5th Floor, 61 Katherine Street, Dennehof, Sandton, 2196
P O Box 294, Auckland Park, 2006, South Africa
Tel: +27 11 544 6000 | Fax: +27 11 484 2754
Request for Proposals:
None available at the moment
Request for Proposals for The Resource Mobilisation Fund (RMF)
The Resource Mobilisation Fund (RMF) was established following a request from the President for the business sector to help capacitate the Presidency’s National Energy Crisis Committee (NECOM). NECOM aims to reduce the severity and frequency of load shedding in the short term and achieve a secure and sustainable supply of energy for South Africa in the long term.
This request followed the President’s announcement of an Energy Action Plan in July 2022, and resulted in various individuals and organisations from the private sector establishing the RMF as a mechanism for corporate South Africa to support the implementation of the President’s Energy Action Plan.
The RMF was set up to source private sector funding to procure and then donate capacity into government, and specifically NECOM, on an expedited basis.
Donated expertise to NECOM will include a Project Management Office, together with specialist legal, energy modelling, and engineering expertise over a one-to-two-year period.
In line with its constitution, the RMF Board will execute its objectives in a fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective manner, ensuring that integrity is always maintained and that the activities of the RMF are conducted with the highest standards of corporate governance and ethics.
Requests for Proposals:
- Request for proposals for Energy Policy Support to the National Energy Crisis Committee
- Request for proposals for Project Management and Delivery Support to the National Energy Crisis Committee
- Request for proposals for the Design and Implementation of a National Campaign to Promote Energy Efficiency in support of the National Energy Crisis Committee
- Request for proposals for the Energy Modelling support to the National Energy Crisis Committee
- Request for proposals for Legal Support to the National Energy Crisis Committee
Project Manager – Economic Inclusion
This role will primarily support the implementation of the Installation, Repair and Maintenance (IRM) Initiative’s focus on the youth employability programme. It will require working within the nexus of skills development and training activities, coordinating across a range of key partners and stakeholders including Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and facilitators, work readiness trainers, learners, among others.
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CLOSING DATE | 10 March 2023