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Schools in Braamfontein

When the South African School of Mining was transferred from Kimberley to Braamfontein in 1896, it became one of Johannesburg's biggest towns. Today, it is a well sought-after school district and is home to a number of universities and colleges. Take a peek at our list of the top schools and universities in the area […]

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Welcome To Braamfontein

Braamfontein is the oldest recognised suburb of the city of Johannesburg. Following the gold rush of the 1850s, Braamfontein became a central hub for business, sport and leisure. With the establishment of the South African School of Mining in 1895 (later to become the University of the Witwatersrand), Braamfontein cemented its status as a bustling […]

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Stay Entertained In Lockdown With Joburg City Theatres

JCT Goes Virtual Joburg City Theatres comprise of Joburg Theatre, Roodepoort Theatre and Soweto Theatre. As three of the largest and most popular theatre venues in Gauteng, they bring audiences the very best in family-friendly, big-budget theatre year round. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the national lockdown, these world-class venues have had to temporarily […]

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Bring The Kids To The NSA Festival Of The Arts 2020

The National School of the Arts (NSA) stands as a beacon of theatre, music and artistic excellence. Their students often go on to have successful careers in their field of expertise, as the school dedicates themselves to honing the talents of each of their students. Each year during the first school term, the NSA presents […]

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Hip Hop Hamlet

What Is It? The 19th annual National School of the Arts Festival takes place this March at Joburg Theatre. Kicking off the festival is the riveting Hip Hop Hamlet directed by NSA duo Laine Butler and Johan Anker.  Shakespeare's greatest tragedy, Hamlet is the Grade 12 setwork for 2020, so this production provides an excellent opportunity for learners to […]

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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Theatre In The Park

What Is It? The NIROX Foundation has organised a spectacular day out in the NIROX Sculpture Park near the Cradle of Humakind this March. Bring the whole family along to their one-of-a-kind theatre in the park event, which will see dancers, performers and artists pay homage to the great bard, William Shakespeare. The event will […]

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