Cradle of Humankind
Cradle of Humankind
14 October 2016

The Cradle of Humankind draws visitors from around the world, not for its rural charms but for the fossil record that lies in the network of limestone caves beneath the surface.

Negotiation Hall at the Apartheid Museum. The Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg
The Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg
22 August 2013

The Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg focuses on the oppressive system of racial discrimination and segregation that once dominated the lives of South Africans.

Johannesburg, Gauteng
Johannesburg, Gauteng
23 November 2011

Johannesburg, one of the great urban destinations of the world, is packed with entertainment and leisure activities.

The National Zoological Gardens The National Zoological Gardens, Gauteng
The National Zoological Gardens, Gauteng
3 November 2011

The National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, in downtown Pretoria, is the biggest and best zoo in the country.

Sandton Gauteng
Gauteng
16 May 2012

Gauteng province may be small, but as South Africa’s commercial heart it packs a mighty tourism punch that delivers top-notch visitor attractions.

History of Gauteng
History of Gauteng
30 September 2010

Gauteng has deep historical roots, from its early days as a gold rush region to its current, more glamorous status as the country’s commercial powerhouse.

Gauteng food terroir
Gauteng food terroir
26 September 2011

Gauteng’s food terroir bustles with business brunches and dinner table deal-making. Day or night, the restaurants of Gauteng are ready for edible action.

Gauteng's art galleries
Gauteng's art galleries
5 March 2012

Explore Gauteng’s wide range of art galleries. They exhibit and sell work in all disciplines by established and emerging artists, across many genres.

The Magaliesberg Mountains
The Magaliesberg Mountains

The dramatic Magaliesberg mountains offer wonderful outdoor adventure activities for the whole family in an indigenous setting where endemic flora and fauna are abundant.

Cradle of Humankind
Cradle of Humankind

The Cradle of Humankind draws visitors from around the world, not for its rural charms but for the fossil record that lies in the network of limestone caves beneath the surface.

Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg
Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg

The Maboneng Precinct is all about well-designed and unique mixed-use spaces where entrepreneurs flourish, culture comes alive and creative, urban expression and design thrive.

Soweto
Soweto

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.

Orland Towers, Soweto
Orland Towers, Soweto

A collection of adventure activities centred around Soweto’s famous Orlando Towers cooling station – including an exhilarating bungee jump – will kick-start the adrenaline on your township tour.

Montecasino Bird Gardens, Johannesburg
Montecasino Bird Gardens, Johannesburg

The Montecasino Bird Gardens, in Fourways just north of Johannesburg, provide great family entertainment.

Eating out in Johannesburg
Eating out in Johannesburg

Feel like Italian, Chinese, traditional South African, African or township cuisine? There’s something for every culinary desire in Johannesburg.

Johannesburg's Chinatown
Johannesburg's Chinatown

Chinatowns can be found in major cities the world over, and Johannesburg is no different.