Born in 1973, Bayuu is an experienced artist from Stone Town, Zanzibar. After High School he studied for 2 years at the Art and Craft Factory in Zanzibar and has exhibited widely in and out of Tanzania. Bayuu has won several awards and honors such as a Gold Medal at the 19th International Children’s Art Exhibition in 1989, and in the International Film Festival in 2000. He uses many mediums and his works can be viewed at his gallery, in Stone Town. See below for details.
These are a few of the watercolors commissioned by ZALT, which perfectly capture the Island of Pemba, the home of our salt.
Visit the BAYUU Gallery
Located at Hurumzi Street
Stone Town, Zanzibar
Swahili Coast Salt Company (SCSC) recently had the opportunity to host a team of students from Harvard Business School in Tanzania and Zanzibar for one week as part of a required first-year course at Harvard Business School called the FIELD Global Immersion. SCSC was one of 157 FIELD Global Partners spanning 13 countries around the world. Together these Global Partners combined to host more than 920 Harvard Business School students in all.
“We are pleased to be working with Harvard Business School to provide students with a real-world learning experience in Zanzibar.” said Stephi Said, Co-founder and CEO. “We feel certain that the students were able to gather insights here that they would never be able to glean from a classroom discussion alone.”
The FIELD Global Immersion is a course designed to strengthen and develop students’ global intelligence – their ability to manage and operate effectively across cultures and business contexts. SCSC executives had been working with the team remotely in the months leading up to their arrival in country. While here, the students pitched their ideas to the leadership team, conducted field research with consumers around Stone Town and presented their final recommendations to management. The purpose of this immersive experience is to provide students with the opportunity to do real fieldwork in an unfamiliar context.
Harvard is quick to acknowledge that this important learning experience would not be possible without the Global Partners.
“We are extremely grateful to SCSC and all the FIELD Global Partner organizations for all they do on behalf of our students,” said Professor Juan Alcacer, the faculty head of FIELD. “The students benefit immeasurably from this experience and we hope the partner organizations do as well.”
Hand harvested sea salt from the shores of the Indian Ocean, with a range of added natural spices and flavours.
The Zalt creations is now available at The Green Room store, Slipway, Dar es Salaam, including pinch pots and grinders.