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"A Great City Deserves Great Cathedrals"
'One of our few remaining links with a bygone Johannesburg'
44 Main Street - The Jewel in Anglo's Crown
80 Albert Street - The nerve centre for controlling black people's lives during the early stages of apartheid
A Brief History of Windybrow
A Deeper Look at Johannesburg's New Street Names
A delightful 1987 calendar celebrating the centenary of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange
A few photographs of Johannesburg at the turn of the 20th century
A flag for the Con Court, with help from an elephant
A remarkable album of early 20th century views of Johannesburg
A remarkable set of 33 postcards of Johannesburg circa 1904-08
A Short History of the Jewish Community in Joburg
A Vision for Chinatown - The Remarkable Mr Walter Pon
ABSA's huge plans for the Joburg CBD
Aerial photographs that tell two stories!
Aiton Court: Relocating Conservation between Poverty and Modern Idealism
Amazing places to view the Joburg skyline
An unusual little book revealing Johannesburg in 1949
Barnett's Views of Johannesburg and Suburbs - A window on the world that was early Johannesburg
Brian McKechnie: heritage, passion and cars
Busting Out - Transplanting the heart of Johannesburg in the 1960s
Caring for the injured after the Johannesburg Station bombing
Carl von Brandis - The Father of Johannesburg
Civic Spine 1989-1991 - The voice of the architects
Clarendon Circle - Then and Now
Cleaning the Joburg Cenotaph - Before, During and After
Clive Chipkin pays tribute to Robin Fee
Destination Hillbrow - celebrating walking, living and heritage
Dorkay House hangs on
End of an era for historic mining firm
Five Sneaky Blue Plaques
Flo Bird - house by house, street by street
Gandhi - Inclusive Icon or Sectarian Symbol
Gandhi on trial in South Africa, again
Gone but not Forgotten - Johannesburg's oldest Mosque
Heritage body expresses concern about fire risk facing the city’s heritage; calls for commission of inquiry
Heritage Horror Stories highlighted by new action group
Hidden arcade re-emerges after four and a half decades
Historic photographs of Apartheid Johannesburg in the 1980s
How the name of Clarendon Place came about
Iconic Rotunda being vandalised
Illegal advertising on Old Park Station - Has MTN missed an opportunity?
Inner City Snapshot - November 2016
Joburg gets a new online heritage system!
Joburg's oldest surviving bank building is coming back to life!
Joburg’s market square defined the town
Johannesburg 1936... Keeping an eye out for souvenir survivals
Johannesburg as seen through the eyes of a young schoolboy in the late 1940s, early 1950s and later as a young married man in the early 1960s
Johannesburg celebrates its 130th birthday!
Johannesburg celebrates the Coronation of King Edward VII in 1902
Johannesburg in 1893
Johannesburg in a lithograph circa 1937 - In search of Charles Ernest Peers (Part 1)
Johannesburg panoramas – a tour of note with Chipkin and Munro
Johannesburg Stock Exchange Buildings over the Decades
Johannesburg's Beerhalls Crisis
Johannesburg's Early Markets
Johannesburg's First Air Conditioned Building
Joubert Park Lives - A 2016 Visit
Kippies, the club that wasn't there
Looking back at Johannesburg's Civic Spine controversy
Looking back at the restoration of the Barbican Building
Looking back on the restoration of Johannesburg's Old Fort
Looking back on the restoration of the majestic Reserve Bank Building
Magistrates’ Courts – blasts, apartheid and art
Markhams Building and the Cape Town Connection
Markhams' battle for survival
Massive Johannesburg CBD project finally moving ahead?
Modernist Icon Shimmers above Joburg once more
Museum Africa: An internationally renowned Africana collection at risk
Neil Fraser - reclamation champion
New Chapter in the History of the Joburg CBD is upon us
New Lease of Life for Giant Mining Stamp from 1886
Newtown's Edwardian Lavatory survives against the odds
Norman House - Gone but not forgotten
Old Images of South Africa's Town Halls
Old Park Station - A heritage site of exceptional significance comes alive again!
Old photographs of the massive Braamfontein Coal Stage
On tour with judge Albie Sachs
Photographs of Johannesburg circa 1892
Photographs of Johannesburg in the late 1950s and early 1960s
Pritchard Street thrives once again!
Putting Joburg buildings before profits - The legacy of Robin Fee
Remarkable Photographs Emerge from Joburg Family Archive
Remembering exciting finds in Drill Hall development
Remembering the 'Eiffel Tower of the Rand'
Remembering the days when my family owned the Three Castles Building
Remembering the end of the tramcar era
Somerset House's dusty, musty basement
South Africa's First Multiracial Restaurant during Apartheid
South Africa's forgotten bioscopes
Spectacular old photographs of Joburg from above
St Alban's Church breathes again (in 2012)
Student in Trouble - Protesting against Apartheid in the 1950s
Stuttafords to be fashionable once again
Ten Forgotten Buildings of Johannesburg
Ten Majestic Joburg Staircases
Ten of Joburg's Most Underrated Buildings
The Battle to Save the Colosseum Theatre
The Birth of the Market Theatre
The Buildings of C. H. Thrupp and Company over the Decades
The Colosseum - From a Cinema Fantasy of the Thirties to Modern apartment living in Johannesburg
The Famous Hanging Building at 78 Fox Street
The Klass Brothers - seven storeys of cultural history
The Preservation of Diagonal Street
The Pyrites Panic - When one in three citizens left Johannesburg
The Record Breakers - Johannesburg's Tallest Buildings over time
Touch Joburg’s gold mining days at the Rand Club
Two gum trees, firemen and horse races
Visit this monumental mosaic celebrating Johannesburg
We can reclaim our Hillbrow Tower!
We need to reclaim our Hillbrow tower
What did Johannesburg look like in 1889?
What was Johannesburg like in 1931?
When did Johannesburg first appear on a map?
When Johannesburg became a City!
Where else can you cross paths with Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi in one day?
Who was the Marshall in Marshallstown?
Why was there an explosion of towers in Johannesburg in the late 1960s and early 1970s?
William English - From Trapper Boy to Toff
Windybrow in Context - From Theodore Reunert Home to Windybrow Arts Centre
Wonder Theatre for the Miracle City - Opening Programme Find