Mar 1, 2019

Vox debuts emergency panic button app

The app-based panic button allows users to easily contact the Vox 911 call centre during an emergency.


HearMe Panic Button app ready for debut

The mobile app aims to help potential crime victims by linking them to local police and crime prevention services.

Jun 13, 2018

Emergency app turns phone into panic button

Locally-developed iER allows users to send GPS co-ordinates to their loved ones, as well as emergency services.

Jun 4, 2018

Home-grown taxi app to rival Uber, Taxify

The Hailer transport app prepares to make its debut, bringing more competition to SA's already hotly contested e-hailing and cab services market.

Apr 6, 2018

Online platform kicks corruption out of SA soccer

Online and mobile platform, MYSAFA, aims to root out corruption in SA football and make it easier for local associations to verify players and organise leagues.

Apr 4, 2018

Taxify integrates safety button for drivers

The ride e-hailing app, in partnership with emergency-assist organisation Namola, gives drivers a quick in-app way to contact emergency services.

Nov 20, 2017

SA's 'Uber for police' hits 100 000

After launching nationally this month, the Namola app was downloaded a further 16 000 times, bringing the total number of users to 100 000.

Nov 13, 2017

Namola app now available nationally

Following a successful pilot phase in Gauteng, the safety and security app Namola is now available in other provinces.

May 15, 2017

Gauteng traffic police adoptTraffic Police adopts Namola app

The locally-developed crime-fighting app increases its coverage in Gauteng.


Namola partners with Brooklyn police

The crime-fighting app will be used by the Brooklyn SAPS to enhance the safety of Menlyn Central Park citizens.

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