A view of Jan Smuts’s bedroom, featuring beautiful wooden furniture, family photographs and an interesting lamp made from an old bombshell.
This photograph taken with a Diana mini compact camera features a composition of an army tank, and a statue of Jan Smuts exposed over a photograph of the exterior of Smuts House, shows a new version of history – represented in one frame.
A delicious toasted sandwich with a tasty filling of smoked chicken, sweet chilli and mozzarella. The menu at Ouma’s Tea Garden has a wide selection of yummy dishes.
A view from the top of the Oubaas Trail, a 2.3km walk from the Smuts House Museum, which is not too difficult. This walk will be thoroughly enjoyed by nature lovers.
Johannesburg’s provincial rugby team, the Lions (formerly known as the Gauteng Lions), boasts a proud sporting heritage dating back to 1889.
The Lions enjoyed a winning streak during the late ’80s and early ’90s, taking a slew of Currie Cup wins and the first Super 10 title in 1993.