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Summits on the Air - SOTA

ZS Chasers and Activators

Chasers

No Name and Call Activations Worked Points
1 Gert Botha, ZS6GC 12 36
2 Pierre van Deventer, ZS6A 4 30
3

Hannes Ferreira, ZS6JPS (SK)

5 22
4 Lucas Swart, ZS6ACT 11 16
5 Dennis Green, ZS4BS 5 14
6 Andries Visagie, ZS6VL 4 10
  Pierre van Deventer, ZS6BQS 3 10
8 Elna Botha, ZS6EB 2 6
  Martha Swart, ZS6MMS 2 6
10 10th Thomas Groenewald, ZS6TMO 1 4
  Lucas Holtzhausen, ZS6LH 8 4
  Dawie Conradie, ZR6DHC 2 4
13 Andre le Roux, ZS1JEN 2 2
       

Activators

No Name and Call Summits Activated Points
1 Lucas Swart, ZS6ACT 21 115
2 Sid Tyler, ZS5AYC 20 113
3 Adele Tyler, ZS5APT 9 58
4 Christo Kriek, ZR6LJK 8 44
5 Gert Botha, ZS6GC 8 35
6 Willem Taljaard, ZS6WBT 6 30
7 Allan Wood, ZR1AAH 19 24
8 Thomas Groenewald, ZS6TMO, and 4 18
  Detlev Hoffman, ZS6BAB 4 18
10 Andre Roos, ex ZS1AN 4 15
11 Dennis Green, ZS4BS 4 12
12 Hans Blondeel Timmerman, ZS/PB2T 3 10
13 Andre le Roux, ZS1JEN 3 2
14 ZS1GPL 1 1

Rudi Venter, ZS6DX, and his wife Katrin, ZS6KVR, activated a summit in the Magaliesberg on 1 January 2003 but never uploaded the log to the SOTA database. It was thought to be GP-008, but on investigation, it was found not to be - GP-008 is about 10 km from there.

 

Somewhere in 2009, Sam, ZS1SAM, Deon, ZS1AFU, and John, ZS1JHG, operated from ZS/WC-070 Elsepiek for “Shack-in-a-sack” the forerunner of RaDAR. They did not upload that log to the SOTA database. See the photo on the cover of the September/October 2009 issue of Radio ZS.