300 pics uploaded to the #FreeToBeSouthAfrica portal and counting!

Since our last #FreeToBeSouthAfrica shout out, we’re thrilled to advise that over 300 photos have been uploaded to the Digital Asset Hub for use in our campaign.   

Thank you to all our members for getting behind this message of South Africa as a destination where you are “free to be”. We want loads more photos of people living it up against our stunning backdrops, so what are you waiting for? 

Have you started tagging #FreeToBeSouthAfrica in your Instagram and Facebook posts? We’re on over 500 posts since we launched… get us to 1,000! 

Heartfelt thanks from Team Free To Be South Africa for engaging with the campaign. Your photos and posts have been inspiring beyond belief and to thank you, we’ll be featuring you in our Leader Board, coming soon! 

But for now, here’s just a taste… 

Cheetah Plains Cheetah Plains are smashing it when it comes to all things #FreeToBeSouthAfrica. Not only have we received beautiful wildlife imagery from them, but they have also been very busy posting to social media as well!  Images Submitted: 10 #FreeToBeSouthAfrica Posts: 15 


Skyway Trails Skyway Trails sent through some wonderful imagery of their adventure product offering, which definitely speaks to FREE TO BE!  Images Submitted:#FreeToBeSouthAfrica Posts:

 Plett Tourism The call for images was sent out and Plett Tourism delivered! From Trail Running, Surfing and more, Plett is a Feeling indeed!  Images Submitted:#FreeToBeSouthAfrica Posts:

Still looking to get involved? Here’s what you can do today! 
 Upload your Free To Be South Africa photos (copyright free) Flood social media with Free To Be photos and videos – tag #FreeToBeSouthAfrica Use the toolkit 
Get behind the #FreeToBeSouthAfrica campaign by using our dedicated trade toolkit and hashtag on your social media platforms, it’s honestly that simple. I’m truly looking forward to seeing all your wonderful posts! 

Full details here:  


More News

FEDHASA Cape Young Professionals Work-Life Balance Day

FEDHASA Cape and SAACI co-hosted an event on 17 June 2024 in celebration of Youth Day (16 June), centred around ‘work-life balance.’ Events like these are vital as they provide members with opportunities to gain insights and practical advice, in this case, young professionals maintaining a healthy work-life balance, which

Read More »

Important Updates to the Gauteng Liquor Act 2003

1] Transfer of Liquor Licences Previously, the liquor authority issued certificates upon authorising the transfer of a liquor licence. However, section 104 of the Gauteng Liquor Act stipulates that a licence, rather than a certificate, should be issued. Effective from 5th June 2024, the authority will issue licences instead of

Read More »


ILS is a Management Consultancy specialising in Employment Relations Consulting & Training. They have been consulting to the Hospitality Industry and has been a trusted partner to FEDHASA for over 30 years and are extremely well versed in the exigencies of our industry. ILS also advises our FEDHASA Head Office

Read More »