The Department of Community Safety invites non-profit organisations (NPOs) to submit business plans to administer the Department’s EPWP internship programme (or part thereof) | Western Cape Government

22Covid-19 Alerts

COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Dashboard

View Vaccine information

Other COVID-19 Information and Dashboard

View COVID-19 information

TB Information and Dashboard

View TB information

The Department of Community Safety invites non-profit organisations (NPOs) to submit business plans to administer the Department’s EPWP internship programme (or part thereof)

2020
(Western Cape Government)

The Department of Community Safety invites suitably qualified and registered Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) to submit business plans to assist the Department of Community Safety in executing its Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP).

Organisations with the following criteria are invited to submit business plans that indicates clearly their ability, capacity and staffing arrangements to meet the requirements in 3 a, b and c below:

  1. Must be an accredited and registered Non-profit Organisation;
  2. Must have sound financial and human resource administration processes and systems in place; and
  3. Must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in one or more of the following areas:


a. Managing large numbers of EPWP appointments, administering contracts, timesheets and stipend payments;

b. Training and professional development in accredited entry-level courses; and

c. Personal mastery, resilience and interpersonal skills

Qualifying organisations are invited to submit a detailed Business Plan no later than 15:00 on Friday, 9 October 2020 to safer@westerncape.gov.za. Please submit any enquiries to  Ms Kim Smith at Kim.Smith@westerncape.gov.za.

NO LATE APPLICATIONS AND DOCUMENTATION WILL BE CONSIDERED.

A copy of the valid NPO certificate and a copy of the latest audit report from a firm of recognised auditors to be attached to the application.

The Department of Community Safety reserves the right to appoint more than one NGO to focus on different aspects of the project.

Should no suitable NGO be found, the Department of Community Safety reserves the right not to appoint an NGO at this time.  

The content on this page was last updated on 19 October 2020