South African Amateur Radio Development Trust

P O BOX 90438 GARSFONTEIN 0042 SOUTH AFRICA
EMAIL:
saardt@intekom.co.za
Tel: +27 (0)12 991 4662    Fax: +27 (0)12 991 5651

OBJECTIVES OF THE TRUST
To promote the Amateur Radio Service as a national asset contributing to technology education, self-development and as a stepping-stone to a career in Electronics and Communication.

 PREDICTOR   BOOKS RAE BURSARIES

 


 


Under 25 Apply for a bursary to study for a class A Licence


 Amateur Radio Today

Sundays 10:00 CAT
17 6
60kHz
7205 kHz
7082 kHz

Mondays 18:30 CAT
3230 kHz


links

South African Radio League

SA AMSAT

 

 

Bursaries for  May  2015 RAE - apply now

The closing date for applications for RAE Class A Bursaries close on 31  January 2015. Get details here


OCTOBER 2014 BURSARY

One bursary was awarded to Brian Jones Jnr

Why I want to write the class A examination

I am currently a class B amateur radio operator and I would like to upgrade to a class A license. This will allow me to work DX internationally. I am a patrol leader at 1st Polokwane scout group and I take part in the Jamboree-on-the-air JOTA each year.

I have taken part in local contests and if I become an A class radio amateur I will be able to take part in ARRL and other international contests.

I intend making amateur radio my hobby for the rest of my life and need to pass the class A before I turn 25 and though that is more than tens years off, I would like to get it now.

Brian Jones ZU6BVW


 

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