Ready and Resolute

Ready and Resolute

Dear All We all started this year amid a terrible second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa. As we did throughout last year, we showed terrific resilience to succeed through this period. Much of this is due to the hard work and sacrifice of our people in...
A Journey To Success

A Journey To Success

By Wes Kruger Traxtion Sheltam has had a successful working relationship with the National Railways of Zimbabwe (“NRZ”) and Zimasco since 2003 when locomotives were leased to Zimasco within the NRZ operating environment. For this reason we had no hesitation to engage...
Continuous Improvement Through Training

Continuous Improvement Through Training

By Toni Dapshis All incumbents that want to be considered for the programme must submit a letter of application, accompanied by a CV, certified ID copy, Driver’s License, School Leaver’s Certificate and any post-school qualifications. The applicants that have met...
Taking A Stand

Taking A Stand

By Nnoni Mokgethi The world statistics on Gender Based Violence (GBV) indicate that it is growing at a shocking rate. Every day, women of all ages are losing their lives at the hands of men who are meant to protect them. The statistics, published by the World Health...
Keep A Level Head

Keep A Level Head

By Thando Makoyi A level crossing is an intersection where a railway line crosses a road or path. There are over 7500 level crossings in South Africa today, and road users are required to follow road rules, signs and pay attention when approaching such crossings....