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Meaning "a place of rivers", Dinokeng is a region in northern Gauteng rich in natural, cultural and historical heritage sites. Dinokeng's three major tourist hubs are the historic town
Home to the main campus of the University of the Witwatersrand, Braamfontein is Johannesburg's most youthful neighbourhood, populated by a cosmopolitan mix of students, academics and young professionals. The nightlife
Divided by the busy thoroughfare of Louis Botha Avenue lies Orange Grove, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Johannesburg. Originally known as Lemoen Plaas, Afrikaans for Orange Farm, the suburb
There can be few places in the world whose name is more synonymous with modern-day freedom struggles than South Africa’s black township of Soweto.
Dinokeng Game Reserve
Gauteng welcomed the first visitors to its malaria-free Big Five Dinokeng Game Reserve in 2011. Since then, the 18 500ha reserve has grown in stature to provide a free-roaming haven for
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The World Choir Games are regarded as the Olympics of choral singing – and they're being held on African soil for the very first time.