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Makro - Strubens Valley



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Makro comprises 13 warehouse clubs in South Africa and two similar formats in Zimbabwe trading in food, general merchandise and liquor. All stores operate in major metropolitan areas and apart from the food offering which is largely resold by independent traders into the lsm 3 - 6 markets, all target the lsm 6 - 10 market.

Makro - Strubens Valley

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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -26.1240° S 26.1240° S 26° 7' 26.4" -26° 7.44'
Longitude 27.9067° E 27.9067° E 27° 54' 24.12" 27° 54.402'
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Corner Hendrik Potgieter
and Christiaan De Wet Drive
Roodepoort
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
086 030 2999
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 86 030 2999

Fax No.
086 040 2999
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 86 040 2999

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