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George Goch was the Mayor of Johannesburg, South Africa from 1904 to 1905.
The following are named after him:
- George Goch Hostel, male-only mine compound originally built during the apartheid years to house Zulu workers
- George Goch Informal Settlement, in Dube, South Africa
- George Goch Amalgamated Gold Mining Co.
- George Goch Railway Station, situated between Denver and Jeppe stations, on the Germiston to Johannesburg mainline
- George Goch Stadium
- George Goch Street, Newtown, Johannesburg since renamed Henry Nxumalo Street
- George Goch Township, also known as Eastern Native Township
- Goch Street, apartheid era township slang for the notorious John Vorster Square police station, Johannesburg
- George Goch Mines Natives, an African dance and music group
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