Midrand is situated at the Johannesburg metropolis in the Gauteng province, halfway between the Rand and Pretoria, hence the common name, Halfway house. Popularly known and identified as one of the 8 tourism hubs in Johannesburg, it has experienced a great deal of financial growth, and has become relatively modern. Its main areas include the Halfway House, Noordwyk, Carlswald, Kyalami, Vorna Valley and Waterfall, and many more.


Midrand, Halfway House

Halfway House, the CBD of Midrand comprises of amenities that include nearby schools, Midrand Primary and SPARK Midrand. The Boulders Mall for all your shopping needs, which is situated less than 3km off the N1 highway from Allandale off-ramp on Old Pretoria Road. It is also conveniently situated close to all major roads linking Gallagher Estates, O.R Thambo Airport; Sandton CBD and Pretoria. This residential and commercial area makes it easy to live and work with, with populations made up of young professionals and young families. Adjacent to Halfway Gardens, a residential area with amenities such as Midway Mews Shopping Centre, the Midrand Fire Station and Midrand...


Midrand, Noordwyk

Noordwyk, the residential hub of Midrand, with a constant development or residential security complex, offers amenities for food and entertainment that include Carlswald lifestyle centre with a Virgin active, and San ridge square. On the Gautrain bus route, getting around is a breeze. Schooling options available include Noordwyk secondary school, Sagewood School, Christ Church School, to name a few with an abundance of nurseries. Close to the N1 highway and freeways through New Road. Adjacent to Noordwyk is the Sagewood and Blue hills area which comprises of upper residential properties and estates. 


Midrand, Waterfall

Waterfall, which includes Waterfall City, known as the main work and play portion of this precinct. This brand new commercial hub of Gauteng shows off the biggest single phase mall in Africa, The Mall of Africa. Waterfall is an outstanding growth node of Gauteng, the economic hub of the African continent. Known to be the new CBD of Gauteng, the largest urban concept development - Waterfall offers the ultimate Work - Life balance. The area is rapidly developing into a true lifestyle and blue-chip business destination between the metropolis of Johannesburg and Pretoria. Waterfall sprawls from Modderfontein in the east beyond Kyalami in the West on both sides of Gauteng's...




Mauritius is an island well known for its beaches, located off the Southeast Coast of the African continent in the Indian Ocean. It is officially known as the Republic of Mauritius and is one of the top holiday destinations in the world. For many South Africans, it is fast becoming and extremely attractive destination for those seeking a comfortable island lifestyle for themselves and their families. The islands strongest draw factor is set near a perfect climate, lively and warm people, great food and low crime. The calibre of life on the island in terms of safety and outdoor activity is ideal for children, and in many cases less restrictive than other countries....

United Arab Emirates, Dubai

Dubai is situated in the northeast of the United Ara Emirates and is a city well known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture, and a lively nightlife scene. It is one of the most preferred tourist destinations in the world, with some of its featured attractions being the Burj Khalifa (known as the world's tallest building, an 830m tall tower,) at its foot lies the Dubai Fountain, with lights and jets choreographed to music, the Burj al Arab (the only seven star hotel located in the sea), the Dubai Mall (the largest mall in the world). On artificial islands just offshore is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.

United Kingdom, England

The United Kingdom is located off the North Western Coast of mainland Europe and is made up of the whole island of Great Britain which contains England, Wales, and Scotland as well as the Northern portion of the island of Ireland. The name Britain is sometimes used to make reference to the United Kingdom as a whole. The country's main capital is London, which is among the world's leading commercial, financial, and cultural centres. Other significant cities include the Birmingham, Liverpool, and Manchester in England, Belfast and Londonderry in Northern Ireland, Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland, and Swansea and Cardiff in Wales. The United Kingdom has made vital...

KwaZulu Natal


Amanzimtoti is situated to the south of the centre of Durban in KwaZulu Natal. The name ‘Amanzimtoti’ means ‘sweetwaters’ and is generally attributed to the famed King Shaka of the Zulus. During one of Shaka’s campaigns, he and his army stopped to rest here. He was brought a calabash filled with water from the local river and once he sipped the water, he said “Kanti Amanz'amtoti' meaning ' the water is sweet'. Amanzimtoti is a popular seaside destination for the family. One of the reasons for this is that Amanzimtoti borders the warm Indian Ocean. This warm water contains a diversity of...



Discover the South African coastal town of Ballito nestling between the green rolling hills of the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast, and the blue rolling waves of the warm Indian ocean. Experience some of the many diverse pursuits and visit enchanting locations within easy reach or simply relax on the golden sandy beaches to soak up the African sun. With Gateway Theatre of Shopping and La Lucia Mall just 30 minutes down the road towards Durban, you could not wish for more. For the brave there is the Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom about 20 minutes away, and for those who enjoy an even wilder life, there are fantastic game reserves, nature eco...


Ballito, Ballito

Blythedale is situated roughly about an hour from Durban, and just 10 minutes north of Ballito. Blythedale is a property hot spot for many local residents of Kwazulu Natal due to it being in close proximity to Ballito, easy access to the main roads, and the King Shaka International Airport. This Estate is packed with tranquil natural surroundings and an understated elegance in line with a sense of community, delicately balanced with privacy. Offering its residents a wide variety of things to do such as golf, bird watching, relaxing on the beach, playing sport, the Blythedale estate has something for everyone. Easy access to retail outlets, shopping centers and other...


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