Lafarge Cement Prices In South Africa. Full Details

In this post, I am going to give you accurate Lafarge cement prices in South Africa and all the other necessary worth knowing if you are thinking of getting Lafarge cement for your project.

What you need to know about Cement

Cement is made by combining calcium, silica, aluminium, iron and other components in a well-controlled chemical reaction. Limestone, shells, and chalk or mall are some common cement materials: shale, clay, slate, blast furnace slag, silica sand and iron ore.

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About Lafarge Cement

Lafarge Cement is a product of a French industrial company specialising in three major products: cement, construction aggregates, and concrete. It was founded in 1833 by Joseph-Auguste Pavin de Lafarge and is a part of the Holcim Group. On 10 July 2015, Lafarge merged with Holcim.

Over the years, the Lafarge cement brand has proven to be a trusted cement brand in South Africa, with many building contractors preferring its use, especially in the building of solid concrete structures. 

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Lafarge Cement Prices In South Africa

Are you thinking of using Lafarge cement for your building project? If yes, then I am glad to tell you that this cement brand has a very competitive price in the South African market. 

A 50kg bag of Lafarge cement is sold at R76.90 at the time of writing this post. 

Note: Price may change from the date listed in store or be discontinued so please confirm with a retailer first. 

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Where To Buy Lafarge Cement In South Africa

Lafarge has distribution sales points all over the country where you can visit and buy any amount of Lafarge cement you want. 

Contacts & locations

The Lafarge Cement Head Office is located at Longmeadow in the eastern suburbs of Johannesburg. Strategically located distribution depots and sales offices provide optimal services to Lafarge customers.


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