South African ICT policy expert joins ICANN
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers appoints Mandla Msimang as one of its board of directors.
ICANN set to change Internet's address book
The organisation has approved plans for the first-ever changing of the cryptographic key that helps protect the Domain Name System.
Domains.co.za releases WHOIS Privacy
This safeguards a company or individual's personal information from WHOIS records, which list personal details about the owner.
ICANN delays changing Internet master key
The changing of the key was originally scheduled to occur on 11 October.
ICANN about to change Internet's master key
The organisation will change the cryptographic keys that help secure the Internet's Domain Name System.
Africa's domain name market worth $52m
As of May, there were 5.1 million domain names associated with Africa, with SA having about a third of them, says ICANN.
Imminent launch of .africa
After an almost four-year battle over who gets to run the generic top-level domain, the process for Africans to begin applying for .africa domains will kick off next week.
.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.
EXCLUSIVE: ICANN in charm offensive to win over Africa
Africa is establishing itself as a pioneer of Internet ideas that have been replicated across the world, says the global organisation.
ZACR gets nod as registrar
SA's ZA Central Registry becomes an approved seller of generic top level domains.
Trump opposes plan for US to cede Internet oversight
Donald Trump opposes a plan for the US to cede control of the Internet's technical management to the global community.