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

  BURSARIES

HOME


Amateur Radio Mirror
Sponsored by Sentech
Sundays 10:00 CAT
17 7
60kHz
7 205 kHz
7082 kHz

Mondays 18:30 CAT
4895 kHz

Click here for the full transmission schedule



 


 

 

 

2017 Bursary Scheme

SAARDT TONY REUMERMAN BURSARY PROGRAMME 2017-

Applications for 2017  Bursaries are now open

The South African Amateur Radio Development Trust will be offering four bursaries during 2017for students and learners under 26 years old to study for and write the Class A Radio Amateur Examination.  Each bursary is valued at R1000. This will cover the RAE examination fee, cost of the first year license with the balance towards tuition cost.

Two bursaries are available for the May examination and two for the November examination. 

To apply complete the bursary application form. Summit it with a photograph of the candidate to saardt@intekom.co.za. 

Application closing date:

May Examination 15 February 2017
October Examination  15 August 2017

Application form  can be downloaded here

Conditions:

A recent picture  in jpeg format of the applicant must be attached to the application as well a short essay ( 100 - 150 words  by the applicant why he or she wishes to become a radio amateur.

Bursaries are awarded at the discretion of the Board of Trustees of the South African Amateur Radio Development trust


MAKE A CONTRIBUTION TO THE BURSARY FUND 

With your contribution we can expand the bursary fund.  Your contribution will be acknowledged on this page. Bursaries can also be linked to your name, club or company. Your support will be recognised on this page

Send your donations to

SA Amateur Radio Development Trust
ABSA Bank
Account: 560 142 722
Branch code 632 005

Please send your details to saardt@intekom.co.za

 

Tony Reumerman ZS6AOG

Tony is presently unable to participate in amateur radio.  He and his wife, Colleen, have donated the proceeds of the sale of some of his equipment to create the bursary fund.


 


Tony (left) during one of the many BACAR flights  he was a major sponsor and participant of.