With a population of over 10 million people, Johannesburg is spread over a vast area, making it one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the world.
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Local Tip There's plenty to do here - including the Magaliesberg Canopy Tour - so spend at least 1 night here, and take full advantage of everything that Sparkling Waters has to offer!
Local Tip Booking is advised as the heritage site is very popular with tourists. You can also take advantage of the free tour guide!
June 16, 1976 is a date that for the majority of South Africans is a stark reminder of their country’s turbulent past. The Soweto Uprising of 1976 revealed the brutal capabilities of the...more »
It’s difficult to imagine that South Africa's Kruger Wildlife Park is the size of Wales. Imagine that, Wales overrun by sprightly bushbuck,...more »
The annual Gauteng Motor Show (GMS) is an action packed motoring and adrenalin event that promises to bring you exciting entertainment. GMS is proudly brought to you by Thebe Reed Exhibitions, Southern Africa’s most forward thinking and successful organisers of world-class exhibitions and events. The Gauteng Motor Show (GMS) offers a fun... more »
Hello all you cool Joburg people! Huddle Park in Eastern Johannesburg is open for business. The local community has refurbished the clubhouse, put in a new mashie course, driving range, mini-golf and play area and there is a market on the weekends. The 18 hole championship Blue Course should be open by the end of the year. Featuring... more »
MASTERFUL CHEF LINE-UP FOR GAUTENG GOOD FOOD & WINE SHOW! – Taking place at the Coca-Cola Dome between 31 July – 3 August 2014, get the latest trends and tips from the world of food and see celebrity chefs in action such as Matt Preston, Lisa and Helen Tse, Buddy Valastro, Reza Mahammad, and Food Network’s Siba Mtongana of Siba’s... more »
"If God had really intended men to fly, he'd make it easier to get to the airport" - George Winters