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  • City to host two-day symposium for entrepreneurs

    21 October 2017
  • City of Joburg, Wits put 97 minibus operators on road to prosperity

    20 October 2017
  • Mayor Mashaba asks for American dollars

    20 October 2017
  • Joburg welcomes 1 500 new JMPD recruits

    18 October 2017
  • Airbnb’s cash injection to boost tourism in Joburg

    17 October 2017
  • Joburg City Parks & Zoo aims for major award

    16 October 2017
  • City honours public transport drivers

    16 October 2017
  • MMC Makhuba swaps car for Metrobus

    12 October 2017
  • Joburg aims to create 24 650 job opportunities through EPWP

    12 October 2017
  • Joburg lays out red carpet for pensioners during Transport Month

    12 October 2017
  • Hydroponics bring fresh produce to the inner city

    12 October 2017
  • New recruits to boost service levels at Joburg Metrobus

    11 October 2017
  • Joburg, Tennis SA put youngsters on the road to Wimbledon

    11 October 2017
  • Joburg remains Africa’s top tourist destination, Mastercard

    11 October 2017
  • City holds final entrepreneurship symposium in Region G

    10 October 2017
  • Joburg, Qhubeka bikes put Alexandra on the move

    10 October 2017
  • Artists paint town red through ArtMyJozi

    10 October 2017
  • Iqhawe Rugby Week ends with a bang

    09 October 2017
  • City, rotary bring healthy cheer to informal settlements in the CBD

    09 October 2017
  • Joburg welcomes sentencing of JMPD officer for graft

    06 October 2017
  • Residents urged not to panic as bird flu hits Jozi

    05 October 2017
  • City of Joburg honours young creators

    05 October 2017
  • Mayor Mashaba declares war on slumlords

    05 October 2017
  • Iqhawe U15 Rugby Tournament set for a dramatic final

    05 October 2017
  • City urges residents to walk in the steps of the deaf

    04 October 2017
  • Grab your chance to name new Rea Vaya stations

    03 October 2017
  • Joburg starts Transport Month in style

    03 October 2017
  • City clamps down on illegal construction

    03 October 2017
  • City Power appoints new Managing Director

    03 October 2017
  • City educates youth about their health

    28 September 2017
  • City helps residents remember Juliwe Location

    28 September 2017
  • Joburg needs you to become a cleaner city

    27 September 2017
  • Three-day jazz journey to bring joy to Joburg

    27 September 2017
  • Spruit Day 2017 a huge success for the city

    26 September 2017
  • Joburg, Qhubeka give learners pedal power

    26 September 2017
  • Joburg declares war on substance abuse

    22 September 2017
  • Residents urged to obey park safety bylaws on Heritage Day

    21 September 2017
  • City wishes Soweto vaulting team well

    20 September 2017
  • City of Joburg behind Chow 4 change

    18 September 2017
  • City in partnership to uplift urban farmers

    18 September 2017
  • City steps up efforts to preserve historic sites this Heritage Month

    14 September 2017
  • City of Joburg to scrap old town planning schemes

    14 September 2017
  • Pharmacy awareness month focuses on vaccination

    14 September 2017
  • Excitement mounts around first Children’s Heritage Dialogue

    13 September 2017
  • Book fair gets Jozi reading

    11 September 2017
  • City declares war on drugs

    06 September 2017
  • City of Joburg wins top green award

    01 September 2017
  • MMC moves to make JBF an inclusive organisation

    30 August 2017
  • Top authors to grace the 2017 Jozi Book Fair

    30 August 2017
  • Jozi to celebrate Arts Alive Festival’s jubilee year in style

    29 August 2017

Orlando East comes of age

Orlando East, the first township to be established in Greater Johannesburg area, is turning 80 this year and in celebration of this remarkable milestone the City of Joburg has declared many of its various landmarks heritage sites.

Established in 1932 as a segregated African township on the outskirts of “white” Johannesburg, Orlando East has a rich political and social history. It bears great significance to the history of Soweto, the world’s largest racially-based segregated township.
At its monthly council meeting last week, the City of Johannesburg noted the heritage status bestowed on the Orlando Communal Hall, the first recreational centre in Soweto and a popular venue for high-profile political meetings; and the James “Sofasonke” Mpanza House.
In 1944 Mpanza led a group of people from nearby slums to set up a squatter camp known as Masakeng or “Place of Sacks”, which evolved to become a self-governing settlement of more than 20 000 people. Mpanza’s home was the headquarters of the Sofasonke movement. 
Mooki Street, one of the important Orlando East landmarks, was also identified at the council meeting as a provisional heritage site. Today Mooki Street is a busy thoroughfare but its significance as Soweto’s first “high street” is often unrecognised. The street also boasts a cluster of public facilities and places of historical significance. These include Orlando Stadium, Orlando Communal Hall, New Church and Mooki Memorial College, Orlando High School, Orlando Police Station and Donaldson Orlando Community Centre (DOCC), all of which have already been declared heritage sites.
Before Mooki Street gets the go-ahead, approval for the Provisional Protection under Section 29 of the National Resources Act, Section 4 will be made, followed by an extensive public consultation process.
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