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In 2019, the ZA Central Registry NPC (ZACR) celebrated 31 years of Registry excellence. ZACR is the Registry Operator for four .ZA Second Level Domains Names [co.za/net.za/web.za/org.za] and three gTLDs [.capetown/.durban/joburg/] and administers .africa gTLD through Its subsidiary, Registry Africa (RA).ZACR is an African Centre of Excellence of which all Africans can be justly proud and currently has some 1.2 million domain names under its administration.The ZACR and its partners remain committed to skills and capacity-building initiatives, content development, ccTLD and registrar development across Africa remains committed to skills and capacity-building initiatives, content development, ccTLD and registrar development across the continent.
The .ZA Domain Name Authority (ZADNA) is a not-for-profit organisation established in terms of section 59 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, 2002 (ACT 25 of 2002). ZADNA’s mandate is to regulate the .za namespace and ensure its efficient use, management and administration.
ZADNA is accountable to its members and the South African Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT).
INX-ZA operates the largest, and oldest community-run Internet exchange points in Africa. Beginning with JINX, in 1996, today there are more than 200 networks from around the world that enjoy INX’s open participation model, and interconnect at INX-ZA run Internet exchange points. Built entirely around a community-run, community-participation model, INX is fiercely proud of its neutrality as the only data-centre agnostic Internet exchange in South Africa, operating a robust network out of all the major data-centres, in each of South Africa’s largest economic regions.