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Debonairs Pizza - Grahamstown



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Debonairs Pizza is the leading pizza restaurant in Africa. It was established in 1991 by two university students, one being Craig McKenzie, who operated from a family bakery in Pietermaritzburg. In 1996 Debonairs Pizza was acquired by the highly successful Steers Group of Companies, (now Famous Brands) giving the restaurant access to the most professional and polished support system available within the fast food franchising industry.

Debonairs Pizza - Grahamstown

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Latitude -33.3110° S 33.3110° S 33° 18' 39.6" -33° 18.66'
Longitude 26.5211° E 26.5211° E 26° 31' 15.96" 26° 31.266'
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Grahamstown
Eastern Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
046 622 7661
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 46 622 7661

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