Jaguza app is a futuristic smart farming solution that helps farmers control livestock

Smart farming in Africa is a digital revolution many countries have not embraced yet. However, In Uganda, the Jaguza app is a cross-platform management solution which helps farmers overlook herds of cattle without physically attending to any. During the app's official launch a few weeks back, Its Founder Mr. Ronald Katamba named it a revolutionary movement that will cross over to many parts of Africa, India, and Asia.

Interview: Meet Safeboda ‘s very first driver SB001(namba emu)

In a competitive boda hailing squeeze, Safeboda with its Orange branded drivers dominates a wider portion of the competitive chunk. While the service revolutionalized the best travel means in Kampala. It's existence in 2018 granted a clear passport to new services like Uberboda, taxify boda and Dial Jack that have not only proved new offers in town but also triggered the orange camp to recruit more than 8000 drivers in less than 4 years. Well, we got a chance to speak to Safeboda's very first driver in a phenomenal 411 dialogue.

Safeboda finally puts a stop to its 50% promotion, riders rushing for new alternatives

Safeboda is Uganda's oldest Boda hailing firm that has stood out from a handful of drivers and now bosting with about 6,000 drivers registered. While other apps introduced fresh new options in Uganda. Dial Jack boda is the latest entrant to Safeboda's once monopolised industry with Taxify boda and Uber Boda taking new twists.

Dial Jack boda hailing service launches in Uganda

Dial Jack boda is a new moto-taxi hailing service that has finally launched its services officially in Uganda after years of silence studying the ride hailing industry. Joining the Boda hailig indutry leaders Safeboda, Taxify Boda and Uber Boda. Dial Jack is the 4th Boda hailing service to launch in the country after Mondo ride and Little cab also teased their launch officially in Uganda.

The Startup Battlefield by Techcrunch is coming back to Africa

Startup Battlefield is a popular startups competition organized by the popular technology and startups website Tech Crunch. Returning for its second year in Africa the competition will be held in Lagos Nigeria where judges will base and provide transportation for any successful startups in a bid to find the top startup in Africa.

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