Twelve of the continent’s freshest entertainers are set to raise the bar this year when the Bassline Fest returns to celebrate Africa Day on 25 May, 2019 at Johannesburg’s Constitution Hil
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Hidden between Delta Park and the Johannesburg Botanical Garden, you will find the quiet leafy suburb of Victory Park, regarded as one of the safest suburbs in Johannesburg where
Adjacent to Norwood and Houghton, and divided neatly in half by the busy thoroughfare of Louis Botha Avenue, lies Orange Grove, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Johannesburg. Originally known
Mamelodi may not be as well known as the more famous black townships of Soweto and Alexandra, but it shares the same pulsing vitality and some of their struggle history.
Where Johannesburg is sassy, sexy and fast, Pretoria tends to be more sedate and conventional. The administrative capital of South Africa, Pretoria is an attractive small city with a
Vanderbijlpark, situated on the banks of the Vaal River in the south of Gauteng in Sedibeng, is primarily the centre of the iron and steel industry.
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Gauteng Tourism Authority (GTA), the official destination marketing agency for the Gauteng City Region has a new Chief Executive Officer, following months of extensive recruitment and a gruelling interview process.
Over the past weekend the 2nd edition of the annual Human Rights Festival was held at the Constitution Hill. The festival not only celebrates our progressive constitution but serves as
There’s no point in wasting time, money and patience on a long drive to the coast when you have an exciting beach experience waiting for you here in Gauteng. S