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Famous Joburgers Print E-mail
06 January 2009

FROM the global to the local stage, many Joburg residents have had an impact on the psyche of the city.


Phillip Tobias

MORE than a great academic and renowned palaeontologist, Phillip Tobias is a humanist committed to high standards of personal integrity.
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Nelson Mandela

Born in Eastern Cape, Nelson Mandela moved to Johannesburg in the 1940s; and it was to Joburg that he returned after nearly three decades in prison.
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Nelson Mandela

Eduan Naudé and Brian Shalkoff

It's been serving scrumptious food for over four decades, with queens, presidents, actors, celebrities and ordinary folk breaking bread at its tables; Gramadoelas is a Johannesburg institution – and owners Eduan Naudé and Brian Shalkoff are pretty famous, not only here but across the world.
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			Eduan Naudé and Brian Shalkoff

Albertina Sisulu

Ma Sisulu is South African royalty, a stalwart of the struggle and one of the most beloved people in the country - and a Joburg resident.
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Albertina Sisulu

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

The "mother of the nation" still lives in Soweto, and is greeted with love and affection wherever she goes.
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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

 

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Last Updated on 12 June 2012