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Upscale luxury hotels in Port Elizabeth
An upscale full service hotel facility in Port Elizabeth that offers luxury amenities, full service accommodations, on-site full service restaurant(s), and the highest level of personalized and professional service. Luxury Port Elizabeth hotels are normally classified with at least a Four Diamond or Five Diamond status or a Four or Five Star rating depending on classification standards.

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Boutique hotels of Port Elizabeth are smaller independent non-branded hotels that often contain upscale facilities of varying size in unique or intimate settings with full service accommodations. Port Elizabeth boutique hotels are generally 100 rooms or less. Some historic inns and boutique hotels in Port Elizabeth may be classified as luxury hotels.

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A bed and breakfast in Port Elizabeth is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and inclusive breakfast. Usually, Port Elizabeth bed and breakfasts are private homes or family homes offering accommodations. The typical Port Elizabeth B&B has between 4 and 11 rooms, with 6 being the average. Generally, guests are accommodated in private bedrooms with private bathrooms, or in a suite of rooms including an en suite bathroom. Some homes have private bedrooms with a bathroom which is shared with other guests. Breakfast is served in the bedroom, a dining room, or the host's kitchen. Often the owners of guest house themselves prepare the breakfast and clean the rooms.

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Port Elizabeth hostels provide budget-oriented, sociable accommodation where guests can rent a bed, usually a bunk bed, in a dormitory and share a bathroom, lounge, and sometimes a kitchen. Rooms can be mixed or single-sex, although private rooms may also be available. Hostels are often cheaper for both the operator and occupants; many Port Elizabeth hostels have long-term residents whom they employ as desk agents or housekeeping staff in exchange for experience or discounted accommodation.

Apartment hotels, extended stay hotels in Port Elizabeth
Extended stay hotels are small to medium-sized Port Elizabeth hotels that offer longer term full service accommodations compared to a traditional hotel. Extended stay hotels may offer non-traditional pricing methods such as a weekly rate that cater towards travelers in need of short-term accommodations for an extended period of time. Similar to limited and select service hotels, on-site amenities are normally limited and most extended stay hotels in Port Elizabeth lack an on-site restaurant.

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Port Elizabeth
Die Baai (in Afrikaans)
iBhayi (in Xhosa)
City Hall, Market Square, Port Elizabeth.
City Hall, Market Square, Port Elizabeth.
Port Elizabeth is located in Eastern Cape
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth is located in South Africa
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth is located in Africa
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth shown within Eastern Cape
Coordinates:  / -33.95806; 25.60000  / -33.95806; 25.60000
Country South Africa
Province Eastern Cape
Municipality Nelson Mandela Bay
Established 1820
Government
• Mayor Athol Trollip (DA)
Area
• City 251.03 km (96.92 sq mi)
• Metro 1,959 km (756 sq mi)
Population (2011)
• City 312,392
• Density 1,200/km (3,200/sq mi)
• Metro 1,152,915
• Metro density 590/km (1,500/sq mi)
Racial makeup (2011)
Black African 30.6%
Coloured 27.0%
Indian/Asian 3.2%
White 37.8%
Other 1.4%
First languages (2011)
Afrikaans 40.2%
English 33.2%
Xhosa 22.2%
Other 4.3%
Postal code (street) 6001
PO box 6000
Area code 041

Port Elizabeth or The Bay (Xhosa: iBhayi; Afrikaans: Die Baai [di ˈbɑːi]) is one of the largest cities in South Africa; it is situated in the Eastern Cape Province, 770 km (478 mi) east of Cape Town. The city, often shortened to PE and nicknamed "The Friendly City" or "The Windy City", stretches for 16 km along Algoa Bay, and is one of the major seaports in South Africa. Port Elizabeth is the southernmost large city on the African continent, just farther south than Cape Town.

Port Elizabeth was founded as a town in 1820 to house British settlers as a way of strengthening the border region between the Cape Colony and the Xhosa. It now forms part of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, which has a population of over 1.3 million.

Port Elizabeth: History

The area around what is now called Algoa Bay was first settled by hunting and gathering people ancestral to the San at least 100,000 years ago. Around 2,000 years ago, they were gradually displaced or assimilated by agriculturalist populations ancestral to the Xhosa people, who migrated into the region from the north.

The first Europeans to have visited the area were Portuguese explorers Bartholomeu Dias, who landed on St Croix Island in Algoa Bay in 1488, and Vasco da Gama, who noted the nearby Bird Island in 1497. For centuries, the area was simply marked on European navigation charts as "a landing place with fresh water".

One of the main goals of the Portuguese Crown in the Indian Ocean was to take over the lucrative trade of Arab and Afro-Arabian merchants who plied routes between the East African coast and India. As they took over that trade, the Portuguese strengthened trading with Goa, their main trading point in India. The name Algoa means "to Goa," just as the port further north in present-day Mozambique, Delagoa means "from Goa." Algoa was the port from which ships left for Goa during the season when the winds were favourable, while Delagoa was the port in Africa at which they arrived from Goa in the season when the winds for the return trip were favourable.

The area became part of the Cape Colony. This area had a turbulent history between its founding by the Dutch East India Company in 1652 and the formation of the Union of South Africa in 1910 as a result of the British winning the Boer War.

Fort Frederick

In 1799, during the first British occupation of the Colony during the Napoleonic Wars, a stone fort was built, named Fort Frederick after the Duke of York. This fort, built to protect against a possible landing of French troops, overlooked the site of what later became Port Elizabeth. The fort is now preserved as a monument.

From 1814 to 1821, the Strandfontein farm, which later became the Summerstrand beach suburb of Port Elizabeth, was owned by Piet Retief. He later became a Voortrekker leader and was killed in 1837 by Zulu king Dingane during negotiations about land. An estimated 500 men, woman and children of his party were massacred. After Retief, the Strandfontein farm was owned by Frederik Korsten. Another contemporary suburb of Port Elizabeth is named for him in the 21st century.

In 1820 a party of 4,000 British settlers arrived by sea, encouraged by the government of the Cape Colony to form a settlement to strengthen the border region between the Cape Colony and the Xhosa people people. At this time the seaport town was founded by Sir Rufane Shaw Donkin, the Acting Governor of the Cape Colony, who named it after his late wife, Elizabeth. Diplomat Edmund Roberts visited Port Elizabeth in the early 1830s. He noted that Port Elizabeth in the 1820s had "contained four houses, and now it has upward of one hundred houses, and its residents are rated at above twelve hundred persons."

The Apostolic Vicariate of Cape of Good Hope, Eastern District, was established in the city in 1847, and in 1861 Port Elizabeth was granted the status of autonomous municipality. The population increased rapidly after 1873 when the railway to Kimberley was built. Prime Minister John Molteno had formed the Cape Government Railways in 1872, and the massive expansion of the Cape Colony's railway network over the following years saw the harbour of Port Elizabeth servicing a large area of the Cape's hinterland. The rapid economic development around the port, which followed the railway construction, caused Port Elizabeth to get the nickname "the Liverpool of South Africa". The town expanded as a diverse community comprising Xhosa, as well as European, Cape Malay and other immigrants.

Horse Memorial

During the Second Boer War, the port was an important transit point for British soldiers, horses and materials headed to the front by railway. While no armed conflict took place within the city, many refugees from the war moved into the city. These included Boer women and children, who were interned by the British in a concentration camp. Following that war, the Horse Memorial was erected to honour the tens of thousands of horses and mules that died during the conflict.

Port Elizabeth: Apartheid era

Under apartheid, the government established legal racial segregation and started programs to separate communities physically as well as by classification and custom. It forced relocation of the non-white population from mixed areas under the Group Areas Act began in 1962, causing various townships to be built for their use. The whole of the South End district, being a prime real estate location, was forcibly depopulated and flattened in 1965; relocations continued until 1975. As black South Africans organized to try to achieve civil rights and social justice, government repression increased. In 1977 Steve Biko, the black anti-apartheid activist, was interrogated and tortured by the security police in PE, before being transported to Pretoria where he died. Other notable deaths in the city during this time included the Cradock Four, and George Botha, a high school teacher.

Port Elizabeth: Postapartheid

Since the multiracial elections of 1994, Port Elizabeth has faced the same problems as the rest of South Africa, more especially lack of foreign and government investment, coping with HIV/AIDS, and a general increase in crime.

With the establishment of the Coega Industrial Development Zone (CIDZ), foreign direct and also national level investment has improved substantially in the region of Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth. The IDZ, under the stewardship of the Coega Development Corporation (CDC), since inception has managed to attract to its investment account in excess R140-billion into the Economy of the Eastern Cape and has enabled the creation of over 45 000 jobs. This is significant for the sustainability of the IDZ, Nelson Mandela Bay, and the economy of the Eastern Cape. The CDC consistently continues to demonstrate its capability as the leading catalyst for socio-economic growth in the Eastern Cape, with a view to becoming so for South Africa.

In 2001, the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality was formed as an administrative area covering Port Elizabeth, the neighbouring towns of Uitenhage and Despatch and the surrounding agricultural areas. The name was chosen to honour former President Nelson Mandela. The combined metropolitan area had a population estimated at around 1.3 million in 2006.

Port Elizabeth: 2010 FIFA World Cup

The Port Elizabeth harbour, waterfront and city centre were upgraded for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but do not rival the popular Cape Town waterfront. The 46,000-seat, R2 billion Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium was built in Port Elizabeth in time to serve as one of the venues for World Cup games. The stadium hosted eight World Cup games between 12 June 2010 and 10 July 2010.

Port Elizabeth: Geography and climate

Port Elizabeth
Climate chart (explanation)
J F M A M J J A S O N D
36
25
18
40
25
18
54
25
17
58
23
14
59
22
12
62
20
9
47
20
9
64
20
10
62
20
11
59
21
13
49
22
15
34
24
16
Average max. and min. temperatures in °C
Precipitation totals in mm
Source: SAWS
Imperial conversion
J F M A M J J A S O N D
1.4
77
64
1.6
77
64
2.1
77
63
2.3
73
57
2.3
72
54
2.4
68
48
1.9
68
48
2.5
68
50
2.4
68
52
2.3
70
55
1.9
72
59
1.3
75
61
Average max. and min. temperatures in °F
Precipitation totals in inches

"The Windy City" has a subtropical climate with light rain throughout the year. Under the Köppen climate classification, Port Elizabeth has an oceanic climate (Cfb ). The area lies between the winter rainfall, Mediterranean climate zones of the Western Cape and the summer rainfall regions of eastern South Africa. Winters are cool but mild and summers are warm but considerably less humid and hot than more northerly parts of South Africa's east coast. The climate is very even throughout the year with extreme heat or moderate cold rare. Three rivers flow through Port Elizabeth: the Chatty, the Shark, and the Baakens.

Climate data for Port Elizabeth (1961−1990, extremes 1936–1990)
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 39.0
(102.2)
40.0
(104)
40.7
(105.3)
39.0
(102.2)
35.4
(95.7)
32.4
(90.3)
33.1
(91.6)
36.8
(98.2)
39.7
(103.5)
39.8
(103.6)
40.2
(104.4)
36.0
(96.8)
40.7
(105.3)
Average high °C (°F) 25.4
(77.7)
25.4
(77.7)
24.6
(76.3)
23.0
(73.4)
21.7
(71.1)
20.3
(68.5)
19.7
(67.5)
19.6
(67.3)
20.0
(68)
20.8
(69.4)
22.3
(72.1)
24.3
(75.7)
22.3
(72.1)
Daily mean °C (°F) 21.3
(70.3)
21.2
(70.2)
20.3
(68.5)
18.2
(64.8)
16.1
(61)
14.3
(57.7)
13.9
(57)
14.3
(57.7)
15.4
(59.7)
16.7
(62.1)
18.2
(64.8)
20.1
(68.2)
17.5
(63.5)
Average low °C (°F) 17.9
(64.2)
17.9
(64.2)
16.9
(62.4)
14.3
(57.7)
11.5
(52.7)
9.2
(48.6)
8.8
(47.8)
9.8
(49.6)
11.4
(52.5)
13.1
(55.6)
14.6
(58.3)
16.4
(61.5)
13.5
(56.3)
Record low °C (°F) 7.4
(45.3)
7.9
(46.2)
7.0
(44.6)
4.4
(39.9)
−0.3
(31.5)
−0.5
(31.1)
−0.5
(31.1)
−0.2
(31.6)
1.5
(34.7)
3.0
(37.4)
5.6
(42.1)
6.5
(43.7)
−0.5
(31.1)
Average precipitation mm (inches) 36
(1.42)
40
(1.57)
54
(2.13)
58
(2.28)
59
(2.32)
62
(2.44)
47
(1.85)
64
(2.52)
62
(2.44)
59
(2.32)
49
(1.93)
34
(1.34)
624
(24.57)
Average precipitation days (≥ 1.0 mm) 5 5 7 6 5 5 5 7 6 7 7 5 70
Average relative humidity (%) 77 80 81 80 76 73 74 76 77 78 78 77 77
Mean monthly sunshine hours 265.9 222.9 228.7 220.6 221.7 207.5 227.8 232.0 213.0 236.3 250.1 278.9 2,805.4
Source #1: NOAA, Deutscher Wetterdienst (extremes)
Source #2: South African Weather Service

Port Elizabeth: Demographics

Population density in the Nelson Mandela Metro
Geographical distribution of home languages in the Nelson Mandela Metro

In 2001:

  • Area: 335.3 square kilometres (129.5 sq mi)
  • Population: 237,503: 708.32 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,834.5/sq mi)
  • Households: 70,606: 210.58 per square kilometre (545.4/sq mi)
Gender Population %
Female 122,253 51.47
Male 115,247 48.53
Race Population %
Black 32,618 13.73
White 123,722 52.09
Coloured 71,912 30.28
Asian 9,248 3.89
First language Population %
IsiZulu 580 0.24
IsiXhosa 27,312 11.5
Afrikaans 112,798 47.49
Sepedi 90 0.04
Setswana 411 0.17
English 94,068 39.61
Sesotho 494 0.21
Xitsonga 107 0.05
SiSwati 75 0.03
Tshivenda 114 0.05
IsiNdebele 297 0.13
Other 1,152 0.49
Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1985 272,844 -
1991 303,353 +11.2%
2001 237,503 −21.7%
2011 312,392 +31.5%

Port Elizabeth: Economy

Port Elizabeth: Trade and industry

Historically, the majority of trade in the region came through Port Elizabeth. In the 1830s, at least five ships regularly transported goods to Europe. It became a free port in 1832. In 1833, about 50 vessels had moved through the port. In 1828, 55,201 pounds, (25038kg), of goods were imported through the port, increasing by 1832 to 112,845 pounds, (51185kg), imported in that year. Port Elizabeth exported 41,290 pounds, (18738kg), in 1828, with a large increase to 86,931 pounds, (39431kg), goods exported in 1829. Exports included wine, brandy, vinegar, ivory, hides and skins, leather, tallow, butter, soap, wool, ostrich feathers, salted beef, wheat, candles, aloe, barley, and more.

Home of South Africa's motor vehicle industry, Port Elizabeth boasts most vehicle assembly plants, General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen, Continental Tyres and many other automotive-related companies. Most other industries in Port Elizabeth are geared towards the motor vehicle industry, providing parts such as wiring harnesses, catalytic converters, batteries and tyres to the vehicle manufacturers.

Port Elizabeth is also a major seaport, with the most significant ore loading facilities in the southern hemisphere. As part of the ongoing development, a new Industrial Development Zone with expanded port facilities has been built at Coega.

Port Elizabeth: Tourism

The Donkin Reserve in Port Elizabeth, taken in September 2014. It portrays both the older and parts of the newer sections of the monument.

Located at the end of the picturesque Garden Route along the Cape coast, the city has beaches in and near it. The most popular swimming beaches include King's Beach and Hobie Beach.

Many local historic attractions are linked by the Donkin Heritage Trail. These include the Campanile (bell tower), built in 1923 to commemorate the arrival of the 1820 Settlers and offering a viewpoint over the city; the city hall (1862); the Donkin Reserve park and monument; and the old stone Fort Frederick itself (1799). The CBD also boasts the towering Eastern Cape post office headquarters.

Route 67 is a walking trail consisting of 67 public artworks, symbolising 67 years which Nelson ‘Madiba’ Mandela dedicated to the freedom of South Africa. The artwork is a celebration of South African culture and history and is scattered along the route as it starts from the Campanile, up the stairs to the Vuysile Mini Market Square and to the large South African flag at the Donkin Reserve. The artworks were created by local Eastern Cape artists.

Other attractions include the gardens at St George's Park, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum (formerly known as the King George VI Art Gallery), the museum and oceanography room at Humewood, and the new Boardwalk waterfront complex.

The wider area surrounding PE also features game viewing opportunities, including the Addo Elephant Park, 72 kilometres (45 mi) to the north near the Zuurberg mountain range and National Park.

Port Elizabeth is also a destination for whale watching with humpback whales sighted between June and August, and again between November and January, Southern right whales sighted between July and November, and Bryde's whales sighted all year round.

Port Elizabeth: The Athenaeum

The Athenaeum (an institution for the promotion of literary or scientific learning) building is at the heart of a burgeoning creative industry in Port Elizabeth. It is situated at the corner of Castle Hill and Belmont Terrace in Nelson Mandela Bay. The building aims to cultivate, develop and promote the culture, heritage and arts of the Eastern Cape. It was opened on July 26 1896 and was designed by George William Smith. It was declared a national monument in 1980 and is listed as one of the provincial heritage sites of Port Elizabeth.

The facade of The Athenaeum

Port Elizabeth: Architecture

The Athenaeum was erected during the height of the Victorian era thus the designer, George William Smith, designed the building in a typically Victorian manner. It is a two-storey building with two distinct sections which were opened in 1896 and 1901 respectively. The Belmont Terrace facade has two wings which are joined by a central arched entrance porch, which is a classic of the Victorian style. The building has elements of 19th century neoclassicism and the architectural style used was Edwardian Baroque.

Entrance of The Athenaeum

Port Elizabeth: History

In the 1850s a group of intellectuals and willing citizens in the area of Algoa Bay came together to form the Athenaeum Society with the aim of promoting cultural, artistic and scientific activities within the town. The formation of this society was largely motivated by the lack of public entertainment within their region.

Committee members from the local library, the Athenaeum Society and the municipality held a meeting on October 20 1856 to appeal to the colonial government to accord land to erect a Town Hall, which would accommodate municipal offices, a library, a museum and an athenaeum (place of further learning). A Town Hall was erected in 1858, which secured a home for the Athenaeum Society. Thus the society initially operated out of a space in the Town Hall but, as the library and museum grew and expanded into the space which the Athenaeum Society occupied, the society was forced to cease all activities in that space.

In 1882 an Art School was founded in Port Elizabeth. The number of its members grew exponentially so new premises were sought after. In 1891 Dr Hewitt, the founder of the Young Men's Institute, was also looking for premises for his society. In that very year the Photographic Society and Naturalist Society were founded and also sought premises in which to operate. The four societies thus came together to reinvigorate the Athenaeum.

The Town Council subsequently granted the new Athenaeum some council land and offered to erect a building if each society contributed the equivalent of €1000, which they did. An agreement was signed that stated that the building would remain the property of the Town Council, but would be made available to the societies, rate free. It also stipulated that the Athenaeum Council was responsible for the interior maintenance of the building whilst the municipality was responsible for the exterior. The Athenaeum Council, together with further funding from the Town Council, erected The Athenaeum in 1896. Since its opening in 1896, the Athenaeum has been home to numerous creative societies and leveraged off partnerships with the Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA), the Arts Journey, the National Arts Festival, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism.

Port Elizabeth: 1900s

In 1946 the Port Elizabeth Music and Dramatic Society (PEMADS) rented and renovated the Loubser Hall into a theatre, which is known today as the Ford Little Theatre. In the early 2000s the Athenaeum building went into a state of dilapidation and closed down. The Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) took over the building in 2010 and started renovations. The Athenaeum and Ford Little Theatre were reopened in 2012.

Port Elizabeth: Present Day

The Athenaeum serves as a cradle of diverse activities within the arts industry. It showcases both national and international art exhibitions, live performances, art interventions and theatre shows. A number of emerging creatives hold office and studio space within the building. It is considered a fusion of new South African art and old South African design.. To ensure sustainability, The Athenaeum also offers services such as venue hire, exhibition hosting and curation, event management, bar services, marketing and promotion and service provider management.

Beaded quotes in The Athenaeum

Port Elizabeth: Ford Little Theatre

This venue is a stage for many creative industry pursuits, from live theatre productions and shows to live concerts, film screenings, conferences, debates and book launches.

Port Elizabeth: Sports

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in 2009

The city has facilities catering for cricket, rugby union, association football, field hockey and many other sports. Its coastal location also makes it a base for many watersports.

Port Elizabeth is the location of the St George's Park cricket ground, which holds test cricket matches. St George's Park is the oldest cricket ground in South Africa, and was the venue for the first Test match played outside of Australia or England, between South Africa and England on the 12 and 13 March 1889. The Warriors, a franchise cricket team in South Africa, is based in Port Elizabeth.

The headquarters of the Southern Spears rugby franchise was in Port Elizabeth. The long-standing Eastern Province Rugby Union, now commonly known as the Eastern Province Kings, formed the basis of the Spears franchise together with East London's Border Bulldogs. The remnants of the Spears were later reconstituted into the Southern Kings, also based in Port Elizabeth, which joined Super Rugby in 2013. The Southern Kings did not participate in Super Rugby in 2014 or 2015, and returned to Super Rugby in 2016, 2017, but were dropped for economical reasons by SARU. The Eastern Province Rugby Union play their home matches at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

In December 2011, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium became the new home of the South Africa Sevens, the country's leg of the annual IRB Sevens World Series in rugby sevens. The event had previously been held in three other cities, most recently in George in the Western Cape from 2002 to 2010. As of 2015, is hosted annually in Cape Town, in the Western Cape.

The city's main football club is Chippa United, they currently use the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium as their home ground. Previous clubs to play in the country's top tier were Bay United, Michau Warriors, Port Elizabeth Blackpool, Hotspur F.C., Port Elizabeth City and Westview Apollon.

The Algoa Bay Yacht Club operates out of the Port of Port Elizabeth.

Port Elizabeth: Government

Port Elizabeth had its own municipality from 1843 to 2000. Since then, it has formed part of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, and serves as the seat for the surrounding Cacadu District Municipality. It has a Magistrate's Court, a local seat of the Eastern Cape Division of the High Court, and a branch of the Labour Court. As a result of the presence of a High Court, several other related organs of state such as a Masters Office and a Director of Public Prosecutions are present in the city. All Government (mostly provincial) departments maintain branches or other offices in Port Elizabeth.

Port Elizabeth: Coat of arms

The Port Elizabeth municipality assumed a coat of arms on 9 January 1878. The design, prepared by Bradbury Wilkinson and Company (of London), was a simplified version of the arms of Sir Rufane Donkin : Gules, on a chevron Argent between two cinquefoils in chief and a bugle horn stringed in base Or, three buckles Sable; a chief embattled Argent thereon an elephant statant proper. The crest was a sailing ship, and the motto In meliora spera.

(In layman's terms : a red shield displaying, from top to bottom, an elephant on a silver horizontal strip whose lower edge is embattled, two gold cinquefoils, a silver chevron bearing three black buckles, and a gold bugle horn.)

Eighty years later, in 1958, the council made slight changes to the arms, and had them granted by the College of Arms. The changes consisted of adding two anchors to the chief of the shield, placing a red mural crown bearing three golden rings below the ship in the crest, and changing the motto to Tu meliora spera. The arms were registered with the Cape Provincial Administration in 1959, and at the Bureau of Heraldry in 1986.

Port Elizabeth: Education

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) was formed in 2005 by the amalgamation of the University of Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth Technikon, and the Port Elizabeth campus of Vista University. It is the largest university in the Eastern and Southern Cape, with around 24,000 students in seven faculties spread over five campuses.

The city has a number of top government-funded and private schools, including Alexander Road High School, Collegiate Girls' High School, Victoria Park High School, Grey High School, Pearson High School, Woodridge College, Andrew Rabie High School and Lawson Brown High School.

Port Elizabeth: Infrastructure

Port Elizabeth: Transport

Port Elizabeth: Roads

Port Elizabeth lies on the N2 road. To the west the road travels the Garden Route to George and Cape Town; to the east, the road runs through the so-called Border Country through Grahamstown, to East London then on to Durban, terminating in Ermelo in Mpumalanga. The R75 connects Port Elizabeth to the Karoo. The major routes within the city are numbered as metropolitan or M routes.

The city's main bus station is in Market Square. The public bus service is run by the Algoa Bus Company. Between 1881 and 1948, there was a Port Elizabeth tramway network, powered initially by horses, and later by electricity.

The city is in the process of building a bus rapid transit system which was intended for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This has been a massive failure as local taxi associations have prevented the implementation. Port Elizabeth lacks a proper public transport system which has had a negative impact on the poorer residents of the city who are dependent on public transport. Construction of the bus rapid transit network has been suspended due to mismanagement which led to the project missing its May 2010 deadline. Calls for the project, which has left many parts of the city in a permanent state of construction, have been made recently, and it is expected that the government will make a decision on the matter soon.

Port Elizabeth: Railway

Port Elizabeth railway station is served by South Africa's rail network. Local commuter services are operated by Metrorail, while the Shosholoza Meyl long-distance passenger service links PE with Johannesburg via Bloemfontein where it is possible to connect with other long-distance routes.

The Apple Express narrow-gauge tourist train to Avontuur operated from the separate station in Humewood Road near King's Beach. It departed regularly for Thornhill Village via Van Stadens River bridge, the highest narrow-gauge rail bridge in the world. The Apple Express was launched to provide a service to transport fresh produce and wood from the farms along the line to Avontuur. The line was completed in 1914 and the train delivered produce directly from the farms to ships in the Port Elizabeth Harbour. Due to modern transport methods such as containerisation, and refrigerated containers and trucks, the Apple Express and its services became redundant. Service has now ceased.

In preparation for the 2010 World Cup Soccer event the Humerail Station was extensively upgraded. Several disused narrow gauge goods wagons were scrapped and removed from the site, several buildings in the area have also been renovated and revamped.

Port Elizabeth: Air

Port Elizabeth Airport (IATA airport code PLZ, ICAO airport code FAPE) serves the city for both passenger and cargo traffic. It is the fourth busiest airport in South Africa after Johannesburg International Airport, King Shaka International Airport in Durban, and Cape Town International Airport.

International visitors to the city must currently fly to either Johannesburg, Cape Town or Durban, and then take a domestic flight to Port Elizabeth. An upgrade to the terminal building, completed in 2004, created the necessary facilities to handle international flights although none are scheduled as yet.

Port Elizabeth: Sea

Port Elizabeth has a harbour in Algoa Bay, and the construction of an additional international harbour at Coega has supported an increase in the size of the city's industries and the addition of new industries.

Port Elizabeth: Health care

The city has government-funded and private hospitals, including:

  • Aurora Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Dora Nginza Hospital
  • Elizabeth Donkin Hospital
  • Empilweni Hospital
  • Hunterscraig Private Hospital
  • Jose Pearson TB Hospital
  • Livingstone Hospital
  • Mercantile Private Hospital
  • Netcare Greenacres Hospital
  • Nightingale Subacute Hospital
  • Oasim Private Hospital
  • Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital
  • St George's Hospital
  • Westways Private Hospital

Port Elizabeth: Notable people

  • Gideon Barnard - cricketer
  • Karl Bauermeister - cricketer
  • Johan Botha – cricketer
  • Schalk Burger – rugby union player; 2004 IRB International Player of the Year
  • Adrienne Camp – singer-songwriter
  • Thinus Delport – rugby union player
  • Gabriella Demetriades – model
  • Athol Fugard – Playwright, novelist
  • Danie Gerber – rugby union player
  • Rodney Howard-Browne – Charismatic Christian evangelist in the US
  • Danny Jordaan – 2010 FIFA world cup organising committee boss
  • Len Killeen – rugby union player
  • Zolani Mahola – actress and singer-songwriter with the band Freshlyground
  • Shashi Naidoo – actress and TV anchor
  • Zim Ngqawana – jazz musician
  • Wayne Parnell – cricketer
  • Alviro Petersen – cricketer
  • Robin Peterson – cricketer
  • Shawn Phillips – singer-songwriter
  • Graeme Pollock – cricketer
  • Peter Pollock – cricketer
  • Shaun Pollock – cricketer
  • Ashwell Prince – cricketer
  • Patrick Soon-Shiong – billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist; part-owner of the LA Lakers; graduate of PE's Chinese High School
  • Mzwandile Stick – rugby union player; former captain of the national sevens team; Backline coach for the South African Rugby Team
  • Reeva Steenkamp – model
  • Joe van Niekerk – rugby union player
  • Siya Kolisi – rugby union Player
  • Nikki Williams – singer-songwriter
  • Russell Domingo – cricket coach
  • Daine Klate - football (soccer) player

Port Elizabeth: See also

  • Red Location Museum
  • List of heritage sites in Port Elizabeth
  • Fort Frederick, Eastern Cape
  • Bloemendal
  • National Monument
  • Victorian era
  • Donkin Heritage Trail
  • Official website
  • Port Elizabeth Community website
  • https://www.http://www.theathenaeum.co.za/
  • https://www.nmbt.co.za/listing/pemads_ford_little_theatre_.html

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