8 ADVERT Monday, July 10 2017 | NEW ERA Invitation of Bids Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion trust invites suitable service providers to submit proposals for the provision of the following service: 1. Overview: The Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust (NFCPT) was established in March 2001 as per Cabinet resolution 38th/05 12:00/0.00. In terms of this resolution, the NFCPT aims at promoting fish consumption within Namibia by making fish more accessible and affordable. 2. Invitation for bids: Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust (NFCPT) hereby invites competent local suppliers to submit bids to supply the following goods and services: Tender description Supply and delivery packaging materials at NFCPT Fish shops. Supply and installation of backup generators at Ongwediva, Rundu, and Opuwo. Supply and installation of Built in freezers 35Mt capacity at Swakopmund. Supply and delivery of vehicles: a. 2 x Toyota Corolla sedans b. 1 x Toyota Quantum c. 2 x Toyota double cabs d. 1 x Nissan NP200 Planning and organising of Namibia Fish Consumption Day (NFCD) and logistics from start to finish, including on-site operational management at the venue before, during and after the event. This project is divided into the following categories: i. Roadshow coupled with a play to schools in selected constituencies surrounding the Kavango West Region, ii. Gala dinner for 150-200 guests with live entertainment and 3 course meal. iii. Market Day and 7 a side School soccer tournament iv. Design and preparation of advertisement, Promotional material, all products should be branded with the NFCD logo, 22.214.171.124 Golf shirts 350x 126.96.36.199 Round neck: T-shirts 500 188.8.131.52 Golf caps: 500 184.108.40.206 Pencil case kit: 500 220.127.116.11 Draw string bags 18.104.22.168 Coaters: 200x 6 packs per person 22.214.171.124 Cut boards & fish knife 300 Supply and delivery of stationery Supply and delivery of Fingerprint reader access control devices. Supply and Delivery of Promotional materials Supply and Delivery of 60 x Desktop Computers Tender reference number G/ONB/NFCPT-01/2017 G/ONB/NFCPT-02/2017 G/ONB/NFCPT-03/2017 G/ONB/NFCPT-04/2017 G/ONB/NFCPT-05/2017 G/ONB/NFCPT-06/2017 G/RFQ/NFCPT-07/2017 G/ONB/NFCPT-08/2017 G/ONB/NFCPT-09/2017 3. Additional information: i. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Ms. Paulina Shinana Tel: 064-204508, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. ii. Bids must be delivered to the address above at or before 12h00 on Monday, 24 July 2017. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders’representatives who choose to attend in person at 12h30 on Monday, 24 July 2017. iii. Tender Document must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the reference number indicated in the table above. The Tender documents should be deposited into the Tender box located at NFCPT Reception: Notice to Potential Suppliers 1. Overview: The Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust (NFCPT) was established in March 2001 as per Cabinet resolution 38th/05 12:00/0.00. In terms of this resolution, the NFCPT aims at promoting fish consumption within Namibia by making fish more accessible and affordable. 2. Purpose: To obtain profiles from suppliers interested in conducting business with the Trust in respect of the supplying of goods, services, and works to be procured throughout 2017/2018 financial year. The company profile should clearly indicate the type of goods, services, and works which the company is rendering and should correspond with the nature of business stated in their founding statement or amendment. 3. The Trust’s needs for the 2017/2018 financial year 3.1 Goods a) Fish and fish products species such as Hake, Horse Mackerel and By-catches b) Stationeries and general office supplies c) Cleaning materials d) Computer supplies and related goods e) Branded promotional items f) Refreshments and snacks g) Office furnitures h) Publishing of annual report and newsletter i) Supplying of tyres for cars and trucks j) Scales, production tables and point of sales systems. 3.2 Consultancy Services a) Architectural services and Quantity surveyor b) Engineering services c) Drafting and reviewing of policies and procedures 3.3 Non-Consultancy Services a) Air tickets, transport and accomodation b) Translation c) Advertising d) Refrigerated truck rental e) Tow-in services f) Training 3.4 Works a) Renovation and construction b) Servicing of freezers, cold rooms and airconditioners c) Servicing and repair of vehicles, trucks and trailers 4. Mandatory Documents For a company to be listed as a prequalified supplier, the following documents should be submitted: a) Valid company registration certificate; b) Valid good standing certificate with the receiver of revenue; c) Valid good standing certificate with social security commision; d) Valid affirmative action compliance certificate, proof from the employment equity commisioner, affirming that the service provider is not a relevant employer, or exemption issued in terms of section 42 of the affirmative action Act, 1998; e) A written undertaking as contemplated in section 138 (2) of the Labour Act, 2007. Closing date for submission: Monday, 24 July 2017 NB: Profiles are to be submitted in sealed envelopes and should be submitted to NFCPT Head office, John Ovenstone street, Walvisbay. Enquiries: Ms. Paulina Shinana 061-204508/11 Email: email@example.com . Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust Head Office John Ovenstone Street, Walvis Bay P O Box 568 Walvis Bay 4. Tender documents availability and cost Bid documents are available from Monday, 03 July 2017 between 8h00 and 16h30. The cost of acquiring the bid documents is a non-refundable N0.00. Kindly Note that all tenders are subject to the rules and regulations of the NFCPT Tender policy. Disclaimer: The NFCPT shall not be responsible for any costs incurred in the preparation and submission of a response to this tender.
Monday, July 10 2017| NEW ERA entertainment NOW! 9 NKURENKURU TOWN COUNCIL Tel: 066 258089/120/121, Fax: 066 258000/091 firstname.lastname@example.org , P.O Box 6004, Nkurenkuru, Namibia NOTICE: Request for the submission of company profiles for provision of Goods, Works & services to Nkurenkuru Town Council. Purpose: To obtain company profiles from suppliers interested in conducting business with Nkurenkuru Town Council in respect of the supplying of goods, works and services to be procured during 2017/2018 Financial year. Companies are requested to submit the relevant documentations and clearly indicate the types of goods and services to render and it should correspond with the nature of business stated in the founding statement. Needs to Procure: Classy… A close-up look at the The Avenue, which opened its doors in May. ‘The Avenue’ is the new eatery and lounge in the CBD Pinehas Nakaziko Windhoek The Avenue is a new eatery spot that, after opening its doors on May 19 this year, continues to attract clientele to its dinner tables. The Avenue is a café-restaurant and at night is also a lounge for those who want to wind down from the hectic schedules of the day. Situated in Windhoek’s Independence Avenue, at No. 416, in the central business district, The Avenue in the morning is the café for those in search of a wake-up coffee. For lunch and dinner The Avenue offers the full restaurant ambience with different food and drinks on the menu from lunch-time to midnight. In the late hours of the evening, The Avenue becomes the spot to relax and dance away the evening, with the guidance of the DJ who would mix up the old school and popular hits with other music genres. The place is owned and operated by Ryan and Maritza Lehmann who serve great cuisine and go out of their way to ensure that patrons have a relaxed evening. The Lehmann couple use fresh, natural, local ingredients in their menu, which features different flavours of steaks, salads, pizza, burgers, fish and some traditional Namibian meals. Ribs, chicken, and a vegetarian option are also on offer, plus different Pinehas Nakaziko Windhoek Despite a few setbacks such as the sound system not functioning properly, the fashion show that promised much in the capital over the weekend did indeed live up to its billing. Hundreds of fashion lovers who flocked to Katutura College of the Arts on Friday night were treated to a fashion extravaganza of classy different outfits. Eight designers helped produce the show. The event was part of the fashion merchandising and design curriculum and aimed at promoting new and old brands, as well as showcasing rare unknown talents. Designers also showcased designs ready to wear. Seasoned designer Mailia Kouture showcased her Melanin movement. She opened the show with her first collection called Energy, which showed playful, Variety… A platter of food on offer at The Avenue. alcohol and non-alcoholic drinks. “The Avenue was initiated by my wife and my dream to own a business. We love people and we love entertaining them. The venue just made this dream more alive and gave us the opportunity to explore the possibility of offering entertainment and food in one venue,” says Ryan. He adds they have also initiated entertainment activities ranging from a Namibian DJ line to comedy shows every month-end. “We are trying to cater for all walks of life,” he says. According to Ryan, they deliberately opened up a classy joint in town because they wanted to create a place for people to eat and enjoy themselves in a safe and uptown environment. “We also wanted to create a space for working class people to go out and have good food, meet new friends and have good times,” he says. The kitchen is open until 23:00 every Monday to Thursday, while on Fridays and Saturday the kitchen is open until 01:00 in the early morning. The lounge opens until 2am from Thursday to Saturday. In terms of business, Ryan said their venue is different in a way that they try to offer good food at affordable prices, and create an environment for people to enjoy themselves. So far their challenges are basically gaining the right staff, managing consistency and ensuring customer satisfaction. Glitz and glamour at G Space Creators Combination Show colourful and sexy garments. She closed off the night with her second collection called I Am Melanin, which was a bit darker. Puma Shalonga, an ex-student from COTA, showcased her black collection with a touch of African print. The show also featured upcoming designers like Josefina, whose collection was called I am Josefina. Anna Mungandje aka Vixen, who is known for her sophisticated and glamorous outfits, displayed her talent for design with attire made of different fabrics. She showcased Sew Energy Synergy collection. Well-known designer Hendrina showed her underwear collection under her company called Rina, while ex-male model Bobby Kaanjosa showcased a collection in collaboration with Mokasa Reloaded called Olutenda, which had the audience shouting for more. Mary Grace showcased her Black on African print collection, an all-male affair. Goods: • Supply of office stationery, catridges and toners • Supply of cleaning materials and equipment or related materials • Supply of computer supplies and related goods • Supply of equipment, tools and materials • Supply of data and communication network and related equipment • Supply of cell phone, pads and electronic accessories • Supply of office furniture • Supply of refreshments • Supply of photocopiers • Supply of protective clothing • Supply of tyres • Supply of pipes and fittings • Supply of tools and equipment • Supply of refuse bins • Supply of fuel & oil • Supply of vehicles, spare parts and related supplies • Supply of garden tools & Equipment Works: • Supply of electrical and mechanical services, • Transportation of refuse to the dumping site • Engineering services • Town Planning services • General construction • Building construction • Municipal services (Roads, Water, Sewer & Electricity) Consultancy services: • Engineering services, • Land Survey • Town Planning consultants • Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) • Valuations • Auctioneers Non- Consultancy services: • Service and repair of air conditioners, fire extinguishers • Short training courses and workshops • Advertisements • Printing • Hospitality and catering services • Supply of computer equipment • Provision of Security services • Hiring of tents, sound system, chairs and tables The documents below are mandatory in order to be eligible to participate: • A valid company registration certificate • A valid fitness certificate from Local Authority • An original valid good standing tax certificate • An original valid good standing Social Security Certificate • A valid Affirmative Action Compliance Certificate, proof from the Em ployment Equity commissioner • A certificate indicating SME Status (for bids reserved for SME’s) Nkurenkuru Town Council shall have the right: a) To ask for clarifications at time of evaluating company profile, b) Reject all company profiles if the above mentioned conditions are not adhered to, c) Remove non-performing suppliers from the list Closing date: 07 August 2017 Submission of profiles to be in sealed envelopes and to be dropped at the office building in the box at reception. Enquiries: Mrs E.M. Nanyemba, Tell No: 066258089