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SIPARIA REGIONAL CORPORATION
Tenders are invited for the Provision of Security Services for the Siparia Regional
Corporation under the Chief Executive Officer's Award.
Tender documents can be obtained during normal working hours from 8:00 am to 12:00
noon and 1:00 pm to 4:15 pm at the Tenders Department, Siparia Regional Corporation,
High Street, Siparia with effect from o Monday 28th September, 2015 to Wednesday 30th
September, 2015. Any further information can be obtained from the Tenders Clerk at the
Siparia Regional Corporation, Telephone Number 649-2348/9 ext. 239
Tenders must be accompanied by the following:
1. Valid Income Tax and Value added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board
of Inland Revenue dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of
2. Valid certificate of compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
Original tenders must be placed in envelopes sealed and addressed to The Chief
Executive Officer, Siparia Regional Corporation and clearly marked on the outside:-
"Provision of Security Services."
Envelopes must be deposited in the White Tenders Box located at the CEO'S Office,
Siparia Regional Corporation not later than 10.00 a.m Thursday 01st October, 2015.
Tenders will be opened shortly thereafter. The tenderer or his authorized representative
may be present at the opening.
Late tenders will not be considered in any circumstances.
The Committee reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or even par-
tially, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tenders.
Chief Executive Officer
Siparia Regional Corporation
HARARE---Spinner Imad Wasim rescued
Pakistan from an unconvincing batting
display as his 4-11 set up a 13-run win
over Zimbabwe on Sunday in the first of
two Twenty20 internationals.
Wasim s career-best figures in interna-
tionals ensured Pakistan s 136-8 was enough
to win the tour opener at Harare Sports
Club. The slow left-arm bowler was instru-
mental as Zimbabwe only managed 123-9
in its 20 overs.
Shoaib Malik made 35 and wicketkeep-
er-batsman Mohammad Rizwan 33 for Pak-
istan after captain Shahid Afridi chose to
The decision by Afridi almost backfired,
with Pakistan only just hanging on to main-
tain its record of never having lost a T20
game to Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe skipper Elton Chigumbura led
the chase with 31, but his run out first ball
of the last over ended the hopes of the
home team, which had lost wickets regularly
in its pursuit of Pakistan s mediocre total.
Batting first, both Pakistan openers depart-
ed inside four overs. Umar Akmal only
made 14 and Afridi --- batting down at No
8 --- also failed with just two off three balls.
Malik hit two fours and a six to boost
Pakistan s total, but it still didn t appear
to be enough.
Wasim was the decisive factor in Pak-
istan s bowling and fielding effort, though.
He removed four of Zimbabwe s top five
batsmen and played a role in another two
run outs to see the home team slump to
90-7. With Chigumbura at the crease, and
needing 16 off the last over, Zimbabwe had
an outside chance of another surprise win
following recent limited-overs victories
over India and New Zealand. But the skipper
called for a quick single from the non-
striker s end when the ball went through
to the wicketkeeper and ended up running
himself out after a direct hit from wick-
The second T20 is tomorros. The teams
also play a three-game ODI series.
Wasim puts Zimbabwe in a spin
BRISBANE---Cricket Australia has delayed the
departure of its test team for a two-match tour of
Bangladesh over security concerns, but hopes the
tour will proceed.
Chief executive James Sutherland said in a state-
ment that recent advice from a range of Australian
government sources had identified a potential security
risk to Australian interests in Bangladesh.
Yesterday, Sutherland said CA s head of security
was en route to Bangladesh and will provide an update
in the next couple of days, but Sutherland doesn t,
at this stage, think the tour will be abandoned.
"Our position is that we want the tour to go ahead
as planned," Sutherland said Sunday. "This has obvi-
ously come very suddenly and we needed to make
this response. Our preferred position is to continue
the tour, but the safety and security of our players
and staff is the absolute priority."
The team was due to depart Sydney on Monday
morning but will now wait for further security advice
before confirming its travel arrangements for the
"We have received advice from DFAT (Australia s
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) and based
on that information we are working with security
experts and the Bangladesh Cricket Board on a revised
security plan for the tour," Sutherland said in the
"We will wait to receive updated security infor-
mation early in the week before confirming the team s
travel arrangements. In the meantime, we are keeping
our players and support staff fully informed."
In updated general travel advice for Bangladesh,
Australia s foreign affairs department has warned of
"We advise you to exercise a high degree of caution
in Bangladesh due to the uncertain political and secu-
rity situation," the warning said. "Pay close attention
to your personal security at all times. Monitor the
media and other sources about possible security risks.
There is reliable information to suggest that militants
may be planning to target Australian interests in
"Australian officials in Bangladesh have been advised
to limit their movements in public places."
The first test was due to begin Oct. 9 at Chittagong,
with the second test set to be played from Oct. 17
A three-day tour match was scheduled to begin
next Saturday in Fatullah, a match that could now
be in doubt.
Sutherland said a clearer picture should emerge
once CA s security chief Sean Carroll arrived in the
"We haven t thought about any end dates," Suther-
land said Sunday. "The response at this stage is very
much to get our head of security on the ground ...
meetings will commence on Monday; we ll have a
much better understanding there. It s just one step
at a time at the moment."
Australia delays trip
to Bangladesh over
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