There is still the small matter of an unpaid debt of $50,000.
The new venture will launch in late January, and is expected to challenge for Kenya’s local hosting and cloud computing market.
Today, South African Project Isizwe announced its chairman, Alan Knott-Craig Jr will step down come December. Also, Kenyan cloud service, Angani is at the center of a brewing Kenyan internet kerfuffle. What else happened today?
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.
The startup is a fully automated cloud infrastructure company that is focused on SME markets, financial services and media industries in the East African region.
Nairobi-based Cloud services company, Angani has closed a seed round from a number of investors. Invested Development led the round in which Africa’s Talking, Savannah Fund, and Africa Angels Network also participated.