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McDonalds - Witbank



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McDonald's opened its first restaurant in South Africa in November 1995. Today, McDonald's operates 132 restaurants in nine of South Africa's provinces - Gauteng, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga, Free State, Northern Province, North West and Northern Cape.

McDonalds - Witbank

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Latitude -25.8749° S 25.8749° S 25° 52' 29.64" -25° 52.494'
Longitude 29.2318° E 29.2318° E 29° 13' 54.48" 29° 13.908'
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Cnr. President Avenue & Christian de Wet Street
Witbank
Mpumalanga
South Africa
Phone No.
013 656 6024
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 13 656 6024

Fax No.
013 690 3019
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 13 690 3019

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