Who we are
ETHICORE Political Lobbying is the pioneering professional Government Affairs firm in Africa. We are a decade-young firm with a track-record of being a partner of choice to more than 97 clients across 15 different industry sectors.
We provide a comprehensive suite of services to help our clients to interpret, navigate, engage and influence the public policy, legislative, regulatory, governmental, parliamentary and political universe affecting their organisation and broader objectives.
Our specialisation and expertise includes:
We constructively position, promote, advance, defend and secure our clients’s interests at all levels of decision-making. Through fostering reciprocal evidence-based dialogue, building consensus and balancing society’s interests, we contribute to enhancing democratic decision making.
We represent African clients African markets, African clients abroad and international clientele into Africa.
Our History – an African Pioneer
1ST independent professional African Government and Public Affairs firm
Banking Association South Africa appoints ETHICORE – our longest standing client to date!2010
July 2011 – appointed by the World Bank and International Finance Corporation to establish the first Climate Innovation Centre in Africa2011
We joined the FIPRA (Finsbury International Policy and Regulatory Advisors) global network2013
We acquired the FIPRA license for Africa2016
In March 2017, we were among 40 independent firm globally, invited to join Global Public Affairs Network of Dentons – the largest law firm globally2017
Admitted to the International Bar Association – the global voice of the legal profession established in 19472018
Servicing clients at all levels of Government, political, regional and multilateral institutions
✺ National Ministries and Departments
✺ National Parliament and Provincial Legislatures / Assemblies
✺ Economic, Enforcement and Compliance Regulatory Agencies
✺ Quality Assurance and Standards Bodies
✺ Public Entities, State Owned Enterprises and Organs of State
✺ Provincial Administrations and City Government
✺ Political Parties
✺ African Regional Development Institutions
✺ Multilateral Organisations