Why South Africans should take a visit at the Berlin TV Tower. A report from 200 meters height
(Editor: Ghassan Abid)
Berlin has been around for long time one of the most attractive international destinations. Increasingly more tourists from Africa, especially from Egypt and South Africa, explore Berlin. Likewise, the South African community in the UK is repeatedly in the German capital, who spot the city on the Spree river with relatives or friends. The Berlin TV Tower, in German „Berliner Fernsehturm“, at Alexanderplatz is a sightseeing must see. The editorial-staff of „SÜDAFRIKA – Land der Kontraste“, the German Gateway to South Africa, looked at the highest publicly available building in Germany. A report from 200 meters height.
© The Berlin TV Tower, in German „Berliner Fernsehturm“, is counting to one of the most popular sightseeing places in Germany. Tourists from all over the world are visiting this 368 meter high building, a must see for South African tourists.
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Verschlagwortet mit 2019-04-28, Berlin, Berlin TV Tower, Brandenburg Gate, Fernsehturm, Must See, Potsdamer Platz, Reichstag, Restaurant, Südafrika, Sightseeing, South African, Sphere, Tempelhof Airport, Tiergarten, Tourismus, Tourist, TV Tower, Victory Column, Visitor
Whites only as South Africa exhibits at Anuga in Cologne
(Editor: Alex Smit-Stachowski is speaking in her column about life as a South African now living in Germany. The South African journalist lives in Krefeld, in North Rhine-Westphalia/ Germany).
It was like a throwback to Apartheid days. Visitors to the South African pavilion of the Anuga trade show, held in Cologne recently saw a sea of white faces. What has happened in South Africa since ’94 and with black empowerment? One single black person among the 40 exhibitors – that is shameful.
© Alex Smit-Stachowski with Doris Lily Mallaun of Great Heart of Africa behind her, at the Anuga Trade Show in Cologne.
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