"Ansteys. Designed in 1935 by Enley & Williamson
for Norman Anstey, founder of the elegant department
store of that name, which occupied the first four floors.
Two apartments wings soar another twelve stories with
magnificent views of the city. Cecil Williams, actor,
playwright and member of Umkhonto we Sizwe lived
here. Nelson Mandela was disguised as his driver when
captured on 5 August 1962"
(Johannesburg City Heritage plaque outside the
entrance to Ansteys Building)