Denmark will kick off their campaign against the Netherlands in Johannesburg's Soccer City Stadium. They will then travel to Tshwane/ Pretoria to face Cameroon.
Travel options between Johannesburg and Tshwane
By minibus taxi: Minibuses, or taxis as they are known in South Africa, are the most popular mode of transport between these two cities. Make your way to Johannesburg Central Business District (CBD) and catch a taxi to Tshwane/ Pretoria. Johannesburg and Pretoria have designated taxi ranks that transport passengers in between the two host cities. Minibus taxis operate on a strictly cash-only basis.
By train: Regular train services are available between these two cities. Take a train from Johannesburg’s Park Station (in the CBD) at Rissik Street that will take you to the city of Tshwane/ Pretoria. http://www.shosholozameyl.co.za/
By cab/meter taxi: The relatively short distance between these two cities makes this a viable and reliable transport option. Cab/meter taxis are available across main transport hubs in Johannesburg.
From Tshwane/Pretoria, Denmark must then make the short journey to Rustenburg to face Japan.
Travel options from Tshwane/ Pretoria to Rustenburg
By car: A convenient distance to travel by car, from Pretoria you travel west using the N1 North until taking the exit for the N4. Tempting stops on the way are the Hartbeespoort Damn and the breathtaking Sun City resorts.
By bus: The main bus terminus in Pretoria is on the north-east corner of Church Square in downtown Pretoria. From there, you can catch a bus to Rustenburg.