The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) must fulfil the promise the company made to the widow of the slain train driver Pieter Botha before it spends money on yet another facelift of the Cape Town Station.
The planned improvements worth R2.9 billion of the East London’s Port is long overdue as the current infrastructure is outdated such as, the grain elevator which is not being utilized for some time now as it’s broken.
Commuters using railways across the country should take responsibility in exposing any crime that causes delays such as cable theft and burning of coaches and have empathy with defenseless train drivers who have to endure the trauma of not knowing […]
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) will have no option than to call on its members to go on a legal strike if Bombela, the operator of the Gautrain, continue to play games and use delaying tactics instead of trying […]
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) are not involved in a strike of drivers of Metrorail in Cape Town over the past two days after one of our members, Mr. Pieter Barend (Piet) Botha, a train driver, was shot twice […]
It is with shock and dismay that the United National Transport Union (UNTU) has learned that one of its members, Mr. Pieter Barend (Piet) Botha, a train driver, was shot twice and died after being robbed at the […]
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) attempts to conciliate the dispute on salary negotiations with Bombela, the company that operates Gautrain, at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) failed today and the parties reached a deadlock within hours. […]
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) will not take any blame that might occur to hundreds of thousands of passengers should its members decide to use its constitutional rights in terms of the Labour Relations Act and proceed with a […]
The United National Transport Union (UNTU) questions the motives behind the decision of the Competition Commission to initiate an investigation against Transnet for “excessive pricing” and “exclusionary practices” in delivering port services.