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The largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi), is the wealthiest in Africa as its mentioned in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) city map. This is according to a report published by New World Wealth for Mauritius-based AfrAsia Bank.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) map

Map of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) city

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According to the 2001 Census, the population of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) city is more than three million. Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) land area of 1,644 km² is very large when compared to other cities, resulting in a population density of only 1,962/km² as you can see in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) map. The population of the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Area is almost eight million. Johannesburg includes Soweto, which was a separate city from the late 1970s until the 1990s. Originally an acronym for "South-Western Townships", Soweto originated as a collection of settlements on the outskirts of Johannesburg populated mostly by native African workers in the gold mining industry. Eventually incorporated into Johannesburg, the apartheid regime (in power 1948–1994) separated Soweto from the rest of Johannesburg to make it a completely Black area. The area called Lenasia is now also part of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi), and is predominantly populated by those of Indian ethnicity since the apartheid era.

According to the 2001 South African National Census, the population of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) is 3,225,812 people, though including the East Rand and other suburban areas it is around 7 million, who live in 1,006,930 formal households, of which 86 % have a flush or chemical toilet, and 91 % have refuse removed by the municipality at least once a week as its mntioned in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) map. 86 % of households have access to running water, and 80 % use electricity as the main source of energy. 22 % of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) residents stay in informal dwellings. 65 % of households are headed by one person.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi), much like Los Angeles, is a young and sprawling city geared towards private motorists, and lacks a convenient public transportation system. However, as many of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) residents are comparatively poor when compared to those of Los Angeles, a significant number are unable to afford their own cars and are dependent on the city informal minibus taxis. Johannesburg has a well-developed higher education system of both private and public universities. Johannesburg is served by the public universities University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Johannesburg as its shown in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) map.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) downtown map

Map of downtown Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi)

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The Central Business District, commonly called Johannesburg CBD or downtown Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi), is one of the main business centres of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi), South Africa. It is the most dense collection of skyscrapers in Africa, however due to white flight and urban blight, many of the buildings are unoccupied as tenants have left for more secure locations in the Northern Suburbs, in particular Sandton and Rosebank as you can see in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) downtown map. There are significant movements to revive the area for gentrification.

Due to Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) many different central districts Johannesburg would fall under the Multiple Nuclei Model in Human Geography terms. It is the hub of South Africa commercial, financial, industrial, and mining undertakings. Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) is part of a larger urban region. It is closely linked with several other satellite towns. Randburg and Sandton form part of the northern area. The east and west ridges spread out from downtown Johannesburg. The Central Business District covers an area of 6 square kilometres as its shown in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) downtown map. It consists of closely packed skyscrapers such as the Carlton Centre, Marble Towers, Trust Bank Building, Ponte City Apartments, Southern Life Centre and 11 Diagonal Street.

The area that is currently the Central Business District or downtown Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) has been the central area of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) nearly since its inception. Its central location in the city as well as careful planning led to it to be chosen as the best location for residential and commercial development, especially during the economically prosperous 1960s and 1970s as its mentioned in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) downtown map.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng - South Africa map

Map of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng - South Africa

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Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng, also known as eGoli, is the most populous city in South Africa as its shown in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng - South Africa map. The city is affectionately known as "Jo'burg", "Jozi" and "JHB" by South Africans. Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng is the provincial capital of Gauteng Province, the wealthiest province in South Africa, and the site of the South African Constitutional Court. The electronic media is also headquartered in the greater metropolitan region. Beeld is a leading Afrikaans newspaper for the city and the country[citation needed], while the City Press is a Sunday newspaper that is the third largest selling newspaper in South Africa.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng is one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the world, and one of Africa global cities (classified as a gamma world city) as its mentioned in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng - South Africa map. Whilst sometimes mistakenly assumed to be South Africa capital city, Johannesburg is not even one of South Africa three official capital cities (although Pretoria, which is in the same province, is). Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng is the site of a large-scale gold and diamond trade due to its location on the mineral-rich Witwatersrand range of hills. Johannesburg is also served by O.R. Tambo International Airport, the largest and busiest airport in Africa and a gateway for international air travel to and from the rest of southern Africa.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng is the economic and financial hub of South Africa, producing 16 % of South Africa gross domestic product, and accounts for 40 % of Gauteng economic activity as you can see in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng - South Africa map. Mining is the foundation of the Witwatersrand's economy, but its importance is gradually declining. While gold mining no longer takes place within the city limits, most mining companies have their headquarters in Johannesburg. The city has a great variety of manufacturing industries, including steel and cement plants. Many banking and commercial companies are also located in Johannesburg. Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) Gauteng has Africa largest stock exchange, the JSE Securities Exchange.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) on world map

Map of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) in world

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Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) is the provincial capital of Gauteng, the wealthiest province in South Africa, having the largest economy of any metropolitan region in Sub-Saharan Africa as its mentioned in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) on world map. The city is one of the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the world, and is also the world largest city not situated on a river, lake, or coastline. It claims to be the lightning capital of the world, though this title is also claimed by others. Despite the relatively dry climate, Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) has over ten million trees, and it is now the biggest man-made forest in the world, followed by Graskop in Mpumalanga which is the second biggest. City Parks is also responsible for planting the city many green trees, making Johannesburg one of the 'greenest' cities in the world.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) is one of the world leading financial centres and it is the economic and financial hub of South Africa, producing 16% of South Africa gross domestic product, and accounts for 40% of Gauteng economic activity. In a 2007 survey conducted by MasterCard, Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) ranked 47 out of 50 top cities in the world as a worldwide centre of commerce (the only city in Africa) as its shown in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) on world map. There is also a significant informal economy consisting of cash-only street traders and vendors. The level of this economic activity is difficult to track in official statistics and it supports a sector of the population including immigrants who are not in formal employment. This informal industry is arguably the largest in the world, perhaps only second to the informal sector of Beijing.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) grew on the edge of the Witwatersrand Main Reef, a subterranean stratum of gold-bearing quartz-silica conglomerate that arcs for hundreds of miles beneath the Highveld (see Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) on world map). Most of the gold mines in the city ceased operation in the 1970s, but in its day the Witwatersrand gold industry accounted for more than 40 percent of the world annual gold production. Remnants of the industry—rusting headgear, towering yellow-white mine dumps, copses of dusty Australian bluegum trees imported for underground timbering—still litter the landscape. The Sterkfontein fossil site is famous for being the world richest hominid site and produced the first adult Australopithecus africanus and the first near-complete skeleton of an early Australopithecine.