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Have a look at our Team building and incentives page for more ideas on what you can do in Soweto.

Soweto.co.za sponsors the Mofolo Knights football club who would love to pit their skills against your company or club.

We also have links with the Soweto cricket club and can organise a day of six a side cricket complete with transfers, lunch and prize giving.

Liliesleaf Farm

 Liliesleaf aims to bring the events that took place in Rivonia 45 years ago into South Africa’s current socio-political context by allowing the original infrastructures to recreate the living and working environment at the time of the raid.
Liliesleaf Farm

Soweto Tour and Power Swing
Experience a full day Soweto Tour with the Twin Towers Power Swing included
Soweto Tour and Power Swing

Shebeen/ Evening Tour
Try something a little more adventurous for office party and sample some true African Hospitality
Shebeen/Evening Tour

An Amazing Race
The participants are divided into groups, and squeezed into Soweto.co.za taxi’s with a tour guide. Groups must work together and follow the clues to their next destinations. Once at a destination, tasks must be done, to receive the next clue
An Amazing Race

Johannesburg/ Soweto Tour
From Colonialism through Apartheid to Democracy - Johannesburg and Soweto tour.
Take your Soweto tour a step further - why not spend part of the day seeing Johannesburg and how it's growth and history are directly linked with that of Soweto's.
Johannesburg/ Soweto Tour


Soweto Country Club

Soweto Country Club Contact Info:

David Dikobe
082-333 0032
E-mail: Emmanuel.dikobe at rmb.co.za

Direct contact details for the Soweto Country Club PRO:
Justice Matshaya
Cell: 072-849 3051
E-mail: JusticeMatchaya at gmail.com

Should you wish to put together a tour combining golf with a tour of Soweto or combining some shebeens - Contact Us and let us know what you need or call us 011 312 9228 for information on tour or event packages

PROFILE OF SOWETO COUNTRY CLUB

Soweto Country Club is situated in Pimville, Soweto, between Eldorado Park and Kliptown. The golf course was established in 1974. It had many name changes from Pimville Golf Course to Soweto West Country Club, Pimville Golf Club and ultimately was named Soweto Country Club.

The golf course has a long history. It had no proper fairways and the greens were made of sand. Golfers from different unions / associations fought for the use of the facility, simply because it was the only one in the country used by South African Black Golfers.

In 1980, development started and the sand greens were converted to grass greens and for the first time, the club had a green keeper or golf manages (the late Mr Fox Bosman) who was working very closely with the Executive Committee members.

 The first President of the Soweto Country Club was the late Mr A Mahlasi, followed by Mr T Moloi and the Late Mr Mike Nompula who was president for sixteen times in consecutive years.

 

Achievements

The Club prides itself in producing professionals who are currently playing or have played in the Sunshine Tour, we have Solly Sepeng, Theo Manyama, Norman Mashaba, John Mashigo, Mononga Nomwa, Makhosonke Mlotshwa, Rocky Tlhabanyani, Bafana Hlope and many others.

 

Robbies Place

One of the best entertainment venues in Soweto is located opposite the course. Robbie's place is the ideal spot to enjoy a post-match prize giving combined with a scrumptious meal, otherwise the friendly pub is perfect to enjoy a cold drink and discuss "the one that got away"! 

 

 

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