Pretoria Travel Guide

Health & Safety

Pretoria is considered to be a relatively safe city by South African standards and violent crime against tourists is somewhat rare. That said, basic common sense should still be used. Avoid walking around after dark, even in a group. The city centre becomes deserted after nightfall, so it would not be wise to hang around at these times. Hatfield Plaza is busy with shoppers, students, tourists, police and car minders there is very little chance of any real trouble happening, but it can be annoying and daunting for tourists as the beggars are quite insistent. That said, the Hatfield area is usually perfectly safe. In case of trouble, here are important telephone numbers.

From a fixed line
107 - Emergency
10111 - Police
10177 - Ambulance
082911 - Netcare911
From a mobile phone
112 - Emergency
911 - Netcare911

source: Wikivoyage

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