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Mannie de Beer ZS6AK Pam Momberg is remembering those who are no longer with us.   I was saddened to learn of the passing of Mannie de Beer ZS6AK. I remember Mannie being someone who was always willing to assist the Hams with his knowledge, expertise and in some cases even supplying them with equipment to get their stations on the air. Mannie gave Jimmy ZS6APS CW classes in the early fifties, and helped to get him on the air.  Mannie was a great asset to the hobby and our Club. When the club started in 1975, Mannie was there, and through the years was always willing to share his extensive knowledge of amateur radio with our members. He was made Honorary Life Member of our club, a great prestige, proving his worth to the club and its members.  He was an avid DXer and was very popular amongst the hams in the USA. He loved experimenting with antennas and working high power.  In later years he could no longer see to drive his car, so was not as visible, but he was always in the background, helping wherever he could.  Mannie ZS6AK was a great Ham, well known in the Ham fraternity, and he will be remembered for many years to come. Mention the name Mannie, and someone will have a story to tell about him.  R.I.P. Mannie, you are sorely missed.

Mannie de Beer ZS6AK
Pam Momberg is remembering those who are no longer with us.
I was saddened to learn of the passing of Mannie de Beer ZS6AK. I remember Mannie being someone who was always willing to assist the Hams with his knowledge, expertise and in some cases even supplying them with equipment to get their stations on the air. Mannie gave Jimmy ZS6APS CW classes in the early fifties, and helped to get him on the air.
Mannie was a great asset to the hobby and our Club. When the club started in 1975, Mannie was there, and through the years was always willing to share his extensive knowledge of amateur radio with our members. He was made Honorary Life Member of our club, a great prestige, proving his worth to the club and its members.
He was an avid DXer and was very popular amongst the hams in the USA. He loved experimenting with antennas and working high power.
In later years he could no longer see to drive his car, so was not as visible, but he was always in the background, helping wherever he could.
Mannie ZS6AK was a great Ham, well known in the Ham fraternity, and he will be remembered for many years to come. Mention the name Mannie, and someone will have a story to tell about him.
R.I.P. Mannie, you are sorely missed.

Dave Gemmell ZS6AAW was wished well on his relocating to division 5.

Our First meeting at the Hatfield Clubhouse
Dave Gemmell ZS6AAW was wished well on his relocating to division 5.

 

After a hard day's work cleaning the Hatfield Clubhouse it's time to relax.

After a hard day’s work cleaning the Hatfield Clubhouse it’s time to relax.

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Pam ZS6APT - First YL to achieve WAZS 700

Pam ZS6APT – First YL to achieve WAZS 700

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A G M 2017 Committee Members

A G M 2017 Committee Members

 

Chairman: Wally ZS6BCI & Ken ZS6KN
Vice Chairman: Brazz ZR6UV & Gert ZR6BV
Secretary / Treasurer: Billy ZS6WPS
Technical: Johan ZS6CAQ
Members: Dave ZS6AZP & Steven ZS6RCA & Gerrit
Trophies:
Jan Roos Trophy – Miemie ZR6JL
Gordon Steward Trophy – Johan ZS6CAQ
Die Perd Trophy – Stephen ZS6SVJ
TL Trophy – Ken ZS6KN
Home Brew Trophy – Stephen ZS6SVJ

Certificates:
Miemie – ZR6JL For Constant Reporting into Club Bulletins.
Richard – ZS6UK For Constant Reporting into Club Bulletins.
Johan – ZS6CAQ For Constant Reporting into Club Bulletins.
Dave – ZS6AZP For Project Articles & Technical Talks.
Brazz – ZR6UV Producing and Reading Weekly Bulletins.
Stephen – ZR6SFW For Constant Reporting into Club Bulletins.

11th July 2017 RIP Jimmy Momberg 11th July 2017 RIP Jimmy Momberg ZS6APS


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