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Domains.co.za sells new African gTLD registrations for ZAR 30

Monday 4 February 2019 | 14:03 CET | News
Domain name registrar and hosting company Domains.co.za, in conjunction with the Registry, has announced a cut in the price of  its African geographic Top Level Domain (gTLD) names until 31 March. Dot africa, dot joburg, dot capetown and dot.durban, which normally cost between ZAR 260 and ZAR 360 per registration, will sell for ZAR 30 until that name.

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