FEDHASA Compliance – Personal Information Act (POPIA)

As your hospitality industry trade association, FEDHASA represents our members on various levels, including negotiating discounts and benefits for our members, intervening when government legislation is damaging to our industry, keeping you informed on legislative changes affecting your business, as well as grant and funding options.  We do this via email and on our social media platforms and our website and communicate regularly.

With the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA), coming into effect on the 1st July 2021, we want to ensure that we have your consent to keep sharing this beneficial information with you.

However, should you no longer wish to receive these regular email communiques, you can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each communique.

We would also like to confirm that the following business/personal data is retained by FEDHASA for all our current members and is deemed to be an operational necessity and as a result FEDHASA intends to continue to retain and safeguard this information as supplied by you, taking into account we are conscious of guarding your privacy.

This includes: 

– Company name and addresses
– Company registration number
– Company VAT number
– Names of contact persons within the company and their contact details..
– Phone numbers, website and email addresses
– SABC TV Licence number for your commercial TV sets & and number of TV sets

Please Note:

Should we not hear from you by the 30th June 2021 regarding the retention of the business/personal data set out above or receiving our communications of benefit to your company, we will take it that permission has been given to us to continue to retain the information and to continue to communicate with you.

We again wish to confirm that we take your privacy seriously and look forward to continue to communicating with you in the future.


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