Would you like to do business with Wesgro? Great! We’d love to see how we can work together. It’s important for suppliers to understand the requirements we need to enforce by law.
Firstly, all suppliers who plan to do business with Wesgro need to be loaded onto the Wesgro Supplier Database. This includes submitting a bank statement/cancelled cheque or completing the Wesgro bank form; completing a declaration form (WCBD4); and supplying valid tax-clearance and BEE certificates to the finance SCM Unit.
All acquisitions over R2 000 need to comply with the requirements set out in the Wesgro and national procurement policy guidelines. This includes a valid tax-clearance certificate and a fully completed and signed–off declaration-of-interest form (WCBD4). The declaration-of-interest form needs to be signed and dated by a commissioner of oaths. Both these forms are only valid for 12 months and require annual renewal. The tax-clearance certificate and the declaration-of-interest form must be valid for the period when the procurement process has commenced. A BEE certificate is required only when points are claimed.
Any supplier intending to do business with Wesgro must ensure that they are registered on the Western Cape Supplier Evidence Bank.
It is important that all suppliers doing business with Wesgro submit their valid tax-clearance and WCBD4 form to Wesgro, along with their certificate of successful registration on the central supplier database. Please submit by hand to Wesgro at 18th floor, South African Reserve Bank Building, 60 St George’s Mall, Cape Town CBD, for attention Gysbert Verwey (email@example.com).