Radio RSA, South Africa These images are taken from my collection of old radio memorabilia. Nothing here is less than about twenty years old, so please don’t ask me for copies. Radio RSA the voice of South Africa (front) Radio RSA the voice of South Africa (back) Radio RSA the voice of South Africa (inside) Frequency schedule 1989 Acknowledgement card RSA Calling 1989 (front cover) RSA Calling 1989 (p3) introduction / contents RSA Calling 1989 (p4) ‘To the countries of the world… from the world in one country’ (Fanus Venter) RSA Calling 1989 (p6) ‘South Africa’s black achievers’ RSA Calling 1989 (p8) ‘Medicine for Africa’ RSA Calling 1989 (p10) ‘The wild side of life’ RSA Calling 1989 (p11) ‘The wild side of life’ EmailFacebookTwitter 4 Comments Add Comment → John Womble I recall listening to Radio RSA during the 1960s and 1970s (6, 9, 12 and 21 mHz.). Great signals to the USA with informative programming. I still have a number of QSLs, along with programming schedules… 6th May 2015 Reply Juma I miss listening to Radio RSA while in RDCongo back around 1985-1987. Especially the program yours & mine, with all the best Djs of that time. Somebody got some pictures of them and recordings.I’d be greatfull to get them. Kindly regards 2nd April 2018 Reply Colin Miller I worked at Radio RSA between 1982 and 1986 in their frequency planning department. 16th August 2018 Reply Tor Alright!! Here in Europe it was a great reception on 11900 and 25790 kHz in the 70 century. A Question: Has Radio RSA ever broadcasted programs in Swedish? A Swedish DX-er, Lennart Weirell, in Sweden Calling DX-ers bulletin 6.9.1988 found the information that Radio RSA started with a 15 minute program in Danish and Swedish every Wednesday. The Danish programs are broadcast at 16.00 on 21535 kHz. The bulletin does not specify anything about the Swedish and some other information is also not in the bulletin. Do you have any information about these possible broadcasts? 10th August 2019 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.