The practice of public affairs is being impacted by major social, economic, and technological changes around the globe. In Africa, these changes are compounded by a renewed pressure by governments, regulators, NGOs and citizen groups for companies to demonstrate their commitment to people and the environment. License to operate is incredibly important and must be safeguarded.
Rather than being surprised by changing regulations or new requirements, organisations that engage in ongoing dialogue and regular reporting have the advantage of knowing what is expected of them and what steps must be achieved to meet those expectations.
Our experienced professionals have deep connections with decision makers, policymakers, and regulators across Africa and are able to facilitate the vital two-way conversation between important stakeholders and business.