Hibberdene Superspar pays it forward

Sengane Tabane and Patrick Harakraj.

 

FOR more than 20 years, Hibberdene Superspar has held pride of place in the centre of this bustling little town.

As we all know, grocery shopping can be quite a chore, and that till slip often seems to reach a frightening total far too fast.

We’re all trying to save money where we can, so it makes sense to snap up the ongoing specials on offer at the store, where you not only get great deals on your everyday requirements, but you are also assured of service with a smile!

Tobeka Mpisane.

 

The shelves which line the spacious aisles are well-stocked and as an added convenience for shoppers, there is an in-store butchery, a deli, a fresh produce section and the icing on the cake – quite literally – is the bakery where you can reward yourself and your family with a selection of freshly-baked goods.

What’s for dinner?

And for mums and dads on the run, why not grab one of the tasty already-prepared meals for dinner so you can spend your precious time with your family and not in front of the stove.

One of the best ways to balance your budget is to buy in bulk.

With this in mind, Hibberdene Superspar offers regular combo specials to help your rand stretch just that much further.

For those in need of a little liquid refreshment, Tops Liquor Store is a stone’s throw away and has a super selection of competitively-priced beers, coolers, spirits and wines for every occasion (or even if there isn’t one!)

Pension Payout Point

Pensioners have not been forgotten, and not only can they take advantage of a five percent discount on their purchases on Tuesdays, there is a convenient pension payout point right there on the premises.

Mqondisi Chiliza and Zweletu Mbele.

Hibberdene Superspar also has a strong social conscience and regularly makes a tangible difference in the lives of the less fortunate, both people and animals.

“We find an organisation that needs assistance,” says manager, Viman Singh. “We offer feeding schemes or sponsorships. If there are any NGOs between Umkomaas and Pumula which need assistance, they are invited to email [email protected] with all the details.”

The store is open Monday to Saturday 7am – 6.45pm and Sundays from 8am – 6pm.
Tops trades Monday to Friday 8am – 6.45pm and Sundays from 10am to 3pm.

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South Coast Herald

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