Global Access takes advantage.


The buzz around downtown Johannesburg recently is the Inner City Rejuvenation programme, an initiative of the Gauteng Economic Development Agency (GEDA) and a vision of President Mbeki to make Johannesburg the business centre of South Africa – if not Africa as a continent.

Global Access’ location in the Broadcast Centre building on the corner of Commissioner and Troy Street offers unique advantages in terms of its proximity to the soon to be developed ABSA/Barclays precinct who will be investing 1.1. Billion rands in this exciting inner city programme.

Rick Grantham, Managing Director of Global Access expressed his optimism about the developments:

“I firmly believe that we will benefit from this new inner-city rejuvenation programme. In the fullness of time there will be restaurants, leisure areas and public space with ample parking – and we are right in the centre of this development. This could indeed dovetail with our current negotiations to provide services to the new broadcast pay-tv bidders.

The historic Broadcast Centre houses a range of studios, postproduction and satellite broadcast equipment and is available to the general television and commercial production industry. Indeed this must be the most comprehensive broadcast facilities outside of the main South African Broadcast companies


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