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Once upon a time, Newtown was a shabby industrial area, run down and dirty, a no-go area for locals and visitors alike. Today, as the result of a city regeneration
The Magaliesberg, a World Biosphere Reserve, is an ancient mountain range that lies on the north-west border between Gauteng and North West provinces. Stretching 120km north of Johannesburg, the range
The attractive little village of Cullinan, about a 30-minute drive east of Pretoria, was a pioneering mining settlement that made its name with the discovery in 1905 of the
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.
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.
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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.