All Roads Lead to Randburg
The creation of a city improvement district, the Randburg Management District, provides a secure and clean environment for you to work and shop in! It is one of the many initiatives to ensure socio economic growth and investment, while positioning Randburg as a destination. Randburg, located in the north-western part of the city, is accessible from three major arterials; Jan Smuts Avenue and Bram Fischer Drive running North South and Republic Avenue and Bond Avenue running East West. Jan Smuts is the longest of these routes connecting Randburg to the Johannesburg CDB.
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Randburg Management District has a dedicated team of cleaning and maintenance crew. We have a total of 21 cleaners who ensure that Randburg Management District is cleaned daily.Read more...
Based on performance and commitment in keeping Randburg City safe and clean, an employee is nominated each month as best performer, and awarded with a shopping voucher.Read more...
We have a team of 16 Public safety ambassadors, working day-shift and 4 working night-shift, 7 days a week.Read more...
Update on the Randburg Public Environment Upgrade Project from May to October 2016
The contractor, Kingsway Civils, will be doing the Public Environment Upgrade on the Randburg Mall (Hill Street) from Oak Ave to Bram Fischer Drive. The work covers two blocks, Block 1 close to the taxi rank, and Block 2 near Randburg Square. This is a continuation of the project that was done last year by Superway Construction at the Hill Street side of the mall (Block 3).Read more...
Dear Property Owner
The Randburg Management District application for the establishment of a City Improvement District was approved by the Mayoral Committee on 14th October 2004.
The Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa Judgement in the matter between Randburg Management District and West Dune Properties 141 (Pty) Ltd., found that the formation of a City Improvement District under the Gauteng City Improvement Districts Act 1997 (Act no. 12 of 1997) – that the Municipal Council may not delegate authority to approve a City Improvement