Who are we?

MeMeZa Shout Crime Prevention was founded in 2012 and specialize in providing affordable, innovative Connected Community Safety Technology, with a special focus on the most vulnerable people in society. Through well-established industry partnerships MeMeZa offer a first of its kind, public safety solution. MeMeZa’s value proposition is based on enabling Private and Public Partnerships.

Our Impact

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Reduction of Sexual Offenses in Diepsloot
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Personal Alarms distributed over 8 provinces
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 Theft  Prevention of Educational ICT in No Fee paying schools
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Community Alarms deployed over 8 Provinces
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Vulnerable People impacted Nationally
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Police stations Nationally working with Memeza
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Community Policing Forums working with Memeza

Example Of Projects

Diepsloot, Gauteng,Capital Land Community Project
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Hebron, North West, Community Research
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Lantana, Paarl, Western Cape, Community Project
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Memeza & Nedbank
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Memeza & SAB
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Memeza & Vodacom
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Memeza & HPE
Memeza & Google
In November 2018, the Memeza Project won the Google Peoples’ Choice Award in the Google Impact Challenge with the aim to support a community safety focussed project to be
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Memeza & Tirelo Bosha

Testimonials

It changed my life in terms of a job opportunity that they gave me as it is a community linked life saver in terms of many aspects. E.g. Protects the community by helping them in an easier way to get help from SAPS

Since i got the alarm system, I sleep and feel safe,  compared the past years. We used to live in fear all the  time, but now we can call the Police and CPF  ourselves by pushing the button.  Once I used the alarm to ask the police to call the ambulance as a old grandmother was very very sick, the Police helped me. Thank you Police and Memeza.
One of my tenants shacks was on fire and I rushed to press the panic button of my Memeza. The police assist us in getting the fire fighters. This happened  at 2am in the morning
NM Tsuene in Soshanguve, a No Fee School wasbroken into in Aug 2017.
The thieves broke into the kitchen area where the Memeza Policing Alarm was not installed.

When the thieves proceeded to the classrooms where ICT equipment are kept, the Memeza Community Policing Alarm sensor activated the siren and sms functionality.

The criminals did try and break the sirens to stop the noise, however fled as the sirens kept ringing and they new people were on the way. No ICT were stolen