With the third wave looming in South Africa, FEDHASA has said that the Government is faced with a delicate balancing act – restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19 on one hand and the [...]
Qualifying independent restaurants, which are members of FEDHASA, have been given another shot in the arm with a recent partnership between FEDHASA and The Sukuma Fund in which just over R100 [...]
FEDHASA was granted an urgent interdict to halt the implementation of the recently gazetted Collective Agreement for the Bargaining Council.
After almost a year of fighting insurers for business interruption pay outs, there are positive steps towards closure, says FEDHASA. This week, Santam asked the Supreme Court for leave to appeal [...]
FEDHASA has welcomed the Presidential address that confirmed shorter curfew hours and the lifting of the outright ban on alcohol sales, bringing great relief to a hospitality sector which has [...]
FEDHASA, representing an alliance of hospitality stakeholders, has met with the Department of Employment and Labour to raise concerns over the recently gazetted Collective Agreement for the [...]
FEDHASA has called on Insurers to ‘do the right thing’ and accept the legal certainty that has been provided consistently regarding the settlement of Business Interruption Claims with CBI [...]
SA’s hospitality and catering sector, represented by FEDHASA, welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that borders will reopen.
FEDHASA will be working with government to help hospitality industry's operations, as restaurants are able to open for home delivery only
The newly-appointed Western Cape MEC for Finance and Economic opportunities, David Maynier, addressed the FEDHASA Cape AGM.