Service provider for construction services

G417/2022 Request for bids for the appointment of a contractor for the construction of a new lapa and the refurbishments of existing gate house and existing ablutions (only on areas where specified), external areas (where defined) and the inspection and works to existing and new services (water, sewer and stormwate...

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Closed on: 18 March 2022

Service provider to perform fair valuation of living resources (zoological animals)

Reference number: Q7881/2021 The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) requires a service provider to perform fair valuation of SANBI’s living resources (zoological animals) to ensure compliance to the requirements Of GRAP 110. Submission of proposals Proposals must be emailed to S.SCM-Quota...

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Closed on: 15 February 2022

Contractor for various infrastructure projects and installation of biosecurity measures

NZG412/2022 Appointment of a contractor for the construction of various infrastructure projects, including installation of biosecurity measures and renovations to animal enclosures, for the South African National Biodiversity Institute at the National Zoological Garden in Pretoria. Important document Invitati...

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Closed on: 18 February 2022

Service provider for paving replacement

NZG397/2021 Request for bids for the appointment of a contractor for the replacement of existing paving at the Boom Street Parking Area at the National Zoological Garden. Important document Invitation to bid Application process Download the relevant documents listed on this page to learn about the appli...

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Closed on: 22 September 2021

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

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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.