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The Madikwe River Lodge is calling for proposals from reputable tourism agencies to provide marketing and sales services to the resort.

Golden Leopard Resorts through the North West Development Corporation, owns the Madikwe River Lodge.

Click HERE to access the full document containing all the details.

All prospective bidders are required to attend the compulsory briefing session to be held on 6 March 2019 at 11:00 at the Madikwe River Lodge.

Madikwe River Lodge, in the North Western Province, is situated deep within the heart of Madikwe Game Reserve alongside the borders of Botswana. This Lodge is four and half hours drive away from Johannesburg.

Madikwe River Lodge offers exclusive accommodation in its sixteen secluded split-level thatch-roofed chalets set in the cool tranquillity of riverine forest, offering exquisite comfort in the wildness and splendour of Mother Africa.

The lodge is surrounded by 75 000 hectares of African sand veld; this luxury lodge is ideally positioned on the Groot Marico River in a malaria-free area, which combines its ruggedness of nature with the best quality and luxury.

 


The NWDC has four opportunities available for interested and suitably qualified service providers to submit business proposals by the prescribed closing dates for the following services:

 

 

NWDC/PRO036/2018 – Mining Companies Expression
NWDC/LEG05/2018  – Panel of Attorneys
NWDC/PRO048/2018 – Panel of Mining Consultants – Closing date updated to 27 September 2018
NWDC/RIS01/2018 – Short Term Insurance Brokers. This last opportunity shall have a compulsory briefing session, refer to advert for details

Download the complete advert document here.

Herewith the download links to the relevant reference documents for the four opportunities.

1. Guideline Document – Expression in Mining
2. Terms of Reference – Legal Services Panel
3. Terms of Reference – Mining Consulting Panel
4. Terms of Reference – Insurance Brokers

North West Development Corporation (NWDC) is classified as a 3D entity that is aimed at planning, financing, coordinating, promoting and carrying out the economic development as well as promoting trade and investment within the Province, and its people in the field of industry, commerce, finance, mining and other business, resulting in wealth and job creation.


The Management of Golden Leopard Resorts (SOC) LTD in collaboration with North West Development Corporation hereby invites bidders to tender by submitting proposals for a business opportunity in Christiana.

Bidders shall bid to rent the filling station and conveniences store situated at the Christiana All Seasons Resort.

A compulsory briefing session for the tender shall be held on-site at the Christiana All Seasons Resort on 12 September 2018 at 10:00

Attendance is compulsory to be able to bid.

View the full advert here

 

For more information contact:

Bidding document:

Susan Motlhasedi
Supply Chain Management
procure@goldenleopardresorts.co.za
Tel: (014) 555 1044 / 083 266 6257

Scope / Terms of Reference:
Frank van Rooi : 082 475 3820


The NWDC wishes to advise its clients and the public to be wary of a tender scam that it has uncovered.

Fraudsters would email or contact small business owners informing them that they had been issued a government tender, usually to the value of a large amount.

The tender documents pretend to be issued by national government departments, even showing their logos.

Such an email with seemingly genuine documentation would be sent to the business, despite the fact that the owner had not formally submitted any bidding documents, nor attended a tender briefing meeting.

Click here to download an example of such fraudulent documents that were sent to an unsuspecting NWDC client.

The NWDC advises all business owners to exercise extreme caution when receiving such, or similar correspondence.  Should a client be uncertain whether such documentation is authentic, they are encouraged to contact their nearest NWDC branch and ask for the assistance of the NWDC’s Small Business Division.

Red lights to look out for include:

  • A business cannot be informed that it has been awarded a tender or even a purchase order if it did not formally apply by means of submitting formal bidding documents or a formal quotation (You cannot be awarded a tender “out of the blue”)
  • The tender awarded is for a service or product that the client does not supply, thus third-party suppliers are suggested (who are in cahoots with the fraudsters, in this case, all of them were businesses based in Cape Town…)
  • Strange email addresses are used in the correspondence – such as an address ending on    .gov.co.za
  • Blurred or poor quality logos being used
  • Poor spelling and grammar
  • Unconventional (dodgy) delivery addresses are provided for the products required

 

Please consult the nearest branch of the NWDC should you have received such correspondence or email tsakanem@nwdc.co.za




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