Ugu South Coast Development Agency Ugu South Coast Development Agency
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Manufacturing
Park Rynie lndustrial Development.
Clothing and textiles.
Furniture manufacturing and incubation.
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Craft commercialisation.
Timber processing.
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Tourism
Investigate a Special Economic Zone (EPZ),
specifically a Tourism Development Zone (TDZ).
Development of adventure tourism cluster at Oribi Gorge.
Development of a conference/convention centre.
Hotels and beachfront leisure facilities.
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Development of tourist packages for
domestic markets.
African and Asian cuisine outlets.
Horse Shoe Farm Agri-tourism.
Nature/game reserve.
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Mining
Small-scale quarrying.
Formalisation of sand-winning.
Small-scale building material mining.
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Green Economy
Bio fuels production (such as the Hans Merensky project).
Biomass production.
Green buildings, materials and construction products.
Hydropower.
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Solar energy.
Waste and wastewater management.
Water and water technologies.
Wind energy.
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Agriculture
Agri-processing linked to Dube Tradeport.
Timber beneficiation.
Transition from subsistence to commercial farming
(incl Mariculture).
Expansion of macadamia, sugarcane, timber, bananas,
and vegetable production.
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Compartmentalised cold storages.
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Food processing industry opportunities (incl.
fruits and vegetable processing and
canning industry).
Greenhouse farming of cut flowers.
Seed production and processing.
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Infrastructure Development
Port Shepstone and Scottburgh beachfront re-development.
Ugu Sports Leisure Centre.
Small craft harbour.
Margate Airport upgrade.
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Upgrade beach facilities and tidal pools.
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Margate Olympic swimming pool.
Development of a Technology Hub.

Database Forms

Alert

Registration as a Supplier on National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database (MANDATORY)

Please refer to the MFMA Circular 81 attached below regarding Service Providers who wish to provide services to all Government entities.

Service Providers are required to register on Treasury’s Central Supplier Database (CSD) by 1 July 2016. The link contained in Circular 81 is www.csd.gov.za .

Please be advised that the Agency will not be able to make payments to Service Providers not registered on the CSD as of 1 July 2016.

 

 

 

SDCA Supplier Database Registration Form

Points to remember when completing the Form:

Completion of questions

Clearly state Yes, No or N/A to questions asked. Do not leave any fields blank.


Certified documents

Please ensure that a Commissioner of Oaths has certified your Company Registration Document, Shareholding Certificates, VAT Registration, PAYE, UIF, Workman’s Compensation, Security Officers Board Certificate if applicable; the stamp of certification should be on the front of the document. No faxed documents will be considered for accreditation. An original valid Tax Clearance Certificate is to be submitted. This is to be updated on a 12 monthly basis and submitted for inclusion in the SCDA Supplier Database.


Copies of documents

Please keep copies of the Registration Form and all supporting documentation submitted for your own records and to ensure that all data is maintained and up to date on a continual basis.


Owners, shareholders

Please ensure that the percentages of ownership of the individual shareholders amount to 100%. That is, provide details of all shareholders, and ensure that all fields are completed for each. Proof of the individual shareholding is to be submitted.


Holding companies & Trusts

Please contact the SCDA Supplier Database Office on Tel No. 039-682 3881 should your business be owned by a Holding company or a Trust to request additional information.


Certification of correctness

Please ensure that the Certification of Correctness is signed and dated once all required documents and information have been submitted.


Collection points

Please collect the database forms from the Supply Chain Management office in Margate, any of our municipal offices or download them from our website. Completed Registration Forms and supporting documentation can be delivered to one of the addresses on this Registration Form.


Processing of registration

Your completed registration will be processed, and once verified, will be approved and you will be issued with a Supplier Database Registration Code to be used in all future communication with the South Coast Development Agency. Please note that this administration process of COMPLETED Registration Forms will take a minimum of 21 days. Once your registration has been included on the SCDA Supplier Database, your details will be accessible to the SCDA Procurement Section.


Business opportunities

Please note that registration on the SCDA Supplier Database does not guarantee business opportunities. Should you wish to receive leads on tenders, please refer to the SCDA Website, or the local notice boards.


Amendments

Please notify the SCDA Supplier Database office immediately of any changes to the verified information submitted. Submit a Certification of Correctness with the amended data. Queries – Should you have any queries, or if you require assistance completing the registration from, please contact SCDA Supplier Database Office on Tel No. 039-682 3881.

SCDA Database Form 2016     
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