Geographically the smallest province,
Gauteng is an urban playground of note, taking in the cities of Johannesburg
and Pretoria. Think large shopping malls, bars, hotels, casinos, and a vibrant
cultural and entertainment scene. It is also South Africa’s fast-paced economic
powerhouse. For visitors, there are many places of historical interest that
tell the story of South Africa’s emerging democracy.
An important link to our past, Little Foot's fossil skeleton is millions of years old. It was found inside the Sterkfontein Caves, one of the most important fossil sites in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site.
Soweto is South Africa's best-known township. There are many different ways to visit this sprawling area, which started out as an encampment for black mineworkers and is now large enough to be called a city in its own right.
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