Joburg


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Joburg

(ˈdʒəʊˌbɜːɡ)
n
informal Johannesburg. See also Jozi
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However, with 11 national languages, people needed to put in a lot more effort to understand each other,' says FCB Joburg chief creative officer, Jonathan Deeb.
Anything that happens in Joburg over the next four days is a bonus for Frittelli, who claimed a US Tour card in the Web.com Tour Finals at the end of September and will be concentrating on Stateside golf next year.
Sharma, outside the world's top 450 before winning the Joburg Open and now ranked 66th, added: "I was quite tough on myself throughout the flight back to India as I didn't finish the tournament the way I wanted.
There really were no excuses for not arriving feeling like a million dollars - and with just a two-hour time difference in Joburg in November I was ready to go.
Howley Hall's Marcus Armitage walks onto the 17th green during the Joburg Open at Randpark Golf Club LUKE WALKER ge 17 e Clu AL Armitag 1 C WA
Sunday GOLF: The Joburg Open - Sky Sports Golf 8.30am.
"We actually are a city of film, but have not shone the bright lights on that fact," says Monique Griffith, executive manager of the Joburg Film Office, which will officially launch later this year.
If this Mashaba turns Joburg around, the local elections will turn out to have been the first and only warning shot for the ANC.
Coetzee, who finished 24th in the defence of his Joburg Open, said: "The Africa Open always attracts a strong contingent of local and international players and t The crowds are always fantastic, because they are lively but very neutral.
But I had a date with Joburg - one of the reasons I was in South Africa was to fly from Birmingham to Johannesburg on the new KLM route that makes getting to the country easier.
The Southport golfer reeled off three successive birdies to close out his final round 67 at the Joburg Open.