Reliable local earthquake locations depend on many factors of which a major one is the velocity model. Currently the Council for Geoscience (CGS) has been using the global IASP91 velocity model for earthquake locations in the cluster networks. To continue improving the earthquake locations it is necessary that new velocity models are determined for each cluster region (Central and East Rand - CERAND, the Klerksdorp – Orkney – Stilfontein – Hartebeesfontein – KOSH and the Far West and West Rand - WRAND). The availability of good quality data recorded by the cluster networks since their inception in 2010 provides an opportunity to conduct this work. Thus data from the cluster networks database were selected according to set quality criteria to obtain parametric data for 130 earthquakes in the CERAND region, 404 in the KOSH region and 1024 in the WRAND region. These data were used to determine a minimum 1-D velocity model with associated station corrections for each of the regions using the VELEST software package. Comparison of epicentres obtained using the new velocity models to epicentres previously published by the CGS, showed improvement in the quality of the new locations. Thus, the new models will be implemented in the day-to-day analysis of data recorded in the three study regions by the cluster network of stations.