Situated in Johannesburg, Soweto also experiences a dry climate, where the temperatures are mild. The average temperature in summer ranges between 26ºC and 16ºC, and in winters, the average temperature is 4ºC.
The township of Soweto has an approximate population of 897,000 individuals, spread over an area of 63 sq km.
Soweto’s history basically comprises of struggle against ... More apartheid and the gold rush. In fact, Soweto is home to Nelson Mandela and Hector Pieterson, unarguably the two most famous names in South Africa’s resistance against apartheid.
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