Johannesburg is one of the cities of South Africa, the largest city in South Africa in terms of population and population density, but it is not the capital of South Africa. It is called Johannesburg, and is called JHB. Other names include Jozi, Jo’burg, Joni, Joeys.
Johannesburg is located in the continent of Africa, one of the most important and largest African cities, and is located in the southern part of Africa. It is located in South Africa in the north-east. The city of Johannesburg is not a coastal city as many cities in Africa and the world are; it is completely surrounded by land and does not overlook any sea or ocean. The city of Johannesburg is located in the province of Gauteng. The province is located in the south, and Gauteng is one of South Africa’s administrative divisions. South Africa is divided administratively into nine provinces. Johannesburg is the capital of this province.
The Apartheid Museum
The Museum of Racial Discrimination is very popular among visitors to Johannesburg who are eager to know the history of the city in particular and the history of South Africa in general. The non-profit museum opened in 2001 and is based on donations and contributions for development and business continuity.
The Museum of Apartheid is the first of its kind in the country, aiming to document the apartheid system through film clips and photographs, with a variety of artifacts that testify to the events and stories of humanity that were part of apartheid.
Gold Reef City
Gold Reef City is a gold mine park that was closed in 1971, where you can enjoy horseback riding opportunities and learn about the history of mining disasters in the area. For an additional fee, you can participate in an underground tour of an abandoned gold mine surrounding the area.
When shopping in Johannesburg, mention must be made of Maboning Street, a lively and lively street with a beautiful South African style for all visitors. The street has many fine cafes and restaurants, as well as a large number of shops, galleries and art galleries, In addition to the hotels and entertainment venues; the street is the classic shopping spot for Johannesburg residents.
The Johannesburg Zoo is located on 140 acres of land and is home to about 2,000 animals from 320 different species. Although it has been owned by the Johannesburg City Council since 1904, it has recently become a registered non-profit organization.
Although this park is usually overlooked by tourists, it has evolved greatly over the last few years and is certainly worth a visit, to enjoy the opportunities of seeing hippos, reptiles, monkeys, gorillas, chimpanzees, zebras, rhinos, antelopes, tigers and other animals.
If you find yourself in the Sandton area you can make a trip to Monte Casino, a leisure complex covering 26 hectares of land. It was first opened on November 30, 2000, currently attracting about 9.3 million visitors a year, seeking diverse enjoyment opportunities.
Montecasino Bird Gardens