Media

  • 500 000 hour lost-time injury free event

    500 000 hour lost-time injury free event  [icon]

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    8 December 2016

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  • Railway Introduction Course

    Railway Introduction Course [icon]

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    1 December 2016

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  • Maps and Mirrors Launch

    Maps and Mirrors Launch  [icon]

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    04 October 2016

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  • Mandela Day 2016

    Mandela Day 2016  [icon]

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    18 July 2016

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  • Supplier Day – Wolmerton

    Supplier Day - Wolmerton [icon]

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    17 June 2016

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  • Gibela, PRASA host sod-turning event

    Gibela, PRASA host sod turning event [icon]

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    4 March 2016

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  • Gibela, PRASA host media site visit to Brazil

    Gibela, PRASA host media site visit to Brazil [icon]

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    27 November 2014

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  • Marc Granger, Chief Executive Officer of Gibela

    Marc Granger [icon]

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    30 July 2014

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  • Siyahamba Engineering

    Douglas Siyahamba [icon]

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    Siyahamba Engineering is one of the local companies already contracted by Gibela for the manufacture of drivers' cab doors for the first 200 trains. The CEO of Siyahamba, seen here, is Douglas Chauke.

    30 July 2014

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  • The factory

    The factory [icon]

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    The X'Trapolis MEGA (MEtric GAuge) is a state-of-the-art train backed by global expertise in suburban rail transport.

    30 July 2014

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  • Trains

    Marc Granger [icon]

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    Gibela will build a new, world-class manufacturing facility in Dunnottar, Ekurhulani. The facility will be at the cutting edge of rail equipment production.

    30 July 2014

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  • Skills development

    Skills development [icon]

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    Gibela will train and upskill thousands of local people in various rail industry skills and is already developing its engineering department in preparation for the work ahead.

    30 July 2014

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