Tag Archives: Johannesburg Tours

Free Johannesburg Walking Tours

As you read this blog you also need to log onto Facebook and go straight to the Jozi Walks Facebook page page. There are a whole lot of FREE walking tours coming up over the weekend of 24 and 25 June. They’re all fantastic and popular so booking is essential, which means go and book…
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Roving Bantu Kitchen and Tours

Sifiso Ntuli and Ashley Heron are partners, not just in love but in food, music and culture. They own the Roving Bantu Kitchen in Brixton, serving up the most fabulous Afro soul food, as well as offering monthly walking tours through the area. The restaurant is the meeting point for the walks. On entering I…
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Jozi in December

The December exodus is almost upon us and soon Johannesburg is going to be pleasurably quiet. It’s a great time to be in the city – there’s very little traffic, tons of parking, no queues for movies and the boutiques all have Christmas sales. There is still space available at some of our Johannesburg Guesthouses…
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Sophiatown

Sophiatown is a place of removal and rebirth. In the 1930s, and for about two decades, Sophiatown was the one area in Johannesburg that remained diverse and unified. People lived side by side in this tiny suburb, mostly connected through arts, literature, music and drama. It was one of the most racially integrated areas in…
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