Mzansi Gas offers convenient and safe gas orders online

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One

Mzansi Gas is a secure online gas delivery service operating across all areas in Gauteng offering same day service.

The sizes offered are nine, 14 and 42 kilograms.

Customers register their profiles on the website and make payment for their orders via credit cards or electronic transfers.

Owned by Brett Cohen, it was established in August 2012, the company has become the biggest and oldest independent gas distributor in the province. He now hopes to take it all at 702's 2016 Small Business Awards with Sage.

Contact them on 012 030 0333 for more information.

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