Tenders are hereby invited in terms of Section 112 of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act 56 of 2003 read with uMlalazi Supply Chain Management Policy to undertake the following:


Tender Number: 41/20/21

Point System: 80/20

Preference Point System: 80/20

Closing Date and Time: Tuesday, 18 May 2021 at 11 KV Challenor Street, Eshowe at 12:00 PM.

Contact Person: Bongani Mjadu 063 354 6381

Sealed tenders (with required samples) endorsed TENDER NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION must reach the Municipal Manager, uMlalazi Municipality, and be hand delivered and placed in the Tender Box at the Municipal Buildings, KV Challenor Street, Eshowe by no later than 12:00 on the above stipulated dates.

Prospective Tenderers are requested to take note that the directives applicable in respect of the B-BBEE as prescribed in the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2017. This tender will be evaluated on the above stipulated point system. Registration on the Councils Database is preferred prior to the submission and closing of the tender. It is the responsibility of the Tenderer to ensure that the Data Base registration documents are received by the Supply Chain Management Office.

Further information in this regard can be obtained from: The Supply Chain Management Unit on (035) 473 3300 ext. 3445. Tenderers are requested to register on Central Supplier Database (CSD).

Tender documents will be e-mailed subject to receipt of proof of payment, on Mondays to Fridays from 09h30am to 12h30pm. Tender documents will be available from 05 May 2021 up to 11 May 2021 at a cost of R500.00. Only EFT Payments will be accepted and must be made on or before the last day of purchasing tender document. Proof thereof must be submitted to to reserve a tender document. Payment may be deposited to uMlalazi Municipality as per the following banking details; First National Bank: Account Number 52191090523, Branch 220230. Proof of payment may be e-mailed to (Use company name as reference).

There will be no briefing session: For any clarity contact: Mr Bongani Mjadu, on: 063 354 6381, during normal office hours.

OBJECTIVE CRITERIA: First preference will be given to suppliers within the jurisdictions of uMlalazi Municipality in terms of section 2 (1) (F) of Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act and section 2 (1)(a)(iv) of the SCM policy. This will be applicable on submission of quotations at a later stage.

Tenderers are required to comply with and meet the minimum threshold requirements in respect of Local Production and Content for all Designated Sectors on Declaration Certificate (MBD6.2).

Late tenders, telegraphic or facsimiled tenders will not be accepted. Canvassing in the gift of council is strictly prohibited and will lead to disqualification of tenders. UMlalazi Local Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest bid or any other bid and reserves the right to accept the whole/part of the bid.