South Africa’s Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) has released a statement highlighting that Africa is projected to run out of IPv4 addresses in March 2020.
After more than fifteen years on staff at the African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC), Ernest Byaruhanga has resigned.
South African IP addresses which belonged to Nedbank, Sasol, Liquid Telecom, Woolworths, Nampak, SITA and the City of Cape Town landed up in strange hands. Here is the story.
The chair of the .ZA Domain Name Authority (ZADNA), Motlatjo Ralefatane, has said that AFRINIC failed to consult with ZADNA before publishing its candidate slate for its upcoming board elections.