Africa Domain Name System (DNS) Forum 2016

3 days of sharing, learning and networking at the 4th Africa Domain Name System- DNS Forum 2016

What is the DNS Forum?

The Africa Domain Name System Forum is an annual open event for stakeholders in the Domain Name Industry in Africa organized by Africa Top Level Domains Organization (AfTLD), the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and the Internet Society.

The objective of the three-day event is to help the African domain name industry in Africa to grow at a competitive rate and ensure that the continent is on par with the rest of the world.

Who should attend?

Registries, registrars, resellers, registrants DNS experts, government representatives, policy makers from the African region and beyond as well as entrepreneurs interested in investing in the African Domain Name space. The event will be co-hosted with ICANN 55. (Please visit our ICANN 55 event page to learn about Internet Society activities at that event.)

Why should you attend?

More than 150 technical people, business people and government representatives drawn from all over Africa will take part in this multi stakeholder Forum where they will be leading interesting discussions highlighting opportunities in the African Domain Name industry. This will be the fourth African DNS Forum following events in Durban, South Africa (2013), Abuja, Nigeria (2014) and Nairobi, Kenya (2015).

Registration for Africa DNS Forum 2016 is now closed.

Watch the recorded livestream

Date and Time

Friday 04 March 2016 –

Sunday 06 March 2016