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Pensioners will receive a 10% discount on all soweto tours

South African residents bringing international guests on a tour will be eligible for a discount.

Soweto accommodation

Johannesburg/ Soweto Tour

From Colonialism through Apartheid to Democracy - Johannesburg and Soweto tour.
Take your Soweto tour a step further - why not spend part of the day seeing Johannesburg and how it's growth and history are directly linked with that of Soweto's.
Johannesburg/ Soweto Tour


Liliesleaf Farm

 Liliesleaf aims to bring the events that took place in Rivonia 45 years ago into South Africa’s current socio-political context by allowing the original infrastructures to recreate the living and working environment at the time of the raid.
Liliesleaf Farm


Soweto Tour and Power Swing

Experience a full day Soweto Tour with the Twin Towers Power Swing included
Soweto Tour and Power Swing

Shebeen/ Evening Tour
Try something a little more adventurous for office party and sample some true African Hospitality
Shebeen/Evening Tour


An Amazing Race

The participants are divided into groups, and squeezed into Soweto.co.za taxi’s with a tour guide. Groups must work together and follow the clues to their next destinations. Once at a destination, tasks must be done, to receive the next clue
An Amazing Race

The Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary provides a safe-haven for our elephants and offers a platform for guest education and interaction.

The Elephant Sanctuary

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Sunshine Ladies Tour - Soweto Golf Tournament

Cost: Free Entry
Date: Tuesday 26 March 2019 to Thursday 28 March 2019
Time: 09h00 to 15h00

Joburg Ladies Open Invitation 2019 - Day 3
Latest Updates - SOWETO, 28 March 2019

Double delight for Dlamini in Soweto

SOWETO, 28 March 2019 - Nobuhle Dlamini put an exclamation mark behind a dominant season with an emphatic four-shot victory in the R500 000 Joburg Ladies Open at Soweto Country Club on Thursday.

Her fourth Sunshine Ladies Tour victory – and her second win this season after her Dimension Data Ladies Challenge success last month – confirmed Dlamini as the Investec Property Fund Order of Merit champion for the 2019 season and earned the 27-year-old a bonus worth R100 000.

The big-hitting Swazi national carded a final round two-under 70 to triumph on a two-under 214 total.

“It’s a massive victory for me,” said a delighted Dlamini. “I didn’t expect to win the Joburg Ladies Open, but I put in a lot of work for this season.

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18th hole at the Soweto Country Club


Joburg Ladies Open Invitation 2019 - Day 2
Latest Updates - SOWETO, 27 March 2019

Dlamini Takes Control, 27 March 2019

Nobuhle Dlamini fired three birdies on the bounce down the back nine of Soweto Country Club to line up a fourth Sunshine Ladies Tour victory in the Joburg Ladies Open on Wednesday.

Dlamini began the second round tied for the lead with reigning SA Women’s Masters champion Lejan Lewthwaite, but she opened up a one-shot lead with a second successive level par 72.

The Investec golfer is still nipping at her heels on one-over following a second round 73, while Sunshine Ladies Tour rookie Casandra Hall lies a further stroke adrift on two-over, courtesy of a brace of 73s.

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Joburg Ladies Open Invitation 2019 - Day 1
Latest Updates - SOWETO, 26 March 2019

Dlamini and Lewthwaite set Soweto pace SOWETO, 26 March 2019

The cream really did rise to the top on Tuesday as the two main protagonists on the Investec Property Fund Order of Merit – Nobuhle Dlamini and Lejan Lewthwaite – both carded level par 72 to share the first round lead in the R500 000 Joburg Ladies Open at Soweto Country Club.

Dlamini and Lewthwaite hold a one-shot advantage over Sunshine Ladies Tour rookie Casandra Hall and India’s Tvesa Malik, who tied for third on one-over. Fifth on her own on two-over is another rookie campaigner, Brittney-Fay Berger, while former champions Stacy Bregman and Bertine Faber share sixth with reigning South African Women’s Long Drive champion Lenanda van der Watt on three-over 75.

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Joburg Ladies Open Invitation 2019

The newly refurbished Soweto Country Club is an iconic facility being the only 18 hole golf course located in South African’s historic and oldest township.
The Joburg Ladies Open is the first professional tournament to be hosted in a township, this on its own is history. Please join us in supporting the young professional lady golfers make golf look easy.

Soweto Country Club

Bregman targets successful first foray to Soweto

SOWETO, 25 March 2019 - Stacy Bregman is hoping her first visit to the iconic Soweto Country Club is a winning one as the sixth Sunshine Ladies Tour season wraps up this week with the R500 000 Joburg Ladies Open.

The five-time champion will go in search of a first victory this season when the fourth edition of this prestigious tournament takes place at the recently renovated Soweto venue from 26-28 March.
The season-finale represents a last hoorah for Bregman to end a disappointing season on a high note. “I felt so confident when I left for Australia after coming second in the Canon Sunshine Ladies Tour Open, but I had a disappointing run on the Ladies European Tour,” said the 32-year-old Johannesburg native. “I picked up a niggling shoulder injury that got worse as the weeks past. I struggled to swing and you just can’t compete at your best when you’re not hitting the ball with confidence.
“I still had title hopes for the Jabra Ladies Classic after a tie for 12th in the Investec South African Women’s Open, but I woke up after the pro-am round in unbearable pain.
I had to withdraw, but I went for intense therapy to be match ready this week.”

Bregman had to watch from the side-lines at Glendower Golf Club as good friend and fellow Ladies European Tour campaigner Anne-Lise Caudal from France became the sixth first-time winner and sixth foreign champion. “I was really sad to miss out last week, but I enjoyed watching Anne-Lise and Nobby duel it out in the final round.
We have this rivalry on the course, but off the course we are really good friends and at the end of the day, that’s all that matters. In my view, they were both winners,” Bregman said.

Bregman beat Dlamini in the final event last year to win the Investec Property Fund Order of Merit, but Dlamini has turned the tables this season and has one hand on the trophy ahead of the season-finale.
While Caudal returned to France on the weekend, Dlamini will join Bregman in the 42-strong player field to challenge for the R70 000 first prize pay-out.

“The Joburg Ladies Open is on everyone’s bucket list since it launched in 2016,” said Bregman, who tied for fourth in the inaugural event at Royal Johannesburg in 2016 and lost to Ashleigh Buhai at Modderfontein last year.
“We all want the win this week and I think the course will be a great leveller. It’s a new venue for all of us and no-one has the home course advantage. It’s another fantastic Gary Player course and the design is really awesome. The greenkeeping team has done an amazing job with the greens.

It’s going to be another tightly contested battle to the end this week.”
Dlamini’s remarkably consistent form this season has kept her in the number one spot since she added a third career Sunshine Ladies Tour title to her repertoire with a two-shot victory in the Dimension Data Ladies Challenge.

The Swazi national is primed for one final push to end a breakthrough season on a winning note to pocket the R100 000 bonus that comes with victory in the points race.
“It’s about being here now and trying to win the first event at Soweto,” said Dlamini. “You play golf until you’re really old, but these moments are the kind of ones you want to remember at the end of your career.
“It has been a great season for me and consistency was really key.
Even when I haven’t played my best I still scored well, which was probably the biggest difference. And I’m looking forward to finishing the season with another strong push. It’s going to be an exciting week.

Stacey Bregman

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