About Internet Governance
The South African Internet Governance Forum was inaugurated in September 2011. Its overall objective was to develop a coordinated and coherent approach to dealing with Internet Governance issues in the South Africa.
The South African Internet Governance Forum (ZAIGF) is a multi-stakeholder forum that facilitates and strengthens dialogues on public policy issues related to Internet Governance in an open and transparent manner that will shape the future of the Internet ecosystem in South Africa.Read more
Constituencies of the ZAIGF
South African Internet Governance Forum is a multistakeholder platform with stakeholders representing Government, Civil Society, Business and academia to bridge the gaps that exist and to bring all South Africans into the knowledge economy that is created by the internet.Read more
Purpose of Internet Governance
Internet Governance is a collective responsibility, inclusive of all the stakeholders, to engage for an inclusive dialogue with regards to matters pertaining to the Internet and is an open discussion on key policy issues and other factors that may affect the future of Internet users.Read more