If you have completed various qualifications, degrees, diplomas and certificates, you will be eligible for the Academic badge. Receive a bronze badge if you have over 5 qualifications, a silver badge if you list over 10 qualifications and a gold badge when you have over 20 qualifications.
Include multiple entries in your professional positions and you'll be eligible for the Accomplished badge. Earn a bronze badge if you list five undertakings, a silver badge if you list ten undertakings and a gold badge if you list twenty undertakings in your professional portfolio.
List at least ten achievements across at least three categories and you'll be eligible for the Achiever badge.
If you have worked across three different industries within your career, you are eligible for the All-Rounder badge.
If you're a member of various institutions, clubs and organisations, you could be eligible for the Associate badge.
List your participation/placement in professional events and be awarded with a bronze badge for five competitive events, a silver badge for ten competitive events and a gold badge for twenty competitive events.
If you have completed three under-graduate degrees and/or two post-graduate degrees you will definitely be eligible for the Brainiac badge.
You'll receive the popular Celebrity badge if you've been featured on Who's Who of Southern Africa for sporting, cultural, political or economic reasons.
Record multiple first place entries in the competitive achievements category and you'll be eligible for the Champion badge. Five entries earn you a bronze badge, ten earn silver and twenty get you gold.
Update your profile with your business address, profile picture, tagline, summary and a current position and you'll receive the Complete badge. Only profiles with the Complete badge are ranked, so be sure to fill in all the necessary details.
Develop a substantial network of contacts on Who's Who and you'll become eligible for the Connector badge.
If you are regularly active on the site, then you're eligible for the Enthusiast badge. Keep it up, as you could lose it.
You're eligible for the Influencer badge if you've encouraged people to join you on the site and promoted your Who's Who profile on your social networks.
Include three or more executive positions held by you in the professional details section of your profile, you'll be eligible for the Leader badge.
If you have over 200 Twitter followers, 200 Facebook friends and 60 LinkedIn contacts, and have integrated these networks with your profile, then you'll be awarded the Networker badge.
If your name is linked in over ten stories published on our integrated news platforms you'll receive the Newsmaker badge. You're also welcome to send links to any online articles about yourself, which appear on reputable local news networks, to our Content team who will upload validated articles on your behalf.
If you're a member, patron or volunteer at a number of worthy organisations, then you're eligible for the Philanthropist badge.
If your profile ranks in the top 10% rank in your industry you'll be rewarded with the Pioneer badge.
Sharing, posting and tweeting commendable Who's Who profiles on Facebook and Twitter will ensure your eligibility for the promoter badge.
Download the Who's Who of Southern Africa's iPhone or iPad app to your device and make use of it on a regular basis, and you'll be eligible for the Roamer badge.
If you're studying while working regularly, then you are eligible for the Scholar badge.
Tomorrow's Leader Nominee 2013
TOMORROW'S LEADER NOMINEE
If you've been nominated by your peers as a candidate for the Tomorrow's Leaders Convention honour, you'll receive this badge.
If you can boast more than 15 years experience in a specific industry, you'll receive the Veteran badge.
If you hold three or more current positions, you'll receive the Workaholic badge. But if you become work shy, this badge will be lost.