Local Tip The road to the Black Rhino Reserve is excellent all the way - except for the last 5 km. We recommend that you drive with care along this last section of the road because there are plenty of potholes - some of...
Local Tip Allora is near to Sandton City, Mandela Square, and the Village Walk, and it is just around the corner from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. The vibe is warm and friendly, and the food is great!
Sandton - The New City Over the last 15 years, much of Johannesburg's business has moved out of the city centre towards the Sandton region...more »
Johannesburg, like any other city, is a trendy concrete...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, predatory lionesses and beefy buffalos. in fairness,...more »
Serious question: who is Nelson Mandela? In a single paragraph, please – I’ve got a word limit to think about. It’s a tough task,...more »
ZUMBA FITNESS EVENT IN JOHANNEBURG WITH A REAL LATIN INSTRUCTOR Party yourself into shape!!!! Come and join us for an awesome fitness experience this Thursday 13 march from 6 pm to 7 pm for R 60 p/p ...getting fit, having fun and dancing with Latin rythms as Reggaeton, Cumbia, Salsa and more with easy steps !!!!Burning more that 745... more »
Joburg’s Sunnyside Park Hotel is celebrating St Patrick’s Day with a month of festivities in their popular pub, the Pound & Penny. For the duration of March, there’ll be an authentic Irish pub grub buffet every Friday at lunchtime, as well as live music, Guinness beer on tap, special Guinness crisps, a lucky draw and spot prizes.... more »
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN HERE: An exhibition of photographic works by MACK MAGAGANE The exhibition presents a photographic journey, which captures temporal relationships, spaces and moments found when experiencing a city as somewhat foreign. The images suggest a cinematic quality to the series, tempting, luring and seducing one in, onto... more »
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