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Musica - Cavendish Mega



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Musica is the largest retailer of music and related entertainment merchandise in South Africa. Musica has expanded beyond its traditional core music business to a broader range of entertainment products, including DVDs (music and movies), gaming (including computer games), lifestyle accessories (clothing, figurines, novelty goods) and online entertainment. Musica aims to be the "first choice popular entertainment experience".

Musica - Cavendish Mega

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Latitude -33.9806° S 33.9806° S 33° 58' 50.16" -33° 58.836'
Longitude 18.4631° E 18.4631° E 18° 27' 47.16" 18° 27.786'
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Shop G13
Cavendish Connect
Claremont
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 683 0665
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 683 0665

Fax No.
021 674 5271
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 674 5271

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