Business leader on museum council

2008-09-17 00:00

Former Pietermaritzburg Chamber of Business (PCB) president Babu Baijoo has been appointed by National Arts and Culture Minister Pallo Jordan as a member of the Council of the Natal Museum.

The appointment is for a three-year term.

Baijoo this week welcomed the appointment, saying he looks forward to contributing to the growth and development of the institution.

“I look forward to contributing with other members to the growth and development of this important institution, and in particular would seek to exploit synergies with business and government in the form of partnerships, in order to assist the museum,” said Baijoo.

Baijoo is also the deputy president of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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