- Johannesburg Metropolis
Johannesburg is an African city of note. It is characterised by contradiction and an apparent seamless combination of irreconcilable differences. The largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg is also the wealthiest and, without doubt, the economic powerhouse of Africa. It’s a booming, happening city and the emphasis is on making money - whether in business or on the streets - and has been since its beginnings when the world’s richest gold fields were discovered in Johannesburg during the 1880s.
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Home to a large number of international embassies, Pretoria has a somewhat international flavour. This urban epicentre has come into its own, from a cosmopolitan playground of restaurants, shopping malls and bustling nightspots to off-the-wall attractions.
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- East Rand
The East Rand extends from Germiston in the west to Springs in the east and includes the towns of Alberton, Boksburg, Benoni, Kempton Park, Edenvale, and Bedfordview. As part of the restructuring of municipalities in South Africa the local governments of the East Rand have merged into a single municipality, called the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. Despite having a separate municipal government, like the West Rand, the East Rand is included in the Greater Johannesburg metropolitan area.
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- North Eastern Gauteng
Gauteng has no official regions, but for simplicity’s sake is often divided into northern and southern Gauteng, which roughly corresponds to dividing the province up around the two major cities - Johannesburg to the south and Pretoria to the north. Northern Gauteng is a charming combination of the Tshwane Metro and the Metsweding region - a mix of pretty towns and rural communities, except for Pretoria - the administrative capital of the country. It includes Bronkhorstspruit, Cullinan, Centurion, Hammanskraal, Mamelodi, Pretoria and Midrand, and other suburbs and towns like Irene, Leeuwkloof Valley and Rayton.
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- Vaal Triangle
Perfectly situated for the visitors stay in South Africa, the Vaal is less than an hours drive from Johannesburg. With some of South Africa’s most beautiful towns situated along the Vaal River and the Vaal Dam, the visitor can relax and enjoy one of South Africa’s most unique areas. With its fantastic river views and the scenic Vaal Dam, the Vaal has it all.
For those who are contemplating visiting other areas of South Africa, the airport is a comfortable drive from the city of Vereeniging. The Vaal is fast becoming the stepping stone to Africa.
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Extending from Randfontein in the west to Roodepoort in the east and including the towns of Krugersdorp and Magaliesberg, the West Rand may belong to a separate municipality, but it still remains within the Greater Johannesburg metropolitan area and it is not uncommon for people to commute between the West Rand and Johannesburg on a daily basis.
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