Tag: shopping

  • Sandton

    Nelson Mandela Square

    The Nelson Mandela Square lies in the heart of Sandton, a suburb of Johannesburg, and Gauteng's prime business and financial centre. This shopping, office and entertainment complex features an open square dominated by a larger than life bronze statue of Nelson Mandela. The statue, which stands at 6 meters tall and weighs 2.5 tons, was created by local sculptors Jacob Maponyane and Kobus ...

  • Sandton

    Monte Casino

    Monte Casino in Johannesburg was opened in November 2000. Since its opening it has become the most visited attraction in the province, averaging about eight million visitors a year. Being the most popular entertainment attraction has been affirmed by the venue receiving readers choice awards, including Best Entertainment Complex, Best Cinema Complex and Best Casino.

  • Cape Town


    Topping the list as one of the most visited attractions in Cape Town, is the V & A Waterfront, or Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. It is set in the working harbor of Cape Town, against the breathtaking Table Mountain and spectacular ocean views.

  • Activities


    Shopping has been dubbed by many as ‘retail therapy’, because for millions it is the ultimate way to relax and enjoy oneself. It makes people happy and it provides a form of escape from the everyday worries that a person must normally confront. Because of this, shopping has become a favorite pastime for millions of people all over the world. What people enjoy shopping for may vary ...

  • Kwazulu Natal

    Umhlanga Rocks

    Situated approximately 20 kilometers from the city center of Durban, Umhlanga Rocks is a substantial settlement with a permanent population of around 50 000 people. Its border merges with the suburb of Durban North and its proximity to the city center makes it the perfect place for a short escape from the bustle of the city. Whether you’re looking for a great stretch of beach for swimming or ...

  • Gauteng


    Johannesburg is known to be the heart of South Africa, and inside Johannesburg there is a district that acts as pacemaker: Sandton. Once a district of small farms and affluent homes, Sandton has evolved into a home for the upper-class and a significant financial centre. Major financial groups and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange can be found in Sandton, as well as a number of attractions and ...