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Where to Celebrate Women's Month in the City

We celebrate National Women's Day annually on 9 August to commemorate the bravery and tenacity of 20 000 women. Marching in 1956 as a united front, undeterred by race or class differences, these women defied an oppressive system led by a staunch patriarchy. They traveled from around the country to the Union Buildings in Pretoria […]

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The Vilakazi Street Night Market

What Is It? If there is one thing that the kasi (township) is good at, it's the good and friendly atmosphere so why not enjoy a good township vibe at The Vilakazi Street Night Market. The night will be filled with good music, food, fashion, arts and crafts. So you will definitely find something that you like […]

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Raw Sunday Market

What Is It? Joburg listen up...Soweto is bringing you yet another market that uplifts local entrepreneurs. You can expect clothing, art, food vendors, poets, DJs and live performances. This is a market that focuses on showcasing absolutely raw talent. What else? well there will be 15 Clothing Stalls, 5 art crafts, 2 food stalls and […]

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Dine With Soweto – The Youth Gathering

What Is It? Get your friends, family or colleagues together and come along to Dine With Soweto for a relaxed evening of food, conversation and shared experiences with new people. Dine with Soweto is a platform created to bridge the gap between townships and cities through the hosting of conversational gatherings where traditional African cuisine is enjoyed from […]

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Explore Soweto

 Soweto shows off an authentic history which tells the story of the Apartheid era.  Where To Eat Knowing where to eat in Soweto shouldn’t be a challenge at all. Here, you will find traditional meals that display true township culture. From the famous shisa nyama, buffets, soul food, kota’s to even sidewalk street vendors selling everything […]

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Vilakazi Night Market

What Was It? Enjoy a full day on the Soweto tour, visiting the famous Vilakazi Street in Orlando. Then head to the night market that calls on socialites, fashionistas and creatives to join in the market fun, which offers an authentic experience and so much more. This market brings you an evening filled with entertainment including live […]

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How to Celebrate Freedom Day in Johannesburg

Going Out Vilakazi Street Take me to Soweto! You have to head to this symbol of the nation one of these good days people, especially on this special day. It is regarded as one of the most famous urban areas in Joburg and it holds a ton of our history. So, we suggest you grab […]

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Vilakazi Street

Vilakazi Street is the most visited street in Soweto. Home to the late former present, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who still resides there with his wife Leah. The street also has a a few museums - The Mandela House Museum and The Hector Peterson Museum attract a lot of locals and tourists interested in the […]

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