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South Africa expat guide to healthcare, education, expat clubs and more

South Africa expat guide to healthcare, education, expat clubs and more

Living in South Africa

South Africa is one of the most beautiful places that you can live in. The cost of living is comparatively low, the climate is pretty much perfect and there is so much to do in the country that going overseas for holidays is almost unnecessary. The crime rate in South Africa is very high when compared to other countries and expats moving there will have to adjust to the very particular way of life. We have some advice for expats moving to this fab country. 

South Africa Cape Town

Expat Clubs


Johannesburg Expats

International Women's Club Johannesburg
An organization which offers the hand of friendship, networking, socializing and support to newcomers and expats living in Gauteng South Africa
Facebook: www.facebook.com//pages/International-Womens-Club-Johannesburg/506561946049971
Website: www.iwcjoburgsa.co.za

Gauteng Expats Meet Up Group
We decided to start a group to meet people who had also moved to South Africa from elsewhere and would like to meet some people in the same situation. The group is intended to be social and fun, and to give us all a network of people to do things with. It is an international group, so all are welcome!
Website: www.meetup.com/gautengexpats

American Society of SA
The American Society of South Africa (ASSA) is a dynamic organization dedicated to enhancing the experience of expatriates living in South Africa through resources, events, and networking.  ASSA membership is open to Americans, South Africans, and citizens of other countries who have a genuine interest in American culture.
Website: americansocietyofsa.org

Cape Town Expats

Irish South African Association
The Irish South African Association exists to facilitate social contact between Irish people, people of Irish descent and anyone who has any interest whatsoever in the Irish & in Ireland. All are welcome to join the Association & to attend our many functions held throughout the year.
Website:  www.ireland.co.za

Italian Club Cape Town
Celebrate Italian Culture, Italian food and being Italian. With cultural events held annually we hope to preserve our heritage, which has been passed down from generation to Generation. Through the involvement of our youth, the revitalisation of our sporting facilities, and the intergration of non italian members, we aim to engrain the future of our club for our members for years to come
Website: www.icct.co.za

Dutch Club Cape Town
Website: sites.google.com/site/nederlandseclubkaapstad/home
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/NederlandersinKaapstad

Danish Society
The Danish Society was founded in November 1920 and is home based in Gauteng province, South Africa. Our aim is to preserve, maintain, promote and encourage Danish history, culture and language in South Africa. We organize events to celebrate Danish holidays and festivals and activities related to Danish traditions.
Website: www.danish.co.za

International Woman’s Club Cape Town
A dynamic group of women who will ensure that your entry into our community is memorable!  We invite you to contact us, so as to make your arrival into our beautiful city , pleasurable and exciting. Founded in 1977, the International Women’s Club of Cape Town is non-political, non-denominational and non-commercial. It is a registered non-profit organisation. 
Website: www.iwccapetown.co.za

International Schools 


Expats in South Africa have a few choices with regards to the schools where they will send their children. In South Africa two types of schools exist, public and private. Public schools are the most cost effective form of education and follow the South African IB curriculm. There are four terms in a school year.
South African private schools also include international schools. Most private schools follow a three term calendar and are more adept to international standards. Many private schools will have ties with international schools and students will come out with two certificates at the end of the school year. Expats prefer to send their children to private and international schools in South Africa.

Johannesburg Schools

American International School of Johannesburg
In 2012, AISJ celebrated its 30th anniversary. In a relatively short time, we have moved from small and humble beginnings to a vibrant American International School that prides itself on maintaining a low student/teacher ratio to effectively run a student-centered program culminating in the International Baccalaureate Diploma. It places a strong emphasis on diversity, community outreach and links with its local community while focusing on a balanced program of academics, athletics, arts, and service. AISJ is developing an outstanding international reputation for innovative learning and community outreach.
Curriculum: IB
Tel: +27 (11) 464 1505
Email: info@aisj-jhb.com
Website: www.aisj-jhb.com

British International College
We offer superb tuition towards internationally recognized Cambridge qualifications. Through the 'University of Cambridge International Examinations we offer students a complete set of qualifications via our A Level, AS level, IGCSE and Foundation courses in order to obtain a school leaving certificate that is recognized by prestigious universities throughout the world.
Curriculum: IGCSE and A-Levels
Address: 130, Bryanston Drive, Bryanston
Tel: +27 11 706-7775
Fax: +27 11 706-7829
Email : info@bicollege.co.za
Website: www.bicollege.co.za

British International Preparatory School
British International Preparatory School encourages the pursuit of excellence in all endeavours. We offer pupils an unparalleled opportunity to achieve their true personal potential in a warm, nurturing and expertly managed learning environment. We know this is absolutely essential to a child’s success and their exponential development during the key primary learning stages.
Address: 74 Witkoppen Road, Northriding, JHB, South Africa
Tel: +27 (0)11 706 7775
Fax: +27 (0)11 706 7829
Email: admissions@biprep.co.za
Website: www.biprep.co.za 

The Deutsche Internationale Schule Johannesburg
The Deutsche Internationale Schule Johannesburg is an integrated school with a bilingual educational programme: it offers both the National Senior Certificate (Matric), the South African exit exam, and the German International Abitur.
Address: 11 Sans Souci Road, Parktown
Tel: +27 11 726 6220/1
Fax: +27 (0)11 482 3188
Email: dsj@dsjmail.co.za
Website: www.dsj.co.za  
 
Mafikeng Schools
International School of South Africa
The International School of South Africa is an educational institution which strives to develop to the fullest the potential of each of its members within a multicultural, multi-faith and international environment. The School provides a world class education through an internationally recognised curriculum and highly dedicated, motivated and committed teaching and managerial staff. The curriculum caters for the holistic development of all of its pupils and emphasises the importance of leading a well-balanced life. Morality, ethics, honesty, respect and accountability are highly cherished.
Tel: +27 18 381 1102
Fax: +27 18 381 1187
E-mail: admin@issa.co.za
Website: www.issa.co.za

Cape Town Schools

American International School of Cape Town
AISCT is endorsed as an independent school by the Western Cape Department of Education and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges based in California, USA. AISCT is also a proud member of the Association of International Schools in Africa and the International School Foundation. AISCT administers the ACER International Schools Assessment each February. This exam helps guide school improvement and monitors our students’ progress against other international schools around the world.
Address: 42 Soetvlei Avenue, Constantia 7806
Tel: (27) 21 713-2220
Fax: (27) 21 713-2240
Email: aisct@aisct.org
Website: www.aisct.org

International School of Cape Town
A British education emphasises the development of the whole student, and particularly at the primary level there is a great deal of scope for creativity and individuality in the classroom. When all of this is considered alongside the continuity and transferability offered by a British education around the world, and the fact that British institutions offer qualifications that are recognised internationally, it is little wonder that the industry of British schools abroad continues to flourish and expand.
Address: Woodland Heights, Edinburgh Close, Wynberg 7806, Cape Town
Telephone: +27 (0) 21 761 6202
Fax: +27 (0) 21 761 0129
Email: l.padua@isct.co.za
Website: isct.co.za

Chesterhouse School
At Chesterhouse we inspire young minds to be extraordinary. The strength of our faith, our commitment to excellence and diversity take us beyond the classroom, nurturing proud South African leaders with a global vision.
Address: Mosselbankriver Road, D’Urbanvale Estate, Durbanville
Tel: 021 975 6650
Fax: 021 975 6649
Email:
Junior School: infojunior@chesterhouse.co.za
High School: infosenior@chesterhouse.co.za
Web address: www.chesterhouse.co.za

Deutsche Internationale Schule Kapstadt
At the Deutsche Internationale Schule Kapstadt (DSK) you will encounter a European culture and the most important language in Europe: German. We teach German mother-tongue learners from grades 1-12 as well as English-speaking pupils from grades 5 -12 in two streams respectively. A special characteristic of the DSK is the fact that our learners finish school with one of two double qualifications
Address: 28 Bay View Avenue, Tamboerskloof, 8001, Cape Town
Tel: +27(0)21 480 3830
Fax: +27(0)21 480 3863
Email: info@dsk.co.za
Website: www.dsk.co.za

Hout Bay International School
We are committed to providing the highest educational standards delivered through a curriculum that seeks to empower our students from the earliest age as independent thinkers and powerful communicators. We aim to provide the academic tools and qualifications to open doors to future educational and life opportunities.
Tel: +27 21 7917900
Email: contact.houtbay@iesmail.com
Website: houtbay.iesedu.com

Blouberg International School
We believe in the promotion of traditional values coupled with progressive thinking.  Our small class sizes help us to recognise and realise each student’s potential.  We encourage all students to grow into balanced, confident and responsible citizens of the world.  Our objective is, to the best of our ability to provide students with the stimulus, environment, guidance and the opportunity to blossom.
Address: 74 Ringwood Drive, Cape Town, Parklands 7441
Tel: +27 21 557 9071
Email: contact.blouberg@iesmail.com
Website: blouberginternational.co.za

Local News in English


IOL
IOL is owned and run by Independent Newspapers. The South African newspaper group publishes 15 national and regional newspapers, and several Cape-based community newspapers. IOL's mission is to represent the group as a whole online, using a mix of elements from the newspaper titles along with fast-breaking news.
Website: www.iol.co.za

News24
News24 is Southern Africa and Africa's premier online news resource, with round-the-clock coverage to bring you local and international news as it happens, when it happens.
Website: www.news24.com/News24/Home

Mail and Guardian
The M&G was launched in 1994 as Africa's first online newspaper, and one of the first online newspapers in the world. We continue to provide content that is in-depth and insightful on platforms that are digitally innovative. Chris Roper is the editor-in-chief of the M&G.
Website: mg.co.za  

Country Information 


Location: Africa
Capital City: Pretoria
Other Important Cities: Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, Durban
Currency: South African rand
Language: Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikáans, English, Twsana, Sotho (Southern), Swati, South Ndebele
Calling Code: +27
Internet TLD: +.za

Electricity: 220/230V 50Hz
Eskom is South Africa’s electricity provider. They have active load shedding where power will be cut to certain parts of the cities at scheduled times. Please be aware of this.

Emergency Numbers:    10111 / 112

Country Information
en.wikipedia.org

Embassy Information


embassy.goabroad.com/embassies-in/south-africa

Residents Visa and Work Permit information


The following information is from the Department of Home Affairs website www.dha.gov.za/ . Please see their website for information regarding other types of visas.

Work Permits
Work permits are issued only to foreigners where South African citizens with the relevant skills are not available for appointment. These permits are open-ended and applications must be made at any regional office of the Department of Home Affairs or nearest South African embassy, mission or consulate abroad.

Quota work permits
For a Quota work permit, you must submit the following documents along with the BI-1738application form:
  • A passport valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of intended visit.
  • Payment of the prescribed fee.
  • A vaccination certificate, if required by the Act
  • Proof of financial means to cover envisaged living expenses during the sojourn in the Republic. This should be in the form of:
  • bank statements
  • cash available, or
  • travellers’ cheques
  • Medical and radiology reports
  • A police clearance certificate from each country in which you resided for 12 months or longer since the age of 18 years
You must also:
  • Lodge a cash deposit equivalent to the value of a return or onward ticket
  • Submit certification from the South African Qualifications Authority confirming the necessary qualifications for the occupation
  • Submit confirmation of the required work experience for the occupation.
  • Register with the relevant trade body, if required by law
  • Submit all required documentation for a spouse and/or children if they intend to accompany you
Within 90 days of admission, the holder of a quota permit shall submit to the Director- General confirmation of having secured employment within the category or class contemplated in section 19(1) of the Act and every 12 months thereafter, confirmation of continued employment within that category or class.

General work permits

General work permits are valid for the duration of the contract of employment. To apply, you must submit the following documentation:
  • A duly completed application form signed by yourself, the applicant
  • A passport valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of intended visit
  • Payment of the prescribed fee
  • A vaccination certificate, if required by the Act
  • Proof of financial means to cover envisaged living expenses in the Republic until the applicant receives a salary. This should be in the form of:
  • bank statements
  • cash available, or
  • travellers’ cheques
  • Medical and radiology reports
  • A police clearance certificate from each country in which you resided for 12 months or longer since the age of 18 years
  • Lodge a cash deposit equivalent to the value of a return or an undertaking from the employer
  • A contract of employment signed by both yourself and the employer.
  • Original proof of qualifications and evaluation thereof by the South African Qualifications Authority.
  • If the qualifications are in a foreign language, you must have the documents translated into one of the official languages by a sworn translator (and provide proof of registration of the translator)
  • The original advertisement of the post/position as it appeared in the national printed media. The advertisement must comply with regulation 16(5):
  • Reflect the full particulars of the relevant newspaper or magazine as well as date on which the advertisement was published
  • Stipulate the minimum qualifications and experience required to fill the position
  • Clearly define the position and the duties to be performed
  • Measure at least 60mm by 60mm.
  • State the closing date for applications
  • Should not be older than 3 months at the time of application for a work permit. This period is calculated from the closing date of advert
Proof that all short-listed candidates have been interviewed in terms of regulation 16(4)(d)
A letter of motivation from the employer as required in regulation 16(4)(d)
A letter of registration, if required by a law, from the relevant professional body/board/ council or undertake to register with the relevant professional body, board or council in the Republic of South Africa, where applicable.
Full particulars of the employer including proof of registration with the Registrar of Companies
A certificate by the Department of Labour or an extract from the database of a benchmarking organisation stipulating the salary earned by employees occupying similar positions in the Republic of South Africa
All required documentation for a spouse and/or children if they intend to accompany you
A general work permit shall lapse if within 6 months of issuance and if every year thereafter the holder fails to submit satisfactory proof to the Director-General that he/she is still employed along with proof of the terms and conditions of the job, and the job description.

Exceptional skills work permits
Exceptional skills work permits are valid for three years only and to apply one you must submit the following:
  • A duly completed application form signed by yourself, the applicant.
  • A passport valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of intended visit.
  • Payment of the prescribed fee.
  • A vaccination certificate, if required by the Act.
  • Proof of financial means to cover envisaged living expenses in the Republic until you receive a salary. This should be in the form of:
  • bank statements
  • cash available, or
  • travellers’ cheques
  • A cash deposit equivalent to the value of a return or an undertaking from the employer
  • Medical and radiology reports
  • A police clearance certificate from each country in which you resided for 12 months or longer since the age of 18 years
  • A letter from a foreign or South African organ of State, or from an established South African academic, cultural or business body, confirming the applicant’s exceptional skills or qualifications.
  • Testimonials from previous employers, if applicable, and a comprehensive curriculum vitae
  • Other proof to substantiate the exceptional skills or qualifications, such as publications and testimonials
  • A letter of motivation indicating that your exceptional skills will be to the benefit of the South African environment in which you intend to operate.
  • All required documentation for a spouse and/or children if they intend to accompany you
Intra-company Transfer Work Permits
 
Occasionally, multi-national companies may decide to transfer an existing employee from a foreign branch to a branch in South Africa. These employees must apply for intra-company transfer work permits. In such cases, no proof of steps taken to obtain the services of a South African citizen/permanent residence will be required.
Intra-company transfer work permits are valid for 2 years only and cannot be renewed or extended. To apply for one you must submit:
  • A duly completed application form signed by yourself, the applicant
  • A passport valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of intended visit.
  • Payment of the prescribed fee
  • A vaccination certificate, if required by the Act
  • Proof of financial means to cover envisaged living expenses in the Republic until you receive a salary. This should be in the form of:
  • bank statements
  • cash available, or
  • travellers’ cheques
  • A cash deposit of equivalent value to a return ticket
  • An employment contract with the company abroad
  • A letter from the employer/company abroad confirming that the you will be transferred to a branch/affiliate company in South Africa
  • A letter from the South African company where you will work, confirming the transfer from the parent/affiliated company abroad. This letter should specify the occupation and capacity in which you will be employed and should also confirm that the maximum duration of employment will not exceed 2 years
  • An undertaking by the employer:
  • that you will leave South Africa once the 2-year period comes to an end
  • confirming that your passport is valid
  • that you will be employed in the position for which the permit is issued
  • Medical and radiology reports
  • A police clearance certificate from each country in which you resided for 12 months or longer since the age of 18 years
  • All required documentation for a spouse and/or children if they intend to accompany you
Corporate Permits

A corporate permit allows a corporate entity (e.g. a mine group, farmer, etc) to employ a pre-determined number of skilled/semi-skilled/unskilled workers. There is no fixed validity period for such permits as the validity period is determined and stipulated by the corporate entity upon application. Applications must be made at any regional office of the Department of Home Affairs or nearest South African embassy, mission or consulate abroad. 
  • To apply for a corporate permit the corporate entity will have to: 
             -          Submit duly completed application forms signed by the applicants
             -          Provide a corroborated statement demonstrating the need to employ foreign workers and the number of                         foreigners to be employed
             -          Provide a job description and remuneration for each foreign worker
  • -          An undertaking to ensure that:
             -          the foreigner workers have valid passports
             -          the foreign workers will be employed only in the specific positions for which the permits are issued
             -          the foreign workers will leave South Africa on completion of their duties
  • A cash deposit or guarantee for the foreign workers may be payable by the corporate entity or by the workers in the case of skilled workers
  • Before the permit can be issued, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has to refer the application to the
Department of Labour as well as the Department of Trade and Industry, who will then approve the number of foreign workers who can be employed by the entity making the application. Upon receipt of the approved number of workers, the DHA will issue the corporate permit and authorisation certificates for each worker in terms of regulation 18(2)(b), then the corporate entity can start recruiting workers.
 
  • Unskilled workers will need temporary residence permits to enter the country. Whilst skilled workers will need to apply for general work permits, although they do not have to comply with all the requirements as prescribed above (for general work permits).

Accommodation


The level of crime is higher in South Africa than many other countries, this is the reason that many people have to make some changes in their lifestyles in order to accommodate the additional safety factors. Many people choose to live in compounds and gated communities that have an armed security guard at the gate and are surrounded by electric fencing.

There are 4 main types of accommodation in South Africa:

-          Compounds – known as complexes they can either have a communal swimming pool an tennis courts or have large houses with big gardens that each have their own swimming pool.
-          Standalone houses – these houses usually have their own electric fencing and people tend to engage security companies and have sophisticated alarm systems in these houses.
-          Gated communities.

Real Estate Companies

Sothebys |  www.sothebysrealty.co.za
Pam Golding | www.pamgolding.co.za  
Remax | www.remax.co.za

Driving License


If you have been granted South African permanent residence, you must convert your foreign driving licence to a South African one within a year of receiving your permanent residence permit.

If you fail to convert your licence within one year, it will be regarded as invalid.

You can also apply to convert your driving licence to a South African one if you hold a diplomatic permit but don’t have a permanent residence permit.

If your licence is not in one of the official languages of South Africa, you must get a letter of translation of the licence by a competent authority.
 
The following information is from the South African Government Services website >>

Your foreign driving licence will be converted if:
 
  • the licence is valid
  • translated into one of the official South African languages
  • the licence is accompanied by a letter of validity obtained from the relevant embassy and a translation if the licence is not in an official language of South Africa
  • the licence has your photo and signature.
What you should do
 
Go to the driving licence testing centre (DLTC) in the province where you obtained your permanent residence.
Complete the Application for exchange of a driving licence form (DL1) at any driving licence testing centre.

You must submit the following:
  • an acceptable identification as required by South African legislation (e.g. identity document (ID), temporary ID, valid South African passport, or foreign passport with permanent residence permit)
  • four black-and-white ID sized photographs
  • current foreign driving licence
  • proof of permanent residency in the Republic of South Africa
  • proof that you were not a permanent resident of South Africa at the time the foreign licence was issued (for example, you can produce a passport, permanent residence permit or visa)
  • a letter of translation of the licence by a competent authority if the licence is not in one of the official languages of South Africa
  • confirmation from a driving licence issuing authority that you have a valid driving licence (stating the codes and relevant categories of vehicle that the person is permitted to drive) that has not been cancelled or suspended
  • in case of an International Driving Permit (IDP), you must submit the driving licence on the authority of which the permit was issued
  • The driving licence testing centre will issue the driving licence if it is satisfied that:
  • you are the owner of the foreign driving licence
You will hand over your foreign driving licence or driving permit when you receive your South African licence.
You will not be required to undergo a driving licence examination but an eye test will be conducted on site before the exchange is finalised.

Healthcare


It is very important that all expats have a good medical health insurance and hospital plan in South Africa. There are government hospitals, and while they have some of the best equipment, they are often over crowded. Private hospitals are very expensive and patients must either have a medical insurance policy that will cover the cost of treatment or must prove that they can pay for the treatment.

Insurance companies

Fed Health
Website: www.fedhealth.co.za

Liberty Medical Scheme
Website: www.libertymedicalscheme.co.za

Discovery
Website: www.discovery.co.za

Hospitals

Johannesburg

Life Bedford Gardens Hospital
7 Leicester Rd, Bedford Gardens, Bedfordview
Tel: 011 677 8500
Fax: 011 622 2494
Email: juliette.erasmus@lifehealthcare.co.za 
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za 
 
Life Birchmed Surgical Centre
8 Tiger St, Birchleigh Ext 16, Kempton Park
Tel: 011 391 3300
Fax: 011 391 1091
Email:  kotie.nel@lifehealthcare.co.za
 
Bone and Breastcare Centre
1st Floor, Medical Suites, Thrupps Centre, 204 Oxford Rd, Illovo
Suite 47, Postnet X11, Birnam Park 2015
Tel: 011 268 0199
Fax: 011 268 0204
Email: www.bbcc.co.za 
 
Life Brenthurst Clinic
4 Park Lane, Parktown
Tel: 011 647 9000
Fax: 011 484 6726
E-mail: Cassandra.Williams@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za 
 
Life Carstenhof Clinic
21 Dane Rd, Glen Austin, Midrand
Tel: 011 655 5500
Fax: 011 310 2318
Email: chantal.summers@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.carstenhofclinic.co.za 
 
Clinton Clinic
62 Clinton Rd, New Redruth, Alberton
PO Box 1059, Alberton 1450
Tel: 011 724 2300
Fax: 011 724 2460
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Constantia Clinic
374 Ontdekkers Rd, Florida Hill
Tel: 011 472 1478
Fax: 011 472 2968
Email: ccrecep@constantia.netcare.co.za
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Life Flora Clinic
William Nicol Dr, Floracliffe, Florida
Tel: 011 470 7777
Fax: 011 758 6364/ 011 470 7899
Email: sharleen.stone@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za 
 
Garden City Clinic
35 Bartlett Rd, Mayfair West
Tel: 011 495 5000
Fax: 011 495 5055
Email: customer.service@netcare.co.za
Website:  www.netcare.co.za 
 
Netcare Linksfield Park Clinic
24 12th Ave, Linksfield West
Tel: 011 647 3400
Fax: 011 640 3576
Email: Linda.bossert@netcare.co.za
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Milpark Hospital
9 Guild Rd, Parktown West
Tel: 011 480 5600
Fax: 011 480 5983
Email: dvwyk@milpark.netcare.co.za
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Morningside Medi-Clinic
Cnr Rivonia & Hill Roads, Morningside, Sandton
Tel: 011 282 5000
Fax: 011 783 9100
24-Hour Emergency Unit: 011 282 5126/7
Email: hospmngrmorni@mediclinic.co.za
Website: www.morningsidemc.co.za 
 
Netcare Mulbarton Hospital
25 True North Rd, Mulbarton
Tel: 011 682 4300
Fax: 011 432 2391
Email: cmuller@mulbarton.netcare.co.za
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Netcare Rehabilitation Hospital
2 Bunting Rd, Auckland Park
Tel: 011 489 1111
Fax: 011 489 1190
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Life New Kensington Clinic
23 Roberts Ave, Kensington
Tel: 011 614 7125
Fax: 011 614 3037
Email: Charlene.Kruger@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za   
 
Netcare Olivedale Clinic
Cnr President Fouche Drive and Windsor Way, Olivedale
Tel: 011 777 2000
Fax: 011 462 8382
Email: elainer@olivedale.netcare.co.za
Website: www.olivedaleclinic.co.za 
 
Netcare Park Lane Clinic
Corner Junction Ave and Parklane, Parktown
Tel: 011 480 4000
Fax: 011 643 2141
Website: www.netcare.co.za
 
Netcare Rand Clinic
33 Bruce St, Berea
Tel: 011 644 2700
Fax: 011 644 2780
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Life Riverfield Lodge
34 Southernwoods Rd, Nietgedacht
Tel: 0860 748 373
Fax: 086 674 1989
Email: Daphne.DeWit@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za
 
Life Robinson Private Hospital
Hospital Rd, Randfontein
Tel: 011 278 8700
Fax: 011 693 3109
Email: Tillie.Pieterse@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za 
 
Life Roseacres Clinic
Cnr Castor and St. Josephs Streets, Symhurst, Primrose
Tel: 011 842 7500
Fax: 011 842 7721
Email: frances.spangenberg@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za  
 
Rosebank Clinic
14 Sturdee Ave, Rosebank
Tel: 011 328 0500
Fax: 011 328 0509
Email: mollym@netcare.co.za
Website: www.netcare.co.za 
 
Sandton Medi-Clinic
Cnr Peter Place & Hendrik Verwoed Drive, Bryanston
Tel: 011 709 2000
Fax: 011 463 8484
Email: hospmngrsandt@mediclinic.co.za
Website: www.sandtonmediclinic.co.za 
 
Life Sandton Surgical Centre
200 Rivonia Rd, Morningside
Tel: 011 883 1400
Fax: 011 783 0021
Email: Tony.Garwood@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za
  
Netcare Sunninghill Hospital
Cnr Nanyuki and Witkoppen Rd, Sunninghill Park, Sandton
Tel: 011 806 1500
Fax: 011 806 1636
Website: www.netcare.co.za
 
Netcare Union Hospital
47 Clinton Rd, New Redruth, Alberton
Tel: 011 724 2000
Fax: 011 724 2002
Website: www.netcare.co.za
 
Life Wilgeheuwel Hospital
Amplifier Rd, Radiokop Ext 13, Roodepoort
Tel: 011 796 6500
Fax: 011 796 6724
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za
 
Wits University Donald Gordon Medical Centre
21 Eton Road, Parktown
Tel: 011 356 6000
Fax: 011 482 7651
Email: hospmngrwdgmc@mediclinc.co.za
Website: www.mediclinic.co.za 
 
Life Fourways Hospital
Corner Cedar Road and Cedar Road West, Fourways
Tel: 011 875 1000
Fax: 011 875 1001
Email: Trudy.Naicker@lifehealthcare.co.za
Website: www.brenthurstclinic.co.za

Cape Town

Mediclinic
Strand Road/Strandweg, Stellenbosch
Tel: (021) 809 6500
Fax: (021) 809 6756
Website: www.mediclinic.co.za

Groot Schuur Hospital
Address: Groot Schuur Dr, 7925, South Africa
Phone:+27 21 404 9111
Website: www.gsh.co.za

Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital
181 Longmarket Street, Cape Town
Tel: +27 21 480 6111
Fax: +27 21 424 0826
Website: www.netcare.co.za/139/netcare-christiaan-barnard-memorial-hospital

 

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