The transitional period for registering on the Central Supplier Database expired on 1 April 2016. During the transitional period private business owners had to ensure that they were registered on the CSD should you want to do business with a Government entity. On the other side of the coin, all accounting officers and authorities of Government had to managed their own supplier database and ensure that they were accurate and valid in order to be migrated to the Central Supplier Database.

7 security features when registering on the Central Supplier database    

At the moment the hottest topic in the South African tender environment is the Central Supplier Database (CSD). If you want to do business with the South African Government in the near future you will have to register.

When Must I Sub-Contract?

There seems to be a lot of confusion amongst entrepreneurs when it comes to tenders and sub-contracting. The Draft Preferential Procurement Regulations, have been gazetted and are currently up for review. However, these Regulations are the major cause for the confusion. Many entrepreneurs ask whether they should sub-contract or not whilst responding to a tender.

The Draft Preferential Procurement Regulations stipulates the following: 

  1. For contracts above R30 million, the tenderer MUST sub-contract a minimum of 30% of the value of the... Read More
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