FEDHASA Cape and partners working to boost Cape Town tourism

The water crisis in Cape Town has had a negative impact on the tourism industry.

The Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (Fedhasa) Cape in partnership with the Western Cape Government and other stakeholders have launched the Industry Recovery Plan to boost the province’s local and international appeal and to attract more visitors to its shores.

We are trying to mitigate the worry of day zero actually caused to business as a whole.

Jeff Rosenberg, Chairperson at Fedhasa Cape

The water crisis really gave us an opportunity to look at more collaborations between the various role players.

 Jeff Rosenberg, Chairperson at Fedhasa Cape

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