Johannesburg has grown from a small mining town into a bustling metropolis where people from all over the globe come to work and play.
Johannesburg was founded on the hopes and dreams of the prospectors who came to the gold reef in search of fortune.
Within the bustling metropolis of Johannesburg you will find many different suburbs, each with its own unique subculture and vibe.
Johannesburg's infrastructure is a living representation of South Africa's history, and was recently enhanced for the Soccer World Cup in 2010.
There are more than a million households in Johannesburg with the largest population groups being black Africans at 73 percent and whites at 16 percent.
Johannesburg contributes nearly 16 percent of South Africa's GDP and employs 12 percent of the country's workforce.
Did you know that the Johannesburg metropolis is larger than Sydney, London or New York? Click below for more fascinating facts about the city of gold.
Municipal by-laws are public regulatory laws, which apply in the Joburg area. Bylaws cover various local government issues such...
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