VODACOM Great Things We Did in 2019

22 Vodacom Group Limited GREAT THINGS WE DID IN 2019 Digital solutions to transform lives Vodacom Mum & Baby Vodacom is committed to use mobile technologies to increase connectivity for women and enhance the quality of women’s lives. The programmes that have been designed to do this will enable financial inclusion, improve health and wellbeing, and build education, skills and entrepreneurship. The Mum & Baby service launched in March 2017, has connected 1.8 million people to date. This is a zero-rated mobile health (mHealth) service that provides subscribers with maternal, neonatal and child health and wellbeing information. A recent study on Mum & Baby showed that 98% of interviewed subscribers had taken action to improve their child’s health as a result of accessing the Mum & Baby service. Vodacom becomes 1st SA Telco to be listed in the Fortune’s 2019 Change the World list Vodacom is excited to become the first South African Telco to make it to the Top 25 list of Fortune’s 2019 Change the World list. The list showcases the top 52 global companies that have made an important social or environmental impact through their profit-making strategy and operations. Vodacom was recognised by Fortune for the positive impact of the Stock Visibility Solution; a solution that helps hospitals to effectively monitor medicinal stock. Vodacom is rated number 25 on the Change the World list – a clear demonstration of our commitment to provide societal value through our core business activities. My SAPS mobile app Vodacom is determined to use digital solutions for the benefit of communities. Vodacom partnered with the South African Police Service (SAPS) to fight against crime. Vodacom and SAPS introduced the My SAPS app to give citizens access to police services in a convenient manner. The free app is part of our objectives to digitise governmental services for the benefit of citizens, who will now be able to report criminal acts in real time and send a report to the police. The app, a first of its kind on the continent, will support national police efforts in South Africa by bringing communities into close contact with their local police stations. Digital Society  continued