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Boxer’s second superstore opening soon in Qumbu

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The team at Boxer Superstores Qumbu cannot wait to see and serve you on October 20.                                                    photo:SUPPLIED
The team at Boxer Superstores Qumbu cannot wait to see and serve you on October 20. photo:SUPPLIED

QUMBU shoppers have less than a week to wait before a second Boxer Superstore opens for business and another opportunity to shop at Africa’s favourite Discount Supermarket begins!

Boxer Superstores Qumbu will be the second Boxer Superstore to open in town and will be based at 91 Main Street.

Like its other much loved store, Boxer Qumbu will have everything you need ‘all under one roof,’ whether you need to top up on your electricity, play the lotto, pay your DSTV bills and other EasyPay accounts, or access your funds at the TymeBank kiosk.

If you are a SASSA grantee, you can check your balance plus withdraw your monthly grant at any till.

In addition, registering for a Boxercom SIM card will take only a few minutes and with R40 million in FREE airtime up for grabs by simply purchasing advertised items, Qumbu families will be able to stay in touch longer, for less!

Incredible store opening specials and a range of fresh food and produce departments await you when doors open. Within the butchery, highly trained staff will prepare a wide range of fresh, frozen and pre-packed cuts of meat.

A short walk over to the bakery promises a reward of tasty, freshly baked bread and confectionery.

The fruit and vegetable department is packed with a range of seasonal fresh produce every day.

Boxer Superstores Qumbu opens its doors at 07:00 on October 20. See you there!

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