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Emergency Hotline0800 029 999
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Provincial Hotline021 928 4102
Bitou Municipality (Customer Care)044 501 3174/5
Fire / Rescue044 533 5000
Ambulance (Private)072 054 9110
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Emergency Hotline 0800 029 999
WhatsApp Support Line 060 012 3456
Provincial Hotline 021 928 4102
Bitou Municipality (Customer Care) 044 501 3174/5
Fire / Rescue 044 533 5000
Ambulance (Private) 072 054 9110
Law Enforcement 044 501 3240
Ambulance 10177
28 June 2018

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT NOTICE

DATE: 22 June 2018

In terms of the Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations 14(1) (ii), a municipality must annually invite prospective providers of goods or services to apply for evaluation and listing as accredited prospective providers. The National Treasury has accordingly created a registration and vetting platform for this purpose, the Central Supplier Database (CSD), and all suppliers who intend doing business with the Bitou Municipality, must be registered on the CSD.

The benefits for the private sector includes:

  • The reduction of red tape and administrative effort when doing business with the Municipality.
  • Compliance requirements will be easy to meet for suppliers that are in good standing with these requirements. The CSD will have interfaces to South African Revenue Service (SARS) to enable tax clearance status verification of suppliers throughout the Procure-to-Pay process as well as the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) for vetting of business registration and business ownership.
  • No proof of documentation is necessary. The CSD will electronically validate and authenticate all information.
  • Your entity will be issued with a unique CSD number (MAAA………, which must be used as a reference for future quotations, tenders and orders.
  • Eliminate duplication of compliance requirements and reduce duplication of effort and cost for both business and government.

This uniform Supply Chain Management system used right through all government institutions is essential to optimise the efficiency of service delivery. However, current legislation still demands that municipalities verify information such as the municipal accounts, vehicle registration and acceptability certificates (caterers) of suppliers. This is not included in the system because it does not apply to the National and Provincial Regulations. Therefore, unless these requirements are retracted, suppliers will still be vetted by municipalities in addition to the Central Supplier Database.

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Last published 04 February 2019