Procurement commitment at Majuba College is to procure and deliver cost-effective and high quality goods to ensure we exceed expectations.
To become a Majuba College supplier, please respond to the tender in the manner indicated. Ensure that all the information requested is completed, before submitting with the requested documentation. Majuba College will assess whether your business complies with certain pre-set standards, which are required in order to supply certain items or services.
Majuba College only invites and accepts quotations and or Tenders from prospective Respondents who are listed on the National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database (CSD) and who are TAX compliant.
Majuba College reserves the right not to award business to a Respondent who is not registered on the CSD and/or whose TAX affairs are not in order.
To be loaded onto the College’s supplier database the supplier information form must be completed and submitted to:
The Procurement Department
83 Allen Street Newcastle
a) The Integrity Pact requires a commitment from suppliers and Majuba College that they will not partake in any:
Corrupt and fraudulent activities;
Anti-competitive practices; and/or
Act in bad faith against one another.
b) Failure to abide to the integrity pact will result in the execution of the blacklisting procedure against the supplier; together with the cancellation of purchase orders or contracts made to the supplier.
Majuba College publishes advertisements of available tenders (above R 500 000) in the national and local press.
Consult national and local newspapers like the Sunday Times and the Newcastle Advertiser. We also advertise online via E Gazette and the College website.
Tenders must be put into the prescribed tender box, or faxed to the prescribed number, before the closing time on the closing date. Late tenders will not be accepted.
Tender documents indicate names and telephone numbers of contact persons who can be contacted regarding any uncertainties which may arise while completing the tender documents.