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    Jet – Diamond Pavilion Mall, Kimberley

    Jet is the largest clothing retailer in Southern Africa, created to serve families looking for good quality and affordable merchandise.

    With more than 321 stores across South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland, Jet continues to be the retailer of choice among shoppers. It was voted South Africa’s favourite retail brand and has earned the loyalty of 1.3 million members.

    Since 1976, Jet has grown to be more than just a retailer – it has proved to be a pillar of the community with its sincere quest to improve the lives of others.

    Jet has rolled out soccer clinics, literacy programmes, food and blanket donations to those in need and has assisted with building houses for the disadvantaged.

    Jet’s proudest product is the Jet Club Magazine, published ten times a year and reaching over 5.8 million readers, making it Southern Africa’s most-read publication. Jet Club Magazine’s success is due to the informative, easy to understand and eye-catching articles.

    Articles covering advice on love, money management, parenting, education, health, important social and civil issues.

    Plus there are articles covering entertainment, interviews with celebrities and loads of fashion. Jet Club members are also treated to regular competitions, discounts and exclusive store events.

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    1. Bupe Mwakilasa Jet - Diamond Pavilion

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      I am aTanzanian who happened to stop at your store in Kimberley at Diamond pavillion #Jet to buy shoes for my grandson as I was heading to the counter to pay one of your male workers came to me and greeted me when he noticed that Im not a South African from my accent he asked me for my passport he further went on saying that I can not buy anything without providing my IDs and if I have a property in Kimberley etc I told him that I’m here for a short visit I’m visiting a friend who is from here and besides that where I come from we don’t walk around with passports and this is the first store someone is asking for my passport so he finally let me pay and it was only 40Zar. Well at the counter I met a welcoming lady who even offered me a jet card as much as I told her we don’t have Jet stores in Tanzania
      The bottom line is I felt so discriminated humiliated and offended in my soil (Africa) and it has been my first experience so far and I’ve never experienced in other countries/continents
      My advise is please train your workers to be nice to everyone regardless where they come from as long as they are good customers besides we are all human beings we are all the same
      I’m glad that I found a place to say my peace as it has been bothering since Thursday the 9thNov around 1Pm
      and I’ve also spoke on behalf of my fellow victims who have no where to complain
      Thank you

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