The Sotho–Tswana practised farming and extensively mined and smelted metals that were available in the area.Moreover, from the early 1960s until his retirement, Professor Revil Mason of the University of the Witwatersrand, explored and documented many Late Iron Age archaeological sites throughout the Johannesburg area.These sites dated from between the 12th century and 18th century, and many contained the ruins of Sotho–Tswana mines and iron smelting furnaces, suggesting that the area was being exploited for its mineral wealth before the arrival of Europeans or the discovery of gold.The most prominent site within Johannesburg is Melville Koppies, which contains an iron smelting furnace.Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
Located between Bela-Bela and Modimolle, Silver Streams Lodge is set in natural surroundings with indigenous gardens and overlooking a dam.
They are fitted with a double shower and outside shower, bathtub, air conditioning, a refrigerator and satellite TV.
The modern and luxurious rooms features a gas fireplace and a private patio .
Lenasia is predominantly populated by English-speaking South Africans of Indian descent.
These areas were designated as non-white areas in accordance with the segregationist policies of the South African government known as Apartheid. There were quite a number of people with the name "Johannes" who were involved in the early history of the city.