Created on 25 September 2012
The Soweto Beer Festival was conceived in 1999 by the owners of one Soweto's leading dining and entertainment venues, Masakeng.What started as a small in-house event has now evolved into the one of the biggest social events in Soweto The Event attracts thousands of visitors from Gauteng and beyond and is held over four days.
The festival attracts a diverse crowd of visitors, which includes Sowetans, national and international tourists. People visit the festival to experience the vibrancy of Soweto and entertainment by local developmental artists. There is obviously also the opportunity to taste over forty (40) beer brands from around the world.
Created on 20 April 2010
“A superbly organized little handbook, with professional styling, visuals and foundations.”A definite must for anyone wanting to learn Zulu in a quick and fun way!
This pocket book is definitely a solution for those who want to learn the local language. With graphic illustrations and common phrases, you are sure to be speaking in isiZulu in no time.
Created on 24 September 2012
You can chose to do only Soweto or Alex tour or combine them. Get together with people in different parts of Soweto and Alexandra, Visit Historical and Cultural places local markets, Experience their daily life and visit their houses ,. Learn about their history, hope, desertification disappointment and achievement. .
Historical sides. Mandela’s, museums, in Soweto his first small room in Alexandra. See Bishop Tutu, Winnie Mandela and Hector Peterson Museum. Enjoy beautiful view of Soweto and Alexandra and see the diversity.
Visit social center, traditional African healer and experience the African cleansing of body and soul. Visit a Soweto cemetery or attend ritual ceremonies. Experience the difference in lifestyle, by visiting local restaurant for a lunch break. See Soweto’s African Museum Village to learn more about the indigenous African.
Time: 9-1pm or 1pm - 5pm full day 9am - 4:30pm Price : ZAR half day R490 p.p Full day R980 per person