Johannesburg in the news:
- Disgruntled Soweto residents block entrances to Eskom's head office: Eskom's Megawatt Park in Sunninghill, Johannesburg was on lockdown on Monday after Soweto residents barricaded all entrances leading to the … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- Mashaba calls for SAPS back-up, as Joburg metro cops battle to cope with Lenasia South clashes: Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has called on Gauteng police to urgently intervene in Lenasia South and surrounding areas, where there … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- Joburg City demands speedy probe into break-in at Soweto opportunity centre: Johannesburg – The City of Johannesburg on Monday called for a swift investigation following a burglary at the Soweto Empowerment Zone (SEZ) … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- Johannesburg is one of the top 50 cities in the world that supports female entrepreneurs – report: DURBAN – Dell has released their annual Dell 2019 Women Entrepreneurs Cities (WE Cities) Index which rates the ability of global cities to attract and … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
- These large companies are looking for new staff – including Nedbank, Discovery and Amazon: In Johannesburg, Luno is looking for ios and Andriod software engineers, and in Cape Town, it is looking for a facilities manager, product designers, … – Google Alert – Johannesburg
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Did you know this about Johannesburg? The Ansteys Building at the corner of Jeppe and Joubert Streets was designed by Emley and William and completed in 1937. It is recognised as a prime example of Art Deco Architecture, a style synonymous with modernisation, optimism and Americanisation before World War 2. The departmental store, N. Anstey’s and Company, occupied the first four floors of the building. The tea terrace was on the fourth floor and was a destination of choice for the ladies of the northern suburbs. The building is 20 storeys high and was, when it was completed, the highest building in the southern hemisphere. The remaining storeys were offices and apartments, some of them occupying an entire floor. The building terminates in a mast designed for docking air ships.