In southern Africa, the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) is extending an invitation to eligible tenderers for the provision of drilling and blasting services as well as the supply and delivery of lubricants.
In addition to the scope of works, the bidders are also requested to supply and deliver Warman and KSB pump spares.
The suppliers should provide the following upon submission of tender:
Vat registration certificate
Valid tax clearance certificate
Certificate of incorporation
Terms and conditions for the tender
There will be a compulsory pre-tender site visit for drilling and blasting prospective tenderers.
Tender documents are obtainable upon payment of a non-refundable fee of $10.
Tenderers must submit 2 copies in enclosed envelopes to the Tender Committee Chairman and endorsed on the outside with the advertised tender number, the description and closing date and must be placed in the tender box by the reception at the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (Pyt) Ltd, 6 Constantia Avenue, Strathaven, Harare before 10:00 am on 11 July 2016.
Formation of Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company
ZCDC has taken over diamond concessions which were previously owned by eight companies that were operating in Chiadzwa, including Marange Resources; Mbada Diamonds; Diamond Mining Corporation; Anjin Investments; Jinan Mining; Kusena Diamonds; Rera Diamonds and Gye-Nyame Resources.
The consolidation of diamond mining companies was informed by government’s attempt ensure transparency in the mining and trade in diamonds.
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