Brooklyn Travel Addict Tracey visited the city of gold and found why its not too different from her home in the states.
Heather Mason is an American blogger documenting her experiences living in Johannesburg through her blog Two Summers. Her positive take on the city shows a side to Jozi that few have seen before, but that is enough to convince both locals and foreigners alike to take another look.
I am so incredibly excited for today’s post. This Easter weekend it was all about family and exploring our wonderful city, Johannesburg. Everybody in the Griffiths household had been looking forward to our little adventure for weeks now. We were all up early, bright-eyed and bushy tailed. At 9:30am sharp we headed out to the one, the only… Braamfontein Neighbourgoods Market. Honestly, Braamfontein is my most favourite place in Jo’burg. There’s such an eclectic group of people that meet there, people from everywhere, near and far, tourists and plenty of locals.
Foodie Kamini Pather joins Jennifer Sanasie in studio and tells us why she thinks food culture in Johannesburg needs a face lift.Originally from Cape Town, Kamini tells us why she misses food from the Mother City.
It's not all bad though, Kamini does admit that she enjoys eating in Braamfontein which is the new street culture hangout in Joburg.
Joburg is a multicultural space with a variety of social activities that Witsies should take full advantage of. Wits Vuvuzela chose a few of the many exciting spaces of cultural expression.
Though it’s been discovered, it feels like there’s so much undiscovered, so much more to find and to see. It’s the old mixed with the new, and somehow that all works together.
Join Jeannie D as she spends the day with property developer Adam Levy and discovers hidden gems in Braamfontein.