This year Johannesburg has already had more than 3-million foreign visitors, according to an economic study by MasterCard, which ranks Johannesburg third in the geographical region that includes the Middle East and Asia. Dubai is first with 7.9-million visitors and Cairo is second with 3.7-million visitors.
One of these 3-million visitors to Johannesburg was Göksu Baysal, a photographer from Turkey, now residing in Berlin, Germany.
Gauteng is blessed with spectacular scenery and natural landscapes. The province offers places to be still, places to inspire, and places to explore.
This red duiker was spotted at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve.
Why do YOU love Gauteng? Is it the people? Is it the vibey nightlife or the enviable weather? Could it be the growth and development, or the exciting events? What about the beautiful views and interesting places to explore? Here is what you have to say…
Hints of spring are in the air, which means this year’s Arts Alive festival is just around the corner. The annual Johannesburg-based festival has been running since 1993 and is dedicated to showcasing the best and most innovative of the South African arts. The festival is well known for its diverse array of events, and its entrance policy – some events are free, others low priced.
Michael Williams pays tribute to the life of Nelson Mandela in a three-act stage musical. The show celebrates vibrant South African music while dramatising defining moments that shaped Mandela’s life.