New South African commuter train manufacturer Gibela moves to its new home at Dunnottar in Ekurhuleni on the second of January twenty eighteen. We look forward to working with all of our stakeholders on changing the face of South African rail transport over the next ten years and beyond.

Construction of the Gibela plant, in Dunnottar, on the far East Rand is on track for completion in March next year, says Gibela Rail Transport Consortium CEO Thierry Darthout.

As 2017 draws to a close, the new factory and training centre complex and corporate office of emerging South African commuter train manufacturer Gibela, at Dunnottar in Ekurhuleni, is nearly complete – just short of two years from the start of construction.

Construction of the Gibela plant, in Dunnottar on the far East Rand, is on track for completion in March next year, says Gibela Rail Transport Consortium CEO Thierry Darthout.

Gibela has completed 65 per cent of the construction of its R1-billion train manufacturing site in Dunnottar.

Educational support for learners, educators from early learning to post matric has been the focus thus far of Gibela’s support to historically disadvantaged communities in Ekurhuleni.

Gibela Rail Transport Consortium (Gibela) celebrates its third anniversary with a list of landmark achievements that sets South Africa’s railway sector well on track to recovery after decades of languishment.

President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday unveiled 13 new passenger trains to be operated by the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa's (PRASA's) Metrorail division.

Daily travelling by train is no longer going to be a headache for commuters in Pretoria, thanks to Prasa's newly unveiled world class locomotives.

President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday that government was investing a lot of money to improve the way people travel, adding that the launch of the new Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) trains marked the beginning of a 20-year modernisation programme.