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You can have good couple of hours there. Food and coffee are widely available but Hallal is very limited. You may buy some good vegetables and nice cloths. A of other stuff are on offer. It is good for children, teenagers and adults.
Here you can find all local South African foods, arts, crafts and so much more that you do not always get in the stores or mall or paying an arm and a leg for it. Its every Saturday morning and you can always find some...More
Great fun walking around and savouring the athmosphere. Well organised. Toilets are very clean.
Walk through the stalls and enjoy doing some “window shopping”. Find Danie at his stall and buy pancakes and milk tarts - if you buy 10 he will add another for...More
I remember coming to the Boeremark back in the early nineties when it consisted of about 5 tables. The typical South African tendency to administrate everything turned this into a favorite Saturday morning outing! Good old country food can be ordered while wandering around the...More
Before returning back to Jhb, we decided to check out this farmers market. We were blown away by the variety of stores and the great prices. Our visit was after Christmas so this was the explanation for the empty stalls dotted around. Our car boot...More
We often go to the Langenhovenpark "Boeremark" for fresh produce, cheese, meat, etc. There are also stalls with homemade articles - wood, leather, needlework, etc. and stalls selling braaivleis, pancake, vetkoek, samoesas and much much more.
This market is for anyone. Fresh farm products eg. Vegetables, meat and fruit... Also in various forms such as frozen goods, baked items... Then of cause you can buy almost everything made in China! And there is clothing and accessories and footwear. Never forget the...More