The question of how to tender
have be posted to us quite a few times and that is why we decided to tell our loyal readers more about theTenders process in South Africa.
To first step is to become aware of what tenders are currently available in the market and specifically in your area of operation. The best way to find the latest tender is to use theTenders bulletin posted by the government. You find the link to theTenders bulletin by going to www.gov.za/documents/tender
The second step is the process is to make sure that you have all the required documentation that you will need to hand in with your application.
Some of the documents required to be handed in with a tender are as follows:
- Tax Clearance Certificate - Here you will need to hand in an original valid certificate from SARS. Find out more by going to …
- BEE Certificate - Since the new rules came into effect, any EME or QSE only need to hand in an affidavit stating their annual turnover. For EME's these apply up to R10 million and for QSE's these apply from R10 million to R50 million.
- Company Registration documents
- Certified Copies of ID's of directors
- Certified copies of the shareholding certificates
- Last 3 years of audited financial statements.
We are able to provide assistance with all of the above-mentioned documentation, so please feel free to contact us for assistance.
Tenders South Africa is managed by a registered tax practitioner with practise numbers with the Institute of accounting and commerce (IAC)
, The South Africa Institute of tax professionals (SAIT)
and South African Revenue Services (SARS).
The third step is to hand in all the required documentation at the required office, as stipulated in theTenders bulletin.