ZD9, Gough Island. Pierre, ZD9M (ZS1HF / ZS8M) was worked on 14 300 kHz during the weekend. QSL via ZS1A.
7P, Lesotho. Peter, EI7CC, makes a return trip to Lesotho this month. He will reactivate his 7P8PB call from 14 March until 3 April. As before he will be using the shack of Gerry, 7P8CC (EI8CC).
5H, Tanzania. Arne, OH2NNE, is once again active as 5H2DK from Sanya Juu until 23 March. He states that he will use the "same setup as last time. Hope for less QRN on 40 m. If so, I will also try to be active on 80 m." Activity will then be on 80 - 10 metres on SSB only. Suggested frequencies are: 3 790, 7 120, 14 250, 18 150, 21 250, 24 950 and 28 450 kHz. QSL via his home call sign, by the Bureau or direct. Log will be uploaded to ClubLog, LoTW and his Web page.
C9, Mozambique. Gerard, ZS6AYU, will once again be active as C91GR from Bilene between 16 and 19 March. Activity will be holiday style on 40 – 10 metres, usually CW only, using a Cushcraft R7000 vertical and 350 watts. QSL via ZS6AYU, direct or by the Bureau.
S0, Western Sahara (Update). The DX-World.net reports: "Unfortunately, due to prohibitive cost of permit for one week, and the fact it now appears local activity from Western Sahara will soon occur, Dom, 3Z9DX, has decided to cancel his plans to be active in mid-March." Dom also informs DX World that he will have a 'very big surprise' by the end of the year, with updates to follow in due course.
CT9, Madeira Island. Jean-Marc, F5SGI, will be active as CT9/F5SGI from Madeira Island (IOTA AF-014, WLOTA 0053) from 5 to 12 April 2014. He will be active on 80 to 10 metres, mainly CW. QSL via home call, either bureau or direct.
Lampedusa Island AF-019. An international team of operators will be active as IG9Y from Lampedusa Island during the CQ WW DX SSB Contest (25 and 26 October) as a Multi-Op entry. Twelve operators are mentioned. Activity outside the contest will be on 160 to 6 metres using CW, SSB, and RTTY, with four stations on the air. QSL via ON4LG. An OQRS will be available for direct and Bureau cards. Visit their Web page at http://ig9y.com
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