Proposals For Provision Of The Elderly Life Insurance Cover

                   Tender 3 of 2022/23

The Deputy Prime Minister’s Office through its Department of Social Welfare invites Tenders for the Request for Proposals for provision of the elderly insurance cover.

Tenders must be accompanied by a receipt of a non-refundable E 300 (Three Hundred Emalangeni) which should be paid at Mbabane Revenue Office, Treasury Building in account number 062/1201/10504  


The proposal shall consist of a Technical Proposal and a Financial Proposal, which shall be in separate sealed envelopes. The two envelopes must be enclosed in a sealed outer envelope.

The Outer envelope must be marked as follows: 

The Secretary to Eswatini Government Tender Board

Treasury Building


 Further, the Envelope must be marked with the following words; “DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE, A33 SWAZI PLAZA, H101, MBABANE, ESWATINI.

Tender Number 3 of 2022/23.– Proposals for Provision of The Universal Elderly Life Insurance Cover “Do not open before Friday 6th May 2022, 09:00. hours.  Late, telegraphic, electronic and faxed tenders will not be considered. Tenderers may attend the opening procedure.

Proposals will be evaluated on a “Quality and Cost basis”, as detailed in the Request for Proposals document, and the resulting contract will be a lump sum, as specified in the document. The proposal should be deposited in the Treasury Tender box situated at the Treasury Building Mbabane before 6th May 2022 09:00 am. Late proposals will not be considered.


A compulsory Pre-Tender briefing will be held on Thursday the 21st April 2022 at the Deputy Prime Minister’s Conference Room 10:00hrs.

The documents specified in the Instructions to Tenderers including the General receipt of SZL300, original Tax Clearance Certificate, Trading License, Form J, Form C, Labor Compliance Certificate, ENPF Compliance Certificate, police clearance certificate for all Directors, certificate of incorporation, and a Tender Security form of SZL 50, 000.00 (signed by financial institution) must be enclosed in the tender envelope.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. The tender invite can be accessed on government site https://www.gov.sz/Tenders/DeputyPrimeMinisterOffice Hard copy can be collected from office Number 13 at the Deputy Prime Ministers’ Office. For further information please contact in writing:  Ms Sindisiwe  Dube P.O.Box A33 Swazi Plaza, Mbabane, Swaziland H100, Telephone: +268 2404044351, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Ms Sibusiso Gule email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Deputy Prime Minister  Speeches





28 MARCH 2020

Following the adoption of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Regulations 2020 under Section 43 of the National Disaster Management Act 1 of 2006, Government hereby sets the price for hand sanitisers to an amount not exceeding E150 per litre.


This is in terms of Section 18 sub-section 1 of the COVID-19 Regulations 2020 under Price Control; which states that ‘A firm shall not effect a price increase to the detriment of consumers.’ Therefore, any supplier found to be in contravention of these Regulations is liable to a fine as stipulated in the above mentioned Regulations.

The public will be advised on which outlets will be selling the hand sanitisers on Monday the 30th March 2020. All government institutions, including ministries, departments and security forces will get their supplies from the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) and are, therefore, encouraged to formally submit their requests, beginning from Monday 30 March 2020, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 24042777. The public and all sectors of the economy are encouraged to use sanitizers as one of the hygiene measures to stop the spread of COVID-19.


May we appeal to the public to follow and abide by the measures that have been put in place for the partial lockdown which came into effect on Friday 27 March 2020. Irresponsible behavior by anyone will derail all efforts of containing the spread of the virus.


Themba N. Masuku (Senator)

Deputy Prime Minister


The Deputy Prime Minister’s Office exists to set up and oversee a national policy and institutional environment that support effective delivery of government services through a well coordinated system with a special emphasis on a comprehensive social welfare system; gender mainstreaming; children issues as well as pro active disaster preparedness within the development discourse.


  • Administration
  • Disaster Management
  • Social Welfare
  • Gender and Family Issues
  • Coordinating Children’s Policies


  • To provide administrative support to the Deputy Prime Minister
  • To manage, organize, and execute the day-to-day operations of the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office.
  • Responsible for the general administration of the entire Deputy Prime Minister’s office including human resources management, accounts, registry and transport facilities.
  • Manage the procurement process of the DPMO
  • Produce monthly reports on expenditure patterns


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