Germiston


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Germiston

(ˈdʒɜːmɪstən)
n
(Placename) a city in South Africa, southeast of Johannesburg: industrial centre, with the world's largest gold refinery, serving the Witwatersrand mines. Pop: 139 721 (2001)

Ger•mis•ton

(ˈdʒɜr mə stən)

n.
a city in S Transvaal, in the NE Republic of South Africa. 221,972.
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The boy's father Reggie Mokalapa, 39, was told by doctors at the Medicross Germiston that the circumcision would take less than two hours, reports South Africa's Independent Online.
The crime that a man from Africa experienced on his arrival at Germiston station in the short story "Hae" has until today not been solved.
She was born in Germiston, Gauteng, on November 7, 1917 to a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant couple .
Mrs Suzman was born in Germiston, Gauteng, on November 7, 1917 to a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant couple.
Suzman was born in Germiston on November 7, 1917, to a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant couple.
Police said they had arrested four leaders in Germiston, east of Johannesburg, on charges of incitement to violence.
Columbus, Ohio, purchased 100% of AMETSA, its sales and manufacturing facility in Germiston, South Africa, at the end of 2007, according to a release issued by the company.
GERMISTON is one of the most epic spots in the world--snake run into a bowl complete with acorns, kinks, and graffiti, Down the line is fast and furious.
Despite setting a national 200m record in the first meeting of the series at Germiston a fortnight ago, he has found himself way off the pace in the shorter sprint.
The Super League clubs are winding up their warm-weather training with a friendly in Germiston, near Pretoria.
The tour will comprise some coaching of rugby league players in what is definitely a development zone and it will end with an exhibition game against Leeds Rhinos in a town called Germiston, near Pretoria.
The Wigan assistant coach yesterday named a 21-strong squad to take on South Africa's senior team in the first Test at Technikon, Pretoria, on Sunday, November 11, and in the second at Herman Immelman, Germiston, a week later.