The Supply Chain Management unit is responsible for procurement activities, BEE spending, CPG monitoring, contract management, monitoring of non-conformances, deviations, irregular expenditure, bid committees, as well as inventory management. It is responsible for all other supply chain operational activities, including ensuring that procurement of goods, services, and construction work is done in a fair, competitive, cost-effective, transparent and an equitable manner, as required in terms of the PFMA and applicable Treasury regulations.
The Enterprise and Supplier Development function is responsible for driving business transformation, as part of supporting establishment and participation of black players in the economy in line with BBBEE Act, in order to stimulate economic growth and creation of jobs in communities.
It is also responsible for implementation and monitoring of the five pillars of enterprise and supplier development strategy as approved by the board. The five pillars are as follows:
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- Corner South Central Arterial and Battery Bank. Alton Industrial Area. Richards Bay.
- Strengthening institutional arrangement – partnering with companies that are operating within SMME space;
- Incubation support system;
- Investigating establishment of ESD Development Fund;
- Structured joint venture; and
- Targeted payment system.
Tender submissions must be placed in the Mhlathuze Water tender box situated at Mhlathuze Water’s Head Office, Main Security Gate, Corner of South Central Arterial and Battery Bank, Alton, Richards Bay by the due date and time as stipulated on the tender document. No late tenders will be accepted.
Submissions must be in a sealed envelope that is clearly marked with the tender reference number and the name of the tender and addressed to Mhlathuze Water–Supply Chain Management.