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Gauteng Tourism



Historic events in Gauteng 


From the year 1200 to the present day Gauteng, we take you through the events that have shaped, and continue, to shape Gauteng as we have come to know it.



Getting to Gauteng 


Flying, sailing or driving through via the rest of Africa are some of the ways one can get to Gauteng. Of course you can always opt for any other adventurous way to get here.

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Gauteng Personalities



A number of famous personalities have shaped the cultural, political, literary and sporting landscape of Gauteng, and their respective contributions make for a rich and multicultural region.

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Learn the local lingo  


Those who live in the inner city mostly speak “Tsotsi taal” – a mix of Afrikaans, English and other indigenous languages. The use of other languages, or lingos as it is referred to, differ from region to region, but there are basics that are commonly used.


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Eat and Drink Attractions


When it comes to eating out, Gauteng offers a vibrant food and drink scene which caters for all tastes and makes eating out a delight. It is overflowing with an incredible diversity of outlets offering a wide range of fine and informal dining.


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As far as fun goes, Gauteng is a veritable play ground! There are numerous places dedicated to the pursuit of pleasure in this province.


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Sports and Activities  


Just as Gauteng is the economic hub of South Africa, the province is also the capital of the country’s sport. This sport-mad province is home to some of the world’s top sporting teams and venues. Home of Champions, as it is popularly known, the country’s dominant soccer teams Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns and Supersport United are all based in Gauteng. So is rugby giant Pretoria-based Blue Bulls.



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