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Route
“Vilakazi Street is the Soweto street of the greats, named after Dr Benedict Wallet Vilakazi, a distinguished writer and educator who wrote the first poetry book published in Zulu. The homes of two Nobel Peace Prize laureates – South Africa’s first democratically elected president, the late Nelson Mandela, and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu – are found on Vilakazi Street. This is the only street in the world that can boast having had two Nobel Laureates as residents.”
  • 37 personnes du coin recommandent
Transportation
“The Orlando Towers have become one of the most distinctive landmarks in the neighborhood of Soweto and the sight of the world's first bungee jump between two cooling towers, as well as other thrilling adventure sports such as abseiling and SCAD ( suspended catch air device).”
  • 22 personnes du coin recommandent
History Museum
“The Hector Pieterson memorial and museum were established in order to honour the role of the country's students in the struggle against apartheid. The two commemorative sites are just few blocks from where Hector Pieterson was shot on 16 June 1976.”
  • 11 personnes du coin recommandent
Museum
“Vilakazi Street is the most famous street in Soweto and it the only street in the world to have had two noble prize winners as its residents. Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu lived and live in Vilakazi Street. Nelson Mandela’s house has become a museum and the Tutu’s house is still used as a normal home by the Tutu family.”
  • 10 personnes du coin recommandent
History Museum
“A world-class visitor attraction, situated in Soweto. I am able to connect you with local tour guide companies to take you on this historical tour. Expect to be taken on a journey of former SA President Mandela’s life during the apartheid era. The tour includes information on President Nelson Mandela’s story, both in the context of his home, and in the context of his life as a whole, in a manner that promotes human rights, democracy, reconciliation, mutual respect and tolerance amongst the peoples of South Africa. Former South African President Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela and his family lived here from 1946 into the 1990’s. On 16 March 1999, the National Monuments Council declared the property a national monument. ”
  • 10 personnes du coin recommandent
Place to eat
“Lebo's Backpackers in Soweto provides great cycling, walking or Tuk Tuk tours. ”
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Travel Agency
“Soweto consists of a community of extremes. On the one hand there is abject poverty and on the other hand there is extraordinary wealth in the upper class suburbs such as Diepkloof Extension and Selection Park. View the Hector Pieterson Museum. Visit an informal settlement. Drive past Mandela House Museum. Walk through the Regina Mundi Church. Drive past Maponya Shopping Mall. Drive past the Soccer City Stadium. Visit Freedom Square and Freedom Charter Memorial. Drive along Vilakazi Street. Drive past the former home of Nelson Mandela. See the homes of Nobel peace prize winner Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and Winnie Madikizela- Mandela, the ex-wife of Nelson Mandela”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Route
“Vilakazi Street is the Soweto street of the greats, named after Dr Benedict Wallet Vilakazi, a distinguished writer and educator who wrote the first poetry book published in Zulu. The homes of two Nobel Peace Prize laureates – South Africa’s first democratically elected president, the late Nelson Mandela, and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu – are found on Vilakazi Street. This is the only street in the world that can boast having had two Nobel Laureates as residents.”
  • 16 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant africain
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“Sakhumzi is a restaurant with true ‘kasi’ flavour. Kasi, meaning township – a vibrant community welcoming everyone in for lively local tunes and authentic home cooked Soweto food!”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Point of Interest
“the Soweto Theatre has great shows, it sits in one of the oldest townships of Soweto; it also hosts the Soweto Arts & Craft Fair every first Saturday of the month; and the Seven Colour Sundays on every last Sunday of the month for great food and music.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Cinéma
“Soweto is a city of enterprise and cultural interaction. It is a popular tourist destination with sites such as Kliptown (where the Freedom Charter was drawn up), the home of former President Nelson Mandela, the Hector Petersen Memorial site, restaurants and shopping malls. It boasts one of the largest hospitals on the continent and the only African-owned private clinic (see Soweto Map).”
  • 47 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Chaf Pozi is a colourful shisa nyama style restaurant. Located at the foot of the iconic Soweto cooling towers, at this shisa nyama (a Zulu phrase meaning ‘burn meat’). Diners get to select their own meat and spices from the butchery and enjoy a drink in the beer garden overlooking the Soweto towers while the braai masters cook the meat on a flaming grill.”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Travel Agency
“Please ask me for advice, I have a fantastic guide who will work around your needs & who knows the city extremely well”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Convention Center
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Meilleurs restaurants

Restaurant africain
“Sakhumzi is a restaurant with true ‘kasi’ flavour. Kasi, meaning township – a vibrant community welcoming everyone in for lively local tunes and authentic home cooked Soweto food!”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Chaf Pozi is a colourful shisa nyama style restaurant. Located at the foot of the iconic Soweto cooling towers, at this shisa nyama (a Zulu phrase meaning ‘burn meat’). Diners get to select their own meat and spices from the butchery and enjoy a drink in the beer garden overlooking the Soweto towers while the braai masters cook the meat on a flaming grill.”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant africain
“This is the street where Nelson and Winnie Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu lived. It is worth a tour to Madiba's house followed by a meal at Sakumzi's or Vuyo's for a traditional meal. Please go with a reputable guide. If in doubt, contact Allison.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Vibrant place, offers delicious food and cocktails. Variety of food. Becomes a club later on at night.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
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Restaurant
“Try out the "space Kota" at this lively restaurant, one of my favorite places in Soweto to grab a quick bite. ”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant
“Listening to good quality music played by different seasonal and popular Djs.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant
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