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Downtown Springs Skyline
Downtown Springs Skyline
Springs is located in Gauteng
 Springs shown within Gauteng
Coordinates: 26°15′17″S 28°26′34″E / 26.25472°S 28.44278°E / -26.25472; 28.44278Coordinates: 26°15′17″S 28°26′34″E / 26.25472°S 28.44278°E / -26.25472; 28.44278
Country South Africa
Province Gauteng
Municipality Ekurhuleni
Established 1904
 • Total 183.50 km2 (70.85 sq mi)
Elevation 1,627 m (5,338 ft)
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 121,610
 • Density 660/km2 (1,700/sq mi)
Racial makeup (2011)[1]
 • Black African 57.5%
 • Coloured 1.4%
 • Indian/Asian 4.4%
 • White 36.2%
 • Other 0.5%
First languages (2011)[1]
 • Afrikaans 30.2%
 • Zulu 20.6%
 • English 15.7%
 • Northern Sotho 8.0%
 • Other 25.4%
Postal code (street) 1559; 1576; 1578
PO box 1555 – 1559; 1560 – 1575; 1577 -1579
Area code 011

Springs is a city on the East Rand in the Gauteng province of South Africa. It lies 50 km (31 mi) east of Johannesburg and 72 km (45 mi) southeast from Pretoria. The name of the city derives from the large number of springs in the area; it has an estimated population of more than 375,000,[citation needed] in 2004 and is situated at 1628 m (5,340 ft) a.s.l.[2] It is part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, which includes much of the East Rand.

Springs was divided during the Apartheid era into the middle- and upper-income white suburbs around the city centre, the Indian area of Bakerton east of the CBD, while blacks were relocated to KwaThema,[3] southwest of the CBD. This divide has faded since democracy, with mixed races in all areas. The influx of poor black families has given rise to informal settlements near all of the industrial areas, which has been blamed for higher crime rates and falling property prices.[citation needed]


The city of Springs, east of Johannesburg, is on the East Rand, or what is now known as the Metropolitan area of Ekurhuleni, in the Gauteng Province. It was founded as a coal and gold mining town in 1904, but its history can be traced back to the second half of the 19th century.

From about 1840 farmers moved into the area and declared farms for themselves, especially after the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (South African Republic, later Transvaal) became an independent republic with the signing of the Sand River Convention in 1852. These initial farms were large, but the measurements of the borders were inaccurate and later, when the correct borders of the farms had to be documented, there were several extra or odd pieces of land that did not belong to any farm. These odd pieces of land then became state property. Such an odd piece existed between three neighbouring farms on the Witwatersrand, namely Geduld (meaning 'patience'), De Rietfontein ('the reed fountain') and Brakpan (literally, 'small, brackish lake'). The 685 ha odd piece was given the name 'The Springs' by the land surveyor James Brooks, probably because of all the fountains on the land. Another story is that he wanted to name it after himself, but because his name (Brooks) resembled the Afrikaans word 'broek' (trousers) so closely, he feared that the Afrikaans farmers in the area would mock it.

On 16 September 1884 the official map of The Springs was registered in Pretoria, the Republic's capital. Initially, the land's value was equal to R200. But the discovery of coal and gold and its subsequent mining increased the value considerably.

The coal discovered in The Springs was of a good quality and in 1888 the first contract was signed to mine coal there. Initially mining was on a small scale, but rose when the Great Eastern mine was established. There were a number of corrugated iron houses around the mine and, although there was a few small hotels and general dealers, it was not a town yet. The settlement grew and in 1902 a health committee was appointed to look after the building and location of structures and also the hygiene in the growing township. In 1904 the Grootvlei Proprietary Mines were registered and shafts were sunk. This followed the discovery in 1899 of gold on the farm Geduld and the further discovery of the main reef in 1902.

In April 1904 The Springs was proclaimed a town, called Springs, the health committee replaced by a town council, and it flourished as a mining town. In 1962, Springs produced 10% of the country's gold and 9% of its uranium. However, by the end of the 1960s the last mine in town, the Daggafonteinmyn, (literally: Marijuana fountain mine) was emptied. The town did not die, but instead developed into an industrial centre.

The original 7 km² farm on which the city of Springs was later to be built, The Springs, was surveyed in 1883. Coal was discovered in the area in 1887 and three years later the Transvaal Republic's first railway was built to carry coal from the East Rand coalfields to the gold mines of the Witwatersrand.

Gradually, especially after coal was discovered further east in South Africa in Witbank, the Springs collieries were closed. In the meanwhile, however, gold had also been discovered in the area. A village was laid out in 1904 and in 1908 the first gold mining began. Springs was granted municipal status in 1912. By the late 1930s, there were eight gold mines near Springs, making it the largest single gold-producing area in the world.[4]

Springs is currently one of the industrial centers of the Witwatersrand and also the Eastern Gateway of Gauteng towards Mpumalanga and Northern Kwazulu Natal. Mining has been replaced by manufacturing and engineering industries of economic importance; products of the region include processed metals, chemicals, paper and foodstuffs.



Springs has a typical temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The summers are hot with afternoon thunder showers in early summers and drier during January and February which are the two hottest months. The winters are very cold with severe frost and very occasional snow, the coldest months being July and August although June is also very cold. August is usually a very windy month continuing into early spring of September with sandstorms and strong winds. Spring is warm to hot with some afternoon showers. Spring usually starts to show during the latter half of August although it is officially springtime from September. The autumns are generally cooler, starting with late rains in the beginning of autumn and getting colder towards winter with the first frost in late autumn. At times the first signs of autumn can be seen in late February. The average highs during the summers are 32 °C (90 °F) although it can go as high as 37 °C (99 °F). A record high of 40 °C (104 °F) has been recorded. Average winter temperatures are around 10 °C (50 °F) and the average lows during the summer months are 15 °C (59 °F) and – 5 °C (23 °F) during the winter months . Temperatures can drop to – 10 °C (14 °F) and a record low of −15 °C (5 °F) has been recorded. The average rainfall in Springs is 450 mm (18 inches) per annum.

Fauna and flora[edit]

Springs has a Highveld grassland vegetation, which is the general vegetation type of the Highveld which consists of the southern half of Gauteng, Western Mpumalanga, South Eastern parts of the Limpopo province, most of the Freestate, Northern Eastern Cape and South Eastern parts of Northwest and Eastern Northern Cape.

Springs is mostly grassland with short grass with some smaller succulent plants such as the aloe. The plough-breaker which is unique on the Highveld with most part of the plant in the soil can also be found. The wetland areas in Springs has an area of 17 km2 (6.6 mi2) fed by the Blesbokspruit and Lesser Blesbokspruit, with concomitant water plants and trees growing nearby.

The Blesbokspruit Wetland Region in Springs draws over 300 species of birds, including the great flamingo, Egyptian Goose, barn owl, blue kite, blue crane, guineafowl, secretary-bird and the ostrich. Water mammals such as the otter and lesser otter have been observed in less populated areas. The blesbok, mongoose, reed buck, read jackal, black wildebeest, springbok, mountain zebra, the porcupine and other mammals are to be found, but usually within reserve areas. Various species of reptiles such as the rinkhals, puffadder brown house snake, aurora house snake and various lizards, including the giant girdled lizard, and the African bullfrog are also to be found in wetland areas of Springs.


Springs as a city is an economic hub in the East Rand with a diverse economy, ranging from manufacturing, commerce, service, hospitality, mining and service providing companies.


Springs is one of the industrial centres in Gauteng served by four industrial suburbs, which are New Era, Nuffield, Enstra and Fulcrum with smaller industrial areas at Dersley, suburb of Springs, Daggafontein, Selection Park, Selcourt and Strubenvale. There are a couple of manufacturing companies in Springs. The only Kelloggs factory in South Africa is situated in Springs. Springs is also home to Impala Platinum's precious and base metal refineries as well as PFG Building Glass Building Glass, the only producer of float glass on the continent. Zincor, the only zinc producer in Africa, was also located here; its refinery used to produce all South Africa's requirement of this metal and ceased its production operations in 2011 due to various economic reasons. Springs is home to Sappi Enstra Mill, the only paper mill plant of Southern Africa, only paper mill plant in the world that is not next to a river, Element Six Ultra High, an industry in industrial diamonds and beverage cans, manufacturing of cans and Kimberly-Clark in Enstra manufacturing toilet paper, tissues, serviettes and other products. Afrox Healthcare has a plant in Enstra, Springs specializing in health care products. Then there is also Liebherr Group Africa specializing in heavy construction vehicles, McCain Foods packaging plant in Nuffield, Corobrik Plant near Selcourt specializing in bricks and Kreepy Krauly swimming pool equipment and regulator system manufacturing plant in Nuffield Springs. Mondi Group also have the cartonboard plant and recycling plant in New Era and Sony Ericson phone manufacturing plant also in New Era. There is also the Cobra Water Tap in New Era. There is also the Kater's Motor Conversion plant in Springs specializing in vehicle conversions for ambulances, police vehicles and other emergency vehicles in Nuffield, Springs. Springs is home to Jachris pty limited, a hose and coupling manufacturer that supplies most of Southern Africas mining houses.


Historically, Springs was known as a mining centre for two major types of minerals (gold and coal). Springs is still one of the gold mining centers in South Africa, which includes the Modder East plant of One Gold, the Geduld Mine and East Geduld Mine and also the Daggafontein and East Daggafontein mines. Besides gold, new coal mines towards the east of the city are being developed.


Springs is also a transporting centre with many transporting companies. Some of the more known companies include Van Heerden's Trucking company in Largo, an eastern suburb of Springs and Penta Trucking focusing on cargo transporting from Nuffield, Springs. Welthagen Transport in New Era specialises in bulk and container shipping and the Amalgamating Bulk carrier company from Welgedag, Springs concentrates on bulk transporting.

Springs CBD[edit]

Northern Entrance to the Springs CBD

Springs has a well developed CBD with a couple of highrise office buildings such as the 18-story Checktown building housing the regional office of Telkom for Gauteng and head office for the trading section and Marketing of Telkom, the 12-story Standard Bank building which has been standing empty for a number of years, the 14-story Nongai building that is undergoing restoration and the 13-story Seedfam Towers and also a 14-story Everest Apartment complex.

Shopping centres[edit]

There are two major shopping malls in the Springs Downtown serving Springs, The Avenues and Palm Springs, as well as Veranda Shopping Centre and the Third Street Arcade, Seedfam Tower Arcade, Standard Band Arcade and a newer arcade in Third Street too and the Second Street Mall near the Springs Railway Station. There are a number of shopping centres in the suburbs of Springs such as the Selcourt Shopping Center, Strubenvale Shopping Centre, New State Era Shopping Centre, Bakerton Square and also the newer shopping centres like Springsgate and Selcourt Towers and many more shopping centers in Springs and the suburbs. A new regional mall, Springs Mall has just begun construction on Wit Road at the N17 onramp. Scheduled to open in early 2017 it will give the area 50000 m² of premium retail shopping.

Other businesses[edit]

Service delivery business is also very strong in Springs. Many of them are focusing on business development, consultancy and business solutions in the city. Others are construction businesses and property development. There are also many financial services like the Financial consultancies, auditors and accountants in the city and legal services and property agencies. Acupack Solution, a packaging machine manufacturing company, is based in New Era.

There are many restaurants in Springs and catering services and events managements business in the city. Hospitality is also strong as there are many guesthouses in the city and around the city. The Stable Inn is the best known in Springs. Springs is also well served by Takeaway businesses

Culture and sport[edit]

PAM Brink Stadium is a sports stadium currently used for soccer and rugby. At Presidents Park there are many horse jumping tournaments that take place. Springs has two golf courses, the Springs Country Club in Selection Park, and the Pollock Park Country Club.


Springs is served very well by the Media. There are local newspapers that operate from Springs. The Springs Advertiser covers the whole of the greater Springs area, including KwaThema. Then there is also the African Reporter that covers KwaThema, Tsakane in Brakpan and Duduza. Springs is also served by a local radio station, the East Rand Stereo on a frequency of 93.9 FM Stereo, covering the whole of Ekurhuleni Metro, eastern parts of Johannesburg, Heidelberg, Delmas, Secunda in Mpumalanga, Leandra, and Devon in Eastern Gauteng, with over 300,000 listeners. East Rand Stereo operates from the headquarters in Springs, following some satellite studios that had been opened in Brakpan, Benoni and Boksburg. The video production company Black Light Productions is situated in Dersley, a tranquil suburb of Springs. They are specialists and experts in corporate video and video marketing.


Springs has about 120 parks, the most well-known being Presidents Park, where there is horse jumping, and Murray Park, which has a caravan site next to the Alexander Dam. There is also Frikkie Deysel Park in Petersfield, Butler Park in Geduld, George Sutter Park in Selection Park, and the Park of Dersley in Dersley Park. In Northeastern Springs, the Blesbokspruit Wetland Reserve has a great diversity of birds and plants. Springs also has a Game Reserve near the CBD and the unique Pioneer Park with Dutch characteristics next to the Springs CBD.

Architecture and monuments[edit]

Today, Springs is well known for its architecture: it has the second biggest collection of small scale Art Deco buildings in the world, after Miami in Florida, in the United States. These Art Deco buildings were constructed between the two World Wars. Other landmarks include several monuments to important figures in the city's development, like Paul Kruger, and the war cemetery where many Coloured soldiers are buried who died during the Second World War fighting in the Allied Forces. There is also the War Monument at the northern entrance of the Springs CBD, The Old Springs Fire Station and also the Dutch Windmill in the Pioneer Park, Springs. There is also a small scale replica of the Voortrekker Monument in the Springs CBD near the library. Springs also boast with an art gallery next to the Springs Library and at the front of the Springs Railway station there is an old orange tree planted by the Dutch people when Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands visited the old South African Republic during the time of Paul Kruger, President of the ZAR as he was accompanying her. Springs also boast in the Springs civic Theatre where many productions are done. The Springs Civic Centre and City Hall is also a unique building complex as it rested on the hey logs with water underneath on which the building complex rest.

Jewish Community[edit]

Up until the late 1990s Springs had a vibrant Jewish community. There were two synagogues, with a total of 300 families. Today (2015) most of the community has left for Johannesburg, Cape Town, or further afield like Israel, Australia, USA and the UK.


Springs is served by a very good transportation system, by both road and rail and is also close to the OR Tambo International Airport in Kempton Park via the N12 and R21.

Road transportation[edit]

Springs is served by two national highways. The N12 is an east/west freeway, connecting Springs with Witbank to the east and with Johannesburg in the west. The N17 is also an east/west freeway, but connects Springs with Ermelo in the east and Johannesburg in the west. Springs is also served by four regional routes, the R29, R51, R554 and the R555. The R29 is an east/west regional route which connects Springs with Benoni northwest of Springs and with Leandra in the east. The north/south R51 which connects Springs with Pretoria in the north and with Nigel, Balfour and Villiers in the south. The R554 with its terminal at the R51 route near the Springs CBD which connects Springs with Alberton and the southern suburbs of Johannesburg and the R555 road with its terminal at the R29 at the War Monument at the northern entrance of Downtown Springs to the northeast that connects Springs with Delmas, Witbank and Middelburg. Springs is also connected with Brakpan through the M46 and Heidelberg via the R42 that runs into the R51 is connected to Springs too.

Railway transportation[edit]

Transnet Freight Rail Station, Welgedag, Springs

Springs is also a major railway hub. Springs is a subhub for the Metrorail Gauteng with the Springs-Johannesburg trains serving Springs, Brakpan, Benoni, Boksburg, Germiston and Johannesburg. Springs also have the Springs Nigel Line serving Springs and Nigel. Springs is also a major hub for Transnet Freight Rail with goods and cargo carriers trains from the Springs, Welgedag and Daggafontein stations connecting Springs with Johannesburg, Ermelo, Witbank, Nelspruit, Pretoria, Vereniging, Klerksdorp, Richards Bay, Durban, Bloemfontein, Pietersburg, Lesotho and Rustenburg. Coal and wood is transported with petroleum and ammonia and cement. Springs is also served by the container services through rail and road,


Although Springs is a highly industrial city, its suburbs are treelike with many parks and also giving some suburban character. The following are the main suburbs of Springs.

Modder East (Eastvale), Dersley, Presidents Dam, Presidents Ranch, Krugersrus, New State Era, Krugersrus Ext, Rowhill, Petersfield, Petersfield Ext, Paul Krugersoord, East Geduld, Geduld, Geduld Ext, Springs Ext, Springs CBD, Lodeyko, Welgedag, Holfontein, Persida, Welgedag Small Holdings, Everest, Gugulethu, Slovo Park, Slovo Park East, Bakerton, Strubenvale, Strubenvale Ext, Grootvlei, Great Valley, Casseldale, Palmiet Kuil, Largo, Aston Lake, Skoon Plaas, Kingway, Lindelani, Edelweiss, Edelweiss Ext, Daggafontein, Daggafontein Ext, Selection Park North, Selection Park South, Selcourt, Struisbult, Pollak Park, Wright Park, Reedville, Dal Fouche, KwaThema.


There are several schools, ranging from pre-primary to secondary schools, and a tertiary college in Springs.[5]

  • Bakerton Primary School
  • Creative Education Centre (Nursery & Primary School)[6]
  • Job Maseko Primary School
  • KwaThema Primary School
  • Laerskool Christiaan Beyers
  • Laerskool Jan van Riebeeck
  • Laerskool Morester
  • Laerskool PAM Brink
  • Laerskool Selection Park
  • Laerskool Welgedag
  • Laerskool Werda
  • Montessori School
  • Olympia Park School
  • Pinegrove Primary School
  • Protea School
  • Selcourt Primary School[7]
  • Selpark Primary School[8]
  • Steboo High School
  • Springs Muslim School
  • Strubenvale Primary School[9]
  • Eureka High School
  • Hoer Tegniese Skool Springs[10]
  • Hoerskool Hugenote[11]
  • Hoërskool Dr Johan Jurgens High School[12]
  • Jameson High School
  • Springs Boys' High School[13]
  • Springs Girls' High School[14]
  • Springs Secondary School
  • Veritas College[15]
  • Ekurhuleni East College, Springs Campus[16]

Hospitals and medical services[edit]

Springs is also served by the Far East Rand provincial Hospital and three private hospitals, the N17 Hospital, the St Mary Women's Hospital and the Parkland Hospital closer to the Springs CBD. Springs is also served by many clinics, including the White City and KwaThema clinics in KwaThema, Painville clinic and the newly built Springs clinic operated under the Springs Service Delivery as municipal clinics under Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Council. Then there are many private clinics, some of them under Medi Clinic and other private ones, Physiotherapist clinics, Occupational Therapist clinics and also specialists doctors consultancy offices in Springs and the Medical laboratory at the Parklands Hospital, Springs.

Notable natives and residents[edit]

Important and well-known people who were born or lived in Springs include Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer, rock musician James Phillips (musician) and Afrikaans singer Rina Hugo Rina Hugo. Other famous people who are associated with Springs include:


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  2. ^ "Google Earth". Retrieved 2007-03-16. 
  3. ^ "KwaThema History". Retrieved 2008-10-07. 
  4. ^ "Property in Springs situated in Gauteng, South Africa". Retrieved 2007-03-16. 
  5. ^ "Springs Schools". Retrieved 2008-09-26. 
  6. ^ "Creative Education Centre". 
  7. ^ "Selcourt Primary School". 
  8. ^ "Selpark Primary School". 
  9. ^ "Strubenvale Primary School". 
  10. ^ "Hoer Tegniese Skool Springs". 
  11. ^ "Hoerskool Hugenote". 
  12. ^ "Hoërskool Dr Johan Jurgens High School". 
  13. ^ "Springs Boys' High School". 
  14. ^ "Springs Girls' High School". 
  15. ^ "Veritas College". 
  16. ^ "Springs College". 
  17. ^ "Brandon Auret IMDB site". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  18. ^ "Brandon Auret and Band". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  19. ^ "Famous People". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  20. ^ "Brandon Auret". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  21. ^ "George Bock". Retrieved 2008-10-14. 
  22. ^ "Roger Bushell". 
  23. ^ "Rudi Bryson". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  24. ^ "Our Success Story". Kreepy Krauly. Archived from the original on 14 October 2006. Retrieved 2007-03-16. 
  25. ^ "Fiona Coyne". Retrieved 2008-10-09. 
  26. ^ "Koos du Plessis". 
  27. ^ "Biography of Nadine Gordimer". Archived from the original on 23 September 2006. Retrieved 2007-03-16. 
  28. ^ "Dean Hall". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  29. ^ "Penny Heyns". Retrieved 2007-12-03. 
  30. ^ "Africa South Art Initiative (ASAI)". Retrieved 2007-03-16. 
  31. ^ "James Phillips". Retrieved 2007-03-16. 
  32. ^ "Justine Robbeson". Retrieved 2008-08-18. 
  33. ^ "Lawrence Sephaka". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  34. ^ "Eudy Simelane". Retrieved 2008-10-07. 
  35. ^ "Eudy Simelane news". Retrieved 2008-10-07. 
  36. ^ "Glenda Steyn". Retrieved 2009-10-08. 
  37. ^ "Glenda Steyn". Retrieved 2009-10-08. 
  38. ^ "Shirley Sutherland". Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  39. ^ "Andre Viljoen". Retrieved 2008-10-14. 

External links[edit]

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The Citizen

The Citizen
Tue, 14 Apr 2015 05:58:35 -0700

EMPD officials on the scene of the attempted cash-in-transit at New Era on April 13. Pc: Springs Advertiser. One man has died and another injured during an attempted cash-in-transit robbery on Industria Road, New Era in Springs, Gauteng. The two ...

SA Commercial Prop News

SA Commercial Prop News
Tue, 06 May 2014 08:57:21 -0700

Artist's impression of R850m Springs Mall, a 52 000sqm shopping mall to serve the greater Springs area in Ekurhuleni east of Gauteng. Image gallery. Development will soon begin at Springs Eco Park on a R850 million Springs Mall, claimed to be the ...

SA Commercial Prop News

SA Commercial Prop News
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 14:27:13 -0700

Marking the start of construction on Springs Mall in the east of Gauteng were, from left, Nicky Giuricich, Jack D'Arrigo, Mondli Gungubele, Executive Mayor of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality and Paul Gerard.

The Citizen (press release) (blog)

The Citizen (press release) (blog)
Tue, 18 Aug 2015 07:48:45 -0700

A screengrab from a CCTV video showing a woman being pickpocketed at a supermarkert. Pic: Springs Advertiser/YouTube. CCTV footage emerged showing three pickpockets execute a crafty robbery in the middle of a supermarket in Springs, Gauteng.


Tue, 18 Aug 2015 13:42:51 -0700

Springs, Gauteng, January 17 - A businessman and three police officers from Springs in Gauteng have been charged in connection with fake gun licences. They all briefly appeared in court earlier today. Video: eNCA. A businessman and three police ...


Tue, 03 Jun 2014 06:41:21 -0700

Springs, Gauteng - Details about the goings-on at the so-called Springs House of Horrors were heard in court on Wednesday. The man who allegedly abused and held his family hostage for over a decade applied for bail in the Springs Magistrate's Court.


Wed, 28 May 2014 11:00:00 -0700

SPRINGS, Gauteng - A Springs family held captive for years are receiving counselling for their ordeal. A 36-year-old man accused of locking up his wife and children appeared in court on Wednesday. The state, however, postponed his bail application ...

SA PROMO Magazine

SA PROMO Magazine
Mon, 20 Jul 2015 04:34:52 -0700

7 Dawn Park, Gauteng (117) 8 Chatsworth, KwaZulu-Natal (113) 9 Springs, Gauteng (110) 10 Sydenham, KwaZulu Natal (108) Most vehicles also get stole in Gauteng. In 2014, the SAPS reported 56,616 cases with 48% of the total being stolen in Gauteng.

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