About Ribsi's B&B
Ribsi's B&B is located in the suburb of Noordgesig in Soweto, just southwest of Johannesburg, and is a city of enterprise and cultural interaction.
The B&B offers three en-suite rooms that are furnished with comfortable double or three-quarter beds. Each room is equipped with a TV with DStv, a microwave and tea and coffee facilities. Breakfast and other meals are available on request and are served in the open-plan dining and lounge area, and braai facilities area also available.
Tours can be arranged on request and the B&B is located within a short drive of various historical sites. Guests can visit the home of former President Nelson Mandela, the Hector Petersen Memorial Site as well as various restaurants and shopping malls. Other attractions waiting to be seen are the Apartheid Museum, the Kliptown Open Air Museum, the Soweto Tours and the Oppenheimer Gardens to name a few.
Ribsi's B&B Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Soweto
(1.6 km from Soweto)
Visit Nelson Mandela's humble house in Orlando West, Soweto, also called the Mandela Family Museum. This interesting museum brings to life the history on the world's most famous former prisoner. The four-roomed house contains an assortment of...
(3.6 km from Soweto)
Located in Soweto, the disused Orlando cooling towers has been converted into a vertical adventure facility and tourist attraction for adrenalin junkies. Aimed at drawing local Gauteng adventure enthusiasts, as well as adventure tourists, the site...
(3.9 km from Soweto)
Few places in the world can tell you so much about a country’s history like Soweto does. Few places in South Africa are a true reflection of modern day South African society, like Soweto is. This is why South Western Township is the world’s most...
(6.9 km from Soweto)
The photo of Hector Pieterson, one of the students killed in a storm of bullets during the 1976 Student Uprising in Soweto, is an image etched into the hearts and minds of many. This picture made Hector a symbol of youth resistance to Apartheid...