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Fire Department & Disaster Management: Porterville076 695 7454
Fire Department & Disaster Management: Velddrif;Dwarskersbos;Redelinghuys076 694 8683
Fire: PB;WW;GVW;Aurora;Eendekuil079 349 8619
Traffic Department- Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville083 272 4126/083 272 4129/072 657 1801
Ambulance services10177 / 022 433 8700
Electric services-Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville083 655 4846/083 272 4117/083 272 3294
Roads and Storm Water: Velddrif/Porterville083 272 4136/083 800 1763
Roads and Storm Water-Piketberg/Redelinghuys083 272 3850/083 272 4130
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Published: 24 Oct 2017Title: WATER RESTRICTIONS IMPLEMENTED FROM 13 DECEMBER 2018.Status: Bergrivier Municipality has since 13 December 2018 implemented Level 3 Water Restrictions (25%) until further notice. All water users are required to use no more than 105 litres of municipal drinking water per person per day in total irrespective of whether you are at home, work or elsewhere. Municipal drinking water may be used before 09:00 or after 18:00 for water purposes. We encourage residents to flush toilets with non-potable water (e.g. grey water or rainwater). Sprinklers are allowed, on condition that they are strictly managed to keep the water usage as low as possible. Swimming pools may be filled with municipal drinking water, on condition that ‘backwash water’ gets recycled and where it is practically possible, to use rainwater to fill up the pool. Vehicles, trailers and boats may only be washed with drinking water if a bucket is used. Washing vehicles with non-potable water or cleaning with waterless products or using dry cleaning processes is strongly encouraged. Commercial Car Wash businesses may use municipal drinking water if the business’s best practice standards for water conservation are met which includes recycling at least 50% of the water used. Water and sanitation tariffs will be reduced accordingly.
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Fire Department & Disaster Management: Porterville 076 695 7454
Fire Department & Disaster Management: Velddrif;Dwarskersbos;Redelinghuys 076 694 8683
Fire: PB;WW;GVW;Aurora;Eendekuil 079 349 8619
Traffic Department- Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville 083 272 4126/083 272 4129/072 657 1801
Ambulance services 10177 / 022 433 8700
Electric services-Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville 083 655 4846/083 272 4117/083 272 3294
Roads and Storm Water: Velddrif/Porterville 083 272 4136/083 800 1763
Roads and Storm Water-Piketberg/Redelinghuys 083 272 3850/083 272 4130

Procurement

Overview

We rely on our suppliers and service providers to keep the municipality functioning effectively

URGENT NOTICES

Please contact our Supply Chain Management office on 022 913 6036 M. van Zyl for more information about the following:

CENTRAL SUPPLIER DATA BASE - INFORMATION LEAFLET

CENTRAL SUPPLIER DATABASE - STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS

TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE - HOW TO LOG ONTO eFILING FROM 18 APRIL 2016

REGISTRATION ON CENTRAL SUPPLIER DATABASE (CSD)

 

In order to supply goods or provide services to the municipality, the business needs to be registered on the Supplier Database. The business is then able to quote and bid for services and goods as advertised by the municipality.

What is a Quotation?

A quotation is an informal offer to perform work, render a service or supply goods at a price. Request for Quotation (RFQ) is a form of procurement where processes and procedures have been relaxed in accordance with pre-determined transactional ceiling costs.

What is a Bid?

A bid, previously called a tender, is a formal offer to perform, render a service or supply goods at a price. The bidding process is a detailed, document driven process, which requires the potential supplier to complete and submit a document within a predetermined timeframe.

Get registered

In order to register, you will need the following:

  • A valid Tax Clearance Certificate (TAC) obtainable from the Receiver of Revenue (SARS).
  • A credible bank account.
  • Registered with the appropriate Industry Regulatory body for your specific industry (e.g. attorney with the law society), where applicable.
  • BEE Certificate, where applicable

Access bids or quotations via:

  • Our website
  • Notice boards
  • Newspapers

Tips for Completing/Submitting Your Offer

  • Read documents carefully and provide all information requested.
  • Attach all requested documentation (eg Tax Clearance Certificate).
  • Ensure that you have provided the correct price and details for your office.
  • Answer all questions truthfully, if you get caught it may disqualify your offer and lead to further action.
  • When in doubt, enquire on the information requested.
  • Ensure that you are able to meet all the requirements within the specified time and can thus honour the conditions of the contract.
  • Ensure that your offer (quotation or bid) is deposited at the closing destination before the closing time.
  • HDI supplier must ensure that they claim their preference points by completing the required documentation and attaching the necessary momentary proof.
  • Ensure that your bid document is deposited in the correct bid (tender) box.
  • Ensure that bid documents are signed on the indicated areas.
  • Be aware of "fronting" scams ("fronting" - The utilisation of HDIs for the purpose of obtaining preference points when bidding for government bids or quotations without any real empowerment of the HDI).

Visit the document section for more information on Archived Tenders; Contracts awarded; Current Request for Quotations; Current Tenders; SCM Implementation Reports; SCM Notices; SCM Policies;[hyperlink to docs]

For queries related to Supply Chain / Procurement processes, contact:

Mev Elorese Scholtz

Tel: 022 913 6062

E-mail :scholtze@bergmun.org.za

 

Address:

13 Church Street

Piketberg

7320

 

Last published 08 April 2019