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Lord Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount (1854 - 1925) was a leading British statesman and colonial administrator who played a significant role in the redevelopment of South Africa following the South African War (1898 - 1902).

The ‘Cultural Arc’ is a development proposal adopted since 2000 by the City of Johannesburg to integrate culturally important institutions and sites located in Newtown and Braamfontein.

The Arc stretches from the Newtown Cultural Precinct via the Nelson Mandela Bridge to the University of the Witwatersrand, the South African Ballet Theatre studios, the Joburg Theatre as well as the Constitution Hill precinct which in turn incorporates the Women’s Jail, the Old Fort, Number Four, the Governor’s house and the Constitutional Court.

Lionel Curtis (1872 - 1955) was a notable member of Milner’s Kindergarten.

He was a strong proponent of British Empire Federalism and in 1901 became Town Clerk of Johannesburg, where he initiated a number of reform projects to modernise the administration of the City.

The core cultural precinct containing the internationally famous Market Theatre, Museum Africa and numerous dance and music venues straddles the historic Mary Fitzgerald Square.

The precinct can be divided into the Market Precinct (located north of the square) which is dominated by the 1913 Market Building - home to the Market Theatre and Museum Africa.Jason Goldstein as the Interim Principal for Eastern Middle School, effective July 16, 2018. Michele Giorlando De Rosa, English Language Arts and AVID teacher at Western Middle School, as the Greenwich Public Schools representative for the 2019 Connecticut Teacher of the Year program.At a special meeting tonight, the Greenwich Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint Eastern Middle School (EMS) Principal Mr. Mayo as Interim Superintendent of Schools, effective July 28, 2018. The name ‘Newtown’ was adopted by city administrators in 1904 following the clearance of Brickfields and other multi-racial 'slums' in Johannesburg’s first forced removal.Situated west of Diagonal Street and beyond the borders of the original mining town, this racially diverse area incorporated parts of Brickfields, Aaron’s Yard and the Indian (or ‘Coolie’) location.The destruction of Brickfields and subsequent development of Newtown was an attempt by the post-South African War administration of Lord Milner to refashion Johannesburg along ‘modern’ lines.

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