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Jul 25, 2012
DotConnectAfrica had an opportunity to clarify and defend its position as a strong and compelling applicant for the DotAfrica (.africa) top level domain.

Jul 02, 2012
ICANN 44 meetings come at a very crucial time that is preceded by the recent BIG reveal of the 1930 new gTLD applications, an opportune time for the applicants to deliberate about their applications as well as the future that is beckoning.

Jun 14, 2012
Press Commentary: DCA Trust and UniForum SA have both applied for the same ‘Africa’ Geographic Name String

Jun 12, 2012
DotConnectAfrica (DCA) wishes to announce to the global Internet public and Domain Name Industry that it is going to establish a world-class Internet registry system infrastructure to be located in Nairobi, Kenya, the commercial hub of East Africa.

Jun 08, 2012
DotConnectAfrica writes an Open Letter to United States Congress to Express Support in Defense of the Status Quo on Global Internet Governance Model and Reaffirmation of the Multistakeholder Process

Mar 22, 2012
DCA participated and hopes that the discussions that transpired in the Forums will go a long way to foster the future of internet and make it better for the benefit of all peoples of this World better called “netizens” .

Mar 13, 2012
Sophia Bekele has been in the news if not for promoting DotConnectAfrica’s bid for the Dot Africa geographical gTLD, then in a controversial statement about the same. For the last 3 years she has been clear about one thing,

Jan 14, 2012
A new year message from the yes2dotafrica campaign! For a HAPPY & PEACEFUL year from DotConnectAfrica.

Dec 23, 2011
DCA announced its 2011 "Yes2dotAfrica" Campaign in Tripoli earlier this year. The current unrest is of deep concern to all friends of our fellow African's and DCA expresses its hope for a peaceful resolution.

Dec 20, 2011
2011 was an unforgettable year. Internet-based social media has been credited as facilitating this process of change as protesters took to Facebook, Twitter and Blogs on the Internet to mobilize and communicate with a global audience.

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