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Woolworths is a respected retail chain that offers a selected range of clothing, homeware, food and financial services, all under its own brand name. Men, women and children’s clothing is known for its exceptional quality and durability, and all items have labels that indicate materials used and country of manufacture.

Woolworths homeware offers shoppers stylish contemporary ranges of items for the home, enabling customers to select a look that suits their wants and needs at affordable prices.

Woolworths - Midrand

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Latitude -25.9761° S 25.9761° S 25° 58' 33.96" -25° 58.566'
Longitude 28.1180° E 28.1180° E 28° 7' 4.8" 28° 7.08'
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San Ridge Square
Cnr New & Lever Roads
Midrand
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 848 1840
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 848 1840

Fax No.
No fax number available

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