Themba Baloyi will become chair of Curro following the private school group’s AGM of shareholders in June, one in a raft of changes that the company will be making to its leadership structure. 

On Monday, the group — worth R6bn on the JSE — announced the appointment of Baloyi, an independent nonexecutive director, as chair-elect to succeed outgoing chair Santie Botha, with effect from the conclusion of the AGM on June 12...

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