Johannesburg is the provincial capital of Gauteng, South Africa. It is the largest city of South Africa. Gauteng is the wealthiest state due to its history of gold rush as the first gold mine i.e. Witwatersrand gold mine was discover by Jan Gerritse Bantjes. Earlier residents of South Africa were the people of San tribe and later Bantu speaking people dominated over the central regions of South Africa.
Gold rush was a mineral revolution that led people from around other European powers to seek for the gold in the lands of South African. The war among European powers derives the tribes to travel to far lands and later as the white people developed their colonies; most of the African black were taken captivates used for the Government service as miners, farmers or other non-government official. Apartheid hold the major control of the country with all the powers of invested among them.
After the World War II anti-apartheid revolutionists start a movement against the subtle rule of African whites. In 1994 Nelson Mandala become the first African black president of the South Africa.
Johannesburg International Airport is the major transit point for flights to Cape Town, Kruger National Park, Durban and other destinations of Africa. Tourism in Johannesburg is mainly due to its history, art and culture. Major tourist’s spots are Johannesburg Art Gallery, Nelson Mandala Museum, Carlton Center, Johannesburg Zoo, South Africa Nations and other multiple tourist’s locations.