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Deadline date: 21 February 2019

Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality located in the Free State Province invites tenders for replacement of water meters and fire hydrants and metering.

It is estimated that bidders should have a CIDB contractor grading of 7CE. 6CE Potentially Emerging Enterprises who satisfy criteria stated in the tender data may submit tender offers.

Preferences will be given to bidders who meet all the requirements stated in the bid document and the minimum requirements for functionality will be further evaluated according to the criterion stated in the bid document.

A minimum of 30% to be subcontracted to an EME or QSE, which is at least 51% owned by black people are eligible to submit tenders.

The physical address for collection of tender documents is:

Mangaung Supply Chain Offices

6 Mannion Road

Oranjesig,

Bloemfontein

9300

Documents have been available from 21 January and may be collected during work hours from 08h00 upon payment of a non-refundable fee of R1,009.

Payments can be made at the following municipality pay points:

Bram Fischer Building Bloemfontein, Re –A- Hola shopping complex Botshabelo, Thaba – Nchu civic centre, Hostel One –Bloemfontein (Dr. Belcher Road), Mangaung Regional Offices-CNR, Moshoeshoe & Gearge Lubbe Roads Bloemfontein.

Alternatively, direct or electronic deposit can be made to the MMM Bank Account: ABSA Bank account no: 470001380, Branch code: 632005, Ref no: 4302142551019ZZZZZ11.

Queries relating to the issues of these documents may be addressed to:

Kopano Moshanyana

Tel: 0514106656

Fax: 0514106656

Email: kopano.moshanyana@mangaung.co.za

A compulsory clarification meeting with representatives of the employer will take place at Regional Office Hall Ground Floor, Cnr George Lubbe and Moshoeshoe Road, Rocklands, 9323 on 2019-01-30 starting at 10h00.

The closing time for receipt of tenders is 11h30 on 21 February 2019.

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