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Durbanville Post Office

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Latitude -33.8304° S 33.8304° S 33° 49' 49.44" -33° 49.824'
Longitude 18.6468° E 18.6468° E 18° 38' 48.48" 18° 38.808'
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39 Oxford Street
Durbanville
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 976 1454
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 976 1454

Fax No.
021 975 3278
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 975 3278

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Durbanville Post Office has 3 comment/s

On 11 Jan 2011 Sharon Kriel said:
Please show your opening and closing times on your website.

On 20 Jan 2011 Morne Kruger said:
Hi

Can you please cancelle my post box 1502

I am no longer in the country and will not be making use of it any longer

Many thanks

On 19 Nov 2011 Jurgens Schoeman said:
To Whom It May Concern
Parcel posted in Pretoria on 16 November 2011. Premium fee paid for Speed Post to Durbanvile - Cape Town. It is now 09h30 on the 19 November 2011 and I have not received any notification of delivery. The tracking number is : TC156007444ZA.
This is unacceptable and I urgently must know ...WHERE is the parcel ?
Also, I must be given a refund on the Speed Post rate that must be downgraed to normal mail rate.
I have 'phoned the Durbanville Post Office this morning on teh two available telephone numbers and there is NO reply. ...Also unacceptable.
Please revert urgently to my e:mail address and you can also 'phone me on 0833032882.
Regards,
JJ schoeman
PS: Your comment nemly "DON'T type your comment using only CAPS. It looks childish and it will be deleted" is totally unprofessional !! ...Rephrase !
This 'mail will be forwarded to the directorate of Post services for comment/
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