City Link Cabs

Constitution Hill

Before Constitution Hill opened its doors as a museum in 2004, the precinct housed a collection of notorious prisons which included the Old Fort, a high-security prison built in the 1890s to house prisoners of war during the Anglo-Boer Wars (1899-1902), the Number Four prison block, a so-called “Native Prison”, and the Women’s Goal.

During the apartheid era the prison complex became a detention centre for political dissidents, striking mineworkers, those deemed “anti-establishment” and those who simply violated the inhuman pass laws of the time. Many ordinary and famous people were incarcerated here during its years as a prison including former president Nelson Mandela and passive resistance leader Mahatma Gandhi, who were both imprisoned for their pro-democracy activism.

Contact Details

348 Rivonia Boulevard Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa

Payment Methods

Payment may be made via Visa and MasterCard credit cards.

Cash or EFT payments can be made into our bank account upon making your booking and proof of payment should be e-mailed to shuttle@citylinkcabs.co.za.
Bank name: Absa
Account name: Mzo shuttle services (PTY) LTD
Account number: 40-9416-5715
Branch code: 632-005