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Deletion deadline looms for org.za domains

ZA Central Registry (ZACR) has confirmed that some 12 677 org.za domain names are set for potential deletion on 1 September 2017. This is after 15 420 org.za domain names were suspended on 01 September 2016 following an extensive pre-deletion public awareness campaign by ZACR. Deletions are taking place because only 2 394 org.za domain owners have heeded ZACR's many requests to prevent their eventual deletion by migrating to ZACR-Accredited Registrars.

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