Ubuntu Kraal – Traditional Africa in the City
11846 Senokoanyana Street, Soweto, was not previously the location of Ubuntu Kraal, but an ash dump that was transformed into a cultural museum and it is privately owned. Set in the heart of Soweto, Ubuntu Kraal has seen delegates, actors, musicians and local and international visitors pass through its doors. Ubuntu Kraal has hosted concerts by the likes of Pitch Black Afro, and even had a local soap opera filmed at their location.
Ubuntu Kraal provides a little African peace and tranquility amongst
every day bustle of Johannesburg and Soweto. Not only does Ubuntu
offer accommodation for the travelers who want to spend the night, but
range of facilities for day visitors as well. Ubuntu Kraal has fully
equipped self catering, thatch roofed lapas, or you can make use of the
Ubuntu Kraal in-house catering service. They provide traditional
if you really want to experience true African foods, you are able to
upon mopane worms, morogo, samp, sour porridge (Ting), and tripe
For your entertainment, the Ubuntu Kraal in Soweto will thrill
with traditional tribal songs and dances, concerts and other events.
have two conference facilities, complete with television and video
equipment, overhead and video projectors, white board, internet
connectivity, public address system and flip chart. Ubuntu Kraal can
accommodate team building.
The Ubuntu Kraal facilities include beautifully maintained lawns for
picnics and walks, a swimming pool, and calming waterfalls. There is
exhibition area, and is home to a variety of birds, for the bird
enthusiasts. Tours of Soweto can be arranged by request, and even has
babysitting facility if parents do not want to take their children
the tours. Ubuntu Kraal is also Disabled Friendly, to ensure that all
visitors are comfortable and well taken care of.
Ubuntu Kraal has ensured that it is completely equipped for the
the tourist, company or even the South African Government. Any
may it be a wedding, graduation, or even a conference,
in the capable, friendly hands of Ubuntu Kraal