Enjoy a walking tour through the heart of the Johannesburg city centre, also referred to as the “City of Gold”. Visit a well-known craft brewery, walk past Chancellor House, see the South African Breweries, South Africa’s top brewer, founded in 1895, and continue the Johannesburg City Library, one of the most impressive buildings built in an Italianate style in the city in the 1930s. Walk past Luthuli House, headquarters of the African National Congress, followed by the Johannesburg City Hall, Rissik Street Post Office (built in 1897 during the time of Paul Kruger), the Anglo American Corporation, and Beyers Naude Square (formerly Market Square). Finally continue to the Johannesburg Magistrate Court, scene of two car bomb explosions in 1987, during the ANC’s armed struggled against Apartheid. The walk concludes at the clay sculpture of Walter and Albertina Sisulu, prominent activists during the Apartheid era. The sculpture depicts their love for each other and the South African nation.