In a land of plenty such as ours, where endless landscapes, white beaches, mountain peaks and abundant game await exploration, it’s not easy to select the top five South African tourist attractions. Yet in a
Johannesburg. – As unlikely as it seems, on Soweto’s famous Vilankazi Street, best know to have housed two Noble Peace Prize winners, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, there is a new attraction. A snake show.
Johannesburg. – An Instawalk in Soweto with #MeetSouthAfrica. The vibrant colours, culture, traditions and beautiful people.
Johannesburg. – A drive by the FNB Stadium or ’Soccer City’ in Soweto, which four years ago held the vibrant energy of the FIFA World Cup games, players and supporters – vuvulezas blowing their enthusiasm
Johannesburg. – A visit to Soweto on the outskirts of Johannesburg. Rich in South African history and where on the 16th June 1976 a group of about 20000 high school students marched to protest against a ruling by the
Soweto. – Meet Mr. Henry, 83 years old and the best dressed man in Soweto. Such a charmer and a champion boxer in his day. It’s in the heart of the the people! #MeetSouthAfrica
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be
#meetsouthafrica – There’s not much that I love more than this country and its people. Talking about it and encouraging people to visit. I had a long successful career professionally creating dream holidays for visitors
In a land of plenty such as ours, where endless landscapes, white beaches, mountain peaks and abundant game await exploration, its not easy to select the top five South African tourist attractions. Yet in a