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The domain extension is a second level country code top-level domain (ccTLD) intended for use by South African individuals, businesses and organizations.

Where did the domain come from?

The .za top-level domain was introduced to the Internet in 1990. The second-level domain is much more popular than its parent domain. While the .co part of the domain hints at a link to companies and commerce, the domain is a generic domain which is equally as suitable for individuals and non-profit organizations.

What is the purpose of the domain name?

A domain is a great choice if you want to target South African visitors or customers or emphasize your South African identity online. Using this domain can also be beneficial for your local SEO results within South Africa.

.CO.ZA domain features:

DNS Management


Domain Forwarding

Domain Lock

Whois Privacy Protection


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