Pro-Palestine activists won’t agree, but Woolworths is the most reputable company in South Africa, according to a report by the Reputation Institute of SA.
The Reputation Institute surveyed 10 547 people (aged 18 to 64) between May and June 2015.
The top 10 most reputable companies
- Pick n Pay
- MTN Group
- Mr Price Group
- First Rand (FNB)
- Vodacom Group
- Spar group
- Standard Bank
- Capitec Bank
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr Dominik Heil, Chairman of the Reputation Institute of South Africa.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
There is a constant erosion of reputation.— Dr Dominik Heil
Retailers find it much easier to manage their reputations.— Dr Dominik Heil
If we did our research this week, maybe it would’ve affected Woolworths’ reputation.— Dr Dominik Heil
These protests isn’t necessarily terrible for Woolworths. Their reputation is probably well-earned.— Dr Dominik Heil
The handset you own has become more important than the service provider you use.— Dr Dominik Heil
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