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Amateur Radio is the greatest of all scientific hobbies

Updated 15 April 2013

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The South African Radio League is the National Body for Amateur Radio in South Africa and a member of the International Amateur Radio Union. Both organisations were  founded in 1925 and have a proud history of supporting communication science and technology and its continuous development. Today Amateur Radio is the greatest of all scientific hobbies. 

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Cape Town Radio Amateur John Streeter ( circa 1925) (No high Resolution available

Press cutting from the 1926 Cape Argus. First emergency call via radio in South Africa

 

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Hamnet field exercise

 

Young people in Amateur Radio

 

Ben Erasmus 13 years old

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Francois Botha ZS6BUU, National Director SARL HAMNET. Right click to download hi-res 

 

 

SARL HAMNET operating from the Two Oceans Joint Operations centre April 2010

 

 

SARL HAMNET at two Oceans April 2010