Gautrain offers supporters free rides to Springboks welcoming

The Gautarain is offering Springbok supporters free rides to the OR Tambo International Airport to welcome the Springboks.

While team captain Siya Kolisi and coach Rassie Erasmus are expected to arrive back home at around 19:00 on Tuesday, the rest of the team will land at 16:30.

Gautrain spokesperson Barbara Jensen says commuters should wear their team regalia in order to get a ride.

We will be offering free rides between 13:30 and 15:30 this afternoon and then this evening back from 18:00 until the last train at 21:00. Same rules, you have to wear your bok jersey or any other identifying clothes.

Barbara Jensen, Spokesperson - Gautrain

Head over to our website, there are quite a lot of terms and conditions in terms of where you can park.

Barbara Jensen, Spokesperson - Gautrain

Click on the link below to find out more...


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
Government improves access to finance for SMMEs

Government improves access to finance for SMMEs

Minister of Small Businesses Development Khumbudzo Ntshavheni says they have improved the feedback system for applicants.

CCMA set to mediate meeting between unions and SAA as strike continues

CCMA set to mediate meeting between unions and SAA as strike continues

Pundits weigh in on the protest happening at the airline and how passengers have been impacted by it.

[LISTEN] Sports psychology lessons to learn from Springboks RWC campaign

[LISTEN] Sports psychology lessons to learn from Springboks RWC campaign

Clinical psychologist with a Ph.D. in sports, Pierre Nel says Rassie Erasmus had a vision for the team and everything fell into place.

'My message to Kolisi was to play the sport as best as he can and he did that'

'My message to Kolisi was to play the sport as best as he can and he did that'

Former Home Affairs spokesperson Mayihlome Tshwete reflects on the Springboks win against England on Saturday.

[WATCH] Further glory as triumphant Springboks win big at World Rugby Awards

[WATCH] Further glory as triumphant Springboks win big at World Rugby Awards

The 2019 World Cup champions lifted three top awards: Team, Coach and Player of the Year.

[WATCH] Drummers welcome victorious Springboks to World Rugby Awards

[WATCH] Drummers welcome victorious Springboks to World Rugby Awards

The RWC world champions made a memorable entrance at the international award ceremony in Tokyo.

Popular articles
Steenhuisen voted DA's interim leader, Meyer chosen as interim federal chair

Steenhuisen voted DA's interim leader, Meyer chosen as interim federal chair

John Steenhuisen and Makashule Gana were both gunning for the DA's top position left vacant following Mmusi Maimane's resignation.

SAA doesn't have cash flow to pay unions what they want, says airline exec

SAA doesn't have cash flow to pay unions what they want, says airline exec

Thousands of SAA workers, including cabin crew, technical and ground staff, began striking on Friday to demand higher pay.

We have bent over backwards, it appears unions don't want to settle - SAA

We have bent over backwards, it appears unions don't want to settle - SAA

Sacca president, Zazi Nsibanyoni-Anyiam Mugambi and airlines acting CFO Deon Fredricks weigh in on the strike facing the airline.

Can’t find your phone? Drop everything – thieves can get into your banking app!

Can’t find your phone? Drop everything – thieves can get into your banking app!

Did someone steal your phone? Contact your bank without hesitation warns consumer journalist Wendy Knowler.

'Unions are making a mistake. SAA is dying. It’s not Eskom – we don’t need it'

'Unions are making a mistake. SAA is dying. It’s not Eskom – we don’t need it'

SAA is on its knees, cap in hand, asking taxpayers for R2 billion this month. Unions must be careful, warns Guy Leitch (SA Flyer).

Unions and SAA get ready for fight that threatens to break the ailing airline

Unions and SAA get ready for fight that threatens to break the ailing airline

Joanne Joseph plays audio from the media briefing over the impending strike.

White pupils at posh Kingswood College refer to black scholars as 'snoobab'

White pupils at posh Kingswood College refer to black scholars as 'snoobab'

"This problem is bigger than just a Kingswood problem. The relevant processes will unfold," says College Head Colleen Vassiliou.