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Cultural Attractions in South Africa
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Cultural Attractions in South Africa offer our country's visitors a selection of cultural things to see. South Africa is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. It is a country rich in cultural diversity and has commonly been referred to as the “rainbow nation”.

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Basotho Cultural Village Basotho Cultural Village
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The Basotho Cultural Village is nestles in the heart of the Qwaqwa Nature Park which recently has been incorporated into the world-renowned Golden Gate Highlands National Park.

 
Hout Street Gallery Hout Street Gallery  
The Hout Street Gallery specialises in South African paintings and fine art. It also presents a range of South African Paintings, Ceramics and Sculptures and includes works from more than thirty established and emerging artists.

 
Hadeda Hadeda  
Hadeda - All items in the shop, a house full of them, are handcrafted and imported from Mexico, Peru and Guatemala. Different materials are used - brass, tin, galvanised iron and pewter.

 
The Artscape Theatre The Artscape Theatre  
The Artscape Theatre Centre, which belongs to the provincial administration, was opened Nico Malan Theatre Centre. In line with the new South African political dispensation and the concurrent changes the complex was renamed to Artscape in March 2001.

 
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Johannesburg is a vibrant metropolis with 3.5 million inhabitants, the most powerful commercial centre in Africa.

 
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Article Archive The Tswana  
The Tswanas are a tribe who migrated from East Africa to southern Africa during the 14th century. The origin of the name is a mystery, but is applied to a number of groups who all speak the same language.