Quarterly update: List of accredited prospective providers
LIST OF ACCREDITED PROSPECTIVE PROVIDERS
SOL PLAATJE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT SYSTEM AND CENTRAL SUPPLIERS DATA BASE
In compliance with section 14(2) of the municipality Supply Chain Policy, and the relevant regulation, all prospective service providers are invited to update their current information including new commodities or types of services on our electronic procurement system www.webportunities.net., We also invite the new service providers who are not registered to register for listing as an accredited service provider on Sol Plaatje Local Municipality database.
Kimberley Events Calendar 2016
If you’re looking for a event to attend today, this weekend or in the coming months,
look no further than our events calendar for 2016
Nelson Mandela Monument Precinct Project
NELSON MANDELA MONUMENT PRECINCT:
Sol Plaatje Municipality, Kimberley
The Nelson Mandela Monument Precinct Project is anchored by three main pillars, Economic Development, Community Services and most importantly Heritage Arts & Culture. These three pillars are identified as critical elements to the Legacy of President Nelson Mandela in that they collectively address several key aspects of community and nation building.
Annual Registration Invitation 2016
All prospective service providers are invited to apply for listing as an accredited service provider for Sol Plaatje Local Municipality in National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database. Preference will be given to listed creditors when requesting quotations. In compliance with the provision of Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act No 5 of 2000, the Municipality Finance Management Act No 56 of 2005 and the relevant regulation, the Sol Plaatje Local Municipality requires prospective service providers of goods and services to register on the new database registration system at www.csd.gov.za. A step by step guide is available on the website.
National Budget Speech 2016
I have the honour to present the 2016 Budget of President Zuma’s second administration. We do so in a spirit of frankness, both about our challenges and the opportunity to turn our economy’s direction towards hope, confidence and a better future for all. Low growth, high unemployment, extreme inequality and hurtful fractures in our society – these are unacceptable to all of us. I have a simple message. We are strong enough, resilient enough and creative enough to manage and overcome our economic challenges. 2016 Budget Speech
Adjustment Budget Speech 24/02/2016
The tabling of the adjustment budget follows the most important speeches of the year, the State of the Nation Address, which is also followed by the State of the Provinces Address. It is within this environment that I have to table before this council, the final adjustment budget for 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure Report.
Honourable Speaker, this Council approved the Budget for 2015/16 MTREF on the 27th of May 2015, which became effective from 1 July 2015. By law, I am also required to submit to this council, a mid-term budget performance report with recommendations, and this, Councillors will remember was also done on the 27th off January 2016.