Finding the news in the noise
CENTURION Pretoria, South Africa, 13 February 2020 – The dynamic nature of a democracy means that government must constantly adapt to a changing political, economic and societal climate.
We live in a world where information is easy to find, a connected era. Various sources reveal the answers to our questions, but how can we be sure that we are using the most accurate and reliable resources? How do we know that the Act we are reading is applicable today? Or how do we know when to comment on draft bills that impact our businesses directly?
Sabinet’s Customised Monitoring Services analyses 1000 newspaper articles related to parliament and 179 government media statements per month, 200 Gazette notices per week, 36 parliamentary committees and 26 government departments a day, to select only the information that will help you advance your business.
Complementing this service is Bill Tracker and Parliamentary documents. A complete representation of all bills linked to with their parliamentary documents and draft bills – creating more context.
This early warning service becomes the eyes and ears that keep users up to date with the latest legislation, as well as avoiding the potential impacts of not being compliant with the law.
Sabinet’s Customised Monitoring Services silences the noise and ensures that subscribers only receive what’s accurate, reliable and applicable to them. Users of the service span a range of industries – from financial and professional services to legal services and researchers.
For more information about this service and the complimentary service, Bill Tracker and Parliamentary Documents, contact firstname.lastname@example.org