Since 2004, Top Women Leaders has been South Africa’s leading gender empowerment publication; listing and celebrating visionary organisations that prioritise gender empowerment as integral to their growth and success.
The publication, along with its valued partners, is dedicated to showcasing these organisations as leaders by example, to be emulated across the economy.
Based on methodology created together with UCT’s Development Policy Research Unit, Top Women showcases companies that are substantially gender-empowered.
The thousands of companies Top Women has profiled over the years share a culture of good governance and policies that support women in achieving top leadership roles.
Companies that qualify for inclusion showcase themselves to our high-profile readership via a suite of powerful editorial opportunities including a company profile and CEO interview, along with a digital company profile in our frequently referenced directory.
- In-depth insight on the corporate gender empowerment landscape
- Inspiring interviews with women leaders and entrepreneurs
- South African women making a global impact
- Annual overviews of major economic sectors
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