The Star Newspaper
The Star Newspaper
Walter Sisulu Square
Mandela Family Museum
FNB (Soccer City) Stadium
“not for the faint hearted”
This is the closest you’ll get to the lion in the country of lions
Take a close picture while holding the cubs and even better get to feed giraffes
Drive around the camp and see heyenas, cheetahs, wild dogs, wildebeest and springboks
on a Sunday treat yourself to a South African barbeque buffet (braai) and also see the lions being fed
” ke bona Lesedi ke leboga lesedi – I see the light I thank the light”
Set in the African bushveld-hear, see and taste traditional Africa
Explore traditional life of the Basotho, Ndebele, Pedi, Xhosa and Zulu people
Prepare yourself to learn a few of the eleven South African Languages
The Lesedi dancers take you to the heartbeat of Africa
At Lesedi we say “a man without culture is like a zebra without stripes”
“Sterkfontein and Wonder Caves”
This is a world heritage site, see it to believe it
Take a boat trip to experience the four elements of the earth
Maropeng tells the story of humankind origins and where we are heading
Archeologists believe Sterkfontein Caves is the worlds most important anthropological site
Find out about “Mrs. Ples” 2.7 million years old
The administrative capital of South Africa with the most ancient buildings.
Places such as the Voortrekker Monument showcase the rich history of the Afrikaans speaking people
In spring the city is colorful and glowing with jacarando trees
Cruise through Church square, the Union buildings and many more
Visit the home of the President of the Old Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR) Paul Kriger
“the deeper you dig the richer you get”
Gold Reef City reflects the history of the discovery of and lifestyle of the mine workers
Feel the rhythm of Zulu dancers while you are enjoying the rides at the theme park
Experience a 220m underground tour, gold pouring and many more
“the route to apartheid then to freedom”
A journey which covers the birth of the apartheid till it was buried
Experience how it felt like to be “Black or White” in South Africa
The tears of joy shared by Black people when they voted for the first time in their lives.
“When Soweto sneezes the country catches the cold”
The largest township in the world over hundred years from apartheid history to building the rainbow nation
The Hector Peterson Museum which gives written and visual facts of the 1976 Soweto uprisings.
On Vilikazi street take a walk from Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s house to Nelson Mandela’s family museum house.
Cruise through Winnie Mandela’s house Kliptown which gave birth to the Freedom Chatter and other places.
Visit rub shoulders with a family at an informal settlement.
Experience the largest, vibrant and multi-cultural city in South Africa.
In the hearth of the city center visit the tallest building in Africa with a panoramic view of the “City of Gold”
A drive through the taxi terminals, mai mai market (herbal medication shops) and top of the range residential areas
The Museum Africa show cases the history of our land in creative man made art crafts
Visit the Constitution Hill which hosts the Old fort, Women’s jail constitutional court and many more