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Gauteng

Johannesburg

Johannesburg has long been one of the most popular residential, commercial and business locations in South Africa - since it was established as a municipality in 1886. Fondly referred to as Egoli, Jozi and The City of Gold, Johannesburg might not be one of South Africa’s capitals, but is by far the largest city in the country. This vibrant metropolis can be found in the Witwatersrand range of hills and is the heart of the South African diamond and gold trade.  Starting out its existence as a small mining town, Johannesburg now comprises around 4000km2 and sprawls across dozens of suburbs and towns; including the likes of Sandton, Darrenwood, Cresta,...

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Krugersdorp

Founded as a municipality in 1887 on the cusp of the Witwatersrand Gold Rush - Krugersdorp was established as a small mining town that has continued to expand over the centuries and today spans approximately 247.22 km2. Located in the West Rand and named after the Transvaal president, Paul Kruger, Krugersdorp now forms part of the Mogale City Local Municipality.  Adding to its accessibility is the network of arterial routes that serves this area; the N14 connects Krugersdorp to the O.R Thambo International Airport, Johannesburg is 35 km away via the R41 and Sandton is 50 km away via the N1. Education  Krugersdorp boasts many established and prestigious...

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Randburg

Bordering the ever-popular shopping destination of Fourways, North West of Johannesburg rests the vibrant city of Randburg. Coinciding with the implementation of South Africa’s currency, changing from Pound Sterling to the Rand, Randburg gained status as a municipality and its name (which is derived from South Africa’s currency) in 1959. This predominantly residential area comprises a total of 32 established suburbs including the likes of Ferndale, Fairland, Blackheath, Northcliffe and Emmarentia.  Enjoying a superb location, Randburg is situated in close proximity to many other popular areas, these include: • Johannesburg (10km) •...

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Roodepoort

Nestled between Krugersdorp, Soweto and Sandton is the rapidly expanding city of Roodepoort. With a residential sector experiencing a growth spurt, due to its proximity to the large cities and towns that surrounds it and the fantastic employment opportunities to be found, Roodepoort is becoming a sought-after residential area. Gaining its name from the red soil that is indigenous to this area, Roodepoort was established as a municipality in 1884.  Roodepoort is serviced by many main arterial routes and roadways which has made this hub easily accessible. The N1 Western Bypass, Christiaan De Wet Road, R41 and R24 are some of the motorways that link Roodepoort with...

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Sandton

Sandton’s name is derived from a combination of two of its suburbs, Sandown and Bryanston. As one of Johannesburg’s prime nodes in the northern suburbs, Sandton is a lavish area that attracts skilled labour from masses of ambitious individuals pursuing their fortunes in what may be better known as Africa’s richest square mile. Numerous Manhattan-style skyscrapers tower over this upmarket area of Johannesburg and dominate the landscape, standing as landmarks that pierce the skyline in every part of the region that emulate a vibrant vista of New York. Sandton is more than just a commercial sector - It’s a beautiful family-friendly neighborhood...

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