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Checkers Hyper - Klerksdorp



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Welcome to Checkers Hyper, one of South Africa's leading supermarkets.

We pride ourselves in offering a wide range of fresh products, choice foods and exclusive ranges. Steakhouse Classic is our exclusive range of extra-matured, vacuum-packed, A-grade steak.

At our Wine Route you'll find wines from over 80 leading estates at cellar prices.

Our Cheese World boasts over 400 cheeses.

Certified Natural Lamb is our exclusive range of lamb that is free-range and free of antibiotics with no added hormones.

Please see the Checkers website (link lower down on this page) for trading hours

Checkers Hyper - Klerksdorp

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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -26.8754° S 26.8754° S 26° 52' 31.44" -26° 52.524'
Longitude 26.6647° E 26.6647° E 26° 39' 52.92" 26° 39.882'
Address
Cnr Kerk & Margrietha Street
Klerksdorp
North West
South Africa
Phone No.
018 464 0500
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 18 464 0500

Fax No.
018 464 0538
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 18 464 0538

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