The Amajuba Section of the Mountain Club of South Africa (MCSA), founded in 1983, is based in Newcastle, Kwa-Zulu Natal and actively fosters and facilitates mountaineering, climbing, trekking, mountain walking and related activities, as well as conservation of mountain areas and promoting fellowship between people with these interests.
For more information about the Club, please take a look around the site, or contact one of the committee members.
|Vice-Chairman||Johan de Villiers||072-712-7022|
|Secretary||Christine de Villiers||072-712-7022|
|Socials Convenor||Thea Groenewegen||034-312-3703
|Climbing and Rescue||Ruan Adendorff||082-577-7555|
|JubaJabber and email||Adriaan Dippenaar||082-337-2970|
|Additional member||Gerhard Lamprecht||---|
|When / Wanneer||Where / Waar||Who / Wie||What / Wat|
|7-9 March||Normandien Pass to Moorefield area||Ruan Adendorff|
|Weekend Hike (3-4)|
|21-23 March||Drakensberg (venue to be announced)||Hermann Kühne|
|Weekend Hike (3-5)|
The Amajuba section of the MCSA invites all mountain enthusiasts in the catchment area for the section to join us. our members live in Newcastle (where we have a club-house), Dundee, Vryheid, Ladysmith, Volksrust, Ingogo and surrounding areas. We organise at least one weekend and one day outing per month and meet regularly at our club-house in Newcastle.
To apply for membership please complete the Membership Application Form and return to the Membership Secretary (or other committee member) at a social, or post to P O Box 1362, Newcastle 2940.
Family: R260 per year
Single: R170 per year
Family: R190 per year
Single: R140 per year
|Trip reports||JubaJabber - The Newsletter of the Amajuba Section|
The MCSA was founded in 1891. The Club consists of a network of fourteen geographically located sections - Amajuba was founded in 1983 by a group of local mountain enthusiasts and became the 13th section of the MCSA in November 1984.
January 2014 JubaJabber in News and Events.