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The average person living in a big city can spend up to four months of their life sitting, waiting and wishing in traffic. This is becoming ever truer in downtown Johannesburg and its surrounding metropolitan business hubs, particularly Sandton. The influx of people to the big city over the past

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The RMB WineX returns to the Sandton Convention Centre from October 28 to October 30, bringing Sandtonites a taste of some of the finest wines. South Africa’s premier wine show, now in its 16th year, always promises the greatest selection of wines under one roof – a time to muse

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The EFF has set their sites on Sandton for a march to the JSE to hand over a memorandum later today. Permission has been granted for the EFF to march to the Chamber of Mines and the SA Reserve Bank in the Jo’burg CBD – then proceed to the JSE

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As many Sandton businesses are trying to manage the impact of the EcoMobility Festival in October, Sandton City continues to trade as usual from October 1-31. Driven by the City of Johannesburg, this will be the world’s second-ever EcoMobility Festival. It will be celebrated by creating a month-long dedicated pedestrian

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With the 2015 EcoMobility Festival shutting down parts of Sandton for the month of October, it’s a good time to make the best of public transport and enjoy some of the many events planned for this period. October 1 to 4 ASCO Annual Fragrance Sale, Commerce Crescent – Sandton Time:

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With the EcoMobility World Festival less than a week away, the interest in this global event is growing, driven by the uncertainty of how exactly this month long undertaking will impact those living, visiting and working in Sandton. Driven by the City of Johannesburg and taking place in the Sandton

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The Sandton Times will be sharing information on the EcoMobility Festival, from October 1 to October 31, to help those who live, work and visit Sandton to navigate Africa’s richest square mile during this time. Driven by the City of Johannesburg, the upcoming EcoMobility Festival is part of the city’s plan

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