If you missed the UIF TERS Sector Appeal Applications webinar on 14 September 2021, or if you would like to listen to it again, please click here. If you’d like to access the Appeals Guide, please click here. To stay informed and up-to-date on the latest developments regarding UIF TERS, make sure to follow the Hettie Fourie […]
The Consumer Goods Council of South Africa (CGCSA) in partnership with the Liquor Independent Traders Association of South Africa (LTASA), recently commissioned research on the impact of COVID-19 Regulations on the Liquor Industry, particularly the off-site consumption liquor sector. The research has concluded that the restricted trading four-day trading period is not only discriminatory, anti-competitive […]
FEDHASA would like to congratulate Wrenelle Stander on her appointment as CEO of Wesgro. Last week Wesgro’s board of directors announced Stander would be the new chief executive as of October 1 to replace Tim Harris. Stander takes over the helm of the Western Cape’s government’s investment, trade and tourism agency from Harris who held the position […]
FEDHASA welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on 12 September 2021, moving the country to an adjusted Alert Lockdown Level 2, easing COVID-19 restrictions which have hampered normal operations within the hospitality sector and, in some sectors such as larger restaurants and venues, have made operating under the past months, financially unviable. We understand the delicate […]
The National Department of Tourism and SEDA are calling for qualified chefs, sommeliers and baristas to apply for the Tourism Chefpreneur Programme, where successful candidates will have the opportunity to develop and launch their own businesses. This programme will be done virtually. For further information and to apply, please see the link below: https://www.hustlersnetworking.co.za/post/wakanda-accelerator-chepreneur-program-2021-application-now-open-for-all-the-chefs-in-mzans
the voice of Hospitality in South Africa
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.