Gauteng, South Africa
Stretching all the way from Pretoria in the north to Vereeniging in the south, Gauteng (Sotho for place of gold, although the ‘gaut’ is also thought to originate from the Dutch ‘goud’ for gold) was created by the ANC in 1994 after the country’s first all-race elections, uniting six regions, including part of the old Transvaal province, into what might be the smallest South African province, but serves as the gateway into Africa. Whilst Gauteng’s history lies embedded in the discovery of gold, today Gauteng not only has one of the best infrastructures, but its population of over 15 million people. A vibrant mix of energy and diversity is what makes it one of the wealthiest provinces in Africa, and the entertainment epicenter of South Africa. The energy of the Highveld, with its intense summers broken only by intermittent electric storms, is echoed in the sheer buzz of the place. Gauteng is the smallest province in South Africa, accounting for only 1.5% of the land area. Nevertheless, it is highly urbanised, containing the major highways and the country’s largest city, Johannesburg, its administrative capital, Pretoria and the historical Soweto. We have combined the most popular attractions in the province in a day tour – This was combined for you to see it all in 1 day.
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