Collection of 28 posts
Eddy Kayihura bids farewell to AFRINIC as its Chief Executive Officer
The impact of the legal cases against AFRINIC has made it such, that today AFRINIC has neither a properly constituted Board of Directors nor a Chief Executive Officer.
How much research did Le Mauricien do in the AFRINIC vs "Resource members" case?
The legal battle involving AFRINIC and its Resource members has been on-going since 2020. I've followed that closely and very sadly the local press did not follow it the same way. Today, it made me sad again to read a poorly researched subject by one local newspaper.
AFRINIC published FAQ to explain the litigation with Cloud Innovation Ltd
More and more people are taking cognisance of this particular matter between AFRINIC and one of its resource members. AFRINIC even issued a press communique to clarify the situation. The communique was published in a few Mauritian newspapers and news websites across Africa.
AFRINIC issued a communique after Cloud Innovation published "right of reply" in Mauritian newspaper
The legal battle between AFRINIC and one of its resource members, Cloud Innovation Ltd, continues. However, it seems that the fight is not just in the Supreme Court of Mauritius anymore but they are also fighting to be heard via the press. 🤔
AFRINIC CEO, Eddy Kayihura, reaches out to the African Telecommunications Union (ATU), for potential Board Directors
The African Telecommunications Union is a specialised agency of the African Union set up to promote the development of info-communications in Africa. The Union comprises of 48 Member States and 54 Associate Members (comprising of telecom operators).
The Number Resource Organisation (NRO) writes to the Government of Mauritius
The lawsuits against AFRINIC by one of its Resource Members has piled up in the past months. This has become a matter of serious concern not just to the African regional community but it caused ripples in the global Internet community.
Supreme Court of Mauritius prohibits AFRINIC CEO, Eddy Kayihura, from acting as AFRINIC Director
The African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC) is the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for Africa. AFRINIC has been fighting against a series of legal battles waged by some of its Resource Members, for quite some time.
AFRINIC CEO announced a temporary emergency moderation of the community discussion list
AFRINIC hosts several mailing lists, among which the Community Discuss & the Resource Policy Discussions are two public mailing lists that are mostly active.
The Supreme Court of Mauritius orders AFRINIC to not include Dr. A. Omari in Board Meetings
The African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC) is the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for Africa. It is responsible for the distribution and management of Internet number resources (IPv4, IPv6 and ASN) for the African and Indian Ocean region.