LATEST NEWS FOR Dis-Chem Pharmacies Ltd.  

Dis-Chem is a leading retail pharmacy group in South Africa with a 'Pharmacy First' approach meaning that ALL stores have a dispensary. Dis-Chem operates two main divisions namely Retail and Wholesale. The retail division contributes the majority sha... [more info]

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