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16 ADVERT Wednesday, August 30 2017 | NEW ERA INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS - FY 2018/2019 NWR was established through an Act of Parliament, the Namibia Wildlife Resorts Company Act, (Act 3 of 1998), hereinafter referred to as the Act. Other legislation that has an impact on NWR are the Companies Act (Act 61 of 1973 as amended), the Public Enterprise Act (2 of 2006 as amended), the Public Enterprises Governance Amendment Act (Act 8 of 2015) and Public Procurement Act (Act No:15 of 2015). Namibia Wildlife Resorts is mandated to run all the tourism facilities within the protected areas of Namibia (currently 22 facilities). The only shareholder is the Government of the Republic of Namibia; hence, it belongs to the Namibian people. PURPOSE: NWR wishes to update its list of suppliers for the year ending 31st Oct 2018 and 2019. Thus, we hereby invite sealed applications from interested and eligible, competent and reputable contractors/suppliers and service providers’ to be considered for prequalification to supply various goods, works and services listed hereunder. ITEM DESCRIPTION NO CATEGORY A - GOODS 01 Supply and delivery of Books, Newspapers, other Publicity Materials 02 Provision for Document printing services – (Receipts/invoice books, Diaries, Corporate Newsletter, certificates, business cards etc.) 03 Supply and delivery of Beverages (Soft drinks, Beer, Ciders etc ) 04 Supply and delivery of camping, outdoor and leisure equipment 05 Supply and delivery of Cleaning Materials 06 Supply and delivery of Communication devices (Two-way radios) 07 Supply and delivery of Fishing gear and related products 08 Supply and delivery of Flowers and Gifts 09 Supply and delivery of Fuel supply 10 Supply and delivery of General Office Stationery 11 Supply and delivery of Groceries / Dry Food Stuff 12 Supply and delivery of Guest Room Amenities 13 Supply and delivery of ICT equipment (computers laptops, printers, serves) 14 Supply and delivery of Kitchen Fuel and Gas 15 Supply and delivery of Marketing Promotional Materials (including design artworks & printing) 16 Supply and delivery of Meat Products 17 Supply and delivery of Motor vehicle 18 Supply and delivery of office Equipment(s) i.e furniture 19 Supply and delivery of office refreshments 20 Supply and delivery of small tools (garden and maintenance) 21 Supply and delivery of Souvenirs, Curios / Crafts, Books 22 Supply and delivery of Spa products 23 Supply and delivery of Staff uniforms - Shoes and Protective Clothing/ Gear/Shoes 24 Supply and delivery of Towels and Linen 25 Supply and delivery of tires and fitments 26 Supply and delivery of Wine and hard liquor Products 36 Provision of External Audit Services 37 Provision of Interior Design / Decorating Services 38 Provision of Legal Services 39 Provision of Marketing and Advertising Services 40 Provision of Property Evaluation Services, PPE NO CATEGORY D - NON CONSUTANCY SERVICES 26 Banking Services 27 Printing layout and design of pamphlets, booklets etc. 28 Provision for Branding Services 29 Provision for Cooperate Wellness Services 30 Provision for Defensive Driving Training Services 31 Provision for Generator Services and maintenance 32 Provision for Health and Safety Services (food handlers, etc.) 33 Provision for Health and Safety Training (first aider, evacuation, fire, and representatives) 34 Provision for Landscaping 35 Provision for Licences and related computer software 36 Provision for maintenance of office furnishings e.g. vertical blinds and curtains. 37 Provision for Medical Aid Services 38 Provision for Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repairs (Approved Garages/ Dealers only) 39 Provision for Refuse Removal Services 40 Provision for Refuse Removal Services 41 Provision for Team Building Services 42 Provision for Training - Local guide, National guide, river guides, skippers, etc. 43 Provision of Asset Valuation Services 44 Provision of Auctioneering Services 45 Provision of Courier Services/Mail Delivery 46 Provision of Employee Wellness Services VACANCY Environmental Coordinator (C-UPPER ) Office Of the Managing Director Go-getters and passionate individuals are invited to join the National Oil Company. Make your unique contribution towards our cause of fuelling and exploring Namibia. Please apply online at: Closing date: 08 September 2017 NB: The documents outlined below are mandatory in order to be eligible to participate: a. Valid Company Registration Certificate clearly indicating Shareholders and Principles business b. An Original Valid Good Standing Tax Certificate c. An Original Valid Good Standing Social Security Certificate d. Certified copy of original Affirmative Action Compliance Certificate /proof from Employment equity e. A written undertaking as contemplated in section 138 (2) of the Labour Act, 1998 f. Certified copy of valid certificate of Registration as an SME (for bids reserved for SMEs) The Public entity shall have the right to: a. Ask for clarifications at the time of evaluating company profiles b. Conduct site inspection at the company’s premises. Thus, a clear physical address and contact details must be provided c. Reject all company profiles, if the above-mentioned is not adhered to Note: 27 Supply and delivery/installation of air-conditioners and consumables 28 Supply and delivery/installation of security equipment (CCTV, scanners, etc…) 29 Supply and Maintenance of Fire Suppression and Fire Fighting Equipment 30 Supply of computer equipment, audio visual - equipment, sound systems 31 Supply of Computer Stationery and Computer related Consumables, Computer Hardware & Software 32 Supply of plumbing, electrical and any other maintenance material or equipment NO CATEGORY B - PROVISON OF WORKS 21 Provision for Small building works e.g. Renovations, Partitioning, Painting, Plumbing and related service 22 Provision for Upholstery Services 23 Provision of Water Bottling Plant (Waterberg resort) 24 Provisioning of Project Management Services - Civil Engineering, Structural, Architectural, Electrical etc) 25 Supply and Maintenance of Air conditioners NO CATEGORY C - CONSULTANCY SERVICES 33 Provision for Consultancy - Community forums 34 Provision for Human Resources Services i.e Job Grading and Evaluations etc 35 Provision of Environmental Impact Assesment Services Faxed or emailed of documents will not be accepted Bidders who are currently doing business with NWR are required to reapply to be considered for pre-qualification All interested and eligible suppliers’/service providers are invited to apply for prequalification, by submit detailed company profiles and mandatory documents. They should clearly indicate the code number and sub-category of goods or services they wish to supply. The request for pre qualification will close on Friday the 08 September 2017 at the Head Office of Namibia Wildlife Resorts, Gathemann Building (Second Floor), 344 Independence Avenue, Windhoek at 12h00. Delivery: Courier or by hand or registered mail. The Secretary, Tender Committee, Private Bag 13378, 181 Gathemann Building, 2nd Floor, NWR Building Enquiries: Should be forwarded in writing to Loide Namashana – Email: 47 Provision of Event Management Services (Hospitality Services, outside catering) 48 Provision of Insurance Services through Insurance Brokerage Firms or the Underwriters 49 Provision of Pests Control Services 50 Provision Rental / hiring of Photocopy Machines 51 Provision for Security Guarding Services (including Alarm Services, Access Control etc.) 52 Provision for Accommodation Services (Oshakati /Ongwediva, Ondangwa, Swakopmund, Windhoek and Lüderitz Bay) 53 Service of Air Conditioners, Fire Extinguisher, Fax Machines, Photocopy Machines 54 Service of operational equipment (ICT Equipment, Video Conferencing equipment etc.) 55 Supply and delivery of ICT Computer System related service i.e InnKeeper 56 Supply and maintenance of Communication/Telephone Equipment and Accessories 57 Supply and Maintenance of Signage and Advertising 58 Supply of Air Tickets and Transport services (Hiring of vehicles, buses) 59 Supply of Event Management, Hospitality and Catering Services and Decorations. Monday, 28 August 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Namib Mille (caravan) 09:30-15:30 Min of Finance 09:30-15:00 Ongwediva Trade Fair (Queen Hall Exhibit Stand 89 & 90) 10:00-17:00 Swakopmund Town (Ferdinand Stich Str 4) 13:00-18:00 ____________________________ Tuesday, 29 August 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 MTC 09:30-15:00 Cymot Warehouse (caravan) 09:30-15:00 Ongwediva Trade Fair (Queen Hall Exhibit Stand 89 & 90) 10:00-17:00 Walvis Bay NAMBTS (Behind Welwitschia Medi-park) 13:00-18:00 ____________________________ Wednesday, 30 August 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Pupkewitz Magebuild (Builders Warehouse) 09:00-14:30 Barloworld 09:00-14:30 Ongwediva Trade Fair (Queen Hall Exhibit Stand 89 & 90) 10:00-17:00 Shoprite (Swakopmund) 10:00-15:00 ____________________________ Thursday, 31 August 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-18:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 City of Windhoek 09:00-14:30 Meatco 10:00-15:00 Ongwediva Trade Fair (Queen Hall Exhibit Stand 89 & 90) 10:00-17:00 Pick ‘n Pay (Walvis Bay) 10:00-15:00 ____________________________ Friday, 1 September 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Maerua Mall (in front of Mr Price) 09:00-15:30 Wernhil Park (in front of Pick ‘n Pay) 09:00-15:30 Ongwediva Trade Fair (Queen Hall Exhibit Stand 89 & 90) 11:00-17:00 Municipality (Swakopmund) 10:00-15:00 ____________________________ Saturday, 2 September 2017 Ongwediva Trade Fair (Queen Hall Exhibit Stand 89 & 90) 11:00-18:00 ____________________________ A Recognized Leader in Tourism and Hospitality Services in Namibia

Wednesday, August 30 2017 | NEW ERA //Kharas Regional Council //Kharas update ADVERT 17 Private Bag 2184, Wheeler Street, Education Building, Keetmanshoop, Namibia Tel: +264-63-221 900 E-mail: September Edition Official Monthly Newsletter of the //Kharas Regional Council Noordoewer, the future business hub Noordoewer is situated about 300 kilometers from keetmanshoop and approximately 10 km to South Africa. The settlement is controlled by settlement office as well a constituency office of the //Kharas Regional Council. Business opportunities The settlement is strategic for hospitality business and retailers are encouraged to tap into it, as the settlement currently only has one supermarket and two filling stations. According to the Regional Councilor of Karasburg East Constituency Hon Paulus Ephraim, a resolution was recently passed in the Council meeting to proclaim Noordoewer as a town, which in itself will attract more investors and thus calls upon companies to invest in Noordoewer. The Grape Industry The grape industry in Noordoewer is one of the largest in Namibia, creating employment of over 1500 permanent workers and according to the inhabitants and industry leaders, the population increases during the grape harvesting season up to about 10 000. Albert van der Merwe is the managing director of Sonop, which started farming grapes in 1992 and before that they were only farming vegetables. Van der Merwe says that the climate in the area is perfect for rotational farming as one can farm with vegetables in winter and grapes in the summer. The farm currently supplies vegetables to retailers in Namibia and South Africa. The grapes are exported to different countries around the world, proudly labelled Product of Namibia thus putting our country on the map. Sonop currently employs about 300 permanent workers and 700 seasonal workers; most of them being youth. Corporate Social Responsibility Sonop is one of the companies committed to corporate social responsibility as it distributes its surplus produce to the community and charities. It is currently the main sponsor to a local football club Orange Rangers; employs struggle kids and is currently constructing a community crèche. Infrastructure The settlement currently boasts a government school; a clinic tarred roads and a commercial bank as well as several government offices. Projects in the pipeline at the settlement include the construction of a Dam – a joint venture between the Namibian Government and the South African Government and construction of about 900 low cost houses by Think Tank construction. There are also plans to construct an airport at the settlement as well as the upgrading of the Aussenkher/Rosh pinah road to bitumen standard. Ephraim thus called on investors to visit the settlement explore the untapped business opportunities. Hon. Paulus Ephraim (far right), at a recent site inspection with the employees of //Kharas Regional Council Karasburg East Constituency Regional Councillor, Hon. Paulus Ephraim at a site visit. ||Kharas and Northern Cape strengthen ties Earlier this month, the ||Kharas Regional Council and the Northern Cape met in Kimberly, South Africa to reflect on the progress of their cooperation agreement that is being implemented by a team of technical experts. In his remarks, ||Kharas Regional Council Chairperson, Hon. Jan Scholtz conveyed his positivity that the partnership will bring to the two regions in particular and the countries at large. “We are hopeful that this partnership will speed up the economic transformation of both countries and the continent at large, through the creation of smart investment opportunities, safety and security, improved education, as well as cultural tolerance,” said Scholtz. In agreement, Northern Cape Premier, Sylvia Lucas also pointed out the need to implement a new action that is aligned to the new realities to derive maximum benefits from the mutual agreement. “The programme of action must be aligned to the new world realities and global development and growth trajectory,” said Lucas. She further added that the ultimate objective is to deepen integration in the region with a view to accelerate poverty eradication and the attainment of other economic and non-economic development goals. The ||Kharas Regional Council and the Northern Cape joint cooperation agreement was formed in 1999 by former Regional Governor Dawid Boois and former Northern Cape Premier Manne Dipico.

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