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Johannesburg
Padurut king wanan: Bista ning Johannesburg CBD manibat Braamfontein, FNB Stadium (Soccer City), Ing Wits University East Campus, ampo ing Toring Sentech.
Padurut king wanan: Bista ning Johannesburg CBD manibat Braamfontein, FNB Stadium (Soccer City), Ing Wits University East Campus, ampo ing Toring Sentech.
Bandeera ning Johannesburg
Flag
Coat of arms of Johannesburg
Coat of arms
Palayo: Jo'burg; Jozi; Joni (bersyong Tsonga); Egoli (Lugal ning Gintu); Gauteng (Lugal ning Gintu); Maboneng (Lakanbalen da reng Sulu oCity of Lights)
Motto: "Unity in development"[1]
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Johannesburg
Johannesburg location within South Africa
Coordinates: 26°12′16″S, 28°2′44″E
Bangsa Mauling Aprika
Lalawigan [[]]
District [[Template:Metadata South Africa/mainplace/district District Municipality|Template:Metadata South Africa/mainplace/district]]
Munisipalidad [[Template:Metadata South Africa/mainplace/muni Local Municipality |Template:Metadata South Africa/mainplace/muni]]
Established 1886[2]
Gubiernu
 - Mayor Parks Tau (ANC)[3]
Lualas [4]
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 - Metro 635.1 sq mi (1,644.96 km2)
Katas/kabilian 5,751 ft (1,753 m)
Populasiun (2001 city; 2011 metro)[4]
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 - Metro 4,434,827
 - Metro Density 6,982.6/sq mi (2,696/km2)
Racial makeup (2001) [4]
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First languages (2001) [4]
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Time zone SAST (UTC+2)
Area code(s) 011
Website www.joburg.org.za

Ing Johannesburg (/ˈhænɪsbɜrɡ/; Afrikaans: [jo.ˈɦɐ.nəs.ˌbœrx]) a mayayaus mu namang Jozi, Jo'burg, Joni, eGoli o Joeys, ing pekamaragul a lakanbalen king Mauling Aprika, king populasyun. Ing Johannesburg ing tungkung panglalawigan (provincial capital) ning Gauteng, ing pekamabanding lalawigan king Mauling Aprika, a maki maragul diling ekonomiya king Mauling Aprika, ampo ing pekamaragul a ekonomiya king sanumang labuad o rehiyon king Sub-Saharan Africa.[5] Ing lakanbalen ing metung kareng limampulung (50) pekamaragul a en:metropolitan area king yatu,[6] ampo ing pekamaragul a lakanbalen king yatung e na kalele ning ilug, dayat (lake) o bebe dayatmalat.[7] Pagmaragul nang ya ing tungku ning kildap king yatu It claims to be the (lightning capital of the world), dapot babandian de murin deng aliwang lugal ing titulung iti.

Notes[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

  1. Johannesburg (South Africa). Crwflags.com. Retrieved on 9 December 2010.
  2. Chronological order of town establishment in South Africa based on Floyd (1960:20-26) xlv-lii.
  3. City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. Gauteng Department of Local Government. Retrieved on 29 September 2008.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Main Place Johannesburg. Census 2001.
  5. http://www.fasken.com/johannesburg/
  6. © Th. Brinkhoff (23 January 2010). Principal Agglomerations of the World. Citypopulation.de. Retrieved on 2 July 2010.
  7. Johannesburg. Southafrica.to. Retrieved on 2 July 2010.

Dalerayan[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

  • Early Johannesburg, Its Buildings and People. Hannes Meiring, Human & Rousseau. 1986. 143 pages. ISBN 0-7981-1456-8
  • Gold! Gold! Gold! The Johannesburg Gold Rush. Eric Rosenthal, AD. Donker, 1970, ISBN 0-949937-64-9
  • Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. Sarah Nuttall. Duke University Press. 9 January 2005. 210 pages. ISBN 0-8223-6610-X.
  • The Corner House: The Early History of Johannesburg. Alan Patrick Cartwright. MacDonald. 1965. 293 pages.

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