Grand day for Zee’s Furniture, Interiors

Zee's Furniture and Interiors supervisor Mosima Mathonsi with her daughter Lebo Manamela.

POLOKWANE – The grand opening took place on Thursday, 9 November, categorised by a number of delicacies and refreshments which were offered to guest and potential clients upon their entrance into the shop.

Taking a closer look at the interior furniture available, Zee’s Furniture and Interiors has a wide range of furniture aimed to suit the needs of any client. This is inclusive of chairs, tables, wall mirrors, side tables, lounge sets and beautiful handcrafted bedroom suites. The furniture available at the shop can also be customised to suit the needs and preferences of the client.

According to the owner, Safraaz Suliman, it was a pure delight for him to be able to witness the amazing turnout at the opening, as well as the number of individuals who are now aware of the location of their new branch. “Thank you to my family and friends, as well as Polokwane for your moral support at our grand opening. It was not going to be possible without you, and it was indeed a resounding success. If you did not manage to come in, don’t worry, you can still come make a turn at our store for more information. Visit us at either Mall of the North or Nirvana shops and turn your dream home into a reality,” Safraaz added.

Zee’s Furniture and Interiors will be open from Monday to Friday at the Mall of the North branch from 09:00 to 19:00 and on Saturday and Sunday from 09:00 to 17:00. The Nirvana branch will however, be opened from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 17:00 and on Saturdays from 08:00 to 13:00. Go on, have a look and treat yourself to customised furniture that will suit your style. For more information contact them at (015) 292 2785 or pop into any of their branches.

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Anne Molope
JOURNALIST (JUNIOR)

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