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Vilakazi Street – Take A Walk Down South African History
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Vilakazi Street is the most visited street in Soweto. Home to the late former present, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who still resides there with his wife, Leah, it's a must-visit on anyone's history to-do list. The street also has a a few museums – The Mandela House Museum and The Hector Peterson Museum attract a lot of locals and tourists interested in the history of South Africa. The street itself is named after Dr. BW Vilakazi who was a poet, novelist, intellectual and the first black man to teach at the University of Witwatersrand. He had a PhD in literature which helped him compile an isiZulu dictionary. He also wrote in several indigenous languages. Vilakazi Street's popularity has grown over the years. Restaurants such as Nambitha and Sakhumzi serve local cuisine, which is great for tourists and locals looking to experience authentic South African food. The street is also home to Soweto TV –  the only community television in the city of Soweto. Have you been here? Rate and review your experience below!
Vilakazi Street – Take A Walk Down South African History
Vilakazi St, Orlando West, Soweto
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