Established in 1969 and based
in Johannesburg, Science Fiction & Fantasy South Africa (SFFSA)
is a club for fans of both science fiction and fantasy. Membership
Annual mini-conventions An extensive library
Quarterly Probe fanzine
NOVA Short story
Much much more!
country members are more than welcome
Science Fiction & Fantasy South Africa.
part of our community today and discover just how much else we
have to offer ? Whether you're based in Johannesburg, the rest of
South Africa or internationally!
- What you'll experience:
- Ian's thick Scottish accent, despite decades of
living in South Africa
- The obligatory B-grade movie, with the comments
that fly after an afternoon of drinks (Mystery Science Theatre, South
- Wormholes (naah, we're not going to explain
this one; you'll have to join us at an event to find out)
- Andrew on anime
- Carla on movies
- Ron's puns
- Ron urging you to join the:
- Astronomical Society of Southern Africa
- Military History Society of South Africa ?
"Whether you like it or not, it's the military which has been a major
driving force behind developments in technology."
- Archaeology Society of South Africa
- Simone asking what you've read lately and if
she may borrow it, please?
- Digby Ricci, guest speaker extraordinaire who
doesn't read science fiction, actually, and always wonders why we
FEES - 2012
- Please note that an SFSA membership covers
a single person, a co-habitating couple, or entire family. In other
words, if your are living under one roof, you only need a single
membership. You do however, get only one copy of PROBE, no matter how
large the number of people covered by a membership.
- To make life easier for ourselves,
especially when it comes to renewals, we
charge new members the Pro Rata rate applicable at the time they join.
Subscriptions are R250 per annum for local members. (In the Gauteng
Subscriptions are R170 per annum for country members. (Not in the
US$30.00 (or equivalent), with an additional US$30.00 to receive
- If paying
by cheque, an additional fee of +ZAR90.00 (or
necessary to cover bank charges. For this reason we recommend a SWIFT
transfer. We can also accept PayPal, but on our side it is a bit of a
performance, so please contact us for negotiation first.
& BANKING DETAILS
fees may be paid via electronic transfer, cheque or cash at an
event, accompanied by a completed membership
Cheques must be made out in the name of Science
email or fax
proof of electronic payment to:
Branch code 01 80 05
Account number 22 102 9028
International members: Please use SWIFT code SBZAZAJJ in your payments.
Please make out any cheques in the name of Science
Fiction South Africa, not SFSA.
Fiction South Africa
PO Box 781401
Fax +27 (0)11 209 4412
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