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  • Webinar Invite: Answers to all your questions about WTM Africa’s virtual event

    As a FEDHASA member, the WTM Team invites you to join them for discussion on how the virtual show will…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Rosemary Anderson

    FEDHASA welcomes UIF TERS extension, awaits clarity on conditions

    FEDHASA, the voice of hospitality in South Africa, has welcomed the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his State of…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Amended 2021 School Calendar published

    Following changes to the opening of schools this year, the Department of Basic Education has published the amended 2021 school…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Key take-aways from SATIB Liability Webinar

    COVID has thrown a cat amongst the pigeons when it comes to liability and risk mitigation and management. During SATIB’s webinar on…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Rosemary Anderson

    Relief for restaurants and accommodation sector as President eases restrictions

    FEDHASA has welcomed tonight’s Presidential address that confirmed shorter curfew hours and the lifting of the outright ban on alcohol…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Draft Tourism Norms and Standards open for comment

    Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane has gazetted the Draft Norms and Standards for the safe operation of the tourism industry in the current COVID-19…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Unsustainable losses continue to mount for beleaguered hospitality industry

    FEDHASA, the voice of hospitality in South Africa, has noted with concern the spiralling losses in income being reported by…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Insurance

    Business Interruption Insurance Update: Insurers Respond

    FEDHASA, the leading voice of hospitality in South Africa, understands that Guardrisk and Hollard have both acknowledged and accepted the…

    by Ernestine Cupido
  • Fedhasa veroordeel onverantwoordelike gedrag in Kaapstad

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  • Red list scrapped as Cyril fully opens international travel to SA – DFA

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