Gautrain has on Saturday announced that its operations will continue on Sunday with limited-service.
Gautrain employees affiliated to the National Union of Metalworkers – (Numsa) are set to go on strike from tomorrow.
Due to planned maintenance Gautrain will not be working between Centurion, Pretoria and Hatfield and will provide buses in those areas.
Gautrain is offering free rides to and from the O.R Tambo international airport on Tuesday to all Springbok supporters wearing a Springbok shirt and without luggage.
The City of Johannesburg has launched a forensic investigation into the Sandton Gautrain Station, saying the company that bought the land on which the station has been built never paid for it.
Industry experts have welcomed news that some of the Gautrain busses are to be powered by hydrogen instead of diesel.
Residents from informal settlements protesting against the demolition of their homes in Alexandra and Marlboro, north of Johannesburg have threatened to march to the Gautrain Marlboro Station, and prevent the Gautrain from operating.
American based film production studio, MiclnGrace studios is set to film a multi-million dollar project in Sandton, north of Johannesburg in the coming months. South Africa’s high-speed train will be featured in this international production.
The Gautrain management says full services will resume on Wednesday once the operational schedule has been updated.
Gautrain employees affiliated to the United National Transport Union (UNTU) say they are happy that the protest action has come to an end.