In terms of South Africa’s Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act (56 of 2003), the City is required to advertise all Request for Quotation (RFQs) for services/goods that cost above R30 000 for at least seven days.
At present, quotes may not be submitted electronically. Interested parties are advised to click on the RFQ
in which they are interested, print it, and submit it as per the instructions on the document. For more information about the specific RFQ, contact the official whose name appears on the document.
|Acceptance/Contract commencement and purchase orders |
The vendor’s offer will be accepted by the City of Cape Town when a purchase order is issued to the vendor. The date of issue of the purchase order shall be the commencement date of the contract. The vendor undertakes work and incurs expenses prior to the issuing of a purchase order entirely at its own risk. The City shall only incur liability for payment in terms of this contract if a valid purchase order has been issued to the vendor.
Occupational Health and Safety Specification
Contractors are expected to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHAS) Act as amended and all relevant regulations as well as others specified in the Occupational Health and Safety Specification. Contractors are also expected to develop a Health and Safety plan that addresses all aspects of occupational and safety.Quotation document annexures
Contractors are expected to ensure compliance with the provisions of the conditions of contract pertaining to the RFQ and are to download the relevant annexures as specified on the quotation document. These are to be completed and returned with all the documents specified.