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Dis-Chem has been rated as the country's best pharmacy chain by Professional Management Review, and has also been voted as Best Pharmacy, Best Medical Supply Store and Best Health Store in both The Star Your Choice and Pretoria News Readers Survey, as well as in the Leisure Options Readers Choice Awards. What makes this so special is that the readers voted for their favourite businesses or establishments, so we thank all our customers who voted for us.

Dis-Chem - Northgate

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Latitude -26.0608° S 26.0608° S 26° 3' 38.88" -26° 3.648'
Longitude 27.9445° E 27.9445° E 27° 56' 40.2" 27° 56.67'
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Northgate Shopping Centre
Cnr Olievenhout & Northumberland Road
North Riding
Randburg
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 794 9433
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 794 9433

Fax No.
011 794 9434
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 794 9434

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