Johannesburg in the news:
- Cyril Ramaphosa and the African National Congress narrowly win South Africa's elections: JOHANNESBURG — The African National Congress, led by union leader-turned-business magnate Cyril Ramaphosa, have retained a slim majority of … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- NSW Waratahs fall just short against Lions in Johannesburg: The NSW Waratahs' Super Rugby finals hopes are hanging by a thread following a gut-wrenching one-point loss to the Lions in Johannesburg. – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- 'We need to correct our mistakes:' ANC wins S Africa election: Johannesburg, South Africa – The ruling African National Congress (ANC) has won South Africa's parliamentary elections with 57.5 percent of the vote … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- South Africa's President Ramaphosa, ANC Hold On To Power In National Elections: Electoral workers count ballots in view of party agents after the close of polls at the Parkhurst Primary School in Johannesburg, South Africa this week. – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- 2019 election a recovery from the lows of 2016: Duarte: JOHANNESBURG – ANC deputy secretary Jessie Duarte said that the ANC's performance in the 2019 election is a recovery from their low point of the … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
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Did you know this about Johannesburg? The city has hosted the finals for the FIFA World Cup, Cricket World Cup and IRB Rugby World Cup: The 2010 FIFA World Cup final was played at FNB Stadium. A large soccer ball was fitted to the Hillbrow Tower during this time. The city also hosted the 2003 Cricket World Cup final (at The Wanderers) and the 1995 IRB Rugby World Cup final (at Ellis Park Stadium). London is the only other city in the world that has hosted all 3 World Cup finals.