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 Posted: Fri Dec 7th, 2018 08:52 am
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Dr halibut hoffman

Joined: Wed Sep 16th, 2009
Location: Cape, South Africa
Posts: 2755
Back on this subject and I asked a mate of mine who is an avid drone pilot and racer about this..His main thing is flying FPV with his goggles, tricks and racing. He is a member of club etc..He said unless you have turned your drone into a business or have huge drone larger than 3m and 5kg you do not need licenses etc. and your drone is a "model aircraft" and so long that you avoid no-fly zones, private property, roads and people you can gaan mal.