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All I want for Christmas…

From books and games, to fun children's sets and sing-along Christmas CDs; CNA has a range of quirky, traditional, fun and festive items for everyone in the family.


Here are a few of our favourites:
The Say So range is all about happiness and fun, so why not spoil mom with a Say So mug (119.00) or ballpoint pen (105.00)?

We might have to wait another four years for the next Rugby World Cup but in the meantime, get a copy of SA Rugby Legends (183.92) or the Rugby World Cup 2015 game for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS Vita, PS3 or PS4 (from 399.90) to console the rugby fan in your life.

With the Minions having made their mark this year, kids of all ages will be delighted with the fun merchandise online and in store, including yoyos (34.90) and modelling balloons (39.99), travel activity packs (99.90) and an adorable laboratory playset (219.90).

For some light-hearted viewing for the whole family, you’ll find a host of DVDs, including Barbie box sets, Shrek the Halls (60.00), Treasure Buddies, Space Buddies and Spooky Buddies (60.00).

On the Lego front, there’s The Lego Movie (159.90) for young fans who enjoy a bit of colourful action, and Lego: Star Wars The Complete Saga on PS3 (249.90) for gamers.

For traditionalists who enjoy sitting around the table to play games, there’s chess master (116.91), the cosmos bridge set (44.00) and Trivial Pursuit Master Edition (413.91). Perfect for relaxing on the Day of Goodwill!

Whoopee cushion anyone? These are available at CNA (85.00) and are perfect for the practical joker in the family or one of the kids. The Genius Headset 500X (169.90) is another great option for youngsters.

You’ll also find colouring-in books for young and old, fab stationery items and art suppliescookbooks galore, puzzles and the ABC range for toddlers and small children. You’ll certainly be spoilt for choice with gifts and stocking fillers, plus there are gift bags, gift wrap, tags and stickers to decorate your presents. Visit or pop into your nearest store before the rush begins.

Wendy Maritz