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The big hole being dug in Newtown is the start of a R1.2bn retail and office development incorporating some of Johannesburg's most historic buildings.

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Gauteng's R1,7bn expected to revitalise city's ailing inner suburbs 
Johannesburg's struggling central business district (CBD) is set to become one of the biggest benefactors of the Gauteng government's commitment to increase fixed investment. 

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