Women24, South Africa’s biggest female focused website, has gone live with their latest Female Nation Survey. The online and mobile-based survey covers an extensive list of topics and ultimately aims to thoroughly examine how South African women relate to life, love, sex, politics, relationships and finance.
Designed for statistical relevance in line with census demographics to show an accurate assessment, Women24 want as many South African women as possible to actively participate. “We really want South African women to tell us who they are and what makes them tick,” says Women24 editor Lili Radloff. “Women are the mothers, wives and hearts of the country and we would like to generate a ‘State of the Nation’ from their perspective.”
“Our Female Nation Surveys always reveal fascinating insights and we expect this year’s to uncover how women in South Africa relate to the world, themselves and their communities. Life and circumstances change so quickly in today’s world, so we’ve added questions that are relevant to our current environment and are really looking forward to finding out who, in 2013, our South African women are,” adds Radloff.
To complete the survey, visit //survey.24.com/fns/. There is a R3 000 prize for one of the participants who complete the survey in full.
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