Tenders

View all current tenders from government for the Mpumalanga region here:

http://www.sa-tenders.co.za/search-result?field_sector_tid=All&field_region_tid=10&field_issuer_value=

View all current tenders from municipalities in the Ehlanzeni district here:

http://www.localgovernment.co.za/south-africa/tenders/6/Mpumalanga

Download municipal procurement guide here:

Understanding Municipal Procurement – a guide for businesses

 

VIEW THE LATEST TENDER BULLETINS:

Tender Bulletin 2985_6 Oct 17

Tender Bulletin 2982_15 Sept 2017

Tender Bulletin 2978_18 Aug 2017

Tender Bulletin 2977_11 August 2017

Tender Bulletin 2976_Aug 2017

Tender Bulletin 2975_28 July 2017

 

ADVERTS FOR GOVERNMENT TENDERS WILL NO LONGER BE PLACED IN NEWSPAPERS,

PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA – 18 Feb 16, Times Live, Source News 24:

The president, during his reply to the State of the Nation Address debate, said the use of a tender portal would be compulsory for all departments from April 1, 2016.

“This means that all tenders will be advertised in one place and will be accessed free of charge.

“Government tenders will thus no longer be advertised in newspapers and this will be another cost saver for government,” Zuma said to applause and cheers from ANC MPs.

The office of the chief procurement officer was also operational and all suppliers doing business with government would only have to register once off.

“This reduces the cost for suppliers as they do not have to go to multiple institutions if they wish to do business with government.”

Zuma said statistics showed that procurement reforms were already bearing fruits and saving the state hundreds of millions of Rands.

“For example school building designs have been standardised nationally… we will no longer be building schools at a cost above R30 million,” he said.

Revised Preferential Procurement Regulations – 24 January 2017:

The revised regulations are aligned to President Jacob Zuma’s pronouncement in his 2015 State of the Nation Address, wherein he said that government will set-aside 30% of appropriate categories of State procurement for purchasing from SMMEs, co-operatives as well as township and rural enterprises.

The main changes contained in the revised PPR are:

  • 80/20 preference points system
  • 90/10 preference points system
  • Sub-contracting as a condition of tender
  • Pre-qualification criteria

2017012301 – Media Statement revised PPR

Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017 as per Gazette 10684

 

 

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