The South African Radio League (SARL) have received the results from the recent October 2018 Amateur / Ham Radio Exam.
75 people passed the 90 question Class A exam for the HAREC compatible licence, equivalent to UK Full. The Class A RAE is a single exam direct route to the Full (ZS prefix) 1 kilowatt licence, there is no need to take the Class B RAE as well.
Just 4 people passed the 30 question Class B exam for the 100 watt licence which is equivalent to UK Foundation. One difference between the UK is that in South Africa you need to be aged under 20 to sit the Class B exam. You are allowed to hold a Class B (ZU prefix) licence until you are 25.
The exams are held twice a year, in May and October.
Results of RAE held October 2018 - http://www.sarl.org.za/Web3/RAE/ExamResultsPublic.aspx
RAE Syllabus and Study Guide - http://www.sarl.org.za/public/licences/rae.asp