* No heritage screeners are acceptable.
* Heritage Impact Assessments/studies older than 5 years will NOT be accepted by the APM Committee.

* No heritage screeners are acceptable.
* Heritage Impact Assessments / studies older than 5 years will NOT be accepted by the APM Committee.

  • Tenders

  • Focusing on untapped heritage in the province

  • Conserving our Eastern Cape Heritage sites

  • Focusing on untapped heritage in the province

(+27) 43 492 1940/1/2

Tenders: Eastern Cape Provincial Heritage Resources Authority

ECPHRA is a statutory body established in terms of the National Heritage Resources Act (No. 25 of
1999) responsible for the management, protection, and promotion of the provincial cultural resources.
The offices are located in Eastern Cape on 16 Commissioner Street, Old Elco Building, 2nd Floor,
East London.

Tender: Ground Penetrating Radar

Closing Date: 07 June 2024 at 15H00

Purpose

The Eastern Cape Provincial Heritage Resources Authority (ECPHRA) hereby invites suitable and experienced service providers to submit quotations for the services of Ground Penetrating Radar for the purpose of scanning the gravesite and detecting disturbance or human remains.

PROJECT HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

The Eastern Cape Provincial Heritage Resources Authority (ECPHRA) is an entity that was established in terms of the National Heritage Resources Act (NHRA) Act No. 25 of 1999. ECPHRA is responsible for the management of heritage resources in the province. As a responsible heritage authority, its mandate includes but not limited to identification, documentation, and assessment of heritage resources, developing policies and conservation plans, and maintaining essential national standards for the management of heritage resources.

 Tender documents:

Please download the bidding information and application forms.

 

RQF001_06_24 GROUND PENETRATING RADAR
DECLARATION OF INTEREST

Tender: Business Development Options

Closing Date: 22 September 2023 at 16H00

Purpose

ECPHRA (Eastern Cape Provincial Heritage Resources Authority) hereby invites suitably qualified and experienced professional service providers to conduct a “Business DevelopmentOptions” study for the establishment of a sustainable Fossil Site (s)/Park in Sterkspruit, Eastern Cape.

PROJECT HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

The heritage resources of the Sterkspruit region can be divided into two main categories: archaeological and palaeontological resources. Heritage resources in these categories are intertwined with the geological and ecological history of the area which represent our shared history on Earth going back to some 220 million years until the present. This gives the Sterkspruit region its unique character and marks it as a key heritage resource in South Africa and the world at large. Most significantly, is the recent discovery of a “dinosaur graveyard” by local shepherd, Dumangwe Thyobeka, which resulted in further research being conducted by scientists in this area. The fossils of dinosaurs and other extinct animals enable the linking of geology, ecology, and cultural history in theSterkspruit region.

For any tender enquiries please contact:

Name: Ayanda Mncwabe-Mama
Email: Ayanda.mncwabe-mama@ecsrac.gov.za
Tel: (043) 492 1370

Name: Lungiswa Mzazi
Email: lungiswam@ecphra.org.za
Tel: (043) 492 1942 / 081 434 3544


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