CapeNature’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) unit is responsible for purchasing goods and services to help us achieve our mandate.
The SCM unit is committed to ensuring that CapeNature follows a secure, transparent and accountable supply chain process, while promoting broad-based black economic empowerment, local economic development and small businesses.
We ensure that goods and services are procured at the best value for money, that processes are fair and equitable, that there is open and effective competition, and that sound accountability and reporting is practised.
The Supply Chain Management unit is guided by the following legislation:
- The Public Finance Management Act (Act No. 1 of 1999), as amended
- The Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA)
- The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act
- The National Small Business Act (Act No. 102 of 1996)
Tenders past and present
Open tenders (above R500 000) are published here and also advertised in the government tender bulletin.
- WCNCB 01/06/2021 (click to open in new tab) - additions to the newly refurbished conference centre in the Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve.
- WCNCB 02/06/2021 (click to open in new tab) - supply, deliver and erect game fencing at Uilkraalsmond in the Walker Bay Nature Reserve.
- WCNCB 03/06/2021 (click to open in new tab) - design, supply and install water treatment systems to bring the borehole water supply to potable standards at Potberg in the De Hoop Nature Reserve.
- WCNCB 1 06/08/2021 (Click to open in new tab) - design, supply and undertake upgrades and at the Day Visitors’ Recreational Area at Wolwekloof Nature Reserve.
- WCNCB 2 06/08/2021 (Click to open in new tab) - design and implement upgrades at the campsite recreational area at Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve.
- WCNCB 07/09/2021 (Click to open in new tab) - CEDERBERG NATURE RESERVE: ALGERIA: REPAIRS TO LOW WATER BRIDGE Annexures and Drawings.
- WCNCB 09 10 2019 (Click to open in new tab) - FIREBREAK MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION, INVASIVE ALIEN PLANT CONTROL, AND PRESCRIBED BURNING ON SHAW’S PASS NATURE
How do I register as a supplier?
What documents do I need to register on the CSD?
- Company registration with the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)
- Proof of banking details
- Department of Labour documents (Workmen’s Compensation, Unemployment Insurance Fund)
- South African Revenue Service (SARS) documents (VAT, PAYE, income tax registration)
- SARS tax clearance certificate
- Broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) rating certificate, including a preference points claim form (WCBD 6.1)
- Declaration of interests (WCBD 4)
- Read our CSD FAQs
Following registration on the CSD, potential service providers must also register on the Western Cape Supplier Evidence Bank. CapeNature maintains a dual registration process that requires its suppliers to register on both the CSD and the Western Cape Supplier Evidence Bank (provincial database) for procurement via the eProcurement System (ePS), also known as the Integrated Procurement Solution (IPS).