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There are few names as historically significant to South Africa as Soweto- and few places with such an electrifying vibe. Today, despite its role in the struggle for democracy, Soweto abounds with eateries, taverns (shebeens), music venues and nightclubs which buzz throughout day and night.

One of the most notable attractions in Soweto include Wandie’s Place, a restaurant where celebs from all over the world indulge on the local Sowetan specialities, homebrewed beer and the infectious atmosphere.  Another drawing card to the ever-growing area of Soweto is Vilakazi Street, in one of Soweto’s oldest suburbs. Vilakazi Street is the only street in the world which has been home to two Nobel Peace Laureates- Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Orlando, the Mandela House, is now a museum, and the Hector Pietersen Museum, are two of the top visitor destinations in the lively Soweto.

Soweto, more than any other town in South Africa, is the embodiment of the transformative power of our democracy and diversity.

Investing in buying a home in Soweto definitely puts one within arms-reach of both our rich history, as well as our hopeful future.

To make sure you have the perfect home for you in the buzzing, alive Soweto, contact us to have your home inspected today!

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