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Region 3

REGIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR : Kgomotso Mohlala

Physical Address: Pilditch Stadium, Room 2, Maltzan Street, Pretoria

CALL CENTRE – All hours

Tel: 012 358 9999

Email address: customercare@tshwane.gov.za

CUSTOMER CARE WALK –IN CENTRES IN THE REGION

WALK-IN CENTRE PHYSICAL ADDRESS
ATTERIDGEVILLE CUSTOMER CARE CENTRE Office Block E, 1-12, Atteridgeville Municipal Office (Mini-Munitoria/Thusong Centre), Komane Street (between Mngadi and Radebe Streets), Atteridgeville
BKS CUSTOMER CARE CENTRE First floor, Counter 1 and 7, BKS Building, 373 Pretorius Street, Pretoria
FORTSIG CUSTOMER CARE CENTRE Entrance 20, Van der Hoff Road extension, Boekenhoutkloof
HB PHILLIPS CUSTOMER CARE CENTRE Ground floor, HB Phillips Building, Cnr Bosman and Francis Baard (Schoeman) Streets, Pretoria
ISIVUNO HOUSE CUSTOMER CARE CENTRE First floor, Cnr Madiba (Vermeulen) and Lilian Ngoyi (Van der Walt) Streets, Pretoria
SAMMY MARKS CUSTOMER CARE CENTRE Ground floor, Sammy Marks Building, Cnr Madiba (Vermeulen) and Sisulu (Prinsloo) Streets, Pretoria

  

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION FOR CUSTOMER CARE CENTRES FOR THE PERIOD STARTING JULY 2012 TO MAY 2013

  • A total of 282 230 contacts encountered at Customer Walk-In-Centres
  • 96.9% of reported cases were immediately resolved 
  • Only 3.1% of reported complaints were referred for receiving further attention

REGIONAL SERVICE DELIVERY APPROACH

The City of Tshwane's approved macro structure has led to the re-engineering of the Municipality to better perform its functions as a developmental local government.

A noticeable character of the new institutional arrangements is the introduction of the regional services model which aims to bring government and services closer to the people and improve service delivery.

REGIONAL INFORMATION

LOCALITY

Region 3 is bordered by the Magaliesberg Mountain range to the north and the N4 freeway to the east, including a small part of East Lynne and Silverton. The region includes the CBD of Tshwane, the Brooklyn and Hatfield metropolitan nodes as well as the western area of Tshwane (commonly known as Pretoria West). To the south west, the region borders on the jurisdiction of Mogale City and to the west is Madibeng in North West Province.

DEMOGRAPHIC OVERVIEW

Region 3 has a population of 514195 (Source:  Statistics SA Census 2011). This is approximately 18% of the total population of the City of Tshwane of 2 921 488 (Source:  Statistics SA Census 2011).

Region 3 had a population of about 514 195 people in 2010.

​POPULATION PER INCOME CATEGORY ​​ ​​ ​
High Medium Low Total
       
113069 205677 195449 514195

 

Approximately 39 % of the population can be regarded as within the low income group (monthly household income of less than R2000 rand a month). 

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SOCIO- ECONOMIC DATA

Economic base:

Together with the previously mentioned economic nodes, the Innovation Hub on the eastern boundary of the region is a further contributor to economic growth. Identified as one of the Gauteng Provincial Government's Blue IQ projects, the aim of the Hub is to become the high-tech business cluster in South Africa. 

It is estimated that the working population of the site, once completed, will be approximately 6000 and that it will attract between 1500 and 2000 vehicles to the site. Providing local and foreign companies a gateway to high-tech resources in Africa, the Hub will allow for intense economic growth within the region, positively contributing to the local as well as the regional economic base.


 

Region 3 is characterised by the following:​

  • Significant ridge systems such as the Witwatersberg, Meintjieskop, Klapperkop, Salvokop, Struben Groenkloof Ridge and Lukasrand;
  • Significant ridge systems and hills are prevalent through the whole region, notably the Magaliesberg range in the north, the Witwatersberg range in the central part and the Schurveberg range in the south. Of significance are also Kwaggasrand, Langeberge, Atteridgeville Ridge, Magazine Hill, Weskop and Skanskop.
  • Ecologically sensitive areas are found in the south western part of the region where the Hennops River cuts through the Schurveberg Range and this forms a contiguous unit with the Crocodile River conservation area that have been established within and along the provincial border with North West Province.
  • Significant watercourse and wetland systems throughout the region, most notably the Apies River, Walkerspruit, Rietspruit, Swartspruit, Crocodile River and Steenovenspuit. However, the Apies, Walker, Steenoven, Modder and Moot watercourses have for the most been transformed by human intervention.
  • Several ornamental parks such as Burgers Park, Magnolia Dell, Venning Park, Jan Cilliers Park, Springbok Park, Pieter Human Park as well as smaller parks in Flowers Street, Capital Park and Franzina Street.
  • Significant cultural historic open spaces at the West Fort, Westfort Hospital, Rebecca Street Cemetery, Voortrekker Monument and Skanskop Fort, Freedom Park, Wonderboom Fort, Helde-akker and Union Building Gardens.
  •  Significant institutional open spaces at the University of Pretoria and the Tshwane University of Technology;
  • Significant recreational open spaces in the form of the Loftus Versfeld Rugby Stadium, Pilditch and Caledonian Stadiums, Harlequins and Gauteng North Tennis HQ, De Jong Diving Pool, Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville, Adelaars and Rietondale Park.
  • Three golf courses at the Pretoria Golf Club in Pretoria West; Waterkloof Golf Club in Monument Park and the Pretoria Country Club in Waterkloof.
  • Large exhibition open space at the TSWABAC showgrounds;

Region 3 Operational Budget: Financial Year 2013/14

Section Budget Available amount in OPEX as at 30/09/13
Office of the RED R16 957 137.00 R15 389 113.63
Customer Care Walk-in-Centers R14 929 776.00 R10 561 464.61
Energy and Electricity R146 489 825. 77 R102 668 144.02
Health, Social Development and Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture R86 423 910.03 R63 017 065.28
Transport Services R90 037 126.30 R65 659 105.40
Water and Sanitation (Sewer network extensions) R21 245 866.00 R12 324 808.51
Urban Management R77 149 543.64 R65 524 612.84

Central District Management

(Mega projects)

R1 375 254.52 R1 241 469.38
Total budget R454 608 439.26 R336 385 783.67

Construction Projects Financial year 2013/14

Services Infrastructure Department

Water and Sanitation Division


 

Project Ward  Length of pipe (m) Estimated Cost Expenditure to date % Progress to date
Upgrading of networks  - connections/disconnections (Master Plan Items) 1, 42, 51, 59, 68 60 connections R3 million R213 358 7.1%

Replacement of worn out

network pipes

1, 42, 51, 53, 59 20 000 R22,5 million R8,58 million 38,1%

PROJECT

 NAME

2013/14

BUDGET

WARD
Upgrading of networks where difficulties exist (Master Plan Items) R3 million 1, 42, 51, 59, 68
Replacement of worn out network pipes R21,5 million 1, 42, 51, 53, 59
710023 Lengthening of network and supply pipelines R 1 250 000 55, 1, 51, 68
710024 Upgrading of networks where difficulties exist 3 000 000 1, 42, 51, 53, 59
710026 Replacement of worn out network pipes 22 500 000 1, 42, 51, 59, 68
710411E Extension of Hennops River WWTW 7 000 000 7
711335H  Replacement and upgrading of bulk water pipeline Jamboree Rally to Schoeman street 1 000 000 59, 80
712534H Relining and upgrading reservoirs 5 000 000 53, 59

Transport Division

PROJECT NAME 2013/14 BUDGET WARD
Saulsville Station Pedestrian Bridge 9700 000 63
Construction of Maunde Dual Carriage way 25 700 000 3,5,62,68 and 72

 

Tsosoloso Grant Funding:
Saulsville Node

Project Activity
Atteridgeville Pedestrian Walkway: A pedestrian link from Church Street to Atteridgeville Station
  Between Church Street and Komane Street parallel to canal along Ga-Mothakga Resort eastern boundary.
  Beautification of open space precinct between the two pedestrian routes.
Saulsville CBD:

Intersection upgrade and walkways:

Beautification and pedestrianization of Priority Road Network in and around the Saulsville CBD Node.

Beautification of the Saulsville entrances from Church Street along Masopha and Tlou Streets

Saulsville Pedestrian Bridge Street to Street footbridge from Lengau Street to Marivate Street at Saulsville Station and construction of walkways.

 

Housing and Human Settlements Department

PROJECT NAME PLANNED  UNITS WORK DONE BUDGET 2013/14 2013/2014EXPENDITURE WARD
Saulsville Hostels 30

104 CRUs were renovated in the 2012/13 FY

Site Handover for new CRUs taking place on 11 October 2013.

NB: This is a multi-year project
R15 000 000 R 0.00 63

 

Provincial Department of Human Settlements

PROJECT NAME PLANNED  WORK WORK DONE BUDGET 2013/14 2013/2014 EXPENDITURE WARD

Lady Selbourne

Phase 1 and 2

Danville Phase 1

Stands = 283

Houses = 100

Houses = 297

90% completion stage

29 foundations

114 houses completed

R 7 271 968.00

 

R 6 466 600.00

 

R19 205 802

R7 371 92

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ACHIEVEMENTS RECORDED BY REGION 3

Health and Social Development ACTIVITY
 

Awareness sessions on hypertension hosted at Hercules, Lotus Gardens and Atteridgeville Clinics.

Cervical cancer sessions, road to child health and immunisation at the Atteridgeville Clinic.

(NHI)

 

Results of National Core Standard Audits for  City of Tshwane Quality Assurance in preparation for implementation of National Health Insurance (NHI)

Atteridgeville Clinic : 78% adherence

FF Ribeiro Clinic : 84% adherence

Folang Clinic:   94% adherence

Gazankulu Clinic :  76% adherence

Hercules Clinic: 86 % adherence

Lotus Garden Clinic : 95% adherence

Phomoling Clinic : 86% adherence

Saulsville Clinic :84% adherence

TB

All City of Tshwane Clinics in Region 3 are rendering a full TB service, in accordance with the National TB legislation.

738,811 Clinic users during FY 2012/13

HIV/AIDS 100% implementation in all City Clinics in Region 3 of the HIV and AIDS Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission Programmes


 

Libraries ACTIVITY
 

All 11 libraries in Region 3 provide free internet access and Wi-Fi connectivity.

10 Exhibitions hosted at 3 libraries

96 975 registered library members.

6 holiday programmes presented

 

The Water Research Commission donated 475 books to the Moot Library.

11 schools to benefit from this programme


 

Arts and Heritage

 

ACTIVITY
 

The Pretoria Art Museum Hosted 6 exhibitions from July 2013 to September 2013.

Participation in the South African Choral Festival 6 – 19 July

Pretoria Art Museum was the Sasol New Signatures Art Competition

Fort Klapperkop hosted the annual South African Defense Force Memorial.

   


 

Social Development ACTIVITY
   
Hosted a number of the Major of high profile events in the regional facilities

International Youth Day, "Tshepo 10 000"; School Uniform Distribution

4 Major athletics events were hosted at Pilditch Stadium.

Women's month was celebrated on 9,10,11 and 26 August


 

Delivery of Refuse Bins in Region 3 in FY 2012/13

240 ℓBlack Bins Ward 240 ℓ Green Bins Wards 1100ℓ Black Bins Wards
320 55,7,3,80,81,92,58,60 46 80,56,53,81 10 80,81,82


 

Energy and Electricity

Project Area Ward Budget Benefits
Paving of Atteridgeville substations Atteridgeville & Saulsville 63,51 62 R 250 000,00 To ensure that the substations are clean and appealing, The Depot resorted to installation of paving as permanent solution
Normalizations of transformers in informal settlements Phomolong 71 R2.7 mil The Depot has identified 13 Transformer areas that are overloaded in Phomolong , Jeffsville informal settlement
Installation of Non Destructive structures Saulsville 63 R1.8 Mil Illegal connections and vandalism of CoT property will be reduced.


 

Transport 

Wards Work done/Activity Suburb km
71 Regravelling of roads Atteridgeville 2,5m
3, 7, 51, 62 Road markings Atteridgeville 9km
3, 7 Upgrading of stormwater system Lotus Garden (Mbuti and Nyiko street), Proclamation hill (Impempe and Namen street), West Park (Iscor Street) and Lotus Garden (Tumeric Street)  
68, 7 Upgrading of stormwater system Atteridgeville (Maunde Street), Lotus Garden (Jabulani Street) and Lotus Garden (Morythwa Street)  


 

Water and Sanitation

QUARTER 1 – 2013/2014

Water Network Repairs and Maintenance

QUARTER 1 – 2013/2014

Sewer Network Repairs and Maintenance

Number of No-Water Complaints attended to Number of Water Leaks repaired Number of Municipal Sewer Blockages Removed Number of Private Sewer Blockages Removed
420 2774 1215 181


 

CHALLENGES FACING REGION 3

Challenge Mitigation
Homelessness/vagrancy and street-begging Submission of Implementation Plan of the approved CoT Homelessness Policy
Monitoring support only available to ECD centres and not to community development initiatives. Revitalization of the NPO funding strategy with the necessary resource allocation

Main challenge  hampering service excellence: PHC Clinic Operations

  • Critical staffing shortages – dedicated TB nurses, Data capturers, Lay counsellors, medical doctors.

Maintenance backlog on  repairs in clinics

Motivation for the filling of vacant positions which are due over a long period now.

 

Request for "Tshepo 10 000" people to be trained to assist at clinics with basic work such as admin, cleaning, etc.

Free use of SRAC facilities

Shortage of Security Guards at SRAC facilities which lead to high level of vandalism

The strict implementation of the Free Use Policy.

To submit a report with cost implications to the Adjustment Budget to request additional funds.

Illegal water connections which compromises the infrastructure efficiency and revenue loss Public must assist in reporting the illegal usage of water
Stolen water meters and steel manhole covers, sold as scrap​ Moved away from copper to plastic water meters, and from cast iron to  alternative non-metal manhole covers
Taking over of water and sanitation provision to informal settlements Provision of sufficient funding and personnel to ensure service delivery
Illegal Connections Security of Revenue Protection Section
Community education and enlightenment with respect to Electricity and Energy usage. Customer education programmes are presented during imbizos.
Illegal Electricity connections which overload the infrastructure resulting in constant power failures and premature failure and reduction of equipment lifespan. Capex funds, though insufficient, are being used to refurbish the network and prolong the lifespan of the equipment. Also, stricter revenue protection methods are being investigated.
Insufficient budget for planned maintenance put pressure on reactive maintenance Increase planned maintenance budget


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CITY OF TSHWANE SPORT & RECREATION FACILITIES CONTACTS AND ADDRESSES REGION 3


SPORTS


FACILITY NAME WARD ESCRIPTION ADRESS COORDINATES OFFICIAL RESPONSIBLE
Anton van Wouw School 42 1 rugby field Bruinslich Park, Julius and Jeppe Street. Niew Muckleneuk Erf No 1145/4 S25.776431
E28.23745
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Adelaar Sport Federation 54 4 Rugby Fields, clubhouse, 1 Hall, 1 Cricket Pitch, 1 Hall, 1 Clubhouse (Cricket), Clubhouse (Administration), Squash Courts Hannes Fouries Sport Ground, C/o Meyer st & 16th Avenue S25.42.143'
E028.12.771'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595
Atteridgeville Community Centre 62 1 Hall with back change rooms, 1 Boardroom, 1 Kitchen, 4 Offices Cnr. Ramokgopha & Hlahla Street, Atteridgeville , ERF NUMBER 02198 S25.46.473'
E028.04.260'
Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Belgrave Tennis club 56 6 Tennis courts Prospect St, Belgrace Square, Hatfield Erf 627 S25.45.099'
E028.14.334'
Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Bergsig Tennis 1 4 Tennis courts Club house Cnr. Charl Celliers & Denyssen Street, Mountain View Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Belle Ombre Basket Ball 58 9 Tennis Courts, 1 Clubhouse Cowey St, Pretoria West Erf No 346 S25.44.737'
E028.10.609'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Booysens Primary 55 2 Rugby fields Cnr. Attie 7 Wilhelm, Booysens, ERF 287 Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Brooklyn Boot Camp 56 2 old bowling greens Murray & Williams StErf No 334/335 S25.45.866'
E028.14.062'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Brooklyn Primary 42 1 soccer field Anderson and Pierneef, Brooklyn Square Erf No 828 S25.76286
E28.241156
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Brooklyn Union Tennis Club 56 6 Tennis courts Alexander & Plein St, Brooklyn Erf No 828 S25.45.754'
E028.14.396'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Caledonian Stadium 81 1 soccer field Pretoroius and Nelson Mandela Drive Erf No 1145 S25.74758
E28.201686
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Capital Park Cricket 58 1 Cricket field Trouw Str.,Capital Park S25.724328
E28.196703
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Capital Park Bowling 58 2 Bowling Greens, Clubhouse Trouw Str.,Capital Park S25.723812
E28.195489
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Capital Park Soccer 58 Soccer field, 2 Changerooms , 2 storerooms Cnr Trouw & 6TH Avenue S25.724285
E28.194695
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Capital Park Tennis 58 5 Tennis courts ,2 practice courts & clubhouse 303 van Heerden Str.,Capital Park S25.725712
E28.194369
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Colbyn Bowling club 82 1 Clubhouse, 2 Bowling greens Kilnerton Road, Colbyn Erf Portion 57, 325JR S25.24.333'
E028.15.089'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Colbyn Tennis 82 Old delapitaded courts no fence Kilnerton Road, Colbyn Erf Portion 57, 325JR S25.24.333'
E028.15.089'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Gauteng North Tennis (Groenkloof) 59 16 Tennis Courts C/O Koningwelhemina and George Storarr Drives Erf No L13-358 S25.772864
E28.223343
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
German used Spares (F.C. Maritimo) 56 1 Clubhouse, 1 Soccer field C/o Richard St & Park St, Hatfield Erf No 499, 500, 505/6, 599 S25.44.887'
E028.14.713'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
GN Disabled Hall 60 1 Hall living quarters C/o Church & Maltzan St, Pretoria West Erf Portion 2, 346JR S25.44.934'
E028.09.760'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
GN HOCKEY 53 3 Hockey Fields Crawford Stadium North Street, Rietondale park. Erf 505 Rietondale S25.731553
E28.224188
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
GN JUKSKEI Cooper Park 53 36 jukskei pits, clubhouse and ablutions Cooper Park, 18th Ave and Swemmer str, Rietfontein S25.714315
E28.217063
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
GROENKLOOF CBC Old boys 59 4 Cricket nets, 2 Hockey fields, 2 Bowling greens,3 Squash courts, 1 Cricket / Soccer field 78 George Storrar drive, Groenkloof Erf No L13-419 S25.46.361'
E028.13.45'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
GROENKLOOF Pretoria Vriendekring 59 3 Bowling greens, 4 Tennis courts Cnr. Dr. Lategan & Totuis Rds Groenkloof S25.769354
E28.215342
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Cronje Park 1 Cricket oval Cnr. Schurmanns & Willie Behrends Pretoria Gardens ERF NUMBER: 00830

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Danville/Versveldt Soccer 58 1 rugby field Cnr. Raff & Maresburg, Danville

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Gwangwa Cricket Field 1 1 Cricket field Gwangwa & Mochoane street, Atteridgeville, ERF NUMBER 2737

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Hellenic Soccer 56 1 Soccer field Burnett & Duncan St, Hatfield Erf No 627 S25.45.075'
E028.14.354'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Hellenic Amateur Radio Centre 56 1 Building Burnett & Duncan St, Hatfield Erf No 627 S25.45.075'
E028.14.354'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Hercules Soccer 62 Mini Cricket Oval

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Hollandia Soccer 54 1 Soccer Field, Braai Facility, 1 Clubhouse 23 Rd Avenue, Potgieter Park, Rietfontein S25.45.075'
E028.14.354'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Jacaranda Pigeon Club/Protea pigeon Club 52 1 Clubhouse Cnr Tereblance/32 ave Villieria. Tereblance 1113. Erf 7/250 S25.42.042'
E028.13.375'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Jacaranda Tennis Used by Church 54 6 Tennis courts C/o Hertzog St & 10 th Ave, Wonderboom South Stand 470 S25.715154
E28.239336
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Korfball Park 53 18 korfbal Courts, 1 Stadium, 1 Hall (Indoor hockey & Gymnastics) 6 Netball courts, 12 outdoor Ringball Courts, 1 pavilion 10 th Avenue, Gezina S25.42.441'
E028.12.232'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Lucas "Masterpieces Moripe Stadium 62 1 Soccer Field, Pavilion, Change rooms, Ablution Blocks,PA System, Screen C/o Hlahla and Maunde Streets, Atteridgeville

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Lukas van den Bergh Basketball 58 2 Basketball Courts C/o Trans Oranje and WF Nkomo, Pretoria West

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Lukas van den Bergh Hall 58 C/o Trans Oranje and WF Nkomo, Pretoria West

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Lukas van den Bergh Rugby / Cricket / Soccer 58 2 Rugby fields C/o Trans Oranje and WF Nkomo, Pretoria West

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Lynwood Bowling 82 2 greens, clubhouse Kings Highway/ Rosemary Street, Erf 744 Lynnwood S25.43.006'
E028.12.373'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Lynwood Tennis club 82 8 Courts and a clubhouse Kings Highway/ Rosemary Street, Erf 744 Lynnwood S25.45.638'
E028.15.608'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Magnolia Running Club 56 Cluhouse Goerge Storrar Drive, Niew Muckleneuk Erf No 165 S25.45.638'
E028.15.608'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Mansfield Paintball 54 Toilet facilities/Storerooms/Paintball courts Cnr Fred Nicholson & Mansfield Les Marais S25.772287
E28.230186
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Makhaza Basketball 68 Multi-purpose court Cnr. Muande & Makhaza street, Atteridgeville, Stand no. 4281

Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Makhaza Netball 68 Multi-purpose court Cnr. Muande & Makhaza street, Atteridgeville, Stand no. 4281

Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Makhaza Soccer 68 Soccer field, 2 Changerooms , 2 storerooms Cnr. Muande & Makhaza street, Atteridgeville, Stand no. 4281

Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Makhaza Tennis 68 1 Court, with practice wall Cnr. Muande & Makhaza street, Atteridgeville, Stand no. 4281

Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Masupha Cricket 63 Cricket oval Masupha street, Atteridgeville, stand no. R4286

Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Masupha Soccer 63 1 Soccer Field Masupha street, Atteridgeville, stand no. R4286

Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Masupha Hall 63 Gymnasium Masupha street, Atteridgeville, stand no. R4286

Gointseone Sere 012 373 4485 072 281 5838 goitseones@tshwane.gov.za
Matshiga Sport Grounds 62 1 Soccer Field, 2 Basketball Courts, 2 Netball Courts and Change rooms

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Basketball 62 2 Basketball Courts with change rooms Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Bowls 62 2 Bowling greens Clubhouse Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 0723186393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Hall 62 1 Indoor Hall Ablution Facilities Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Netball 62 2 Netball courts Change rooms Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Rugby 62 1 Rugby Field Change rooms Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Soccer 62 Artificial Soccer Pitch Change rooms Kitchen Pavillion Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Softball 62 1 Skinned Diamond 1 Grassed Diamond Ablution Block Kitchen Store room Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Tennis 62 8 Courts and a clubhouse Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mbolekwa Volleyball 62 2 Courts Cnr. Sehloho & Sithole street, Atteridgeville, stand no. 7037

Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Mlambo Community Centre 68 1 Hall, Boardroom, Ablution Block 43 Mlambo Street, Saulsville ERF 1054 S 25.46.734
E028.03.300
Zimvo Benu 012 373 7579 072 318 6393 zimvob@tshwane.gov.za
Menlo-Alkantrant Tennis club 82 7 Courts, clubhouse 267 Mackenzie Street, Menlopark, Erf 267 S25.708241
E28.187051
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Monumentpark Junior Tennis Centre 42 6 courts, clubhouse c/o Skilpad & Elephant, MonumentPark S25.46.082'
E028.15.201'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Moregloed Tennis 52 4 Tennis courts Chamfuti St & Aerangis St, Moregloed S25.48.240'
E028.14.070'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Mucleneuk Tennis 59 4 Tennis dilapitaded courts used for street soccer,clubhouse,ablution Not functional - vandalised Loveday and Walker, Sunnyside ERF nr. 255 S25.42.577'
E028.14.762'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Noordelike Voorstede Tennis 54 5 Tennis Courts 23 Rd Avenue, Potgieter Park, Rietfontein S25.760278
E28.210438
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Nieuw Muckleneuk Tennis 56 6 old Tennis courts and Club house. Not functional - vandalised 218 Bronkhorst St & Tram St, New Muckleneuk Erf No 162, 163, 164, Portions S25.42.020'
E028.13.383'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Pierneef Tennis 53 6 Tennis Courts 1 Practise wall, Clubhouse Pierneef Street and 31st Avenue, Villieria S25.773029
E28.22967
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Pilditch stadium 60 Athletics track, Pavilion Boardroom, VIP Room, Media Room, offices,2 worker's house, Cycling track, Pavilion,ablution, Roller Skating track, pavilion,ablution C/o Church & Maltzan St, Pretoria West Erf No 346/JR Stand no 3251 S25.43.386'
E028.14.294'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Pretoria Golf Club 58 1 18 Hole Golf Course Morkel Street, Phillip Nel

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Pretoria Municipal Cricket Club (klipkoppies) 54 1 Cricket field, Pavilion 10 th Ave & Louis Trichard Str, Wonderboom South S25.45.072'
E028.09.880'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Pretoria Municipal Recreation Club 58 3 Bowling greens, 1 Soccer field, 2 Net Ball fields, 5 Tennis courts, Club house, lapa Annie Botha Ave, Rivieria S25.42.339'
E028.12.145'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Queenswood Tennis 84 5 Tennis Courts, 1 Clubhouse 1019 C/o Soutpansberg Road & Engel Avenue S25.43.929'
E028.12.413'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Reach for a Dream Foundation 56 Clubhouse Murray & Williams StErf No 334/335 S25.43.982'
E028.15.361'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Rietondale Sport Ground Soccer 53 Artificial surface Van Der Merwe St, Rietondale Park S25.45.866'
E028.14.062'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Rietondale Softball 53 8 Softball Diamonds, I clubhouse Van Der Merwe St, Rietondale Park S25.43.915'
E028.13.437'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Rietondale Tennis 53 11 Tennis Courts, 1 Clubhouse (Tennis) Van Der Merwe St, Rietondale Park S25.43.949'
E028.13.531'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Rietondale Walk/Run for life 53 1 Shipping container Van Der Merwe St, Rietondale Park S25.43.949'
E028.13.531'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Rif Tennis 42 5 courts, clubhouse cnr Hartbees& Muskejaat, Parkerf 1762, Waterkloof S25.43.093'
E028.12.758'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Sonop Tennis Club 56 4 Tennis courts,clubhouse Murray & Williams St Erf nr 335/337 S25.48.720'
E028.14.578'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Sunnyside bowling 59 2 Bowling greens Jorisson and Kotze, Sunnyside Erf no 598 S25.45.870'
E028.14.061'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Sunnyside National Association for Blind Bowlers 59 4 Bowling Greens C/o Plein & De Kock St Erf No 324/5/6/7 S25.45.380'
E028.12.801'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Sunnyside Tennis 59 8 Tennis Courts( 4 courts converted to Netball,1 street soccer,1 basketball),clubhouse C/o Plein & De Kock St Erf no 1048/1049 S25.45.380'
E028.12.801'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957
Sunnyside Uitspan Tennis 92 6 Tennis courts,clubhouse 90 Rivier St & De Kock St Erf No 597/8/9/631 S25.45.397'
E028.12.824
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Toutrek Park 53 1 Hall, Lapa for Braai, 1 Clubhouse, 1 Open field 14 th Avenue, Gezina S25.45.329'
E028.12.967'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Tuine Cricket 1 Cricket oval ERF 830

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Tuine Korfball 1 6 Courts and a clubhouse ERF

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Tuine Rugby 1 2 Rugby fields, Pavilion ERF

Princess Rahlogo 012 386 0222 082 557 2240 princessr@tshwane.gov.za
Villieria Bowling Club (Jan Moerdyk Rolbal Club) 52 1 Clubhouse, 2 Bowling greens C/o 30 th Ave & Terblance St, Villieria S25.43.093'
E028.12.758'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Villieria Duiwe Trust 52 1 Clubhouse 33 ave. Villieria. Erf 7/2050 S25.42.819'
E028.14.159'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Villieria Tennis Club 52 5 Tennis courts, 1 Clubhouse C/o 28 th Ave & Terblance St, Villieria 25,715512
28,240533
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
Waterkloof Primary 42 1 Soccer Field 33 ave. Villieria. Erf 7/2050 S25.42.860'
E028.13.997'
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Waterkloof Tennis 42 5 Tennis Courts, 1 Clubhouse C/o Crown St & Julius Jeppe St, Waterkloof S25.777497
E28.240518
Maria Mabogoane 083 966 1489
Waverley Tennis club 52 1 Clubhouse, 7 Tennis courts 1316 Breyer Ave & Eve St, Waverley S25.776274
E28.240976
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
9th Avenue Rangers 53 1 Soccer Field, Lapa for Braai, ablutions and clubhouse 10 th Avenue, Gezina S25.41.797'
E028.15.173'
Khomotso Masiangako 012 335 0595 072 650 4387
5 a 5 side Soccer 56 Artificial soccer Courts 470 Grosvenor St, Hatfield Erf No 627 S25.42.906'
E028.12.280'
Kea Motseto 012 358 8354 084 641 5957

 

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