Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management is managed by an internal SCM Unit. This unit is solely responsible for purchasing of goods and services to assist CapeNature with achieving its provincial mandate.

The SCM team ensures that CapeNature promotes a sound and accountable supply chain process. The SCM unit focuses on promoting black economic empowerment, local economic development, and the promotion of small businesses. Approved policy and procedures further encourages compliance by ensuring that goods and services are procured at the best value for money, that processes are fair and equitable, that there is open and effective competition and that sound accountability and reporting is practised.

Supply Chain Management operates within the prescribed legislative environment and is guided by the following legislation:

The Public Finance Management Act, No1 of 1999 as amended

The Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA)

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEE) and the

National Small Business Act (Act 102 of 1996)

Quotations (Between R10,000 and R500, 000)

Quotations between R10,000 to R500,000 are advertised on the Integrated Procurement System (IPS).

Formal Tenders (Above R500,000)

Formal tenders will also be advertised in the government tender bulletin.

For a list of new tenders above R500,000, please contact
Mr Eldrea Thomas
Tel: 021 483 0030


Ms Nwabisa Gqoboda
Tel: 021 483 0029

Current Tenders (Above R500,000)

To view the PDF documents for each tender, please click the tender reference number. The PDF will then open in a new tab, where you can view and download it.

Reference Goods/Services Closing date
WCNCB 01-04-2016 Google Apps 03 June 2016
WCNCB 01-06-2016 Medical Surveillance 08 July 2016
WCNCB 02-06-2016 IBM Servers 08 July 2016

Closed Tenders

Tenders for 2013/2014 can be downloaded here:  Tenders 2013-2014
Tenders for 2014/215 can be downloaded here: Tenders 2014-2015
Tenders for 2015/2016 can be downloaded here: Tenders 2015-2016

Supplier Registration on the Western Cape Supplier Database

As from 1 April 2012, the Western Cape Government may no longer do business with suppliers that are not actively registered on the Western Cape Supplier Database (WCSD). Any supplier intending to do business with CapeNature must ensure that they are registered on the Western Cape Supplier Database.

Why register on the WCSD

Western Cape Supplier Database Registration User Guide

Western Cape Supplier Database Registration Form

Preference Points Claim Form A (bid is estimated to not exceed R1 000 000)

Preference Points Claim Form B (bid is estimated to exceed R1 000 000)

Declaration of Interests

List Of Rating Agencies

Contact Us:

CapeNature thanks you for your interest thus far. Should you wish to contact us directly, please do so as follows:
E-mail: Supply Chain Manager: Lindsay Stevens: or
Tel: +27 21 483 0000