Accommodation in Braamfontein, Johannesburg
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Lying just outside the Johannesburg CBD, north of the city, Braamfontein suffered a literal exodus of businesses and institutions as the centre of Johannesburg moved out to Sandton and the northern suburbs, but it never decayed as some of the inner city has done. Instead, Braamfontein has became home to a less formal economy.
Braamfontein became part of Jo’burg as far back as 1886. It has history, even if it began its life as a farm. Over time it became part of the vibrant business district that was Jo’burg’s Central Busines... [continued]