The first step in transforming Sandton from a farming community to a bustling business district came with Sandton City, which was developed and constructed by Rapp and Maister on this site during the early 1970's, opening for trade in 1973.
In the bustling, business heart of Sandton, lies a stylish, trendy complex where, for anyone who visits it - work meets play.
Rea Vaya phase 1C Sandton loop weekly progress report - week ending 25 November 2016.
On August 3, 2015, Paul Steyn, an amputee and founder of the Paul Steyn Foundation, set off from the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town on an epic walk of 7000km through all the nine provinces of South Africa.
Good progress is being made with the Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA)'s rehabilitation projects of three bridges on the M1 freeway at a combined cost of R210-million. However, there have been some unforeseen events which have resulted in a need to extend the envisaged completion dates.
Johannesburg is set to be the most popular destination city in Africa for the fourth year, according to the 2016 Mastercard Global Destinations Cities Index.
Sasol Place has recently been awarded a 5-Star Green Star design category rating by the Green Building Council of South Africa.
Betapoint has successfully facilitated the construction of Sasol's 67,000 square meter global headquarters development, Sasol Place, located at 50 Katherine Street, Sandton. The building is co-owned by The Sasol Pension Fund and The Elixir Trust.
While there is a lot of hype around back to school and the needs of impoverished pupils in January, these children tend to be forgotten about later in the year.
Residents will be aware that Rand Water has been required to restrict supply to Johannesburg by 15%. This has happened. The latest figures show that demand has reduced by just less than 10%. Whilst this is an improvement it is still difficult for Johannesburg Water to balance the system. We therefore appeal to residents to take the Level 2 restrictions seriously as we do not want to go to Level 3.