Synonyms for katlehong or Related words with katlehong

umlazi              daveyton              ekurhuleni              thokoza              vanderbijlpark              roodepoort              westonaria              sebokeng              atteridgeville              boksburg              randburg              emalahleni              kwathema              thabazimbi              mafikeng              krugersdorp              lephalale              modimolle              madadeni              molepolole              vosloorus              mbombela              soshanguve              ethekwini              mahikeng              hammanskraal              nylstroom              pinetown              polokwane              bergville              shamva              marondera              chiredzi              dewetsdorp              diepsloot              randfontein              kwadukuza              ruiru              sasolburg              botshabelo              otjiwarongo              mdantsane              germiston              mbare              chegutu              gugulethu              upington              harrismith              seshego              kanyamazane             



Examples of "katlehong"
Shop No 27 Spruitview Shopping Centre, Spruitview, Katlehong
Katlehong City and Alexandra United, play at Alexandra and Reiger Park stadium respectively.
Katlehong is home and gave birth to some of the South Africa's celebrated personalities and sports players, notably:
Nkosinathi Nhleko (born 14 September 1979 in Katlehong) is a South African football player currently with Thanda Royal Zulu.
Palmietfontein Airport was an airport situated to the south of Johannesburg (Katlehong), South Africa, in the mid-1940s to early 1950s.
Huntersfield Stadium is a 15,000-capacity multi-use stadium in Katlehong, South Africa. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Jomo Cosmos.
Senzo Mfundo Vilakazi (born 11 August 1988), better known by his stage name Kwesta, is a South African born rapper and songwriter. He was born in Katlehong, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. He is currently signed to Urbantainment.
Sibusiso Khumalo (born 8 March 1991 in Katlehong, Gauteng) is a South African footballer that currently plays as a midfielder for Premier Soccer League club Mamelodi Sundowns. He is a product of the Swallows youth system.
Emmanuel Asanda "Scara" Ngobese (3 June 1980 – 11 May 2010) was a South African soccer player who last played as a midfielder for United FC in the National First Division. He was born in Katlehong, Gauteng and died in Johannesburg.
Katlehong is a township located 35 km east of Johannesburg and south of Germiston between two other townships of Thokoza and Vosloorus next to the N3 highway in the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality of Gauteng Province of South Africa.
Katlehong (place of success) was established in 1945 and has become a high-density area in Gauteng with 6 informal settlements in its southern part. There is serious overcrowding e.g. in each tiny yard, shacks are set up for rent - one toilet often serves five to six families. Despite being surrounded by an industrial area, there is a high level of unemployment. Katlehong is one of the most poorly served areas in Gauteng in terms of community development. Together with Thokoza and Vosloorus it forms the second biggest black township after Soweto.
As a historic site Katlehong together with Thokoza township share a region formerly known as Palmietfontein Airport, which was a wartime air force base converted to a temporary airport to serve Johannesburg whilst the new airport, Jan Smuts Airport (now OR Tambo International Airport) , was being built. Palmietfontein was transformed into a motor racing circuit for the 1956 Rand Grand Prix, which was won by Peter Whitehead. The township of Katlehong was eventually established on the site, although parts of the original runway are still visible on Google Maps to this day.
Palmietfontein was transformed into a motor racing circuit for the 1956 Rand Grand Prix, which was won by Peter Whitehead. The township of Katlehong was eventually established on the site, although parts of the original runway are still visible on Google Maps to this day.
Umlazi is a township on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, located south-west of Durban. It is the fourth largest township in South Africa, after Soweto, Tembisa and Katlehong. The township is the only township in the country that has its own registration plate, which is NUZ. Umlazi is divided into 26 sections, A through to Z, with the exception of I, O and X, but with an addition of AA, BB and CC.
Thokoza is a township south of Johannesburg, South Africa at the location of the now defunct Palmietfontein Airport. It is situated south east of Alberton, adjacent to Katlehong on the East Rand, Gauteng, South Africa. Thokoza is the first black township which was established in the East Rand. During the early 1990s Thokoza was the middle of a civil war between the supporters of the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), rival party of the African National Congress (ANC).
Vosloorus is a large township situated south of Boksburg and just east of Katlehong in Ekurhuleni Metropolitan municipality, Gauteng, South Africa. It was established in 1963 when Black Africans were removed from Stirtonville because it was considered by the government too close to a white town. Stirtonville, renamed Reiger Park, has since become home to Boksburg's coloured community. A local authority was established in 1983 when Vosloorus was given full municipal status.
Mahlangu was appointed to a portfolio of Economic Development as a member of Executive Committee in 2010, under Premier Nomvula Mokonyane. In 2012 She led the establishment of Township Enterprise Hubs in Sebokeng; Sharpville; Kagiso; Katlehong; Winterveld, and Tembisa. Each hubs were to provide Automotive cluster; Services cluster and Light manufacturing cluster. These hubs were later adopted with provincial government spending at least 5% of its R10-billion procurement budget for goods and services on township enterprises, by the end of 2015.
Potgietersrus Rugby Stadium is a stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. It seats around 20,000 people. Previously it was used as home venue by the Katlehong City Football Club, but when the club was relegated from the National First Division in May 2002, they moved their home venue to another place in the Free State Province. Since then, the stadium has mostly been used to host various Rugby games in Johannesburg.
The community of Maseru Central includes the villages of Bashanyaneng (Ha Tsolo), Florida, Ha Hoohlo, Ha Lesia, Ha Letlatsa (Qoaling), Ha Ratjomose, Ha Thetsane, Ha Tikoe, Ha Tsolo, Hills View, Katlehong, LDF, Lekhalong (Ha Thetsane), Libataolong (Ha Tsolo), Lower Thetsane, Mankoaneng (Ha Thetsane), Maseru Central, Maseru West, Matamong (Ha Thetsane), Matsoatlareng, New Europa, Old Europa, Race Course, Seqhobong (Ha Thetsane), Thaba-Tseka (Ha Tsolo), Thetsane West and White City, Lithabaneng, Ha Abia, Ha Leqele, Ha Matala, Upper Thamae, Lower Thamae.
In December 2012, Tau became the director of Bataung Memorial Tombstones, a tombstone manufacturing company based in Katlehong. Tau was one of three former sportsmen featured on Survivor SA filmed in October 2013 on an island off Malaysia in the South China Sea including former Lazio defender Mark Fish and former Springbok captain Corne Krige. Tau described the island as "a beautiful island, that is extremely hot and very humid". Tau released his autobiography on December 25, 2013 called "Jimmy Tau - My Life Story".