The Consumer Goods Council has released and shared the Vooma Vaccination Week of 3-10 December Infopack and toolkit. Link to the toolkit. https://sacoronavirus.co.za/2021/12/01/vooma-vaccination-week-3-10-december-2021-infopack-toolkits/ The toolkit has social media banners, PSA messages in all languages, and other related resources. 1. PURPOSE The Vooma Vaccination campaigns have driven increased uptake due to: • Intense leadership visibility at […]
Minister of Tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu has released the approved Norms and Standards for the Safe Operations of Tourism Sector in the context of the Coronavirus COVID-19 and beyond. To view the full document, click on the link below:
With knee-jerk travel restrictions causing havoc to the sum of nearly one billion Rand for the South African tourism industry, one passionate South African abroad is calling for South Africans around the world to make lemonade out of the sour situation by doing what they can to support local tourism on home soil. This is ‘To South Africa, With Love’. Hayley […]
South Africa’s tourism and hospitality sector have lost over R1bn in travel bookings for travel between December and March from 26 to 28 November, as a result of the travel bans instituted globally against the destination since it announced that it had sequenced a new variant, now known as Omicron. A snap survey conducted amongst […]
Minister of Health Dr Joe Phaahla and Deputy Minister of Health Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, together with a panel of scientists held a media briefing on 29 November to unpack the President’s address on 28 November and to present the state of readiness to respond to the variant of concern (Omicron) by the government. FEDHASA has secured the recording of the briefing, which can be […]
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WHO IS FEDHASA?
FEDHASA is the national trade association for the hospitality industry that include accommodation and catering sectors and has been representing the industry since 1949.
FEDHASA vision is to be in the forefront of Southern Africa hospitality industry by influencing policy decision and direction by lobbying government and industry as the official unified voice of the Southern African hospitality industry. Our objective is to grow an inclusive hospitality industry by advocating, enhancing, and promoting the development and growth of a sustainable South African hospitality-trading environment.
Founded in 1949, a restructured and transformed FEDHASA (Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa) is recognised by Government as the official representative of the hospitality industry of South Africa. With industry support, FEDHASA remains the umbrella association for hotels, restaurants, conference centres, caterers, self-catering accommodation, home hosting establishments (B&Bs and guest houses), clubs, taverns, shebeens, suppliers and trainers, consultants and service providers to the hospitality industry.