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					 Presentation to Portfolio
 Committee on Water and
  Environmental Affairs
Support Provided to Local Government

Department of Water Affairs: KwaZulu
                Natal



                          02 September 2009
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Introduction to KwaZulu-Natal – 9,2 million people
       District              Local Municipalities               WSA Municipality   Population
                   Vulamehlo; Umdoni; Umzumbe;
 Ugu                                                          Ugu DM                  680,000
                   Umuziwabantu; eZinqoleni; Hibiscus Coast
                   Mpofana; iMpendle; Msunduzi;               uMgungundlovu DM;
 uMgungundlovu                                                                        959,000
                   Mkhambathini; Richmond                     Msunduzi LM
                   Emnambithi/Ladysmith; Indaka; Umtshezi;
 uThukela                                                     uThukela DM             619,000
                   Okhahlamba; Imbabazane
 uMziyathi         Endumeni; Nquthu; Msinga; Umvoti           uMzinyathi DM           459,000
                                                              Amajuba DM;
 Amajuba           Newcastle; Utrecht; Dannhauser                                     489,000
                                                              Newcastle LM
                   eDumbe; uPhongolo; Abaqulusi; Nongoma;
 Zululand                                                     Zululand DM             771,000
                   Ulundi
                   Umhlabuyalingana; Jozini; The Big Five
 uMkhanyakude                                                 uMkhanyakude DM         539,000
                   False Bay; Hlabisa; Mtubatuba
                   Mbonambi; uMhlathuze; Ntambanana;          uThungulu DM;
 uThungulu                                                                            806,000
                   uMlalazi; Mthonjaneni; Nkandla             uMhlathuze LM
                   eNdondakusuka; kwaDukuza; Ndwedwe;
 iLembe                                                       iLembe DM               549,000
                   Maphumulo
                   Ingwe; KwaSani; Matatiele; Greater
 Sisonke                                                      Sisonke DM              319,000
                   Kokstad; Ubuhlebezwe
 eThekwini Metro                                              eThekwini Metro        2,993,000



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   Past Achievements
Functional area       Nature of support        Achievements      Benefiting WSA
Community Water       Water Supply and         674 Municipal     All 14 WSA‟s in KZN
Supply and            Sanitation               Projects Funded   (R 2,3 billion)
Sanitation Delivery   Infrastructure           between 1995
                                               and 2004


Institutional         Implementation of        WSA Capacity      13 x non-Metro WSA‟s
Capacity Building     Sustainable Water        built between     in KZN
                      Institutions Programme   1999 and 2005     (R 30 million)


Regional Bulk         uThukela Regional Bulk   Bulk Service      4 x uThukela Basin
Services Provision    Services Utility         Provider          WSA‟s
                                                                 (R 24 Million)


Municipal             Municipal Management     Municipal         13 x non-Metro WSA‟s
Management            Systems Interventions    Management        in KZN
Services                                       Systems           (R 9 million)
                                               developed



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Past Achievements (continued)
 •   Community Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructure
     Programme
      Implemented 1995 to 2004 across the Province
      Guided, funded and managed development of water
       and sanitation infrastructure in Rural Areas (R 2,3
       billion)
         • Support in needs assessment
         • Support in prioritisation
         • Support in Planning
         • Support in Implementation
         • Guidance on Operation & Maintenance




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Past Achievements (continued)
 •   Implementation of Sustainable Water Institutions
     Programme (ISWIP) (R30 million)
       Implemented 1999 to 2005
       Improve Capacity in 13 x WSA municipalities
       Funded a Water Services Authority support unit
        (4 x Staff members per WSA Municipality)
       Trained and developed unit to comply with
        requirements as per the Constitution and Water
        Services Act
       Entrenched taking of responsibility for service
        delivery by WSA municipality




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Past Achievements (continued)
  •   Establishment of uThukela Regional Bulk Services Utility
      (R24 million)
        Establishment Phase 2000 to 2004
        Guided and funded development of municipal
         partnership bulk services utility at 4 x Thukela Basin
         WSA municipalities:
           • Needs identification
           • Consultation
           • Establishment
           • Initial Operational Costs




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Past Achievements (continued)
 •   Municipal Management Systems Interventions (R9 million)
      Implemented 2000 to date at 13 x WSA municipalities
      Guided and funded development of municipal
       management systems at WSA municipalities:
         • M&E systems
         • Asset management systems
         • Infrastructure Development Planning and
           Implementation management systems
         • Section 78 analyses
         • Drinking Water Quality Monitoring and
           management systems




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 Institutions
KZN Institutions in water service provision

 Institution              Role in service delivery
 Umgeni Water           Provision of Water in eThekwini, Msunduzi LM,
                         in water service provision
        KZN InstitutionsuMgungundlovu Sisonke and iLembe DM‟s
 Mhlathuze Water          Provision of Water in uMhlathuze LM, uThungulu,
                          and uMkhanyakude DM‟s
 uThukela Water utility   Provision of Water in Newcastle LM, Amajuba and
                          uMzinyathi DM‟s
 Provincial Structures
 KZN WATSAN               Provincial Departments, WSA Municipalities, Water
                          Boards, DWA
 KZN Water Sector         Provincial Departments, WSA Municipalities, Water
 Forum                    Boards, NGO‟s, DWA
 Social & Economic        Premier‟s Office, Provincial Departments, DWA
 Structures


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Water Infrastructure – Umgeni Water




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      DWA Planned & Ongoing Interventions
Functional area        Planned intervention             Timeframe
Regulation             Planning Support                 Ongoing
                       Access to Water Services
                       Access to Sanitation
                       Access to Free Basic Services
                       Operations and DWQ
                       Effluent Quality

Special Programmes     Schools Water & Sanitation       From 2007 and
                       Regional Bulk Infrastructure     Ongoing
                       Water Availability Strategies
                       River Health Programmes

Provincial Agrarian    IWRM for Food Security and Job   From 2009 and
Revolution and Rural   Creation                         Ongoing
Development



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Planning (Regulation)
KZN Sector Advisory Committee
•   Technical, social and financial feasibility of projects reviewed
•   Ensures compliance with national policies, norms and standards
•   Recommends all WS projects for MIG funding and approves for
    DWAF funding
•   WSA allocate >80% of MIG for water and sanitation projects

2008/09 feasibility report recommendations
         Type              No               Value
        Water              65        R 1,552,207,201
     Sanitation            42          R 691,724,152
    Management             14           R 9,469,000
         Total            121        R 2,253,400,354


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 Access to water (Regulation)
KZN Water Backlog – 3,54 million people in 698,000 houses

Funding Required – R 10,500 million for RDP Level
Funding Available – R 1,000 million per annum (MIG)

WSA Capacity

2006/07 - 88% of WSA‟s MIG utilized for Water Services (R935m)
        - 97% of WSA‟s MIG allocation utilized

2007/08 - 81% of WSA‟s MIG utilized for Water Services (R992m)
        - 96% of WSA‟s MIG allocation utilized

2008/09 - 81% of WSA‟s MIG utilized for Water Services (Rm)
        - 98% of WSA‟s MIG allocation utilized




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Access to sanitation (Regulation)
KZN Sanitation backlog - 966,000 Households

Funding Required – R 4,600 million
Funding Available – R 260 million per Annum
  (MIG)

Capacity

Programme is held back by Lack of Funding =>
  Some Municipalities only implementing for 6
  months per year



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Access to FBS (Regulation)
• All 14 WSAs have policies for free basic water provision

• All WSAs providing free basic water

• Some providing FBW to all not just to indigent

• FBS guideline developed

• Working with DPLG and Provincial DTLGA to guide
  their Special Intervention Programme

• Access to FBW limited by access to infrastructure




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     Operations (Regulation)
      • Assistance provided to WSAs to develop Water Service
        Provider plans
      • Monthly reporting by WSA on WSP performance
      • Water and waste water quality reported monthly on
        eWQMS
                     Drinking   Appropriat
           Overall                           Appropriate   Frequency of
  Area                Water          e
           Score                             of Samples     Monitoring
                     Quality    Parameters

 South
           66.7%      44%         78.5%        50.3%          91%
 Africa

Kwa-Zulu
           83.5%     77.1%        90.5%        66.4%          100%
 Natal


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Special programmes
•   School Water and Sanitation
     08/09 & 09/10 DWA budget of R45.7m &
      R72.3m allocated to assist DOE
     Negotiated an IA agreement with Water
      Boards
     Implementation underway
     Target December 2009



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Special programmes
• Regional Bulk Infrastructure Programme
    To connect all stand alone Distribution and Reticulation
     Schemes to reliable and sustainable Sources
    8 of 14 WSA have adopted bulk water plans
    Consolidated WSA bulk planning into provincial
     perspective – requires updating
    Approx R18 billion CAPEX required
    Check Water Resource Availability
    Check PSGDS needs
    Access additional funding




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  Special programmes
  •   Regional Bulk Infrastructure Programme
       Implementation of the first 5 Schemes Started in 07/08
       Implementation of 7 Schemes started in 2009/10
  •   Funding


 2007/08        2008/09     2009/10       2010/11        2011/12
R69,917,00      R86,300,0   R93,950,0   R157,900,0 R291,900,0
    0              00          00          00         00




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  Special programmes - Bulk (R„000)
                                    Municipality   2007/08       2008/09       2009/10       2010/11       2011/12        2012/13

Nongoma                               Zululand       20,227         2,600         5,072                0             0              0

Mandlakazi                            Zululand       18,820        10,170        26,110        20,000        43,477            32,623

Hlabisa                            uMkhanyakude       6,554         8,996        24,972        16,135        16,532            20,813

Mathulini                               Ugu          13,316         8,284                0             0             0              0

Greater Mthonjaneni                  uThungulu       11,000        27,787         1,213        13,807        23,660            48,533

Greater Eston Water Scheme         uMgungundlovu             0      1,440                0     12,059        43,001            31,500

Greater Bulwer Donnybrook             Sisonke                0             0             0     12,000        25,987            22,013

Greytown Regional Bulk Scheme        uMzinyathi              0     12,500        11,250         6,250        10,187            24,313

Emadlangeni Bulk Regional scheme      Amajuba                0      9,588         9,911         5,501        15,187             9,813

Driefontein Complex Bulk Scheme      uThukela                0             0      2,757        15,243        17,187            25,386

Ngcebo Regional Bulk Scheme           iLembe                 0      5,435         1,665        26,150        34,472            33,278

Malangeni Waterborne Sanitation         Ugu                  0             0      8,870         1,106           525                 0

Mhlabatshane                            Ugu                  0             0             0     17,193        37,984            30,823

DUKUDUKU RESETTLEMENT WSP          uMkhanyakude              0             0      5,500        15,000        25,000            11,000

To be Prioritised                  uMkhanyakude              0             0             0             0             0          7,000

To be Prioritised                     Uthukela               0             0             0             0             0          5,000

To be Prioritised                     Amajuba                0             0             0             0             0          5,000

                                                     69,917        86,300        93,950       157,900       291,900           307,097




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Water availability
Coastal Metro Reconciliation Strategy

• To identify, evaluate and prioritise interventions to reconcile

   the water requirements with the available water resources

   up to 2030

• Develop a flexible strategy to accommodate changes in use

• Assess potential savings through WDCM

• To integrate augmentation and bulk supply options




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Study Supply Areas
                        Lower
                       Thukela
                     Supply Area




                            Mvoti Supply
                               Area



                       Mdloti
     Mgeni           Supply Area
   Supply Area




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Water availability
Reconciliation Strategies for rest of KZN

• Recon strategy development for balance of towns / dense

   settlements

• “Crisis” areas: Kokstad, Greytown, Mtubatuba, Highflats,

   Ixopo, Bulwer identified as priorities and nearly complete

• Screening for other priority areas

• All to be complete by end 2010




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     Challenges
• Engineering & Technical skills
    Sienza Manje deployees are enhancing the capacity
    “Non-Core” Programme Coordinating capacity
      • Schools Water Services Programme management
      • Regional Bulk Schemes Programme management
      • Regional Bulk Scheme implementation – lagging behind
• WSA and WSP capacity
    DLGTA intervention
    Ability of DWAF to intervene

• Financial (Lack of sufficient Funding)
    Some WSAs have consistently utilised their allocations and
     can accelerate implementation if Funds were available



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Thank you




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