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The Pretoria branch of the Transvaal University College (TUC) was forerunner of the University of Pretoria. It commenced its activities in 1908 with a staff of four professors and three lecturers. Thirty-two students enrolled for courses at the first campus, Kya Rosa, a house in the centre of the Pretoria. The University of Pretoria, became a fully fledged university in 1930. The name...||09/09/2005||380|
|The official Residency of the President of South Africa||09/22/2005||925|
|South Africa's Largest and national Zoo, located in Pretoria.|
|One of South Africa's Largest shopping malls with 311 shops.|
Also has the world's first rooftop drive-in theatre.
|This is the famous monument in the Capital of South Africa||07/30/2005||686|
|South Africa's Largest University. Official website.||09/08/2005||281|
|Today the Star of Africa diamond graces the Queen's apparel, but for millions (or thousands) of years, it lay buried here, at the Cullinan Mine near Pretoria, South Africa.||09/14/2005||827|
|South Africa's largest Botanical Gardens.||09/15/2005||257|
|The 12,819 square meter U.S. Embassy Office Building incorporates offices for Embassy departments and tenant agencies of the U.S. Government.||09/16/2005||325|
|A vehicle testing ground, which is used to test vehicles and electrical, electronic and mechanical products and systems in accordance with a wide range of commercial, industrial and military specifications.|
|The Republic of Namibia is a country in southwestern Africa, on the Atlantic coast. It is bordered by Angola and Zambia to the north, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the south. It gained independence from South Africa in 1990, and as such it is one of the youngest nations in the world. Its capital is Windhoek.|
For more look at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Namibia
|A very popular tourist destination in South Africa.|
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