Celebrating 10 years of telling Sandton’s story, The Sandton Times has moved its editorial desk to WeWork’s new location at 155 West Street.
Johannesburg Pride is an open invitation for all to come and take a stride for Pride on Saturday, October 26 in Sandton Central. Every year, thousands gather to march through the streets of Johannesburg in a stand for self-acceptance and legal rights, but also in celebration of self pride. The
The JSE in Maude Street will be at the heart of the planned Sandton Shutdown protest from 3am on Friday, September 13. The Sandton Shutdown protest will be one, of what have become a series of protests in South Africa, highlighting the scourge of violence against women and children as
Located a stone’s throw away from the Sandton Gautrain Station, the freshly revealed OPEN Sandton offers entrepreneurs and those looking for a mobile work solution a space to create, meet and conduct business in a professional and flexible environment. The newly launched OPEN Sandton provides a unique and multifaceted space
However you come to Sandton Central – on foot, by bike, using public transport or a private car – your journey will soon be easier. The roads and sidewalks into and around South Africa’s vibrant business hub are getting better. Elaine Jack, who is Sandton Central Management District’s (SCMD) City
As many Sandton businesses are trying to manage the impact of the EcoMobility Festival in October, Sandton City continues to trade as usual from October 1-31. Driven by the City of Johannesburg, this will be the world’s second-ever EcoMobility Festival. It will be celebrated by creating a month-long dedicated pedestrian
The Sandton Times will be sharing information on the EcoMobility Festival, from October 1 to October 31, to help those who live, work and visit Sandton to navigate Africa’s richest square mile during this time. Driven by the City of Johannesburg, the upcoming EcoMobility Festival is part of the city’s plan