Service provider for skip waste removal services

Q7187/2021  The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) requires a service provider to render a skip waste removal services at National Zoological Garden for period of three (3) years. Important document Invitation to bid Submission of proposals Proposals must be emailed to S.SCM-Quot...

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Closed on: 19 March 2021

Service provider to supply and install tiles

Q6998-2020 The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) requires a professional service provider to supply and installation of luxury vinyl tiles at National Zoological Garden. Important document Invitation to bidLayout sketch Submission of proposals Proposals must be emailed to S.SCM-Quota...

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Closed on: 27 November 2020

Service provider to install viewing glass panes

Q6999/2020 The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) requires a professional contractor to design, supply and installation of viewing glass panes at the Pretoria National Zoological Garden. Important document Invitation to bid Submission of proposals Proposals must be emailed to S.SCM-Qu...

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Closed on: 27 November 2020

Contractor for new aquarium control system

SANBI: NZG375/2020 Request for bids for the appointment of a contractor to design, supply, install and commission a new aquarium control system for the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) at the National Zoological Garden in Pretoria Important documents Terms of referenceOHS management syste...

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Closed on: 23 October 2020

Service provider for the removal, design and installation of new signage

Q6801/2020 Appointment of a service provider for the removal of old signage, design and installation of innovate new signage at the National Zoological Garden. Compulsory site briefing: This is compulsory and will be conducted at the venue, time and date given below: Date: 25 March 2020 Time: 13:00 Venue: ...

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Closed on: 31 March 2020

DID YOU KNOW?

Elephant seal

Elephant Seals can hold their breath for up TWO HOURS! But how? Well, seals have more blood in their bodies than any other animal and, since oxygen is stored and carried around the body in blood, it allows them to hold their breath for an extra long time.