Clinic reopens after two years

Estelle Ellis

THE Jarman Hall clinic in Schauderville finally reopened yesterday after a two-year delay and a dispute over the use of the building.

“Our prayers have been answered,” Korsten ward councillor Isaac Adams said. Adams – who also serves on the clinic’s board – and a number of community organisations have led the campaign to have the clinic reopened for the past two years.

It closed in 2012 after the roof became unstable due to a borer beetle infestation.

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