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SUPPLY OF AIR CONDITION SERVICING AND REPAIR SERVICES
FOR NALIS BRANCH FACILITIES
1. NALIS invites tenders for the supply of Air Condition Servicing and Repair Services for NALIS' Branch Facilities.
2. Tender documents can be collected from the Financial Accountant, Finance Division, 4th Floor, NALIS Building, between the hours of 8:30am -- 3:30pm Monday to
Friday from Friday August 15, 2014 to Thursday August 21, 2014.
3. Any further information/ clari cation can be obtained from the o ce of the Facilities Manager, 3rd Floor NALIS Building, Hart and Abercromby Streets, Port of Spain
or call 624 - 4466; 624 -- 5075. An email can also be sent to any of the following addresses:
4. The deadline for information/clari cation is Thursday August 28, 2014 at 4.00 p.m.
5. Suppliers submitting tenders who are registered for the purpose of Value Added Tax must, where applicable provide:
i. Valid Income Tax Certi cate; and
ii. Valid VAT Clearance Certi cate;
Both Income Tax Certi cate & VAT Clearance Certi cates shall not be dated no more than six (6) months prior to the date xed to the close of the Tender.
6. Tenders must be submitted with the following :
i. A Company Pro le
ii. Certi cate of Registration/Incorporation/Continuance
iii. Experience record
iv. Audited Financial Statements for the last three (3) years
v. Financial reference and their contact number
vi. Documentary evidence that the Bidder is eligible to Tender and is quali ed to perform the Contract in accordance with the general conditions if its Tender
vii. Three (3) recent Referneces of Completed Similar Services;
viii. Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy. (re: OSHA)
ix. NIS Compliance Certi cate
7. Tenders must be enclosed in the sealed envelopes and deposited in the Tenders Box in the Procurement Unit on the 4th Floor, National Library, Hart &
Abercromby Streets, Port of Spain no later than 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday September 3, 2014. The envelopes must be addressed to the Executive Director
and marked National Library Air Condition Servicing and Repair Services for NALIS' Branch Facilities.
N.B: (Six (6) copies of the Tender documents must be submitted. Please put copies in separately sealed envelopes. (That is six (6) envelopes).
8. The Board does not bind itself to accept any tender.
9. Late Tenders will not be considered in any circumstance.
10. The public opening of tenders will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday September 3, 2014 on the 4th Floor of the National Library Building, Cor. Hart
Abercromby Streets, Port of Spain. Each Tenderer or his representative may be present at the opening.
11. The deposit slot on the tender box measures 7 cm high and 36 cm wide. Please ensure that tender packages are able to t or they will not be accepted unless they
are deposited in the tender box provided.
12. Further note that:
i. Bidders shall bear all cost associated with the preparation and submission of the Proposal
ii. Foreign Bidders are expected to comply with the requirement in the RFP packages to the extent to which such requirements are applicable to them
iii. The Authority reserves the right to cancel the present Tender in its entirety or partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any rm in submitting its
13. NALIS reserves the right to reject tenders under the following conditions:
i. Tenders received unsigned or without an Income Tax / VAT Certi cate (where applicable).
ii. Tenders received in unsealed envelopes
iii. Tenders found with alterations or erasures of any kind, not initialed by the supplier
BULAWAYO---A scintillating 84 from 75
balls by opener Quinton de Kock led South
Africa to a seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe
yesterday and a 3-0 whitewash in the one-
day international series.
Spurred on by De Kock, South Africa need-
ed just 27.2 overs to reach 171-3 and easily
chase down Zimbabwe s 165 all out at Queens
De Kock plundered seven fours and two
sixes and appeared to be racing to a sixth
century of his young career when he smashed
a catch straight to Sean Williams near the
mid-wicket boundary with South Africa only
22 short of the target.
JP Duminy finished the game with a six
to end 28 not out as the Proteas cruised to
a fourth success in Zimbabwe after also win-
ning the one-off test. Stand-in captain Faf
du Plessis made 40.
"I m enjoying every moment of it," De
Kock said of his rich vein of form. He was
named man of the series.
South Africa rested a string of top players
through the series in Bulawayo and was still
a class above the Zimbabweans.
Front-line fast bowlers Dale Steyn, Vernon
Philander and Morne Morkel sat out the
entire ODI series ahead of a triangular tour-
nament also involving Australia. Regular ODI
skipper AB de Villiers and Hashim Amla
were rested for the final game. Without them,
South Africa still retained its record of winning
every ODI series it has contested against
The second-string pace attack of Marchant
de Lange, Kyle Abbott and Wayne Parnell
was easily good enough on Thursday.
Abbott removed Zimbabwe opener Hamil-
tralia cricket team
arrived for its first tour
of Zimbabwe in a decade
yesterday, promising to
play hard and shrugging
off questions over the
Australia avoided play-
ing in the troubled south-
ern African country for
10 years from 2004
because of the rule of
Robert Mugabe and his
ZANU-PF party, which
has been criticised by human rights organisations.
Australia allrounder Mitchell Marsh, whose father
Geoff once coached Zimbabwe, was asked at Harare
International Airport on Thursday if it was right to
come to Zimbabwe now. Marsh replied: "I m not the
right person to ask."
Australia s government directed its cricket team
in the mid-2000s not to tour Zimbabwe because of
Mugabe, describing him as a dictator.
But although it hasn t played an international game
in Zimbabwe for ten years, Australia has sent a sec-
ond-string "A team here recently.
"A couple of guys have been here over the last two
years (with Australia A) and we obviously love being
back here," Marsh said. "So we are ready to have a
good few weeks."
Australia will play in a triangular ODI series against
Zimbabwe and South Africa, the first of a string of
limited-overs contests for the Aussies as they count
down to co-hosting the World Cup with New Zealand
early next year.
"We come here with an attitude that it doesn t
matter who we are playing. We bring a good attitude.
We play hard cricket. We play to win every game,"
Top-ranked Australia is without top-order batsmen
David Warner, Shane Watson and Shaun Marsh. The
tournament begins on Monday at Harare Sports Club
with Australia vs Zimbabwe.
Australian cricket player
for first Zimbabwe
tour in 10 years
ton Masakadza in the first
over, De Lange (3-31) took
a wicket off the first ball
of the second over, and
the Zimbabweans never
recovered from being 4-
2. At 119-9 the home
team was destined for a
much lower total until
some late hitting by cap-
tain Elton Chigumbura in
a last-wicket partnership
of 46 with Tinashe
Panyangara. Chigumbura made 90 with ten fours and
two sixes and launched some big shots before he had
his off stump knocked back by De Lange trying another
heave to the leg side.
Facing the modest total, De Kock looked likely to
take South Africa charging to victory. He advanced
down the track to stroke fast bowler Panyangara over
mid-off for six in his best shot. But he hit the next
delivery low and hard to Williams to get out.
It made no difference, with Duminy and David
Miller (13 not out) seeing South Africa to a comfortable
South Africa, Zimbabwe and Australia will now
contest a triangular series in Harare starting next week.
De Kock guides South Africa to whitewash
South Africa 171-3
in 27.2 overs (Quinton
de Kock 84, Faf du
Plessis 40; Sean
Williams 1-1) beat
Zimbabwe 165 in 39.5
Marchant de Lange 3-
31) by seven wickets.
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