Postnet - Menlyn
Description PostNet was founded in 1994 when there was an urgent need in South Africa for an operation that could deliver a range of efficient business solutions. PostNet SA (Pty) Ltd is wholly owned by the OneLogix Group Limited, which is listed on the Alt-X sector of the JSE Securities Exchange SA. The OneLogix Group Limited subsidiaries are PostNet Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd, Vehicle Delivery Services, Commercial Vehicle Delivery Services, Press Support, MagScene, Media Express and more recently RFB Logistics. Today, PostNet is SA's largest privately owned counter network in the document and parcel industry, trading across over 227 owner-managed retail stores. PostNet serves in excess of 55,000 'walk in' customers per day, countrywide. There are five product types within PostNet; Courier, Copy & Print, Digital and Stationery, Mailboxes. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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S 25° 47' 38.4" -25° 47.64' Longitude
E 28° 16' 57" 28° 16.95' QR Codes
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Address Waterglen Shopping Centre Cnr General Louis Botha & Garsfontein Road Waterkloof Glen Pretoria Gauteng South Africa Phone No. 012 998 2484 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 998 2484 Fax No. 086 611 8690 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 86 611 8690 More Information Local Weather Map
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Kruger Park - Shimuwini ( Website)
Shimuwini is a Shangaan word for "Place of the Baobab Tree". The camp is so named because the nearby Letaba River which fronts the cottages, is lined with these huge trees, one of them estimated to be between 2 000 and 3 000 years old. Shimuwini Bushveld Camp is the most modern of the bushveld camps, being completely rebuilt after the floods in 2000.
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