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                     Municipality Name:           WC025 Breede Valley


                                 CFO Name:         D McThomas

                                           Tel:    023 348 4995                Fax:    023 348 4997

                                      E-Mail:      dmcthomas@bvm.gov.za

                        Reporting period:         M01 July


                                      MTREF:      2011                        Budget Year:   2011/12
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Organisational structure votes (if required)   Organisational structure sub-votes (if required)
Vote 1 - Council General                       Council General
Vote 2 - Municipal Manager                       Admin
Vote 3 - Corporate Services                      Mayoral Office
Vote 4 - Financial Services
Vote 5 - Community Services
Vote 6 - Operational Services
Vote 7 - Example 7
Vote 8 - Example 8
Vote 9 - Example 9
Vote 10 - Example 10
Vote 11 - Example 11
Vote 12 - Example 12                           Municipal Manager
Vote 13 - Example 13                             Admin
Vote 14 - Example 14                             Internal Audit
Vote 15 - Example 15                             IDP
                                                 Community Safety
                                                 Ombudsman
                                                 Performance Management & Community
                                                 Area Managers




                                               Corporate Services
                                                 Admin
                                                 Civic Buildings
                                                 Housing




                                               Financial Services
                                                  Admin
                                                  Revenue
                                                  Expenditure
                                                  Financial Planning
                                                  Supply Chain Management




                                               Community Services
                                                 Admin
                                                 Health
                                                 Traffic
                                                 Fire Protection
                                                 Libraries




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                                                 Cemetaries
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WC025 Breede Valley - Contact Information

A. GENERAL INFORMATION
Municipality              WC025 Breede Valley                 Set name on 'Instructions' sheet

Grade                     4                                   1 Grade in terms of the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers Act.


Province                  WC WESTERN CAPE

Web Address               www.bvm.gov.za

e-mail Address            bvm.gov.za

B. CONTACT INFORMATION
Postal address:
P.O. Box                  Private Bag X3046
City / Town               Worcester
Postal Code               6849

Street address
Building                  Civic Building
Street No. & Name         Corner of Baring- and High Street
City / Town               Worcester
Postal Code               6850

General Contacts
Telephone number          023 348 2600
Fax number                023 347 2599

C. POLITICAL LEADERSHIP
Speaker:                                                      Secretary/PA to the Speaker:
Name                      A Steyn                             Name                   E van der Westhuizen
Telephone number          023 348 2846                        Telephone number       023 348 2846
Cell number               072 404 6248                        Cell number            079 210 9640
Fax number                023 348 2852                        Fax number             023 348 2852
E-mail address            asteyn@bvm.gov.za                   E-mail address         evdwesthuizen@bvm.gov.za

Mayor/Executive Mayor:                                        Secretary/PA to the Mayor/Executive Mayor:
Name                   BD Kivedo                              Name                   E Pekeur
Telephone number       023 348 2842                           Telephone number       023 348 2842
Cell number            082 442 4412                           Cell number            076 272 7880
Fax number             023 348 2852                           Fax number             023 348 2852/ 086 512 1041
E-mail address         em@bvm.gov.za                          E-mail address         epekeur@bvm.gov.za

Deputy Mayor/Executive Mayor:                                 Secretary/PA to the Deputy Mayor/Executive Mayor:
Name                  JD Levendal                             Name                   R Robinson
Telephone number      023 348 2844                            Telephone number       023 348 2844
Cell number           072 180 7812                            Cell number            071 980 0242
Fax number            023 348 2852                            Fax number             023 348 2852
E-mail address        jlevendal@bvm.gov.za                    E-mail address         rrobinson@bvm.gov.za

D. MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP
Municipal Manager:                                            Secretary/PA to the Municipal Manager:
Name                      AA Paulse                           Name                   M Mdabuli
Telephone number          023 348 2800                        Telephone number       023 348 2602
Cell number               084 449 2800                        Cell number            084 448 2850
Fax number                023 348 3852                        Fax number             023 348 3852
E-mail address            apaulse@bvm.gov.za                  E-mail address         mmdabuli@bvm.gov.za

Chief Financial Officer                                       Secretary/PA to the Chief Financial Officer
Name                      D McThomas                          Name                    H Kamfer
Telephone number          023 348 4995                        Telephone number        023 348 4994
Cell number               083 778 9480                        Cell number             082 694 8146
Fax number                023 348 4997                        Fax number              023 348 4997
E-mail address            dmcthomas@bvm.gov.za                E-mail address          hkamfer@bvm.gov.za
Official responsible for submitting financial information
Name                     S Roets
Telephone number         023 348 4992
Cell number              083 656 4436
Fax number               023 348 4997
E-mail address           sroets@bvm.gov.za
Official responsible for submitting financial information
Name                     M Memani
Telephone number         023 348 4996
Cell number              082 716 8777
Fax number               023 348 4997
E-mail address           mlelo@bvm.gov.za
Official responsible for submitting financial information
Name                     G Haas
Telephone number         023 348 4975
Cell number              079 210 9652
Fax number               023 348 4997
E-mail address           ghaas@bvm.gov.za
WC025 Breede Valley - Table C1 Monthly Budget Statement Summary - M01 July
                                                  2010/11                                                         Budget Year 2011/12
                        Description              Audited         Original       Adjusted        Monthly                               YearTD             YTD           YTD        Full Year
                                                                                                                  YearTD actual
                                                 Outcome         Budget          Budget          actual                               budget           variance      variance     Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                             %
Financial Performance
  Property rates                                     64,369         69,267          69,267           5,848               5,848            5,772              76             1%        69,267
  Service charges                                   320,051        363,097         363,097          11,197              11,197           30,258          (19,061)        -63%        363,097
  Investment revenue                                  9,404           9,546           9,546            388                 388              796            (408)         -51%          9,546
  Transfers recognised - operational                 91,385        104,558         104,558          24,153              24,153            8,713          15,440          177%        104,558
  Other own revenue                                  30,935         34,726          34,726           1,887               1,887            2,894           (1,007)        -35%         34,726
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and      516,143        581,194         581,194          43,472              43,472           48,433           (4,961)        -10%        581,194
contributions)
  Employee costs                                    158,463        181,615         181,615          11,961              11,961           15,135           (3,173)        -21%        181,615
  Remuneration of Councillors                        10,145         11,479          11,479             917                 917              957              (39)           -4%       11,479
  Depreciation & asset impairment                    57,696         66,255          66,255                –                 –             5,521           (5,521)       -100%         66,255
  Finance charges                                    23,679         32,005          32,005                    0                 0         2,667           (2,667)       -100%         32,005
  Materials and bulk purchases                      184,260        219,584         219,584             417                 417           18,299          (17,882)        -98%        219,584
  Transfers and grants                                  166            150             150                    2                 2              13            (11)                          150
  Other expenditure                                 103,987        124,168         124,168           8,113               8,113           10,347           (2,234)        -22%        124,168
Total Expenditure                                   538,395        635,254         635,254          21,411              21,411           52,938          (31,527)        -60%        635,254
Surplus/(Deficit)                                   (22,252)        (54,060)        (54,060)        22,062              22,062           (4,505)         26,567         -590%        (54,060)
  Transfers recognised - capital                     49,543         30,567          30,567                –                 –             2,547           (2,547)       -100%         30,567
  Contributions & Contributed assets                     –               –               –              –                   –                –               –                            –
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &          27,291         (23,493)        (23,493)        22,062              22,062           (1,958)         24,019        -1227%        (23,493)
contributions
  Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                  –               –           –                 –                 –                  –             –                              –
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                      27,291         (23,493)        (23,493)        22,062              22,062           (1,958)         24,019        -1227%        (23,493)

Capital expenditure & funds sources
Capital expenditure                                 137,534        113,513         114,005           1,567               1,567           10,121           (8,554)        -85%        114,005
  Capital transfers recognised                       49,251         30,067          30,067           1,433               1,433            6,440           (5,007)        -78%         30,067
  Public contributions & donations                      291            500             500                –                 –                  –             –                             500
  Borrowing                                          58,872         75,114          75,114                –                 –             3,359           (3,359)       -100%         75,114
  Internally generated funds                         29,119           7,832           8,324            134                 134              322            (188)         -58%          8,324
Total sources of capital funds                      137,534        113,513         114,005           1,567               1,567           10,121           (8,554)        -85%        114,005

Financial position
  Total current assets                              209,048        160,394         160,394                             233,687                                                       160,394
  Total non current assets                        1,768,927       1,818,543       1,818,543                          1,792,951                                                     1,818,543
  Total current liabilities                         150,287        113,377         113,377                             147,247                                                       113,377
  Total non current liabilities                     372,076        405,926         405,926                             382,366                                                       405,926
Community wealth/Equity                           1,455,611       1,459,634       1,459,634                          1,497,025                                                     1,459,634

Cash flows
  Net cash from (used) operating                    114,193         55,484          55,484          32,346              32,346           24,388           7,958             33%       55,484
  Net cash from (used) investing                   (167,777)       (108,663)       (108,663)       (16,617)            (16,597)         (70,146)         53,549          -76%       (108,663)
  Net cash from (used) financing                     78,369         27,654          27,654                    9                 9                  5             5       100%         27,654
Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year end          35,989         10,465          10,465                –             53,039           (9,764)         62,803         -643%         11,756

                                                                                                                                                       181 Dys-1
             Debtors & creditors analysis        0-30 Days      31-60 Days      61-90 Days     91-120 Days        121-150 Dys       151-180 Dys                  Over 1Yr          Total
                                                                                                                                                          Yr
Debtors Age Analysis
Total By Revenue Source                              79,546           2,012           1,527          1,273               1,186              899           6,610 #########            110,302
Creditors Age Analysis
Total Creditors                                     111,413                 –           –                 –                 –                      0         –       #########       120,741
WC025 Breede Valley - Table C2 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (standard classification) - M01 July
                                                    2010/11                                                     Budget Year 2011/12
                        Description          Ref   Audited         Original        Adjusted      Monthly                        YearTD            YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                YearTD actual
                                                   Outcome         Budget           Budget        actual                        budget          variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                   1                                                                                                                %
Revenue - Standard
   Governance and administration                      113,000        117,788          117,788       19,154            19,154           9,816       9,338      95%         117,788
      Executive and council                               721             874            874           209               209             73          136     187%             874
      Budget and treasury office                      110,200        114,170          114,170       18,708            18,708           9,514       9,194      97%         114,170
      Corporate services                                2,079           2,744           2,744          236               236            229            8      3%            2,744
   Community and public safety                         42,834          62,950          62,950        3,619             3,619           5,246      (1,627)    -31%          62,950
      Community and social services                     1,951           1,978           1,978          408               408            165          243     148%           1,978
      Sport and recreation                              2,310           3,694           3,694              84             84            308         (223)    -73%           3,694
      Public safety                                     7,731          10,459          10,459          609               609            872         (263)    -30%          10,459
      Housing                                          30,764          46,807          46,807        2,518             2,518           3,901      (1,382)    -35%          46,807
      Health                                                  77              12          12               –              –                1          (1)    -100%             12
   Economic and environmental services                 31,066          14,267          14,267          302               302           1,189        (887)    -75%          14,267
      Planning and development                          1,361           1,397           1,397          111               111            116           (6)     -5%           1,397
      Road transport                                   26,302           7,603           7,603          192               192            634         (442)    -70%           7,603
      Environmental protection                          3,403           5,267           5,267              –              –             439         (439)    -100%          5,267
   Trading services                                   378,780        416,756          416,756       20,397            20,397          34,730     (14,333)    -41%         416,756
      Electricity                                     221,135        266,011          266,011        6,120             6,120          22,168     (16,047)    -72%         266,011
      Water                                            53,300          57,608          57,608        2,746             2,746           4,801      (2,055)    -43%          57,608
      Waste water management                           76,454          62,904          62,904        7,120             7,120           5,242       1,878      36%          62,904
      Waste management                                 27,892          30,234          30,234        4,410             4,410           2,519       1,891      75%          30,234
   Other                                      4               7               –           –                –              –              –            –                        –
Total Revenue - Standard                      2       565,686        611,761          611,761       43,472            43,472          50,980      (7,508)    -15%         611,761

Expenditure - Standard
   Governance and administration                      104,156        110,117          110,117        8,154             8,154           9,176      (1,023)    -11%         110,117
      Executive and council                            34,305          33,720          34,020        3,021             3,021           2,835         186      7%           34,020
      Budget and treasury office                       33,175          40,938          40,838        2,777             2,777           3,403        (626)    -18%          40,838
      Corporate services                               36,676          35,459          35,259        2,355             2,355           2,938        (583)    -20%          35,259
   Community and public safety                        107,500        130,401          130,401        7,230             7,230          10,867      (3,637)    -33%         130,401
      Community and social services                    15,074          17,267          17,267          908               908           1,439        (531)    -37%          17,267
      Sport and recreation                             17,013          18,910          18,910          770               770           1,576        (806)    -51%          18,910
      Public safety                                    33,002          38,267          38,267        2,400             2,400           3,189        (789)    -25%          38,267
      Housing                                          41,988          55,436          55,436        3,131             3,131           4,620      (1,489)    -32%          55,436
      Health                                              424             521            521               21             21             43          (23)    -52%             521
   Economic and environmental services                 52,396          50,043          50,043        1,609             1,609           4,170      (2,561)    -61%          50,043
      Planning and development                          8,339           8,685           8,685          516               516            724         (207)    -29%           8,685
      Road transport                                   37,318          31,535          31,535          792               792           2,628      (1,836)    -70%          31,535
      Environmental protection                          6,739           9,824           9,824          301               301            819         (518)    -63%           9,824
   Trading services                                   273,126        343,429          343,429        4,354             4,354          28,619     (24,265)    -85%         343,429
      Electricity                                     182,181        223,583          223,583        1,197             1,197          18,632     (17,435)    -94%         223,583
      Water                                            33,490          39,894          39,894        1,021             1,021           3,325      (2,303)    -69%          39,894
      Waste water management                           43,784          54,569          54,569        1,255             1,255           4,547      (3,292)    -72%          54,569
      Waste management                                 13,671          25,383          25,383          880               880           2,115      (1,236)    -58%          25,383
   Other                                                1,216           1,264           1,264              65             65            105          (41)    -39%           1,264
Total Expenditure - Standard                  3       538,395        635,254          635,254       21,411            21,411          52,938     (31,527)    -60%         635,254
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                        27,291         (23,493)        (23,493)      22,062            22,062          (1,958)     24,019    -1227%        (23,493)
WC025 Breede Valley - Table C2 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (standard classification) - M01 July
                                                   2010/11                                                               Budget Year 2011/12
                       Description           Ref   Audited           Original           Adjusted                                                                                      Full Year
                                                                                                       Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance      YTD variance
                                                   Outcome           Budget              Budget                                                                                       Forecast
R thousands                                  1                                                                                                                           %
Revenue - Standard
   Municipal governance and administration           113,000            117,788            117,788           19,154        19,154          9,816         9,338          95%              117,788
       Executive and council                             721                874               874               209           209               73         136                    0          874
          Mayor and Council                              376                829               829               206           206               69         137                    0          829
           Municipal Manager                             345                    45             45                    3             3                4        (1)              (0)             45
       Budget and treasury office                    110,200            114,170            114,170           18,708        18,708          9,514         9,194                    0      114,170
       Corporate services                              2,079              2,744              2,744              236           236              229              8                 0         2,744
          Human Resources                                752              1,200              1,200              181           181              100          81                    0         1,200
           Information Technology                                1                  1              1                 0             0                0           0                 0               1
           Property Services                           1,079              1,543              1,543                   8             8           129        (121)               (0)           1,543
           Other Admin                                   246                    –              –                 47            47               –           47                –               –
   Community and public safety                        42,834             62,950             62,950            3,619          3,619         5,246         (1,627)              (0)         62,950
       Community and social services                   1,951              1,978              1,978              408           408              165         243                    0         1,978
          Libraries and Archives                       1,190              1,153              1,153              332           332               96         236                    0         1,153
           Museums & Art Galleries etc                       –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Community halls and Facilities                267                253               253                21            21               21              0                 0          253
           Cemeteries & Crematoriums                     495                572               572                54            54               48              7                 0          572
           Child Care                                        –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Aged Care                                         –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Other Community                                   –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Other Social                                      –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Sport and recreation                            2,310              3,694              3,694               84            84              308        (223)               (0)           3,694
       Public safety                                   7,731             10,459             10,459              609           609              872        (263)               (0)         10,459
          Police                                       6,891             10,018             10,018              584           584              835        (251)               (0)         10,018
           Fire                                          840                442               442                25            25               37          (12)              (0)            442
           Civil Defence                                     –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Street Lighting                                   –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Other                                             –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Housing                                        30,764             46,807             46,807            2,518          2,518         3,901         (1,382)              (0)         46,807
       Health                                                77                 12             12                –             –                    1        (1)              (0)             12
          Clinics                                            –                  12             12                –             –                    1        (1)              (0)             12
           Ambulance                                         –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Other                                             77                 –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
   Economic and environmental services                31,066             14,267             14,267              302           302          1,189          (887)               (0)         14,267
       Planning and development                        1,361              1,397              1,397              111           111              116           (6)              (0)           1,397
           Economic Development/Planning                 375                500               500                –             –                42          (42)              (0)            500
           Town Planning/Building
           enforcement                                   986                897               897               111           111               75          36                    0          897
           Licensing & Regulation                            –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Road transport                                 26,302              7,603              7,603              192           192              634        (442)               (0)           7,603
          Roads                                       20,110              1,591              1,591               –             –               133        (133)               (0)           1,591
           Public Buses                                      –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Parking Garages                                   –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Vehicle Licensing and Testing               6,192              6,013              6,013              192           192              501        (309)               (0)           6,013
           Other                                             –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Environmental protection                        3,403              5,267              5,267               –             –               439        (439)               (0)           5,267
           Pollution Control                                 –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Biodiversity & Landscape                              6              –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Other                                       3,397              5,267              5,267               –             –               439        (439)               (0)           5,267
   Trading services                                  378,780            416,756            416,756           20,397        20,397         34,730        (14,333)              (0)        416,756
       Electricity                                   221,135            266,011            266,011            6,120          6,120        22,168        (16,047)              (0)        266,011
           Electricity Distribution                  221,135            266,011            266,011            6,120          6,120        22,168        (16,047)              (0)        266,011
           Electricity Generation                            –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Water                                          53,300             57,608             57,608            2,746          2,746         4,801         (2,055)              (0)         57,608
          Water Distribution                          53,300             45,065             45,065            2,746          2,746         3,755         (1,009)              (0)         45,065
           Water Storage                                     –           12,543             12,543               –             –           1,045         (1,045)              (0)         12,543
       Waste water management                         76,454             62,904             62,904            7,120          7,120         5,242         1,878                    0       62,904
          Sewerage                                    70,947             62,904             62,904            7,120          7,120         5,242         1,878                    0       62,904
           Storm Water Management                      5,507                    –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
           Public Toilets                                    –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Waste management                               27,892             30,234             30,234            4,410          4,410         2,519         1,891                    0       30,234
          Solid Waste                                 27,892             30,234             30,234            4,410          4,410         2,519         1,891                    0       30,234
   Other                                                         7              –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Air Transport                                         –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Abattoirs                                             –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Tourism                                                   7              –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Forestry                                              –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
       Markets                                               –                  –              –                 –             –                –           –                                 –
Total Revenue - Standard                     2       565,686            611,761            611,761           43,472        43,472         50,980         (7,508)              (0)        611,761
Expenditure - Standard
    Municipal governance and administration                           104,156           110,117          110,117             8,154             8,154            9,176            (1,023)               (0)        110,117
        Executive and council                                          34,305            33,720           34,020             3,021             3,021            2,835              186                 0           34,020
           Mayor and Council                                           26,912            26,817           27,117             2,640             2,640            2,260              380                 0           27,117
             Municipal Manager                                           7,393            6,902             6,902              381              381               575              (194)               (0)          6,902
        Budget and treasury office                                     33,175            40,938           40,838             2,777             2,777            3,403              (626)               (0)         40,838
        Corporate services                                             36,676            35,459           35,259             2,355             2,355            2,938              (583)               (0)         35,259
           Human Resources                                               7,978            9,361             9,361              420              420               780              (360)               (0)          9,361
             Information Technology                                      3,642            5,543             5,243              143              143               437              (294)               (0)          5,243
             Property Services                                           9,004           11,337           11,337               697              697               945              (248)               (0)         11,337
             Other Admin                                               16,051             9,218             9,318            1,094             1,094              777              318                 0            9,318
    Community and public safety                                       107,500           130,401          130,401             7,230             7,230           10,867            (3,637)               (0)        130,401
        Community and social services                                  15,074            17,267           17,267               908              908             1,439              (531)               (0)         17,267
           Libraries and Archives                                        6,669            8,173             8,173              473              473               681              (208)               (0)          8,173
             Museums & Art Galleries etc                                    –                –                 –                –                 –                –                 –                                  –
             Community halls and Facilities                              5,355            5,724             5,724              301              301               477              (176)               (0)          5,724
             Cemeteries & Crematoriums                                   1,552            1,687             1,687               29                29              141              (112)               (0)          1,687
             Child Care                                                     –                –                 –                –                 –                –                 –                                  –
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             Other Community                                             1,499            1,683             1,683              105              105               140               (35)               (0)          1,683
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        Sport and recreation                                           17,013            18,910           18,910               770              770             1,576              (806)               (0)         18,910
        Public safety                                                  33,002            38,267           38,267             2,400             2,400            3,189              (789)               (0)         38,267
           Police                                                      14,898            17,760           17,760             1,138             1,138            1,480              (342)               (0)         17,760
             Fire                                                      14,039            16,612           16,612               953              953             1,384              (432)               (0)         16,612
             Civil Defence                                                  –                –                 –                –                 –                –                 –                                  –
             Street Lighting                                             3,728            3,648             3,648              310              310               304                    6             0            3,648
             Other                                                         337              247               247               –                 –                21               (21)               (0)            247
        Housing                                                        41,988            55,436           55,436             3,131             3,131            4,620            (1,489)               (0)         55,436
        Health                                                             424              521               521               21                21               43               (23)               (0)            521
           Clinics                                                         216              232               232                   5                 5            19               (14)               (0)            232
             Ambulance                                                      –                –                 –                –                 –                –                 –                                  –
             Other                                                         207              289               289               16                16               24                (9)               (0)            289
    Economic and environmental services                                52,396            50,043           50,043             1,609             1,609            4,170            (2,561)               (0)         50,043
        Planning and development                                         8,339            8,685             8,685              516              516               724              (207)               (0)          8,685
            Economic Development/Planning                                3,758            3,624             3,624              163              163               302              (139)               (0)          3,624
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             Licensing & Regulation                                         –                –                 –                –                 –                –                 –                                  –
        Road transport                                                 37,318            31,535           31,535               792              792             2,628            (1,836)               (0)         31,535
           Roads                                                       32,006            25,333           25,333               368              368             2,111            (1,743)               (0)         25,333
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             Vehicle Licensing and Testing                               5,312            6,202             6,202              423              423               517               (93)               (0)          6,202
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        Environmental protection                                         6,739            9,824             9,824              301              301               819              (518)               (0)          9,824
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             Biodiversity & Landscape                                    3,342            4,877             4,877              218              218               406              (188)               (0)          4,877
             Other                                                       3,397            4,947             4,947               83                83              412              (330)               (0)          4,947
    Trading services                                                  273,126           343,429          343,429             4,354             4,354           28,619          (24,265)                (0)        343,429
        Electricity                                                   182,181           223,583          223,583             1,197             1,197           18,632          (17,435)                (0)        223,583
            Electricity Distribution                                  182,181           223,583          223,583             1,197             1,197           18,632          (17,435)                (0)        223,583
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        Water                                                          33,490            39,894           39,894             1,021             1,021            3,325            (2,303)               (0)         39,894
           Water Distribution                                          22,708            26,689           26,689               703              703             2,224            (1,521)               (0)         26,689
             Water Storage                                             10,782            13,205           13,205               318              318             1,100              (783)               (0)         13,205
        Waste water management                                         43,784            54,569           54,569             1,255             1,255            4,547            (3,292)               (0)         54,569
           Sewerage                                                    40,624            51,310           51,310             1,200             1,200            4,276            (3,076)               (0)         51,310
             Storm Water Management                                      1,467            1,618             1,618                   1                 1           135              (134)               (0)          1,618
             Public Toilets                                              1,693            1,641             1,641               55                55              137               (82)               (0)          1,641
        Waste management                                               13,671            25,383           25,383               880              880             2,115            (1,236)               (0)         25,383
           Solid Waste                                                 13,671            25,383           25,383               880              880             2,115            (1,236)               (0)         25,383
    Other                                                                1,216            1,264             1,264               65                65              105               (41)               (0)          1,264
        Air Transport                                                      134              164               164               10                10               14                (4)               (0)            164
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        Tourism                                                          1,083            1,100             1,100               55                55               92               (37)               (0)          1,100
        Forestry                                                            –                –                 –                –                 –                –                 –                                  –
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Total Expenditure - Standard                               3          538,395           635,254          635,254            21,411           21,411            52,938          (31,527)                (0)        635,254
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                        27,291           (23,493)          (23,493)          22,062           22,062            (1,958)          24,019                 (0)        (23,493)
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3. Total Expenditure by Standard Classification must reconcile to total operating expenditure shown in Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
4. All amounts must be classified under a Standard (modified GFS) classification. The GFS function 'Other' is only for Abbatoirs, Air Transport, Markets and Tourism - and if used must be supported by footnotes. Nothing
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WC025 Breede Valley - Table C3 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote) - M01 July
                       Vote Description                      2010/11                                                  Budget Year 2011/12
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Revenue by Vote                                        1
   Vote 1 - Council General                                        376            829           829           206              206             69          137    198.6%            829
   Vote 2 - Municipal Manager                                      683            500           500               –             –              42          (42)   -100.0%           500
   Vote 3 - Corporate Services                                  31,825         48,311         48,311        2,724            2,724           4,026      (1,302)   -32.3%         48,311
   Vote 4 - Financial Services                                 110,372       114,170         114,170       18,755           18,755           9,514       9,241     97.1%        114,170
   Vote 5 - Community Services                                  15,189         17,637         17,637        1,133            1,133           1,470        (337)   -22.9%         17,637
   Vote 6 - Operational Services                               407,241       430,314         430,314       20,654           20,654          35,859     (15,205)   -42.4%        430,314
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Total Revenue by Vote                                  2       565,686       611,761         611,761       43,472           43,472          50,980      (7,508)     -14.7%      611,761

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   Vote 1 - Council General                                     23,056         22,750         22,750        2,380            2,380           1,896         484     25.5%         22,750
   Vote 2 - Municipal Manager                                    9,133          7,940          7,940          398              398            662         (264)   -39.8%          7,940
   Vote 3 - Corporate Services                                  72,054         85,709         85,709        4,809            4,809           7,142      (2,333)   -32.7%         85,709
   Vote 4 - Financial Services                                  38,332         47,619         47,619        3,206            3,206           3,968        (762)   -19.2%         47,619
   Vote 5 - Community Services                                  42,978         50,922         50,922        3,097            3,097           4,243      (1,146)   -27.0%         50,922
   Vote 6 - Operational Services                               352,842       420,315         420,315        7,521            7,521          35,026     (27,505)   -78.5%        420,315
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Total Expenditure by Vote                              2       538,395       635,254         635,254       21,411           21,411          52,938     (31,527)    -59.6%       635,254
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                        2        27,291        (23,493)       (23,493)      22,062           22,062          (1,958)     24,019    -1226.9%      (23,493)
WC025 Breede Valley - Table C3 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote) - A - M01 July
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   Vote 1 - Council General                            376            829            829              206            206            69            137       199%               829
   Admin                                               376            829            829              206            206            69            137       199%               829
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   Performance Management & Community                   –             100            100               –              –              8             (8)      -100%              100
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   Vote 3 - Corporate Services                      31,825         48,311         48,311            2,724          2,724         4,026         (1,302)      -32%            48,311
   Admin                                               969          1,246          1,246              184            184           104             81        78%             1,246
   Civic Buildings                                     270            258            258               21             21            21             (0)       -1%               258
   Housing                                          30,585         46,807         46,807            2,518          2,518         3,901         (1,382)      -35%            46,807
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   Vote 4 - Financial Services                     110,372        114,170        114,170           18,755         18,755         9,514          9,241        97%           114,170
   Admin                                            19,025         18,004         18,004            2,768          2,768         1,500          1,268        85%            18,004
   Revenue                                          90,396         95,861         95,861           15,940         15,940         7,988          7,951       100%            95,861
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   Supply Chain Management                             203             15             15               47             47             1             46       3678%               15
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   Health                                               77             12             12               –              –              1             (1)      -100%               12
   Traffic                                          13,083         16,030         16,030              775            775         1,336           (561)       -42%           16,030
   Fire Protection                                     840            442            442               25             25            37            (12)       -32%              442
   Libraries                                         1,190          1,153          1,153              332            332            96            236        246%            1,153
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   Public Works                                     31,162          9,292          9,292              118            118           774           (656)       -85%            9,292
   Cemetaries                                          495            572            572               54             54            48              7         14%              572
   Recreational Facilities                             447          1,366          1,366                1              1           114           (113)      -100%            1,366
   Resorts                                           1,863          2,328          2,328               84             84           194           (110)       -57%            2,328
   Refuse Removal                                   27,892         30,234         30,234            4,410          4,410         2,519          1,891         75%           30,234
   Sewerage                                         70,947         62,904         62,904            7,120          7,120         5,242          1,878         36%           62,904
   Electricity Management                          221,135        266,011        266,011            6,120          6,120        22,168        (16,047)       -72%          266,011
   Water Management                                 53,300         57,608         57,608            2,746          2,746         4,801         (2,055)       -43%           57,608
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Total Revenue by Vote    2   565,686   611,761   611,761   43,472   43,472   50,980   (7,508)
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   Vote 1 - Council General                  23,056    22,750    22,750   2,380   2,380    1,896       484     26%    22,750
   Admin                                     16,085    15,163    15,163   1,817   1,817    1,264       554     44%    15,163
   Mayoral Office                             6,971     7,586     7,586     562     562      632       (70)   -11%     7,586
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   Vote 2 - Municipal Manager                 9,133     7,940     7,940     398     398      662      (264)   -40%     7,940
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   Internal Audit                             1,581     1,939     1,939      89      89      162       (73)   -45%     1,939
   IDP                                        1,841     1,457     1,457      57      57      121       (65)   -53%     1,457
   Community Safety                             263       288       288      18      18       24        (6)   -23%       288
   Ombudsman                                    119       118       118       7       7       10        (3)   -26%       118
   Performance Management & Community         1,349     1,508     1,508      81      81      126       (45)   -36%     1,508
   Area Managers                                563       664       664      46      46       55        (9)   -16%       664
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   Admin                                     26,089    26,092    26,092   1,486   1,486    2,174      (688)   -32%    26,092
   Civic Buildings                            6,504     6,954     6,954     377     377      579      (202)   -35%     6,954
   Housing                                   39,460    52,663    52,663   2,945   2,945    4,389    (1,444)   -33%    52,663
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   Admin                                      7,327     8,603     8,603     201     201      717      (516)   -72%     8,603
   Revenue                                   16,225    21,137    21,137   1,925   1,925    1,761       164     9%     21,137
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   Financial Planning                         6,183     7,373     7,373     440     440      614      (174)   -28%     7,373
   Supply Chain Management                    7,774     9,375     9,375     583     583      781      (198)   -25%     9,375
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   Admin                                      1,499     1,683     1,683     105     105      140       (35)   -25%     1,683
   Health                                       224       245       245       5       5       20       (15)   -73%       245
   Traffic                                   20,439    24,068    24,068   1,561   1,561    2,006      (444)   -22%    24,068
   Fire Protection                           14,148    16,753    16,753     953     953    1,396      (444)   -32%    16,753
   Libraries                                  6,669     8,173     8,173     473     473      681      (208)   -31%     8,173
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   Public Works                              62,618    57,907    57,907   2,369   2,369    4,826    (2,456)   -51%    57,907
   Cemetaries                                 1,552     1,687     1,687      29      29      141      (112)   -80%     1,687
   Recreational Facilities                   13,155    15,307    15,307     627     627    1,276      (648)   -51%    15,307
   Resorts                                    3,858     3,602     3,602     142     142      300      (158)   -53%     3,602
   Refuse Removal                            15,364    27,023    27,023     934     934    2,252    (1,317)   -59%    27,023
   Sewerage                                  40,624    51,310    51,310   1,200   1,200    4,276    (3,076)   -72%    51,310
   Electricity Management                   182,181   223,583   223,583   1,197   1,197   18,632   (17,435)   -94%   223,583
   Water Management                          33,490    39,894    39,894   1,021   1,021    3,325    (2,303)   -69%    39,894
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Total Expenditure by Vote                                2          538,395          635,254          635,254           21,411    21,411   52,938     (31,527)
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Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                 2     27,291          (23,493)           (23,493)        22,062   22,062   (1,958)     24,019    (0)   (23,493)
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1. Insert 'Vote'; e.g. Department, if different to standard structure
2. Must reconcile to Financial Performance ('Revenue and Expenditure by Standard Classification' and 'Revenue and Expenditure')
3. Assign share in 'associate' to relevant Vote

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WC025 Breede Valley - Table C4 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure) - M01 July
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Revenue By Source
   Property rates                                                                  63,898          68,756          68,756        5,815             5,815           5,730          85       1%             68,756
   Property rates - penalties & collection charges                                    470             511             511           33                33              43         (10)    -23%                511
   Service charges - electricity revenue                                          216,474         258,832         258,832        5,024             5,024          21,569     (16,546)    -77%            258,832
   Service charges - water revenue                                                 40,209          37,985          37,985           47                47           3,165      (3,119)    -99%             37,985
   Service charges - sanitation revenue                                            39,707          41,998          41,998        3,922             3,922           3,500         422      12%             41,998
   Service charges - refuse revenue                                                23,661          24,282          24,282        2,205             2,205           2,023         181       9%             24,282
   Service charges - other                                                             –               –               –            –                 –               –           –                           –
   Rental of facilities and equipment                                              10,015          11,412          11,412          834               834             951        (117)    -12%             11,412
   Interest earned - external investments                                           7,350           7,500           7,500          211               211             625        (414)    -66%              7,500
   Interest earned - outstanding debtors                                            2,053           2,046           2,046          177               177             171           6      4%               2,046
   Dividends received                                                                  –               –               –            –                 –               –           –                           –
   Fines                                                                            7,147           9,290           9,290          594               594             774        (180)     -23%             9,290
   Licences and permits                                                             2,786           2,527           2,527          239               239             211          28       14%             2,527
   Agency services                                                                  3,769           3,763           3,763           –                 –              314        (314)    -100%             3,763
   Transfers recognised - operational                                              91,385         104,558         104,558       24,153            24,153           8,713      15,440      177%           104,558
   Other revenue                                                                    6,530           7,720           7,720          220               220             643        (424)     -66%             7,720
   Gains on disposal of PPE                                                           689              15              15           –                 –                1          (1)    -100%                15
                                                                                  516,143         581,194         581,194       43,472            43,472          48,433      (4,961)     -10%           581,194
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)

Expenditure By Type
   Employee related costs                                                         158,463         181,615         181,615       11,961            11,961          15,135      (3,173)    -21%            181,615
   Remuneration of councillors                                                     10,145           11,479         11,479          917               917            957          (39)     -4%             11,479
   Debt impairment                                                                  2,669            6,000          6,000              –              –             500         (500)    -100%             6,000
   Depreciation & asset impairment                                                 57,696           66,255         66,255              –              –            5,521      (5,521)    -100%            66,255
   Finance charges                                                                 23,679           32,005         32,005              0               0           2,667      (2,667)    -100%            32,005
   Bulk purchases                                                                 141,178         172,962         172,962              10             10          14,413     (14,404)    -100%           172,962
   Other materials                                                                 43,081           46,622         46,622          407               407           3,885      (3,478)    -90%             46,622
   Contracted services                                                              3,719            2,652          2,640              13             13            220         (207)    -94%              2,640
   Transfers and grants                                                               166              150           150               2               2             13          (11)    -86%                150
   Other expenditure                                                               97,580         115,426         115,438        8,100             8,100           9,620      (1,520)    -16%            115,438
   Loss on disposal of PPE                                                               18               90          90               –              –                7          (7)    -100%                90
Total Expenditure                                                                 538,395         635,254         635,254       21,411            21,411          52,938     (31,527)    -60%            635,254

Surplus/(Deficit)                                                                 (22,252)         (54,060)       (54,060)      22,062            22,062          (4,505)     26,567            (0)      (54,060)
   Transfers recognised - capital                                                  49,543           30,567         30,567              –              –            2,547      (2,547)           (0)       30,567
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Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & contributions                          27,291          (23,493)       (23,493)      22,062            22,062          (1,958)                                (23,493)


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Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation                                                   27,291          (23,493)       (23,493)      22,062            22,062          (1,958)                                (23,493)
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Surplus/(Deficit) attributable to municipality                                     27,291          (23,493)       (23,493)      22,062            22,062          (1,958)                                (23,493)
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Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                                    27,291          (23,493)       (23,493)      22,062            22,062          (1,958)                                (23,493)
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Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions) including capital transfers/contributions etc       611,761        43,472            43,472         50,980                                  611,761
WC025 Breede Valley - Table C5 Monthly Budget Statement - Capital Expenditure (municipal vote, standard classification and funding) - M01 July
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    Vote 3 - Corporate Services                                                     558              129              129               –                 –                –            –                         129
    Vote 4 - Financial Services                                                     482              218              218               –                 –                –            –                         218
    Vote 5 - Community Services                                                   2,155            1,379            1,379                   0                 0            –                0   #DIV/0!         1,379
    Vote 6 - Operational Services                                               134,179          111,787          112,279            1,567             1,567          10,121        (8,554)      -85%         112,279
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Total Capital single-year expenditure                                4          137,534          113,513          114,005            1,567             1,567          10,121        (8,554)      -85%         114,005
Total Capital Expenditure                                                       137,534          113,513          114,005            1,567             1,567          10,121        (8,554)      -85%         114,005

Capital Expenditure - Standard Classification
    Governance and administration                                                 3,750            1,310            1,310               –                 –                –            –                       1,310
        Executive and council                                                       222                56              56               –                 –                –            –                          56
        Budget and treasury office                                                  364              218              218               –                 –                –            –                         218
        Corporate services                                                        3,163            1,036            1,036               –                 –                –            –                       1,036
    Community and public safety                                                   2,624            2,478            2,478                   0                 0          260          (260)      -100%          2,478
        Community and social services                                               429                58              58                   0                 0            –                0   #DIV/0!            58
        Sport and recreation                                                        227            1,086            1,086               –                 –              260          (260)      -100%          1,086
        Public safety                                                             1,968            1,334            1,334               –                 –                –            –                       1,334
        Housing                                                                       –                –               –                –                 –                –            –                          –
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    Economic and environmental services                                          11,450            1,602            1,602               –                 –                –            –                       1,602
        Planning and development                                                          0            39              39               –                 –                –            –                          39
        Road transport                                                           11,450            1,563            1,563               –                 –                –            –                       1,563
        Environmental protection                                                      –                –               –                –                 –                –            –                          –
    Trading services                                                            119,710          108,123          108,615            1,567             1,567           9,861        (8,294)      -84%         108,615
        Electricity                                                              15,215           47,420           47,420              125               125           3,909        (3,784)      -97%          47,420
        Water                                                                     6,508           13,124           13,124                   8                 8            47          (38)      -82%          13,124
        Waste water management                                                   97,288           47,078           47,570            1,434             1,434           5,905        (4,471)      -76%          47,570
        Waste management                                                            699              500              500               –                 –                –            –                         500
    Other                                                                                 1            –               –                –                 –                –            –                          –
Total Capital Expenditure - Standard Classification                  3          137,534          113,513          114,005            1,567             1,567          10,121        (8,554)      -85%         114,005

Funded by:
        National Government                                                      18,390           26,982           26,982            1,433             1,433           6,180        (4,747)      -77%          26,982
        Provincial Government                                                    29,436            2,035            2,035               –                 –                –            –                       2,035
        District Municipality                                                         –                –               –                –                 –                –            –                          –
        Other transfers and grants                                                1,425            1,050            1,050               –                 –              260          (260)      -100%          1,050
    Transfers recognised - capital                                               49,251           30,067           30,067            1,433             1,433           6,440        (5,007)      -78%          30,067
    Public contributions & donations                                 5              291              500              500               –                 –                –            –                         500
    Borrowing                                                        6           58,872           75,114           75,114               –                 –            3,359        (3,359)      -100%         75,114
    Internally generated funds                                                   29,119            7,832            8,324              134               134             322          (188)      -58%           8,324
Total Capital Funding                                                             137,534          113,513        114,005             1,567           1,567           10,121        (8,554)      -85%         114,005
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1. Municipalities may choose to appropriate for capital expenditure for three years or for one year (if one year appropriation projected expenditure required for yr2 and yr3).
2. Include capital component of PPP unitary payment
3. Capital expenditure by standard classification must reconcile to the total of multi-year and single year appropriations
4. Include expenditure on investment property, intangible and biological assets
5. Must reconcile to Monthly Budget Statement Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
6. Include finance leases and PPP capital funding component of unitary payment - total borrowing/repayments to reconcile to changes in Table SA17
WC025 Breede Valley - Table C5 Monthly Budget Statement - Capital Expenditure (municipal vote, standard classification and funding) - A - M01 July
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   Vote 3 - Corporate Services                            558       129       129      –       –        –        –                   129
   Admin                                                  307       116       116      –       –        –        –                   116
   Civic Buildings                                        252        13        13      –       –        –        –                    13
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   Financial Planning                                     313       200       200      –       –        –        –                   200
   Supply Chain Management                                144        18        18      –       –        –        –                    18
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   Vote 5 - Community Services                          2,155     1,379     1,379       0       0       –         0    #DIV/0!     1,379
   Admin                                                    2        40        40      –       –        –        –                    40
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   Traffic                                                256       800       800      –       –        –        –                   800
   Fire Protection                                      1,712       534       534      –       –        –        –                   534
   Libraries                                              185         5         5       0       0       –         0    #DIV/0!         5
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   Vote 6 - Operational Services                      134,179   111,787   112,279   1,567   1,567   10,121   (8,554)    -85%     112,279
   Public Works                                        19,749     2,578     2,578      –       –        –        –                 2,578
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   Recreational Facilities                                227     1,065     1,065      –       –       260     (260)   -100%       1,065
   Resorts                                                 –         21        21      –       –        –        –                    21
   Refuse Removal                                         699       500       500      –       –        –        –                   500
   Sewerage                                            91,781    47,078    47,570   1,434   1,434    5,905   (4,471)    -76%      47,570
   Electricity Management                              15,215    47,420    47,420     125     125    3,909   (3,784)    -97%      47,420
   Water Management                                     6,508    13,124    13,124       8       8       47      (38)    -82%      13,124
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Total single-year capital expenditure                                   137,534   113,513   114,005   1,567   1,567   10,121   (8,554)
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Total Capital Expenditure                                               137,534   113,513   114,005   1,567   1,567   10,121   (8,554)   (0)   114,005
References
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WC025 Breede Valley - Table C6 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Position - M01 July
                                                        2010/11                       Budget Year 2011/12
                            Description          Ref   Audited        Original       Adjusted                     Full Year
                                                                                                  YearTD actual
                                                       Outcome        Budget          Budget                      Forecast
R thousands                                       1
ASSETS
Current assets
  Cash                                                     37,281         10,465        10,465          53,039        10,465
  Call investment deposits                                 90,000         80,000        80,000         105,000        80,000
  Consumer debtors                                         64,624         48,443        48,443          64,407        48,443
  Other debtors                                             8,825         12,750        12,750           3,254        12,750
  Current portion of long-term receivables                  2,210          2,037          2,037          1,343         2,037
  Inventory                                                 6,109          6,700          6,700          6,644         6,700
Total current assets                                      209,048       160,394        160,394         233,687       160,394

Non current assets
  Long-term receivables                                     5,544          5,500          5,500          3,871         5,500
  Investments                                                     –              –          –               –             –
  Investment property                                       7,875          7,600          7,600          8,356         7,600
  Investments in Associate                                        –              –          –               –             –
  Property, plant and equipment                         1,755,005      1,805,020      1,805,020      1,780,223     1,805,020
  Agricultural                                                    –              –          –               –             –
  Biological assets                                               –              –          –               –             –
  Intangible assets                                           502           423            423              501          423
  Other non-current assets                                        –              –          –               –             –
Total non current assets                                1,768,927      1,818,543      1,818,543      1,792,951     1,818,543
TOTAL ASSETS                                            1,977,975      1,978,937      1,978,937      2,026,638     1,978,937

LIABILITIES
Current liabilities
  Bank overdraft                                                  –              –          –               –             –
  Borrowing                                                23,399         24,178        24,178          23,399        24,178
  Consumer deposits                                         2,716          2,700          2,700          3,107         2,700
  Trade and other payables                                124,173         86,499        86,499         120,741        86,499
  Provisions                                                      –              –          –               –             –
Total current liabilities                                 150,287       113,377        113,377         147,247       113,377

Non current liabilities
  Borrowing                                               258,158       284,980        284,980         258,158       284,980
  Provisions                                              113,919       120,946        120,946         124,209       120,946
Total non current liabilities                             372,076       405,926        405,926         382,366       405,926
TOTAL LIABILITIES                                         522,364       519,303        519,303         529,614       519,303

NET ASSETS                                        2     1,455,611      1,459,634      1,459,634      1,497,025     1,459,634

COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
  Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)                         1,453,133      1,456,818      1,456,818      1,494,750     1,456,818
  Reserves                                                  2,478          2,816          2,816          2,275         2,816
TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY                     2     1,455,611      1,459,634      1,459,634      1,497,025     1,459,634
WC025 Breede Valley - Table C7 Monthly Budget Statement - Cash Flow - M01 July
                                                             2010/11                                                       Budget Year 2011/12
                            Description                Ref   Audited       Original        Adjusted      Monthly                             YearTD             YTD           YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                           YearTD actual
                                                             Outcome       Budget           Budget        actual                             budget           variance      variance   Forecast
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CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
   Ratepayers and other                                        457,141       473,190         473,190        35,239               35,239          36,691         (1,452)       -4%         473,190
   Government - operating                                      115,250       104,558         104,558        24,153               24,153          23,821            332        1%          104,558
   Government - capital                                         35,190         30,567         30,567        14,939               14,939           6,515          8,424       129%          30,567
   Interest                                                     12,709          9,546           9,546          388                  388             538           (150)      -28%           9,546
   Dividends                                                           –              –           –                –                 –                –             –                          –
Payments
   Suppliers and employees                                     (478,969)     (530,846)       (530,846)     (42,371)             (42,371)         (43,177)         (806)       2%         (530,846)
   Finance charges                                              (26,979)      (31,382)        (31,382)             –                 –                –             –                     (31,382)
   Transfers and Grants                                            (150)         (150)           (150)             (2)               (2)              –                 2   #DIV/0!          (150)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) OPERATING ACTIVITIES                      114,193         55,484         55,484        32,346               32,346          24,388          7,958        33%          55,484

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
   Proceeds on disposal of PPE                                     100           150             150               –                 –                –             –                         150
   Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors                          –              –           –                –                 –                –             –                          –
   Decrease (increase) other non-current receivables             (1,700)         (300)           (300)         (50)                 (30)             (25)           (5)       20%            (300)
   Decrease (increase) in non-current investments               20,000          5,000           5,000      (15,000)             (15,000)         (60,000)       45,000       -75%           5,000
Payments
   Capital assets                                              (186,177)     (113,513)       (113,513)      (1,567)              (1,567)         (10,121)       (8,554)       85%        (113,513)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) INVESTING ACTIVITIES                      (167,777)     (108,663)       (108,663)     (16,617)             (16,597)         (70,146)      (53,549)       76%        (108,663)

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
   Short term loans                                                    –              –           –                –                 –                –             –                          –
   Borrowing long term/refinancing                             100,000         51,000         51,000               –                 –                –             –                      51,000
   Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits                        219                53          53                   9                 9                5             5    100%              53
Payments
   Repayment of borrowing                                       (21,850)      (23,399)        (23,399)             –                 –                –             –                     (23,399)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) FINANCING ACTIVITIES                       78,369         27,654         27,654                   9                 9                5         (5)      -100%         27,654

NET INCREASE/ (DECREASE) IN CASH HELD                           24,785        (25,524)        (25,524)      15,738               15,758          (45,753)                                 (25,524)
   Cash/cash equivalents at beginning:                          11,204         35,989         35,989                             37,281          35,989                                    37,281
   Cash/cash equivalents at month/year end:                     35,989         10,465         10,465                             53,039           (9,764)                                  11,756
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC1 Material variance explanations - M01 July
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                                                Variance                          Reasons for material deviations                      Remedial or corrective steps/remarks
       R thousands
 1     Revenue By Source
       Services Charges - Electricity Revenue        -77% Year-end adjustment deducted from electricity revenue              None
       Services Charges - Water Revenue              -99% Low consumption during winter period                               Consumption will increase during summer period
       Interest Earned - External Investments        -66% Interest Reveivable for 2010/2011 has been deducted in July 2011   None
       Agency Services                              -100% No Vehicle Registration Fees recognised for July 2011              Recognise monthly Vehicle Registration revenue
       Transfers Recognised - Operational           177% ¼ of Equitable Share has been received in July 2011                 None
       Transfers Recognised - Capital               -100% Recognised at year-end after capitilisation of assets              None
       Other Revenue                                 -66% Less revenue realised than budgeted                                Increase revenue collection
 2     Expenditure By Type
       Debt Impairment                              -100% Debt Impairment only once a year by May                            None
       Depreciation & Asset Impairment              -100% Trial Depreciation Run was done for July 2011 - R 5 174 512.79     Accruals to be made in future
       Finance Charges                              -100% Interest is paid twice a year                                      Accruals to be made in future
       Bulk Purchases                               -100% July 2011 bulk purchaes paid in August, not accrued for            System to be impleneted to provide for accruals
       Other Materials                               -90% Actual Expenditure less than budgeted due to savings               Maintenance spending to accelerate
       Contracted Services                           -94% Actual Expenditureonly recoognised when paid in following month    Accruals to be made in future
       Transfers and Grants                          -86% Recognised after approved by Council                               None, to be awarded still after due process followed
 3     Capital Expenditure
       Total Capiatl expenditure                     -85% Bulk at Operations (WWWTW) Payments for july only made after       Departments to ensure that for those where tenders
                                                           month-end                                                         not yet awarded, tiemous actions be impemented to
                                                                                                                             ensure spending!


 4     Financial Position
       Cash                                           75% Equitable share & MIG received in advance, Capex not sopent        Capex spending to accelerate
       Consumer debtors                               51% Consumer debtors higher due toy Yearly billings due in October     None
       Trade creditirs                                12% Eskom account double as result of winter, will decline in summer   Cape Joint pens., UIF, SARS penalties to be finalised
       j                                               2% Post retirement benefits higher due to actuarial valuation         None
 5     Cash Flow
       Net cash used                                 128% Grants received and Capex and + Opex Low                           Expenditure to accelerate




 6     Measureable performance




 7     Municipal Entities
       Not applicable
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC2 Monthly Budget Statement - performance indicators - M01 July
                                                                                                                           2010/11                      Budget Year 2011/12
            Description of financial indicator                               Basis of calculation                    Ref   Audited       Original      Adjusted                      Full Year
                                                                                                                                                                     YearTD actual
                                                                                                                           Outcome       Budget         Budget                       Forecast
Percentage
Borrowing Management
    Borrowing to Asset Ratio                              Total Long-term Borrowing/ Total Assets                           13.1%         14.4%         14.4%           12.7%         14.4%
    Capital Charges to Operating Expenditure              Interest & principal paid/Operating Expenditure                   15.1%         15.5%         15.5%            0.0%         6.8%
    Borrowed funding of capital expenditure               Borrowings/Capital expenditure excl. transfers and                42.8%         66.2%         65.9%            0.0%         65.9%
                                                          grants
Safety of Capital
    Debt to Equity                                        Loans, Accounts Payable, Overdraft & Tax Provision/               27.9%         27.1%         27.1%           26.9%         27.1%
                                                          Funds & Reserves
   Gearing                                                Long Term Borrowing/ Funds & Reserves                            10417.4%      10121.4%      10121.4%        11349.9%      10121.4%
Liquidity
    Current Ratio 1                                       Current assets/current liabilities                         1     139.1%        141.5%        141.5%           158.7%       141.5%
   Liquidity Ratio                                        Monetary Assets/Current Liabilities                               84.7%         79.8%         79.8%           107.3%        79.8%
Revenue Management
    Annual Debtors Collection Rate                        Last 12 Mths Receipts/ Last 12 Mths Billing
    (Payment Level %)
    Outstanding Debtors to Revenue                        Total Outstanding Debtors to Annual Revenue                       15.7%         11.8%         11.8%           167.6%        11.8%
    Longstanding Debtors Reduction Due To Recovery        Debtors > 12 Mths Recovered/Total Debtors >                       0.0%          0.0%          0.0%             0.0%         0.0%
                                                          12 Months Old
Creditors Management
    Creditors System Efficiency                           % of Creditors Paid Within Terms (within MFMA s 65(e))           100.0%         97.0%         97.0%           90.0%         97.0%

Funding of Provisions
   Percentage Of Provisions Not Funded                    Unfunded Provisions/Total Provisions
Other Indicators
    Electricity Distribution Losses                       % Volume (units purchased and generated less units         2      6.6%          8.0%          8.0%             7.7%         8.0%
                                                          sold)/units purchased and generated
    Water Distribution Losses                             % Volume (units purchased and own source less units        2      32.7%         18.0%         18.0%           20.8%         18.0%
                                                          sold)/Total units purchased and own source
    Employee costs                                        Employee costs/Total Revenue - capital revenue                    30.7%         31.2%         31.2%           27.5%         31.2%
    Repairs & Maintenance                                 R&M/Total Revenue - capital revenue                               0.0%          0.0%          0.0%             0.0%         0.0%
    Interest & Depreciation                               I&D/Total Revenue - capital revenue                               15.8%         16.9%         16.9%            0.0%         7.5%
IDP regulation financial viability indicators
    i. Debt coverage                                      (Total Operating Revenue - Operating Grants)/Debt                  8.70          8.70          8.70            4.48          8.70
                                                          service payments due within financial year)

    ii. O/S Service Debtors to Revenue                    Total outstanding service debtors/annual revenue                  16.4%         10.9%         10.9%           14.7%         10.9%
                                                          received for services
    iii. Cost coverage                                    (Available cash + Investments)/monthly fixed operational           2.84          1.71          1.71            2.99          1.71
                                                          expenditure
References
1. Consumer debtors > 12 months old are excluded from current assets.
2. Material variances to be explained.


Calculations
Borrowing                                                                                                                     258,158       284,980       284,980          258,158       284,980
Total Assets                                                                                                                 1,977,975     1,978,937     1,978,937       2,026,638     1,978,937
Employee related costs                                                                                                        158,463       181,615       181,615           11,961       181,615
Repairs & Maintenance
Interest (finance charges)                                                                                                     23,679        32,005        32,005                         32,005
Principal paid                                                                                                                 21,850        23,399        23,399                         23,399
Depreciation                                                                                                                   57,696        66,255        66,255                         11,479
Operating expenditure                                                                                                         538,395       635,254       635,254           21,411       635,254
Total Capital Expenditure                                                                                                     137,534       113,513       114,005            1,567       114,005
Borrowed funding for capital                                                                                                   58,872        75,114        75,114                         75,114
Debt                                                                                                                          405,730       395,657       395,657          402,298       395,657
Equity                                                                                                                       1,455,611     1,459,634     1,459,634       1,497,025     1,459,634
Reserves                                                                                                                        2,478         2,816         2,816            2,275         2,816
Borrowing                                                                                                                     258,158       284,980       284,980          258,158       284,980
Current assets                                                                                                                209,048       160,394       160,394          233,687       160,394
Current liabilities                                                                                                           150,287       113,377       113,377          147,247       113,377
Monetary assets                                                                                                               127,281        90,465        90,465          158,039        90,465
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)                                                                 516,143       581,194       581,194           43,472       581,194
Transfers recognised - operational                                                                                             91,385       104,558       104,558           24,153       104,558
Transfers recognised - capital                                                                                                 49,543        30,567        30,567                         30,567
Debt service payments                                                                                                          (9,141)      (13,852)      (13,852)                      (54,780)
Outstanding debtors (receivables)                                                                                              81,203        68,730        68,730           72,875        68,730
Annual services revenue                                                                                                       320,051       363,097       363,097           11,197
Cash + investments                                        Including LT investments                                            127,281        90,465        90,465          158,039        90,465
Fixed operational expend. (monthly)                                                                                            44,866        52,938        52,938           21,411        52,938
Longstanding debtors outstanding                                                                                                5,544         5,500         5,500            3,871         5,500
Longstanding debtors recovered
Attorney collections
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC3 Monthly Budget Statement - aged debtors - M01 July
                Description                                                                                                  Budget Year 2011/12
                                           NT
                                                        0-30 Days    31-60 Days       61-90 Days         91-120 Days      121-150 Dys      151-180 Dys      181 Dys-1 Yr   Over 1Yr       Total        Bad
                                          Code                                                                                                                                                                    >90 days
R thousands                                                                                                                                                                                           Debts
Debtors Age Analysis By Revenue Source
  Rates                                   1200               9,319           446                305              276              223              198             1,059        1,745       13,571            –        3,500
  Electricity                             1300              17,350           291                150               78              106               61             1,388         959        20,382            –        2,592
  Water                                   1400              20,370           276                205              173              137              120              991         2,194       24,466            –        3,615
  Sewerage / Sanitation                   1500              11,317           358                267              210              175              155              860         1,671       15,013            –        3,071
  Refuse Removal                          1600               9,100           244                185              154              128              115              601         1,490       12,017            –        2,488
  Housing (Rental Revenue)                1700               3,016           191                161              192              237              102              493         1,418        5,811            –        2,443
  Other                                   1900               9,074           206                254              191              179              148             1,219        7,771       19,043            –        9,509
Total By Revenue Source                   2000              79,546         2,012            1,527              1,273            1,186              899             6,610      17,249       110,302            –       27,217
2010/11 - totals only                                       75,569         1,911            1,451              1,209            1,127              854             6,280      16,386       104,787                    25,856
Debtors Age Analysis By Customer Category
  Government                              2200               2,044                6                  5                4                3                2            12               0      2,076            –
  Business                                2300               9,744           136                113               69               80               57              385          602        11,186            –
  Households                              2400              56,124         1,709            1,271              1,100              971              754             5,116      11,685        78,729            –
  Other                                   2500              11,634           161                139               99              132               87             1,097        4,962       18,311            –
Total By Customer Category                2600              79,546         2,012            1,527              1,273            1,186              899             6,610      17,249       110,302            –
Notes
Material increases in value of debtors' categories compared to previous month to be explained
Bad debts = amounts actually written off in the month
Total by Revenue Source must reconcile with Total by Customer Group
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WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC4 Monthly Budget Statement - aged creditors - M01 July
                                                                                                       Budget Year 2011/12                                                         Prior year totals
                     Description           NT
                                                    0-            31 -          61 -          91 -            121 -            151 -        181 Days -   Over 1       Total        for chart (same
                                          Code
R thousands                                      30 Days        60 Days       90 Days       120 Days        150 Days         180 Days         1 Year      Year                          period)
Creditors Age Analysis By Customer Type
  Bulk Electricity                        0100      22,662                –             –          –                –               –               –             –     22,662                  –
  Bulk Water                              0200             98             –             –          –                –               –               –             –           98                –
  PAYE deductions                         0300             –              –             –          –                –               –               –             –           –                 –
  VAT (output less input)                 0400       3,092                –             –          –                –               –               –             –      3,092
  Pensions / Retirement deductions        0500             –              –             –          –                –               –               –        9,328       9,328                  –
  Loan repayments                         0600             –              –             –          –                –               –               –             –           –                 –
  Trade Creditors                         0700      10,583                –             –          –                –                   0           –             –     10,583
  Auditor General                         0800             –              –             –          –                –               –               –             –           –                 –
  Other                                   0900      74,979                –             –          –                –               –               –             –     74,979                  –
Total By Customer Type                    2600     111,413                –             –          –                –                   0           –        9,328     120,741                  –
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC5 Monthly Budget Statement - investment portfolio - M01 July
                                                                         Type of      Expiry date of     Accrued         Yield for the   Market value    Change in     Market value
                                                                       Investment      investment      interest for        month 1       at beginning   market value   at end of the
                Investments by maturity                  Period of
                                                                                                        the month             (%)        of the month                      month
            Name of institution & investment ID   Ref   Investment


R thousands                                             Yrs/Months
Municipality
Standard Bank                                           12 Months    Notice deposit   29 July 2011               27                             5,000            –            5,000
Nedbank                                                 12 Months    Notice deposit   12 Jan 2012                25                             5,000            –            5,000
Investec                                                7 Months     Notice deposit   28 Sept 2011               25                             5,000            –            5,000
Investec                                                8 Months     Notice deposit   30 Nov 2011                55                             5,000            –            5,000
Nedbank                                                 12 Months    Notice deposit   29 Mar 2012                26                             5,000            –            5,000
FNB                                                     2 Months     Notice deposit   29 Aug 2011                23                             5,000            –            5,000
FNB                                                     3 Months     Notice deposit   28 Jun 2012                23                             5,000            –            5,000
Standard Bank                                           2 Months     Notice deposit   30 Aug 2011                48                            10,000            –           10,000
Standard Bank                                           5 Months     Notice deposit   30 Nov 2011                25                             5,000            –            5,000
Standard Bank                                           6 Months     Notice deposit   30 Dec 2011                50                            10,000            –           10,000
Nedbank                                                 3 Months     Notice deposit   29 Sep 2011                24                             5,000            –            5,000
Nedbank                                                 5 Months     Notice deposit   29 Nov 2011                24                             5,000            –            5,000
Investec                                                3 Months     Notice deposit   29 Sept 2011               24                             5,000            –            5,000
Investec                                                4 Months     Notice deposit   28 Oct 2011                25                             5,000            –            5,000
ABSA                                                    4 Months     Notice deposit   31 Oct 2011                24                             5,000            –            5,000
Standard Bank                                           2 Months     Notice deposit   28 Sept 2011                   3                          5,000            –            5,000
Nedbank                                                 7 Months     Notice deposit   28 Febr 2012                   3                          5,000            –            5,000
Investec                                                8 Months     Notice deposit   29 Mar 2012                    3                          5,000            –            5,000
FNB                                                     12 Months    Notice deposit   28 Jul 2012                    3                          5,000            –            5,000
Municipality sub-total                                                                                          461                          105,000             –          105,000

Entities




Entities sub-total                                                                                               –                                –              –               –

TOTAL INVESTMENTS AND INTEREST                     2                                                            461                          105,000             –          105,000
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC6 Monthly Budget Statement - transfers and grant receipts - M01 July
                                                               2010/11                                                   Budget Year 2011/12
                                 Description            Ref   Audited         Original        Adjusted     Monthly                       YearTD         YTD        YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                         YearTD actual
                                                              Outcome         Budget           Budget       actual                       budget       variance   variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                         %
RECEIPTS:                                               1,2

Operating Transfers and Grants
   National Government:                                           55,142          58,844          58,844      23,668           23,668             –     23,668   #DIV/0!        58,844
Local Government Equitable Share                                  53,333          56,804          56,804      23,668           23,668             –     23,668   #DIV/0!        56,804
Finance Management                                                 1,000           1,250           1,250             –             –              –         –                    1,250
Municipal Systems Improvement                                        809            790             790              –             –              –         –                      790
   Provincial Government:                                         62,339          45,714          45,714         485              485             –        485   #DIV/0!        45,714
Health subsidy                                                           –               12          12              –             –              –         –                       12
Housing                                                           32,405          37,540          37,540             –             –              –         –                   37,540
LGWSETA                                                              500            600             600          173              173             –        173   #DIV/0!           600
Learnership SETA                                         4           800            500             500              –             –              –         –                      500
Proclaimed Roads                                                   9,010            115             115              –             –              –         –                      115
Proj Prepararion Fund Ground water                                       58              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Upgrading land ownership                                                 81              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Medicinal Plants Projects De Doorns                                      67              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Work for water                                                     4,207           5,267           5,267             –             –              –         –                    5,267
Add Staff at Publiv Liabraries                                       730            936             936          312              312             –        312   #DIV/0!           936
CDW grant Operational Support                                        536            208             208              –             –              –         –                      208
Geographic Information System                                            45              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Housing Consumer Education grant                                         25              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Prov Mangement Support Grant - HR                                    213                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Top Structures: Touwsriver                                               6               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Top Structures: Sunnyside Hostel                                         1               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Top Structures: 708 Avian Park                                       222                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Top Structures - Additional 10/11                                 11,360                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Top Structures - Avian Park 438 Houses                                   –               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Land Rehabilitation Additional 10/11                                 924                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Dept Culture Affairs and Sport DE Doorns                             500                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Dept Culture Affairs and Sport 08/09                                 650                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
EPWP Grant from Provincial                                                          536             536              –             –              –         –                      536
   District Municipality:                                            263                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Housing Consumer Education                                               6               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Capacity Buiilding for 20 Ward Commitees                                 34              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Facility Reg of Immovable Property BVM                               150                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Clean up Campaign of Sanhills Village                                    9               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Waste Removal in Sandhills Village                                       58              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Tourism Development grant - Training                                     7               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
   Other grant providers:                                                6               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Unicity Cape Town - Comm Kits                                            1               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Housing HCE Workshops                                                    5               –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Total Operating Transfers and Grants                     5       117,751        104,558          104,558      24,153           24,153             –     24,153   #DIV/0!       104,558

Capital Transfers and Grants

   National Government:                                           18,390          26,982          26,982      14,939           14,939             –     14,939   #DIV/0!        26,982
Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG)                              18,390          25,482          25,482      14,939           14,939             –     14,939   #DIV/0!        25,482
Integrated National Electification Program                               –         1,500           1,500             –             –              –         –                    1,500
   Provincial Government:                                         29,746           2,035           2,035             –             –              –         –                    2,035
Add Staff at Publiv Liabraries                                       273                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
De Doorns Taxi Shelter (Non Motorist)                                    37              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Speedcalming Springveld (Non Motorist)                               110                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Upgrading Zwel Taxi Rank (Non Motorist)                                  65              –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Proclaimed Roads                                                   1,545           1,235           1,235             –             –              –         –                    1,235
Add De Doorns South of N1                                         27,716                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Alteration to Traffic Centre Building                                    –          800             800              –             –              –         –                      800
   District Municipality:                                          1,300                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Roads - Worcester Upgrading                                        1,300                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
   Other grant providers:                                          4,929           1,550           1,550             –             –              –         –                    1,550
National Lottery Zwel sport grounds                                  461           1,050           1,050             –             –              –         –                    1,050
Public Connections 09/10                                           2,968                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Electricity Dept Mineral and Energy                                1,500                 –           –               –             –              –         –                       –
Development BP to Total Garage                                           –          500             500              –             –              –         –                      500
Total Capital Transfers and Grants                       5        54,365          30,567          30,567      14,939           14,939             –     14,939   #DIV/0!        30,567

TOTAL RECEIPTS OF TRANSFERS & GRANTS                     5       172,115        135,125          135,125      39,092           39,092             –     39,092   #DIV/0!       135,125
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC7 Monthly Budget Statement - transfers and grant expenditure - M01 July
                                                              2010/11                                                    Budget Year 2011/12
                                 Description            Ref   Audited        Original        Adjusted     Monthly                        YearTD         YTD        YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                         YearTD actual
                                                              Outcome        Budget           Budget       actual                        budget       variance   variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                         %
EXPENDITURE

Operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants
   National Government:                                          55,142          58,844          58,844       4,767             4,767             –      4,767   #DIV/0!        58,844
Local Government Equitable Share                                 53,333          56,804          56,804       4,734             4,734             –      4,734   #DIV/0!        56,804
Finance Management                                                1,000           1,250           1,250             34             34             –         34   #DIV/0!         1,250
Municipal Systems Improvement                                       809            790             790              –              –              –         –                      790
   Provincial Government:                                        62,339          45,714          45,714       2,284             2,284             –      2,284   #DIV/0!        45,714
Health subsidy                                                          –               12          12              –              –              –         –                       12
Housing                                                          32,405          37,540          37,540             –              –              –         –                   37,540
LGWSETA                                                             500            600             600              8               8             –          8   #DIV/0!           600
Learnership SETA                                                    800            500             500              –              –              –         –                      500
Proclaimed Roads                                                  9,010            115             115              –              –              –         –                      115
Proj Prepararion Fund Ground water                                      58              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Upgrading land ownership                                                81              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Medicinal Plants Projects De Doorns                                     67              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Work for water                                                    4,207           5,267           5,267         241               241             –        241   #DIV/0!         5,267
Add Staff at Publiv Liabraries                                      730            936             936              47             47             –         47   #DIV/0!           936
CDW grant Operational Support                                       536            208             208              6               6             –          6   #DIV/0!           208
Geographic Information System                                           45              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Housing Consumer Education grant                                        25              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Prov Mangement Support Grant - HR                                   213                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Top Structures: Touwsriver                                              6               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Top Structures: Sunnyside Hostel                                        1               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Top Structures: 708 Avian Park                                      222                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Top Structures - Additional 10/11                                11,360                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Top Structures - Avian Park 438 Houses                                  –               –           –         1,982             1,982             –      1,982   #DIV/0!            –
Land Rehabilitation Additional 10/11                                924                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Dept Culture Affairs and Sport DE Doorns                            500                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Dept Culture Affairs and Sport 08/09                                650                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
EPWP Grant from Provincial                                              –          536             536              –              –              –         –                      536
   District Municipality:                                           263                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Housing Consumer Education                                              6               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Capacity Buiilding for 20 Ward Commitees                                34              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Facility Reg of Immovable Property BVM                              150                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Clean up Campaign of Sanhills Village                                   9               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Waste Removal in Sandhills Village                                      58              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Tourism Development grant - Training                                    7               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
   Other grant providers:                                               6               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Unicity Cape Town - Comm Kits                                           1               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Housing HCE Workshops                                                   5               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Total operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants:            117,751        104,558          104,558       7,052             7,052             –      7,052   #DIV/0!       104,558

Capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants
   National Government:                                          18,390          26,982          26,982       1,433             1,433             –      1,433   #DIV/0!        26,982
Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG)                             18,390          25,482          25,482       1,433             1,433             –      1,433   #DIV/0!        25,482
Integrated National Electification Program                              –         1,500           1,500             –              –              –         –                    1,500
   Provincial Government:                                        29,746           2,035           2,035             –              –              –         –                    2,035
Add Staff at Publiv Liabraries                                      273                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
De Doorns Taxi Shelter (Non Motorist)                                   37              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Speedcalming Springveld (Non Motorist)                              110                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Upgrading Zwel Taxi Rank (Non Motorist)                                 65              –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Proclaimed Roads                                                  1,545           1,235           1,235             –              –              –         –                    1,235
Add De Doorns South of N1                                        27,716                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Alteration to Traffic Centre Building                                   –          800             800              –              –              –         –                      800
   District Municipality:                                         1,300                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Roads - Worcester Upgrading                                       1,300                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
   Other grant providers:                                         4,929           1,550           1,550             –              –              –         –                    1,550
National Lottery Zwel sport grounds                                 461           1,050           1,050             –              –              –         –                    1,050
National Lottery Zwel sport grounds                               2,968                 –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Public Connections 09/10                                          1,500                 –           –               –              –              –                                 –
Electricity Dept Mineral and Energy                                     –          500             500              –              –              –         –                      500
Development BP to Total Garage                                          –               –           –               –              –              –         –                       –
Total capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants                54,365          30,567          30,567       1,433             1,433             –      1,433   #DIV/0!        30,567

TOTAL EXPENDITURE OF TRANSFERS AND GRANTS                       172,115        135,125          135,125       8,485             8,485             –      8,485   #DIV/0!       135,125
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC8 Monthly Budget Statement - counillor and staff benefits - M01 July
                                                               2010/11                                                     Budget Year 2011/12
       Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration   Ref   Audited        Original       Adjusted       Monthly                        YearTD           YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                           YearTD actual
                                                               Outcome        Budget          Budget         actual                        budget         variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                              %
                                                         1        A              B              C                                                                                   D
Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other)
   Salary                                                             7,344          8,288          8,288         634               634            691         (57)     -8%             8,288
   Pension Contributions                                               763            835            835              48             48             70         (22)    -31%              835
   Medical Aid Contributions                                           150            193            193              8               8             16          (8)    -49%              193
   Motor vehicle allowance                                            1,208          1,317          1,317         177               177            110          67      61%             1,317
   Cellphone allowance                                                 509            640            640              45             45             53                                   640
   Housing allowance                                                   171            206            206              5               5             17         (12)    -71%              206
Sub Total - Councillors                                           10,145          11,479         11,479           917               917            957         (39)     -4%          11,479
   % increase                                            4                     13.1%          13.1%                                                                               13.1%

Senior Managers of the Municipality                      3
   Salary                                                             3,121          3,289          3,289         264               264            274         (10)     -4%             3,289
   Pension Contributions                                               207            331            331              17             17             28         (10)    -37%              331
   Medical Aid Contributions                                             84           108            108              6               6              9          (3)    -28%              108
   Motor vehicle allowance                                             551            590            590              46             46             49          (3)     -7%              590
   Cellphone allowance                                                 105            129            129              9               9             11          (2)    -17%              129
   Housing allowance                                                     –               –            –               –              –              –           –                         –
   Performance Bonus                                                   519            608            608              –              –              51         (51)    -100%             608
   Other benefits or allowances                                        113            207            207              –              –              17         (17)    -100%             207
   In-kind benefits                                      2               –               –            –               –              –              –           –                         –
Sub Total - Senior Managers of Municipality                           4,700        5,262          5,262           342               342            439         (96)    -22%           5,262
   % increase                                            4                     12.0%          12.0%                                                                               12.0%

Other Municipal Staff
   Basic Salaries and Wages                                       99,188        116,422         116,422         7,926             7,926           9,702     (1,776)    -18%         116,422
   Pension Contributions                                          16,442          19,539         19,539         1,396             1,396           1,628       (232)    -14%          19,539
   Medical Aid Contributions                                      11,805          18,945         18,945         1,039             1,039           1,579       (539)    -34%          18,945
   Motor vehicle allowance                                            3,971          4,735          4,735         337               337            395         (58)    -15%             4,735
   Cellphone allowance                                                 349            448            448              32             32             37          (5)    -14%              448
   Housing allowance                                                   972           1,248          1,248             70             70            104         (34)    -33%             1,248
   Overtime                                                       10,278             5,493          5,502             –              –             458        (458)    -100%            5,502
   Performance Bonus                                                     –               –            –               –              –              –           –                         –
   Other benefits or allowances                                   10,757             9,522          9,513         819               819            793          26      3%              9,513
   In-kind benefits                                      2               –               –            –               –              –              –           –                         –
Sub Total - Other Municipal Staff                                153,763         176,353        176,353        11,619            11,619          14,696     (3,077)    -21%         176,353
   % increase                                            4                     14.7%          14.7%                                                                               14.7%

Total Parent Municipality                                        168,608         193,094        193,094        12,878            12,878          16,091     (3,213)    -20%         193,094
                                                                               14.5%          14.5%                                                                               14.5%
Unpaid salary, allowances & benefits in arrears:

TOTAL SALARY, ALLOWANCES & BENEFITS                              168,608         193,094        193,094        12,878            12,878          16,091     (3,213)    -20%         193,094
  % increase                                             4                     14.5%          14.5%                                                                               14.5%
TOTAL MANAGERS AND STAFF                                         158,463        181,615         181,615        11,961            11,961          15,135                             181,615
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC9 Monthly Budget Statement - actuals and revised targets for cash receipts - M01 July
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2011/12 Medium Term Revenue &
                                                                                                                                  Budget Year 2011/12
                              Description               Ref                                                                                                                                                                               Expenditure Framework
                                                               July        August       Sept          October        Nov           Dec          January      Feb          March        April           May          June          Budget Year    Budget Year    Budget Year
R thousands                                             1     Outcome      Budget       Budget        Budget        Budget        Budget        Budget      Budget        Budget       Budget         Budget        Budget          2011/12       +1 2012/13     +2 2013/14
Cash Receipts By Source
   Property rates                                                3,887        6,255        7,556         5,661         6,343         5,136         5,151       5,254         5,307        5,360          6,632         9,215           71,756         72,881         77,254
   Property rates - penalties & collection charges                    33        44             41           42             42            43           43           43             43           42            42            54             511            542            574
   Service charges - electricity revenue                        18,336       22,348       21,937        21,726        20,729        19,777        20,505      19,736        20,506       21,570         23,216        31,446          261,832        276,362        290,824
   Service charges - water revenue                               2,646        2,335        2,245         3,165         3,426         3,980         4,350       4,450         3,776        3,118          2,722         1,773           37,985         40,264         42,680
   Service charges - sanitation revenue                          2,311        3,423        3,480         3,589         4,262         3,547         4,189       4,485         3,938        2,786          2,705         3,283           41,998         44,518         47,189
   Service charges - refuse                                      1,561        1,893        1,937         1,957         1,937         1,978         1,943       2,004         2,049        2,175          2,269         2,578           24,282         25,738         27,283
   Service charges - other                                       1,799          –              –            –              –             –            –            –              –            –             –        (1,799)              –              –              –
   Rental of facilities and equipment                              834         938          925            933             917           914         927           989        985          992               998       1,060           11,412         12,097         12,823
   Interest earned - external investments                          211         425          345            480             690           802         780           680        820          780               650        837             7,500          7,950          8,427
   Interest earned - outstanding debtors                           177         184          192            176             176           162         169           163        165          165               162        155             2,046          2,169          2,299
   Dividends received                                                 –         –              –            –              –             –            –            –              –            –             –             –               –              –              –
   Fines                                                           594         719          766            778             783           791         795           799        795          785               791        894             9,290          9,847         10,438
   Licences and permits                                            239         206          269            250             194           221         216           199        196          181               183        173             2,527          2,678          2,839
   Agency services                                                    –        330          340            315             360           340         305           301        301          286               281        604             3,763          3,988          4,228
   Transfer receipts - operating                                24,153        6,905         921          5,965        27,480             947       4,031       4,931        18,576        4,581          4,581         1,488          104,558        107,553        113,472
   Other revenue                                                 2,999         653          653            653             653           653         653           653        653          653               653      (1,694)           7,836          8,306          8,805
Cash Receipts by Source                                         59,780       46,657       41,606        45,689        67,992        39,290        44,057      44,687        58,110       43,473         45,884        50,068          587,294        614,894        649,135
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   Transfer receipts - capital                                  14,939        3,565        3,165         3,265         2,765         3,165           599       4,000         3,528             –             –        (8,424)          30,567         30,983         72,688
   Contributions & Contributed assets                                 –         –              –            –              –             –            –            –              –            –             –             –               –              –              –
   Proceeds on disposal of PPE                                        –         –              –            –              –             –            –            –          150              –             –             –              150            300            150
   Short term loans                                                   –         –              –            –              –             –            –            –              –            –             –             –               –              –              –
   Borrowing long term/refinancing                                    –         –              –            –              –             –        51,000           –              –            –             –             –           51,000             –              –
   Increase in consumer deposits                                      –             9          –                8          –               9          –              9            –              9           –               9             53             55             58
   Receipt of non-current debtors                                     –         –              –            –              –             –            –            –              –            –             –             –               –              –              –
   Receipt of non-current receivables                                 –         (25)           (25)         (25)           (25)          (25)        (25)          (25)        (25)            (25)          (25)          (50)          (300)          (200)          (200)
   Change in non-current investments                            (15,000)        –         45,000            –        (20,000)       10,000         5,000           –        15,000       10,000              –       (45,000)           5,000          5,000          5,000
Total Cash Receipts by Source                                   59,719       50,206       89,746        48,937        50,732        52,439       100,631      48,671        76,763       53,457         45,859        (3,397)         673,764        651,032        726,831
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Cash Payments by Type                                                                                                                                                                                                      –
   Employee related costs                                       11,961       14,840       14,926        15,190        15,199        15,255        15,298      15,235        15,305       15,305         15,311        17,790          181,615        191,121        207,270
   Remuneration of councillors                                     917         956          957            956             957           956         957           956        957          957               956        996            11,479         12,167         12,897
   Interest paid                                                      –         –         14,432            –              –             –            –            –        16,949             –             –             –           31,382         32,082         29,485
   Bulk purchases - Electricity                                 18,096        9,000       22,043        11,964        12,071        11,363        11,767      13,335        15,240       16,510         17,100        13,906          172,394        182,738        193,702
   Bulk purchases - Water & Sewer                                     26        22             36           45             58            59           60           59             57           54            51            39             568            602            638
   Other materials                                                 407        3,800        3,800         3,850         3,830         3,850         3,850       4,015         4,025        4,250          3,920         7,025           46,622         48,806         51,205
   Contracted services                                                13       255          101            215             250           240         210           235        245          215               210        463             2,652          2,772          2,980
   Grants and subsidies paid - other municipalities                   –         –              –            –              –             –            –            –              –            –             –             –               –              –              –
   Grants and subsidies paid - other                                  2         19                          19             19            19                        19                          19            19            17             150            150            169
   General expenses                                             10,972        9,825        9,227        10,478         8,428         9,129         9,729       9,979        10,017        9,948          9,815         7,969          115,516        116,156        122,626
Cash Payments by Type                                           42,394       38,716       65,522        42,717        40,812        40,871        41,871      43,833        62,796       47,258         47,382        48,204          562,377        586,594        620,974
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Other Cash Flows/Payments by Type
   Capital assets                                                1,567        7,973       12,609         7,884        19,583        10,621        11,238       6,514         6,841        6,587          6,786        15,311          113,513         47,160         76,804
   Repayment of borrowing                                             –         –         11,267            –              –             –            –            –        12,133             –             –             –           23,399         24,178         28,203
   Other Cash Flows/Payments                                          –         –              –            –              –             –            –            –              –            –             –             –               –              –              –
Total Cash Payments by Type                                     43,961       46,689       89,398        50,601        60,395        51,492        53,109      50,347        81,769       53,845         54,168        63,515          699,289        657,932        725,980
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NET INCREASE/(DECREASE) IN CASH HELD                            15,758        3,516         348          (1,663)      (9,663)            947      47,522      (1,676)       (5,006)        (387)        (8,309)      (66,913)         (25,524)        (6,900)           851
   Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year beginning:           37,281       53,039       56,555        56,904        55,240        45,578        46,525      94,047        92,371       87,365         86,978        78,669           37,281         11,757          4,856
   Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year end:                 53,039       56,555       56,904        55,240        45,578        46,525        94,047      92,371        87,365       86,978         78,669        11,757           11,757          4,856          5,707
WC025 Breede Valley - NOT REQUIRED - municipality does not have entities or this is the parent municipality's budget - M01 July
                                                                      2010/11                                               Budget Year 2011/12
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Revenue By Source
   Property rates                                                                                                                                              –
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Expenditure By Type
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Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation                                                –              –          –             –             –              –         –                       –
WC025 Breede Valley - NOT REQUIRED - municipality does not have entities or this is the parent municipality's budget - M01 July
                                                        2010/11                                               Budget Year 2011/12
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WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC12 Monthly Budget Statement - capital expenditure trend - M01 July
                                                  2010/11                                             Budget Year 2011/12

                            Month                                                                                                                          % spend of
                                                 Audited      Original     Adjusted     Monthly                       YearTD           YTD        YTD
                                                                                                      YearTD actual                                         Original
                                                 Outcome      Budget        Budget       actual                       budget         variance   variance
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R thousands                                                                                                                                        %
Monthly expenditure performance trend
  July                                                4,025       10,121       10,121       1,564            1,564          10,121      8,557    84.6%        1%
  August                                              7,545        7,973        8,465             –                         18,586         –
  September                                          17,441       12,609       12,609             –                         31,195         –
  October                                             9,014        7,869        7,869             –                         39,064         –
  November                                           13,821       19,598       19,598             –                         58,662         –
  December                                            7,199       10,621       10,621             –                         69,282         –
  January                                            24,808       11,238       11,238             –                         80,520         –
  February                                            6,801        6,514        6,514             –                         87,035         –
  March                                              15,760        6,841        6,841             –                         93,875         –
  April                                               6,655        6,587        6,587             –                     100,462            –
  May                                                11,289        6,286        6,286             –                     106,748            –
  June                                               13,177        7,257        7,257             –                     114,005            –
Total Capital expenditure                           137,534     113,513      114,005        1,564
WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC13a Monthly Budget Statement - capital expenditure on new assets by asset class - M01 July
                                                                           2010/11                                                            Budget Year 2011/12
                                Description                      Ref      Audited            Original        Adjusted       Monthly                              YearTD          YTD           YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                                              YearTD actual
                                                                          Outcome            Budget           Budget         actual                              budget        variance      variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                        1                                                                                                                            %
Capital expenditure on new assets by Asset Class/Sub-class

Infrastructure                                                               130,156           109,097         109,589            1,567              1,567           9,861        8,294       84.1%        109,589
    Infrastructure - Road transport                                           16,957              1,694           1,694               –                 –                 –          –                       1,694
           Roads, Pavements & Bridges                                         11,450              1,694           1,694               –                 –                 –          –                       1,694
           Storm water                                                          5,507                   –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Infrastructure - Electricity                                              14,939            47,220          47,339              125                125           3,909        3,784       96.8%         47,220
           Generation                                                                –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
           Transmission & Reticulation                                        14,899            46,960          47,078              121                121           3,909        3,788       96.9%         46,960
           Street Lighting                                                           40            261             261                    3                 3             –          (3)     #DIV/0!           261
    Infrastructure - Water                                                      6,489           13,104          13,596                    8                 8             47         38       82.2%         13,596
           Dams & Reservoirs                                                         –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
           Water purification                                                        –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
           Reticulation                                                         6,489           13,104          13,596                    8                 8             47         38       82.2%         13,596
    Infrastructure - Sanitation                                               91,772            47,078          47,078            1,434              1,434           5,905        4,471       75.7%         47,078
           Reticulation                                                         7,641              225             225                    0                 0         225           224       99.8%            225
           Sewerage purification                                              84,131            46,854          46,854            1,433              1,433           5,680        4,247       74.8%         46,854
    Infrastructure - Other                                                           –                  –         (119)                 (0)                (0)            –              0   #DIV/0!            –
           Waste Management                                                          –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
           Transportation                                                            –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
           Gas                                                                       –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
           Other                                                                     –                  –         (119)                 (0)                (0)            –              0   #DIV/0!            –

Community                                                                         543              600             600                –                 –             100           100      100.0%            600
    Parks & gardens                                                                  –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Sportsfields & stadia                                                            –             400             400                –                 –             100           100      100.0%            400
    Swimming pools                                                                   –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Community halls                                                                  –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Libraries                                                                        –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Recreational facilities                                                       125                   –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Fire, safety & emergency                                                      110                   –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Security and policing                                                         308              200             200                –                 –                 –          –                         200
    Buses                                                                            –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Clinics                                                                          –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Museums & Art Galleries                                                          –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Cemeteries                                                                       –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Social rental housing                                                            –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Other                                                                            –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
Heritage assets                                                                      –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Buildings                                                                        –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Other                                                                            –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
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Investment properties                                                                –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Housing development                                                              –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Other                                                                            –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
Other assets                                                                    6,603             3,771           3,771                   0                 0         160           160       99.9%          3,771
    General vehicles                                                            2,745              930             930                –                 –                 –          –                         930
    Specialised vehicles                                                          759              500             500                –                 –                 –          –                         500
    Plant & equipment                                                             523             1,274           1,274                   0                 0         160           160       99.9%          1,274
    Computers - hardware/equipment                                                382                   –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Furniture and other office equipment                                          467              267             267                –                 –                 –          –                         267
    Abattoirs                                                                        –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Markets                                                                          –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Civic Land and Buildings                                                         –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Other Buildings                                                             1,722              800             800                –                 –                 –          –                         800
    Other Land                                                                       –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                                       –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Other                                                                                5              –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –

Agricultural assets                                                                  –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    List sub-class                                                                   –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
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Biological assets                                                                    –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    List sub-class                                                                   –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
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Intangibles                                                                       142                   45          45                –                 –                 –          –                          45
    Computers - software & programming                                            142                   45          45                –                 –                 –          –                          45
    Other                                                                                                                             –                 –                 –          –

Total Capital Expenditure on new assets                            1         137,444           113,513         114,005            1,567              1,567          10,121        8,554       84.5%        114,005


Specialised vehicles                                                                 –             500             500                –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Refuse                                                                           –             500             500                –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Fire                                                                             –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Conservancy                                                                      –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
    Ambulances                                                                       –                  –           –                 –                 –                 –          –                          –
References
1. Total Capital Expenditure on new assets (SC13a) plus Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets (SC13b) must reconcile to total capital expenditure in Table C5

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WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC13b Monthly Budget Statement - capital expenditure on renewal of existing assets by asset class - M01 July
                                                                           2010/11                                                         Budget Year 2011/12
                                Description                      Ref      Audited          Original        Adjusted         Monthly                           YearTD          YTD        YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                                          YearTD actual
                                                                          Outcome          Budget           Budget           actual                           budget        variance   variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                        1                                                                                                                      %
Capital expenditure on renewal of existing assets by Asset Class/Sub-class

Infrastructure                                                                       47               –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Infrastructure - Road transport                                                  –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Roads, Pavements & Bridges                                                –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Storm water                                                               –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Infrastructure - Electricity                                                     47               –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Generation                                                                –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Transmission & Reticulation                                               47               –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Street Lighting                                                           –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Infrastructure - Water                                                           –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Dams & Reservoirs                                                         –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Water purification                                                        –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Reticulation                                                              –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Infrastructure - Sanitation                                                      –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Reticulation                                                              –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Sewerage purification                                                     –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Infrastructure - Other                                                           –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Waste Management                                                          –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Transportation                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Gas                                                                       –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
           Other                                                                     –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –

Community                                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Parks & gardens                                                                  –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Sportsfields & stadia                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Swimming pools                                                                   –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Community halls                                                                  –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Libraries                                                                        –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Recreational facilities                                                          –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Fire, safety & emergency                                                         –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Security and policing                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Buses                                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Clinics                                                                          –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Museums & Art Galleries                                                          –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Cemeteries                                                                       –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Social rental housing                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Other                                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
Heritage assets                                                                      –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Buildings                                                                        –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Other                                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
                                                                                                                                                                                  –
Investment properties                                                                –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Housing development                                                              –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Other                                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
Other assets                                                                         43               –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    General vehicles                                                                 –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Specialised vehicles                                                             –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Plant & equipment                                                                43               –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Computers - hardware/equipment                                                   –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Furniture and other office equipment                                             –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Abattoirs                                                                        –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Markets                                                                          –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Civic Land and Buildings                                                         –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Other Buildings                                                                  –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Other Land                                                                       –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                                       –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Other                                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –

Agricultural assets                                                                  –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    List sub-class                                                                   –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
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Biological assets                                                                    –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    List sub-class                                                                   –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
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Intangibles                                                                          –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Computers - software & programming                                               –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Other                                                                            –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –

Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets            1                 90               –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –


Specialised vehicles                                                                 –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Refuse                                                                           –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Fire                                                                             –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Conservancy                                                                      –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
    Ambulances                                                                       –                –             –                 –              –                 –          –                       –
References
1. Total Capital Expenditure on new assets (SC13a) plus Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets (SC13b) must reconcile to total capital expenditure in Table C5

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WC025 Breede Valley - Supporting Table SC13c Monthly Budget Statement - expenditure on repairs and maintenance by asset class - M01 July
                                                               2010/11                                                          Budget Year 2011/12
                               Description               Ref   Audited           Original        Adjusted     Monthly                             YearTD             YTD           YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                                YearTD actual
                                                               Outcome           Budget           Budget       actual                             budget           variance      variance   Forecast
R thousands                                               1                                                                                                                         %
Repairs and maintenance expenditure by Asset Class/Sub-class

Infrastructure                                                    25,338            28,337          28,337          284                  284          2,361           2,077       88.0%         28,337
   Infrastructure - Road transport                                 7,491              8,558           8,558             71                71           713              642       90.0%          8,558
          Roads, Pavements & Bridges                               6,497              7,560           7,560             70                70           630              560       88.8%          7,560
          Storm water                                                994               998             998                  1                 1            83            83       99.3%            998
   Infrastructure - Electricity                                      135               155             155              –                 –                13            13      100.0%            155
          Generation                                                     –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
          Transmission & Reticulation                                    –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
          Street Lighting                                            135               155             155              –                 –                13            13      100.0%            155
   Infrastructure - Water                                         12,458            14,770          14,770          144                  144          1,231           1,087       88.3%         14,770
          Dams & Reservoirs                                              –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
          Water purification                                       3,009              4,414           4,414             43                43           368              325       88.3%          4,414
          Reticulation                                             9,449            10,356          10,356          101                  101           863              762       88.3%         10,356
   Infrastructure - Sanitation                                     4,440              3,906           3,906             60                60           326              265       81.4%          3,906
          Reticulation                                             3,414              3,316           3,316             60                60           276              216       78.1%          3,316
          Sewerage purification                                    1,026               590             590              –                 –                49            49      100.0%            590
   Infrastructure - Other                                            814               949             949                  9                 9            79            70       88.5%            949
          Waste Management                                               13                 90          90              –                 –                    8             8   100.0%             90
          Transportation                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
          Gas                                                            –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
          Other                                                      801               859             859                  9                 9            72            63       87.3%            859

Community                                                                –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Parks & gardens                                                       –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Sportsfields & stadia                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Swimming pools                                                        –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Community halls                                                       –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Libraries                                                             –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Recreational facilities                                               –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Fire, safety & emergency                                              –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Security and policing                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Buses                                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Clinics                                                               –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Museums & Art Galleries                                               –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Cemeteries                                                            –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Social rental housing                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Other                                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
Heritage assets                                                          –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Buildings                                                             –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Other                                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
                                                                                                                                                                         –
Investment properties                                                    –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Housing development                                                   –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Other                                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
Other assets                                                      17,743            18,284          18,284          123                  123          1,524           1,401       91.9%         18,284
   General vehicles                                                5,442              4,845           4,845             28                28           404              376       93.0%          4,845
   Specialised vehicles                                                  –                  –           –                                 –                –             –                          –
   Plant & equipment                                               4,435              4,831           4,831             51                51           403              352       87.4%          4,831
   Computers - hardware/equipment                                        –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Furniture and other office equipment                                      3              30          30              –                 –                    3             3   100.0%             30
   Abattoirs                                                             –                  –           –                                 –                –             –                          –
   Markets                                                               –                  –           –                                 –                –             –                          –
   Civic Land and Buildings                                              –                  –           –                                 –                –             –                          –
   Other Buildings                                                 7,445              8,349           8,349             44                44           696              652       93.7%          8,349
   Other Land                                                            –                  –           –                                 –                –             –                          –
   Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                            –                  –           –                                 –                –             –                          –
   Other                                                             417               230             230              –                 –                19            19      100.0%            230

Agricultural assets                                                      –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   List sub-class                                                        –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
                                                                         –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –

Biological assets                                                        –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   List sub-class                                                        –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
                                                                         –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –

Intangibles                                                              –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Computers - software & programming                                    –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Other                                                                 –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –

Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure                         43,081            46,622          46,622          407                  407          3,885           3,478       89.5%         46,622


Specialised vehicles                                                     –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Refuse                                                                –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Fire                                                                  –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Conservancy                                                           –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
   Ambulances                                                            –                  –           –               –                 –                –             –                          –
References
Chart C1 2011/12 Capital Expenditure Monthly Trend: actual v target
                                                                                                                                                    Chart C1 2011/12 Capital Expenditure Monthly Trend: actual v target
Month             2010/11                  Original Budget             Adjusted Budget            Monthly actual
Jul                                4,025                      10,121                     10,121                    1,564                        25,000
Aug                                7,545                       7,973                      8,465                      –
Sep                               17,441                      12,609                     12,609                      –
Oct                                9,014                       7,869                      7,869                      –                          20,000
Nov                               13,821                      19,598                     19,598                      –
Dec                                7,199                      10,621                     10,621                      –
Jan                               24,808                      11,238                     11,238                      –                          15,000




                                                                                                                                    R'000
Feb                                6,801                       6,514                      6,514                      –
Mar                               15,760                       6,841                      6,841                      –
Apr                                6,655                       6,587                      6,587                      –                          10,000
May                               11,289                       6,286                      6,286                      –
Jun                               13,177                       7,257                      7,257                      –
                                                                                                                                                 5,000



                                                                                                                                                    –
                                                                                                                                                           Jul       Aug   Sep    Oct   Nov    Dec   Jan    Feb   Mar    Apr   May    Jun
                                                                                                                                      2010/11             4,025     7,545 17,441 9,014 13,821 7,199 24,808 6,801 15,760 6,655 11,289 13,177
                                                                                                                                      Original Budget     10,121 7,973 12,609 7,869 19,598 10,621 11,238 6,514                        6,841    6,587      6,286    7,257
                                                                                                                                      Adjusted Budget 10,121 8,465 12,609 7,869 19,598 10,621 11,238 6,514                            6,841    6,587      6,286    7,257
                                                                                                                                      Monthly actual      1,564      –         –            –          –      –       –       –        –        –          –            –



Chart C2 2011/12 Capital Expenditure: YTD actual v YTD target                                                                                               Chart C2 2011/12 Capital Expenditure: YTD actual v YTD target
Month             YearTD actual            YearTD budget
Jul                                1,564                      10,121                                                               120,000
Aug                                                           18,586
Sep                                                           31,195
Oct                                                           39,064                                                               100,000
Nov                                                           58,662
Dec                                                           69,282
Jan                                                           80,520                                                                80,000
Feb                                                           87,035
Mar                                                           93,875




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Apr                                                          100,462                                                                60,000
May                                                          106,748
Jun                                                          114,005
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                                                                                                                                            –
                                                                                                                                                   Jul      Aug          Sep        Oct          Nov        Dec      Jan      Feb        Mar        Apr           May       Jun
                                                                                                                               YearTD actual      1,564      –            –          –            –          –        –        –          –          –             –         –
                                                                                                                               YearTD budget 10,121        18,586    31,195        39,064       58,662     69,282   80,520   87,035    93,875 100,462 106,748 114,005
Chart C3 Aged Consumer Debtors Analysis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Chart C3 Aged Consumer Debtors Analysis
                      0-30 Days            31-60 Days                     61-90 Days           91-120 Days           121-150 Dys           151-180 Dys         181 Dys-1 Yr           Over 1Yr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    80,000
Budget Year 2011/12               79,546                          2,012                1,527                 1,273                 1,186                 899                  6,610         17,249
2010/11                           75,569                          1,911                1,451                 1,209                 1,127                 854                  6,280         16,386                  70,000

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0-30        31-60   61-90        91-120      121-150      151-180   181 Dys-1   Over 1Yr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Days         Days    Days          Days         Dys          Dys         Yr
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Budget Year 2011/12          79,546       2,012   1,527         1,273       1,186         899       6,610     17,249
                                                                                                                                                                                                     2010/11                      75,569       1,911   1,451            1,209    1,127         854       6,280     16,386
Chart C4 Consumer Debtors (total by Debtor Customer Category)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Chart C4 Consumer Debtors (total by Debtor Customer Category)
                      2010/11              Budget Year 2011/12
Government                         2,014                          2,076
Business                          10,851                         11,186                                                                                                                                               80,000
Households                        76,368                         78,729
Other                             17,761                         18,311                                                                                                                                               70,000

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Government           Business               Households              Other
                                                                                                                                                                                                       2010/11                          2,014               10,851                  76,368                17,761
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Budget Year 2011/12                 2,076               11,186               78,729                18,311
Chart C5 Aged Creditors Analysis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Chart C5 Aged Creditors Analysis
                                                                                                               Pensions /
                                                                                                               Retirement                                           Auditor                                80,000
                      Bulk Electricity       Bulk Water        PAYE deductions       VAT (output less input)   deductions       Loan repayments   Trade Creditors   General       Other
2010/11                                  –                –                      –                       –                  –                –                 –              –           –
                                                                                                                                                                                                           70,000
Budget Year 2011/12               22,662                  98                     –                    3,092           9,328                  –             10,583             –    74,979
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Bulk       Bulk       PAYE        VAT     Pensions     Loan     Trade      Auditor   Other
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                                                                                                                                                                                                 2010/11                   –         –           –         –           –        –          –          –         –
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Budget Year 2011/12   22,662        98          –       3,092      9,328       –        10,583       –       74,979

				
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