Orange Farm Library

Orange Farm Library was established around 2002 and officially opened in April 2004. It is the first library at Orange Farm serving the whole community of Orange Farm from wards 1- 5, it also accommodates residents from Palm Springs, Sebokeng, Sharpeville and Vereeniging. It was built in an informal settlement area, now has developed into a beautiful township. Community around this area highly use the library for studying purposes and access to free internet. The library has active relationships with members of the community that is involved in performing arts, daycares, and other departments closer to the library. The library offers the following programs; an eLearning classroom space for digital literacy activities, Science Scuffle, Battle of the Books, Story Skirmish, Story times, Business workshops Family Literacy, Teen Book Club, Healthy Lifestyle Events, Career Expo event, and Holiday programmes. E-books are accessible by registered members of the library on overdrive. Lenasia South Library is committed to community development and continual community support because it believes that a well read and educated community is one that thrives and can defeat social ills.


  1. To whom it may concern,

    Please kindly advise what is the process to follow for inviting Joburg Library to host a career day for our high school learners?

    Our School is located South of Johannesburg in Orange Farm.

    Kind Regards,
    Brand Manager ICS

    1. Dear MaNkuna
      We hope you managed to speak to the Orange Farm librarian for assistance as advised on previous emails.

      Your eLearning Librarian

    1. Hi Mpho
      You can apply 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

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