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Johannesburg, City Centre intro. The major South African city of Johannesburg is home to over three million people, at least half of whom are black South Africans living in Soweto and its suburbs. The economic hub of the country, Johannesburg city centre has a skyline that is a mass of skyscrapers topped off by two immensely tall telecommunication towers. The city was built for the car, with little public transport except for its metro. The modern Sandton city centre must not be confused with the old city centre and Hillbrown. Sandton has a fine selection of Johannesburg City Centre hotels, mostly upscale. The city centre has a good number of museums covering everything from the apartheid era to the origins of the city and country, with the Museum of Africa, the Market Theatre precinct and Newtown especially vibrant areas displaying the many cultures and ethnicities represented here.