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Checkers Centre - Plumstead

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Latitude -34.0224° S 34.0224° S 34° 1' 20.64" -34° 1.344'
Longitude 18.4687° E 18.4687° E 18° 28' 7.32" 18° 28.122'
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Plumstead
Southern Suburbs
Western Cape
South Africa
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On 06 Oct 2010 jane said:
Good day,
I am consultant in the Women’s' ministry in Observatory, we are now raising funds for challenged women and women who needs support around the western cape province. I would like find out if it is possible to come display and sell my books for just a day or two at your mall. If so, please send me procedures that i must follow.

Your response will be highly appreciated.

kind Regards,
Jane Mphelo
consultant
Women And Beyond
Office Contact: 021 447 7127
Mobile Contact: 078 146 0388
e-mail address: capetown@justethel.co.za
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