Rivonia Blvd, South Africa
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Our Rivonia Village business centre is found in one of Johannesburg's most afluent residential and business suburbs. It's an area renowned for innovation, with tech startups and major brands...
Rivonia Boulevard is a road, located in one of Johannesburg’s most affluent business and residential suburbs – Rivonia. It is the location of several shopping complexes, businesses, shops, and restaurants. Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa. It is also the provincial capital of Gauteng.
Hewlett Packard’s main South African office and the office of Fujitsu are located close to Rivonia Boulevard. The street is also home to several local IT companies including ITWeb, as well as media companies such as MegaVision Media, and travel companies Click’n Travel and Travel with Flair. The Rivonia Business Centre provides office space and retail facilities. Major industries in the city of Johannesburg include mining, steel and cement plants, banking, IT, real estate, transport, broadcast and print media, private health care, transportation, and retail.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The main attractions on Rivonia Boulevard include the shopping opportunities, such as Rivonia Village Shopping Centre and Early Dawn Mall, as well as many other shops. Rivonia Village is home to two banks - FNB and Nedbank, a Woolworths store, and many shops and restaurants, including Mugg and Bean and Ninos. Rivonia Boulevard has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. The Raj is a popular Indian establishment, Contessa Tea Shop is a local favourite, Rocket Restaurant serves contemporary concoctions, Saigon Rivonia has an extensive Vietnamese menu, and The Sheikh’s Palace is the place to go for Halaal food.
Rivonia Boulevard is located 35 km (22 miles) from Johannesburg International Airport and is accessible from the airport on the rapid suburban rail network. You can drive to Johannesburg via several highways, such as N1 from Cape Town and N3 from Durban. Public transportation includes cross-country trains, MetroRail and the Gautrain commuter service. Public buses and metered taxis are another way of getting around town.