What is a .co.za Registrar?

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A .co.za domain name Registrar is an authenticated entity that can register and manage domain names. The authorisation is via a Registry (UniForum for .co.za)

In order to become a .co.za Registrar a company must be accredited by UniForum for the .co.za domain extension and successfully meet all their administration, legal and technical requirements.

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