Bambisana Johannesburg

If you’re looking for a partner to dismantle, move, reassemble and fully install your team into their new office space, we can confidently say that you need to look no further.

We have perfected our processes for over 60 years to provide a seamless and effortless service for all our clients. Our motivated and professionally-trained staff handle your property as if it’s their own and take great care in the entire process – from wrapping and packaging, to loading and offloading, safely transporting and delivering all your office furniture and goods, with the greatest of care and precision.

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Moving your offices in Johannesburg

Known as “The City of Gold”, Johannesburg is the largest city in South-Africa and one of 50 of the largest urban areas in the world. Most who move to this bustling city refuse to leave and, like most other cosmopolitan cities, it’s an exciting place to call home.

Whether you are simply moving offices internally, moving offices around the block, or if you’re completely relocating from one side of South Africa to another, Bambisana Johannesburg is the team you can count on.

Allow Bambisana Johannesburg to remove the headache of the administration, sourcing, container loading and offloading, as well as the placement and installation of your furniture – no matter the destination!

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Johannesburg’s Economy

Home to the richest square mile in Africa, Sandton has become the new financial district of South Africa and Johannesburg’s premier business centre. As the financial and economic hub, Johannesburg produces 16% of South Africa’s gross domestic product, and accounts for 40% of Gauteng’s economic activity. The perfect place for a new business and plenty of opportunities when relocating.

History

The city was established in 1886 following the discovery of gold on what had previously been a farm and is one of the world’s youngest cities. The city was initially part of the Transvaal, an independent Afrikaner republic that later became one of the four provinces of South Africa.