Joburg invests in infrastructure for a growing city

By 2030, Johannesburg residents could number more than 2 billion people. In recognition, the City of Joburg is investing more than R110-million into upgrading the city's infrastructure to comfortably support current and new residents.

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Celebrate the Lunar New Year in Joburg

Joburg's Chinese community is gearing up to celebrate the New Year and this year marks the Year of The Horse. The annual festivities are among the longest and most important celebrations on their calendar.

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Diepsloot taxi rank upgrade a welcome change

The Diepsloot taxi rank upgrade has improved the lives of residents in the area, providing a safe, clean serviced environment to shop in, and catch a taxi.

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JDA supports Joburg 2040 with Rea Vaya roll out

Accessible, affordable public transport is a key component of a successful, liveable city and the Joburg 2040 strategy. The Johannesburg Development Agency, through supporting the Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transport system, is committed to building the Joburg 2040 dream.

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Johannesburg to host first African C40 Climate Summit

The City of Johannesburg will play host to the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Summit this year; delegates from 44 countries will converge at the Sandton Convention Centre in February to network and discuss their cities' responses to climate change.

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Vilakazi Street: a home for heroes

A portrait of South Africa's past and a testimony to its democratic present, Vilakazi Street's museums and monuments are a must-stop for visitors to learn more about Soweto and the people who've lived, and live, there.

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Newclare underpass a success

The Newclare underpass development is a resounding success, and an outstanding civil engineering feat. Lauded by the South African Institution of Civil Engineering, the underpass is a welcome safety feature in the area.

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