Request for proposal for pilot project for leak detection on Rand Water pipelines using satellite technology

TENDER SUMMARY

Sector: Electrical

Issuer: Telkom

Issue Date: 2019/01/28

Closing Date: 2019/02/08

Region: Gauteng, Limpopo & Cape-Town

TENDER DESCRIPTION
Supply, Delivery and Installation of Gen Sequencer Machine and Training of Technicians

Tender number: AUC/ADCD/G/001

Closing date and time: 27 February 2019 at 1500hrs local time

The African Union Commission has received financing from Member States, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the Supply, Delivery and Installation of Gen Sequencer Machine and Training of Technicians.

The African Union Commission now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Supply and Delivery of The Supply, Delivery and Installation of Digital Radio-Fluoroscopy Equipment whose specifications are detailed in the bid document.

Bidders are required to furnish the following:
– Valid registration documents
– Dealership certificates or Manufacturer’s authorisation form
– Duly signed bid form in the format attached to the bid document
– Attach an explanation on your after sales service
– Specify Warranty period for the items

The deadline for submission of bids is 27 February 2019 at 1500hrs local time.

Sealed bids will be opened on 27 February 2019 at 1530hrs local time in the presence of bidders or bidders’ representatives who choose to attend, at the address below.

Both technical and financial offers should be in the same envelope. Late bids will be rejected and returned unopened to bidders.

Interested firms can download the bidding document from the African Union website: http://www.au.int/en/bids

Clarifications should be addressed to the e-mail: tenders@sabtia.org.za
The telephone number is (+27) 11 070 0900, Ext 925

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Agenda Calendar
Apr
3
Wed
2019
Roundtable Cape Town(3/4/2019) @ Cape Town
Apr 3 all-day
Roundtable Cape Town(3/4/2019) @ Cape Town

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One of the major roles for SABTIA is thought leadership and making inputs into policy formulation. This needs effective engagement and facilitation amongst all key role players. We propose that we implement this through a series of Roundtable discussions.

The key objectives of the SABTIA Roundtable discussions are for the following purpose:

To create a platform for policymakers and practitioners to engage on points of mutual and industry importance;

To understand the different viewpoints of these points from a neutral perspective and approach of mutual respect and;

To make necessary inputs and suggestions to Policy Makers and get feedback from Stakeholders on draft policy recommendations.

Who should attend:

Government and public sector key stakeholders

Procurement, transformation and ESD departments.

Incubator and Accelerators hubs, in the private and public sector.

The Roundtable discussion will take place in 1 day per region for over 4 hours.

We will address the fundamental issues facing the industry. The primary issues may be as follows, but not limited to:

How do we in the South African Context, define Incubators and Accelerators?

What are the different types of business models of Incubators and accelerators that we have in South Africa?

What is the impact of incubators/accelerators? How do we measure their impact?

Given South Africa’s economic challenges, how can incubation and acceleration make a more meaningful contribution?

Our discussions will provide an in-depth understanding of business incubation and acceleration hubs: what they are, what they represent, how they should be structured and what kind of services they should be delivering to entrepreneurs.  Each segment of the incubation service value chain will be looked at in detail, along with dynamic testimonials from some of the network’s best practice examples.

Apr
4
Thu
2019
Roundtable Johannesburg(4/4/2019) @ Johannesburg
Apr 4 all-day
Roundtable Johannesburg(4/4/2019) @ Johannesburg

RSVP HERE:

  |    |  

 

One of the major roles for SABTIA is thought leadership and making inputs into policy formulation. This needs effective engagement and facilitation amongst all key role players. We propose that we implement this through a series of Roundtable discussions.

The key objectives of the SABTIA Roundtable discussions are for the following purpose:

To create a platform for policymakers and practitioners to engage on points of mutual and industry importance;

To understand the different viewpoints of these points from a neutral perspective and approach of mutual respect and;

To make necessary inputs and suggestions to Policy Makers and get feedback from Stakeholders on draft policy recommendations.

Who should attend:

Government and public sector key stakeholders

Procurement, transformation and ESD departments.

Incubator and Accelerators hubs, in the private and public sector.

The Roundtable discussion will take place in 1 day per region for over 4 hours.

We will address the fundamental issues facing the industry. The primary issues may be as follows, but not limited to:

How do we in the South African Context, define Incubators and Accelerators?

What are the different types of business models of Incubators and accelerators that we have in South Africa?

What is the impact of incubators/accelerators? How do we measure their impact?

Given South Africa’s economic challenges, how can incubation and acceleration make a more meaningful contribution?

Our discussions will provide an in-depth understanding of business incubation and acceleration hubs: what they are, what they represent, how they should be structured and what kind of services they should be delivering to entrepreneurs.  Each segment of the incubation service value chain will be looked at in detail, along with dynamic testimonials from some of the network’s best practice examples.

Apr
11
Thu
2019
Roundtable Durban(11/4/2019) @ Durban
Apr 11 all-day
Roundtable Durban(11/4/2019) @ Durban

RSVP HERE:

  |    |  

 

One of the major roles for SABTIA is thought leadership and making inputs into policy formulation. This needs effective engagement and facilitation amongst all key role players. We propose that we implement this through a series of Roundtable discussions.

The key objectives of the SABTIA Roundtable discussions are for the following purpose:

To create a platform for policymakers and practitioners to engage on points of mutual and industry importance;

To understand the different viewpoints of these points from a neutral perspective and approach of mutual respect and;

To make necessary inputs and suggestions to Policy Makers and get feedback from Stakeholders on draft policy recommendations.

Who should attend:

Government and public sector key stakeholders

Procurement, transformation and ESD departments.

Incubator and Accelerators hubs, in the private and public sector.

The Roundtable discussion will take place in 1 day per region for over 4 hours.

We will address the fundamental issues facing the industry. The primary issues may be as follows, but not limited to:

How do we in the South African Context, define Incubators and Accelerators?

What are the different types of business models of Incubators and accelerators that we have in South Africa?

What is the impact of incubators/accelerators? How do we measure their impact?

Given South Africa’s economic challenges, how can incubation and acceleration make a more meaningful contribution?

Our discussions will provide an in-depth understanding of business incubation and acceleration hubs: what they are, what they represent, how they should be structured and what kind of services they should be delivering to entrepreneurs.  Each segment of the incubation service value chain will be looked at in detail, along with dynamic testimonials from some of the network’s best practice examples.

Apr
23
Tue
2019
Working with your Ecosystem (JHB)
Apr 23 – Apr 24 all-day

The economic growth of a region depends in no small part on the ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship. While it is essential that the ecosystem nourish the local entrepreneurial community and the innovators that will enable growth to happen, it is also true that every region, every local territory and every reality has its own peculiarities. Entrepreneurship responds to the conditions where it is embedded, and these vary greatly from place to place and from time to time. Getting it right is not easy, and managing the process where local stakeholders agree on a common vision is also complex.

In this 2-day workshop, which combines elements of both training and technical assistance, local actors, institutions and players from the public and private sectors of a local territorial ecosystem will work jointly to understand how to best establish and run entrepreneurial support services in their local context. Through an analysis of the needs of the local entrepreneurs and by adapting the business-support-service value chain, the workshop will forge among the participants a shared vision of the territory and a common understanding of who should be doing what, how to get there, and with what resources.

Trainers:

– Giordano Dichter, H&D Partners, Belgium

– Zaid Mohidin, New Generation Mindset, South Africa

Apr
25
Thu
2019
Working with your Ecosystem (CPT)
Apr 25 – Apr 26 all-day

The economic growth of a region depends in no small part on the ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship. While it is essential that the ecosystem nourish the local entrepreneurial community and the innovators that will enable growth to happen, it is also true that every region, every local territory and every reality has its own peculiarities. Entrepreneurship responds to the conditions where it is embedded, and these vary greatly from place to place and from time to time. Getting it right is not easy, and managing the process where local stakeholders agree on a common vision is also complex.

In this 2-day workshop, which combines elements of both training and technical assistance, local actors, institutions and players from the public and private sectors of a local territorial ecosystem will work jointly to understand how to best establish and run entrepreneurial support services in their local context. Through an analysis of the needs of the local entrepreneurs and by adapting the business-support-service value chain, the workshop will forge among the participants a shared vision of the territory and a common understanding of who should be doing what, how to get there, and with what resources.

Trainers:

– Giordano Dichter, H&D Partners, Belgium

– Zaid Mohidin, New Generation Mindset, South Africa

May
6
Mon
2019
Incubation Essentials(JHB)
May 6 – May 7 all-day

The “Incubation Essentials” training is targeted to whoever is new in the industry and needs to be quickly updated on what incubation really means! Whether you are setting up a new incubator or you are freshly up to a new job within an incubator, this training will help you navigate within the industry.

Supporting entrepreneurs in the start-up phase and then delivering proper services during the first years of the life of an enterprise is no easy feat and certainly not one to be taken lightly. If you are a coach, you will be working with real people, people who will share their visions and dreams with you. Incubators, innovation centres and entrepreneurship centres are among the places where constant support is provided. However, the services they provide vary according to the type of entrepreneur and the type of companies that are being set-up, and according to the overall ecosystem where these organizations are embedded.

This 2-day training module, intended for newcomers to the business support industry, will take participants through the basics of business incubation, from entrepreneurship stimulation to pre-incubation and acceleration, from incubation to the establishment of specific growth services.

Coupled with the practitioner’s testimonials, the trainer will take the participants through the innovation-based incubation journey, analysing the fundamental elements of a sound incubation and acceleration process.

Trainers:

>>Giordano Dichter, H&D Partners, Belgium

>>Zaid Mohidin, New Generation Mindset, South Africa

May
9
Thu
2019
Incubation Essentials(CPT)
May 9 – May 10 all-day

The “Incubation Essentials” training is targeted to whoever is new in the industry and needs to be quickly updated on what incubation really means! Whether you are setting up a new incubator or you are freshly up to a new job within an incubator, this training will help you navigate within the industry.

Supporting entrepreneurs in the start-up phase and then delivering proper services during the first years of the life of an enterprise is no easy feat and certainly not one to be taken lightly. If you are a coach, you will be working with real people, people who will share their visions and dreams with you. Incubators, innovation centres and entrepreneurship centres are among the places where constant support is provided. However, the services they provide vary according to the type of entrepreneur and the type of companies that are being set-up, and according to the overall ecosystem where these organizations are embedded.

This 2-day training module, intended for newcomers to the business support industry, will take participants through the basics of business incubation, from entrepreneurship stimulation to pre-incubation and acceleration, from incubation to the establishment of specific growth services.

Coupled with the practitioner’s testimonials, the trainer will take the participants through the innovation-based incubation journey, analysing the fundamental elements of a sound incubation and acceleration process.

Trainers:

>>Giordano Dichter, H&D Partners, Belgium

>>Zaid Mohidin, New Generation Mindset, South Africa

May
14
Tue
2019
Incubation in practice (JHB)
May 14 – May 15 all-day

Supporting start-ups to survive the “valley of death” is a difficult task, one that requires great capacities to read within the companies needs and that requires any incubator practitioner to be as creative as she/he can possibly be. During these years, anything can go wrong and there is a need to guide the entrepreneurs into minimizing risks and leveraging on opportunities. However, it is proven, that around 87% of the companies that go through a sound incubation program are still in business after their first three years. Therefore sound incubation programs make a difference!

This 2-day training course will support your incubator to set up in place an up-to-standards incubation program, analysing the services needed during the incubation phase of a startup and supporting you to prioritize for the set-up of your own world-class incubation program.

May
16
Thu
2019
Incubation in practice (CPT)
May 16 – May 17 all-day

Supporting start-ups to survive the “valley of death” is a difficult task, one that requires great capacities to read within the companies needs and that requires any incubator practitioner to be as creative as she/he can possibly be. During these years, anything can go wrong and there is a need to guide the entrepreneurs into minimizing risks and leveraging on opportunities. However, it is proven, that around 87% of the companies that go through a sound incubation program are still in business after their first three years. Therefore sound incubation programs make a difference!

This 2-day training course will support your incubator to set up in place an up-to-standards incubation program, analysing the services needed during the incubation phase of a startup and supporting you to prioritize for the set-up of your own world-class incubation program.

Jun
25
Tue
2019
Incubation Series 5: Access to funding
Jun 25 – Jun 27 all-day
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