A tender goes through the following stages:


  1. Advertising:  A tender is advertised so that all interested parties could apply for.
  2. Evaluation: This is the second stage after a bid has closed, and all applications are considered.  
  3. Awarding: A tendering company is awarded the tender.


  • With each tender advertised on the website, all necessary documentations are available for you to download;
  • Adhere to the closing date – no late tenders can be accepted;
  • Look out for any compulsory site meetings or any other special conditions of contract, as non-compliance can disqualify you;
  • Ensure that you complete all forms. Get advice if you are unsure of anything – contact Nadeem Diedericks of the WCPP Supply Chain Management if you need more information: ndiedericks@wcpp.gov.za or 021 487 1736;
  • When all the forms are completed and signed, please place your tender in an envelope with the tender number and deliver it before the closing time specified.

Tenders Being Advertised

Title Description Tender Code Closing Date Download
Travel tender: International travel A non-compulsory information session will take place on 30 January 2024 at 11:30 to 12:30, on MS Teams: Join on your computer, mobile app or room device - Click here to join the meeting Meeting ID: 369 799 448 123 Passcode: WxiZ8j Join on the web WCPPT 01/2024 Friday, February 9, 2024 - 11:00 PDF icon Bid document

Tenders Awarded

Title Description Tender Code Date Awarded Awarded Company
(Cancelled) Travel tender: International travel (click here for more information and link to information session) CANCELLED (12 December 2023) WCPPT 01/2023
Internet Connectivity and Disaster Recovery Services (click here for more information and link to information session). A compulsory information session will take place on 05 April 2023 at 10:00, WCPPT 05/2022 2023-04-19 11:00
(Cancelled) Digital Online Platform (click here for more information on information session and opening of tender) Cancelled - service no longer required WCPPT 04/22