FEDHASA CAPE's 13th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

FEDHASA Cape welcomes new board members at 13th Annual General Meeting

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The Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (FEDHASA) Cape announced the new members elected to the regional board, to drive key segments for the association in the Western and Northern Cape provinces.

Hosted at the Century City Conference Centre, the Chairperson, Jeff Rosenberg, in his address to members, highlighted key areas that the association has been involved in since June 2016. Delivering the keynote address, Andrew Borraine, CEO of the Western Cape Economic Development Partnership explained the role of his organisation, which is to provide a neutral platform and targeted partnering solutions to improve the performance of the local and regional economic system. 

“We are thrilled at the new board appointments and look forward to cementing old relationships, building new ones with the members who have joined and making a meaningful contribution to the hospitality industry in the Cape region,” Rosenberg said.

At this event, FEDHASA Cape set their objectives for the year ahead to enhance communication & collaboration with members, industry partners and role players.

The newly elected board members were announced as: Joep Schoof who has been named as chairperson of the hotel segment and Ndaba Dube as the chairperson of the young professionals segment, as well as Zaid Adams as the alternate of the restaurant and catering segment.

Further members who retained positions include: Chris Godenir, alternate hotel segment; ; Carl van Rooyen, chairperson restaurant and catering segment; Noli Mini, alternate young professionals segment and Alan Lester, chairperson of the trusted partners segment with Karin Augustyn as the alternate.

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