Whether you're after designer clothes, the latest books or DVDs, high-quality African art, or glamorous gifts, Johannesburg offers outstanding shopping opportunities. In fact, many people, particularly from other African countries, come here with the express aim of shopping. Dozens of malls, galleries, and curio shops are scattered throughout the city, often selling the same goods at widely different prices. It's best to shop around.

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  • 1. African Craft Market

    Rosebank | Crafts

    The African Craft Market, between the Rosebank Mall and the Zone, has a huge variety of African crafts from Cape to Cairo, all displayed to...Read More

  • 2. 27 Boxes


    Faan Smit Park on 4th Avenue has been converted into a landscaped urban space with 27 Boxes as its central feature. Stacked shipping containers (19ft...Read More

  • 3. 44 Stanley


    The dappled sunshine courtyards of this 1930s industrial block are lined with ateliers, galleries, family-owned cafés and restaurants, as well as one-of-a-kind stores. On the...Read More

  • 4. Art Africa


    Art Africa brings together a dazzling selection of ethnic arts, crafts, and artifacts from across the continent and also sells funky items, such as tin...Read More

  • 5. Bryanston Organic and Natural Market


    If you're into healthful living, visit the Bryanston Organic and Natural Market. More than 140 stalls feature artisanal, organic, and naturally sourced fresh produce. There's...Read More

  • 6. Chameleon Village Lifestyle Junxion

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    The Chameleon Village Lifestyle Junxion has shops, fast-food outlets, a Sunday food market, and restaurants lined up alongside art studios....Read More

  • 7. Charles Greig

    Hyde Park

    Charles Greig is a reputable jeweler with a long-standing record, and a reputation for excellence, making this shop a good choice if you wish to...Read More

  • 8. Everard Read Gallery

    Rosebank | Art Galleries

    The Everard Read Gallery, established in 1912, is one of the largest privately owned galleries in the world. It acts as an agent for several...Read More

  • 9. Goodman Gallery


    The highly successful, five-plus-decade-old Goodman Gallery presents exciting monthly exhibitions by the stars of contemporary African and African diaspora art, including William Kentridge, David Goldblatt,...Read More

  • 10. Mynhardts Diamonds

    Mynhardts Diamonds sells diamonds and jewelry, and specializes in women's and men's rings, especially engagement and wedding rings. The company makes up the rings from...Read More

  • 11. Rooftop Market

    Rosebank | Market

    Rosebank's Rooftop Market has become a Sunday tradition in the city. More than 600 stalls sell African and Western crafts, antiques, books,...Read More

  • 12. Schwartz Jewellers

    Sandton | Jewelry & Watches

    Schwartz Jewellers is a diamond wholesaler and manufacturing jeweler. It offers a large range of classical and ethnic African pieces and a custom...Read More

  • 13. Welwitschia Country Market

    The Welwitschia Country Market sells handmade arts and crafts, which make for great souvenirs, among other gifts and trinkets at around 40 shops and stalls...Read More

  • 14. Crystal Feeling


    Crystal Feeling has many fascinating decorative and healing crystals, dream catchers, books, and jewelry. ...Read More

  • 15. Western Cane Trading

    Household Items/Furniture

    At Western Cane Trading, you can browse through a huge warehouse of cane, wood, and iron furniture. There's a good tea garden and even a driving...Read More

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