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Amateur Radio is the greatest of all scientific hobbies

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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. 

The Public Information Network  has been created  to develop a number of Public Information Officers around the country to promote amateur radio, the South African Radio League and their local radio Club.

Media are invited to contact local PIO's for information and assistance with local stories about amateur radio and shortwave listening

Contact Details:

National: Hans van de Groenendaal
012 991 4662  cell 082 781 4631

Media Release:

Current 5 October 2009

ESSAY COMPETITION TO CELEBRATE SPACE WEEK

Radio Amateurs are celebrating the launch of South Africa’s second satellite “SumbandilaSat” and Space week 2009 with an essay competition in which learners in grade 8 – 12 are encouraged to explore space opportunities for South Africa.

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