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Halfway House Post Office



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The South African Post Office.

Halfway House Post Office

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Latitude -25.9963° S 25.9963° S 25° 59' 46.68" -25° 59.778'
Longitude 28.1277° E 28.1277° E 28° 7' 39.72" 28° 7.662'
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Boulders Centre
Old Pretoria Road
Halfway House
Midrand
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 805 2311
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 805 2311

Fax No.
011 805 0622
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 805 0622

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Halfway House Post Office has 2 comment/s

On 23 Feb 2012 Corrie Kriel said:
For the past few months I do not receive any post at my street address 13 Barbet street, Halfway Gardens, 1686. This is not my first complaint. Last time I complained I received about three months post all at once. I am really not happy with the service of this post office.





Corrie Kriel
Financial Controller: Technology Group
Shared Services: Finance
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On 08 Mar 2012 Pam Panther said:
I live at 20 Clifford Crescent - Hutton Gate - Midstream Estates and have not received any mail for the last 3 months, including 3 magazines to which Id subscribe to on a monthly basis.
Please deliver my mail.
Many thanks.
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