The James Hall Museum of Transport, the largest and most comprehensive land-transport museum in South Africa, was... read more
The land was granted to Jan de Waal in 1752 and presumably the house was built upon it soon thereafter. It was... read more
Laid out on the Farm, Vergenoegd in 1854, it was proclaimed in 1855 and became a Municipality; the Sarah Baartman... read more
There is something about Jeffreys Bay that makes me want to visit the town. Located in the Eastern Cape, just about 75... read more
Jesser Point Lighthouse is the most Northerly light on South Africa's East coast! It is situated within the Kwazulu-... read more
The temple was designed by Orlando Middleton and erected by Jacob Kohler and Sons. The Port Elizabeth Orthodox Hebrew... read more
This is a statue of Jock of the Bushveld. It is located in Barberton in front of the Town Hall. Jock of the Bushveld... read more
Joburg, the Economic powerhouse of Africa, was founded in the heydays of one of the World's biggest and richest gold... read more
The Johannesburg Art Gallery was first commissioned to be built in 1910, and was initially housed on the campus of... read more


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