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In terms of the NMBM Supply Chain Management Policy Section 14, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality invites prospective suppliers to register on National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database (CSD) and the NMBM Supplier database. 

To register on the NMBM Supplier database, visit the newly launched Supplier registration page. 

The new facility also allows suppliers that are already registered, to check their NMBM supplier status and download their Supplier Database Registration Verification Letters. 

Please note that due to the Covid-19 regulations, access to NMBM offices is currently restricted. Therefore, verification forms and supporting documents will be provisionally accepted via email, i.e. scanned and sent to



Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 33 of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act, No. 56 of 2003 that the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM) intends entering into an agreement with the German development bank KfW.


During the Government negotiations between the Republic of South Africa (RSA) and the Federal Republic of Germany in November 2018, Germany committed grant funding in the amount of EUR 18 million (ZAR 288 million) for the Financial Co-operation Programme "Renewable Energy for South African Municipalities – Phase I: Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Area”.


The Electricity & Energy Directorate will be in responsible for preparing, implementing and maintaining the different project packages financed by the Grant. The estimated project time frame is four years and the NMBM commits to co-finance the project with an amount of 10% (EUR 1,8 million) over the duration of the Project.


The proposed Project supports the NMBM in the modernisation of the urban network infrastructure and in piloting an innovative Renewable Energy (RE) component. After extensive investigations, the oldest parts of the network were considered for strengthening, as these would be most beneficial to the NMBM, resulting in the greatest RE opportunities for the funding. These projects include the Mount Road 132 kV substation, Diaz Road 6.6 kV network and the 5th Avenue 6.6 kV network.


Further to these projects is to implement RE initiatives, as alternative supply to formerly disadvantaged parts of the City, approximately 10% of the project value have been assigned to achieve this objective. The NMBM and KfW already agreed that the pilot projects will look at green and replicable approaches only and that close involvement with the communities will be garnered and ensured.


Detailed project plans will be further elaborated during the design phase and in support of the implementation consultant.


NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN in accordance with Section 21A and Section 21 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, No. 32 of 2000 that –


a)     The local community and other interested persons are invited to submit comments or representations to the NMBM in respect of the proposed draft contract(s). Such comments or representations must be received by no later than 27th of September 2021 via electronic mail to or to the Munelek Building, 46 Harrower Road, North End, Gqeberha, 6001.


b)     Copies of the draft agreement and information statement summarising the NMBM’s obligations in terms of the draft agreement are available for inspection at all the NMBM Libraries and will also be accessible on official website of the NMBM titled "Draft Separate Agreement for Grant Funding between KFW and NMBM”.


c)     Further details and clarity may be requested via email on  and will be made available on the above-mentioned website.


Persons who are physically disabled or unable to write, but need to participate in the process may present themselves during office hours at the offices of the NMBM, where a staff member will assist them to transcribe the relevant comments or representations.



On Monday, 14 June 2021, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipal Council adopted its 2021/22 IDP and Budget.

In terms of Section 25(4) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, (Act 32 of 2000), a municipality must, within 14 days of the adoption of its Integrated Development Plan, give notice to the public of the adoption of the plan, and make copies of the plan available for public inspection.

In compliance with the above, the 2021/22 IDP and Budget is available at the City Hall, Vuyisile Mini Square, in all municipal libraries, customer care centres, institutions of higher learning, IDP Office, Ground Floor, Noninzi Luzipho Building (formerly known as Pleinhuis), cnr Whites Road and Baakens Street and on the municipal website: Please click here





Tenders are invited for the following:

Documents for the following tenders can be obtained at the applicable non-refundable amount per set at Supply Chain Management Tender Office, Harrower Road North End, Port Elizabeth 6001, fax 041 5061969, tel. 041 506 7531, or by prior notification from the Uitenhage Supply Chain Management Office,

17 Sellick Street, Uitenhage, tel. 041 994 1111


This after payment has been made in Port Elizabeth at the cashiers, Mfanasekhaya Gqobose Building (formerly Eric Tindale Building), Govan Mbeki Avenue or in Uitenhage at the Treasury Office, Market Street,


When payment is made, please quote the following information:


On cash/cheque payment:  Vote 1001547769 

On bank transfer payment:  Bank account number: 4079533826, Code 632005

      Account name: N.M.B.M. – Deposit Account/Primary Deposit account

      Bank              :  ABSA Bank, P.E.

      Reference     :   Vote 1001547769

Proof of payment must be provided.




Please note that the closing date for the below tender has been CANCELED in-line with s29(12) (c) of SCM Policy.


Contract No.




Procurement of OMS services


Attention: Business owners/ Leaders/ CEOs/ Branch managers  

To inform and advance Nelson Mandela Bay's economic recovery, it is important to continue to monitor and mitigate the negative impacts associated with lockdown and COVID-19 on  local business. 

By completing this 5-minute survey, you will help provide local economic development stakeholders with an up-to-date assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on businesses within Nelson Mandela Bay. 

·         We ask that you please complete this short questionnaire on behalf of your business/branch.

·         Please ensure that only one submission is made on behalf of your business.

·         Your participation is entirely voluntary and this is an anonymous survey

To complete the survey, please click on this link:

We appreciate your time and insight. Thank you for participating. 


Multi-stakeholder research team co-ordinated by the:

Trade & Investment Unit, NMBM

Tel:041 503 7561



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