All the chats in Gauteng

  1. Chats in Johannesburg
  2. Chats in Soweto
  3. Chats in Pretoria
  4. Chats in Benoni
  5. Chats in Tembisa
  6. Chats in Vereeniging
  7. Chats in Boksburg
  8. Chats in Krugersdorp
  9. Chats in Randburg
  10. Chats in Brakpan
  11. Chats in Vanderbijlpark
  12. Chats in Centurion
  13. Chats in Roodepoort
  14. Chats in Carletonville
  15. Chats in Midrand
  16. Chats in Westonaria
  17. Chats in Nigel
  18. Chats in Randfontein
  19. Chats in Alberton
  20. Chats in Mabopane
  21. Chats in Heidelberg
  22. Chats in Edenvale
  23. Chats in Ekangala
  24. Chats in Bronkhorstspruit
  25. Chats in Cullinan
  26. Chats in Midstream
  27. Chats in Modderfontein

Gauteng is one of the nine provinces that make up the Republic of South Africa. Its capital is Johannesburg. It is located in the northeast of the country, bounded on the north by Limpopo, on the east by Mpumalanga, on the south by Free State and on the west by Northwest. Formerly part of the province of Transvaal, until the multiracial elections of April 27,1994. At first it was called Pretoria-Witwatersrand-Vereeniging but in December of that year it received the current name. Located in the heart of the Highveld, Gauteng is the smallest province of the country with only 1.4% of its surface, but it is highly urbanized and has a population of 12,272,263 inhabitants according to the 2011 census.

The name Gauteng comes from the sesotho language that means Land of gold, referring to the mining of that precious metal that was installed in the area after the discovery of 1886 in Johannesburg. The phrase in sesotho derives from the Afrikaans word "goud" plus the place suffix "ng." When pronounced correctly, the first letter of the name Gauteng is a J, like the combination "ch" in the German word "achtung" or in the Dutch Van Gogh. This guttural pronunciation is natural in the Sesotho and Afrikaans languages.