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It is important to note that in die Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek and the subsequent Transvaal Colony it was not unlawful for people of colour to own fixed property.

The government decided that more money was to be made from issuing brick maker's licences at five shillings per month.

The result was that many landless Dutch-speaking burghers (citizens) of the ZAR settled on the property and started making bricks. Soon the area was known either Brickfields or Veldschoendorp.

8 and the first houses in what was to become Orlando Location were built there in the latter half of 1930. Residents erected their shanties on plots measuring six metres by six metres.

The township was named after the chairman of the Native Affairs committee, Mr. Towards the end of World War II there was an acute shortage of housing for Blacks in Johannesburg. There were only communal bucket-system toilets and very few taps.

The exact place was to be at the 8th milestone near the old Wayside Inn, owned by a Cornishman called John Albert Baragwanath.

It was called The Imperial Military Hospital, Baragwanath.

In October 1887 the government of the ZAR bought the south-eastern portion of the farm Braamfontein.

There were large quantities of clay, suitable for brickmaking, along the stream.

In those days the Johannesburg City Council did not support the National Party.

The City Council and the central government competed to control the Black townships of Johannesburg.

In 1923 the Parliament of the Union of South Africa passed the Natives (Urban Areas) Act (Act No. The purpose of the Act was to provide for improved conditions of residence for natives in urban areas, to control their ingress into such areas and to restrict their access to intoxicating liquor.

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