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Greater Johannesburg may mean:
- The area governed by the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council (GJMC) from 1995 to 2000.
- The current City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, which superseded the GJMC in 2000 with the incorporation of much of Midrand and some of Modderfontein.
- The place itemized in the 1996 census, defined as the MLC's constituting the GJMC (ie Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern Johannesburg MLC's) plus Kempton Park/Tembisa MLC, Edenvale/Modderfontein MLC and Midrand/Rabie Ridge/Ivory Park.[better source needed] As of 2017[update] the name "Greater Johannesburg" has not been used in any subsequent census.
- The area surrounding the city of Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Greater Johannesburg, the area that falls under the jurisdiction of the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council (GJMC).
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265 Metropolitan areas - Six metropolitan areas have been establishd for South Africa. These are: Greater Johannesburg...
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