DUMIE & SONS TRUCKING
57 G Silundika St Btn 4th & 5th Ave Bulawayo Zimbabwe
+263 97 9312

DUMIE & SONS TRUCKING


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Physical Address:
57 G Silundika St Btn 4th & 5th Ave,
Bulawayo,
Zimbabwe
Postal Address:
PO Box QP47,
Queens Park,
Bulawayo,
Zimbabwe

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