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Awarding of Tender

                       

Through the Ministerial Tender Committee, the Ministry of Agriculture Adjudicates and award tenders in line with the procurement procedures specified in the PPAD Act (No 10 of 2003) and is expected to at all times comply with the financial thresholds  (currently between P20 000.01 and P5 000 000.00) and reporting conditions specified by the PPADB from time to time.

 

The MTC is mandated to ensure that all decisions relating to procurement and disposal process incorporate and promote:

        Competition among contractors

        Fair and equitable treatment of all contractors

 

The tendering cycle in the MTC is as follows;

 

(Formal Tender)

  1. Vetting of the ITT
  2. Publishing the tender
  3. Submission of bids
  4. Tender closure and opening
  5. Submission to the Procuring Entity for evaluation
  6. Submission to the MTC for adjudication and award
  7. Notification and publication of committee decisions on tender request
  8. Contract award /agreements
  9. Contract implementation (engagement)

 

 (Informal Tender)

  1. Requests for quotations
  2. Submission of bids
  3. Tender closure and opening
  4. Submission to the Procuring Entity for evaluation
  5. Submission to the MTC for adjudication and award
  6. Notification and publication of committee decisions on tender request
  7. Contract award /agreements
  8. Contract implementation (engagement)

 

 

Procurement Methods

The other methods of procurement which in anyway follow the same procedures as outlined above are; Selective Tendering, Open International/Local  bidding, Restricted Local/International bidding, Expression of Interest and Direct Procurement.

 

For us to fully discharge the above procurement methods we are guided by the annual procurement plan submitted by various departments which  is a written document indicating the goods, works and services, expected to be procured, the procurement methods, recurring and non-recurring expenditure, the targets and milestones, and the estimated costs.

 

 

Cost of Tender Documents

As per the Circular Savingram Ref ACC.C227 I (7) dated 15 August 2008, from the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance, the standardization of the cost of buying tender documents in government was implemented to ensure that documents are collected by serious bidders as well as to ensure cost recovery by the government. The charges are standard across all government ministries to promote open, fair and transparent tendering and commercial practices across government. The prices are outlined below;

 

 

Tender Type

Cost of Tender Document

Procurement of various Supplies up to P5 million

P250.00

Procurement of various Supplies above P5 million

P500.00

Procurement of various Services up to P5 million

P500.00

Procurement of various Services above P5 million

P1 100.00

 

 

Important: As a procurement facilitation independent body, we are greatly concerned about bidders who fail to honor contract agreements after tender awards. This negatively affects the ministry at large and the idea of a developed, productive and innovative Botswana due to under quoting which results in supply of low quality products, delayed project completions and or completely failing projects. We emphasize serious competitors to ensure serious procurement developments.

 

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Ministerial Tender Committee Office:

 

Our Physical Address

Ministry of Agriculture Headquarters

Plot Number 4701

Station Road (off Mandela Road)

 Ministerial Tender Committee

Office No.002, Ground Floor.

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BACK TO SCHOOL: GIVING YOUNG PEOPLE OPPORTUNITY TO RE-ENTER THE EDUCATION SYSTEM.

Back to school is a project that aims at giving young people second chance to enrol back to school to get necessary education and skills that can enable them to make the necessary move into the world of work.

This service is open to all Batswana children who have, for variety of reasons, failed to complete thier basic path of education or training. Tuition is waved for all persons registered within the stipulated deadline.

The objective is to assist all learners who are 35 and below. The learners are absorbed back to school from primary, junior, senior secondary and tertiary through FOUR possible routes:

1) Back to class ( For those who droped out from school due to various reasons)

2) Enroll at a trade school or brigades/technical colleges/ BOCODOL( Note that programmes qualification requirements for admission still stands)

3)Enroll at BOCODOL to upgrade previous results ( i.e. to improve JC or BGCSE grades for the next level).

4)Register for enhancement of existing qualifications, e.g. certificate to diploma or diploma to degree in selected fields.(progression is allowed only on the same programme done before).

The service will also include retooling of graduates. Those selected for research in selected fields will go for Masters degrees and Doctorates and others will go for teaching Diploma to redirect their degrees to teaching profession.

This an affirmative action service. Therefore, orphans, needy students, vulnerable children and remote area dwelling students will be accomodated even when thier passmark is below the stated cut off point for any particular year. Such students should, however, be admitted to an institution.

READMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Primary School

  • Must be 11 years or younger.
  • Will undergo evaluation prior to admission.
  • Parental commitment to joint supervision will be a precondition.

Junior Secondary School

  • Must be 18 years or younger.
  • Will undergo evaluation and guidance & counselling will be provided where necessary.
  • Parental commitment to joint supervision will be a precondition.

Senior Secondary School

  • Must be 25 years or younger.
  • Will undergo evaluation and guidance & counselling will be provided where necessary. 
  • Personal commitment will be assured by signing a declaration of the facts by student.
  • Parental commitment to joint supervision will be a precondition.

Tertiary Schools

  • The maximum age of sponsorship is 35 years.
  • students can only be sponsored for programmes whose duration is equal to the number of years remaining before the student reaches 35 years. E.g. a 32 year old student will be sponsored only for three years.

REGISTRATION POINTS

The registration will be co-ordinated through the Regional Education Offices.

Forms can be obtained from the Regional Offices.

Registration forms can be downloaded from:

 Ministry's website (www.moe.gov.bw)

Portal (education site) (www.gov.bw)

Ministry's facebook page (www.facebook.com/pages/ministry -of- Education and skills Development-Botswana)

 

 

 

 

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This is the execution of Court processes by Court Bailiff on behalf of either party involved in the dispute upon application pursuant to a Court order.

 How to request for the service

  •  Request is made in writing to the Registrar.

Availability of service on-line

  • Service is not available on line.

Cost of Service

  • No charge for the service but in case of attachments and sale of property the cost of service are recovered from the judgment debtor.
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REGISTRATION OF BIRTH

This is the act of registering children born in Botswana in the National Register.

Who qualifies to have a birth certificate?

Anyone born in Botswana qualifies for a birth certificate.

How much does it cost to apply for a birth certificate?

Where birth is registered within the prescribed time (within 60 days of its occurrence), a certificate is issued for free. Any registration done after that period attracts a levy of for every month of defaulting, up to a maximum of P100.00

How do I apply for a birth certificate when I have a naturalised citizenship?

A birth certificate is issued only to people born in Botswana. Foreign natoinals born in Botswana have 7 birth registration digit numbers while Batswana have 9 birth registration digit numbers.

NB: If your parents or guardian have a naturalized citizenship and you are born in Botswana, you qualify for a Motswana birth certificate with 9 certificate numbers.

How long does it take to get a birth certificate?

Upon receipt of a report of a birth the registrar shall issue a birth certificate then.

Can one send someone else to collect him/her birth certificate?

Only a mother father or guardian can collect a birth certificate of his/her child. Also someone with legal identity/passport can collect his or her own birth certificate.

How do I register for birth certificate?

It is a mandatory to report a birth within 60 days of its occurrence. Such a report should be made by the parent/guardian of every child born alive and should be accompanied by a notice of birth from the doctor (form CRB-2), or Kgosi to the registrar if birth occurred at home.

Who do I contact for this service?

Department of Civil and National Registration

Tell: 3611400

Toll Free: 0800 600 777

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1. Service Description

Blasting Licence is a document that allows a person to carry out blasting operations

2. How do I obtain the service

  • Visit Department of mines office in Gaborone or Francistown

3. How do I apply for service

You should provide the Department with;

  • Certified copies of certificates
  • Police clearance certificate
  • Proof of practical experience
  1. 150 shifts for non diploma and degree holders in mining engineering
  2. 75 shifts for diploma and degree holders in mining engineering
  • Letter from the company or the blasting licence holder stating that the incumbent is ready for writing examinations
  • Minimum of 90 days should have ellapsed for a candidate to appear for the next attempt. Only three attempts are allowed.
  • Two copies of passport size photographs with his/her name written at the back

4. Cost involved in obtaining the service

  • P2.00

5. Where can I get more information

  • Department of Mines office in Francistown or Gaborone
  • Website: www.mines.gov.bw
  • Telephone
  • Email
  • Fax
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1. Service Description.

  • Issuing of registration certificates to all the boats in Botswana,   import permits to  all the boats that enter Botswana and  interzonal permits to boats moving between zones. We also  provide for  the boat inspection and spraying.  

2. How do i obtain service

  • Go to the nerarest Department of Water Affairs station.

3. How do i apply for service

  • Fill  in the appropriate  form for the service ( AVC 3, AVCU and form 1).

4. Cost involved in obtaining service

  • Boat Import Permit: P44.00.
  • Boat registration : P44.00
  • Interzonal Movement Permit: P44.00
  • Boat Inspection and Inspection : P10. 00

5. Where can i get more information

The Director

Department of Water Affairs

Private Bag 0029

Gaborone

Botswana

Telephone: (267)3607173/61

Fax: (267) 3607160

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1. Service Description

Provides cleaning and fishing services to government and private borehole owners. The advisory service is for free while the cleaning and fishing is charged for. 

2. How do I obtain the service?

 

3. How do I apply for the service?

 The customer has to submit application form and borehole completion certificate (G.S. 184)

•Inspection: The farmer will accompany the inspector to the site (borehole) if the service is for cleaning or fishing and sign the inspection and recommendation form.
•Filling in the indemnity form: filled by the farmer before the department starts any work on the borehole. This indemnifies the department from any loss or damage that might occur during the rendering of the service.
•Payment for the service by the customer
•Cleaning of the borehole
•Report and Recommendation: After completing the service the department shall provide a cleaning report with recommendations and any further advice

4.How much does it cost?

Cleaning: P4 362.00, Mobilization tar: P16.50/km, Mobilization sand: P44.00/km, Mobilization gravel: P30.25/km, Advisory services are free of charge 

5.Where can I get more information?

Visit Department of Geological Surveys

The Director
Private Bag 0014
Lobatse
Telephone: +267 5330327
Fax: +267 5332013

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http://www.mmewr.gov.bw/services/ 

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1. Service Description

 

Retrieval of any obstructive / foreign objects from a borehole using mechanical methods and sometimes chemical methods if required.

 

2. How do I obtain the service?

 

Make a request to the Department of Water Affairs, Ground Water Division and include the following:

  • A copy of borehole completion certificate (Borehole registration form from Dept. Geological Surveys)
  • A detailed descrption of problem (Scope of Work) that has to be attended to.
  • Borehole inspection report by the Department of Water Affairs(DWA) drilling technicians.
  • Fill in an idemnity form from DWA.
  • An upfront payment for services after inspection of the borehole.

 

3. How do I apply for the service?

    

4. How much does it cost?

 

  • Borehole inspection services costs P4 362.00

  

5.  Where can I get more information?

 

More information can be obtained from:

 

The Director

Department of Water Affairs

Private Bag 0029

Gaborone

Botswana

Tel: 3607378/3607100

Fax: 3903508

 

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