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28 November 2022
Notice: Library closure during the festive season
The City of Johannesburg Public Libraries will close at 12:00pm on Friday 23 December 2022 and will re-open on Tuesday 03 January 2023.
Best wishes for a happy and safe holiday season.
Director: Library and Information Services
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Learn Online, Learn Electronically, Learn New Skills, Improve Your Knowledge, Learn At Your Own Pace.
Residents of all ages are welcome to join their local library. You can just click on the joining link below and fill in the online form to become a member. Upon being accepted, the library will issue the user with a membership number. The general waiting period for a member to be processed is five working days. If you wish to take more than five books at a time a membership fee of R30 will apply. Find out more by contacting your local library.
The registered member is responsible for all the library material issued on membership number. Membership expires after 3 years. You can renew your membership for free. You will be held liable for any lost books and you will be charged the full price of the said book. You are liable for the upkeep of books that you have borrowed and the return of these books on time.. Treat the library building, collections as well as other library users with the utmost respect. Librarians are available to help you find information in books and other sources, or using free wifi to access digital content. Learn more »
Ebooks, Journal Articles, Audio Books
IBM, in collaboration with City of Johannesburg Library and Information Services, offers a wide range of free online courses designed to provide digital skills development and empower the youth.
Google (SA), In collaboration with City of Johannesburg Library and Information Services, offers free online courses to equip South Africans with digital skills to develop and empower the youth.