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Invitation To Bid Bid No: SASSA01/11/BS

Invitation To Bid
Bid No: SASSA01/11/BS

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) hereby invites service providers to submit proposals for the provision of payment services for social grants in any one or more of the nine provinces in the Republic of South Africa.
Acompulsory briefing session will be held as follows:
Date: 5 May 2011
Venue: Southern Sun Arcadia, cnr Pretorius and Beatrix Streets, Arcadia, Pretoria
Time: 10:00
Technical enquiries: Ms Raphaahle Ramokgopa, tel. (012) 400-2027
Supply chain enquiries: Ms Keitumetse Pitse, tel. (012) 400-2103
Closing date: 27 May 2011 at 11:00
Sale of documents: A non-refundable deposit of R20 000 is payable upon collection of the documents. Only bank guaranteed cheques will be accepted.
Documents are obtainable during office hours (Monday to Friday, 08:00 to 16:30) at SASSAHouse, 501 Prodinsa Building, Ground Floor, cnr Beatrix and Pretorius Streets, Arcadia, Pretoria.
All proposals must be deposited in the tender box situated at the above address.

Bids submitted by electronic mail, facsimile or other similar apparatus will not be accepted for consideration. Bidders should ensure that their proposals are delivered on time. Bidders are advised that any bid received after the closing date and time will not be accepted.
www.humanjobs.co.za
Human Communications 75667
www.sassa.gov.za 0800 60 10 11

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