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Shelly Centre, your mall of choice, is the KZN South Coast’s most popular shopping destination. Conveniently situated in Shelly Beach, just a few minutes’ drive off the N2, the Centre offers one-stop shopping, business services and entertainment. In addition to the great offering of stores, restaurants and 6 cinemas, shoppers can look forward to a relaxed shopping experience. Locals and tourists all agree… Shelly Centre is the place to be!

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contents 7 Welcome 08 What’s On Women’s Day Breakfast at Shelly Centre 09 Fashion New Winter Wardrobe and Makeover for Marian 10 Become Accessories Wise 12 Ultimate Beauty Tips 15 Boots, Belts and Bags 18 Health Natural Ways to Ward Off Winter Chills 21 Lifestyle Five Simple Tips for Decorating on a Budget 22 Entertainment Food Just Got More Exciting at Shelly Centre 23 Upcoming Movie Releases from Ster Kinekor 27 Technology Shopping Paradise on the South Coast 28 DVD Releases from Musica 29 CD Releases from Musica 30 Can Social Media Get You Fired? 32 Store Directory

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If you find yourself asking what happened to the first half of this year, you’re not alone! It’s hard to believe 2014 is half way through. Upon reflection, we’ve had some fantastic competitions and events for our shoppers so far this year. Over the past six months Shelly Centre has given away a luxury weekend for two at a five star boutique lodge and spa, dazzled you with the excitement of the Africa Bike Week Mass Ride, hosted a Father’s Day Race Event on Centre Court where two lucky participants won tickets to Top Gear 2014 and if that wasn’t enough, we gave one ecstatic shopper and her daughter a Winter Wardrobe and exclusive makeover with exMiss SA Megan Coleman worth R30 000! From a store perspective we’ve had some incredibly exciting developments as well. In the very near future you won’t need to wonder where to take the kids for a meal,

as three of our restaurants, Georgia Spur, John Dory’s and Panarottis will all boast state of the art children’s play areas! We are also delighted to have new tenant Telkom Mobile as part of the Shelly Centre family. Much has happened and we still have plenty in store, so like us on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter to stay in the know! Until next time, enjoy shopping at your mall of choice!


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Women’s Day t s a @ f k a ShellyCentre e r B Exciting news ladies, Shelly Centre’s Women’s Day Breakfast is back and you’re invited! Join us on Saturday the 9 August 2014 from 7am – 9am for a morning of inspirational food for thought and celebrating womanhood. Local leukaemia survivor Jamie-Lee Caple, will be joining us for a catch up along with an incredible key note speaker, not to be missed!

A light breakfast will be provided on the morning and each guest will go home with a fabulous goodie bag! The breakfast is in support of The Sunflower Fund. Tickets will be sold for R150 each with all proceeds going to this very worthy cause.



The Sunflower Fund was formed in 1999 in support of the SABMR and was inspired by Chris Corlett and Darren Serebro’s heroic struggle against leukaemia. It was formed by parents whose children had contracted leukaemia, and in some cases had lost their battle against it. Their aim was to secure financial support in order to increase the number of bone marrow stem cell donors in South Africa. The Sunflower Fund aims to educate and recruit a viable source of wellinformed potential bone marrow stem cell donors who are ethnically diverse, in an effort to save the lives of those needing a transplant when suffering from life-threatening blood disorders. It strives to maintain the associated donor records of the South African Bone Marrow Registry.

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Marian BEFORE her make-over

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After spending just R300 at Shelly Centre during the month of May and entering our Win Your Winter Wardrobe competition, Marian Patterson won herself and her daughter Sherry-Lynn a brand new winter wardrobe and once in a lifetime makeover with ex-Miss SA Megan Coleman worth R30 000!! Included in her prize was a colour analysis, figure analysis, make-up lesson, cosmetics to the value of R2 000, a shopping spree and a professional photoshoot! Marian and her daughter were also treated to lunch courtesy of Mojo’z and a new hairstyle with Rollers & Pins! Congratulations Marian! If you would like to be our next winner, keep an eye on our Facebook page for competition details. From left to right: Megan Coleman, Sherry-Lynn Patterson (daughter of the winner), Marian Patterson (winner) and Fay Coleman

Sherry-Lynn BEFORE her make-over

Sherry-Lynn AFTER her make-over

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e m o c e baccessorieswize Bling out your best features with fashion!

Choose accessories that highlight your favourite features and minimise your notso-favourite ones. Update your look with this winter’s funkiest scarves, in colours that will make your eye-colour pop. A fashionable tie-pin and earring can do the trick. And don’t let anyone tell you that cufflinks are last season – these timeless accoutrements will make you the Bond of the ball.

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Bag the look you want! Whatever the look you are aiming to create, be it arty, elegant, sporty or business-like‌you can achieve it quite simply by selecting the right accessories. You don’t need to rob a bank to look like a bank manager. Make sure your shoes and man-bag or folder match. Get wise about ties and savvy about socks! A little bit of colour peeking from under your trouser hems is regarded fashionable, as long as your trousers meet your shoes when you stand up.

As a rule of thumb, pick three! Stick to no more than three key pieces of jewellery at any time. Be it a cuff, ring, necklace or earring, more than 3 pieces will be way too busy. Take one last look in the mirror before you leave the house, and if necessary, remove the last bit of bling you put on. Less really is more!

Glamourize your gadgets! If you want to dress for success, invest in a stylish laptop bag or a designer cover for your smartphone, i-Pad, tablet or a laptop. Apart from looking uber-smart it will help seal that business deal!

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Well known make-up artist and events co-ordinator Stacey Upfold gives expert advice on how to create the ultimate new you! First up in a series of beauty tips, is how to apply the perfect foundation to help you get gorgeous before Winter sets in…




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Ultimate Foundation Anyone can fake perfect skin – it all comes down to choosing the right colour and type for your complexion, and then learning how to apply it. Even top models need a bit of assistance to achieve a flawless skin, and often it is an illusion created by us make-up artists. The secret weapon is the foundation: used skilfully it can mask tiredness, camouflage blotches and blemishes, and create a fresh, even look. With the right colour, formula and technique, noone will know that it’s there – except you! Today, foundations come in a variety of formulas to suit every skin type: from thick blemish-covering creams to light barely-there gels. Invest in a good quality foundation as it is the base for all great make-up.

Foundation 101… Ensure your face is cleansed, toned and moisturised. Place a little foundation in the palm of your hand and use it like a palette. This warms up the foundation to body temperature and means that it slides on smoothly. - Dot foundation onto the forehead, cheeks, chin and nose. This can be done by using fingertips, a sponge or a foundation brush. - Blend the foundation outwards across the cheeks, forehead and nose. Fade it out gradually down to the jaw and towards the hairline. - Use your ring finger (it has a lighter touch than the index finger) to dot concealer around your eyes and gently pat it in. Don’t put it on your lids as it can cause eye shadows and creams to crease. - For a better blended and more even finish – sweep the clean side of a sponge over your face, and then do a final check in natural daylight. If you look good in this, you should look great in any light.

Foundation Tips… - Build up foundation gradually; it is easier to add than to remove! - Blend, blend, blend! Foundation should never be visible. - Let your foundation settle before moving onto the next stage. - Don’t use foundation to add colour – rather use a bronzer.



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Walking through winter with attitude takes fancy footwork!

Show off your swag in this winter’s boots, which range from thigh-high to flat ankle boots (and everything in between). The masculine-feminine trend comes out with flashes of metal, fur, feathers and charms. Shop for the perfect pair that expresses your personal style! And don’t shy away from eye catching colours.

It’s time to let the cat out of the bag! It’s no secret! From faux fur to Faberge-like embellishments, the buzz word for this season’s bags: ambiguity! Deep black bags with psychedelic accents, classic lines adorned with rebellious spikes, masculine/feminine contrasts… this season opposites definitely attract. The same applies to belts.

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Brew a feisty flu-fighting fiery Toddy 1 Cup of freshly-brewed tea ½ cup orange juice ½ cup apple juice 1 tbsp. honey 2 cloves ½ tsp. powdered ginger ½ tsp. chai masala ½ tsp. powdered star anise ½ tsp. crushed black pepper ½ tsp. nutmeg

1. Pour the tea, fruit juices and honey in a saucepan and bring to the boil on a medium heat. 2. Add the spices then simmer for 5 few minutes. 3. Remove from the heat and let the mixture steep for a further 5 minutes. 4. Strain the Toddy and serve it hot (with a stick of cinnamon and slice of lemon, for garnish).

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Elderberry Elderberry, also known as sambucus, has been used for centuries to treat respiratory illnesses such as colds and flu. In addition to its apparent antibacterial and antiviral properties, Elder is rich in antioxidants, helping the body to maintain healthy cells. Studies suggest that the flowers and berries may help reduce swelling of the mucous membranes, helping to alleviate nasal congestion. In a study published in the Journal of International Medical Research, researchers gave 60 flu sufferers a placebo or elderberry syrup four times a day. The elderberry group recovered an average of four days faster. There are a number of products on the market that include Elderberry extracts. Ask your pharmacist or natural health practitioner to recommend one.

Echinacea Echinacea is a flowering plant that grows throughout the U.S. and Canada, where it has been used for centuries to treat respiratory infections. Although there is no conclusive understanding of how it works, several studies indicate that echinacea can help you get over a cold faster and reduce symptoms. Popularised by recent media campaigns, A Vogel’s Echinaforce is probably the best known Echinacea product. There are, however, a number of treatments that are effective, such as Linctagon. The effervescent tablets have a delicious orange flavour, making them a favourite in many moms’ medicine cabinets.

Drink warm liquids There is truth in the old belief that chicken soup does wonders for a cold. While it won’t cure an upper respiratory infection, it will relieve some of the nasty symptoms. A mug of hot tea and lemon will also do the trick. Another natural favourite is a mug of tea steeped with fresh ginger. Ginger is a natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, and will soothe a sore throat. Add a teaspoon of honey to double the impact. Honey is an effective (and delicious) way to treat coughs!

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Get plenty of rest Your body needs time to heal, so grab your blankie and snuggle up with a book. If you are struggling to sleep due to congestion, use a humidifier or vaporizer all night to release moisture into the air. Steam can loosen congestion and moisturize your nasal passages. Apart from helping you to breathe easier, moist air can soothe irritated tissues in your nose and throat

Essential Oils Add a drop of peppermint, eucalyptus or lavender essential oil to your bath water (or sprinkle a few drops on the floor of your shower) and soak up the soothing, aromatic steam. If you are struggling with congestion, put a few drops of eucalyptus oil in a bowl of water, place a towel over your head, then lower it over the bowl to inhale the vapours. The steam will sooth your mucous membranes while the antibacterial oil goes to work.

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1. Keep your backdrop (walls and furniture) neutral. Then give your look a seasonal lift with colourful cushion-covers, vases, candles and other accessories. 2. Paint one wall in the room in a new, bold colour every season! 3. Hang big canvasses painted in interior latex paint to brighten any room.

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4. Shop online! You will find great conversation pieces at a fraction of the price you’d expect to pay. 5. Purchase multi-purpose furniture such as the popular ottoman/coffee table/storage unit combo! Economical on space as well as your wallet.

Shop at Shelly Centre for stylish soft furnishings, ornaments and arty adornments for your home. Visit our website to be inspired by the latest dĂŠcor trends!


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Over the past while much has been happening behind the scenes at two our restaurants, John Dory’s and Panarottis. As of the 20 June 2014, in addition to completely new, more modern décor these restaurants will now boast mezzanine levels, extra seating and amazing new, state of the art, multi-level children’s play areas you will have to see to believe! This exciting transformation means you will now be able to enjoy your favourite food (in more modern surroundings) while the kids safely explore the incredible, themed play areas. In the near future similar renovations will begin at Spur, including the incorporation of yet another incredible children’s play area! Leaving you absolutely spoiled for choice when it comes to where to take the kids for a bite out. For more information regarding the renovations, please contact Centre Management on 039 315 1304.

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Movie: Blended Release Date: 4 July

“Blended” marks the third comedy collaboration between stars Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, following their successful onscreen pairings in the hit romantic comedies “50 First Dates” and “The Wedding Singer.” Synopsis: After a bad blind date, a man and woman find themselves stuck together at a resort for families, where their attraction grows as their respective kids benefit from the burgeoning relationship.

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coming soon! Movie: Think Like A Man Too Release Date: 25 July A sequel to the 2012 comedy Think like a Man, this film follows the same couples on their way to Las Vegas for a wedding. But plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event. DIRECTED BY Tim Story PRODUCED BY Will Packer STARRING Adam Brody, Dennis Haysbert, Gabrielle Union, Gary Owen, Jenifer Lewis, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Hart, Meagan Good, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall, Romany Malco, Taraji P. Henson

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Movie: Step Up: All In Release Date: 1 August This fifth instalment in the Step Up series brings the return of previous stars including Briana Evigan, Ryan Guzman, Stephen “tWitch� Boss, Alyson Stoner and Adam G. Sevani. Set in Las Vegas, this chapter shows the stars coming together to take part in a competition that will define their dreams and their careers. DIRECTED BY Tish Sie PRODUCED BY Adam Shankman,Jennifer Gibgot STARRING Adam G. Sevani,Alyson Stoner,Briana Evigan,Ryan Guzman,Stephen Boss

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From tea and cake to T-bone steak! Shelly Centre’s coffee shops and restaurants offer a wide range of delicious food to suit every taste. Visit our blog to learn more about the latest specials!

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entertainment South Coast Style is an upmarket lifestyle publication with modern, fresh and seasonal content. The lifestyle section on the reverse of the Southern Explorer gives Southern Explorer members and Corporate Business the opportunity to showcase their brands in an innovative and stylish format. It is an interesting read, showcasing the “faces behind the places!� Get your copy from the Tourism Visitor Information Centre in Shelly Centre!

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The KwaZulu Natal South Coast is one of those rare places on earth that offers an experience so complete, it becomes a timeless and constantly revisited fixture on every traveller’s itinerary. With almost 120km of beaches that become havens for swimming, surfing, fishing and diving, rugged untamed landscape perfect for hiking and 4x4 expeditions - the natural wonders of the area are immediately apparent.

But the South Coast is also a haven for the shopping aficionado! Whatever it is that our heart desires, the South Coast offers a treasure trove of options and delights. Take time out from the anxieties of life, and immerse yourself in the luxuries of retail therapy where the environment is relaxing and friendly. Shelly Centre is easily the South Coast’s most popular seaside shopping destination, as it offers it all! No matter who you are, or what you are on the lookout for, your needs will be met and exceeded in a friendly atmosphere that will keep bringing you back for more of that relaxed shopping experience.

DO YOU FEEL THE NEED FOR SPEED? Are you tickled by the urge to burn some serious rubber or take to the skies like a bird. Then look no further than the vast options of radio controlled (RC) planes, helicopters, monster trucks, cars and boats from Denkit Hobbies. The range is as large as your imagination!

Indulge in a bit of retail therapy in air-conditioned comfort, relax whilst watching the latest movie in style, feast on an array of food options or simply take yourself on a window shopping stroll through a world of delicious possibilities! The choice is endless... from the smaller specialist stores, through to the larger national retail chains, you will not be disappointed. 24 hour security gives you the peace of mind to concentrate on the more important issues at hand, such as which shoes to buy to perfectly complement your new outfit!

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LEGO – THE MOVIE (Available 30 June on DVD, Blu-Ray & 3D Blu-Ray)

The LEGO Movie is a 3D animated film which follows lead character, Emmet a completely ordinary LEGO mini-figure who is identified as the most “extraordinary person” and the key to saving the Lego universe. Emmet and his friends go on an epic journey to stop the evil tyrant, Lord Business.


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This album is a rainbow of emotions, and it tells stories of heartache, romance and love. She celebrates her journey in life, with this Afrikaans pop, and slightly more adult contemporary album. Included on the track listing is the already play listed, HIT single; MY HART BLOEI VIR JOU - as well as 14 other brand new songs. This album proves Elizma is here to stay, and after all the exciting changes in her life, with her recent marriage and new born baby, she is back on a roll, ready to share her joy through music! This CD is full of surprises and it will leave the listener touched, and wanting more.

The Boss of the dance floor, Snotkop, is back with his long awaited album “Soos ‘n Boss”. This album aims to join Snotkop’s long list of platinum and gold-selling albums. The album consists of 14 tracks which will keep you on the dance floor from start to finish. The whole of South Africa is talking about Snotkop’s first single “Agter op my fiets”. His new pimped-up bicycle is the talk of the town and is already a feature of Snotkop’s unique style. The follow-up single “Rock my Amadeus” is a remake of the well known hit done in the way that only Snotkop can. After the success of “Song vir my dad” Snotkop decided to do a song for all the mothers, “Altyd ma se kind”, a beautiful heartfelt ballade. The rest of the album is jam packed with pop-dance hits like “Soos ‘n Boss”, “Hiekies is Hartenbos”, “Aktiwiteite wat belangrik is” and many more. With brilliant productions and unique song writing Snotkop has carved out a special place in the Afrikaners hearts. Get Snotkop “Soos ‘n Boss” now, put your dancing shoes on and become the Boss of your dance-floor.

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Social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Blogger, LinkedIn and many others have become increasingly popular not only for social purposes, but also as tools to assist in job hunting and business networking. Unfortunately, not everyone is aware that, as useful as these social media sites may be, there also lurks hidden dangers for the online ‘socialite’.

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The South African approach to the use of social media in employment situations is still developing, with limited guidance by our courts to use as reference. The growing trend for employers to keep tabs on their employees’ social media interactions will however in time grow the reference base for the use of social media and help clarify what can and cannot be used against an employee. In a recent South African decision the Judge relied on information posted on an ex-employee’s LinkedIn online account as evidence that this employee did indeed foster a relationship with his previous employer’s clients. It has also become a growing practice to utilise information on social media sites, including status updates or twitter feeds, as evidence in support of legal cases.

It is therefore more and more apparent that managing your online presence and filtering what you post on social media sites is crucially important, and that a casual approach to online ‘socializing’ could hold serious consequences for an employee. The following guidelines can help in identifying online posts that could pose a danger to you: • Negative, insulting, inaccurate or inappropriate statements pertaining to your boss, your colleagues, your company, your products, your suppliers or customers, or even your competitors may very well get you fired. • Posting or being tagged in inappropriate pictures or posting remarks that conflict with the company’s vision, mission and values, may have a negative influence on your company’s image and is also best avoided. • Posting status updates or photos whilst being on sick leave or posting pictures of attending non-work related social events during working hours may give your employer grounds for accusing you of misconduct. • Posting confidential or sensitive information that relates to your job or company or clients could jeopardize the company and its clients and should also be avoided at all times. These guidelines are not meant to discourage social engagement, but rather highlight the need to be cautious and sensitive to acceptable social media usage. With information available at a click of a button, special care needs to be taken to avoid misuse thereof. As an employee, the following tips should be kept in mind when managing your social profiles: • Know the company’s social media policy. Many companies have these in place and these policies generally govern the employees’ usage of social media platforms. Make sure that the content of this policy is understood by you and ensure that your profiles and postings comply with these policies. • Check your privacy settings. Most social media sites have ways to control who can view your profile and who is restricted. Take care in considering who you grant access to your profile and your content. • Monitor your profiles regularly, checking for photo’s or posts that are not in line with your company’s policies. This way tags or unwanted posts of any nature can be removed before causing problems for you in your workplace. Whether you are a junior employee or a member of management, the same rules apply – you represent the company and even your conduct on social media sites can hurt and impact the name and reputation of the company and in turn impact on your employment with the company. For employers, note should be taken of the dangers lurking on social media sites and the unregulated use thereof by employees. Obtain legal advice and assistance to help develop appropriate social media usage policies that regulate the acceptable use by your employees of social media.

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STORE NAME TELEPHONE ABSA - ATM First National Bank - Branch (039) 315 0502 Nedbank - Branch (039) 315 9800 Standard Bank - ATM ATM

SHOP Entrance 3 70 67 Entrance 2



TELEPHONE (039) 315 0406 (039) 315 1360 (039) 315 1248 (039) 315 7597

HAIR, HEALTH & BEAUTY STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Basically Health (039) 315 1309 107 Clicks (039) 315 0732 49 Clicks Pharmacy (039) 315 7563 49 Perfect 10 Nail & Body Studio (039) 315 0150 53 Rollers & Pins (039) 315 0883 63 Shelly Hair (039) 315 7724 87 Shelly Pharmacy (039) 315 0306 30 Signature Cosmetics (039) 315 5635 104


SHOP 34 1A 100 1

STORE NAME @Home Country Classics Sheet Street Woolworths

TELEPHONE (039) 315 9144 (039) 315 5832 (039) 315 7274 (039) 315 8000

SHOP 42 97 76 71



STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP B’ Tempted (039) 315 0405 17 Beach Shop Creation (039) 315 6194 28 Brandz (039) 315 0739 7 Clothesline (039) 315 7683 23 Donna-Claire (039) 315 9129 78 Edgars (039) 315 5420 98 Foschini (039) 315 9104 74 Fox Shop (039) 315 0749 32 B His Place (039) 315 0337 26 Identity (039) 315 1675 16 Jay Jays (039) 315 5840 32 Jeep (039) 315 6183 27 Marchez (039) 315 7564 105 Markham (039) 315 9120 85 Miladys (039) 315 7170 99 A Mr Price (039) 315 7745 103 Offshore (039) 315 6991 2&3 Phunk Star 076 515 8999 84 Shark Cage (039) 315 5001 9 Shoeperama (039) 315 6710 88 The Hub (039) 315 1324 81 Truworths (039) 315 6995 61 A Woolworths (039) 315 8000 71


STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Edgars (039) 315 5420 98 Woolworths (039) 315 8000 71

EYEWEAR & OPTOMETRISTS STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Shelly Optometrist (039) 315 5127 99 Spec-Savers (039) 315 7150 64 FABRIC & SEWING

STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Elna (039) 315 0624 50


STORE NAME Cool Scoops Cosy’s Biltong Delights Decadent Donuts Deli Café Dolly’s Home Industry Humbugz John Dory’s Cafe Gigi Mojo’z Panarottis Picardi Rebel Pick n Pay Something N’ice Spur Steers Spice Shop Wimpy Woolworths

FOOTWEAR STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Marchez (039) 315 7564 105 Shoeperama (039) 315 6710 88

TELEPHONE 083 747 1599 (039) 315 7007 (039) 315 7536 (039) 315 6613 (039) 315 5812 072 771 3038 (039) 315 7449 (039) 315 6444 (039) 315 6996 (039) 315 7522 (039) 315 1277 (039) 315 1291 (039) 315 1644 (039) 315 1444 (039) 315 7096 (039) 315 6227 (039) 315 5672 (039) 315 8000

SHOP 91 A 21 33 A 51 79 95 111 47 96 112 33 12 93 A & B 110 8 43 71

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STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP American Swiss (039) 315 9106 82 Galaxy & Co. (039) 315 7882 C.P. Moldt’s Jewellers (039) 315 1657 25 NWJ (039) 315 7541 106 Shelly Jewellers (039) 315 0352 18 Silvers Jewellers (039) 315 0802 22


STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP The Little Leather Shop (039) 315 0770 4&5

MEDICAL SERVICES STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP SANBS Blood Bank (039) 315 6957 57 Linda Stack - Dietician 082 413 3597

MOVIES, MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Jiaa Celltronics (039) 315 1860 32 A Musica (039) 315 0970 77 Ster-Kinekor 082 16789 92


STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Centre Management (039) 315 1304 Entrance 1 Postnet (039) 315 1220 55 The Big Heel (039) 315 7630 22 A Tourist Centre (039) 315 7065 102 B

SPECIALITY STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP H2o Water Bar 082 755 4407 Verimark (039) 315 5668 6

SPORT, OUTDOOR, GOODS & GEAR STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Jeep (039) 315 6183 27 Sportscene (039) 315 9135 11 Sports World (039) 315 0374 29 Totalsports (039) 315 9130 86



STORE NAME TELEPHONE SHOP Denkit Hobbies (039) 315 6207 108


STORE NAME Flight Centre

TELEPHONE (039) 315 9640






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