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Title

ISBN

Author

Leading and Managing in the Early Years

9781412934978

Aubrey

Creating a Vision for Your School: Cd –Rom

9781412920209

Bainbridge

Safety, Risk and Adventure in Outdoor Activities          

9781412920780

Barton

Sustainable Leadership in Capacity              

9781412949361

Blankstein

Sustaining Professional Learning Communities

9781412949385

Blankstein

Finding Funding: Fifth Edition

9781412960007

Brewer

Research Methods in Educational Leadership and Management   

9781412923545

Briggs

Educational Management               

9780761965558

Bush

Leadership and Strategic Management in Education

9780761968733

Bush

Leading and Managing People in Education

9780761944089

Bush

Managing People in Education

9781853963360

Bush

The Principles and Practice of Educational Management

9780761947929

Bush

Theories of Educational Leadership and Management

9780761940524

Bush

Effective Multi-Agency Partnerships

9781848601390

Cheminais

Small Schools and Urban Youth

9781412939348

Conchas

The SAGE Handbook of Curriculum and Instruction

9781412909907

Connelly

Getting to the Heart of Leadership

9781847871701

Crawford

Promoting Health in Schools

9781412921381

Croghan

Developing Sustainable Leadership

9781412923965

Davies

Leading the Strategically Focused School   

9781412911917

Davies

The Essentials of School Leadership 2nd ed

9781847875662

Davies

Designing the School Leader's Portfolio: Second Edition

9781412948968

Dietz

Evidence-Based School Counseling             

9781412948906

Dimmit

Building an Intentional School Culture

9781412953788

Elbot

The Art of Educational Leadership

9780761928119

English

Integrating Curricula With Multiple Intelligences: Second Edition

9781412955539

Fogarty

Breakthrough

9781412926423

Fullan

Learning Places

9781412942331

Fullan

The Challenge of Change 2nd ed

9781412953764

Fullan

Theory and Practice of Leadership

9780761971771

Gill

Measurement Issues and the Assessment of Teacher Quality

9781412961448

Gitomer

Curriculum Leadership 2nd ed

9781412967815

Glatthorn

From Good Schools to Great Schools

9781412948999

Gray

Differentiated Instructional Strategies in Practice: 2ed

9781412936521

Gregory

Teacher Teams That Get Results

9781412926133

Gregory

Supporting the Emotional Work of School Leaders

9780761944683

Harris

The Strategic School

9781412904179

Hawley

Values for Educational Leadership

9781412934688

Haydon

Leading Professional Learning Communities

9781412944779

Hord

Toward Successful School Crisis Intervention            

9781412948883

Jaksec

How Very Effective Primary Schools Work

9781412920087

James

Participatory Action Research for Educational Leadership

9781412937771

James

Managing the Business of Schools

9781412921176

Keating

The CPD Co-ordinator's Toolkit

9781412929332

Kelly

The Curriculum 6th ed

9781847872753

Kelly

Emotional Literacy at the Heart of the School Ethos   

9781412911559

Killick

Differentiated School Leadership

9781412917735

Kise

The Power of Pedagogy   

9781412907231

Leach

Leading With Teacher Emotions in Mind

9781412941457

Leithwood

Leadership and Diversity: Challenging Theory and Practice in Education

9781412921831

Lomby

Schools on the Edge

9781412929714

Macbeath

Designing Instruction

9781412938853

March

The New Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: Second Edition

9781412936293

Marzano

The Distributed Leadership Toolbox             

9781412957175

McBeth

Leading and Managing Extended Schools  

9781412948302

Middlewood

Closing the Leadership Gap            

9781412936750

Miller

Leadership for Resilient Schools and Communities: Second Edition

9781412955942

Milstein

Turning Around Failing Schools

9781412940979

Murphy

The Quick-Reference Handbook for School Leaders

9781412934503

 

Caring Enough to Lead: Third Edition

9781412955980

Pellicer

Mental Health in Schools 

9781412923316

Prever

Leading Dynamic Schools

9781412915571

Rallis

Managing Special and Inclusive Education

9781412918893

Rayner

Diagnostic Classroom Observation               

9781412955140

Saginor

Creating and Sustaining Small Learning Communities: Second Edition

9781412937900

Sammon

Managing Understanding in Organizations

9781412910668

Sandberg

Approaches to Behavior and Classroom Management             

9781412937443

Scarlett

Schools That Change

9781412949521

Smith

Motivating Your Team

9781412921602

Taylor

School Effectiveness: 2 CD-Roms

9781412913065

Tew

Every Child Included

9781412944892

Tutt

Ethical Decision Making in School and District Administration

9781412952156

Wagner

Education and Care for Adolescents and Adults with Autism

9781412923828

Wall

Twelve Roles of Facilitators for School Change

9781412961134

Williams

Teacher Leadership

9781412949057

Wilmore

 

Conference Proceedings

11th EMASA International Conference (2009)
7 - 9 August 2009

University of Pretoria (Groenkloof Campus)
City of Pretoria, South Africa

Theme

Education Administration, Management and Leadership: Are we failing Education?

 

 

Author

Title of paper

File Format

1.  

Rehabeam K Auala

 

Effective Management and Leadership Ensure Excellent Performance and Success an Education

 

2.  

Johan Beckmann

 

Some Timely / Overdue Questions on Education Management Development in South Africa

 

3.  

Tony Bush*

 

The National ACE: School Leadership Qualification: Does it Produce More Effective Principals?

 

4.  

P S Chetty

Informal Learning at Science Centres

 

5.  

Vitallis Chikoko

 

Talking about Leadership Development in Education: Learnings from Selected Presentations at the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) 2009 Conference

 

6.  

Melanie Cooke

Do Gauteng Principals Use Data/Evidence to Inform their Strategies of Intervention and Improvement within their School Improvement Plans?

 

7.  

Dorcas Dengu

 

Educational Leadership Management and Administration, Are We Failing Education?

 

 

8.  

VO Ebuara, IA Udida, W Ekpiken and UU Bassey

Re-inventing the Nigerian Universities’ Dream and the Challenge of Leadership

PDF (53KB)

9.  

Brahm Fleisch

Primary Education in Crisis (Keynote Address)

 

10.

Muavia Gallie

 

The Different Conceptual and Contextual Interpretation and Understanding of the Notion of ‘Complex Demographics’ in High Functioning and Dysfunctional Schools - Learnings from a School Principal (Headteacher) in South Africa

Slideshare Link

11.

Jeremy C Koeberg

 

Improving School Leadership Potential: Understanding the Emotional Extremes in Teacher–Principal Relations

 

12.

CJ Louw

 

Does classroom management play a role in student progress?

Powerpoint (480KB)

13.

Alfred Henry Makura

 

The Challenges Faced by Female Primary School Heads: The Zimbabwean Experience

PDF (62KB)

14.

Michael Kainose Mhlolo

 

Performance Appraisals in Education and the Role School Heads/Principals Play in Motivating Teachers to Perform Better

 

15.

Rita Niemann and Susette Brynard

We Don’t Want to Fail our Leaders: So Let’s do Teamwork Training the Experiential Way!

 

16.

Moss Nkonyane

 

Are We Honest about Improving Performance at Secondary Schools?

PDF (69KB) 

17.

Mabovula Nonceba Nolundi

 

Revisiting Jürgen Haberma’s Notion of Communicative Action and its Relevance for South African School Governance: Can it Succeed?

 

18.

Henry J Petersen

 

The Pre-Knowledge Needed by Principals in order to Benefit from the ACE – School Leadership Programme Module on ‘Managing Teaching and Learning’

 

19.

MJ Ramabenyane and R Niemann

The Role of the Principal in the Implementation of the National Reading Strategy at Foundation Phase in the Motheo District (Free State Province)

 

20.

N B Sadiki and N Marishane

Education Administration, Management and Leadership: Teacher Commitment to the Instructional Programme in Rural Schools in Limpopo Province

 

21.

Franka Udey, V O Ebuara, U I Ekpoh and A O Edet

Management and Administration of Nigerian Education System: Problems, Challenges, and the Way Forward

PDF (63KB)

22.

IA Udida, IU Udofia, UU Bassey and A Egbona

System Performance and Sustainability of Higher Education in Nigeria

PDF (81KB)

 

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Programme and Abstracts

 

11th EMASA International Conference (2009)
7 - 9 August 2009

University of Pretoria (Groenkloof Campus)
City of Pretoria, South Africa

Theme

Education Administration, Management and Leadership: Are we failing Education?

FRIDAY 7 AUGUST

 

14:00 – 1700

Registration – in front of the Lecture Halls (L6, L7 and L8)

 

17:00 –17:30         

Tea/Coffee – in front of the Lecture Halls (L6, L7 and L8)

 

17:30 – 18:30

Plenary – L8

Programme Director: Cyril Samuels

Singing of the National Anthem

Official Opening

Muavia Gallie: President of EMASA

Performance Soshanguve Philadelphia School Choir 

 

18:30 – 19:30

Keynote Address

Zandile Kunene: President of the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM); past president of EMASA; Executive Director of Matthew Goniwe School of Leadership and Governance (MGSLG)

 

19:45

Dinner – in the Side Hall of the Cafeteria

 

SATURDAY 8 AUGUST

 

08:00 – 09:00

Registration – in front of the Lecture Halls (L6, L7 and L8)

 

09:00 – 10:00

Plenary – L8

Programme Director: Muavia Gallie

Keynote Address

Brahm Fleisch

 

10:00 – 10:30

Tea/coffee – in front of the Lecture Halls (L6, L7 and L8)

 

10:30 – 12:00

Break away session 1

 

L6

Session chair:

NB Sadiki

 

Johan Beckmann

Some Timely/Overdue Questions on Education Management Development in South Africa

 

Rehabeam Auala

Effective Management and Leadership Ensure Excellent Performance and Success an Education

 

Michael K Mhlolo

Performance Appraisals in Education and the Role School Heads/Principals Play in Motivating Teachers to Perform Better

L7

Session chair:

CJ Louw

 

Rita Niemann &

Susette Brynard

We Don’t Want to Fail our Leaders: So Let’s do Teamwork Training the Experiential Way!

 

Jeremy Koeberg

Improving School Leadership Potential: Understanding the Emotional Extremes in Teacher–Principal Relations

 

Vitallis Chikoko

Talking about Leadership Development in Education: Learnings from Selected Presentations at the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) 2009 Conference

L8

Session chair:

A Makura

 

Moss Nkonyane

Are We Honest about Improving Performance at Secondary Schools?

 

Melanie Cooke

Do Gauteng Prin cipals Use Data/Evidence to Inform their Strategies of Intervention and Improvement within their School Improvement Plans?

 

V O Ebuara, L A Udida, W Ekpiken and U U Bassey

(presented L Udida)

Re-Inventing the Nigerian Universities’ Dream and the Challenge of Leadership

 

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY 8 AUGUST (continued)

12:00 – 13:00

Plenary – L8

Programme Director: Vitallis Chokoko

Keynote Address

Jonathan Jansen

 

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch - Cafeteria

 

14:00 – 15:30

Break away session 2

 

L6

Session chair:

R Auala

 

Tony Bush

The National ACE: School Leadership Qualification: Does it Produce More Effective Principals?

 

Henry Petersen

The Pre-Knowledge Needed by Principals in order to Benefit from the ACE – School Leadership Programme Module on ‘Managing Teaching and Learning’

 

CJ Louw

Does classroom management play a role in student progress?

 

L7

Session chair:

M Nkonyane

 

MJ Ramabenyane &

R Niemann

The Role of the Principal in the Implementation of the National Reading Strategy at Foundation Phase in the Motheo District (Free State Province)

 

N B Sadiki &

N Marishane

Education Administration, Management and Leadership: Teacher Commitment to the Instructional Programme in Rural Schools in Limpopo Province

 

Dorcas Dengu

Educational Leadership Management and Administration, Are We Failing Education?

L8

Session chair:

M K Mhlolo

 

Mabovula N Nolundi

Revisiting Jürgen Haberma’s Notion of Communicative Action and its Relevance for South African School Governance: Can it Succeed?

 

I A Udida, I U Udofia, UU Bassey & A Egbona

System Performance and Sustainability of Higher Education in Nigeria

 

Alfred Henry Makura

The Challenges Faced by Female Primary School Heads: The Zimbabwean Experience

 

 

15:30 – 16:00

Tea/coffee – in front of the Lecture Halls (L6, L7 and L8)

 

SATURDAY 8 AUGUST (continued)

16:00 – 17:30

Break away session 3

 

L6

Session chair:

R Niemann

 

Muavia Gallie

The Different Conceptual and Contextual Interpretation and Understanding of the Notion of ‘Complex Demographics’ in High Functioning and Dysfunctional Schools - Learnings from a School Principal (Headteacher) in South Africa

 

P S Chetty

Informal Learning at Science Centres

L7

Session chair:

J Koeberg

 

Franca U Udey,

V O Ebuara, U I Ekpoh & A O Edet

(presented L Udida)

Management and Administration of Nigerian Education System: Problems, Challenges, and the Way Forward

 

 

L8

 

 

18:00 – 19:00

L8

Programme Director: Anusha Naidu

Video input

Minister of Higher Education: Dr Blade Nzimande

 

19:00

Gala Dinner – Side Hall of the Cafeteria

 

SUNDAY 9 AUGUST

 

09:00 – 10:00

Plenary – L8

Programme Director: Alison Bengtson Mali

Keynote Address

Jenny Lewis

 

10:00 – 10:30

Tea/coffee – in front of the Lecture Halls (L6, L7 and L8)

 

10:30 – 11:00

Performance Agape Cultural Group – L8

 

11:00 – 12:00

Plenary – L8

Keynote Address – Womens’ Day

Thandi Chaane

 

12:00 – 13:00

EMASA General Meeting – L8

 

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch – Cafeteria, and departure

Accommodation

Featured Hotels and Guesthouses near the University of Pretoria


From ZAR 1356 Sheraton Pretoria Hotel 5-star hotel

643 Corner of Church and Wessels Streets , Pretoria (2.0 km) Show map

This luxurious and privileged hotel is conveniently located within the heart of South Africa's dazzling capital city, with sweeping views that command all of Pretoria. More…

From ZAR 1350 Court Classique Suite Hotel 4-star hotel

Corner of Schoeman & Beckett Streets, Pretoria (1.3 km) Show map

Set in an up market suburb of Pretoria, nestled in a private garden, this luxurious 4-star suite hotel is designed for guests seeking relaxation and quality living. More…

From ZAR 730 Sentinel Executive Apartment Hotel 3-star hotel

734 Arcadia Street, Pretoria (1.3 km) Show map

One of the many historical buildings in Arcadia and surrounded by wonderfully landscaped gardens, this Art Deco-styled hotel lies in the heart of Pretoria’s Embassy belt. More…

From ZAR 580 Hotel 224 3-star hotel

C/O Schoeman and Leyds Street, Arcadia, Pretoria (2.1 km) Show map

Situated in the suburb of Arcadia, the Hotel 224 is a well-positioned Pretoria hotel just minutes from the Union Buildings, the State Theatre and the Pretoria Art Museum. More…

From ZAR 740 Premier Hotel Pretoria 4-star hotel

573 Church Street, Pretoria (2.4 km) Show map

Situated in the heart of Pretoria, the Premier Hotel Pretoria ensures that you are in the vicinity of the local tourist attractions. More…

Arcadia Hotel 3-star hotel

515 Proes Street, Arcadia, Arcadia (2.8 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Located at the foot of the Union Buildings, next to the Arcadia Shopping Centre, the Arcadia Hotel is within walking distance of Pretoria’s other major retail centres, street markets and entertainment...… More

Don Arcadia II 3-star hotel

672 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria (2.6 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Within walking distance of the Union Buildings and Embassies, this Don Suite Hotel is also an important political address and has a number of restaurants and shops on it's doorstep for your breaks...… More

Don Arcadia I 3-star hotel

599 Pretorius Street, Arcadia, Pretoria (4.8 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Looking for political clout? Don Arcadia I is situated close to the Union Buildings and Embassies on jacaranda-lined streets with famous restaurants and shops close by.… More

llyria House 5-star hotel

327 Bourke Street, Muckleneuk, Pretoria (2.6 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

This large mansion, situated in a tranquil neighbourhood of Pretoria, beckons guests to get a taste of times gone by and experience unrivalled personalized service.… More

Alpine Attitude 4-star hotel

522, Cnr Alpine & Atterbury Road, Menlo Park, Pretoria (4.4 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

This privately owned guest house, offering designer accommodation in the heart of Pretoria, is just a short walk from the Pretoria Country Club.… More

Alexani Guesthouse 3-star hotel

226 Ramona Street, Erasmusrand, Pretoria (6.7 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Offering the warmth of home-style luxury living in the leafy suburbs of Erasmusrand, Pretoria, this elegant guesthouse provides complete tranquillity for a relaxing break, whilst being within easy...… More

Constantia Guest Lodge 3-star hotel

133 Emmarentia Street Meyerspark, Pretoria (7.5 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Located in a tranquil area of Pretoria, yet only a short drive from Johannesburg International Airport, this guest lodge benefits from its typical African flair.… More

Picture This - Pretoria North Lodge 3-star hotel

93 Ben Viljoen Street , Pretoria North (9.3 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Our lodge is nestled at the foot of the Magaliesberg, near Pretoria and on the main route to Kruger National Park, providing access to the natural environment and modern amenities.… More

Guesthouse Threebees 3-star hotel

Horridus Place 10, Pretoria (8.0 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Situated in the city of Pretoria, overlooking the quiet suburb of Montana, this guest house offers guests a cosy and secure base from which to explore the area.… More

Aluvi 4-star hotel

2 Clyde Street, Murrayfield, Lynwoodridge Pretoria (7.4 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Nestled between lush greenery and leafy trees, boasting stunning views of the Moreleta River, this 4-star guest house offers exclusive accommodation to affordable prices.… More

All Seasons Bed & Breakfast 4-star hotel

741 Frhensch Street, Moreleta Park, Pretoria (9.6 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

All Seasons Bed & Breakfast is situated on a hill with wonderfully open views of Eastern Pretoria and offers an intimate, luxurious alternative to hotel accommodation, with attention to personal...… More

Jakaranda Lodge 3-star hotel

Cnr Swemmer Street & 19th Avenue, Pretoria (4.5 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Situated in Rietfontein, a quiet suburb close to Pretoria’s city centre and the international airport, this lodge offers 3-and 4 star accommodation at affordable rates.… More

Aloe Guesthouse Pretoria 4-star hotel

449 Edelweiss street , Magalieskruin, Pretoria North (7.2 km from University of Pretoria) • Show map

Aloe Guesthouse has a unique feel, with a magnificent rock swimming pool and the highest lookout in the area that affords spectacular views as far as the eye can see.… More

 


 

Accommodation in Suburbs (UP vicinity)

 

Accommodation in Groenkloof, Pretoria

Bay Tree Guest House

A warm welcome awaits you at the Bay Tree in Bailey's Muckleneuk, close to the universities, hospitals, schools, Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary and the many restaurants and shops of Brooklyn Mall and Brooklyn Square.

489 Roper Street,
Bailey's Muckleneuk

Tel: 012-346-3160
Cell: 083-415-0219
Fax: 012-460-5367

renee@baytree.co.za

www.baytree.co.za/

Hansie & Grietjie Gastehuis

Van Wouw Str 115,
Groenkloof

Tel: 012-460-1914

Groenkloof Bed & Breakfast

“Arrive as guests and return as friends”.
We offer our comfortable homely residence as the ideal stopover base for the business, sport or leisure travelers. We are situated just across the road from Little Company of Mary Hospital, Deutsches Senioren Wohnheim and the Groenkloof Synagogue. In walking distance from Groenkloofplaza, UNISA and SABS.

Groenkloof B&B has five private, fully furnished en-suite rooms with TV,secure parking area and swimming pool.
Enjoy a continental breakfast, fruits and treats from Woolworths before starting your day.

65 George Storrar Drive,
Groenkloof

Tel: 012-460-4062
Fax: 012-460-4065
Cell: 082-890-5491

groenkloofbb@mweb.co.za

Pandora Guest House

Close to the Pretoria city center the house is situated in a remote, quiet and peaceful neighborhood.
Pandora has eleven double en-suite bedrooms which have their own private entrances from the garden. All rooms are uniquely decorated and equipped with TV, phone, fridge, tea/coffee making facilities and a mini bar. Facilities at the house include fax, e-mail and computer facilities, laundry, dry cleaning and shoe cleaning services.

Guests can enjoy the spectacular view of Pretoria at the upstairs dining room, lounge and balcony area.

103 Frans Oerder Street,
Groenkloof.

Tel: 012-460-2104
Fax: 012-460-3076
Cell: 083-306-9911

panguest@iafrica.com

 

Accommodation in Muckleneuk, Pretoria

Bay Tree Guest House

A warm welcome awaits you at the Bay Tree in Bailey's Muckleneuk, close to the universities, hospitals, schools, Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary and the many restaurants and shops of Brooklyn Mall and Brooklyn Square.

489 Roper Street,
Bailey's Muckleneuk

Tel: 012-346-3160
Cell: 083-415-0219
Fax: 012-460-5367

renee@baytree.co.za

www.baytree.co.za/

Brooklyn Lodge

Ten Spacious executive suites. Each room has its own -patio, telephone, television with M-Net, air-conditioning, safe, hairdryer, barfridge, tea & coffee making facility.
Close proximity to the city centre as well as Hatfield area for people who want to enjoy entertainment at its best. Movies, a la carte restaurants and shopping malls are on your doorstep.
Plenty of parking is available.

Bronkhorst Street,
New Muckleneuk

Tel: 012-460-3936
Fax: 012-460-2988

blodge@satis.co.za

www.brooklynlodge.co.za

Crane's Nest Bed & Breakfast

Crane's Nest is in the heart of Brooklyn, with Austin Roberts Memorial Bird Sanctuary views in a tranquil and peaceful out of town setting. Tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms, each have TV with M-Net, bar fridge, telephone and tea trays.
Tempting gourmet breakfast served with dinner and light meals.
Close to embassies, university and Loftus Sports Stadium. Easy highway access. Secure parking.
 

212 Boshoff Street,
New Muckleneuck.

P. O. Box 95 742, Waterkloof
0145 Pretoria

Tel: 012-460-7223
Fax: 012-460-1469
Cell: 083-449-4126

e-mail: print-mm@lantic.co.za

Hilltop Guest House

B&B (Babasa) Luxurious accommodation, beautiful garden and view. Fully licensed.
Secure parking. Close to hospitals (Little Company of Mary Hospital, Jacaranda Hospital and ZA Hospital), shopping malls, University of Pretoria, Unisa and Highways.

285 Middelberg Street,
Muckleneuk.

Tel: / Fax: 012-344-0233
Cell: 082-570-5432

Jabulisa Bed & Breakfast

Jabulisa offers comfortable and affordable accommodation in a tranquil setting in Muckleneuk. Separate entrance, full en-suite bathroom, TV, tea and coffee maker, private garden for guests' use.
Convenient to Unisa, University of Pretoria, city centre, ZA Hospital, Jakaranda and Little Company of Mary hospitals.
 

227 Silver Street,
Muckleneuk.

Tel: / Fax: 012-344-0257
Cell: 083-376-2001

Legodimong Bed & Breakfast

Legodimong Bed & Breakfast is situated on top of the hill in Muckleneuk with amazing views of Pretoria. Legodimong means "In heaven" in Sepedi / N Sotho - we are.

528 Kruin St,
Muckleneuk.

Tel: / Fax: 012-343 5609
Cell: 073 620 4160

legodimong@mweb.co.za

www.legodimong.com

Muckleneuck Guest House

Muckleneuk Guest House is a luxury 4 star guest house situated in the leafy suburb of Muckleneuk in Pretoria close to the heart of Pretoria.

UNISA and the University of Pretoria are in the neighbourhood and the Zuid Afrikaanse Hospital, Jacaranda Hospital and Little Company of Mary Hospital are around the corner.

Tel: 012-341-8059
Fax: 088-012-341-8059
Cell: 076-733-7473

www.muckleneukguesthouse.co.za/

Marita's Guest House

Luxury rooms with private entrance, own bath and shower, TV, refrigirator, desk & conversation corner. Telephone and fax facilities. Secure parking.
Within walking distance from Unisa, Barclay Square & Zuid Afrikaanse Hospitaal.

Tel: / Fax: 012-341-9976

Ormonde House Bed & Breakfast

Bed & Breakfast accommodations is offered in private family suite with separate entrance. The suite includes a large double bedroom, bathroom plus shower, spacious lounge-cum-ding area, with TV, M-Net, own telephone and a kitchenette with microwave oven.
Protected parking is available.

34 Ormonde Street, Muckleneuk

Tel: / Fax: 012-343-2878
Cell: 082-490-3654

Sentosa Gastehuis

Sentosa has five double and three single en-suite bedrooms. Each suite has a colour TV and a private telephone. English breakfast is included. Covered parking and lockable garages behind security gates are available.
The visitor is within 5 minutes drive from the Universities of Pretoria and South Africa, Loftus Versveld and major hospitals.

170 Smith Street,
Muckleneuk

Tel: 012-344-0205
Fax: 012-344-0225
Cell: 082-490-3654

 

Accommodation in Brooklyn, Pretoria

Austrian Gourmet

Tastefully furnished, the Austrian Gourmet provides up-market bed-and-breakfast accommodation in a tranquil setting.

Our guests are encouraged to enjoy the fine-dining experience offered by our international chef and owner, Josef Puchegger, in our relaxing and ambient restaurant. We cater for those wanting to have intimate dinners or jovial lunches with friends, any time of the year.

We have 6 stylish and contemporary rooms that are private and separate from the main house, and 1, more luxurious, for that extra-special occasion.
 

180 Anderson Street,
Brooklyn.

Tel: 012-362-0200
Fax: 012-362-8233

agourmet@mweb.co.za

www.austriangourmet.com/

Avalon

Daar is drie dubbelkamers, een met dubbelbed en twee met enkelbeddens, elkeen met sy eie badkamer en kleurtelevisie met M-Net. Twee kamers het eie sitkamers en "self catering" geriewe.
Alle kamers is baie privaat met buitedeure na die tuin en veilige onderdakparkering.
Avalon is omtrent een kilometer van die Universiteit van Pretoria.
 

281 Brooks Street,
Brooklyn

Tel: 012-362-3151
Fax: 012-362-3151
Cell: 083-306-1616

avalon@absamail.co.za

www.avalonguesthouse.co.za

Bay Tree Guest House

Bay Tree Guest House is situated in the tranquil and convenient suburb of Brooklyn in Pretoria East, Tshwane, Gauteng.
Choice bed and breakfast accommodation is provided in rooms with air-con, DSTV, fridge, tea, coffee facilities, safe, desk and internet access.
There is a sparkling pool in the palm and cycad garden and secure parking.

Bay Tree Guest House is in close proximity to the Brooklyn Mall, a wide variety of restaurants, Loftus, Austin Roberts’ Bird Sanctuary, SABS, hospitals such as Little Company of Mary, Jakaranda and Zuid-Afrikaans.
 

489 Roper Street,
Baileys Muckleneuk (Brooklyn).

Tel: 012-346-3160
Fax: 012-460-5367
Cell: 083-415-0219

renee@baytree.co.za

www.baytree.co.za/

Bed & Breakfast in Brooklyn

Double rooms with own bathroom. Close to CSIR and University.
 

373 Pienaar St,
Brooklyn

Tel: / Fax: 012-460-3172
Cell: 082-760-0968

Brooklyn Cottage

Lovely large north facing furnished private cottage with en suite bathroom, own private entrance and and garden. Ideal for overseas visitors, business people and academics. Single or double.  
 

128 Murray Street, Brooklyn.

Tel: 012-460-7381

Brooks Cottage

The house with it's original floors & beautiful pressed ceilings has been renovated under the watchful eye of the National Monument's Council and offers warm and generous hospitality in a lovely, luxurious atmosphere.
We are approximately 1 km from Pretoria Boys High School and Pretoria University.

283 Brooks Street, Brooklyn.

Tel: 012-362-3150
Fax: 012-323-0052
Cell: 082-448-3902

mel@brookscottage.co.za
www.brookscottage.co.za

Brooklyn Guesthouses

Comfortable bedrooms en suite, spacious living area, dining room, TV in all rooms.
Tariffs include Bed & Breakfast, dinner is available on request.
We are situated near all main routes, within walking distance from the University of Pretoria, Loftus Versveld, bus routes, Brooklyn Mall & Hatfield Plaza with popular restaurants and cinemas.
 

128 Murray Street, Brooklyn.
13 Anderson Street, Brooklyn.

Tel: 012-362-1728.
Fax: 012-362-1727
Cell: 083-442-1261

ynel@pta.lia.net

De Oude Huis Guesthouse

De Oude Huis Guesthouse offers their guests a tranquil and comfortable stay in one of their four en-suite rooms.
De Oude Huis is close to the Loftus Versfeld rugby stadium, the University of Pretoria, Pretoria Urology Hospital, Jakaranda Hospital, Little Company of Mary Hospital, Brooklyn Mall and Menlyn Shopping Centre.

 

333 Charles Street,
Brooklyn

Tel/Fax: 012-346-6071
Cell: 082-453-1859

liza@deoudehuis.co.za

www.deoudehuis.co.za

Karreebloem Guest House

Under the luscious evergreen branches of the Karee Tree, nestled between a thick carpet of green lawn and tropical undergrowth, lays the Victorian Kareebloem Guesthouse. The colonial exterior of this unique building, designed by the world renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker forms a welcoming front to all guests and visitors.

At Kareebloem it is our mission to provide guests with luxurious hospitality that will surpass your expectations as a “home away from home”.
 

179 Marais Street,
Brooklyn.

Tel: 012-460-0677
Fax: 012-460-0676

ciela@kareebloem.co.za

www.kareebloem.co.za

Osborne House

Spacious individually decorated en suite bedrooms with heating, telephone, M-Net television and mini fridge.
Within walking distance of Brooklyn Mall, cinemas, restaurants, as well as Hatfield's vibrant night life.
Close to Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, The University of Pretoria, Jacaranda Hospital and Loftus Versfeld.

82 Anderson Street, Brooklyn.

Tel: / Fax: 012-362-2334
Cell: 083-302-1049

osbornehouse@worldonline.co.za

www.osborneguesthouse.com

Paddington Lane Guest House

Home away from Home!
Conveniently situated in the upmarket suburb of Brooklyn and close to Brooklyn Shopping Mall, cinemas and Hatfield.
A full English breakfast is served; dinner on request. Secure parking. Pretoria University, Unisa, hospitals and sports grounds close by. 

1006 Duncan Street, Brooklyn.

Tel: / Fax: 012-460-4517
Cell: 083-266-4337

Pebble Fountain Guest House & Conference Centre

The Pebble Fountain is located opposite the main entrance of the University of Pretoria and within walking distance of various schools, churches and main shopping centres which offer entertainment & many fine restaurants.
We offer luxury accommodation and excellent service at affordable prices! Each luxury double bedroom is en-suite with airconditioning, tea & coffee facilities, T.V & M-Net, Telephone, and clock radio.
Included in the rate is a continental & full English breakfast.

New! Self catering units available.
 

5 Brooks Street, Brooklyn.

Tel: 012-362-0147
Fax: 012-362-8165
Cell: 082-378-9085

Contact:
Inge van Rensburg

pebblefountain@hotmail.com

Shani Guest House

Shani Guest house is a well maintained, beautifully decorated, Victorian style establishment. It is right across from the University of Pretoria, close to Loftus, Brooklyn Mall, the Menlyn Shopping Centre, Embassies, the Union Buildings and various other entertainment areas in Pretoria.

Shani Guest House has 7 luxury rooms with all the features you would expect; from satellite TV, telephone, mini-bar, fridge and tea/coffee facilities to air conditioning, hairdryer, radio alarm clock, pure cotton bed-linen and more.

Come to experience 'Tranquillity in the heart of the City' with us.
 

109 Lynnwood Road,
Brooklyn

Tel: 0 12-362-3581
Fax: 012-362-3821
Cellular: 082-377-8276

info@shaniguesthouse.co.za

www.shaniguesthouse.com/

The Rose

The Rose Guesthouse is a group of guesthouses; 2 are in Brookly and the third is in Arcadia. Stylishly decorated single and double rooms are available and those staying in 12 Murray Street can cater for themselves if they prefer.
Brooklyn is one of Pretoria's most beautiful suburbs. It is close to the University of Pretoria, a number of embassies, high commissions and consulates as well as the Brooklyn Shopping Mall.
 

36 Murray Street,
and 12 Murray Street,
Brooklyn

Tel & Fax: 012-362-0031
Reservations: 012-460-8075

http://www.therose.co.za/

UniBrooks Bed & Breakfast Accommodation

All bedrooms with telephone, TV, ceiling fan and heater. Laundry service, secure parking on premises.
Within walking distance from the University of Pretoria, Hillcrest swimming pool and Loftus Versfeld; close to Hatfield and Brooklyn shopping centres.

29 Brooks Street, Brooklyn.

Tel: 012-362-0799
Fax: 012-362-0817
Cell: 083-292-0603

izetteo@absamail.co.za


Accommodation in Clydesdale & Sunnyside, Pretoria

Clara Lodges

Luxurious furnished suites with telephone, TV, Supersport & minibar. Serviced daily. Accommodation available in one, two or three bedroom suites.
24 hour security; undercover parking. Self-catering & restaurant facilities. Close to Unisa, Brooklyn and the CBD.

18 Clara Street, Berea

Tel: 012-320-5665
Fax: 012-322-5601

annele@claralodges.co.za

www.pta-online.co.za

Chancellor’s Court

Chancellor’s Court is strategically located in Pretoria’s embassy area. It has eight functionally designed self-contained living units, including studios, and one and two bedroom apartments for up to five people.
Each apartment has a spacious en-suite bedroom, lounge, dining area, patio and fully equipped kitchenette as well as air conditioning, TV (M-Net & Supersport), radio wake-up alarm, telephone and mini-safe.
Also available are laundry and valet services and internet, postal and fax facilities.
Conference facilities for up to twelve persons are also available.
 

97 Park Street,
Clydesdale

Tel: 012-344-1404
Fax: 012-344-0465

chancellors@telkomsa.net

www.chancellorscourt.co.za

Intermezzo Guest House

The house is situated in a quiet residential area on some of the major bus routes and near most embassies, the University of Pretoria and Unisa. Within walking distance from Pretoria Boys' High, Pretoria Girls' High, Afrikaans Meisies Hoër and Afrikaans Seuns Hoër.

35 Bond Street, Clydesdale.

Tel / Fax: 012-344-2826
Cell: 082-892-3453

intermez@iafrica.com

Lodge Heimat

Selfsorg 1, 2, en 3 slaapkamer woonstelle, minute vanaf Unisa, UP, Loftus en sentrale Hospitale. Dag of maand tariewe, TV, M-Net. Daaglikse skoonmaakersdiens. Veilige parkering.

131 Reilly Street, Sunnyside

Tel: 012-344-2919
Faks: (012) 343-0639

Oorkant Loftus

Bed and Breakfast. Rooms and Garden Flat. Self-catering kitchen; cozy atmosphere; ideally situated for tourists, on bus route, near shopping centres, city centre and universities.

439 Kirkness Street, Sunnyside.

Tel: 012-344-2289 Tel: 012-666-8840 (a/h)
Cell: 082-574-4191

Pretoria Backpackers

34 Bourke Street, Sunnyside

Tel: 012-343-9754

Pretoria Manor House

All the personalized, unique, double en suite bedrooms are decorated with elegance, warmth and care. This establishment is ideally situated for the business and leisure traveller, close to Pretoria CBD, Hatfield and Brooklyn. There is something to find in the neighbourhood for bird watchers, sportsmen and historians.

605 Jorissen Street, Sunnyside.

Tel: 012-344-3562/3
Fax: 012-344-3562

martinb@intekom.co.za

River Street Cottage Bed & Breakfast

Built in 1910, this double-storey house on a quiet tree lined street offers the charm and grace of a bygone era. Comfortably decorated bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and fire places and television with M-Net.
Generous English and continental breakfasts are served in the dining room or garden. Dinner on request.
Close to Loftus Sports Stadium, hospitals, embassies and the CBD. Transport arranged. Secure parking. Laundry service.

138 River Street, Sunnyside
0002 Pretoria

Tel: 012-343-1271
Fax: 012-343-1271

Sherwood Forest Guest House

131 Hugh Street, Sunnyside.

Tel: 012-344-4850

That's It Guest House

Spacious and cosy rooms with separate and en-suite bathrooms. Private TV, tea & coffee making facilities.
A sparkling pool in a leafy garden with an outdoor entertainment area under thatch.
Within walking distance of the University of Pretoria, Loftus Versfeld, modern shopping centres and various excellent restaurants.

5 Brecher Street, Clydesdale.

Tel: 012-344-3404
Fax: 012-343-5270

thatsit@icon.co.za

www.thatsit.co.za

Word of Mouth Backpackers Pretoria

One of the most knowledgeable and friendly hostel owners to advise you ! Comfy Beds, friendly faces and friendly staff, who want to make sure your stay here is great!
A HUGE kitchen and fridge for you to use -2 stoves to cook all your meals. A new dining room adjoining -an absolute winner. 3 showers with plenty of hot water.
Very close to Hatfield with its awesome nightlife.

430 Reitz Street, Sunnyside

Tel: 012-343-7499
Fax: 012-343-9351

wom@mweb.co.za

www.wordofmouthbackpackers.com/

Shuttle Services

Shuttle services from OR Tambo International Airport to Pretoria and return

 

Name

Contact

Contact numbers

E-mail

1

PS Tours

Solly Maritz

0824525818

pstours@lantic.net

2

Johannesburg & Pretoria / Tshwane Chauffeur Drive / Shuttle Services

   

query@jpshuttle.co.za

3

Destinet cc

Du Preez Brink

Tel: +27832311774

info@destinet.co.za

4

Ananzi

Rean

Tel: +27826190834

info@shuttles.co.za

5

Airport Shuttle

 

Tel:+278617488853
(+27861SHUTTLE)
Fax: +27865010715

info@airportshuttle.co.za

6

Ulysses Tours & Safaris

 

Central Reservations:

+27822333320
Tel: +27126634941
Fax: +27126634951
Cell:+27825665506

reservations@ulysses.co.za, info@ulysses.co.za

7

EZ shuttle

 

Call Centre: +27861397488 (24h)
Fax: +27866611707

info@ezshuttle.co.za

8

Pretoria Taxi

HeinRich

Tel: +27123433331