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Kempton Park is a town situated on the western limits of the East Rand in Gauteng. It shares an administrative border with Johannesburg and is located south of the largest township in South Africa, known as Tembisa.
Kempton Park spans across two Boer farms, Zuurfontein No 369 and Rietfontein 32 IR which were established in 1859 and 1886 respectively. However, it was the discovery of gold in the Gauteng province during the late 1880s that increased the population of Kempton Park and grew it into the town we know today.
Once gold was discovered in the heart of Johannesburg city in 1886, 22km southeast of the two farms, a railway line was constructed to connect Pretoria and Vereeniging. The line was constructed in the early 1890s. The railway itself did not go through Johannesburg but rather traveled east through the farms with a stop in Zuurfontein. This led to more and more people entering the area and the population grew.
The town of Kempton Park wasn’t officially established until 1903 when Carl Friedrich Wolff sub-divided a section of his Zuurfontein farm into 216 residential zones. He had originally named the area Kempten after his birthplace in Bavaria, Germany. The name was anglicized thereafter and officially changed to Kempton Park.
Kempton Park holds a significant historical event that occurred at the turning of the times in South Africa when the Apartheid regime was coming to an end and the new South Africa was being born. White Nationalist Afrikaner groups and the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) stormed the Kempton Park World Trade Centre, three thousand people strong, in protest of the changing laws in 1993.
Spartan is the industrial zone of Kempton Park. Kempton Park is also home to the Kelvin power station, which is one of the few power stations in South Africa not owned by Eskom, which used to supply Johannesburg with its power. The Emperor’s Palace Casino can also be found in Kempton Park.
Kempton Park is home to Johannesburg’s international airport, OR Tambo International Airport, which hosts the headquarters of Mango Airline, South African Airways, Airlink, Comair, Kulula.com and Federal Air.
The Kempton Park Golf Course, constructed in 1965 in Spartan, is famously known as the golf course where Ernie Els learned to play golf.