E MART



Address

Physical Address:
14/16,
Chapel St,
Pinetown,
3610
Postal Address:
PO Box 318,
Pinetown,
3600

Contact Details

Phone:
Directions: FROM HERE | TO HERE


Business categories:





No results found
No favourites

Like us on Facebook
Economy is in State’s hands
The SA Reserve Bank and monetary policy have done all they can, say economists.
Read more
Russians’ visit shows Mugabe’s Brics focus
The Zimbabwean government is wooing investors from Brics countries, as Western and European investors shun the country.
Read more
G20 says nearing growth goal
The Group of 20 leading nations say they are tantalisingly close to adding an extra $2 trillion to the global economy.
Read more
Air France pilots extend strike
Air France pilots have voted to extend their week-long strike over cost cuts and plans for the company's Transavia unit until September 26.
Read more


E Africans dominate CT marathon
Kenyan Willy Kibor Koitile tore clear of a quality field on Sunday to win the first edition of the relaunched CT Cape Town marathon.
Read more
Win not enough for WP coach
WP coach Allister Coetzee is not getting carried away with his side’s 36-12 bonus-point win over Griquas on Saturday.
Read more
Gleneagles in fine fettle for Ryder
Gleneagles is set to mark its 90th anniversary by hosting the Ryder Cup for the second time.
Read more
Spencer rues Kings’ mistakes
Coach Carlos Spencer has identified a series of errors as the underlying reason for the Kings’ poor Currie Cup showing.
Read more


Cape bid to provide monthly crime stats
The Western Cape government plans to provide monthly station-level crime statistics, instead of only once a year.
Read more
Mulaudzi can get his R48m back – judge
A provisional restraint order against Luvhomba Group executive chairman Matthews Mulaudzi has been set aside.
Read more
Baby Jordan killers up for parole
Two of the hitmen Dina Rodrigues hired to murder six-month-old Jordan Leigh Norton could be released on parole soon.
Read more
R40m for upkeep of ministers’ houses
Public Works has put aside R40m for upkeep of ministerial houses, after being rocked by revelations of corruption.
Read more





Contact

Feedback

First name:
Surname:
Email:
Description:
Authorisation Key
(Please enter numbers from image below)