Gauteng  is the smallest and most highly developed province in South Africa. Approximately 14.7 million people live in the Economic powerhouse of South Arica.

South Africa


Johannesburg is the financial hub of the country. And the action. It’s the most powerful commercial centre on the African continent. It is an African city that works: the phones dial, the lights switch on, you can drink the water, there are multi-lane freeways, skyscrapers, conference centres, golf courses. If you should get lost, ordinary people on the street speak English. Almost everyone has a cell phone. You can send e-mail from your hotel room, you can bank any foreign currency, you can watch CNN, and should you fall ill, the hospitals have world-class equipment and doctors who can be trusted to provide world class care.

Founded on 4 October 1886 – One of the youngest major cities in the world
One of the world’s biggest man-made forests – 10 million trees
Largest city in the world not built on a river or coastline – We are here because of our gold
40% of the world’s ancestor fossils discovered in Johannesburg area
Johannesburg International airport – biggest in Africa
Elevation 6000 ft (2000m) – Takes 1 minute longer to boil an egg
Crime rate down by 70% – below many US major cities
University of the Witwatersrand – 5500 teaching hospital beds
Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital – 3000 beds – world’s largest hospital
Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital – 1500 beds
Helen Joseph Hospital – 600 beds
Netcare Milpark Hospital – 456 beds