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Welcome to SASRA

The Sacco Societies Regulatory Authority (SASRA) is a statutory state corporation established under the Sacco Societies Act (Cap 490B) of the Laws of Kenya (the Act) which came into full operation upon the gazettement of the Sacco Societies (Deposit-taking Sacco Business) Regulations, 2010 (the Regulations 2010) on 18th June 2010.

The principal mandate of the Authority under the Act as read with the aforesaid Regulations, 2010  has been to license Sacco Societies to undertake deposit-taking Sacco business in Kenya (popularly known as Front Office Service Activity or FOSA), and to supervise and regulate such Sacco Societies in Kenya among other things.
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+254 (20) 2935101
 
Britam Centre, First Floor,
Junction of Mara & Ragati Road,
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ADDENDUM NOTICE

 

The Sacco Societies Regulatory Authority (SASRA) is a state corporation established under the Sacco Societies Act 2008 (Cap 490B) of the Laws of Kenya to regulate and supervise.  The Sacco Societies Regulatory Authority would like to share omitted information on the Terms Of Reference (TOR);

The value of Motor Vehicle Insurance Cover on tender no SASRA/03/2015-2016 has been uploaded on the Tender document and also the tender no SASRA/01/2015-2016 for Provision of Workmen Injury Benefits Act (WIBA) with regards to salaries of every officer/staff or their grades. 

 

 

i.        Provision of Workman Injury Benefits Act (WIBA) – Tender No. SASRA/01/2015-2016

The average salaries of all staff is Kshs 150,686,724

ii. Provision of Motor Vehicle Insurance Cover - Tender No. SASRA/03/2015-2016.

 

S/No

Reg/No

Make

Body

Rating

Year

Value to be Insured

Fuel

Passagers

1

KBL 233G

VW Passat

Saloon

1800

2009

3,995,000

Petrol

5

2

KBR 395U

Suzuki

S.Wagon

2400

2008

3,995,000

Petrol

5

3

KBR 394U

Suzuki

S.Wagon

2400

2011

3,995,000

Petrol

5

4

KBN 699E

Toyota

Saloon

1798

2011

2,705,625

Petrol

5

5

KBN 997E

Toyota

Saloon

1798

2011

2,705,625

Petrol

5

6

KBL 262G

Toyota

Saloon

1798

2010

2,616,300

Petrol

5

7

KBN 700E

Toyota

Saloon

1798

2010

2,705,625

Petrol

5

8

 KBU 354T

    Toyota

PRADO

 

2013

8,536,743

Diesel

5

                     

 

The average total of all the cars is Kshs 31,254,918

 

The date for submission of tenders does not change hence should be received on or before 29th January, 2016 at 10.00 A.M

 

 

 

 

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