On 17 May 2018, Rand Water informed the Emfuleni Local Municipality indicating its decision to reduce by 20-percent, its supply of bulk potable water to the Municipality.
FOLLOW UP INFORMATION TO THE WOL TRAINEES
01 May 2018
To All the participants on the War on Leaks (WOL) programme.
Rand Water and the EWSETA were appointed as the implementing agents of the WOL project on behalf of the DWS. The DWS are the owners and funders of the project. The Department has not transferred the required payment to enable Rand Water to pay the stipend to the trainees. Rand Water has been bridge funding the project and the payment of stipends for some months. Rand Water has been engaging the DWS for the past three weeks regarding the April 2018 stipend payments.
INVITATION TO BID FOR FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT PROGRAMME
Rand Water is an organ of the state, established in terms of section 84 of the Water Services Act 108 of 1997. As a state organ, Rand Water is further governed by other legislative frameworks as determined and enacted by the South African Government. Rand Water shares the same economic transformation aspirations of the Government of the Republic of South Africa in terms of implementing initiatives that have a socio-economic development impact.
Rand Water invites Emerging Micro Enterprises (EME’s) and Qualifying Small Enterprises (QSE’s) to respond to the expression of interest in order to be considered for the FRAMEWORK AGREEMENTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS AND REFURBISHMENT SERVICES AND THE SUPPLY OF OPERATIONAL STOCK, TOOLS AND GENERAL SUPPLIES FOR ALL RAND WATER OPERATIONS FOR THE PERIOD OF THREE YEARS. Refer to the links below.
CLOSING DATE: 06/08/2018