Soweto has the biggest hospital in the world - over 750 doctors. These were the water cooling towers for the now defunt power plant for the hospital. It is now a symbolically painted attraction. The cables between them are now a very popular bungy jumping attraction and plans for more extreme sport attractions are also underway. Scary yes?
Nelson Mandela's house. It is where he lived before he was arrested and for 11 days after he was released. Obvioulsy a very popular attraction for school children too. They all were waiting until we had our tour.
The street where it is also has the house where Desmond Tutu lived and is the only street in the world which has housed two Nobel Peace Prize winners. It is also the street where the Soweto Riots started so very very important to the history of South Africa.
We also went to the Apartheid Museum (where you couldn't take photos) but it was a very sobering and confronting collection.
I love street signs