ZA Central Registry
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SA exceeds 1.2m Internet domain name registrations

The country's Internet namespace surpasses 1.2 million name registrations across all the second level domains.

2:10

Deal allows simultaneous company, domain name registry

A partnership now makes it possible to register a new company and its equivalent co.za domain name at the same time.

1:30

Deadline looms for org.za domain name deletion

The domain names numbering 12 613 will be deleted on 1 September and will be made available for re-registration on a first-come, first-served basis.

3:30
Jul 28, 2017

ZACR warns about fake Govt sites

The group cautions the public about phishing scams using fake government e-mail addresses and Web sites to trick consumers into divulging sensitive information.

1:30
Feb 24, 2017

ZA Domains releases WHMCS Registrar Module

The module includes support for premium domain names, which are domains the ZA Central Registry has deemed high value.

1:30
Feb 16, 2017

.africa domain will be available mid-year

Companies can apply for domain names with the affixture .africa from July, following ICANN delegating the domain to ZACR.

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ZACR gets nod as registrar

SA's ZA Central Registry becomes an approved seller of generic top level domains.

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Mar 9, 2016

.africa domain held up again

DotConnectAfrica continues to fight ZACR's confirmation as the official registry for the .africa domain, this time in a US court.

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SA closes in on 1m domain names

The ZA Central Registry says there are currently 969 190 domain names ending in .za, with more going live at a steady pace.

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Sep 2, 2014

Businesses 'must hurry' for DotCities

The "land rush" for .joburg, .durban and .capetown domain names ends in November.

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DotCities open for reservation

Brand owners can now reserve their chosen domain names for the three new city top-level domains.

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Apr 8, 2014

All systems go for dotAfrica

Applications for domain names ending in .africa, .capetown, .durban and .joburg will open on 1 May, the ZA Central Registry says.

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