Service provider for restaurant renovations

Q10257/2024 The appointment of a service provider for renovations at flamingo restaurant at the National Zoological Garden in Pretoria. Consent form Bid document Compulsory Briefing Session: Date: 07 February 2024Time: 11:30 am – 13H30 pmVenue: National Zoological Garden, Service Gate, 232 Boom Street,...

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Closed on: 15 February 2024

Service provider for waterhole building renovations

Q10254/2023 Appointment of a service provider for renovations at the waterhole building at the National Zoological Garden in Pretoria. Consent form Bid document Compulsory Briefing Session: Date: 07 February 2024Time: 09:00 – 14:00 Application process Download the relevant documents listed on ...

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Closed on: 15 February 2024

Service provider to replace thatch roof with Harvey tiles

Bid document Q10253/2023 The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) require a service provider for the replacement of thatch roofs with Harvey tiles at the National Zoological Garden in Pretoria. Consent form Compulsory Briefing Session: Date: 07 February 2024Time: 09:00 am – 11:00Ven...

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Closed on: 15 February 2024

Service provider for mural painting

Q9844/2023 Bid document The South African National Biodiversity Institute requires  a professional service provider to do a mural painting of animals on the wall by Boom Street at the National Zoological Garden. Compulsory Briefing Session: Thursday, 02 November 2023 at 12:00 Submission of prop...

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Closed on: 10 December 2023

Service providers for grass and straw feed

NZG484/2023 The appointment of two (2) service providers to supply and deliver grass feed and straw, as and when required, at the National Zoological Garden for three (3) years. Bid document Special conditions of a contract Bid opening Compulsory briefing: 25 October at 10:00, Staff Centre, Ser...

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Closed on: 14 November 2023

DID YOU KNOW?

Vulture

Did you know vultures feed on carrion (dead carcasses) and do not kill their own prey? Their feet are weak and better suited to walking on the ground than to picking up prey