From upmarket taverns to lower end shebeens, you can choose how you want to enjoy your function with your work colleagues – options range from a very traditional ceremony held at a hostel to honour the past year to the Ancestors, to the upmarket restaurants of Soweto.
A few noteworthy activities are included in the afternoon such as a visit to a crèche in an informal settlement, and playing soccer against a local school team.
Visits to the iconic places of Soweto such as Vilakazi Street, Mandela’s House and FNB towers are also available. Explore iconic Soweto in local taxis in a vibrant venue with live jazz, Mpantsula and lahla mlenze dance. Mingle with locals in taverns/ shebeens enjoying the typical mix of western and township cuisine.
CEO, The Birthday Suit
Taking our team to Soweto, was truly an eye-opening and inspiring experience. It was a unique blend of team-building, as well as a sense of community, while also giving something back. Andy was an awesome facilitator, who has a very good understanding of the communities that he took us to.
Luis Nery (General Manager: Sales)
Imbewu Business Technologies
Hi Andy, It was the best party we have ever had, thank you. Your Driver was awesome, Tebogo was absolutely amazing and the entire day was just stunning. Thank you for an amazing event. I will most certainly refer you to other people.
Tania van Rooyen
Teachers from Leeuwenhof, a private school based in Bedfordview, went on the Soweto experience we will never forget for our year en. There is one phrase to describe what we experienced on that day, “a culture shock”! What an amazing experience we had with Andy and his team. A well organized, on time and perfect planning from their side. This day was a real eye opener – a true educational-and culture experience and I would recommend it to everyone! Thank you to Andy and his team who made it all possible!