The first .africa domain was registered on February 15 this year, the day that marked the 27th anniversary of the release of Nelson Mandela from prison.

And as from July 4, anyone can register their own .africa domain.

DotAfrica was conceived by African heads of state in 2009, with the idea of delegating a domain for organisations and individuals sharing a special and unique affinity for Africa.

The vision is to establish an exclusive African registry that allows Africans to participate in the digital space on par with our international counterparts like the European Union with its “.eu” registry.

But do you think this is all a little too late? What do you feel about this?

Read the full article at: AFK Insider