FEDHASA has been approached by National Treasury in Strategic Procurement on Travel Services to engage with the department on its feedback to us regarding the work done by the department and to address matters relating to grading vs pricing as well as other current challenges in Treasury’s Policy and Rates for Accommodation.
This will be a rare opportunity given to our industry. At the meeting, we will hopefully also be simultaneous, able to provide feedback to National Treasury on our industry’s challenges with the current rates and policies and a wish list for the new rates and policies.
Please can you send FEDHASA your comments regarding the current Policy and Rates, such as any improvements required and your wish list for 2022’s revised policy, by the latest 15th February, since the meeting with Treasury is on the 17th February?
You can submit your responses by completing a quick online questionnaire here.
The Western Cape Legislature has published proposed amendments to both the Western Cape Liquor Act and the Liquor Regulations. One particular amendment that we believe will be of concern deals with section 60 of the Act and section 27 of the Regulations (see below) setting out the requirements for the