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.
Unlike seeing these animals in a zoo, at the Dinokeng Game Reserve you get to experience wildlife in its natural habitat ... without having to travel too far from the city.
We’re coming up on Valentine’s Day, meaning love is in the air and romance is the order of the day! With every couple being different, it’s a good thing that Gauteng offers something for every kind of romantic. Here are our five picks for romantic opportunities in Gauteng.
The Radium Beer Hall, an 87-year-old bar in Johannesburg, is a must-visit if you love a touch of history with your meal. The Radium also serves up a monthly helping of live local jazz.
Nothing makes you feel more at home in a city than finding the places that the locals love. We’re talking about the corner cafés and quaint little coffee shops tucked inside, and between high rises and side streets. We asked around, and here are five places in Johannesburg frequented by locals and returning businesspeople, well worth experiencing yourself.