The 2020 Employment Equity (‘EE’) Act Amendment Bill is being introduced to speed up the pace of Employment Equity transformation in the Private Sector. In terms thereof, any Designated Employer (over 50 employees) that in future wants to do business with any organ of State will require a “Certificates of Compliance”. In order to obtain […]
Gordon Dibete has been appointed as country lead for the Tourism Recovery Programme in South Africa. Gordon is available to assist you with any queries regarding the application process and any other questions you may have. Gordon can be reached on the contact details below: Cell number: +27 72 133 4549Email: email@example.com The Tourism Recovery Programme was launched earlier […]
FEDHASA members are invited to contribute toward South African Tourism’s 2nd Quarter newsletter which will be themed around: Women in tourism focus on travel. Kindly send your contributions as per the titles below by 28 June 2021 to Phumzile Zondo on firstname.lastname@example.org: Assessors Upcoming events Airline news domestic specials Women’s day packages Women-owned property inspirational stories […]
Angie Motshekga, Minister of Basic Education is inviting stakeholder bodies and members of the public to comment on the Proposed 2023 School Calendar. The Proposed 2023 School Calendar and the National Policy for Determining School Calendars for Public Schools in South Africa are obtainable on the following Departmental website: http://www.education.gov.za. All interested persons and organisations […]
With an inundation of information from all angles regarding the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act, and the commencement date quickly approaching, businesses could be forgiven for feeling more than a little overwhelmed. The POPI Act, is five years in the making, and threatens harsh fines of up to R10-million for non-compliance, and in extreme cases, even […]
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.