This little girl in her red dress is an iconic landmark in Melville.
In between two rows of houses on 4th Avenue, she recently had a fresh coat of paint and some necklaces added to her dress.
Just off Nascrec Road on the periphery of Soweto lies Gauteng’s iconic Soccer City, also known as the FNB Stadium. Fondly referred to as “the calabash”, the outside appearance of the stadium resembles an African pot on a fire; a red and earth-coloured gourd set in a ring of fiery lights.
Have you ever seen this amazing structure from up close? If not, Stadium Management South Africa is offering a discount on tours of the premises until the end of January 2012.
Merry Christmas! We hope you enjoy a lovely day with family and friends.
Christmas is such a special time of the year and this delectable looking fruitcake deserves to be on every dinner table today.
The Neighbourgoods Market opened in Braamfontein, Johannesburg recently and offers home-made goodies of exceptional quality.
The market is open on Saturdays and host fun festivals throughout the year.
This vegetable seller in inner Johannesburg is one of the many people in the city making a living this way.
The beautiful green spinach and kale looks like a cook’s dream.
Many people in the city their vegetables from informal vendors such as this one.