What tender services do you offer?
National Tender Council brings more than 1000 tenders right to your computer. With a massive user and tender database we aim to bring the most relevant tenders to you and to provide you with an easy way to apply for tenders. Our website also provides opportunities for businesses ranging from small to large to easily identify and apply for tender opportunities. It also allows for companies and government departments to put out tenders and easily screen for the most suitable tenderer. All relevant information of companies and tenders can now be viewed in one easy to use site.
Can I unsubscribe or cancel my subscription?
How do I subscribe online to tender alerts?
It’s easy to enjoy all the benefits of being a member. All you need to do is to subscribe on the website. After you have subscribed and created a username and password, you can start to create companies and set out tenders for those companies.
As a subscriber you will have access to tenders and business leads posted onto the National Tender Council website.
You will be receive customized emails for all tenders that you have applied for, receive notifications when someone has applied for tenders that you have set out and other notifications of activity on your profile.
What industries do the tenders cover?
We cover the major industries in South Africa including but not limited to:
- Bookkeeping, Banking and Law
- Building and Exchanges
- Cleaning and Office Management
- Clinical and Medical services
- Design Experts
- Electrical and Robotization
- General, Property and Sell-offs
- Government Department
- Human Resources and Tutelage
- Information Technology and Telecoms
- Materials, Supply and Administrations
- Mechanical, Plant and Hardware
- Media and Promoting
- Security, Access, Alerts and Fire
- Travel, Tourism and Accommodation
We regularly add additional industries as the need arises. Please do not hesitate to send us and email with your suggestions regarding additional industries or any other system functionality.
What sources do you get your tenders from?
National Tender Council provides an international coverage of all business tenders published by the local, provincial and national government plus private sector companies. We also encourage National Tender Council members to interact by posting tender directly on the website and to apply to participate on tenders set out by other companies on the National Tender Council’s website.We use local and national newspapers, government, public and private websites, and direct contact with local and national government bodies and private businesses populate our system with data.
What are the business benefits of an National Tender Council subscription?
Our website uses technology to bring Companies as well as Government departments together faster and more efficient than ever before.
It is worth noting that our website displays public and private sector tenders updated daily.
We provide the following functionality in a user friendly medium:
- Publication of public sector tenders.
- Publication of private sector tenders.
- Publication of companies along with their relevant information along with the tenders that these companies put out.
Search capability to identify tenders per:
- Keyword Search
- Industry: Defines the category of the company.
- Location: The general location of the tender;
- B-BBEE Level: B-BBEE level requirements for tenders.
We make communication and interaction between companies, ranging from small to large as well as government departments, much easier. This creates opportunities for all businesses to interact with one another efficiently and profitably.
Business can now easily identify tender opportunities and on the other hand make connections with the right business partners to work with or for them by putting out tenders and selecting the best match for their needs.
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