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Malibongwe Drive, formerly known as Hans Strijdom Drive (Afrikaans: Hans Strijdom-rylaan), is a major road that runs through an industrial area in the northwest of Johannesburg, South Africa. It connects Randburg with Northgate. Malibongwe is said to mean "be praised" or blessed and which the Johannesburg Development Agency says refers to the 1956 Women's March, a woman's march against the carrying of passes. The Damelin Randburg campus is located on Malibongwe Drive.

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  • Malibongwe Drive, formerly known as Hans Strijdom Drive (Afrikaans: Hans Strijdom-rylaan), is a major road that runs through an industrial area in the northwest of Johannesburg, South Africa. It connects Randburg with Northgate. Malibongwe is said to mean "be praised" or blessed and which the Johannesburg Development Agency says refers to the 1956 Women's March, a woman's march against the carrying of passes. The Damelin Randburg campus is located on Malibongwe Drive.
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  • ZAF
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  • North
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  • South
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  • CR Swart Dr, Ferndale
  • Hans Schoeman Str/Hill Str, Ferndale
  • Judges Ave, Cresta
  • Old Pretoria Road, near Lanseria
  • Republic Rd, Ferndale
  • South Africa Drive, Cosmo City
  • South Rd, Linden
  • Western Bypass, Ferndale
  • Witkoppen Road, North Riding
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  • Johannesburg Roads Agency and Department of Roads and Transport
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  • N14, Muldersdrift
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  • West Str, Cresta
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  • Malibongwe Drive, formerly known as Hans Strijdom Drive (Afrikaans: Hans Strijdom-rylaan), is a major road that runs through an industrial area in the northwest of Johannesburg, South Africa. It connects Randburg with Northgate. Malibongwe is said to mean "be praised" or blessed and which the Johannesburg Development Agency says refers to the 1956 Women's March, a woman's march against the carrying of passes. Hans Strijdom Drive, as well as another major Randburg road, Hendrik Verwoerd Drive, were renamed due to their strong ties to Apartheid. Despite the most popular suggestion for the new name being Nelson Mandela Drive, and Nkululeko Drive emerging as the chosen replacement, Hans Strijdom Drive was renamed Malibongwe Drive at the end of September 2007. The reaction from businesses along Hans Strijdom Drive was generally negative, however, with only 20 percent supporting the name change. Most businesses cited the high cost of having replacement stationery, business cards etc. made. The Damelin Randburg campus is located on Malibongwe Drive.
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  • 512
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  • North
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