Prasa launches 100 new locally manufactured trains
The transport department and the parastatal unveiled the 100th locomotive set, which is produced locally by the Gibela Consortium.Read more
Applications open for 13 Gibela-sponsored training programmes
Unemployed South Africans in KwaThema, Tsakane, Duduza and the immediate surrounding areas in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, are invited to apply for a number of technical and business skills training opportunities provided by the Gibela Rail Transport ConsortiumRead more
Committed to the social and economic success of Ekurhuleni
Train manufacturer Gibela is deeply committed to ensuring South Africa’s socio-economic success, and particularly to set the seal on the economic and social advancement of the communities nearby its main plant, in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng.Read more
Gibela alerts potential bursary applicants to a scam
The Gibela Rail Consortium has issued a warning to potential applicants about a video which has been circulated on social media and other channels, including TikTok about Gibela bursaries.Read more
Gibela highlights jobs scam in Springs
Gibela Rail Transport Consortium is aware of fake advertisements for jobs doing the rounds. The current scam is based in Springs, Gauteng, and the perpetrators are using a fake website address (www.gibelaincubator.co.za) and fake cell phone number (087 133 0015) to advertise so-called jobs at Gibela. These are not genuine positions offered at the company.
Apply now for a Gibela Rail Transport Consortium bursary
Gibela Rail Transport Consortium is calling for applications for 200 bursaries that will be awarded for 2022.
Bursaries are available to students who are already studying or have enrolled at universities, universities of technology, or technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges.Read more
SA is going a through a commuter rail revolution. We spoke to Gibela CEO Hector Danisa about it.
As someone who grew up in a mud hut near Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal, Hector Danisa admits he is a little surprised that he is now playing a leading role in recreating South Africa’s rail industry.Read more