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De Wagensdrift Conference Facilities - Pretoria - Gauteng - South Africa

Bass Lake Conference Lodge
Bass Lake Conference Lodge - Leeuwkloof, De Wagensdrift, Pretoria, Gauteng
Basslake Lodge caters exclusively for conferences consisting of groups of up to 32 delegates with overnight accommodation for 32...further information

Conference Facilities De Wagensdrift
Deruxa Cottages - De Wagensdrift, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
The Conference facility is located next to the open air lapa. It is equipped with a conference table and caters for a party of 12.....further information

team building Team Building and Events Management in De Wagensdrift
Teambuilding and Events Management South Africa (TBAE) specialises in interactive team building, with programs designed to promote team spirit and a participative culture. TBAE is renowned for the design and delivery of unique, innovative, fun and memorable team building programs, customised to meet each client’s individual needs, agenda and budget. Our experienced and highly skilled facilitators work in partnership with our clients to ensure continuity in existing training or development programs ...more about team building and events management in De Wagensdrift

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Roodeplaat Dam is surrounded by a number of campsites, self-catering chalets and full board resorts. Camping facilities are available in the section of the nature reserve on the western bank. The dam offers a wide variety of species for the bird lover and in several different vegetation types. There can be found open water, reed beds, dense Acacia and mixed thornveld. There are a great variety of water birds as well as warblers, prinias, weavers and robins.

Pretoria itself was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father Andries Pretorius. During the First Boer War, the city was besieged by Republican forces in December 1880 and March 1881. The peace treaty, which ended the war, was signed in Pretoria on 3rd August 1881 at the Pretoria Convention. Pretoria achieved official city status in 1931. | Western Cape | Eastern Cape | Northern Cape | Kwazulu-Natal | Free State | Gauteng | Limpopo Province | North West Province | Mpumalanga | Sitemap

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