Cape Town Fish Market's Thursday promo

On Thursday, Cape Town Fish Market offer discounts on selected sushi platters. Visit their website for more information.




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Zando's clearance sale

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Da Vincis on Kloof's R50 lunch special

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Vodacom's get two for one special

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Call It Spring's end of season sale

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Cape Town Fish Market's sushi special

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