The top stories of this week in tech
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Here we look at the top stories of this week in tech that made the headlines in the tech world. Let’s get into those stories that you might have missed out on.

Uganda tech startup Minute5 moves to Amazon Web Services to achieve amazing growth.

Minute5 is a Ugandan based tech startup that focuses on delivering fresh groceries through its online platform where customers’ orders are processed and received on the same day or the next day. Reports according to Ventureburn indicate that the company has made yet another achievement as Minute5 moves to Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing platform.

The launch of the Kiira Motors Kayoola Delivery Service Coach that will improve service delivery.

Kiira Motors Kayoola Diesel Coach
Source: nilepost.co.ug

The manufacture of the locally made diesel bus started last year in December. The locally made bus manufactured by Kiira Motors Corporation, a state enterprise has a luxurious interior with 47 leather seats, a lavatory, onboard WiFi and CCTV cameras. 

Why everyone needs to own a button phone in Uganda today.

You can’t talk about these phones and forget to talk about how affordable a button phone in Uganda is. These phones are quite cheap with an average price range of Shs 50,000 to Shs 100,000 as compared to many smartphones on the market.

Discover a range of opportunities available today from Outbox Edu Software Development Bootcamp and many other places

The Outbox Edu Software Development Bootcamp is organized such that it will give applicants a way forward in setting up their career in Software Development. Outbox Edu has a goal of creating 200,000 job opportunities by 2030 and plans on achieving this through training young talent in Software Development.

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It is official that the Kampala Entebbe Express road toll fees will be collected by a French Company

These are all the stories of this week in tech for you to catch up on any that you might have missed out on like opportunities you can apply for or great new apps that are a must have.

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