The 7th edition of the Africa Domain Name System Forum was held in Gaborone, Botswana from 22nd to 24th July 2019. The forum was hosted by the Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA). The objective of the three-day event was to help the Africa Domain Name Industry to grow at a competitive rate and to ensure … Continue reading DNS Business at the 7th Africa DNS Forum
Possibly the first second-level domain created in South Africa, AC.ZA provides a unique Internet domain name space for use by higher education institutions, learned societies and associated research and support institutions that are domiciled in the Republic of South Africa. Education is a fundamental driver of personal, national and global development, as confirmed by Nelson … Continue reading AC.ZA goes live on the Gateway SRS
Starting your first job can be challenging, exciting and intimidating all at the same time, however, there's something new and intriguing about being in the office, surrounded by your team every day and knowing that your contributions are meaningful to the company. This, as well as walking away from the office every afternoon having gained … Continue reading Software Analysis Intern Livhuwani Mabasha on Testing
ICANN65 was held at the Palmeraie Conference Center Marrakech. Two representatives from DNS were in attendance - Sasha Dinculescu and Calvin Browne. The 4 day event marked the 2019 ICANN Policy Forum which is typically dedicated to policy development work of the Supporting Organisations and Advisory Committees (SO/ACs), and regional outreach activities. Internet policy is … Continue reading DNS at ICANN65!
A team from DNS Africa Ltd attended the Africa Internet Summit, in particular, the AfTLD ccTLD Marketing Workshop last week in Kampala, Uganda. We set out to share our experience in the African Market through launching our very own reseller product, Gateway, as well as to introduce our new user-friendly end-user based platform, TopDog. Throughout … Continue reading AIS 2019 – Kampala, Uganda
Born and bred in Mpumalanga, Caleb Nkosi is a Bachelor of Science graduate who majored in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Zululand. During his time there he also served as the Chairperson of the Computer Science Society where he was exposed to various ICT channels which sparked his interest to pursue a … Continue reading Interview with DNS Intern Caleb Nkosi and his work on the WHMCS Module