Invitation for bids


Title purchase: Netball Association of Malawi (Nam)

Type of purchase: Non-runner

Issue date: November 11, 2018


Malawians now invite sealed bids from eligible bidders for the purchase of the above mentioned item.

The item has outlived its relevance to the Malawi nation. It has frustrated its affiliates and Malawi netball Queens’ players. It can afford to release a call-up without names of a coaching panel.

Description of sold item


The association has no reasonable sound infrastructure.

It has one desk at its office located at Malawi National Council of Sports headquarters in Blantyre.

The office has one old type writer

Three big ball pens (two black and one red).

Two sets of tattered curtains

The bidder has options, to bid for an individual or both lots.

Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding Procedure.

Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and inspect the Bidding Documents at the address given below.

Qualification Requirement includes:

Patience and ready to work with an organisation with questionable work-ethic.

Be bold enough to work with an organisation that has plunged into total chaos and needs a complete overhaul.

Be ready to get contaminated with maladministration from an organisation which has lost its purity and is on auto-pilot.

Financial capability—proof of availability of funds, at least, one and half times the bid amount.

Priority will be given to bidders from either Somalia or Afghanistan or any other war- torn country where netball has never existed.

A complete set of bidding documents in Chichewa language may be purchased by interested bidders upon submission of a written application to the address below.

Bids must be deposited in the tender box at Malawi National Council of Sports bar.

Address for the Purchase, Clarification and Inspection of Bid Document.

C/O Sports Perspective


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