Soulful Sunday

If you’ve ever been to Vilikazi Street in Soweto, you know that it is one of the most vibrant , colorful tourist attractions in the South of Jozi.
The auspicious avenue boasts the notable accomplishment of having been home to both Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu, both Whom are Nobel prize recipients. The entire street is now know as The Vilikazi precinct and if you’re looking for a mouthwatering ,scrumptiously delicious chesa- nyama (flame grilled meat) you’ve come to the right place. Most any restaurant on the precinct can offer you every traditional African dish you can think of. From pap and mogodu (maize meal porridge with stewed offal) , to steamed dumplings!
But if you’re looking to spend a relaxed, quiet, yet soulful Sunday in peaceful surrounds then you have got to try Thrive cafe

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