A domain name is the unique name that identifies an Internet site. For example, "kawsolutions.com", "CNN.com", and "Facebook.com" are domain names. Every Web site you've ever been to, and every e-mail you've ever composed, has used a domain name in its address. At kawa we do register both local and international domain names. Examples of local domain names are .co.ug, .go.ug. Examples of international domain names are .com.net.biz.us plus many more.
People register domain names in order to claim a particular name - whether for business or personal reasons. Once a domain name is registered to a person or business, that registrant retains the right to use the domain name exclusively as long as they continue to pay the yearly renewal fee.