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Johannesburg City Centre, or more commonly known by the locals as simply ‘town’, had been on a downward spiral since the 1990s when the area suffered a decline due to big businesses, such as the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, JSE Securities Exchange, Massmart, Ster-Kinekor and Hewlett Packard, moving head offices out of Johannesburg’s central business district and into other areas like Sandton. Fortunately, some of the bigger businesses are moving back into the area and claiming back buildings that were illegally taken over once Apartheid ended. With a R1.2 billion redevelopment project underway, Johannesburg’s CBD could pull back the big businesses it had lost.
Johannesburg has an incredibly rich history. It was first formed as a small gold mining village by the Health Committee in 1886 which increased in population very quickly due to 100 000 people flocking to the Gauteng province to get their hands on the newly discovered riches. It was established as a municipality in 1897. By 1928, Johannesburg was a well-established city. Today, it is the biggest city in South Africa with one of Africa’s tallest buildings, known as the Carlton Centre.
If you want to find out more about Johannesburg’s mining history, Main Street is a great location as it is home to the entire country’s mining headquarters and consists of Gold Rush relics. The main shopping region of Johannesburg’s CBD is Diagonal Street in Braamfontein which is situated to the north of the city. WITS University can also be found in Johannesburg. Nelson Mandela Bridge and the Gold Mining Statue are located in the CBD and they pay homage to South Africa’s incredibly complex history. If that isn’t enough for a history fanatic to enjoy, Johannesburg’s CBD is also home to Museum Africa, the Johannesburg Trade Hall, the Wits Adler Museum of Medicine, and Johannesburg’s City Hall which all tell a story about South Africa’s past.
Alternatively, if you are not interested in South Africa’s rich history or are looking to relax after a long day of site-seeing, enjoy the tranquil pedestrian walkways while you walk around the city and enjoy The Parks, which is a suburb popular for its natural surroundings. Upmarket Hyde Park and Rosebank are perfect for anyone looking to do some shopping while in Johannesburg.