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ParlyReportSA…  the parliamentary inside track

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Get detailed but easy-to-read monthly reports on the current parliamentary debate on government policy issues and legislative moves which may affect your business or industry sector.     Get ParlyReportSA monthly and be informed. 

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ParlyReportSA  reports to major business institutions and compliance departments throughout SA providing inside track information on proposed legislation and government policy intentions on issues going forward, at the same time assisting with insight into current government thinking.  ParlyReportSA places emphasis on subjects that affect the bottom line and legislation that is generally of concern to business.

All reports are in plain, simple English free of technical jargon and ‘govspeak’.  Articles cover in the main debates  in the “engine room” of Parliament, the portfolio and select committees.  Designed primarily as a monitoring services for both South African and overseas markets, ParlyReportSA is compiled by Hof Communications who have been at the service of South African business for fifteen years in this sphere of business reporting. 

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……. the parliamentary inside track 

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