Penwell Dlamini | 2016-12-09 12:25:36.0 - c/o Times Live. Speaking at a business dialogue hosted by the African Entrepreneurs Council in Sandton‚ Brown said government spent R600-billion annually on procurement.
Of this‚ 80% is for tenders worth less than R100-million‚ which provides opportunities for small and... Read More
Government revealed plans to implement a user-friendly state procurement system that won’t hinder entrepreneurial growth.
The government may in future dock the salaries of state accounting officers found to have failed to pay service suppliers within the stipulated 30 days. Also, the government is investigating the possible... Read More
Kenneth Brown. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES
Most entrepreneurs are intimidated by the government’s R600bn annual procurement budget, but you don’t need to be a tycoon or a big industrialist to do business with the state, says the Treasury’s chief procurement officer, Kenneth Brown.
The state’s procurement budget is... Read More