Bid Number:ALMT05/2020Bid Description:Supply and Delivery of Electrical Materials for a period of 36 monthsName of Institution: Chief Albert Luthuli MunicipalityPlace where goods, works or services are required: Chief Albert Luthuli Municipality
Date Published: 06 July 2020Closing Date / Time: 24 July 2020Enquiries:Contact Person:Mrs. AT MambaEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone number:017 843 4036FAX Number:N/A
Where bid documents can be obtained:Website:E-Tender and the municipal websiteTender documents will only be available on e-tender and also the municipal website from 13 July 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Where bids should be delivered:Physical Address:28 Kerk Street, Carolina 1185
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic there won’t be a briefing for this tender.
Local Content Threshold:Electrical and telecom Cable (90%).
The following compulsory documents must be accompanied with the tender, and failure to provide such documentations shall constitute automatic disqualification: Original Valid Tax Clearance Certificate or SARS Pin, Company Certificate, Current Municipal Account and Not older than three months and Company Profile.
Attach your valid B-BBEE Certificate to claim preference points. Only bidders who are registered with CSD will be considered.
A preferential point system shall apply whereby this contract will be allocated to a bidder in accordance with the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, No 5 of 2000 and as defined in the conditions of bid in the bid document, read in conjunction with the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017, where 80 points will be allocated in respect of price and 20 points in respect of B-BBEE status level of contribution.
Chief Albert Luthuli Municipality reserves the right to accept and/or not to accept the lowest priced or any other tender.
No late, telephonic, facsimile or e-mail tenders will be accepted.
According to the Municipality Supply Chain Regulations issued by the Minister of Finance in terms of Section 168 of the Municipal Finance Management Act, Act 56 of 2003, persons within the organs of the state, like Councillors, and other elected representatives, full time employees and other directors of the public and municipal entities are prohibited from being eligible to bid or be awarded a contract to provide any services to the municipality.
Only bidders, meeting the stipulated minimum threshold for local production and content will be considered in line with Regulation 8(2) of the Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations and National Treasury Circular 69. Bidders must declare local content value as per DTI codes on MBD 6.2 Local Content together with Local Content Declaration Templates (Annex C, D and E).