We can all do with a bit of saving. But don’t let that curb your enthusiasm for fun. Check out this list of top ten stuff to do in Joburg for R85 or less… Five decades of brilliance has been put up for viewing at the Goodman Gallery. From William Kentridge to Sam Nhlengethwa’s work can be seen at the gallery in Rosebank. Click here for more information.
‘I’ve seen a lot of cities, but none as beautiful as Cape Town. Honestly, how do you beat a city that wraps around mountains and is framed by coastline? If there something more impressive out there, do let me know.”
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South Africa has informative and enlightening museums, when last did you visit one? Whether you enjoy going to museums or just a local South African who wants to explore the history of your own country, here are some of the best museums in major cities.
earned so much with her. Soweto is a thriving place that demonstrates progress of the new South Africa. Still a long way to go, but the energy is infectious. The main tour has stops at the Apartheid Museum (outstanding) and Constitution Hill (be sure to take the tour to see the former prison and the beautifully designed Constitutional Court building. The Braamfontein area around Wits University is worth a stop for a bite to eat and a visit to the Wits Art Museum or the Origins Centre.
When visiting South Africa, whether you are young or old, there’s an adventure option within your fitness range that will add a lot of fun to your stay in South Africa. There are plenty of activities to choose from and the choice is growing all the time.
Our current projects are based across South Africa, a large, beautiful and, in many places unspoiled country. It offers visitors world heritage sites, mountains, beaches, cities, adventure and wildlife in abundance while also sharing its unique traditions and customs.
One of the most prestigious golf clubs in the country, the Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club traces its history all the way back to the very earliest days of
Gauteng is a place of fascinating contradictions. While the older parts of the province proudly celebrate a history influenced by the discovery of gold, urban renewal in precincts like Maboneng and Newtown are giving rise to a funky, 21st century urban culture.
Traditional choices for visitors include cultural, historical, natural and architectural destinations, but there are also many different experiences to be had.
Here’s a list of 10 unusual things to do while visiting Gauteng:
By Nechama Brodie, author of The Joburg Book (Pan Macmillan) Speculators have been predicting the death of Johannesburg ever since it was a dusty mining camp (which wasn’t actually all that long ago). In the aftermath of democracy, around 1994, white expats who had fled the central business district (the concentration of skyscrapers at the city’s heart, usually called the CBD), or even the country, shared emails depicting apocalyptic inner-city squalor and decay.