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Postal Orders (South Africa)

Volume 440: debated on Monday 21 July 1947

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asked the Postmaster-General upon what grounds the General Post Office, Huddersfield, refused, on 11th July, to cash a South African postal order, value £1.

South African postal orders are issued by the South African Post Office for payment solely within the Union and certain adjoining countries. If remitters desire to use the postal order service for remittances from South Africa to the United Kingdom, British postal orders must be used; these are on sale at post offices in South Africa.