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Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika



 


Notes: Johannesburg, also known as eGoli (place of gold), is the largest and most populous city in South Africa. The city is affectionately known as "Jo'burg", "Jozi" and "JHB" by South Africans. Johannesburg is the provincial capital of Gauteng, the wealthiest province in South Africa, and which has the largest economy of any metropolitan region in Sub-Saharan Africa. The city is one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the world, and Africa's only officially designated global city (classified as a gamma world city). While often assumed to be South Africa's capital, Johannesburg does not form one of South Africa's three capital cities. Johannesburg does, however, house the South African Constitutional Court - South Africa's highest court.
Johannesburg is the source of a large-scale gold and diamond trade, due to its location on the mineral-rich Witwatersrand range of hills. Johannesburg is also served by O.R. Tambo International Airport, the largest and busiest airport in Africa and a gateway for international air travel to and from the rest of southern Africa.
According to the 2001 Census, the population of the city is more than three million. Johannesburg's land area of 1,644 km² is very large when compared to other cities, resulting in a population density of only 1,962/km². The population of the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Area is almost eight million. Johannesburg also encompasses Soweto to the south west, a township that the apartheid government established to accommodate the large number of migrant workers.
History
The region surrounding Johannesburg has been inhabited by man for millions of years. The Sterkfontein Caves, to the north west, have produced the most complete skeleton of a 3.3 million-year old hominid, as well as close to 700 specimens of a closely related species, Australopithecus africanus, among them Mrs Ples, which is between 2.3 and 2.8 million years old.
It is theorised that the Johannesburg region was inhabited by the nomadic…

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City/Town : Latitude: -26.133333, Longitude: 27.9


Birth

Matches 1 to 16 of 16

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Barron, Antony Livingston  03 April 1915Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474414
2 Belinfante, Augusta Emelie Anna  21 April 1905Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119289
3 Belinfante, Valentine Rowland  24 August 1922Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119290
4 Belinfante, Valentine Sebastian Rowland  18 April 1949Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119312
5 Bloom, Solomon Harris  01 January 1913Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I673470
6 Halberstadt, Johan Philip  06 October 1914Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474524
7 Halberstadt, Theodora Gerharda Geertruida  23 December 1911Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474611
8 Hartley, Ernest William  08 May 1910Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474634
9 Hopkins, Shona  Date unknownJohannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474670
10 Klugkist, Meinard Jacob  07 November 1906Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I204605
11 Klugkist, Nanno  07 May 1914Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I204607
12 Krenger, Christian  21 December 1826Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I606041
13 Krenger, Rudolf  28 January 1821Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I606039
14 Naudé, Muriel Magdalena  10 November 1887Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I562234
15 Pretorius, Barend Johannes  10 July 1888Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I562329
16 Pretorius, Henning Petrus Cornelis  02 January 1893Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I562339

Baptised

Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Baptised    Person ID 
1 Krenger, Christian  31 December 1826Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I606041
2 Krenger, Rudolf  04 February 1821Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I606039
3 Pretorius, Barend Johannes  02 December 1888Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I562329
4 Pretorius, Henning Petrus Cornelis  06 February 1893Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I562339

Died

Matches 1 to 26 of 26

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 Bakkum, Alida Maria  18 June 1986Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I10826
2 Belinfante, August Aron  16 December 1928Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119284
3 Belinfante, Augusta Emelie Anna  12 October 1940Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119289
4 Belinfante, Elisabeth Emelie Catharine  06 October 1904Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119287
5 Belinfante, Jacques Maurice Francis  1977Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119288
6 Belinfante, Valentine Rowland  16 December 1988Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119290
7 Belinfante, Valentine Sebastian Rowland  20 July 1949Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119312
8 van Bruggen, Anna  17 November 2013Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I13246
9 Caithness, Edith Constance  30 October 1982Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474878
10 Fontein, Rijkje  14 February 1981Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474931
11 Halberstadt, Hendrik Johan Elize Willem  26 January 1969Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474495
12 Halberstadt, Johan Philip  06 September 1955Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I474522
13 Klugkist, Nanno  02 June 1959Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I204607
14 Lich, Jan Marius Bruins  1928Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I280401
15 Oppenheimer, Ernest  25 November 1957Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I740045
16 Pahlavi, Reza  26 July 1944Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I667270
17 Pretorius, Andrew Godfrey  09 January 1939Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I562336
18 Pretorius, Jacomiena Jacoba  17 January 1978Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119291
19 van Raam, Wilhelmina Catharina  29 June 1986Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I274215
20 van Rooyen, Maria Sussanah  26 December 1961Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I119309
21 Savenije, Gerardus Bernardus  23 September 1971Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I10815
22 Savenije, Henricus Johannes Dominicus Theodorus  16 August 2013Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I13235
23 Seebregts, Adrianus Cornelius Petrus  14 September 1960Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I655899
24 Seebregts, Robert Martin  1988Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I660732
25 Stulemeijer, Alfons  16 November 2003Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I740247
26 Zylstra, Grietje  19 August 1929Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika I204604

Married

Matches 1 to 10 of 10

   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Barron / Halberstadt  07 July 1945Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F184167
2 Belinfante / Pretorius  26 April 1947Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F48821
3 Belinfante / Rooyen  02 February 1946Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F48819
4 Halberstadt / Caithness  10 February 1945Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F184194
5 Halberstadt / Scholtz  24 March 1921Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F184215
6 Hartley / Halberstadt  21 December 1946Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F184277
7 Kloppenburg / Bijvoet  15 August 1951Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F218519
8 Savenije / Bruggen  19 February 1966Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F5158
9 Solomon / Belinfante  Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F48820
10 Stiekema / Rattey  09 May 1992Johannesburg, Gauteng, Suid-Afrika F291960

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