New DSBF committee elected

2016-04-20 06:00
Photo: supplied The 2016 DSBF management committee (from left) Carine Rix, Aart Verrips (president), André Beetge and Jaco Wijnmaalen.

Photo: supplied The 2016 DSBF management committee (from left) Carine Rix, Aart Verrips (president), André Beetge and Jaco Wijnmaalen.

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DURBAN South Business Forum recently held it’s annual general meeting and elected the 2016 management committee.

“It was decided that the core management will be ‘lean and mean’ and to co-opt specific experience and knowledge for the several project envisaged this year. The first meeting will be on 28 April during which we will visit a few of the taverns (shebeens) in our communities. This will be the third time this is done and proves to be extremely pleasurable and educational,” Jaco Wijnmaalen, DSBF spokesperson said. The tour will start at Lords and Legends and members will leave in a taxi and return to the starting point by 9pm.
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