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Corridors of Freedom

Corridors of Freedom

Transport-orientated development will see Joburg overturn apartheid-era town planning, by bringing services, schools and work opportunities.
Priority Areas

Priority Areas

The shape of the future city will see development in what we've identified to be priority areas.
Greenways

Greenways

The JDA's flagship Bus Rapid Transit system is the result of renewed interest in investing in public transport to build liveable cities.
parkstation

Cultural hub

Park Station is to be turned into a gateway to Africa, with a public place that is a celebration of African food and culture.

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News from the JDA

Joburg scoops top award for Corridors of Freedom project

Johannesburg scooped a top award at the 2014 Planning Africa Conference in Durban for its Corridors of Freedom project, a pioneering initiative aimed at breaking down apartheid planning patterns in the City.

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Eyethu Orange Farm Mall opens its doors

The R400-million Eyethu Orange Farm Mall, one of the first malls in South Africa to be partly owned by the community it serves, is set to transform one of Joburg's least developed areas into a thriving business district.

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Residents to benefit from Corridors of Freedom developments

More than R41.8-million has been set aside to redevelop sports facilities and other public amenities along Johannesburg's Corridors of Freedom in 2014-15 as part of a drive to enhance the quality of life of the City's residents.

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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
New football facilities for KliptownNew football facilities for Kliptown

Football fans in Kliptown will soon be playing the beautiful game on a brand-new pitch after a revamp spearheaded by the Johannesburg Development Agency.

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Rooftop garden plants seeds of successRooftop garden plants seeds of success

Working with the Johannesburg Housing Company and other partners, the JDA has planted a useful garden on the roof of a building in the inner city. Here, herbal remedies are grown alongside vegetables.

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