Cash-In-Transit Services Invitation To Tender

INVITATION TO TENDER
PROVISION OF CASH-IN-TRANSIT SERVICES
FOR THE KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY FOR A
PERIOD OF THREE YEARS
TENDER NO. MN 20/2018
In terms of Chapter 11 of the Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003,
tenders are hereby invited for the above.
The physical address for collection of tender documents is: The Office of the
Executive Director, Community Safety Services, Lavoipierre Building, 2 Industria
Crescent, KwaDukuza upon presentation of a receipt proving prior payment of
a non-refundable fee of R201.75 (inclusive of VAT), having been made at the
Municipal Finance Directorate, General Justice Mpanza Building, 104 Mahatma
Gandhi Street, KwaDukuza. (Cash or bank guaranteed cheques only).
Tender documents will be available from 10h00 on 24 May 2018 until 15h00 on
30 May 2018. The cut-off time for selling of tender document is 15h00 on the
30 May 2018. Documents to be collected from Community Safety: Executive
Directors Office, from the P.A., Lungile Macebo (032) 437 5060. Technical
queries contact: Cecil Viramuthu, (032) 437 5060.
A compulsory clarification meeting with representatives of the Employer will
take place at the Supper Room, cnr King Shaka Street and Chief Albert
Luthuli Street, KwaDukuza, starting at 10h00 am on 31 May 2018. Failure
to attend the compulsory clarification meeting will disqualify the tender. Only
those contractors who are in possession of a tender document shall be permitted
to attend and participate in discussion at the compulsory clarification meeting.
Doors to the venue will be closed at 10h15. No late service providers will be
permitted to attend.
Tenders shall be placed in sealed envelopes, endorsed “TENDER NO. MN 20/2018
PROVISION OF CASH-IN TRANSIT FOR KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY FOR A
PERIOD OF THREE YEARS” and be placed in the Tender Box at the Municipal
Offices, 14 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, KwaDukuza, no later than 12h00 on
22 June 2018 at which time the tenders will be opened in public. Tenders are to
be submitted on the tender documentation provided by the Municipality. Late,
electronic or faxed tenders will not be accepted.
Bids will be evaluated and adjudicated according to the following criteria:
• 80/20 preference points system will apply in terms of the Preferential
Procurement Regulation. 2017 (B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution – an original
or certified copy of the certificate is required) • Contractor shall be registered
on the National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database • Council’s Supply
Chain Management Policy • Prices tendered must be firm and inclusive of VAT
• Contractor shall provide the Municipality with a compliance clearance PIN to
verify your tax compliance status • A certified copy of the most recent municipal
account in which the business is registered. District municipality (water) and
Local municipality (rates, electricity and other) or if the bidder is a tenant then a
letter or certificate from the landlord indicating that the levies are not in arrears
• Certificate of Attendance at the clarification meeting • The tender price shall be
valid for 90 days from the closing date.
All prospective tenderers will be screened in accordance with the National
Treasury’s Defaulters Database.
Council does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender or any tender and
reserves the right to accept any part or the whole of any tender and preference
will be given to Affirmative Business Enterprises. The Municipality also reserves
the right to call on preferred bidders to form a joint venture with a BEE company.
Canvassing in any form in the gift is strictly prohibited and will lead to the
disqualification of the tender. No bids will be considered from persons in the
services of any organ of the state.
N.J. MDAKANE: MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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