According to Dial Direct's Executive Head, Warwick Scott-Rodger, Namola could be the answer to many of South Africa's crimes. "Namola is a smart complement to 10111. Your call will always be answered and the information will be passed on to the nearest police station. Namola doesn't guarantee that the police will be on time, but it improves your chances to get help greatly."South African Police Minister, Fikile Mbalula showed excitement for the launch of the new app.
"We continue to emphasise that crime fighting requires civil society to work together with police. Modern technology empowers our people to protect themselves and access information and help." Make sure you and a loved one are covered in any event. SAVE up to 35% on insurance today
"With future plans of highlighting crime hotspots and sharing proactive safety tips and information from community members, Namola is more than an app. It’s a platform for South Africans to come together. For Dialdirect, it’s just another way we’re using technology to make life easier, better and safer," explains Scott-Rodger.
"We would like to thank every person and institution who has downloaded the App. Together we have taken a proactive approach to fighting crime. Your interest in protecting your families and communities is what motivates us to keep on going."The team has also added the 'Namola Watch' feature to the app. This feature alerts Community Policing Forums, as well as Neighbourhood Watch groups of any incidents in their area. This will ensure a faster response time. Want to find out more? Take a look at this video... *Namola can be downloaded from the Play Store on both, Android and iPhone devices for free.