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Top 10 Most Dangerous Places In Gauteng You Must Avoid - see here

Source:https://businesstech.co.za/news/lifestyle/354349/the-10-worst-areas-for-crime-in-every-province-in-south-africa/


After the Western Cape, Gauteng is perhaps the most extravagant area in South Africa. Gauteng is a Tswana/Sotho/Pedi moniker that signifying "an area of gold" since it is perceived as a gold-mining locale.



Pretoria, the capital, and Johannesburg (named "the city of dreams" by some), are the two biggest urban communities in the country.


As indicated by BusinessTech, the region is unobtrusive in size, yet it has the best populace of 15,2 million individuals, which is anticipated to grow to 18 million by 2030.


Travelers from different territories and nations represent the huge populace.


With the country's most prominent populace, the territory additionally has the most noteworthy crime percentage.


The main ten areas in the territory in 2018/19, as indicated by an examination from crimestatssa.com.


In 2018/19, 563,794 violations were accounted for in Gauteng, with the main ten most exceedingly terrible regions representing 17% of this aggregate (95,893). Johannesburg Central, the most noticeably awful area in the region, representing 2.5 percent of every single announced wrongdoing.


Most of individuals in Johannesburg Central feel uncomfortable going alone, and most of violations happen on Bree Street.


In Gauteng, the top region with the most recorded offenses is shown. Realize which regions and areas in Gauteng are the most un-safe.


Number of wrongdoings per area


14,058 Crimes - Johannesburg Central


11,180 Crimes - Honeydew


10,791 Crimes - Pretoria Central


9,302 Crimes - Hillbrow


9,245 Crimes - Sunnyside


9,156 Crimes - Temba


8420 Crimes - Dobsonville


8,038 Crimes - Kempton Park


7,945 Crimes - Sandton


7,758 Crimes - Midrand

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