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Miladys - Rustenburg Game



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At Miladys the belief is that fashion isn't about age, it's about attitude. This fashion retailer provides classic and updated classic clothing, footwear, intimate wear and accessories to women throughout South Africa, Swaziland, Botswana and Namibia. Brands include Rene Taylor which caters for the fuller figured woman, Ml for classic and contemporary formal and leisurewear apparel, and Sequel for intimate and sleepwear. Targeting women between the ages of 30 and 55, Miladys' mission is to provide our customers with a shopping experience that exceeds expectations with product assortments that give pleasure and satisfaction in buying and wearing.

Miladys - Rustenburg Game

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Latitude -25.6721° S 25.6721° S 25° 40' 19.56" -25° 40.326'
Longitude 27.2428° E 27.2428° E 27° 14' 34.08" 27° 14.568'
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Shop 18 Biblio Plaza
Cnr President Thabo Mbeki &
Nelson Mandela Dr Rustenburg
North West
South Africa
Phone No.
014 592 9696
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 14 592 9696

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