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Departing Sandton Central Business District using local shared taxi from Sandton, hosted by our guide: In the interests of Radical Economic Transformation in the tourism industry, these tours are intended to cater for the Sandton visitor, where our guides can host your access, through the local taxi transport in and out of Alexandra Township. Any Half-Day Trip ex-Melville will only take place for the Alexandra Township Tour If departing Sandton, our guide will meet you at your hotel, if central in Sandton, or, at the Gautrain Station at Should you wish to self-drive into Alex, we will provide directions to our guide controller on 2nd Avenue Alexandra, where you can safely park your vehicle.
Looking for love in all the wrong places? From left field in the realm of dating advice enter the statisticians, who combine data and geography to show you where you can look for love. Well, consider the fact that Stats SA has marital status data for individuals on a street-block level, from the last population census1. Consider the map of Johannesburg below click on the map to enlarge 3. The blue areas are suburbs that have more unmarried males than unmarried females, aged 20—
These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel The multi-coloured flag of modern South Africa is a symbol of its post-apartheid rebirth. But while Nelson Mandela led the country on a "long walk" to freedom, the creation of the flag 20 years ago was a frantic sprint by an unsung hero, writes Xin Fan. On a Saturday night at the end of February Fred Brownell's phone rang. The voice on the other end asked him to get a new national flag designed - within a week.