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Federation of Funeral Professionals in Southern Africa (FFPSA) reacts Nafusa-SA’s honouring of the former president

Banning of White and Indian Funeral Directors

The controversial funeral association, Nafupa-SA, that made a move intending to ban white and Indian operated funeral parlors from entering townships, yester night, conferred an award to the former president of the Republic of South Africa Jacob Zuma for having played a critical role in radical economic transformation during his tenure. While this could be regarded as noble course,…

FEDERATION OF FUNERAL PROFESSIONALS OF SOUTH AFRICA (FFPSA) POSITION STATEMENT ON NAFUPA SA CONDUCT

The FFPSA has over recent weeks made several attempts to engage NAFUPA SA in meaningful discussions to address the many issues of industry transformation raised by them. Our efforts to interact and engage NAFUPA SA were made directly by the FFPSA as a representative industry body on behalf of its affiliates and indirectly as a stakeholder and member of…

MEDIA RELEASE BY FFPSA

Funeral Industry

Death, like taxes, is something we all have to face. The funeral service industry in South Africa has been in the spotlight for some time for a variety of reasons. The industry in South Africa has had its fair share of bad publicity and it has become a fairly controversial sphere of business which, according to some experts, government…