Attention all South African website owners and operators. Government regulations, published on Thursday, require all websites that end in “.za” to link to the department of health’s Covid-19 portal.
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Government has launched the pilot phase of a new business portal, led by the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission.
Trademark holders can now apply to reserve domain names in South Africa’s new city top-level domains of .joburg, .durban and .capetown following the commencement of a preregistration phase by the ZA Central Registry (ZACR). The not-for-profit ZACR, which was established in 2012
South Africa’s web.za second-level domain is being relaunched and will soon be available to the public following “sunrise” and “land-rush” phases where the rights of intellectual property holders will be prioritised and premium names delegated. This is according to the ZA Domain Name Authority (Zadna), which has now provided details regarding