Development Bank of Southern Africa

Development Bank of Southern Africa

General
Contacts85
Tenders1583
Grants1
Jobs0
Contractors553
Pricing strategy0
Last update: May 25, 2023 Last update: May 25, 2023
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Details

Office:South Africa
Address:Headway Hill 1258 Lever Road Midrand
Contact person:Enoch Godongwana, Chairman
Sectors:Energy, Information & Communication Tech ... See moreEnergy, Information & Communication Technology, Transport, Water & Sanitation
Nr. of employees:501-1000
Types:Financial InstitutionFinancial Institution
Status: Active

Description

DBSA - Development Bank of Southern Africa - is a Development Finance Institution wholly owned by the government of South Africa and focuses on large infrastructure projects within the public and private sector.

The main objectives are the promotion of economic development and growth, human resource development, institutional capacity building, and the support of development projects in the region. The DBSA has prioritised water, energy, transport and ICT as its key focus areas.

 

Country eligibility

South Africa
South Africa

Circumstantial eligible countries

No information available

Tender Management Modes

Financing agencies
  • KFW

  • SADC

  • GCF

  • AFD

  • Other agencies

Top Implementing Agencies
  • Department of Mineral Resources (South Africa)

  • United Nations Development Programme (Zambia)

  • ICEE - International Consulting Economists & Engineers GmbH

  • World Bank HQ

  • Other agencies

Co-Funding
  • KFW

  • SADC

  • GEF

  • WB

  • Other agencies

Direct vs. Indirect Management
  • Contracting Authorities

  • DBSA

Grant Management Modes

No information available
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