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At once the ‘Afrikaner Jerusalem’, former headquarters of the apartheid state, and site of the presidential inauguration of Nelson Mandela, the pretty, laid-back city of Pretoria the administrative capital – carries a remarkable amount of history for its age. Ironically, the city that for so long was a byword for white domination is now home to Thabo Mbeki, the liberated country’s black president.

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Pretoria is a city in the northern part of Gauteng Province, South Africa. It is one of the country's three capital cities, serving as the executive and de facto national capital; the others are Cape Town, the legislative capital, and Bloemfontein, the judicial capital. Pretoria is sometimes regarded as being divided into three sections: West, East and north, relative to the CBD (Central Business District). Pretoria is contained within the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality as one of several constituent former administrations (among which also Centurion and Soshanguve). Pretoria itself is sometimes referred to as "Tshwane" due to a long-running and controversial proposed change of name, which has yet to be decided, as of 2013. Pretoria is named after Andries Pretorius.Pretoria in South Africa is popularly known as The Jacaranda City due to the thousands of Jacaranda trees planted in its streets, parks and gardens.

 

 

Climate

The city has a moderately dry subtropical climate, specifically a humid subtropical climate, with long hot and rainy summers and short cool and dry winters. The average annual temperature is 18.7 °C. This is rather high considering its relatively high altitude of about 1350 metres and is due mainly to its sheltered valley position, which acts as a heat trap and cuts it off from cool southerly and south-easterly air masses for much of the year.

 

Rain is chiefly concentrated in the summer months, with drought conditions prevailing over the winter months, when frosts may be sharp. Snowfall is an extremely rare event; snowflakes were spotted in 1959, 1968 and 2012 in the city, but the city has never experienced an accumulation in its history. During a countrywide heatwave in November 2011, Pretoria experienced temperatures that reached 39 °C, extraordinarily unusual for that time of the year. Again in December to January 2013, Pretoria experienced temperatures exceeding 37C on several days. The all-time high recorded in Pretoria was 42C on 25 January 2013.

 

 

Nightlife: bars and pubs in Pretoria

Monday Madness

Burnett Street, Pretoria, South Africa, Hatfield Square

+27 12 362 6528

 

Erlswold Way, Pretoria, South Africa, Swartkop Airfield, Valhalla

+27 12 351 2290

 

R513 Pretoria North, Hartbeespoort, South Africa

+27 12 504 9906

 

Boshoff Street, Pretoria, South Africa

+27 12 440 8316/+27 12 341 0591

 

Association Arts

173 Mackie Street, Pretoria, South Africa, Nieuw Muckleneuk

+27 12 346 3100

 

Brooklyn Mall Cinemas

Brooklyn Mall, Fehrson St Brooklyn

Phone: 0860 300 222

 

Tings an’ Times

1065 Arcadia St

Phone: 012-430 3176

 

Eastwood’s

cnr Eastwood & Park Sts

Phone: 012-344 0243

 

Computicket

Hatfield Plaza, Burnett St Hatfield

Phone: 083 915 8000

 

Cool Runnings

1075 Burnett St

Phone: 012-362 0100

 

Women from Pretoria, South Africa

The country South Africa is also known as the start and beginning of the human race. South Africa is more then a great country, with lots of different nature and wild it's just wonderfull. In the country live people from different offspring with all a own language. Until a short period ago it was not rare to be a lot of violence all originating from the ethnic rules made years ago. In 2013 and further it is clear that also women get a lot more rights and can finally talk free. Ofcourse they still have a long road to pass,also speaking about political influence and regulation. Ofcourse the South africain women have some characteristics and we are going to show you those down below. keep in mind girl from South Africa are very hot and goodlooking.

 

• The most of all people have a black skin or kind of tanned. A small group is white or asian. Due the mixed culture and origin both the dresscode and their way of thoughts are very different from each other. The younger ammong them often have modern influence and like to dress themself rather sexy.

• Education is ofcourse not a bad thing in South Africa. still the most women from South africa do lakc a higher education since it's not allowed to take a job as Professor, Doctor and many other better paid professions. Even though these lack in freedom almost 90% of all people can read and write.

• A mixed culture bring a diverse religion. The most people are christians and the others Muslim, Pentocostal. Most people go and live together before having a marriage. Further the average women has 2 or 3 children often at a rather young age.

• The hottest women from South Africa like to party, they love to do sports since this will keep their body in good shape and condition. Still their family remains the most important of them all. Most South africain are known because they are very social and friendly even to complete strangers.

 

 

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