The oldest medical school in South Africa, offer a variety of educational, training and academic career options within... read more
An immigrant from Lithuania, the young Charles Back I, landed on these shores in 1902. With a strong work ethic and... read more
If you leave the "Mothercity" of South Africa and follow the M3 towards Muizenberg, you will have a great view of the... read more
The building dates from the 19th century, and together with its impressive cast-iron verandah, is an excellent example... read more
Port Elizabeth's Feather Market Centre is located on the corner of Baakens Street and Military Road, Central and, as... read more
The Federated Union of Black Artists Arts Centre was established in 1978 by Benjy Francis, Sipho Sepamla and other... read more
The town was founded by General Johan Fick in 1867 who won the territory in the Basotho Wars. Ficksburg is situated in... read more
The First River Temple, built the banks of the Umbilo River, near Bayhead Durban, Natal (know known as KwaZulu Natal),... read more
Click on image to enlarge The oldest remaining building in Bloemfontein, the First Raadsaal is part of the National... read more


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