Where is Tshwane?

Tshwane is located in the province of Gauteng.  Gauteng is the smallest of the nine provinces in South Africa but is home to over 8 million people and responsible for over 33% of the country’s GDP.   Tshwane is one of three metropolises in the province, the other two being Ekurhuleni and Johannesburg.  
Note:  Many maps still indicate the city as being Pretoria, as this area is incorporated into Tshwane.  

Distance from other centres:

Bloemfontein 438 km, Cape Town 1 519 km, Durban 692 km, East London 1 047 km, Johannesburg 56 km, Kimberley 525 km, Nelspruit 342 km, OR Tambo Airport 48 km, Pietermaritzburg 561 km, Polokwane 264 km, Port Elizabeth 1 112 km.

Getting here
Tshwane is particularly accessible as it lies only 48 km from the OR Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg) and has three national highways, the N1, N4 and N14, and two highways, the R21 and R80, converging on the city. Three other airports, namely Wonderboom, Lanseria and Rand Airport are all within 40 minutes drive and all long distance trains and buses stop at the Pretoria Main Station.



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