Working together for a world-class African city

A commitment to a better Johannesburg for all is bringing new life to the city's derelict areas, building a pulsating, world-class African city.

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Joburg budget sets aside R612-million for JDA

Recognising the Johannesburg Development Agency's role in regenerating the inner city, the City of Johannesburg is setting aside a capital budget of R612-million for the agency over the next three years.

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Construction of iconic Alexandra/Sandton walkway under way

An innovative new walkway connecting Alexandra and Sandton will provide safe passage for commuters between the township and the suburb, reducing travel times and traffic accidents.

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Park Station: gateway to Africa

Johannesburg's Park Station is a hive of pan-African activity as travellers from across the continent hop on and off the many buses passing through it each day. Now the area is set to become a cultural and transit precinct, reminiscent of New York's bustling Grand Central Station.

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Report potholes with Find&Fix app

Joburg residents can now report road and traffic light problems quickly and efficiently using a smartphone application.

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Plans to boost tourism

Give Joburg 72 hours, and you will lose your heart to the City of Gold. Its new tourism campaign takes into account the Corridors of Freedom plan to make getting around seamless.

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Unite to move South Africa forward

The South African government has called on its citizens to unite behind a common goal of moving the country forward, in line with the country's National Development Plan.

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New library for Orange Farm's Inhlonipho Primary

Inhlonipho Primary pupils, and surrounding Orange Farm residents, welcomed a new school library, donated by the Johannesburg Development Agency. The library will be stocked using a Gauteng department of Education budget and from donations.

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Have your say in the 2014 elections

This Election Day South Africans will vote, for the fourth time, to have their say in how their country should be run. Here's a quick guide to making that vote count.

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