How to Join
Join us on a THURSDAY night (currently every 2nd and 4th Thursday of a month – details on our Calendar on the website) at 6pm in the club office (173 Republic Rd – inside CityRock   :   on Public Hols if we are not open) for a talk about joining the MCSA Johannesburg Section.  NB:  THESE TALKS ARE CURRENTLY NOT BEING DONE EVERY THURSDAY , BUT every second and fourth Thursday of the month – check our calendar for the dates.  In this talk we cover what the club is about, our code of conduct, how to join, activities, land access and what is going on.  After that you can fill out the forms, give us a photo in electronic format and pay the fees.  Thereafter it takes about two weeks for your membership to be processed and you to be issued with a card.

You’ll also find out that we have a two-way relationship with our members – we also have expectations of you! For eg our members patrol our reserved mountain areas and play a vital role within the club (presenting our slide shows, assisting with hosting meets and Wednesday night events and conservation).

We want to get to know you, and we’d like you to get to know us. And it’s a great way to find out first-hand about access and activities of the Club.

Contact the MCSA Johannesburg Administrator (admin@jhb.mcsa.org.za / tel: 061 461 8259 weekdays 3 – 6 pm) about the next prospective members’ meeting, or check on the calendar.

From August fees reduce by half for ordinary categories, and once the next year’s fee is determined (late Nov) membership applications will be processed for the following year and hence essentially December in the current year will be free.

2019 FEES:

Category 2020 Fee (R)  
Ordinary Member (Single) (25 – 65) 795.00
Ordinary Members (Married) 1260.00
Country Member (Single) 565.00
Country Member (Married) 745.00
Senior Member (65 years and older) 380.00
Senior Member (Married) 610.00
Youth Member (between 18 and 25) 380.00
Junior Member (up to 18 yrs) 135.00

Entrance Fee* (deferred till age 25)

300.00     Per person / once-off

Note:  Country membership is defined as any member or applicant whose place of ordinary residence
is such as to preclude him/her from making effective use of the Sections facilities – generally who lives
at least 50 kms from the offic, and such person is in any event subject to all the rules relating to an
ordinary member.

Country member: