Gauteng is the Sesotho word for "place of gold", because it was built on the wealth of gold found underground throughout most of the province. Although gold is still mined here, the economy is diversified with sectors such as finance, manufacturing and other mining activities. Gauteng covers 1.4% of the South African land area and contributes 33% to the national economy and 10% of the GDP of the entire African continent. Click on pic for more info



Cullinan Mine - click on pic


Pretoria City - click on pic


Union Buildings - click on pic


Transvaal Museum - click on pic


Kruger House - click on pic


Voortrekker Monument - click on pic


Church square - click on pic


Melrose House - click on pic


Gold Reef City - click on pic


Johannesburg - click on pic


Apartheid Museum - click on pic


Soweto - click on pic


Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens - click on pic


Lion Park - click on pic


Rhino and Lion Park - click on pic


Cradle of Humankind - click on pic


Diamond and Tanzanite Tours and Sales - click on pic
Back Back to top