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As part of Fedics’ 21 years of providing top class catering at Roedean School (SA), Fedics Regional Director lnland, Jack Ferreira, presented the Executive Headmistress of Roedean School (SA), Mary Williams, with a still life painting for her office. Ferreira commented that while prices have changed over the years, with a sandwich being 35 cents… Read more »

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Bloemfontein Medi-Clinic received (3rd quarter 2008) the first HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control points) certification within the Medi-Clinic Group. Fedics, who does the catering at the hospital, proudly announced this is their 11th unit to receive this certification. Paul Elliot, Fedics Marketing Director, explains implementing a HACCP system ensures compliance to good manufacturing practices… Read more »

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Sanlammers in Hyde Park, Johannesburg can soon enjoy a meal in their new restaurant, which will meet the same high standards of the one at the head office. The restaurant will open this month. Arccoding to Ian Erlank, senior manager: Corporate Facilities, following a thorough evaluation process it was decided to operate a “Sustain restaurant”… Read more »

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Dr Lulu Gwagwa, chief operating officer of empowerment investment holding company Lereko Investments, is a petite powerhouse of a woman who looks 20 years younger than her age – even in her high heels and even though she’s almost 50. “People are surprised and disappointed when they meet me”, she says. “They expect someone far… Read more »

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Absa Capital today announced that it has acquired a 49.9% equity stake in Tsebo Outsourcing Group (Tsebo), one of the largest black empowered hospitality and facilities management companies, including Fedics and Drake and Scull, in Southern Africa with annual turnover in excess of R2bn. This follows the exit by Ethos Private Equity after eight years…. Read more »

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Fedics is a company which serves several million meals a day through its disparate company restaurants at business and manufacturing facilities around sub-Saharan Africa. That mission places it in a position to gain considerable insight into the effectiveness of HIV/AIDS education within large, predominately blue-collar workforces, as recently concluded research indicates.