The ZA Central Registry has introduced a “Registry Lock” feature for .za domain names, adding an extra layer of security – for a fee – for domain owners.
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The ZA Central Registry has suspended deletions of .za domains it administers due to the Covid-19 lockdown in South Africa.
South Africa now has more than 1.2 million registered .za domains. Across the co.za, web.za, net.za and org.za domains, the number is on track to exceed 1.5 million, the ZA Central Registry said on Monday.
The ZA Central Registry (ZACR), South Africa’s largest administrator of Internet domain names, has slammed .ZADNA, the regulator, over a proposal to open second-level .za domains for registration. The
In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, Duncan McLeod chats to ZA Central Registry CEO Lucky Masilela about the .africa geographic top-level domain. Masilela talks about the complex, years-long process involved
Cape Town has taken an early lead among South Africa’s three new geographic top-level domains (gTLDs), with Durban trailing in third place behind Johannesburg. The not-for-profit ZA Central Registry (ZACR), which was established
The new .africa geographic top-level domain has attracted almost a thousand registrations by trademark owners, placing it in the top 10 worldwide for the number of domain name reservations during the sunrise phase of the launch process
More than 12 000 South African domain names face deletion because their owners have failed to move them to accredited registrars. The ZA Central Registry (ZACR) said on Friday that 12 677 .org.za domain
Holders of registered trademarks have been warned to secure .africa domain names before a “sunrise” phase ends in early June, or risk high legal costs later. “There are innumerable complexities involved in trying to wrest intellectual
From Tuesday, 4 April, trademark owners will be able to secure .africa domain names matching their registered trademarks before the new generic top-level domain is opened to the public in July. ZA Central Registry CEO