Johannesburg is South Africa’s largest city and its economic and financial hub. Much of its prosperity is built on mining and many of the industry's leading companies are still based in the city. The city is also strong in the manufacturing, banking, IT, real estate and transport sectors. The ongoing revival of the city centre, plus measures to reduce crime, have improved safety for visitors.
Canberra was named Australia’s capital in 1908 as a compromise between Sydney and Melbourne. Today, the city’s main business interests are public administration and security. It is the seat of government and home to numerous national departments and agencies
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