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South Africa Safety App: Startup wants to reduce high crime rate

South Africa ranks as one of the most dangerous countries in the world. According to government statistics, more than 2 million crimes were committed in the past year. Now, entrepreneurs are trying to reduce that number, by offering a free 24-hour emergency service at the push of a button. Philip Owira has more. But first, a warning. This report contains pictures some viewers may find disturbing. #SouthAfricaDanger #SafetyApp #NamolaPlus

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