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Randfontein is a gold mining city in the West Rand, Gauteng, South Africa, 40 km (25 mi) west of Johannesburg.
Shopping in Randfontein is characterized by typical High Street shopping with the majority of the shops situated along Main Reef Road and surrounds. The main mall, Village Square, is also along the main street and provides comfortable access to 72 shops (GLA approximately 20,500m2). Other centres around town include: Randfontein Station Mall (20 shops), Pick 'n Pay Mini Market in Greenhills owned by Dewald Naudé since 2003, and Greenhills Spar Centre (20 shops). Numerous shops are also found along Randgate's main street, Union Street.
Two primary hospitals serve the Randfontein area, Robinson Hospital and Sir Albert Medical Centre. Robinson Hospital (Hospital Street) is a private hospital and part of the Lifecare Health group. The hospital boasts 109 beds and 4 theatres with a 24-hour accident and emergency unit. Sir Albert Medical Centre (Ward Street Extension) is also a private hospital and was initially focused on mine-related illnesses and diseases but has subsequently become a general private hospital. In July 2013 it was renovated and renamed the Lenmed Health Randfontein Private Hospital. Most road signs call it just Randfontein Private Hospital.
Most local religions are catered for in Randfontein with the following being represented: AGS, NG, Catholics, Jews, Methodists, Jehovah's Witnesses, Anglicans, Hervormed Kerk, Gereformeerde Kerk, St Paul of the Cross, Afrikaans Protestante Kerk, Volle Evangelie Kerk, St Martin de Porres, Our Lady of Africa, Azaadville Jaamea Masjid Trust, and Presbyterian Church. Randfontein, Greenhills.