We’re proud to say that Who’s Who SA has had its most successful year yet! There are currently over 280 000 unique Who’s Who profiles, and this number grows at an alarming rate – more than 3 000 new people register with us each week! With more than 80 000 profile views per week, there is no doubt that we are the leading guide to everyone who’s anyone in Southern Africa.
Most Popular Feature:
Internship listings were viewed by South African students and graduates almost 200 000 times, while over 160 000 job seekers searched for positions on our Executive Jobs listing board, which only features vacancies with a minimum starting salary of R500 000.
Most Viewed Profiles of the year
The Oscar Trial and the antics of our South African politicians dominated headlines and this is reflected in our most popular profiles of 2014. State Prosecutor Gerrie Nel ‘s profile was viewed 60 000 times this year, with up to 7000 views on a single day! Advocate for the defence Barry Roux and Judge Thokozile Masipa where also among our top searches for the year.
The Most Viewed Politicians:
The Most Viewed Female Profiles:
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela attracted more interest than politicians Helen Zille and Lindiwe Sisulu. More than 5000 people used Who’s Who SA in May alone to find out more about our Public Protector. Model Reeva Steenkamp and Judge Thokozile Masipa featured among the most popular profiles due to the high profile Oscar Trial.
Favourite Notable this year was:
Thuli Sibeko’s interview inspired our users this year. As the champion for the empowerment of women in tech and Managing Director of Anglo African Events, it’s easy to see why Thuli Sibeko captured so much attention. Entreprenuer Mandisa Gaba, Chief Executive Officer of Closet Space, and COO of Agang SA, Andrew Gasnolar where almost as popular.
The most viewed Who’s Who SA List of 2014:
South Africans have proven that they want to stay clued up about our country’s decision makers. The Ministers of the Government of South Africa 2014 was the year’s most viewed List, followed by Former Miss South Africa Winners and our listing of South African Freedom Fighters.
Most Read Blogs:
Compared to last year, our blog views have more than doubled. We have been receiving positive reviews from you, our readers, and promise to continue supplying you with information to improve your professional life. These are the three posts you liked most this year:
Most Popular Function:
The Search Function was used over half a million times, proving that Who’s Who is indeed a popular source of information about everyone who is anyone in the region.
We’d like to thank all our users and contributors for using our site as a resource to promote professionalism, positivity and inspiration! We look forward to sharing 2015 with you, as we strive to reach higher and grow professionally and personally into the New Year.