Knysna fire

To hear more of this interview, listen below:


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