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Gauteng

Alberton, Alberton Central

Transport and Public Services Angus 2.73km Rietvlei parking 2.64km Sasol 2.99km Meyersdals 3.01km Mpilisweni 3.43km Rietvlei parking 3.70km Natalspruit 3.73km Mpilisweni 4.36km Shopping Absa 2.67km Sports and Leisure Gosforth Park 4.67km School: Education Glenbrack Junior Secondary (Unregistered) 0.62km Laerskool Jan Meyer 0.64km Bracken High School 0.86km Impact Tutorial Centre 1.08km Brackenhurst Primary School 1.23km Glenview Primary School 2.31km Hoërskool Dinamika 2.90km Encochoyini Primary School 3.10km Kenton Primary School 3.22km Cosmo Private School 3.40km Leratadima Primary School 3.41km Tshwaragano Primary School 3.46km Grace Trinity School For Girls...

Bedfordview, Bedfordview

History of Bedfordview The site of Bedfordview was largely taken up by the farm Elandsfontein and was administered as part of the District of Potchefstroom in the South African Republic. The coat-of-arms of Bedfordview features an Eland holding a fountain as a tribute to the early rural history of the town. The Witwatersrand Gold Reef had a huge impact on the area. Elandsfontein was purchased for the mineral rights, and was later divided into smaller farms and small-holdings, many of which were settled by retired miners. The entire area became known as Geldenhuis Estates Smallholdings. One of these farms was owned by Sir George Herbert Farrar, a randlord who...

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Benoni

Centralized location near shopping malls and schools. Benoni is a diverse city. It boasts more horse stables per square kilometer than anywhere in the southern hemisphere. Benoni is also the site of the Benoni Heliport, for the use of helicopters. Visitors to the town may visit the local museum, the many lakes (Benoni is known as "The City Of Lakes"), the Lakeside Shopping Mall (built in the shape of a Mississippi Steamboat on one of the lakes) or Northmead Square (known as the first shopping centre to bring cinemas back to Benoni) located in the Northmead suburb. Near Northmead Square is the Bunny Park, which contains hundreds of rabbits and other small animals and is...

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Boksburg, Boksburg Central

History of Boksburg Prior to 1860, the present municipal area of Boksburg and its immediate environs comprised mainly the highveld farms called Leeuwpoort, Klippoortje, Klipfontein and Driefontein. Carl Ziervogel bought the farm Leeuwpoort in 1875 and for 300 morgen of barren, rocky veld he paid £75. In September 1886 Pieter Killian, a young Afrikaans prospector, discovered quartz reefs on Leeuwpoort. He also discovered quartz reefs on the farm Vogelfontein, named after Adolf Vogel. Samples of the quartz were sent to Pretoria for assaying, which confirmed the presence of gold. Killian advised Dr W.E. Bok, Secretary of State for the Transvaal Republic, of...

Brakpan

Brakpan is on the east rand of Gauteng and is a gold and uranium town. The Tambo International Airport is approximately 25km away from Brakpan. Brakpan was originally a mining town situated on the far East Rand. Brakpan is made up of commercial, industrial, retail, residential and even agricultural plots. One of its primary attractions is one of the largest casinos in Gauteng, namely Carnival City where you can chance your luck on the tables or coin machines and the whole family will find entertainment, or you can take a trip to the Carnival Mall which has shops, banking and restaurants available. It is linked to the Witwatersrand via the N17 highway & Main Reef Road....

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Edenvale, Edenvale Central

Edenvale is a town on the East Rand in Gauteng, South Africa. Modern Edenvale has become a very well known part of Ekurhuleni. It lies about halfway between the O.R. Tambo International Airport and the Johannesburg city centre and is located 12km by road from Sandton and about 9km from the closest Gautrain station. Edenvale is a very quiet town which ranges from the middle class areas such as Eastleigh and Croyden to the upper class areas such as Dowerglen and Eden Glen. Edenvale is situated close to 2 major highways and the O R Tambo International Airport is only about 15 minutes away making it feel very central. Edenvale has the atmosphere of a peaceful town and one...

Germiston, Germiston Central

Living in this area makes travelling to work and other activities much easier, as it is centrally located to the surrounding neighbourhoods of Alberton, Boksburg, Bedfordview and Johannesburg South. Most amenities are within a short distance and the close community give this neighbourhood a feeling of security.

Johannesburg

JHB: Food and Entertainment Distance KFC 0.10km The 1505 Bar and Restaurant 0.22km The Voice 0.30km KFC 0.43km Windybrow Theatre 0.59km Transport and Public Services Distance Johannesburg Art Gallery 0.13km Old Synagogue 0.34km Old Synagogue Westbound 0.35km Old Synagogue Eastbound 0.40km The Cathederal of St Mary the Virgin0.42km Hellenic Orthodox Catheeral of Constantine & Helen 0.47km Methodist Evangelical Serice 0.50km Johannesburg Park 0.53km Park Station (Gautrain) 0.56km Avis Johannesburg Railway Station 0.56km Fashion Square Southbound 0.61km Schools: JHB: Mahlasedi High School 0.25km Knowledge Is Virtue Academy 0.30km Mbowa Academy 0.37km Centurion College...

Kempton Park, Kempton Park Central

Kempton Park is a city found in the East Rand of Gauteng. It was established in 1903 as an independent Municipality but since 2000 it has become part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. Kempton Park is located alongside Tembisa, north-east of Johannesburg and south of Pretoria. Kempton Park includes within its boundaries the industrial suburbs of Isando and Spartan, making it one of the largest industrial centres in Africa. Known as Kemptonpark in Afrikaans, the city is often thought of as an "airport city" due to its proximity to OR Tambo International Airport. The area is popular amongst travellers for its convenience and plentiful accommodation. The town of...

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Randfontein

Randfontein is a gold mining city in the West Rand, Gauteng, South Africa, 40 km (25 mi) in the west of Johannesburg. With the Witwatersrand gold rush in full swing, mining financier JB Robinson bought the farm Randfontein and, in 1889, floated the Randfontein Estates Gold Mining Company. The town was established in 1890 to serve the new mine and was administered by Krugersdorp until it became a municipality in 1929. Apart from having the largest stamp mill in the world (used in early paper making for preparing the pulp), Randfontein, like many of the other outlying areas of Johannesburg, is essentially a rural collection of farms and small holdings in a particularly...

 
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