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The .africa domain extension is a geographic top-level domain (TLD). It was created for individuals and businesses who want to attract website visitors from the entire African continent, as well as members from the African diaspora.

Where did the .africa domain come from?

The .africa top-level domain was introduced in 2017. It was the third continent-specific domain to enter the market, following the successful launches of .eu in 2006 and .asia in 2007.

What is the purpose of the .africa domain name?

A .africa domain is a great choice if you want to reach members of the (pan-)African community with your website. Using this domain can also help improve your local SEO results within the African continent.

.AFRICA domain features:

DNS Management


Whois Privacy Protection

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Domain Lock


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