Jouberts Park, Johannesburg
Within a few years, what at one time was a bare stretch of veldt has been converted into a smiling garden with shady lanes and beautiful flower beds, thus forming one of the most attractive pleasure resorts of Johannesburg.
Dolobran - Johannesburg
This house was designed by J. A. Cope Christie in 1905, for Charles Llewellyn Andersson (later Sir), an accountant, who helped raise, served with and later commanded the South African Light Horse Regiment. After the occupation of Johannesburg he returned to civilian life and assisted the military administration as a Justice of the Peace.
Johannesburg's New Air Terminal
In the foreground is the Rotunda,the city's new Air Terminal.Part of the railway station, which covers an area of 39 acres and has four miles of platform, can be seen in the background.Jan Smuts Airport, fifteen miles from the city, is linked with the world's trunk routes. [sic] The Tourist in South Africa 1965/6