A domain name is string of characters that make up a web address (yourname.co.za) or email address (email@example.com) and is an essential part of creating a website or setting up email… READ MORE
Every computer on the public Internet has a unique numeric address—This is called the “IP (Internet Protocol) address. The Domain Name System (DNS) translates IP addresses into unique alphanumeric addresses called domain names that are easier to remember…. READ MORE
Yes, some of your .za domain name details are public. When you register a .za domain name, you are accepting that the details in the register concerning your domain name are available to all as a matter of public record. … READ MORE
You must contact your registrar before the expiration date of your domain if you intend to renew the registration, unless you have signed up for any automatic renewal services offered by your registrar.
South Africa was a signatory to the 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals. That was the convention that chose the country codes for those oval stickers on cars that tell you where the car is from. READ MORE
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is responsible for managing and coordinating the Domain Name System … Read More
In the course of 2014, the public will soon be able to register names in the .durban, .joburg and .capetown TLDs. ZACR financed the application to ICANN for these three South African city top level domains (TLDs) – READ MORE
No, domain name registrations under .za are currently not allowed… READ MORE