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Early Johannesburg, its buildings and its people

by Hannes Meiring

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Published by Human & Rousseau in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Johannesburg (South Africa),
  • South Africa,
  • Johannesburg.
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture -- South Africa -- Johannesburg.,
    • Johannesburg (South Africa) -- History.,
    • Johannesburg (South Africa) -- Description and travel.,
    • Johannesburg (South Africa) -- Buildings, structures, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementdrawings by Hannes Meiring ; text by G-M. van der Waal and Wilhelm Grütter, in co-operation with Anna Jonker.
      ContributionsVan der Waal, G.-M., Grütter, Wilhelm, 1936-, Jonker, Anna.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT944.J657 M45 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination143 p. :
      Number of Pages143
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2308175M
      ISBN 100798114568
      LC Control Number86184968

      Johannesburg is the administrative capital of Gauteng. It is part of the Johannesburg Metropole which has over 10 million people and includes Alexandra, Lenasia, Midrand, Randburg, Roodepoort, Sandton and Soweto, famous for its township tours. Johannesburg is undoubtedly one of the world’s most diverse and vibrant :// A ghost building in Joburg’s CBD. CBD stands for ‘Central Business District’ – similarly to the CBD in Sydney, Johannesburg’s district was the heart of the city’s business life for over a century, from the mining boom of the late 19th century to the 80s and 90s, when a series of violent episodes led to the mass exodus of offices and companies to affluent suburbs like ://

      The galleries stay open late on the first Thursday of each month, becoming destinations for Johannesburg's beautiful people to see and be seen. Keyes Art Mile, 19 Keyes Ave., Rosebank   Johannesburg (/ dʒ oʊ ˈ h æ n ɪ s b ɜːr ɡ / joh-HAN-iss-burg, also US: /-ˈ h ɑː n-/-⁠ HAHN-; Afrikaans: [juəˈɦanəsbœrχ]; Zulu and Xhosa: eGoli), informally known as Jozi, Joburg, or "The City of Gold", [citation needed] is the largest city in South Africa and one of the 50 largest urban areas in the world. It is the provincial capital and largest city of Gauteng, which is

        This commentary constructs a social history of Hillbrow, an inner-city suburb in Johannesburg, South Africa, based on a review of relevant published historical, anthropological and sociological texts. We highlight the significant continuities in the social structure of the suburb, despite the radical transformations that have occurred over the last ://   When the Johannesburg gold mines closed in , a campy amusement park crept up in its place. All of the buildings are designed to replicate the gold mining history of the region. It’s fitting in the amusement park, and depending on your luck – with the casino too!


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Early Johannesburg Its buildings and its People, Hannes Meiring, with text by G-M van der Waal and Wilhelm Grutter, Human & Rousseau, pages. This book has the feel of a album and was published in the Johannesburg centenary year. I think it was one of the most appealing of centenary publications.

The inimitable Meiring style comes through in his light touch Early Johannesburg, its buildings and its people. Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hannes Meiring; G -M Van der Waal; Wilhelm Grütter; Anna Jonker   Early Johannesburg, its buildings and its people by Hannes Meiring This well-researched book is jampacked with wonderful drawings by the author.

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Its Buildings and its People () Published: and this little book, published to mark the centenary of Johannesburg, is a primer to the early days of Africa's greatest city. As Meiring's writer collaborators record early in the book, "From a tent pitched on the bare veld near the future Commissioner Street, the Early Johannesburg, its buildings and its people [Meiring, Hannes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Early Johannesburg, its buildings and its  › Books › History › Africa. The important From Mining Camp to Metropolis – The Buildings of Johannesburg – by Gerhard-Mark van der Waal () has been Johannesburg its buildings and its people () was the vehicle for the drawings of the architect Hannes Meiring, it earns a mention but it is an incomplete Meiring, H.

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This slender book, just 60 pages, has been reproduced from the British Museum rare document collection and is available online from Amazon and Abe books. The Golden Transvaal - reprint book   Here is an interesting photographic souvenir and important record of early Johannesburg.

The title is "South African Goldfields Panoramic and Other Views of Johannesburg, ". This small booklet is a rare item as it was published just three years after the start of the town and its mining camp origins.

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Whether you want to discover South Africa’s traditional roots, diverse cultures or explore the lively spirit of [ ] 2 days ago  It became the seat of the company that once controlled the world’s richest gold mines and Johannesburg’s first ‘skyscraper’. Among its many striking features is its opulent staircases, the red-brown cut stone of its exterior, corner turrets and copper-clad projecting central bay that runs vertically up the ten-storey :// Taking stock of modernist buildings and their potential for reuse is a necessary public project in Johannesburg.

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