It’s Thursday, November 11th, 2015.

Today, the South African free WiFi project, Project Isizwe, announced its CEO, Alan Knott-Craig Jr will be stepping down come December. Also, Kenya cloud service, Angani is at the center of a brewing Kenyan internet kerfuffle. And, we are thinking of a better Siri. What else happened today?

Angani’s Cloud Service Goes Down, Taking Dozens Of Kenyan Apps And Web Services With It

Angani, the Nairobi-based public cloud services company, has experienced a service outage. It has led to the corruption of the systems and has affected a number of services hosted on the company’s cloud.

Wishlist: Three Things That Would Make Siri (And Other Voice Assistants) Better

When Siri came into our lives, we had high hopes. Finally, we’ll have personable AI. Sadly, our hopes were too high. The good news is, voice assistants are learning new tricks everyday.

Alan Knott-Craig Jr To Step Down As Project Isizwe CEO

Current Project Isizwe front man (and former CEO of Mxit), Alan Knott-Craig Jr, will step down next month as the CEO of the non-profit free WiFi initiative. The COO, Zahir Khan, will take over from him on 1 January 2016.

Is Free Internet Access A Pipe Dream For African Cities?

While a lot of Africans imagine what a city with free WiFi would look like, there are cities enjoying free internet access. Quite a lot actually.

2015 TEDxBodija Is About Thinking Upside Down

“Innovation: Thinking upside down”, is the theme of this year’s TEDxBodija Conference. It will take place on December 6, 2015, at Le Chateau, Old Bodija, Ibadan.

Five Of The Greatest Brand And Business Rivalries

Here are some of the greatest brand and business rivalries ever. But this is not a conventional list.

8 Signs Your Company Is Getting Ready For A “Headcount Reduction”

If your company decides to begin helping to stem the dangerously high employment rate, you shouldn’t be the last to know. This here is to give you a heads up.

A Look At Google’s New App, Who’s Down

Are you a teen or college student? And are you down for whatever? Then you should know about Google Inc’s new app, Who’s Down.

TechCabal Explains: What Is Cash Flow?

Sloppy cash flow is a startup’s recipe for death. But what is cash flow?

Innovetices Unveils SmartPesa, A New Mobile PoS For The Nigerian Market

Innovectives Limited, a mobile and electronic payments consultancy firm, has launched a new mPOS called SmartPesa in the Nigerian market.

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