Free .AFRICA Domain For Qualifying Domains

We would like to offer you the opportunity to register your .AFRICA domain name, based on its existing domain name for FREE.For example if you have a domain name called YOURDOMAIN.CO.ZA and the equivalent .AFRICA domain name is available, you may qualify for a FREE .AFRICA domain name. If you have registered or transferred a domain ... Read More »

26th Apr 2022
Critical Vulnerability Detected in WooCommerce

Dear Client, if you are running Woocommerce on a Wordpress website please see update to the latest version of Woocommerce and Woocommerce Blocks as soon as possible to avoid having any vulnerabilities on your Woocommerce store website. Please see below for more information, and if you require any advise or assistance kindly open a ticket by ... Read More »

15th Jul 2021
2021 Price Review Notification

Dear Client Each year we review and revise our prices, balancing increases against continued commitment to investment so that we are able to offer the high level of support and infrastructure reliability you expect from us. As we are aware of the burden that the Covid-19 pandemic has placed on all of us, we have tried our best to protect you ... Read More »

21st Apr 2021
Black Friday Domain Special on Local Domains

Hi everyone, its that time of the year and we have decided to run a very nice discount special on some domain name fees. For the rest of November 2020 the registration fee for the below domains will only be R69 per year. This could most probably be the cheapest fee for a local domain registration in South Africa currently. 🙂The renewal ... Read More »

4th Nov 2020
WPBakery Plugin for Wordpress Vulnerability Exposing Over 4 Million Websites

Are you using the WPBakery plugin on your Wordpress website? If the answer is yes then we suggest that you please update your WPBakery immediately to version 6.4.1 or higher. Wordfence has discovered a critical vulnerability in this plugin exposing over 4 million websites to this. Also make sure you have the Wordfence security plugin installed ... Read More »

9th Oct 2020
Making your life a bit easier with PayFast secure payments accepted.

Did you know that we accept credit card payments via PayFast. The payments are processed in real time thus meaning we don't store any of your credit card details. The transactions are encrypted via SSL and 3D Secure for credit card transactions.We accept the following cards: Visa and MastercardVisa and MasterCard credit or cheque cards (from ... Read More »

11th Aug 2020
We Remain Online

Dear Valued Customer   As you know by now South Africa will go into a national lockdown on Friday, 27 March, which will last for 21 days. It’s been a time of huge change and uncertainty for all of us, and our hearts go out to anybody who has already been directly affected by the outbreak. As the impact of the crisis escalates, we’re fully ... Read More »

25th Mar 2020
New Email/SMS Scam and Safety

The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) is warning business banking customers about a new scam targeting local businesses. Criminals use information obtained from company websites and/or other digital platforms to identify the details of CEOs, Financial Directors and other key senior individuals. They then impersonate these ... Read More »

10th Oct 2019
Enable TLS 1.1 and 1.2 on Windows 7

Windows 7 supports TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2. However these protocol versions are not enabled on Windows 7 by default. On Windows 8 and higher these protocols are enabled by default. To enable TLS 1.1. and TLS 1.2 on Windows 7 please download the below file and double click (import) the Enable TLS 1.x on Windows 7.reg file. If you are not familiar with ... Read More »

9th Sep 2019
Domain Fee Increases

Dear Client Due to the increase in electronic licensing etc, we must unfortunately raise the cost of a few domain fees. Only the below local domains are affect since most international domains are changed more frequently due to currency fluctuations. We have avoided raising our prices on some domains for many years, but we can no longer prolong ... Read More »

2nd Aug 2019