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Pick 'n Pay - The Bridge



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The Pick n Pay Group is one of Africa's largest and most consistently successful retailers of food, general merchandise and clothing.

Today, the Pick n Pay Group has a total of 775 stores, made up of Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Family Stores (which are franchise stores). Pick n Pay employs over 38 000 people, and generates an annual turnover of USD6.76-billion.

Normal trading hours:
07:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 07:00 - 17:00
Sunday: 09:00 - 15:00

Pick n Pay - The Bridge

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Latitude -26.1980° S 26.1980° S 26° 11' 52.8" -26° 11.88'
Longitude 28.0450° E 28.0450° E 28° 2' 42" 28° 2.7'
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The Bridge Centre
Cnr Wanderers & Noord Streets
Johannesburg
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 725 2111
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 725 2111

Fax No.
011 725 2700
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 725 2700

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On 21 Jul 2011 sabelo dlamini said:
I work in Boksburg and arrive at 18h25 in jhb train station and by that time then brad is finished can you keep pick n pay brown bread (4 loafs) for me tonight 21 july 2011 to pick up, please, thanks.
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