amola is South Africa's leading "Don't Panic" safety app, providing quick access to emergency services and playing a crucial role in safeguarding lives across the country.
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Namola is South Africa’s leading “Don’t Panic” safety app, providing quick access to emergency services and playing a crucial role in safeguarding lives across the country.


Johannesburg, South Africa (27 March 2024) – In an ideal world, the need for a “panic button” app wouldn’t exist. But the reality is, in a country facing numerous challenges, quick access to emergency services is necessary. Namola is South Africa’s most trusted “Don’t Panic” safety App, keeping you safe anytime, anywhere!

Their impactful stories have been featured in numerous articles on Good Things Guy over the years, showcasing instances where lives were saved, from rescuing a family from a burning house to ensuring timely hospital trips for a new mother.

These stories highlight the app’s invaluable role in South Africa’s safety landscape.

And we were lucky enough to have Peter Adolphs – CEO of Namola and Daniel Swiegers – Operations and Marketing, on the Good Things Guy podcast, to tell us a little more about this incredible App.

Listen to the show here:

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At its core, the Good Things Guy podcast is a celebration of the human spirit, highlighting acts of kindness, resilience, and generosity that often go unnoticed in the hustle of everyday life. Through engaging interviews and insightful discussions, the podcast unveils the remarkable deeds of ordinary individuals making extraordinary impacts in their communities. Beyond just storytelling, the Good Things Guy podcast fosters a sense of connection and belonging, inspiring listeners to embrace kindness and make a positive difference in their own spheres of influence.

It serves as a reminder that even in the midst of challenges and uncertainties, there exists a wealth of goodness and hope waiting to be discovered.

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