Boskruin Library

Welcome to the Boskruin Library

Boskruin Library is situated at Kelly Ave in Boskruin, Johannesburg. It was officially opened on 31 January 1992, serving the communities of Boskruin, Bromhof, Randpark Ridge, Sundowner, Northwold, Radiokop, and Honeydew. The Library is situated at the Boskruin Community Centre which has sport and recreational activities on offer to the community.

The library has the following services:

Lending services: Adults non-fiction & fiction, Children fiction & non-fiction, these include picture books, Beginner readers books, Young Adult books, adult large print books, books in various local languages for adults & children, and Reference books for studies and research.


The library also offers a study area, a children’s play area outside,  homework assistance, a Public Noticeboard space, book reservation services, and Photocopier service. Our library offers free wifi for communities to do research, access digital content, or search for jobs online

Children’s programs such as Story Reading are held on Thursday @ 15:00. Ages 2 – 12. Holiday Programs are held during school holidays for children aged  2-12.



    1. Dear Cynthia
      Thank you for your interest in our library services. THe City of Joburg Libraries belong to YOU as a member of the community. You can apply to become a member and take books, in person, by bringing your ID and proof of residence. You can also apply online. To apply online> You visit our website home page and click “membership:” You fill in a Google form. Your membership will be ready within 7 days and you use the allocated number at any branch within the Johannesburg municipality

      Happy reading

      Your eLearning Librarian

    1. Dear Jane
      Please give us more details. Do you want to be a library member?? You can apply by clicking on membership on our website homepage menu and apply.
      If you are looking for something else with local community, please enquire with the librarian in charge of the library

      Your Elearning Librarian

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