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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||423|
|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||718|
|South Africa's Largest University. Official website.||09/08/2005||316|
|The University of Cape Town (UCT) is South Africa's oldest university, and is one of Africa's leading teaching and research institutions.
UCT was founded in 1829 as the South African College, a boys' school which also provided some tertiary education. The College developed into a fully fledged university during the period 1880 to 1900, thanks to increased funding from private sources and the...||09/09/2005||371|
|USA Embassy Pretoria South Africa||02/07/2006||404|
|South African power plant.
Power plant near Kriel (east of Johannesburg), South Africa. Seems to show at least six cooling towers; best information available seems to indicate facility is a Thermal Power Station, rather than nuclear.
|South Africa's largest Botanical Gardens.||09/15/2005||286|
|A plane from South Africa parked at London Heathrow Interational Airport.||10/17/2006||333|
|The plane for the South African Olympic team of the 2012 London Olympics at Franz Josef Strauss Airport in Munich.|
|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||896|