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New Era Newspaper Tuesday November 28, 2017

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Tuesday, November 28 2017 | NEW ERA 14 TENDER INFORMATION As an added bonus for our readers we will publish the results of all tenders opened in public from Mondays to Thursdays on a regular basis. This information is noted and reported by a New Era Reporter Closing at NamPost 09 November 2017 Logistics Business Information System Solution Software Five offers were received for the provision of an Integrated Logistics Business Information System Solution Software for Courier Services to NamPost when tender nr. NP/10/2017/15 11H00 on Thursday, 09 November 2017. No tender prices as announced for: 1. Sympology Technology Solutions 2. JV Itech Engineers trading as DST Technologies 3. Green Enterprises Solutions 4. Dovetail Business Solutions 5. BPI Technology Closing at New Era Publications Corporation (NEPC) 09 November 2017 Security Services Fourteen bids were received for the provision of Security Services for the New Era Windhoek- and- Ongwediva Regional Tjongarero House, c/o Dr. W. Kulz and Kerby Street in Windhoek at 16H00 on Thursday, 09 November 2017. Bid prices as announced for: 1. Omeya Investment 437.50 2. Omutanga Trading Enterprises 9 566.00 for 24 months 3. Namibia Protection Services 700.00 4. Shine Technologies 035.00 per day 5. Royal Security Services 3.40 6. African King Security Services 900.00 7. PIS Security Services 447.80 8. Salof Investment 500.00 9. Bertha Security Services 855.00 10. Shikuvule Trading 1 512.00 11. Triple One Investment 5.40 12. Shilemela Security and Debt Collection 030.00 13. Mbusha Trading Enterprises 075.60 14. Lava Investments 181 280.00 Closing at Agribank 13 November 2017 Business Process and Customer Relation Management Fourteen bids were received for the Provision, Implementation and After Sales Support of Business Process Management (BPM) and Customer Relation Management (CRM) Software to the Agribank of Namibia when tender nr. G/OIB/AGRI-01/2017 close 11H00 on Monday, 13 November 2017. Technical requirements comprise: 1. BPM Software Features: ‣ Process Design, Mapping, Process Repository, Business Process Hierarchy (Architecture), Business Rules Simulation. ‣ Process Management, Process Analysis, Process KPI setting and tracking, Real Time Process Monitoring/ Business Activity Monitoring ‣ Case Management ‣ Code App Development ‣ Document Management System ‣ Document Generation (Training Material/ System Documentation) ‣ System Integration 2. CMR Software Features: ‣ Sales, Customer Service and Marketing Financial requirements comprise: ‣ Bid Security (Bank Guarantee) ‣ Performance Security (Bank Guarantee) Bid prices as announced for: 1. Lemonaide (SA) once-off cost for customization of system 800 500.00 (e-mailed bid submission) 2. Relational (SA) 885 076.00 Annual maintenance 4 710.00 144 710.00 (all prices including VAT); (e-mailed submission) 3. Dimension Data 487 500.00 (including VAT) 4. BPT Consulting Services 606 998.00 (excluding VAT) 5. Exedin Training Academy 660 000.00 (including VAT) 6. Green Enterprises Solutions 705 188.10 (including VAT) 204 756.50 (including VAT) 8. Genius Technology 500 000.00(including VAT) 9. Lex Technologies 602 515.20 (including VAT) 10. Silnam IT Solutions 227 407.40 (including VAT) 11. Flowcentric option 1 797 912.00 option 2 214 872.00 option 3 143 256.00 option 4 7 440.00 option 5 0 000.00 12. Veya ICT 465 416.03 (excluding VAT) 13. Archiveyourdocs, IP Tech, IEC (joint venture) Business Process Management (BPM) 399 472.00 Customer Relation Management (CRM) 877 712.00 (all prices excluding VAT); (e-mailed bid submission) 14. EOH 335 416.67 (excluding VAT) Methods of Procurement Subject to section 27 (2) of the Public Procurement Act the following choices for procurement are available to the Central Procurement Board or a public entity: 1. Procurement of goods, works and non-consultancy services by means of: Open advertised bidding Restricted bidding Request for sealed quotations Direct procurement Execution by public entities Emergency procurement Small value procurement Request for proposals Electronic reverse auction Apart from open advertised bidding, the other methods of bidding under the procurement of goods, works and non-consultancy services may be used if the public entity has reason to believe that open advertised bidding: ‣Does not support Government policies like empowerment bidders. ‣ ‣Is too costly to apply, given the value of the procurement. In the case that any of these eight methods were used, the Board/ entity must report the grounds for the said choice of procurement 2. Procurement of consultancy services, by request for proposals on the basis of: Quality and cost Quality alone Least cost and acceptable quality 3.1 Open advertised bidding: When used, the invitation to bid or pre-qualify, is published: ‣In a newspaper with wide circulation. ‣In case of international bidding in selected international media with wide circulation. ‣In the public procurement portal with a prescribed disclaimer. This type of bidding allows for a public entity to give an advantage or preference to Namibian goods, services, suppliers or persons in the empowerment (previously disadvantaged) categories in case of the open advertised bidding process. 3.2 Open national bidding: Makes provision for participation in open advertised bidding strictly to citizens of Namibia or entities incorporated in Namibia with no less than 51% Namibian Citizen shareholding of which no less than 30% is owned by previously disadvantaged persons where these limitations are part of the invitation. 3.3 Open international bidding: Method of bidding applicable when: The estimated value of the procurement exceeds the prescribed threshold Goods or services are not available under competitive price and other conditions from more than one supplier in Namibia No bids were received at the open national bidding invitation and goods/services are available from international bidders. 3.4 Restricted bidding: May be used_ If a public entity has reason to believe that the goods or services are only available from a limited number of bidders If the time and cost of considering a large number of bids is too large or to small in comparison to the value of the procurement and the estimated value of the procurement does not exceed the prescribed threshold Limiting participation in a particular procurement to those suppliers appearing on pre-approved supplier eligibility lists drawn up and maintained by the public entity in a prescribed manner in order to make sure that suppliers of specialized goods and services have and maintain the needed technical When this manner of bidding is use on grounds that public entity has reason to believe that the goods or services are only available from a limited number of bidders, it must directly ensure to obtain bids from all known suppliers capable of supplying these goods and services. When this manner of bidding is use on grounds that the time and cost of considering a large number of bids is too large or to small in comparison with to the value of the procurement and the estimated value of the procurement does not exceed the prescribed threshold, it must, as far as reasonably possible, 3.5 Request for sealed quotations: May be used for the procurement of: ‣Readily available commercially standard goods not specially entity, small services or small works; if the estimated value of the procurement does not exceed the prescribed threshold By law the public entity must in writing ask for sealed quotations from three tenderers, with the exception that the goods required are not available from three tenderers. In this request a clear statement of the requirements of the public entity in terms of quality, quantity, terms and time of delivery and other special requirements, together with other information as may be prescribed, should be included. A bidder/ tenderer must submit one sealed quotation which may not be altered or negotiated. 3.6 Emergency Procurement: Used in cases of emergency and limited, as far as possible to the period of the emergency in order for competitive procurement methods to be maybe utilized afterwards. For the purpose of this section, “emergency” includes a situation where_ ‣The country is either seriously threatened by, or actually confronted with a natural disaster, catastrophe, or war; ‣Life or quality of life of the environment may be seriously compromised; or ‣The condition and quality of goods, equipment, building or publicly owned capital goods may seriously deteriorate if, unless action is urgently and necessarily taken to maintain them in their actual value or usefulness. 3.7 Execution by Public Entities: This method of procurement may be used in the case where one or more of the following conditions are present: ‣An activity is likely not to attract bidders, at least not at a reasonable price, in view of its size, nature, location or outside suppliers. ‣An activity is such that, if carried out by a supplier, it would impose an unacceptable risk on the supplier because the cost cannot be determined in advance. ‣The risk of unavoidable work interruptions is better borne by the public entity than by a supplier. ‣It has been demonstrated that execution by the public entity is the only practical method for the supply of services under special circumstances. ‣ An activity for a pilot project of particular nature for the development of a technology work method cannot be carried out by a supplier. ‣Staff members of the public entity carry out the service without disrupting existing operations of the public entity because they are familiar with those operations. ‣A public entity has the capacity to do such work on behalf of the Government. ‣There is an emergency such as natural disaster which calls for immediate action; or ‣Any other condition as the Minister may from time to time determine by notice in the Government Gazette. (Source: Public Procurement Act, 2015) DISCLAIMER: NOTE THAT NEITHER NEW ERA NOR THE TENDER BOARD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY WRONG INFORMATION OR ERRORS.

Tuesday, November 28 2017 | NEW ERA 15 Helao Nafidi aims to enhance food security Nuusita Ashipala Ongwediva H is constructing a N5 million treatment plant to recycle sewerage water to be reused for irrigation. Mayor Eliaser Nghipangelwa says the supply of untreated wastewater is aimed at encouraging the residents to establish backyard gardens to boost food security at the town. Nghipangelwa adds that the initiative also aims to reduce dependency on government for drought relief and to create a sustainable means of growing food. Apart from producing food for themselves, the community is urged to use the opportunity to farm for be self-reliant and produce enough food for themselves, and even enough to generate income for themselves if needs be,” says Nghipangelwa. The water will be supplied to the community at a very low price compared to potable water supplied cognisance that potable water is expensive to use for gardening, hence this is our way of meeting our residents half way, because this water initially went to waste,” says Nghipangelwa. The council will refrain from constructing dams at the extension at the town, as is the norm connecting instead all sewage from the town to the treatment plant to ensure every drop of water is utilised. At present, the treatment plant extracts water from sewage dams available at the various extensions at the town. Nghipangelwa plan will become operational, but says 95 percent of the work is done. However, council does not have the the construction and is waiting on government to avail the funds. situation that our government is it collects enough it will come to our aid,” says Nghipangelwa. Photo: Contributed Breeders’ delight… Nadia and Ronald Kubas’s Boer Goat ram fetched the highest price of N,000, which was bought by Stanley Kanyemba last week at Oanob Quality Breeder’s auction. From left are Zirk Coetzee (Namboer auctioneer), Ashley Jansen (handler) Hans Gertze (breeder), Dirkie Coetzee (breeder), Lucretia Coetzee (breeder), Ronald Kubas (breeder, kneeling), Hennie Klazen (breeder), Pieta Umburemo (handler) and Nadia Kubas (breeder). Breeders decide to elevate Van Rooy sheep Staff Reporter Windhoek National Van Rooy Breeders Association has vowed to put the Van Rooy breed back on the map. For this purpose Dean van Dyk of Van Rooy National Championships, pledged sponsorship for the last week October 2018 in Windhoek when more than 300 of the best Van Rooy purebreds will be paraded at the National Van Rooy Day inaugurated recently. 50 local breeders have more than 200 animals, it was also decided to have regular information days and inspectors’ courses to boost Van have shown that Van Rooy is very where 1 000 Dorpers would struggle to survive.’ As part of the revolution to bring back Van Rooy in big numbers, a fullcolour handbook for breeders about the Van Rooy was also launched after last week’s hugely successful information and training day at the Namboer pens. Farmers from the Omaheke showed great interest in becoming Van Rooy owners. Speaking to Titus Tjimbende from Otjinene, Blahr Tjikuzu from Epukiro, Stanley Tjozongoro from Tallismanub and Vaja Ngaujake from Aminuis, it became clear that all of Van Rooy lovers…Titus Tjimbundu, Blair Tjikuzu, Stanley Tjozongoro and Vaja Nyanyake came from Otjinene, Epikiru and Aminuis respectively to learn about the Van Rooy sheep, and they became instant fans after a very informative course and the launch of a booklet on the Van Rooy. them would love to bring more Van Rooys onto their farms. They primarily farm with Boer Goat and Damara but have been impressed with the resilience of the Van Rooy. The dwindling numbers of purebred Van Rooy was high on the ever Namibian National Van Rooy Day, attended by some forty breeders from mostly communal areas and emerging farmers. Note was taken of the vast impact the breed has left on the Namibian small stock landscape delivering magnificent sheep as tough thoroughbred in the first decade and now increasingly as a cross-bred with Dorper. President and chairperson of the new Van Rooy Breeders Association’s management, Piet Coetzee and Karbe Persendt respectively, did not mince their words emphasising the sharp decline in the numbers of the purebred. The more than 50 active commercial, communal and emerging Van Rooy breeders of Namibia all expressed concern about the way things are going pledging to bring back the Van Rooy with a bang. Ten years ago Namibian breeders rocked the Van Rooy world stage by winning the international championship in SA OFA winds down the year Kae MaÞun9ÿu-Tjiparuro Windhoek The Okakarara Farmers Association (OFA) is winding down the year this Friday in Okakarara with a farmers’ day graced by the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF)’s permanent secretary, Percy Misika. Misika would be explaining a new agricultural project, which his ministry has introduced. Other experts in the sector are also expected at this event. Barely six month at the helm now, OFA executive committee is hell bent on diversifying the farming activities of the farming communities in the Ozonahi communal area. Given the increasing constant pressure on livestock, due to droughts because of climatic changes, coupled with diseases, also related to change in climate, there is no way forward than diversifying from animal husbandry into crop production. Secretary general of AFA Jackson Hindjou Tjituka says besides providing food security crop production can also boost animal husbandry by proving farmers with the necessary fodder for their animals. He says AFA has number of years and a result there have been no programmes in place to help farmers with the leadership that has been there concentrating only on the marketing of the animals. In this regard he thinks the new leadership have inherited a good foundation they can build on as the association is on Other aspects that they plan addressing is debushing to allow grazing to resuscitate as well as adding value to traditional products such as milk, in this case looking at the production of chees as well traditional fat, known as omaze. This is in line with the government’s Growth at Home strategy encouraging home processing rather than the export of raw materials. Hindjou Tjituka adds that another of their focus is to mainstream the youth and women into farming in view of the fact that most of the current farmers are reaching retirement and thus it is only visionary to have someone following in their footsteps. Hence, one of their main occupation is to generally educate, make aware and to expose the public to farming. Hitherto they have had three farmers day, which he thinks was a success with an average attendance of 80 people. They hit the ground running having already ploughed back within their community by donating photocopy paper to schools in the town of Okakarara for the yearend examinations. The new leadership comprises: Jackson Kazetjikuria (chairperson), Elia Kandjii (vice chairperson), Jackson Hindjou Tjituka (secretary general), Isabella Muikute, Benestus Katjizeu (treasurer), Nico Ngaujake (vice treasurer), Hitjevi Tjihuiko (PRO and advisor), Mbenaije Kazenaimue (organiser) and Ngutjaana Katjiukua (deputy organiser). Hitting the ground… The new leadership of the Okakarara Farmers Association (OAFA) mobilising farmers and giving them feedback on the way forward during a meeting at Red Flag Commando Hall in Windhoek on November 8.

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