Sowetans reluctant to pay at Mandela house in Orlando East

6 years ago

About 80 per cent of Sowetans who visit Mandela’s house in Orlando West are reluctant to pay the entrance fee. The house number 8115, on corner Vilakazi and Ngakane streets is now a museum. Nelson Mandela moved in the house

Soweto No.1 Kasie

7 years ago 0

Klipspruit is the first township in Soweto. It was founded in 1905 by the Johannesburg City Council. The people here used to live in tiny V-shaped shacks built by the government. The shacks had only one door, and were without

Soweto’s Famous Street

7 years ago 0

It is one of the major tourist magnets in Soweto. International visitors, locals and Soweto residents frequently come here for different reasons. Some come to visit Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Tutu’s houses which are now museums. Others come to party,

Linking Up At e’Socialink

7 years ago 0

If indeed numbers don’t lie, then e’Socialink is one of favourite joints around. Many a times this pub, car-wash and shisa-nyama hangout is filled beyond the capacity. The patrons include bourgeoisies, aspiring bourgeoisies and of course our ordinary Sowetans. e’Socialink is