This is the new Soweto, a mix of upper-crust comforts and urban grit.
It is a place where shopping malls and landscaped parks have sprung up among some of South Africa’s most important landmarks of the struggle against white-minority rule.
It’s a side of Johannesburg that residents hope World Cup visitors will venture out to see, where one third of the city’s 3.8 million people live.
Soweto to show face of success to tourists
March 30, 2010