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Contact Us

ICAS Johannesburg

Tel: +27 11 380 6800
Fax: +27 11 325 7122
E-mail: info@icas.co.za
Physical address:
Moorgate Building
Dunkeld Office Park
6 North Road
Dunkeld West
Postal address: 
PO Box 2280
Parklands
2121
ICAS Cape Town

Tel: +27 21 673 6500
Fax: +27 21 673 2102
Physical address:
Ground Floor, Unit D
Greenford Office Estate
Punters Way
Kenilworth
7708
Postal address:
P.O. Box 53583
Kenilworth
7745

Directions to our Johannesburg Office

From the M1 highway:
Take the Corlett Drive offramp.
Turn in the direction of Wanderers (toward Oxford Road)
Continue until Oxford Road merges with Corlett Drive and turn left into Oxford Road.
Turn right into Bompas Road at the first traffic light.
Continue until the second traffic light on Bompas Road (Dunkeld West shopping centre is on the corner diagonally opposite) and turn right into Jan Smuts Ave.
Turn left into North Road at the first traffic light.
ICAS is in Dunkeld Office park, No. 6 North Road.

From the OR Tambo International Airport:

From the Airport parking follow the R24 to Johannesburg.
The R24 will merge with the N12 (stay in the far left lane)
Take the N3 (Johannesburg) exit at Gillooly’s interchange
Take the M2 Exit (Johannesburg) at the Geldenhuis interchange
Take the exit to the M1 North (Sandton)
From the M1 highway, take the Corlett Drive offramp.
Turn left in the direction of Wanderers (toward Oxford rd)
Continue until Oxford rd merges with Corlett Drive and turn left into Oxford rd.
Turn right into Bompas rd at the first traffic light.
Continue until the second traffic light on Bompas rd (Dunkeld West shopping centre is on the corner diagonally opposite) and turn right into Jan Smuts ave.
Turn left into North rd at the first traffic light.
ICAS is in the Dunkeld Office park, no 6 north rd.

Directions to Cape Town office

From the Airport / Somerset West:

Take the N2 towards Cape Town
Take Jan Smuts off ramp to the left (signs to Athlone).
Turn right at first major traffic light (Klipfontein rd).
Turn left onto the M5 towards Muizenberg.
Take the Racecourse Kenilworth off ramp from the M5.
Turn right on the bridge onto Racecourse road, pass the first traffic light (still on the bridge over the M5).
Turn left at next traffic light (Doncaster Rd, see Access park on your right at that traffic light).
You’ll find Kenilworth Centre on your right hand side once you’ve turned left into Doncaster.  Look out for the Caltex garage.
Turn left at traffic light at Caltex garage (Punters Way).
Drive past the back of the Caltex garage and then get to a traffic circle.  Look out for the name of the office park (Greenford Office Estate) in front you on the right.
Sign in at security, who will direct you to our building (straight down the main road and then on your right, signposted as ICAS).

From Cape Town:

Take the N2 out of Cape Town, towards Somerset West.
Take the M5 towards Muizenberg.
Drive past Klipfontein and Kromboom off ramps.
Take the Racecourse Kenilworth off ramp from the M5.
Turn right on the bridge onto Racecourse road, pass the first traffic light (still on the bridge over the M5).
Turn left at next traffic light (Doncaster Rd, see Access park on your right at that traffic light).
You’ll find Kenilworth Centre on your right hand side once you’ve turned left into Doncaster.  Look out for the Caltex garage.
Turn left at traffic light at Caltex garage (Punters Way).
Drive past the back of the Caltex garage and then get to a traffic circle.  Look out for the name of the office park (Greenford Office Estate) in front you on the right.
Sign in at security, who will direct you to our building (straight down the main road and then on your right, signposted as ICAS).

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