Membership Categories

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Family members
Any married couple and their children up to the age of 18 years.

Bachelor members
Any unmarried persons of either gender over the age of 18 years.

Country members
Members who normally reside outside the magisterial districts of Mtunzini, Eshowe, Lower Umfolozi and Hlabisa.

Senior members
A Member over 65 years and having been a member for at least 5 years. Applications for senior membership must be submitted in writing to the Honorary Secretary and will be effective from the commencement of the following year.

Junior members
Persons who are attending a full time educational institute. Applications for student must be submitted in writing to the Honorary Secretary. They must provide satisfactory proof of registration at a recognised Tertiary institution. They have no voice in the affairs of the club.

Persons under the age of 18 years whose parents are not members of the Club. They have no voice in the affairs of the club. Every Scholar, upon attaining the age of 18 years, must present himself for election to a student or senior membership category without further entrance fee before his next subscription fails due, failing which he shall ipso facto cease to be a member of the Club

Temporary / Visiting members
Persons temporarily resident in Zululand. Such members have not the privilege of introducing guests or of voting at any Club meetings.

Cruising members
Members who are away from the Club on extended cruises. No annual subscription is payable by cruising members as their membership is deemed to be 'frozen' during their absence. Applications for cruising membership must be submitted in writing to the Honorary Secretary. Cruising members shall request renewal of their cruising status at the end of the financial year for the new financial year.

Reciprocity members
An ordinary or country member of any club with which the club enjoys reciprocity has immediate entry to the club and can enjoy all its amenities without payment of entrance fee for subscription. They have do not have the right to propose or second a candidate for election; to take part in a ballot; to attend General meetings; to have any voice in the affairs of the club or to incur any liability to the Club. They may introduce guests.

Intermediate Membership
These are individuals who wish to be members of the club and use its facilities, but do not have assets at the club or wish to be involved in its running