The mandate of South African Tourism in terms of the Tourism Act is to provide for the development and promotion of sustainable tourism for the benefit of the Republic, its residents and its visitors. It is common cause that tourism is a strategic industry in terms of the National Tourism Sector Strategy as it supports government objectives of alleviating the triple challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality.
The South African Tourism Board (South African Tourism) was established by section 2 of the Tourism Act No 72 of 1993 and continues to exist in terms of section 9 of the new Tourism Act No 3 of 2014. SA Tourism is a schedule 3 A Public Entity in terms of schedule 3 of the Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999.
Scope of Work:
The scope of South African Tourism’s business includes four distinct areas of business focus and delivery, with different target markets and segments:
I. International Leisure tourism (travel trade and consumer); and Domestic leisure tourism (travel trade and consumer)
II. Business events through the delivery unit the South African National Convention Bureau (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, Exhibitions)
III. Quality assurance of the tourism sector/industry through the delivery of both Visitor Experience and the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
IV. South African Tourism corporate
Government invests billions of Rands each year in the provision of goods and services that are needed to deliver public policy and business objectives. Good public service outcomes depend on good procurement.
Section 217 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, prescribes that goods and services must be contracted through a system that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective and also confers a constitutional right on every potential supplier to offer goods and services to the public sector when needed. The submission of proposals will be in terms of this document. All information requested, must be supplied and all annexures completed, whether such information or annexure refers to the eventual tender or not. This information will form part of the eventual tender and must therefore be completed, as there will not be an opportunity to do so later. Thus, it essential that the information supplied is both correct and true.
South African Tourism has a detailed evaluation methodology premised on Treasury Regulation 16A.3 promulgated under Section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act, No. 1 of 1999), the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 2000 (Act, No.5 of 2000) read with Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017, and the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act, No. 53 of 2003). Prospective tenderers must periodically review https://www.southafrica.net/gl/en/corporate/page/tenders for updated information or amendments regarding this tender, prior to due dates.
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