Procurement

CALL FOR THE EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM SUPPLIERS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PROVIDERS TO REGISTER ON THE BEULAH AFRICA & FUTURE FAMILIES JOINT VENTURE’S

(BA&FF JV) DATABASE FOR COMMUNITY WORK PROGRAMME (CWP) IN THE NORTH WEST

The Community Work Programme (CWP) is a community driven government programme based in

the Department of Corporative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA). It aims to strengthen

community development approaches and the economic ‘agency’ of people in marginalised economic

areas, enhancing dignity and promoting social and economic inclusions. BA&FF JV is contracted by

CoGTA to implement the programme in the North West Province. In order to comply with the

Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act and to ensure a competitive procurement process,

BA&FF JV invites prospective suppliers of the goods and services, as indicated below, to apply for a

listing on BA&FF JV prospective supplier database.

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (Conti Suits, Safety boots, Gloves, Dust Musk etc.)
  2. General Tools and Materials (Wheel barrows, Spades, Rakes, Detergents, First Aid

Kid etc.)

  1. Agricultural Inputs (Seeds and seedlings etc.)
  2. Office Equipment (Laptops, Printers, Office Desks, Office Chairs etc.)
  3. Training Courses (Both Accredited and Non-Accredited service providers) – Construction, Home Based Care, Agriculture, Business, ECD etc.

Supplier registration can be done through the following options:

  • Online registration – link:
  • On site form hand delivery
  • Sending completed form to: registration@co.za.

For any enquiries, contact the Registration Manager, BA&FF JV, 84 Glenwood Road, Lynnwood Glen,

 Pretoria, 0081

Tel: (012) 348 0682

Email Address: registration@beulahafrica.co.za

Closing date for submissions: 31 March 2020

On site assistance available on the below office address:

  1. Bojanala Platinum

Rustenburg Site Office (CNR Nelson Mandela and Leyds, Streletzia Building, Office No. 6)

Madibeng Site Office (2962 Piet Rautenbach, Industrial Park, Brits)

Moretele (Plot No. 379 Makapanstad, Bosplaas West)

Kgetlengsrivier (32 De Wet Street, Old Fire Station, Koster)

Moses Kotane (10558 Kgosing Section, Disake village)

 

  1. Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati

Greater Taung (Office No. 2, Teba Building, Hospital Road Taung)

Lekwa-Teemane (CNR Robyn & dirkie Uys Street, Christiana)

Mamusa (253 Ratsotso Street, Ipelegeng Location Schweitzer Reneke)

Naledi (No. 19A Market Street, Vryburg)

Kagisano Molopo (Old Municipal Building, next to Ganyesa Post Office, Phola Section)

  1. Ngaka Modiri Molema

Mahikeng (Office 214 Mahikeng Municipality, CNR Hector Pieterson and University Drive Mmabatho)

Ramotshere Moiloa (Ramotshere Moiloa Council Support, CNR Coetzee Street)

Ratlou (Office No. 5, Setlagole Complex)

Tswaing (No. 42 CNR General & Government Street, Delarayville)

Ditsobotla (25 Nelson Mandela Drive, Kantoormeubels Shop 1, Lichtenburg)

 

  1. Dr Kenneth Kaunda

Matlosana (Bloem Street,Municipal Offices, Stilfontein)

Tlokwe (4568 Lekhele Street, Ikageng Location, JB Marks- Tlokwe)

Maquassi Hills (53 Paul Kruger Street, Leeusdoringstad)

Ventersdorp (01 Van Tonder Street, JB Marks- Ventersdorp)

 

Please note that you have also have to register as a supplier on the National Treasury’s central supplier database link: https://secure.csd.gov.za/Account/Register.

 

STEP BY STEP GUIDE ON HOW TO REGISTER ON BEULAH AFRICA AND FUTURE FAMILIES JOINT VENTURE

  1. Click on REGISTER IN SUPPLIER DATABASE
  2. Click on supplier and Enter supplier/entity registration information, Address and contact details
  3. Your Supporting documents – Tick Yes OR No
  • Company Registration documents
  • BBBEE certificate/Affidavit
  • Tax Clearance certificate
  • CSD report
  1. Click FINISH/SUMBIT
  2. Then you will get a message “Registration application has been submitted

 

 

 

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