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AFRINIC Bylaws (2007) - Archived


 13.1 The business and affairs of the Company shall be managed by, or under the direction and supervision of, the Board.

13.2 Subject to such modifications, adaptations, exceptions or limitations which may be contained in the Act and the Constitution, the Board shall have all the power necessary for managing, and for directing and supervising the management of, the business and affairs of the Company.

13.3 Without prejudice to the generality of Articles 13.1 and 13.2 above, the Directors shall be entitled to:

(i) determine the guidelines for the allocation of address space for Members;

(ii) consider broad Internet policy issues in order to ensure that the policies and strategies of the Company fully respond to the changing Internet environment;

(iii) determine a financial budget for the activities of the Company for a given period;

(iv) establish a ceiling for expenditures for a given period and from time to time to vary such ceiling as they deem fit;

(v) fill any casual vacancy in the office of the auditor of the Company;

(vi) provide any general directives to the Chief Executive Officer regarding the staffing of the Company;

(vii) determine the conditions of employment of the employees of the Company who are employed at an Executive level;

(viii) reduce or waive fees payable by any person to the Company, or to amend in any manner whatsoever the conditions relating to the payment thereof;

(ix) to appoint or remove the secretary of the Company and to determine the remuneration payable to such secretary; and

(x) to appoint such committees for such reasons and with such terms of reference as they shall consider necessary or desirable.

13.4 Subject to Section 13.1 of, and the Seventh Schedule to, the Act, the Directors may delegate their powers to such Persons as they shall consider necessary and/or desirable.


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