That's It Guest Home

5 Brecher Street, Clydesdale, Pretoria, 0002, South Africa

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  • What a Wonderful week!

    by

    The service I received from both Carien and Marc was "out of this world" .....My room was very clean and comfortable, neat and tidy as well !!!! The location is close to shopping centres and cinemas! The garden is delightful and the swimming pool an added bonus! Parking is not a problem and I felt so at home ...... pity my week ended so soon!!! All the staff were so friendly and helpful too..... really a "home from home" .... breakfast was great and no shortage of tea or coffee. Thank you so much and I will stay there again when I am in Pretoria. Maureen McDonald

    Unique Quality: A home away from home. Great service and deliscious meals

    Directions: Close to Loftus Versveld and took me about 45 minutes from the airport

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My small son in the cablecar at Pretoria ZooMy small son in the cablecar at Pretoria Zoo

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Forum Posts

Buying a new car in Pretoria

by filboy

I'm new from the U.S. and will be in South Africa for about 3 years. I would like to buy a new small car either a Honda or Mazda, but i'm shock about the car prices. I don't have to pay vat, but still the car prices are at least 50% highercompared to the U.S. I could understand the increased prices due to higher taxes, but how about the cars manufactured locally. Is there a good strategy in dealing w/ car dealers, or are they like sharks like most places.

RE: Buying a new car in Pretoria

by alister_h

yeah car prices here are ridiculous, i suggest buying a second hand car rather.

RE: Buying a new car in Pretoria

by Edla

Yep! these car people are a rip-off. Find out about the Japanese cars, coz last time I hear they were eally cheap because of high supply. alternatively, you get a way to import a car from London.

RE: Buying a new car in Pretoria

by Gerald_D

Why don't you have to pay VAT? (If you take the car out of the country you will be refunded your VAT that everyone has to pay upfront)

The car dealers have nearly identical prices for new cars. The only way to get a good discount is to prove that you are a "fleet owner".

RE: RE: Buying a new car in Pretoria

by filboy

Thanks for the responses. I don't have to pay VAT because I'm in the diplomatic field. I checked several dealers and they all have the same prices, and they are extremely expensive compared to the U.S. I also checked used cars, and 3 to 4 year old cars are costing more what I could buy them brand new in the U.S.
It's ridiculous and I don't see how an average working guy can afford a car. I'm sure that if they lower their prices they could expand the car industry better, and help reduce the crime involving cars. I don't see the rationale behind the high prices, maybe it's due to a few people controlling the industry.

RE: RE: Buying a new car in Pretoria

by Gerald_D

Maybe you have partly answered your own question.....

You can sell at quite a high price after 3 years.

Travel Tips for Pretoria

Greeting

by PierreZA

In South Africa, people will greet by shaking hands. If they meet you for the frist time, it will be a very common gesture to shake hands.
After we say hallo, you might hear "howzit", which basicly means 'how are you?'
'Ok, bye' or 'cheers', is often said when leaving.

Cullinan diamond mine - the...

by local7460

Cullinan diamond mine - the biggest diamond mine that is still operational with a larger mine than the Big Hole in Kimberley (half an hour by car) - see www.mintek.ac.za/pubs/geobook/Premier.mine.htm for photo

Voortrekker Monument

by mvtouring

Probably one of the most important monuments in the Afrikaans community. The Voortrekker Monument is situated in the city of Pretoria, South Africa. The massive granite structure, built to honour the Voortrekkers (Pioneers) who left the Cape Colony in the thousands between 1835 and 1854, was designed by the architect Gerard Moerdijk who had the ideal to design a "monument that would stand a thousand years to describe the history and the meaning of the Great Trek to its descendants". It can be seen from almost any location in the city, as it is seated on a hilltop.

The Church Square

by xinxin

The square is surrounded on all sides by some impressive buildings, like old Raadsaal (parliament), the Capitol Theatre, and the Netherlands Bank Building ( now the tourist information office).

The Café Riche , on the corner of Church Stree, has really good coffe, and you can buy a booklet or rent a cassette player explaining the history and architecture of the square.

VOORTREKKER MONUMENT

by CharleneP

History of the Afrikaaners, very old and beautiful. The Voortrekkers played an important part in Pretoria's past. The Building is constructed in such a way that just on that day at 12 noon a ray of sunlight falls onto the Shrine of Honour in the Heroes’ Hall. It bears the inscription: 'Ons vir jou, Zuid Afrika!' (We for you, South Africa!). Great view over Pretoria from there.

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