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International Trade and Business in Johannesburg (Master South Africa)

Study in Johannesburg, Soweto (South Africa). Doctorates and Masters in Global Trade

Johannesburg (Egoli) is the economic and financial centre of South Africa (Southern Africa)

  1. Johannesburg: 16% of the South African GDP
  2. Johannesburg is the largest South African diamond and gold centre
    1. Most South African mining companies are based in Johannesburg
  3. Johannesburg is one of the world's leading financial and commercial centres
    1. South African Stock Exchange is based in Johannesburg
  4. Steel and cement factories in Johannesburg

Transport and Logistics in Johannesburg, South Africa

  1. Railway: Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Johannesburg
  2. City Deep Container Terminal (the largest dry port in the world): 50% of the International Trade arriving in Johannesburg via the ports of Durban (568 kilometres along the N3 Highway) and Cape Town.
    1. Industrial Development Zone in City Deep
  3. Access to the Port of Maputo (Mozambique)
  4. O. R. Tambo International Airport
  5. Johannesburg Ring Road: subset of roads surrounding Johannesburg
  6. Distance from Johannesburg to Pretoria: 55 kilometres
  7. Access to the North-South Corridor

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South Africa: Master Doctorate Global Trade South African Students from Johannesburg: enrol, study online and receive your European Diploma (Courses, Masters and Doctorates in International Business / eLearning) from Johannesburg (South Africa). Doctorates and Masters in Global Trade

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade, Transport in Africa, Export Back Office
  2. Doctorates: African Business, Global Logistics, World Trade

South African Students from Johannesburg (Master, Doctorate)

EENI Online Masters and Doctorates in International Business adapted to the South African Students

More information: Business in South Africa, at EENI Global Business School Website.

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  1. Johannesburg is the capital of the Gauteng province of South Africa
    1. Ekurhuleni
  2. Population of Johannesburg: 0.9 millions inhabitants
    1. Population of Johannesburg agglomeration: 9.6 million inhabitants
    2. Johannesburg is the largest South African city

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  1. Soweto (South-Western Townships) is part of Johannesburg
    1. Soweto was built during the apartheid to protect the displaced black South Africans
  2. Johannesburg is one of the five districts of the Gauteng province
  3. Main languages of Johannesburg: English and Zulu
  4. Blacks make up 73% of the population of Johannesburg, followed by whites (16%)
  5. Johannesburg is located in the hills of Witwatersrand (rich in minerals)
  6. Headquarters of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
  7. Elevation of Johannesburg: 1,753 meters
  8. Climate of Johannesburg: subtropical highlands
  9. Apartheid Museum
  10. 1886: foundation of Johannesburg (gold discovery)

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The port of Durban is the main port of Johannesburg

Logistics Course: Port of Durban South Africa

Access to the Port of Maputo

Logistics Course: Port of Maputo (Mozambique)

Cyril Ramaphosa (Soweto)

Cyril Ramaphosa (South African Businessman)

South African province: Gauteng

  1. Capital of the Gauteng Province: Johannesburg
  2. Largest city of the Gauteng Province: Johannesburg
  3. Population of the Gauteng Province: 12.3 millions inhabitants
  4. Area of the Gauteng Province: 18,178 kilometres
  5. Gauteng is the richest province of South Africa

Higher Education in Johannesburg (South Africa)

  1. University of Witwatersrand
  2. University of Johannesburg.
  3. School of commerce of the University of Pretoria
  4. South African Campus of Monash University

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