Terms and Conditions

The GMA aims to conducts its business in a manner that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost effective as underpinned by Section 217 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Act 108 of 1996, and it c​ore values. Without limiting its rights at law or otherwise, the GMA reserves the right, in its absolute discretion at any time, to:​​

a.  Cease to proceed with, or suspend a Tendering Process prior to the execution of a formal written contract;

b.  alter the structure and/or the timing of a Request For Proposal (RFP) or a Tendering Process;

c.  vary or extend any time or date specified in an RFP for all or any Bidder or other persons;

‌‌d.  terminate the participation of any Bidder or any other person in a Tendering Process;

e.  require additional information or clarification from any Bidder or any other person or provide additional information or clarification;

f.   call for new Tenders;​

g.  reject any Tender received after the Closing Time;

h.  reject any Tender that does not comply with the requirements of an RFP; or consider and accept or reject any alternative tender.

Request for Proposals

Request for Proposal (RFP) refers to all procurement where the value of required goods or services is estimated​​ to exceed R500 000 (all costs inclusive). Suppliers are invited to submit proposals through an open competitive process by advertising in at least the Government Tender Bulletin, National Treasury’s e-Tender Publication Portal and GMA Website and CIDB Register of Tenders (for construction related works).