Where applicable documents will be availablewill be available at the site briefing at the Municipal Office in Belfast, and can be obtained on payment of a non-refundable cash amount of R 350.00 per bid document
Sealed documents marked with tender no. as indicated above, must be placed in the bid box at the Municipality Office in Emakhazeni not later than than12h00 on 0n the designated day as advertised , there after the bids will be opened in public at the municipal offices.
Please note that no bid documents will be given to couriers unless the courier company is in the possession of a letter on an official letterhead, confirming on behalf of the company the full details of the specific bid/bids to be collected, as well as the payment of the full amount payable for bids required
The Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, (Act 5 of 2000) Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017, The Supply Chain Management Policy of the Emakhazeni Local Municipality and other enabling legislation will be applied in the evaluation and adjudication process
Bids will be adjudicated in terms of the preferential Policy Framework Act, 5/2000, Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017. Bids will remain valid for 90 days. Emakhazeni Local Municipality reserves the right to negotiate further conditions and requirements with the successful bidder.
The Council reserves the rights to either accept the whole or part of any bid, or not to appoint. Facsimiles or e-mail are not acceptable
Bidders will be required to submit proof of registration with Central Supplier Database and BBBEE status
A compulsory site inspection will be held at the venues mentioned on the table above.
Municipal technical enquiries should be addressed to: Hlengiwe Nkosi Tel: 013 253 7601(Emakhazeni Municipality)