Around the time of the legislative end of apartheid in 1991, Johannesburg was falling apart from crime and urban blight, and the South African city became known as one of the most dangerous places on earth. But in recent years, with the stabilization and steady growth of Johannesburg’s economy, crime has tapered off and previously abandoned neighborhoods have once again begun to thrive.
South Africa’s largest city is rising from the ashes of post-apartheid decay as a buzzing centre of creativity and reclaimed history. Spring and autumn (which are South Africa’s autumn and spring) are ideal times to visit climate-wise, but Johannesburg is a year-round destination. This year marks the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth (18 July).Continue Reading
Un boutique-hôtel stylé, un rooftop vert et secret, un (délicieux) concept-restaurant… The Good Life a sélectionné quelques adresses qui rendront votre séjour dans le « Brooklyn » d’Afrique du Sud inoubliable… Read MoreContinue Reading