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Boxer superstores is a full service supermarket offering everything under one roof including an instore bakery butchery deli and fresh fruit and vegetable department, providing a one-stop shopping experience.

Boxer Supermarkets


Know for its commitment to giving the very best customer service it can offer, Boxer Superstore is famous for being the price fighting champion of the people. The stores promise to customers is “live the life you want to live” which is possible due to the convenience of this friendly, efficient and market-style atmosphere.
Stores are located in Kwazulu-Natal. The Eastern Cape, Mpumalanga, The Limpopo Province, Gauteng, The North West Province, The Free State and Swaziland.


KwaZulu Cash & Carry was established in April 1977, in the centre of Empangeni, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. The company commenced operations as a conventional wholesaler, trading in the essential commodities such as maize meal, rice, samp, sugar, oil and beans. However in the late 1970’s, the company re-positioned itself into complete retailing, supplying the informal trader, the bulk consumer and retail consumer. With this new identity the company prospered and in March 1979, a second branch was opened in Empangeni. In 1988, the company was taken over from the original founders by an independent group of investors. The company embarked on a development programme aimed at identifying new store sites in other areas of KwaZulu Natal. In 1991, there was a name change and the relaunching of the trading stores under the name of Boxer Cash & Carry.  

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