Browsing: Neil Dundas

The ZA Central Registry (ZACR), which manages the Internet domain space, has a new CEO. Lucky Masilela is taking the reins from Neil Dundas, who becomes the organisation’s chief operating officer. Masilela will work closely with Dundas. Under Dundas, the ZACR has

The ZA Central Registry (ZACR), which administers the domain and will soon oversee four new geographic generic top-level domains (gTLDs), says the general public should be able to register these new domains from mid-July next year. ZACR CEO Neil Dundas says that

South Africans can expect the launch of three new city domains, .joburg, .capetown and .durban, before the end of the year. TechCentral first reported on the new city domains in 2012. It appears likely that the .africa domain, which was contested by a Mauritius-based company, will be available at the same time as the new city domains. The new domains are

Mauritius-based DotConnectAfrica is laying claim to the .africa generic top-level domain (gTLD) for which SA’s ZA Central Registry is the African Union’s endorsed bidder. This is in spite of the fact that DotConnectAfrica inadvertently applied for the wrong domain, at a cost of US$185 000, and is unlikely to succeed in

The ZA Central Registry has applied to administer three new top-level domains, one for each of SA’s three biggest cities. This comes in addition to the .africa domain that the registry expects it will be given the job of looking after. Each of the four domain names