Synonyms for boksburg or Related words with boksburg
Examples of "boksburg"
Global consumer goods manufactures Unilever and Colgate Palmolive have factories in
. Africa's biggest consumer brand company Tiger Brands also have a factory in
High School 11 February 1920.
High and Voortrekker shared premises in Nobby bar and Morris arcade before moving to their current premises
The following industrial companies have head offices in
1 April 1997:
- Benoni Hospital’s name change to
Although Farrar lived at Bedford Farm he travelled to ERPM daily, first on horseback, then later by car. He regularly attended functions and meetings in
and had a very paternal relationship with ERPM employees and with other
residents. Every year Farrar ran a Children’s Day for ERPM employees, thanking all helpers personally. He would allow
residents to organise picnics at Bedford Farm. When Farrar was killed, businesses in
closed as a mark of respect and several thousand people attended a memorial service at
Lake. The ERPM band led the cortege when Farrar was later buried at Bedford
Gordon was Jewish, and was born in
High School is a public high school for in
, a suburb of Ekurhuleni, South Africa. Mr Du Plessis is the current Headmaster of the School.
High's previous Headmasters were Mr Charter, Mr Orrey, Mr Acheson, Mr Van der Schyff and Mr Taylor.
Dawn Park is a suburb of
close to Vosloorus.
is a city on the East Rand of Gauteng province of South Africa. Gold was discovered in
in 1887. It was named after the State Secretary of the South African Republic, W. Eduard Bok. The Main Reef Road linked
to all the other major mining towns on the Witwatersrand and the Angelo Hotel (1887) was used as a staging post.
The first doctor at
was Dr. F. ZIERVOGEL, later District Surgeon. During 1889 Mr. MABERLY came to
; he only practised for a few months when he left. Dr. STEENBERG and Dr. CUNNINGHAM practised in opposition for many years.
The Julewe community soon started schools and churches, and the
Coloured School, now known as Goedehoop Primary, is the oldest school in
, as it opened in 1905, with Mr G W Van Rooyen as the principal.
Ian was born in
, South Africa. He matriculated from
High School in 1971. He obtained a B.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Cape Town in 1975 and a M.Sc. degree in Engineering in 1984.
He then pegged out claims and went into partnership with Carl Hanau. Farrar earned the nickname "Foxy Farrar" by reputedly going out on
Lake in the middle of the night in a rowing boat with long wooden poles, and using the poles to peg claims under the Lake! When the gold reefs to the north of
Lake near Comet were found to continue southwards under
Lake, towards the areas now known as Parkdene, Freeway Park and Sunward Park, Farrar became very wealthy in 1893 by selling 1,300 claims to ERPM. Farrar received ERPM shares to the value of £705,000 for his claims in the south of
Lake. Farrar later received more ERPM shares for his claims over
Lake, and became effectively the controlling shareholder in ERPM.
He died in
, Gauteng suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa of stomach cancer in April 1983.
Hoërskool Voortrekker is a public high school in
, Gauteng, South Africa.
Hoërskool Dr. E.G. Jansen (High School), in
, is named after him.
Venter, who grew up in
, is the son of South African businessman Bill Venter.
By 1888, and early railway line from
to Braamfontein would pass a tin shed at a station spot that would be called Park, named after the Krugers Park just north of the stop. Krugers Park would later be known as Old Wanderers. By 1889/1890 the stop was now called Park Halt on the
/Braamfontein line. The line was run by the "De Nederlandsche Zuid-Afrikaansche Spoorweg Maatschappy" (ZASM) and was known as the Rand Steam Tram which transported coal from the collieries at
to the yards at Braamfontein. It would later be extended westwards to Krugersdorp and eastwards from
farewell to their sister, Leah, who was killed in an accident in
was laid out in 1887 to serve the surrounding gold mines, and named after the State Secretary of the South African Republic, Eduard Bok. The Main Reef Road linked
to all the other major mining towns on the Witwatersrand and the Angelo Hotel was used as a production post. A railway was built by the Netherlands-South African Railway Company (NZASM) to link
to Johannesburg in 1890.
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