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Margaret Arnolds 4h
Tonite I joined the MEC of Sports Arts and Culture in Honouring our Artists across Gauteng
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City of Joburg 3h
Replying to @CityofJoburgZA
Painted Wolf Wine Company will be doing a wine tasting this evening. The company manufactures wine to preserve wildlife, how beautiful is that. ^LM
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City of Joburg 3h
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People should learn about financial literacy and understand where their money is going, also live beyond your means - Rowena Shordries ^LM
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City of Joburg 4h
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Financial advisor, Rowena Shordries presents on how to create you own wealth. She asks the audience what they would like to know about finances before her presentation. ^LM
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City of Joburg 4h
Replying to @chieskwy @JHBWater
kindly assist ^LM
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City of Joburg 4h
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One of my books talks about patriarchy and the impact it has on women. I am glad took it upon myself to start talking about the issues around it. - Sue Nyati ^LM
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City of Joburg 4h
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Sue Nyati was in property and had worked with the City. She is now an author of various books, and will soon have one of her books on Netflix. Check out the video as she talks about herself and her book. ^LM
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City of Joburg 5h
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Here is the programme for the evening. ^LM
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City of Joburg 5h
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The City is proud to have a partnership with an organisation that allows women to mingle with property giants and get to understand the industry, as it is a male-dominated business. ^LM
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City of Joburg 5h
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Established in 2000, the Women's Property Network provides a platform for women in the commercial property industry to build valuable connections, develop & enhance their careers & celebrate the success of women in the industry. ^LM
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City of Joburg 5h
Good evening Joburg, it's a fine evening at the , and we are here for the Women Property Network end year function in partnership with the City of Joburg. ^LM
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City of Joburg 5h
Replying to @MyJRA
-It is constructed over an old pipe structure. -Made up of multiple precast concrete poryals and pipes. - Abundance of rock outcrop in immediate vicinity. -Damagef gabion weir upstream- intendef flow control. ^PS
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City of Joburg 5h
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The bridge is aimed at limiting /deterring traffic from using the causeway. It is 21m long x 4.85m wide. ^PS
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City of Joburg 5h
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It is for this reason that JRA has decided to upgrade to a double lane to allow for safer, quicker free flowing traffic along Belgrave Street which feeds into the broader traffic outline of the region. ^PS
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City of Joburg 5h
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This causes much frustration for users who have to find alternative routes to continue their journey. Structural damage has also been found on parts of the bridge. ^PS
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City of Joburg 5h
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The Belgrave Street Bridge is a single lane which causes daily traffic build up and floods easily during rainfall. ^PS
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City of Joburg 5h
🎦WATCH LIVE: Belgrave Street Bridge set for a major upgrade. 👉 ^PS
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City of Joburg 5h
Belgrave Street Bridge set for a major upgrade
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JoburgParksZoo 10h
Visiting one of our parks this weekend? Leave only your footprints
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