South Coast Chamber re-evaluate it's role
South Coast Chamber re-evaluate it's role

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South Coast Chamber re-evaluate it's role


The South Coast Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently announced that Lulu Bodla has taken the reins of the Chamber and will serve as president for the next two year term. He is joined by Zama Memela as first vice president and Reshma Maharaj as second vice president.

Roland Lemmer, director of communications company Innovative Problem Solving 77 is a new addition to the executive team.

The rest of the Chamber executive will continue to serve namely: Johnny de Wet, Dick Basday, Sbu Blose, Thanda Ncane, Sharon Smith, Hilton O'Dwyer and Ivan Naidoo.

"As with every new season, the Chamber executive committee will re-evaluate its role and will look to become more relevant to the needs of its members, the greater economy and the various stakeholders that we work with. The executive team will soon go into a season of strategic planning and will come back with a clear, relevant and high-impact strategy that will take the chamber into the future," said Bodla.

South Coast Chamber re-evaluate it's role

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