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Miner's statue, Johannesburg

This statue of a miner is found near the Eastgate Shopping Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. It commemorates the discovery of gold on the Witwatwersrand in 1886 by the prospector George Harrison.

A MEMORY OF DAWSON'S HOTEL, JOHANNESBURG (1963)

A MEMORY OF DAWSON’S HOTEL, JOHANNESBURG (1963)

Dawson’s Hotel in Johannesburg was once an establishment of importance in the life of the city and remains one filled with wonderful memories for me. In its heyday, it was one of the city’s best ho…

Historic Park Station Building Johannesburg

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Vodacom Ponte Tower, Johannesburg  | One Footprint On The World

Une pause hivernale non méritée mais assumée !

Vodacom Ponte Tower, Johannesburg | One Footprint On The World

The first Woolworths,1931.

The first Woolworths in the country opened its doors in the old Royal Hotel building , Plein street, Cape Town in October,1931.

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Munro Drive - 1936 City Publicity Brochure - Three Historic Johannesburg Passes

Three Historic Johannesburg Passes

The topography of Johannesburg is distinctive with the rocky mountainous ridges and the line of koppies that runs from east to west. These are the quartzite ridges of the famous Witwatersrand. The geology is unique. Viljoen and Reimold (An Introduction to South Africa’s Geology and Mining Heritage) make the point that this is one of the few localities where the evolution of