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                    Municipality Name:             EC001 Buffalo City



                                CFO Name:           VINCENT PILLAY

                                            Tel:    043 705 1887                      Fax:

                                       E-Mail:      vincentp@buffalocity.gov.za


          Budget for MTREF starting:               2012                             Budget Year:

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Fin Year:              2012/13
  Organisational Structure Votes                                        Complete Votes & Sub-Votes                                   Select Org. Structure
Organisational Structure Votes                               Organisational Structure Sub-Votes                          Display Sub-Votes
Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services   Vote 1   Directorate - Executive Support Services
Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager               1.1         Office of The Director of Executive Support               1.1 - Office of The Director of Executive Support
Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer        1.2         Executive Mayor, Speaker & Mayoral Committee              1.2 - Executive Mayor, Speaker & Mayoral Committee
Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer         1.3         Councillors                                               1.3 - Councillors
Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services              1.4         Grants-In-Aid                                             1.4 - Grants-In-Aid
Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services            1.5         Public Participation & Ward Committees                    1.5 - Public Participation & Ward Committees
Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning            1.6         Strategic Support                                         1.6 - Strategic Support
Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety          1.7         Special Programmes                                        1.7 - Special Programmes
Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services              1.8         City Hall                                                 1.8 - City Hall
Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                  1.9         IDP                                                       1.9 - IDP
                                                      1.10         G I S Unit                                                1.10 - G I S Unit
                                                      1.11         Development Co-Operation                                  1.11 - Development Co-Operation
                                                      1.12         Public Relations & International Events                   1.12 - Public Relations & International Events
Vote 11 - [NAME OF VOTE 11]                           1.13         Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit               1.13 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit
Vote 12 - [NAME OF VOTE 12]                         Vote 2   Directorate - Municipal Manager
Vote 13 - [NAME OF VOTE 13]                            2.1         Office of The Municipal Manager & Support Services        2.1 - Office of The Municipal Manager & Support Services
Vote 14 - [NAME OF VOTE 14]                            2.2         Internal Audit                                            2.2 - Internal Audit
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]                            2.3         Legal Services                                            2.3 - Legal Services
                                                    Vote 3   Directorate - Chief Operations Officer
                                                       3.1         Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                              3.1 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit
                                                       3.2         Office of The Chief Operations Officer                    3.2 - Office of The Chief Operations Officer
                                                       3.3         Housing Department                                        3.3 - Housing Department
                                                       3.4         Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                              3.4 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit
                                                    Vote 4   Directorate - Chief Financial Officer
                                                       4.1         Office of The Director of Finance                         4.1 - Office of The Director of Finance
                                                       4.2         Support Services Office                                   4.2 - Support Services Office
                                                       4.3         Budget Office                                             4.3 - Budget Office
                                                       4.4         Asset Risk & Financial Services                           4.4 - Asset Risk & Financial Services
                                                       4.5         Supply Chain Management                                   4.5 - Supply Chain Management
                                                       4.6         Expenditure Office                                        4.6 - Expenditure Office
                                                       4.7         Salary Office                                             4.7 - Salary Office
                                                       4.8         Rates and Valuations Office                               4.8 - Rates and Valuations Office
                                                       4.9         Consolidated Billing & Miscellaneous Revenue Office       4.9 - Consolidated Billing & Miscellaneous Revenue Office
                                                      4.10         Debtors Management Office                                 4.10 - Debtors Management Office
                                                      4.11         Customer Care Office                                      4.11 - Customer Care Office
                                                      4.12         Pre-Payment Vending Office                                4.12 - Pre-Payment Vending Office
                                                    Vote 5   Directorate - Corporate Services
                                                       5.1         Office of The Director of Corporate Services              5.1 - Office of The Director of Corporate Services
                                                       5.2         Support Services Office                                   5.2 - Support Services Office
                                                       5.3         Administrative & Council Support                          5.3 - Administrative & Council Support
                                                       5.4         Auxilliary & Telecommunication Support                    5.4 - Auxilliary & Telecommunication Support
                                                       5.5         General Admin & Telecomm Services                         5.5 - General Admin & Telecomm Services
                                                       5.6         Management Information Services                           5.6 - Management Information Services
                                                       5.7         H.R. Administration                                       5.7 - H.R. Administration
                                                       5.8         Occupational Risk Management                              5.8 - Occupational Risk Management
                                                       5.9         Labour Relations                                          5.9 - Labour Relations
                                                      5.10         Organisational Development                                5.10 - Organisational Development
                                                      5.11         Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit               5.11 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit
                                                    Vote 6   Directorate - Engineering Services
                                                       6.1         Office of The Director of Engineering Services            6.1 - Office of The Director of Engineering Services
                                                       6.2         City Engineering Building                                 6.2 - City Engineering Building
                                                       6.3         Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                        6.3 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot
                                                       6.4         Beacon Bay Civic Centre                                   6.4 - Beacon Bay Civic Centre
                                                       6.5         Scientific Services                                       6.5 - Scientific Services
                                                       6.6         Night Soil Removal - Coastal                              6.6 - Night Soil Removal - Coastal
                                                       6.7         Night Soil Removal - Central                              6.7 - Night Soil Removal - Central
                                                       6.8         Night Soil Removal - Inland                               6.8 - Night Soil Removal - Inland
                                                       6.9         Sewerage Admin                                            6.9 - Sewerage Admin
                                                      6.10         Sewerage Pump Station - Coastal                           6.10 - Sewerage Pump Station - Coastal
                                                      6.11         Sewerage Pump Station - Central                           6.11 - Sewerage Pump Station - Central
                                                      6.12         Sewerage Pump Station - Inland                            6.12 - Sewerage Pump Station - Inland
                                                      6.13         Sewerage Treatment - Coastal                              6.13 - Sewerage Treatment - Coastal
                                                      6.14         Sewerage Treatment - Central                              6.14 - Sewerage Treatment - Central
                                                      6.15         Sewerage Treatment - Inland                               6.15 - Sewerage Treatment - Inland
                                                      6.16         Sewerage Reticulation - Coastal                           6.16 - Sewerage Reticulation - Coastal
                                                      6.17         Sewerage Reticulation - Central                           6.17 - Sewerage Reticulation - Central
                                                      6.18         Sewerage Reticulation - Inland                            6.18 - Sewerage Reticulation - Inland
                                                      6.19         Sewerage Interceptors                                     6.19 - Sewerage Interceptors
                                                      6.20         Water Administration                                      6.20 - Water Administration
                                                      6.21         Water Miscellaneous                                       6.21 - Water Miscellaneous
                                                      6.22         Maden Dam                                                 6.22 - Maden Dam
                                                      6.23         Bridle Drift Dam                                          6.23 - Bridle Drift Dam
                                                      6.24         Bulk Pumping Stations                                     6.24 - Bulk Pumping Stations
                                                      6.25         Water Treatment Works                                     6.25 - Water Treatment Works
                                                      6.26         Umzonyana Water Treatment Works                           6.26 - Umzonyana Water Treatment Works
                                                      6.27         Needs Camp Water Treatment Works                          6.27 - Needs Camp Water Treatment Works
                                                      6.28         KWT Water Treatment Works                                 6.28 - KWT Water Treatment Works
                                                      6.29         Mdantsane Bulk Pumping                                    6.29 - Mdantsane Bulk Pumping
                                                      6.30         Water Ops and Maint. - Inland                             6.30 - Water Ops and Maint. - Inland
                                                      6.31         Water Ops and Maint. - Midland                            6.31 - Water Ops and Maint. - Midland
                                                      6.32         Water Ops and Maint. - Coastal                            6.32 - Water Ops and Maint. - Coastal
                                                      6.33         Construction Distribution                                 6.33 - Construction Distribution
                                                      6.34         Roads Administration                                      6.34 - Roads Administration
                                                      6.35         Roads Design                                              6.35 - Roads Design
                                                      6.36         Roads and Stormwater Drainage                             6.36 - Roads and Stormwater Drainage
                                                      6.37         Provincial Main Roads                                     6.37 - Provincial Main Roads
                                                      6.38         Project Management and Implementation Branch              6.38 - Project Management and Implementation Branch
                                                      6.39         Project Management Unit                                   6.39 - Project Management Unit
                                                      6.40         Mechanical Workshop - Westbank                            6.40 - Mechanical Workshop - Westbank
                                                      6.41         Fleet Management - Westbank                               6.41 - Fleet Management - Westbank
                                                      6.42         Mechanical Workshop - Braelyn                             6.42 - Mechanical Workshop - Braelyn
                                                      6.43         Fleet Management - Braelyn                                6.43 - Fleet Management - Braelyn
                                                      6.44         Electricity Administration                                6.44 - Electricity Administration
                                                      6.45         Electricity Distribution Supervisory Staff                6.45 - Electricity Distribution Supervisory Staff
                                                      6.46         Electricity Planning & Design                             6.46 - Electricity Planning & Design
                                                      6.47         Revenue Protection                                        6.47 - Revenue Protection
                                                    Vote 7   Directorate - Development Planning
                                                       7.1         Office of The Director of Planning & Economic Dev.        7.1 - Office of The Director of Planning & Economic Dev.
                                                       7.2         Development Planning Administration                       7.2 - Development Planning Administration
                                                       7.3         Housing Department                                        7.3 - Housing Department
                                                       7.4         Berlin Transit Camp                                       7.4 - Berlin Transit Camp
                                                       7.5         Garcia Flats                                              7.5 - Garcia Flats
                                                       7.6         Gompo Hostel                                              7.6 - Gompo Hostel
                                                       7.7         Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 1                             7.7 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 1
                                                       7.8         Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 2                             7.8 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 2
                                                       7.9         Pefferville 619                                           7.9 - Pefferville 619
                                                      7.10         Kwt Housing Staff and Rents and Leases                    7.10 - Kwt Housing Staff and Rents and Leases
                                                      7.11         City Planning                                             7.11 - City Planning
                                                      7.12         Architecture                                              7.12 - Architecture
                                                      7.13         Land Administration                                       7.13 - Land Administration
                                                      7.14         Land Surveying                                            7.14 - Land Surveying
                                                      7.15         Property Administrarion                                   7.15 - Property Administrarion
                                                      7.16         Building Maintenance - Coastal / Central                  7.16 - Building Maintenance - Coastal / Central
                                                      7.17         Electricity House                                         7.17 - Electricity House
                                                      7.18         Buxton House                                              7.18 - Buxton House
                                                      7.19         Munifin Centre                                            7.19 - Munifin Centre
                                                      7.20         Braelyn Depot                                             7.20 - Braelyn Depot
                                                      7.21         Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                        7.21 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot
                                                      7.22         Gonubie Public & Council Buildings                        7.22 - Gonubie Public & Council Buildings
                                                      7.23         Mdantsane Zone Office                                     7.23 - Mdantsane Zone Office
                                                      7.24         KWT Civic (Admin) Buildings                               7.24 - KWT Civic (Admin) Buildings
                                                      7.25         Miscellaneous                                             7.25 - Miscellaneous
                                                      7.26         Ilitha Small Business Centre                              7.26 - Ilitha Small Business Centre
                                                      7.27         Phakamisa Small Business Centre                           7.27 - Phakamisa Small Business Centre
                                                      7.28         Signage Control                                           7.28 - Signage Control
                                                      7.29         Old Mutual Building                                       7.29 - Old Mutual Building
                                                      7.30         Transport Planning & Operations Admin                     7.30 - Transport Planning & Operations Admin
                                                      7.31         Traffic Engineering                                       7.31 - Traffic Engineering
                                                      7.32         Traffic Signal Maintenance                                7.32 - Traffic Signal Maintenance
                                                      7.33         Buffalo City Bus Services                                 7.33 - Buffalo City Bus Services
                                                      7.34         BCMET                                                     7.34 - BCMET
                                                      7.35         Local Economic Development                                7.35 - Local Economic Development
                                                      7.36         Market                                                    7.36 - Market
                                                    Vote 8   Directorate - Health & Public Safety
                                                       8.1         Office of The Director of Health & Public Safety          8.1 - Office of The Director of Health & Public Safety
                                                       8.2         Support Services                                          8.2 - Support Services
                                                       8.3         Health Administration                                     8.3 - Health Administration
                                                       8.4         Health Support                                            8.4 - Health Support
                                                       8.5         Pharmacy                                                  8.5 - Pharmacy
                                                       8.6         Clinics                                                   8.6 - Clinics
                                                       8.7         Aids Training Information Centre                          8.7 - Aids Training Information Centre
                                                       8.8         Environmental Health                                      8.8 - Environmental Health
                                                       8.9         Pest Control                                              8.9 - Pest Control
                                                      8.10         Pollution Control                                         8.10 - Pollution Control
                                                      8.11         Educare Centre                                            8.11 - Educare Centre
                                                      8.12         Public Safety Administration                              8.12 - Public Safety Administration
                                                      8.13         Fire and Rescue Services                                  8.13 - Fire and Rescue Services
                                                      8.14         Security Services                                         8.14 - Security Services
                                                      8.15         Traffic Administration                                    8.15 - Traffic Administration
                                                      8.16         Traffic Control                                           8.16 - Traffic Control
                                                      8.17         Criminal Process                                          8.17 - Criminal Process
                                                      8.18         Vehicle Test Station / Examination                        8.18 - Vehicle Test Station / Examination
                                                      8.19         Vehicle Registration                                      8.19 - Vehicle Registration
                                                      8.20         Drivers License Testing                                   8.20 - Drivers License Testing
                                                      8.21         Traffic Technical Services                                8.21 - Traffic Technical Services
                                                      8.22         Parking Areas / Meters                                    8.22 - Parking Areas / Meters
                                                      8.23         Disaster Management                                       8.23 - Disaster Management
                                                      8.24         Dog Tax Office                                            8.24 - Dog Tax Office
                                                    Vote 9   Directorate - Community Services
                                                       9.1         Office of The Director of Community Services              9.1 - Office of The Director of Community Services
                                                       9.2         Cleansing Administration Support                          9.2 - Cleansing Administration Support
                                                       9.3         Environmental Administration Support                      9.3 - Environmental Administration Support
                                                       9.4         Environmental Services                                    9.4 - Environmental Services
                                                       9.5         Environmental Conservation                                9.5 - Environmental Conservation
                                                       9.6         Environmental Workshop                                    9.6 - Environmental Workshop
                                                       9.7         Interments                                                9.7 - Interments
                                                       9.8         Gompo Admin Building                                      9.8 - Gompo Admin Building
    9.9         Integrated Environmental Management                   9.9 - Integrated Environmental Management
   9.10         Arts & Cultural Services Admin                        9.10 - Arts & Cultural Services Admin
   9.11         Libraries                                             9.11 - Libraries
   9.12         Art Gallery                                           9.12 - Art Gallery
   9.13         Art Centres                                           9.13 - Art Centres
   9.14         Halls                                                 9.14 - Halls
   9.15         Amenities Administration Support                      9.15 - Amenities Administration Support
   9.16         Sportsfields                                          9.16 - Sportsfields
   9.17         Swimming Pools                                        9.17 - Swimming Pools
   9.18         Aquarium                                              9.18 - Aquarium
   9.19         Zoo                                                   9.19 - Zoo
   9.20         Beaches                                               9.20 - Beaches
   9.21         Resorts                                               9.21 - Resorts
   9.22         Cleansing Administration Support                      9.22 - Cleansing Administration Support
   9.23         Refuse Removal                                        9.23 - Refuse Removal
   9.24         Waste Disposal Sites                                  9.24 - Waste Disposal Sites
   9.25         Street Sweeping                                       9.25 - Street Sweeping
   9.26         Public Conveniences                                   9.26 - Public Conveniences
   9.27         E.L Regional Waste Disposal Site & Transfer Station   9.27 - E.L Regional Waste Disposal Site & Transfer Station
Vote 10   Directorate - Miscellaneous
   10.1         IDP                                                   10.1 - IDP
   10.2         Development Co-Operation                              10.2 - Development Co-Operation
   10.3         Strategic Support                                     10.3 - Strategic Support
   10.4         Local Economic Development                            10.4 - Local Economic Development
   10.5         Integrated Environmental Management                   10.5 - Integrated Environmental Management
   10.6         Market                                                10.6 - Market
   10.7         Transfer to/from other reserves                       10.7 - Transfer to/from other reserves
   10.8         Transfer Recognised - Capital                         10.8 - Transfer Recognised - Capital
   10.9         Contributions Recognised - Capital                    10.9 - Contributions Recognised - Capital
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EC001 Buffalo City - Contact Information

A. GENERAL INFORMATION
Municipality                  EC001 Buffalo City

Grade                         GRADE 5                        1 Grade in terms of the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers Act.


Province                      EC EASTERN CAPE

Web Address                   www.buffalocity.gov.za

e-mail Address                thembisas@buffalocity.gov.za

B. CONTACT INFORMATION
Postal address:
P.O. Box                      134
City / Town                   EAST LONDON
Postal Code                   5200

Street address
Building                      TRUST CENTRE
Street No. & Name             CNR. OXFORD & NORTH STREETS
City / Town                   EAST LONDON
Postal Code                   5201

General Contacts
Telephone number              043 705 1901
Fax number                    043 743 1941

C. POLITICAL LEADERSHIP
Speaker:                                                     Secretary/PA to the Speaker:
Name                          LULEKA SIMON                   Name                                  NOKULUNGA NDANGENI
Telephone number              043 705 2805                   Telephone number                      043 705 2805
Cell number                   083 731 0696                   Cell number                           082 474 1598
Fax number                    043 743 9040                   Fax number                            043 743 9040
E-mail address                lulekas@buffalocity.gov.za     E-mail address                        nokulungan@buffalocity.gov.za

Mayor/Executive Mayor:                                       Secretary/PA to the Mayor/Executive Mayor:
Name                          ZUKISWA NCITHA                 Name                        LUNGI GOSA
Telephone number              043 705 1071                   Telephone number            043 705 1071
Cell number                   083 387 2612                   Cell number                 073 639 9814
Fax number                    043 743 9040                   Fax number                  043 743 9040
E-mail address                zukiswan@buffalocity.gov.za    E-mail address              lungig@buffalocity.gov.za

Deputy Mayor/Executive Mayor:                                Secretary/PA to the Deputy Mayor/Executive Mayor:
Name                       MZWANDILE MSOKI                   Name                        LUNGI GOSA
Telephone number           043 705 1086                      Telephone number            043 705 1071
Cell number                082 490 5032                      Cell number                 073 639 9814
Fax number                 043 743 9040                      Fax number                  043 743 9040
E-mail address             mzwandilem@buffalocity.gov.za     E-mail address              lungig@buffalocity.gov.za

D. MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP
Municipal Manager:                                           Secretary/PA to the Municipal Manager:
Name                          ANDILE FANI                    Name                         THEMBISA SHONGWE
Telephone number              043 705 1901                   Telephone number             043 705 1901
Cell number                   078 586 8738                   Cell number
Fax number                    043 743 1901                   Fax number                   043 743 1901
E-mail address                fania@buffalocity.gov.za       E-mail address               thembisas@buffalocity.gov.za

Chief Financial Officer                                      Secretary/PA to the Chief Financial Officer
Name                          PAM ADONIS (ACTING CFO)        Name                          BERNADINE SCHARNECK
Telephone number              043 705 1887                   Telephone number              043 705 1887
Cell number                   082 323 9205                   Cell number                   072 172 7119
Fax number                    043 722 1582                   Fax number                    043 722 1582
E-mail address                pama@buffalocity.gov.za        E-mail address                bernadines@buffalocity.gov.za

Official responsible for submitting financial information
Name                          Dion Odendaal
Telephone number              043 705 3134
Cell number                   083 321 5504
Fax number                    043 742 2443
E-mail address                diono@buffalocity.gov.za
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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A1 Budget Summary
                                                                                                                                                                 2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                        Description                          2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                       Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                 Framework

                                                            Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted      Full Year       Pre-audit     Budget Year      Budget Year    Budget Year
R thousands
                                                            Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget       Forecast        outcome         2012/13         +1 2013/14     +2 2014/15
Financial Performance
   Property rates                                              363,493       427,047       453,306       521,747        521,072        521,072         523,523         579,953         646,648        721,012
   Service charges                                           1,060,617     1,288,209     1,465,000     1,752,582      1,750,071      1,750,071       1,220,560       1,934,161       2,158,032      2,407,780
   Investment revenue                                           85,519        42,105        32,527        30,192         30,192         30,192          28,565          53,986          55,386         56,828
   Transfers recognised - operational                          444,415       573,985       679,071       966,570        763,690        763,690         491,365         804,313         917,250        972,541
   Other own revenue                                           169,939       200,950       176,716       382,199        383,345        383,345         232,723         554,454         609,683        655,368
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and               2,123,984     2,532,297     2,806,620     3,653,289      3,448,369      3,448,369       2,496,736       3,926,868       4,386,999      4,813,530
contributions)
  Employee costs                                               656,568       766,288       837,301       983,308        979,841        979,841         612,768       1,041,175       1,115,948      1,198,740
  Remuneration of councillors                                   19,359        19,691        23,278        28,871         42,074         42,074          20,022          45,219          48,599         52,233
  Depreciation & asset impairment                              221,037       516,523       431,395       473,248        473,248        473,248         315,499         330,547         327,118        281,973
  Finance charges                                               84,868       119,639        86,767        93,951         93,951         93,951              –           89,112          84,904         80,298
  Materials and bulk purchases                                 466,747       593,724       771,253       940,528        928,119        928,119         605,160       1,069,130       1,232,790      1,419,591
  Transfers and grants                                          16,250        22,900        20,872        27,616         27,616         27,616          12,442          30,464          33,672         37,160
  Other expenditure                                            810,940       804,334     1,041,420     1,379,470      1,178,966      1,178,966         455,988       1,334,208       1,510,127      1,607,202
Total Expenditure                                            2,275,770     2,843,099     3,212,286     3,926,991      3,723,816      3,723,816       2,021,880       3,939,855       4,353,158      4,677,197
Surplus/(Deficit)                                             (151,786)     (310,803)     (405,666)     (273,702)      (275,447)      (275,447)        474,857         (12,987)         33,841        136,333
  Transfers recognised - capital                               170,192       239,729       232,734       654,418        567,749        567,749              –          664,237         797,684        805,578
  Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets           –             –             –             –           2,790          2,790              –               –               –              –
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &                     18,406       (71,073)     (172,932)      380,716        295,092        295,092         474,857         651,250         831,525        941,911
contributions
   Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                           –             –             –              –          –                  –           –               –               –              –
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year                                  18,406       (71,073)     (172,932)      380,716        295,092       295,092         474,857         651,250         831,525        941,911
Capital expenditure & funds sources
Capital expenditure                                            366,575      429,879       399,110        764,669        725,646       725,646              –          734,265         908,407        907,798
  Transfers recognised - capital                               162,327      236,761       224,907        654,418        567,749       567,749              –          664,237         797,684        805,578
  Public contributions & donations                               6,412        1,374           800             –           2,790         2,790              –               –               –              –
  Borrowing                                                     41,614       97,230        53,728             –          17,577        17,577              –               –               –              –
  Internally generated funds                                   156,223       94,513       119,675        110,251        137,530       137,530              –           70,028         110,723        102,220
Total sources of capital funds                                 366,575      429,879       399,110        764,669        725,646       725,646              –          734,265         908,407        907,798
Financial position
   Total current assets                                      1,141,434     1,164,743     1,294,469     1,558,982      1,543,498      1,543,498      1,543,498       2,518,675        2,966,856      3,500,952
   Total non current assets                                 12,986,937    12,833,539    11,596,684    13,189,961     13,189,961     13,189,961     13,189,961      12,318,647       12,708,614     13,137,637
   Total current liabilities                                   783,250       794,147       919,749       651,378        655,365        655,365        655,365       1,215,733        1,330,651      1,456,774
   Total non current liabilities                               842,975       802,208       976,425       999,214      1,007,497      1,007,497      1,007,497       1,028,508        1,025,137      1,021,744
   Community wealth/Equity                                  12,502,146    12,401,927    10,994,979    13,098,351     13,070,597     13,070,597     13,070,597      12,593,081       13,319,682     14,160,071




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                                                                                                                                                       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                     Description             2008/9        2009/10        2010/11                         Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                       Framework

                                            Audited        Audited        Audited        Original        Adjusted      Full Year        Pre-audit      Budget Year      Budget Year     Budget Year
R thousands
                                            Outcome        Outcome        Outcome        Budget           Budget       Forecast         outcome          2012/13         +1 2013/14      +2 2014/15

Cash flows
  Net cash from (used) operating               401,896        310,690        453,380        909,071         899,758        899,758          899,758          948,148       1,104,706       1,149,704
  Net cash from (used) investing              (361,795)      (405,796)      (428,513)      (764,669)       (797,124)      (797,124)        (797,124)        (734,265)       (908,407)       (907,798)
  Net cash from (used) financing                (1,154)       (41,179)       153,857        (41,012)        (45,000)       (45,000)         (45,000)         207,364         233,537         261,505
Cash/cash equivalents at the year end          647,802        511,517        690,241        741,915         696,159        696,159          696,159        1,857,504       2,287,340       2,790,751
Cash backing/surplus reconciliation
  Cash and investments available               699,580       563,882        739,014         747,991         702,234        702,234          702,234        1,858,319       2,288,196       2,791,658
  Application of cash and investments          123,450       121,200        344,809        (187,847)       (216,685)      (216,685)        (446,004)         569,972         669,608         769,770
Balance - surplus (shortfall)                  576,130       442,682        394,205         935,838         918,919        918,919        1,148,238        1,288,347       1,618,588       2,021,888
Asset management
  Asset register summary (WDV)              12,979,370     12,828,955     11,583,658      1,023,001         983,334       983,334         1,020,093        1,020,093       1,222,827       1,271,660
  Depreciation & asset impairment              221,037        516,523        431,395        473,248         473,248       473,248           330,547          330,547         327,118         281,973
  Renewal of Existing Assets                        –              –              –          47,391         109,631       109,631           109,631           73,800          77,276         150,500
  Repairs and Maintenance                      116,795        174,695        193,336        242,036         242,036       242,036           280,797          280,797         310,650         343,735
Free services
   Cost of Free Basic Services provided        101,713       126,084        139,538         156,090         156,090       156,090          174,475          174,475         195,463         218,998
   Revenue cost of free services provided      136,374       169,368        193,039         215,505         215,505       215,505          240,714          240,714         269,152         300,975
   Households below minimum service level
      Water:                                           0              0              0               0           0                  0            0                0               0               0
      Sanitation/sewerage:                             0              0              0               0           0                  0            0                0               0               0
      Energy:                                          0              0              0               0           0                  0            0                0               0               0
      Refuse:                                         –              –              –               –           –                  –            –                –               –               –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A2 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by standard classification)
                                                                                                                                             2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
        Standard Classification Description   Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                             Framework

                                                    Audited      Audited        Audited      Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                     1
                                                    Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Revenue - Standard
  Governance and administration                        676,096      821,966        883,031     1,164,058       1,163,679         1,163,679      1,449,724       1,576,432      1,696,301
      Executive and council                                221          221          7,898            –            3,814             3,814             –               –              –
      Budget and treasury office                       660,828      770,563        850,388     1,157,025       1,151,320         1,151,320      1,438,181       1,563,223      1,687,510
      Corporate services                                15,047       51,182         24,745         7,033           8,544             8,544         11,543          13,208          8,791
  Community and public safety                          160,500      236,717        231,245       438,124         243,821           243,821        213,235         288,148        306,611
      Community and social services                     11,910       18,929         24,674        13,953          14,027            14,027         14,954          16,081         17,303
      Sport and recreation                               3,007        4,284          2,666         3,841           3,841             3,841          4,240           4,690          5,178
      Public safety                                     42,816       52,199         59,194        66,787          66,264            66,264         75,096          82,994         91,694
      Housing                                           56,042      107,856        109,544       290,582          96,728            96,728        104,189         169,626        177,677
      Health                                            46,725       53,449         35,167        62,961          62,961            62,961         14,755          14,757         14,759
  Economic and environmental services                  110,347      135,832        137,024        69,293          75,460            75,460         78,276          88,025         96,999
      Planning and development                          47,248       30,866         25,584        15,599          21,766            21,766         19,192          22,878         25,271
      Road transport                                    59,389      102,642        109,239        53,406          53,406            53,406         58,765          64,796         71,341
      Environmental protection                           3,710        2,325          2,202           288             288               288            318             351            388
  Trading services                                   1,332,803    1,562,076      1,773,494     1,965,329       1,948,924         1,948,924      2,167,434       2,414,265      2,691,397
      Electricity                                      674,324      858,341        981,969     1,194,127       1,192,788         1,192,788      1,308,952       1,453,475      1,613,615
      Water                                            255,499      283,418        295,140       296,739         295,050           295,050        317,009         357,372        404,804
      Waste water management                           227,922      229,881        276,827       231,607         225,866           225,866        258,304         285,429        315,396
      Waste management                                 175,058      190,437        219,559       242,857         235,220           235,220        283,169         317,988        357,581
  Other                                        4        14,430       15,435         14,561       670,903         587,024           587,024        682,436         817,812        827,800
Total Revenue - Standard                       2     2,294,176    2,772,026      3,039,354     4,307,707       4,018,908         4,018,908      4,591,105       5,184,683      5,619,108
Expenditure - Standard
  Governance and administration                        527,116      544,695        528,754      672,690          676,668          676,668         766,477         824,021        861,600
     Executive and council                              51,883       62,626         84,170       83,640          101,752          101,752         107,645         117,129        120,046
     Budget and treasury office                        311,150      259,446        231,662      337,167          322,692          322,692         368,961         398,053        421,180
     Corporate services                                164,083      222,623        212,923      251,884          252,224          252,224         289,871         308,839        320,374
  Community and public safety                          306,374      344,057        391,622      661,558          479,976          479,976         470,264         554,597        586,772
     Community and social services                      61,289       67,098         70,856       75,731           75,673           75,673          80,498          85,614         91,055
     Sport and recreation                               48,117       49,383         57,413       51,148           54,987           54,987          56,401          60,565         65,109
     Public safety                                      89,541      108,531        119,911      159,089          169,991          169,991         180,248         192,313        204,163
     Housing                                            61,369       69,633         81,782      304,017          109,907          109,907         118,673         185,088        194,123
     Health                                             46,059       49,413         61,660       71,573           69,418           69,418          34,445          31,017         32,323
  Economic and environmental services                  318,692      524,578        497,628      579,344          582,546          582,546         522,131         558,055        550,946
     Planning and development                           77,108      136,658        149,659      177,410          182,419          182,419         175,972         195,907        199,580
     Road transport                                    181,523      323,414        276,017      328,016          324,678          324,678         267,649         278,190        261,596
     Environmental protection                           60,060       64,505         71,952       73,917           75,448           75,448          78,509          83,958         89,769




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                                                                                                                                                                             2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
         Standard Classification Description               Ref       2008/9            2009/10          2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                             Framework

                                                                    Audited           Audited           Audited           Original          Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                  1
                                                                    Outcome           Outcome           Outcome           Budget             Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  Trading services                                                    1,113,511         1,418,798         1,781,987        2,000,822          1,972,327         1,972,327       2,166,759    2,401,045      2,661,392
      Electricity                                                       550,808           760,462           915,286        1,158,731          1,152,937         1,152,937       1,275,832    1,447,866      1,643,942
      Water                                                             237,318           260,596           389,249          345,563            340,118           340,118         357,456      381,892        408,265
      Waste water management                                            168,676           216,680           265,936          263,059            252,887           252,887         260,267      277,316        292,292
      Waste management                                                  156,709           181,061           211,516          233,469            226,384           226,384         273,204      293,971        316,893
  Other                                                     4            10,078            10,971            12,295            12,576            12,299             12,299         14,224       15,440         16,486
Total Expenditure - Standard                                3         2,275,770         2,843,099         3,212,286        3,926,991          3,723,816         3,723,816       3,939,855    4,353,158      4,677,197
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year                                           18,406            (71,073)        (172,932)          380,716           295,092           295,092          651,250           831,525           941,911
References
1. Government Finance Statistics Functions and Sub-functions are standardised to assist the compilation of national and international accounts for comparison purposes
2. Total Revenue by standard classification must reconcile to Total Operating Revenue shown in Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
3. Total Expenditure by Standard Classification must reconcile to Total Operating Expenditure shown in Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
4. All amounts must be classified under a standard classification (modified GFS). The GFS function 'Other' is only for Abbatoirs, Air Transport, Markets and Tourism - and if used must be supported by footnotes. Nothing else
may be placed under 'Other'. Assign associate share to relevant classification



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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A2 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by standard classification)
                                                                                                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
       Standard Classification Description   Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                            Framework

                                                   Audited      Audited        Audited      Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                    1
                                                   Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Revenue - Standard
  Municipal governance and administration             676,096      821,966        883,031     1,164,058       1,163,679         1,163,679      1,449,724       1,576,432      1,696,301
     Executive and council                                221          221          7,898            –            3,814             3,814             –               –              –
        Mayor and Council                                 221          181            467            –            1,145             1,145             –               –              –
        Municipal Manager                                  –            40          7,431            –            2,669             2,669             –               –              –
     Budget and treasury office                       660,828      770,563        850,388     1,157,025       1,151,320         1,151,320      1,438,181       1,563,223      1,687,510
     Corporate services                                15,047       51,182         24,745         7,033           8,544             8,544         11,543          13,208          8,791
        Human Resources                                 2,507        5,045          1,009         3,235           3,245             3,245          2,370           2,541          2,730
        Information Technology                             –            –              –             –               –                 –              –               –              –
        Property Services                                 593          650            688           786             786               786            868             960          1,060
        Other Admin                                    11,946       45,487         23,048         3,012           4,513             4,513          8,305           9,708          5,002
  Community and public safety                         160,500      236,717        231,245       438,124         243,821           243,821        213,235         288,148        306,611
     Community and social services                     11,910       18,929         24,674        13,953          14,027            14,027         14,954          16,081         17,303
        Libraries and Archives                          4,364        4,335          5,331         4,826           4,826             4,826          4,878           4,936          4,999
        Museums & Art Galleries etc                         5            0              0             1               1                 1              2               2              2
        Community halls and Facilities                  1,934        8,859         11,622         1,700           1,700             1,700          1,877           2,076          2,291
        Cemeteries & Crematoriums                       4,585        4,456          6,684         6,092           6,165             6,165          6,725           7,438          8,212
        Child Care                                         –            –              –             –               –                 –              –               –              –
        Aged Care                                          –            –              –             –               –                 –              –               –              –
        Other Community                                     0          190              2             7               7                 7              7               8              9
        Other Social                                    1,022        1,089          1,035         1,328           1,328             1,328          1,466           1,622          1,790
     Sport and recreation                               3,007        4,284          2,666         3,841           3,841             3,841          4,240           4,690          5,178
     Public safety                                     42,816       52,199         59,194        66,787          66,264            66,264         75,096          82,994         91,694
        Police                                          7,031        9,112          7,474        10,633          10,633            10,633         11,739          12,984         14,334
        Fire                                           35,173       42,512         51,089        54,805          54,186            54,186         61,868          68,364         75,542
        Civil Defence                                      –            –              –             –               –                 –              –               –              –
        Street Lighting                                    –            –              –             –               –                 –              –               –              –
        Other                                             612          576            630         1,348           1,445             1,445          1,489           1,646          1,818
     Housing                                           56,042      107,856        109,544       290,582          96,728            96,728        104,189         169,626        177,677
     Health                                            46,725       53,449         35,167        62,961          62,961            62,961         14,755          14,757         14,759
        Clinics                                        31,100       37,419         18,391        48,207          48,207            48,207             –               –              –
        Ambulance                                          –            –              –             –               –                 –              –               –              –
        Other                                          15,625       16,030         16,776        14,754          14,754            14,754         14,755          14,757         14,759
  Economic and environmental services                 110,347      135,832        137,024        69,293          75,460            75,460         78,276          88,025         96,999
     Planning and development                          47,248       30,866         25,584        15,599          21,766            21,766         19,192          22,878         25,271
        Economic Development/Planning                  45,931       30,053         23,863        14,493          19,012            19,012         17,971          21,528         23,780
        Town Planning/Building enforcement              1,317          812          1,721         1,106           2,754             2,754          1,221           1,350          1,491
        Licensing & Regulation                             –            –              –             –               –                 –              –               –              –




                                                                             Page 14 of 170
                                                                                                                                                2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
        Standard Classification Description   Ref    2008/9       2009/10         2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                Framework

                                                    Audited       Audited         Audited       Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                     1
                                                    Outcome       Outcome         Outcome       Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
      Road transport                                     59,389       102,642         109,239        53,406         53,406             53,406         58,765       64,796         71,341
          Roads                                          24,583        63,973          62,812         2,606          2,606              2,606          2,683        2,769          2,862
          Public Buses                                    4,094         3,160           2,999         5,686          5,686              5,686          6,278        6,943          7,665
          Parking Garages                                   663           405             335           798            798                798            881          974          1,075
          Vehicle Licensing and Testing                  30,049        35,104          43,093        44,316         44,316             44,316         48,925       54,111         59,738
          Other                                              –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Environmental protection                            3,710         2,325           2,202           288            288                288            318          351            388
          Pollution Control                                  –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
          Biodiversity & Landscape                           –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
          Other                                           3,710         2,325           2,202           288            288                288            318          351            388
  Trading services                                    1,332,803     1,562,076       1,773,494    1,965,329       1,948,924         1,948,924       2,167,434    2,414,265      2,691,397
      Electricity                                       674,324       858,341         981,969    1,194,127       1,192,788         1,192,788       1,308,952    1,453,475      1,613,615
          Electricity Distribution                      674,324       858,341         981,969    1,194,127       1,192,788         1,192,788       1,308,952    1,453,475      1,613,615
          Electricity Generation                             –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Water                                             255,499       283,418         295,140      296,739         295,050           295,050         317,009      357,372        404,804
          Water Distribution                            250,179       248,906         262,551      296,638         294,950           294,950         316,898      357,249        404,669
          Water Storage                                   5,320        34,512          32,589           100            100                100            111          123            135
      Waste water management                            227,922       229,881         276,827      231,607         225,866           225,866         258,304      285,429        315,396
          Sewerage                                      227,922       229,881         276,827      231,607         225,866           225,866         258,304      285,429        315,396
          Storm Water Management                             –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
          Public Toilets                                     –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Waste management                                  175,058       190,437         219,559      242,857         235,220           235,220         283,169      317,988        357,581
          Solid Waste                                   175,058       190,437         219,559      242,857         235,220           235,220         283,169      317,988        357,581
  Other                                                  14,430        15,435          14,561      670,903         587,024           587,024         682,436      817,812        827,800
      Air Transport                                          –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Abattoirs                                              –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Tourism                                                –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Forestry                                               –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Markets                                            14,430        15,435          14,561        16,485         16,485             16,485         18,199       20,129         22,222
      Transfers to/from other reserves                       –             –               –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
      Transfers Recognised - Capital                         –             –               –       654,418         567,749           567,749         664,237      797,684        805,578
      Contributions Recognised - Capital                     –             –               –             –           2,790              2,790             –            –              –
Total Revenue - Standard                       2      2,294,176     2,772,026       3,039,354    4,307,707       4,018,908         4,018,908       4,591,105    5,184,683      5,619,108
Expenditure - Standard
  Municipal governance and administration              527,116       544,695         528,754       672,690         676,668           676,668         766,477        824,021       861,600
     Executive and council                              51,883        62,626          84,170        83,640         101,752           101,752         107,645        117,129       120,046
        Mayor and Council                               31,903        33,035          38,484        45,869          61,097            61,097          63,947         69,533        70,609
        Municipal Manager                               19,980        29,591          45,686        37,771          40,654            40,654          43,698         47,596        49,437




                                                                                Page 15 of 170
                                                                                                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
       Standard Classification Description   Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                            Framework

                                                   Audited      Audited        Audited      Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                    1
                                                   Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
    Budget and treasury office                        311,150      259,446        231,662      337,167        322,692            322,692         368,961      398,053        421,180
    Corporate services                                164,083      222,623        212,923      251,884        252,224            252,224         289,871      308,839        320,374
       Human Resources                                 26,227       33,415         34,098        45,566        45,101              45,101         47,440       50,206         53,309
       Information Technology                          19,444       19,376         21,211        24,437        23,631              23,631         26,763       26,812         27,296
       Property Services                                  666          404            281           425            454                454            469          520            576
       Other Admin                                    117,746      169,428        157,334      181,456        183,038            183,038         215,198      231,302        239,193
  Community and public safety                         306,374      344,057        391,622      661,558        479,976            479,976         470,264      554,597        586,772
    Community and social services                      61,289       67,098         70,856        75,731        75,673              75,673         80,498       85,614         91,055
       Libraries and Archives                          15,916       18,327         19,696        21,993        21,357              21,357         23,064       24,520         25,998
       Museums & Art Galleries etc                      1,188        1,142          1,120         1,327          1,309              1,309          1,413        1,516          1,626
       Community halls and Facilities                  10,685       12,264         13,378        12,534        12,992              12,992         13,097       13,912         14,814
       Cemeteries & Crematoriums                       18,654       18,543         20,867        22,135        22,310              22,310         23,370       24,789         26,307
       Child Care                                          –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
       Aged Care                                           –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
       Other Community                                 10,157       12,152         10,583        12,575        12,166              12,166         13,793       14,706         15,713
       Other Social                                     4,688        4,670          5,212         5,167          5,539              5,539          5,761        6,172          6,597
    Sport and recreation                               48,117       49,383         57,413        51,148        54,987              54,987         56,401       60,565         65,109
    Public safety                                      89,541      108,531        119,911      159,089        169,991            169,991         180,248      192,313        204,163
       Police                                          47,881       56,339         63,401        90,572       104,558            104,558         106,074      112,803        119,186
       Fire                                            39,919       50,117         53,809        64,525        61,596              61,596         70,288       75,466         80,739
       Civil Defence                                       –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
       Street Lighting                                     –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
       Other                                            1,740        2,075          2,702         3,992          3,837              3,837          3,885        4,045          4,238
    Housing                                            61,369       69,633         81,782      304,017        109,907            109,907         118,673      185,088        194,123
    Health                                             46,059       49,413         61,660        71,573        69,418              69,418         34,445       31,017         32,323
       Clinics                                         20,442       24,407         34,555        39,839        39,229              38,479         11,405        6,795          7,066
       Ambulance                                           –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
       Other                                           25,617       25,006         27,104        31,734        30,189              30,939         23,040       24,222         25,257
  Economic and environmental services                 318,692      524,578        497,628      579,344        582,546            582,546         522,131      558,055        550,946
    Planning and development                           77,108      136,658        149,659      177,410        182,419            182,419         175,972      195,907        199,580
       Economic Development/Planning                   67,078      124,223        136,126      161,313        164,917            165,026         159,450      178,363        180,939
       Town Planning/Building enforcement              10,030       12,435         13,533        16,098        17,502              17,394         16,522       17,543         18,641
       Licensing & Regulation                              –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
    Road transport                                    181,523      323,414        276,017      328,016        324,678            324,678         267,649      278,190        261,596
       Roads                                          159,884      295,688        247,483      293,100        291,830            291,830         230,071      238,137        218,856
       Public Buses                                     7,599       10,648         10,205        11,993        11,668              11,668         13,458       14,311         15,260
       Parking Garages                                  3,473        3,585          3,848         5,543          4,700              4,700          5,847        6,275          6,735
       Vehicle Licensing and Testing                   10,566       13,494         14,481        17,380        16,481              16,481         18,273       19,468         20,746
       Other                                               –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –




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                                                                                                                                                                             2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
         Standard Classification Description              Ref        2008/9           2009/10           2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                             Framework

                                                                    Audited          Audited           Audited            Original          Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                  1
                                                                    Outcome          Outcome           Outcome            Budget             Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
      Environmental protection                                           60,060           64,505            71,952             73,917            75,448             75,448         78,509       83,958         89,769
          Pollution Control                                                  –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
          Biodiversity & Landscape                                           –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
          Other                                                          60,060           64,505            71,952             73,917            75,448             75,448         78,509       83,958         89,769
  Trading services                                                    1,113,511        1,418,798         1,781,987         2,000,822          1,972,327         1,972,327       2,166,759    2,401,045      2,661,392
      Electricity                                                       550,808          760,462           915,286         1,158,731          1,152,937         1,152,937       1,275,832    1,447,866      1,643,942
          Electricity Distribution                                      550,808          760,462           915,286         1,158,731          1,152,937         1,152,937       1,275,832    1,447,866      1,643,942
          Electricity Generation                                             –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
      Water                                                             237,318          260,596           389,249           345,563            340,118           340,118         357,456      381,892        408,265
          Water Distribution                                            202,532          220,398           344,696           304,926            296,669           296,669         307,645      326,504        346,809
          Water Storage                                                  34,785           40,198            44,552             40,638            43,449             43,449         49,811       55,388         61,456
      Waste water management                                            168,676          216,680           265,936           263,059            252,887           252,887         260,267      277,316        292,292
          Sewerage                                                      168,676          216,680           265,936           263,059            252,887           252,887         260,267      277,316        292,292
          Storm Water Management                                             –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
          Public Toilets                                                     –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
      Waste management                                                  156,709          181,061           211,516           233,469            226,384           226,384         273,204      293,971        316,893
          Solid Waste                                                   156,709          181,061           211,516           233,469            226,384           226,384         273,204      293,971        316,893
  Other                                                                  10,078           10,971            12,295             12,576            12,299             12,299         14,224       15,440         16,486
      Air Transport                                                          –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
      Abattoirs                                                              –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
      Tourism                                                                –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
      Forestry                                                               –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
      Markets                                                            10,078           10,971            12,295             12,576            12,299             12,299         14,224       15,440         16,486
      Transfers Recognised - Capital                                         –                –                 –                  –                 –                  –              –            –              –
Total Expenditure - Standard                                3         2,275,770        2,843,099         3,212,286         3,926,991          3,723,816         3,723,816       3,939,855    4,353,158      4,677,197
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year                                           18,406           (71,073)         (172,932)          380,716           295,092           295,092          651,250           831,525           941,911
References
1. Government Finance Statistics Functions and Sub-functions are standardised to assist national and international accounts and comparison
2. Total Revenue by Standard Classification must reconcile to total operating revenue shown in Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
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 else
may be placed under 'Other'. Assign associate share to relevant classification



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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)
                                                                                                                                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                     Vote Description                          Ref         2008/9         2009/10         2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                            Framework

                                                                         Audited          Audited         Audited       Original            Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                         Outcome          Outcome         Outcome       Budget               Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Revenue by Vote                                                  1
  Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                            10,463         46,433          15,449            –                 4,422             4,422             –               –              –
  Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                                         –              40           7,431            –                 2,669             2,669             –               –              –
  Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                              61,867        109,050         110,233       290,582               98,445            98,445        104,189         169,626        177,677
  Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                              660,828        770,563         850,388     1,157,025            1,151,320         1,151,320      1,438,181       1,563,223      1,687,510
  Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                                     2,507          5,047           1,009         3,236                3,246             3,246          2,371           2,541          2,730
  Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                               1,184,194      1,437,512       1,625,241     1,727,529            1,718,761         1,718,761      1,894,633       2,108,068      2,340,924
  Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                                  60,136         46,099          42,550        39,117               41,671            41,671         45,156          51,594         56,973
  Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                               120,254        141,157         137,793       174,861              174,338           174,338        139,656         152,836        167,266
  Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                                   193,927        216,125         249,259       260,939              253,497           253,497        302,681         339,110        380,449
  Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                            –              –               –        654,418              570,539           570,539        664,237         797,684        805,578
Total Revenue by Vote                                            2          2,294,176      2,772,026       3,039,354     4,307,707            4,018,908         4,018,908      4,591,105       5,184,683      5,619,108
Expenditure by Vote to be appropriated                           1
  Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                            86,237        110,204          87,492       104,511              127,378           127,378        129,337         138,668        143,093
  Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                                     19,980         29,591          45,686        37,771               40,654            40,654         43,698          47,596         49,437
  Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                              68,160         76,094          88,852       312,579              120,308           120,308        127,616         194,455        203,943
  Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                              311,150        259,446         231,662       337,167              322,692           322,692        368,961         398,053        421,180
  Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                                    64,253         72,896          80,462       110,558              104,895           104,895        131,696         138,362        145,518
  Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                               1,140,360      1,572,683       1,862,096     2,104,626            2,079,822         2,079,822      2,176,078       2,402,232      2,617,233
  Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                                 102,869        169,999         182,666       208,613              209,155           209,155        209,075         232,378        239,618
  Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                               152,732        184,564         196,260       257,643              264,470           264,470        243,455         254,018        269,104
  Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                                   330,030        367,624         437,110       453,524              454,442           454,442        509,939         547,397        588,069
  Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                            –              –               –             –                    –                 –              –               –              –
Total Expenditure by Vote                                        2          2,275,770      2,843,099       3,212,286     3,926,991            3,723,816         3,723,816      3,939,855       4,353,158      4,677,197
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year                                    2              18,406      (71,073)       (172,932)      380,716              295,092          295,092         651,250         831,525        941,911
References
1. Insert 'Vote'; e.g. department, if different to standard classification structure
2. Must reconcile to Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
3. Assign share in 'associate' to relevant Vote

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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
                                                                                                                                                              2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                  Vote Description                      Ref    2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                     Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                              Framework

                                                              Audited       Audited          Audited      Original            Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                              Outcome       Outcome          Outcome      Budget               Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Revenue by Vote                                           1
  Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services               10,463        46,433           15,449              –              4,422             4,422             –               –              –
  1.1 - Office of The Director of Executive Support                7,780        42,058           13,421              –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.2 - Executive Mayor, Speaker & Mayoral Committee                  –             –                –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.3 - Councillors                                                   –             –                55              –              1,145             1,145             –               –              –
  1.4 - Grants-In-Aid                                                 –             –                –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.5 - Public Participation & Ward Committees                       219           181              396              –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.6 - Strategic Support                                             –             –                –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.7 - Special Programmes                                           672           842              335              –                486               486             –               –              –
  1.8 - City Hall                                                      2            –                16              –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.9 - IDP                                                           –             –                –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.10 - G I S Unit                                                  904            20               14              –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.11 - Development Co-Operation                                    840         3,331            1,212              –              2,790             2,790             –               –              –
  1.12 - Public Relations & International Events                      47            –                –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  1.13 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                  –             –                –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                              –             40          7,431              –              2,669             2,669             –               –              –
  2.1 - Office of The Municipal Manager & Support Services              –             –           7,431              –              2,669             2,669             –               –              –
  2.2 - Internal Audit                                                  –             –              –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  2.3 - Legal Services                                                  –             40             –               –                 –                 –              –               –              –
  Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                 61,867       109,050          110,233      290,582               98,445            98,445        104,189         169,626        177,677
  3.1 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                                  –             –                –            –                    –                 –              –               –              –
  3.2 - Office of The Chief Operations Officer                        –             70              194           –                   894               894             –               –              –
  3.3 - Housing Department                                        56,025       107,815          109,503      290,582               96,728            96,728        104,189         169,626        177,677
  3.4 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                               5,842         1,166              536           –                   824               824             –               –              –
  Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                 660,828       770,563          850,388     1,157,025           1,151,320         1,151,320      1,438,181       1,563,223      1,687,510
  4.1 - Office of The Director of Finance                         85,833        42,894           32,697       200,729             200,729           200,729        371,767         403,716        423,968
  4.2 - Support Services Office                                       –             –                –             –                   –                 –              –               –              –
  4.3 - Budget Office                                                358         1,140            1,193         1,450                 959               959          1,500           1,500          1,500
  4.4 - Asset Risk & Financial Services                            5,874         8,234            1,857         1,488               1,488             1,488          3,418           3,418          3,418
  4.5 - Supply Chain Management                                      655           509              690           313                 826               826            346             383            422
  4.6 - Expenditure Office                                            –             –                –             –                   –                 –              –               –              –
  4.7 - Salary Office                                                866           970            1,099         1,310               1,310             1,310          1,446           1,600          1,766
  4.8 - Rates and Valuations Office                              395,027       460,262          493,783       566,837             561,111           561,111        630,132         702,590        783,379
  4.9 - Consolidated Billing & Miscellaneous Revenue Office      165,616       244,351          311,882       372,323             372,323           372,323        415,689         434,663        456,107
  4.10 - Debtors Management Office                                 6,600        12,224            7,177        12,574              12,574            12,574         13,882          15,354         16,950
  4.11 - Customer Care Office                                          0           (21)               1            –                   –                 –              –               –              –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
                                                                                                                                                                 2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                      Ref    2008/9       2009/10         2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                 Framework

                                                               Audited       Audited         Audited       Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                               Outcome       Outcome         Outcome       Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
  4.12 - Pre-Payment Vending Office                                      –             0               9              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                         2,507         5,047           1,009         3,236                3,246             3,246            2,371           2,541          2,730
  5.1 - Office of The Director of Corporate Services                   –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.2 - Support Services Office                                        –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.3 - Administrative & Council Support                               –             –               –              0                    0                 0                0               0              1
  5.4 - Auxilliary & Telecommunication Support                         –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.5 - General Admin & Telecomm Services                              –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.6 - Management Information Services                                –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.7 - H.R. Administration                                            –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.8 - Occupational Risk Management                                   –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.9 - Labour Relations                                               –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  5.10 - Organisational Development                                 2,507         5,045           1,009         3,235                3,245             3,245            2,370           2,541          2,730
  5.11 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                   –              2              –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                   1,184,194     1,437,512       1,625,241     1,727,529            1,718,761         1,718,761        1,894,633       2,108,068      2,340,924
  6.1 - Office of The Director of Engineering Services                 55            33           6,278         2,450                2,450             2,450            7,685           9,023          4,246
  6.2 - City Engineering Building                                       3             0               5            –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.3 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                              0            –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.4 - Beacon Bay Civic Centre                                        –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.5 - Scientific Services                                           165           150             100           100                  100               100              111             123            135
  6.6 - Night Soil Removal - Coastal                                   91           151             192           611                  611               611              675             746            824
  6.7 - Night Soil Removal - Central                                   –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.8 - Night Soil Removal - Inland                                    –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.9 - Sewerage Admin                                            177,310       209,211         259,219       230,995              225,255           225,255          257,630         284,683        314,572
  6.10 - Sewerage Pump Station - Coastal                              228            –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.11 - Sewerage Pump Station - Central                               –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.12 - Sewerage Pump Station - Inland                                –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.13 - Sewerage Treatment - Coastal                              36,092         5,252           4,602            –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.14 - Sewerage Treatment - Central                                  –          5,952           2,422            –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.15 - Sewerage Treatment - Inland                               10,940         3,427          10,036            –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.16 - Sewerage Reticulation - Coastal                              138         5,889               8            –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.17 - Sewerage Reticulation - Central                               –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.18 - Sewerage Reticulation - Inland                             2,709            –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.19 - Sewerage Interceptors                                        415            –              348            –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.20 - Water Administration                                     219,504       241,518         247,130       296,638              294,950           294,950          316,898         357,249        404,669
  6.21 - Water Miscellaneous                                           –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.22 - Maden Dam                                                     –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  6.23 - Bridle Drift Dam                                              –             –               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
                                                                                                                                                        2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                  Vote Description                       Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                        Framework

                                                               Audited      Audited        Audited      Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                               Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  6.24 - Bulk Pumping Stations                                         –        13,091         31,137            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.25 - Water Treatment Works                                         –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.26 - Umzonyana Water Treatment Works                               –           510          1,352            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.27 - Needs Camp Water Treatment Works                              –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.28 - KWT Water Treatment Works                                  5,155       20,760             –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.29 - Mdantsane Bulk Pumping                                        –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.30 - Water Ops and Maint. - Inland                             28,536        7,188         15,421            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.31 - Water Ops and Maint. - Midland                                –           200             –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.32 - Water Ops and Maint. - Coastal                             2,139           –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.33 - Construction Distribution                                      0            4              1             2               2                 2              2            3              3
  6.34 - Roads Administration                                         255          261            291           438             438               438            484          535            591
  6.35 - Roads Design                                               2,818       39,693         32,158            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.36 - Roads and Stormwater Drainage                             19,713       24,013         29,467           295             295               295            326          360            398
  6.37 - Provincial Main Roads                                         –            –              –          1,871           1,871             1,871          1,871        1,871          1,871
  6.38 - Project Management and Implementation Branch               1,797           –             896            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.39 - Project Management Unit                                    1,808        1,866          2,212            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.40 - Mechanical Workshop - Westbank                                –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.41 - Fleet Management - Westbank                                   –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.42 - Mechanical Workshop - Braelyn                                 –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.43 - Fleet Management - Braelyn                                    –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.44 - Electricity Administration                               639,992      835,393        958,709     1,194,127       1,192,788         1,192,788      1,308,952    1,453,475      1,613,615
  6.45 - Electricity Distribution Supervisory Staff                    –            –               1            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.46 - Electricity Planning & Design                             34,331       22,948         23,259            –               –                 –              –            –              –
  6.47 - Revenue Protection                                            –            –              –             –               –                 –              –            –              –
  Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                      60,136       46,099         42,550       39,117           41,671            41,671         45,156         51,594        56,973
  7.1 - Office of The Director of Planning & Economic Dev.             46           –              –            –                –                 –              –              –             –
  7.2 - Development Planning Administration                           335          121             –            –                –                 –              –              –             –
  7.3 - Housing Department                                             17           41             41           –                –                 –              –              –             –
  7.4 - Berlin Transit Camp                                             0            0              0            0                0                 0              0              0             1
  7.5 - Garcia Flats                                                  177          190            201          234              234               234            259            286           316
  7.6 - Gompo Hostel                                                   17           24             28           15               15                15             17             18            20
  7.7 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 1                                   6            6              7            9                9                 9             10             11            12
  7.8 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 2                                   0            0             –            –                –                 –              –              –             –
  7.9 - Pefferville 619                                               368          401            422          489              489               489            540            597           659
  7.10 - Kwt Housing Staff and Rents and Leases                        24           29             30           39               39                39             43             47            52
  7.11 - City Planning                                              1,317          812          1,721        1,106            2,754             2,754          1,221          1,350         1,491
  7.12 - Architecture                                               3,639        3,972          4,581        6,969            6,969             6,969          7,693          8,509         9,394




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                                                                                                                                                          2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                        Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                          Framework

                                                                 Audited      Audited        Audited      Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                 Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  7.13 - Land Administration                                          8,850        8,451         12,655         5,225          5,225              5,225          5,965        6,379          7,043
  7.14 - Land Surveying                                                 361           51             38            97            795                795            407          919            731
  7.15 - Property Administrarion                                         –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.16 - Building Maintenance - Coastal / Central                        –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.17 - Electricity House                                               –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.18 - Buxton House                                                    –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.19 - Munifin Centre                                                  –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.20 - Braelyn Depot                                                   –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.21 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                              –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.22 - Gonubie Public & Council Buildings                              –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.23 - Mdantsane Zone Office                                           –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.24 - KWT Civic (Admin) Buildings                                     –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.25 - Miscellaneous                                                   –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.26 - Ilitha Small Business Centre                                    –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.27 - Phakamisa Small Business Centre                                 –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.28 - Signage Control                                              1,281        1,130          1,279         1,196          1,196              1,196          1,321        1,460          1,612
  7.29 - Old Mutual Building                                            435          444            427           561            561                561            619          685            756
  7.30 - Transport Planning & Operations Admin                       15,384        7,850          2,597            –             604                604             –            –              –
  7.31 - Traffic Engineering                                             –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.32 - Traffic Signal Maintenance                                      –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.33 - Buffalo City Bus Services                                    4,094        3,160          2,999         5,686          5,686              5,686          6,278        6,943          7,665
  7.34 - BCMET                                                           –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.35 - Local Economic Development                                   9,352        3,980            965         1,007            609                609          2,585        4,260          5,000
  7.36 - Market                                                      14,430       15,435         14,561        16,485        16,485              16,485         18,199       20,129         22,222
  Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                     120,254      141,157        137,793      174,861         174,338           174,338         139,656        152,836       167,266
  8.1 - Office of The Director of Health & Public Safety                  0           –               4           –               –                 –               –              –             –
  8.2 - Support Services                                                  0           –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  8.3 - Health Administration                                             2            6              2            1               1                 1               1              1             2
  8.4 - Health Support                                                   –            –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  8.5 - Pharmacy                                                         –            –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  8.6 - Clinics                                                      31,100       37,419         18,391       48,207          48,207            48,207              –              –             –
  8.7 - Aids Training Information Centre                              1,855        2,269          2,141        2,522           2,522             2,522           2,522          2,522         2,522
  8.8 - Environmental Health                                         13,752       13,746         14,605       12,216          12,216            12,216          12,216         12,216        12,216
  8.9 - Pest Control                                                      8            5             21            8               8                 8               9             10            11
  8.10 - Pollution Control                                               –            –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  8.11 - Educare Centre                                                   7            5              7            6               6                 6               7              8             9
  8.12 - Public Safety Administration                                    –            –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
                                                                                                                                                      2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                    Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                      Framework

                                                             Audited      Audited        Audited      Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                             Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  8.13 - Fire and Rescue Services                                35,173       42,512         51,089        54,805        54,186              54,186         61,868       68,364         75,542
  8.14 - Security Services                                            9           10             14            18             18                 18             19           21             24
  8.15 - Traffic Administration                                      46          861            179            16             16                 16             18           20             22
  8.16 - Traffic Control                                             –             9              1            –              –                  –              –            –              –
  8.17 - Criminal Process                                         6,976        8,232          7,281        10,600        10,600              10,600         11,702       12,942         14,288
  8.18 - Vehicle Test Station / Examination                         567          770            824           775            775                775            856          946          1,045
  8.19 - Vehicle Registration                                    17,866       21,057         28,110        29,057        29,057              29,057         32,079       35,479         39,169
  8.20 - Drivers License Testing                                 11,616       13,277         14,159        14,484        14,484              14,484         15,990       17,685         19,525
  8.21 - Traffic Technical Services                                  –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  8.22 - Parking Areas / Meters                                     663          405            335           798            798                798            881          974          1,075
  8.23 - Disaster Management                                         88           18             11            –              97                 97             –            –              –
  8.24 - Dog Tax Office                                             524          558            619         1,348          1,348              1,348          1,489        1,646          1,818
  Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                     193,927      216,125        249,259      260,939         253,497           253,497         302,681        339,110       380,449
  9.1 - Office of The Director of Community Services                  2            0             –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  9.2 - Cleansing Administration Support                              0          190             –             2               2                 2               2              2             2
  9.3 - Environmental Administration Support                         –            –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  9.4 - Environmental Services                                    3,289        2,325          2,201          288             288               288             318            351           388
  9.5 - Environmental Conservation                                  421           –               0           –               –                 –               –              –             –
  9.6 - Environmental Workshop                                       –             0              0           –               –                 –               –              –             –
  9.7 - Interments                                                4,585        4,456          6,684        6,092           6,165             6,165           6,725          7,438         8,212
  9.8 - Gompo Admin Building                                         –            –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  9.9 - Integrated Environmental Management                         240          150            158           –              122               122              –              –             –
  9.10 - Arts & Cultural Services Admin                              –             0              2            5               5                 5               5              6             7
  9.11 - Libraries                                                4,364        4,335          5,331        4,826           4,826             4,826           4,878          4,936         4,999
  9.12 - Art Gallery                                                  0            0              0            1               1                 1               2              2             2
  9.13 - Art Centres                                                  5           –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  9.14 - Halls                                                    1,934        8,859         11,622        1,700           1,700             1,700           1,877          2,076         2,291
  9.15 - Amenities Administration Support                           140           99             –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  9.16 - Sportsfields                                             1,251        2,189            808           96              96                96             106            118           130
  9.17 - Swimming Pools                                             253          275            326          335             335               335             370            409           452
  9.18 - Aquarium                                                   279          451            240          388             388               388             428            474           523
  9.19 - Zoo                                                      1,022        1,089          1,035        1,328           1,328             1,328           1,466          1,622         1,790
  9.20 - Beaches                                                    441          697            469          471             471               471             520            575           635
  9.21 - Resorts                                                    643          573            823        2,551           2,551             2,551           2,816          3,115         3,439
  9.22 - Cleansing Administration Support                           923            1              1            1               1                 1               1              1             2
  9.23 - Refuse Removal                                         167,678      186,577        215,641      239,220         231,584           231,584         271,154        305,048       343,179
  9.24 - Waste Disposal Sites                                     3,587        3,822          3,646        3,635           3,635             3,635           4,013          4,439         4,900




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                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                  Vote Description                      Ref     2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                  Framework

                                                               Audited       Audited          Audited       Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                               Outcome       Outcome          Outcome       Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  9.25 - Street Sweeping                                               34              36            40                –                   –                  –             –            –              –
  9.26 - Public Conveniences                                           –               –            231                –                   –                  –             –            –              –
  9.27 - E.L Regional Waste Disposal Site & Transfer Station        2,836              –             –                 –                   –                  –          8,000        8,500          9,500
  Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                  –             –                –      654,418              570,539          570,539           664,237        797,684       805,578
  10.1 - IDP                                                             –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –              –             –
  10.2 - Development Co-Operation                                        –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –              –             –
  10.3 - Strategic Support                                               –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –              –             –
  10.4 - Local Economic Development                                      –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –              –             –
  10.5 - Integrated Environmental Management                             –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –              –             –
  10.6 - Market                                                          –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –              –             –
  10.7 - Transfer to/from other reserves                                 –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –              –             –
  10.8 - Transfer Recognised - Capital                                   –             –                –      654,418              567,749          567,749           664,237        797,684       805,578
  10.9 - Contributions Recognised - Capital                              –             –                –           –                 2,790            2,790                –              –             –

Total Revenue by Vote                                     2     2,294,176     2,772,026        3,039,354     4,307,707            4,018,908         4,018,908        4,591,105      5,184,683      5,619,108




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                                                                                                                                                        2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                  Vote Description                      Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                  Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                        Framework

                                                              Audited      Audited        Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                              Outcome      Outcome        Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15

Expenditure by Vote                                       1
  Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services               86,237      110,204         87,492       104,511          127,378          127,378         129,337         138,668        143,093
  1.1 - Office of The Director of Executive Support               22,450       34,762         14,488        15,133           13,113           13,113          15,176          16,009         16,817
  1.2 - Executive Mayor, Speaker & Mayoral Committee              10,807       11,088         11,191        15,137           17,887           17,887          18,527          19,199         20,109
  1.3 - Councillors                                               15,322       16,250         20,248        22,641           35,344           35,344          36,507          39,063         41,809
  1.4 - Grants-In-Aid                                             15,650       22,140          9,100        13,574           13,574           13,574          15,035          16,646         18,395
  1.5 - Public Participation & Ward Committees                     2,618        3,754          3,254         6,055            5,896            5,896           5,780           5,998          6,267
  1.6 - Strategic Support                                          2,928        1,657          1,448         1,839            1,750            1,750           2,892           5,011          2,138
  1.7 - Special Programmes                                         1,312        3,410          3,532         1,386            2,288            2,288           1,411           1,500          1,591
  1.8 - City Hall                                                    229          287          2,344           197              222              222             240             262            287
  1.9 - IDP                                                        4,250        4,152          5,138         8,022            7,882            7,882           8,375           8,704          9,058
  1.10 - G I S Unit                                                1,511        2,912          2,570         2,152            5,023            5,023           4,417           4,484          4,027
  1.11 - Development Co-Operation                                  2,153        2,655          2,437         2,126            5,035            5,035           5,216           5,380          5,488
  1.12 - Public Relations & International Events                   7,008        7,137          9,950        13,374           16,552           16,552          13,385          13,898         14,447
  1.13 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                  –            –           1,793         2,875            2,812            2,812           2,376           2,513          2,661
  Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                        19,980       29,591         45,686        37,771           40,654            40,654         43,698          47,596         49,437
  2.1 - Office of The Municipal Manager & Support Services        11,221       17,492         30,725        22,734           25,940            25,940         26,256          28,899         29,268
  2.2 - Internal Audit                                             2,234        2,802          3,074         4,587            4,133             4,133          5,172           5,529          5,912
  2.3 - Legal Services                                             6,524        9,297         11,886        10,450           10,581            10,581         12,271          13,168         14,257
  Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                 68,160       76,094         88,852       312,579          120,308          120,308         127,616         194,455        203,943
  3.1 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                                  21           –              –             –                –                –                2               2              1
  3.2 - Office of The Chief Operations Officer                     1,270        2,241          2,368         2,830            3,523            3,523           3,259           3,478          3,712
  3.3 - Housing Department                                        61,299       69,605         81,752       304,008          109,898          109,898         118,667         185,083        194,118
  3.4 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                               5,570        4,248          4,732         5,741            6,887            6,887           5,688           5,892          6,112
  Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                 311,150      259,446        231,662       337,167          322,692          322,692         368,961         398,053        421,180
  4.1 - Office of The Director of Finance                         26,097       37,972        (48,064)       31,092           33,619           33,619          34,399          34,593         34,726
  4.2 - Support Services Office                                    5,104        5,837          6,637         7,535            7,777            7,777           8,107           8,654          9,273
  4.3 - Budget Office                                             12,265       11,414         12,949        19,226           15,286           15,286          21,962          22,762         23,560
  4.4 - Asset Risk & Financial Services                           19,819       20,636         36,195        44,979           47,270           47,270          51,079          55,993         61,324
  4.5 - Supply Chain Management                                   13,011       15,603         17,506        17,578           18,354           18,354          18,279          19,513         20,838
  4.6 - Expenditure Office                                         2,629        3,116          3,578         4,049            3,825            3,825           4,249           4,551          4,876
  4.7 - Salary Office                                             10,663       12,195         12,926         4,922            4,903            4,903           5,134           5,364          5,585
  4.8 - Rates and Valuations Office                              154,119       77,767        109,970        96,840           82,157           82,157         109,627         118,300        127,053
  4.9 - Consolidated Billing & Miscellaneous Revenue Office       21,047       23,099         24,501        33,459           27,682           29,682          33,209          35,304         37,559
  4.10 - Debtors Management Office                                16,601       18,019         16,771        34,700           36,645           34,645          36,385          43,089         43,406
  4.11 - Customer Care Office                                     20,853       23,924         26,547        29,511           31,988           31,988          32,090          34,429         36,444




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                                                                                                                                                        2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                      Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                        Framework

                                                               Audited      Audited        Audited      Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                               Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  4.12 - Pre-Payment Vending Office                                 8,941        9,863         12,145        13,276        13,188              13,188         14,440       15,500         16,537
  Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                        64,253       72,896         80,462      110,558         104,895           104,895         131,696        138,362       145,518
  5.1 - Office of The Director of Corporate Services                2,005        2,324          7,061       21,595          17,259            17,259          36,296         38,970        41,509
  5.2 - Support Services Office                                       928          209            671          446             446               446             503            500           464
  5.3 - Administrative & Council Support                            6,003        7,000          9,023        9,698           9,592             9,592          10,287         10,846        11,444
  5.4 - Auxilliary & Telecommunication Support                      5,258        5,096          5,500        6,609           6,749             6,749           7,030          7,494         7,990
  5.5 - General Admin & Telecomm Services                           2,904        3,747          2,899        2,206           2,116             2,116           3,373          3,530         3,504
  5.6 - Management Information Services                            19,444       19,376         21,211       24,437          23,631            23,631          26,763         26,812        27,296
  5.7 - H.R. Administration                                         9,227       10,042          9,087       19,346          19,310            19,310          19,704         20,387        21,226
  5.8 - Occupational Risk Management                                1,940        2,435          2,452        3,107           2,746             2,746           3,144          3,342         3,551
  5.9 - Labour Relations                                            3,257        5,153          4,516        5,481           5,281             5,281           5,939          6,377         6,848
  5.10 - Organisational Development                                11,804       15,786         18,043       17,633          17,764            17,764          18,653         20,100        21,684
  5.11 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                1,484        1,729              0            1               1                 1               5              5             2
  Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                   1,140,360    1,572,683      1,862,096     2,104,626      2,079,822         2,079,822       2,176,078      2,402,232      2,617,233
  6.1 - Office of The Director of Engineering Services              6,180       20,023         17,404        13,998         12,649            12,649          19,883         23,219         18,781
  6.2 - City Engineering Building                                   1,164        1,398          1,407         1,168          1,160             1,160           1,312          1,472          1,658
  6.3 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                          1,499        1,723          1,819         1,225          1,668             1,668           1,328          1,432          1,544
  6.4 - Beacon Bay Civic Centre                                       359          379            348           319            319               319             339            350            362
  6.5 - Scientific Services                                         6,252        7,341          7,781         8,888          8,605             8,605          10,405         11,060         11,467
  6.6 - Night Soil Removal - Coastal                                3,982        4,504          5,352         6,407          6,232             6,188           6,958          7,394          7,852
  6.7 - Night Soil Removal - Central                                  421          550            558           685            602               602             657            703            751
  6.8 - Night Soil Removal - Inland                                   168           12            198           460            460               460             494            526            560
  6.9 - Sewerage Admin                                             57,874       59,728         83,499        85,763         77,105            77,090         100,614        108,554        117,461
  6.10 - Sewerage Pump Station - Coastal                            7,827        8,835         11,316        14,526         14,388            14,386          17,207         20,426         24,278
  6.11 - Sewerage Pump Station - Central                            6,692        4,866          5,006         4,621          4,621             4,621           5,356          6,278          7,388
  6.12 - Sewerage Pump Station - Inland                               387          379            529           433            433               433             476            501            528
  6.13 - Sewerage Treatment - Coastal                              24,696       22,440         30,516        21,208         21,528            21,590          24,612         25,288         23,740
  6.14 - Sewerage Treatment - Central                               8,041       11,674         16,843        13,134         13,200            13,200          14,815         15,377         15,913
  6.15 - Sewerage Treatment - Inland                                8,546       10,012         14,564        11,992         12,054            12,054          13,139         13,762         14,316
  6.16 - Sewerage Reticulation - Coastal                           26,499       44,626         46,160        49,148         48,109            48,109          36,577         37,915         37,659
  6.17 - Sewerage Reticulation - Central                           10,969       23,783         24,894        25,559         25,477            25,477          15,480         16,179         16,926
  6.18 - Sewerage Reticulation - Inland                            10,008       17,474         18,760        20,367         19,921            19,921          15,367         16,233         17,109
  6.19 - Sewerage Interceptors                                      2,567        7,796          7,741         8,757          8,757             8,757           8,514          8,180          7,811
  6.20 - Water Administration                                     145,133      137,016        227,527       216,278        208,977           208,977         220,320        235,341        251,600
  6.21 - Water Miscellaneous                                           –            –              –             –              –                 –               –              –              –
  6.22 - Maden Dam                                                    556          811            702           666            690               690             723            777            837
  6.23 - Bridle Drift Dam                                             782          350            433           467            477               477             666            720            779




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                                                                                                                                                        2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                  Vote Description                       Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                        Framework

                                                               Audited      Audited        Audited      Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                               Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  6.24 - Bulk Pumping Stations                                      7,929        9,980         11,773         8,153          8,109              8,109          9,749       11,678         14,004
  6.25 - Water Treatment Works                                         –            –              –             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  6.26 - Umzonyana Water Treatment Works                           13,560       14,961         16,485        15,076        17,925              17,925         20,223       22,476         25,009
  6.27 - Needs Camp Water Treatment Works                             564          930            780           845            902                902            898          966          1,038
  6.28 - KWT Water Treatment Works                                  3,387        3,781          4,056         3,777          4,017              4,017          4,161        4,506          4,881
  6.29 - Mdantsane Bulk Pumping                                     1,754        2,044          2,541         2,766          2,724              2,724          2,985        3,206          3,442
  6.30 - Water Ops and Maint. - Inland                             16,866       23,255         37,654        26,730        26,247              26,247         27,211       28,137         29,091
  6.31 - Water Ops and Maint. - Midland                            12,935       17,366         25,601        17,908        17,531              17,531         19,293       20,250         21,335
  6.32 - Water Ops and Maint. - Coastal                            27,599       42,761         53,914        44,010        43,915              43,915         40,821       42,776         44,782
  6.33 - Construction Distribution                                  7,775        5,695          5,614         6,695          6,325              6,325          8,173        8,699          9,320
  6.34 - Roads Administration                                      94,100      226,805        143,616      193,818        193,964            193,964         113,058      115,774         96,121
  6.35 - Roads Design                                                  –             0          6,079           240            240                240          3,611        3,611          2,639
  6.36 - Roads and Stormwater Drainage                             49,288       50,840         82,742        81,068        80,235              80,235         92,985       96,923         96,826
  6.37 - Provincial Main Roads                                      3,467        7,814          4,984         5,305          5,305              5,305          5,703        6,131          6,590
  6.38 - Project Management and Implementation Branch               5,255        4,534          4,449         5,974          5,761              5,761          6,541        7,000          7,360
  6.39 - Project Management Unit                                    1,884        1,866          2,206         3,260          2,773              2,773          3,378        3,600          3,838
  6.40 - Mechanical Workshop - Westbank                             2,247        2,489          2,154         2,426          2,347              2,347          2,847        3,055          3,280
  6.41 - Fleet Management - Westbank                                1,360        1,624          1,719         2,285          1,857              1,857          2,232        2,395          2,568
  6.42 - Mechanical Workshop - Braelyn                              7,068        7,831          8,443         9,683          9,421              9,421         10,710       11,423         12,219
  6.43 - Fleet Management - Braelyn                                 1,914        1,924          8,643         9,809          9,857              9,857         10,420       10,075          9,628
  6.44 - Electricity Administration                               447,063      568,473        706,354      920,688        921,835            921,835       1,075,029    1,238,192      1,425,212
  6.45 - Electricity Distribution Supervisory Staff                54,628       80,068         78,802        91,915        85,359              85,349         81,252       86,247         91,168
  6.46 - Electricity Planning & Design                             46,317      108,118        126,019      140,839        140,863            140,873         113,733      117,129        120,758
  6.47 - Revenue Protection                                         2,799        3,803          4,110         5,288          4,881              4,881          5,819        6,298          6,804
  Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                     102,869      169,999        182,666      208,613         209,155           209,155         209,075        232,378       239,618
  7.1 - Office of The Director of Planning & Economic Dev.          1,762        2,124          2,036        2,608           2,567             2,567           2,919          3,111         3,286
  7.2 - Development Planning Administration                           849          356            689        1,161           1,053             1,161           4,196          5,788         4,361
  7.3 - Housing Department                                             70           28             30           10              10                10               6              5             5
  7.4 - Berlin Transit Camp                                            –            –              –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  7.5 - Garcia Flats                                                  374          189            174          364             364               364             404            449           498
  7.6 - Gompo Hostel                                                   22           24             –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  7.7 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 1                                   1            2             –            –               –                 –               –              –             –
  7.8 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 2                                  11           12             12           12              12                12              14             15            17
  7.9 - Pefferville 619                                               217           81              5            7               7                 7               8              9            10
  7.10 - Kwt Housing Staff and Rents and Leases                        40           96             89           41              70                70              44             47            51
  7.11 - City Planning                                             10,030       12,435         13,533       16,098          17,502            17,394          16,522         17,543        18,641
  7.12 - Architecture                                               5,483        6,500          6,962        7,960           8,030             8,030           9,303          9,963        10,630




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
                                                                                                                                                           2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                        Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                           Framework

                                                                 Audited      Audited        Audited       Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                 Outcome      Outcome        Outcome       Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  7.13 - Land Administration                                         20,595       67,879         71,381         75,161        75,754              75,754         73,558       75,108         76,734
  7.14 - Land Surveying                                               3,595        4,090          4,022          5,216          5,237              5,237          5,689        6,557          6,587
  7.15 - Property Administrarion                                         –            –              –              –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.16 - Building Maintenance - Coastal / Central                    14,635       15,838         17,407         18,638        18,661              18,661         20,316       21,720         23,281
  7.17 - Electricity House                                               74          222            149             75             75                 75             87          100            116
  7.18 - Buxton House                                                    39           80             78             30             30                 30             35           41             48
  7.19 - Munifin Centre                                                 971        1,118          1,228            870            870                870          1,003        1,162          1,349
  7.20 - Braelyn Depot                                                  321          352            198            264            264                264            308          362            424
  7.21 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                              –            –              –              –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.22 - Gonubie Public & Council Buildings                             257          364            333            182            182                182            213          251            297
  7.23 - Mdantsane Zone Office                                        1,411        2,082          1,519            482            482                482            546          622            710
  7.24 - KWT Civic (Admin) Buildings                                  1,051        1,490            982            642            642                642            739          855            995
  7.25 - Miscellaneous                                                   –            –              –              –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.26 - Ilitha Small Business Centre                                    37           47              8             –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.27 - Phakamisa Small Business Centre                                 39           15             –              –              –                  –              –            –              –
  7.28 - Signage Control                                                611          761            792            842            926                926            897          959          1,025
  7.29 - Old Mutual Building                                            506          736            601            905            905                905            978        1,060          1,150
  7.30 - Transport Planning & Operations Admin                        8,441        9,697         15,134         19,213        18,187              18,187         15,469       17,199         17,403
  7.31 - Traffic Engineering                                          1,554        3,040          3,176          3,579          3,532              3,532          3,815        4,085          4,376
  7.32 - Traffic Signal Maintenance                                   1,405        1,398          1,566          1,717          1,639              1,639          1,868        1,983          2,129
  7.33 - Buffalo City Bus Services                                    7,254       10,333          9,968         11,250        10,925              10,925         12,715       13,568         14,517
  7.34 - BCMET                                                          345          315            237            743            743                743            743          743            743
  7.35 - Local Economic Development                                  10,789       17,323         18,059         27,966        28,188              28,188         22,456       33,632         33,748
  7.36 - Market                                                      10,078       10,971         12,295         12,576        12,299              12,299         14,224       15,440         16,486
  Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                     152,732      184,564        196,260       257,643         264,470           264,470         243,455        254,018       269,104
  8.1 - Office of The Director of Health & Public Safety              1,568        7,671         (5,462)        1,786           1,771             1,771           2,212          2,343         2,353
  8.2 - Support Services                                              1,526        1,871          1,822         2,272           2,109             2,109           2,430          2,602         2,785
  8.3 - Health Administration                                         5,734        4,518          4,582         5,617           4,540             5,290           4,366          4,685         5,025
  8.4 - Health Support                                                4,363        5,916          6,910         7,893           7,596             7,596           1,040            752           754
  8.5 - Pharmacy                                                        804          958          1,031         1,195           1,152             1,152             217            230           244
  8.6 - Clinics                                                      20,442       24,407         34,555        39,839          39,229            38,479          11,405          6,795         7,066
  8.7 - Aids Training Information Centre                              1,699        1,164            966         2,177           1,912             1,912           1,025          1,038         1,050
  8.8 - Environmental Health                                         10,914        9,621         10,727        11,494          11,639            11,639          12,405         13,286        14,144
  8.9 - Pest Control                                                    825        1,024          1,081         1,201           1,185             1,185           1,308          1,409         1,505
  8.10 - Pollution Control                                              749        1,186          1,169         1,453           1,441             1,441           1,918          2,004         1,657
  8.11 - Educare Centre                                                 529          619            638           704             722               722             761            817           877
  8.12 - Public Safety Administration                                 1,563        1,740          1,809         2,018           2,009             2,009           2,257          2,370         2,417




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
                                                                                                                                                      2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                    Ref    2008/9      2009/10        2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                      Framework

                                                             Audited      Audited        Audited      Original       Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                             Outcome      Outcome        Outcome      Budget          Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  8.13 - Fire and Rescue Services                                39,919       50,117         53,809        64,525        61,596              61,596         70,288       75,466         80,739
  8.14 - Security Services                                       11,282       14,102         17,703        33,407        51,650              51,660         47,461       51,226         55,220
  8.15 - Traffic Administration                                  21,244       23,968         25,414        31,786        29,937              29,927         30,934       32,150         32,853
  8.16 - Traffic Control                                         11,264       13,513         15,419        20,116        17,701              17,701         21,969       23,372         24,765
  8.17 - Criminal Process                                         2,527        3,016          3,056         3,245          3,261              3,261          3,454        3,685          3,930
  8.18 - Vehicle Test Station / Examination                       2,301        2,835          3,248         3,397          3,179              3,179          3,566        3,837          4,130
  8.19 - Vehicle Registration                                     3,133        4,072          4,253         5,982          5,737              5,737          6,221        6,542          6,887
  8.20 - Drivers License Testing                                  2,795        3,602          3,824         4,401          3,956              3,956          4,582        4,903          5,242
  8.21 - Traffic Technical Services                               2,336        2,985          3,155         3,600          3,609              3,609          3,904        4,186          4,488
  8.22 - Parking Areas / Meters                                   3,473        3,585          3,848         5,543          4,700              4,700          5,847        6,275          6,735
  8.23 - Disaster Management                                      1,245        1,567          2,194         3,062          2,933              2,933          2,884        2,983          3,110
  8.24 - Dog Tax Office                                             495          507            507           930            904                904          1,000        1,062          1,128
  Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                     330,030      367,624        437,110      453,524         454,442           454,442         509,939        547,397       588,069
  9.1 - Office of The Director of Community Services              2,289        3,798         23,999       17,244          20,034            20,034          19,381         21,247        23,137
  9.2 - Cleansing Administration Support                          3,267        4,672          2,742        3,310           3,035             3,035           3,299          3,526         3,772
  9.3 - Environmental Administration Support                      1,126        2,062            688        1,575           1,549             1,549           1,705          1,826         1,954
  9.4 - Environmental Services                                   46,861       47,707         53,931       54,621          55,660            55,660          58,057         61,971        66,194
  9.5 - Environmental Conservation                                8,687       10,408         11,561       12,893          13,125            13,125          13,556         14,588        15,662
  9.6 - Environmental Workshop                                    3,387        4,329          5,773        4,828           5,115             5,115           5,191          5,573         5,959
  9.7 - Interments                                               18,654       18,543         20,867       22,135          22,310            22,310          23,370         24,789        26,307
  9.8 - Gompo Admin Building                                         12            4              4           68              68                68              68             68            68
  9.9 - Integrated Environmental Management                       1,553        1,776          1,370        1,946           1,847             1,847           1,879          1,975         2,039
  9.10 - Arts & Cultural Services Admin                           6,890        7,480          7,841        9,266           9,131             9,131          10,494         11,180        11,942
  9.11 - Libraries                                               15,916       18,327         19,696       21,993          21,357            21,357          23,064         24,520        25,998
  9.12 - Art Gallery                                                649          774            766          908             891               891             981          1,050         1,125
  9.13 - Art Centres                                                539          368            354          419             419               419             433            465           501
  9.14 - Halls                                                   10,685       12,264         13,378       12,534          12,992            12,992          13,097         13,912        14,814
  9.15 - Amenities Administration Support                         2,896        4,117          3,824        3,560           3,870             3,870           3,192          3,344         3,567
  9.16 - Sportsfields                                            16,697       14,163         19,519       17,057          18,719            18,719          18,190         19,392        20,680
  9.17 - Swimming Pools                                           7,355        8,164          8,626        8,323           8,165             8,165           8,916          9,711        10,577
  9.18 - Aquarium                                                 4,792        5,237          6,366        5,854           6,132             6,132           7,259          7,760         8,273
  9.19 - Zoo                                                      4,688        4,670          5,212        5,167           5,539             5,539           5,761          6,172         6,597
  9.20 - Beaches                                                 12,224       13,072         13,729       12,485          13,337            13,337          14,067         15,240        16,525
  9.21 - Resorts                                                  4,153        4,630          5,348        3,869           4,765             4,765           4,778          5,119         5,487
  9.22 - Cleansing Administration Support                        18,513       19,504         24,171       19,851          21,095            20,895          21,519         23,029        24,291
  9.23 - Refuse Removal                                          79,959       89,077        124,515      153,330         145,087           145,187         180,963        196,153       212,986
  9.24 - Waste Disposal Sites                                     9,577       13,454         15,728        8,550           7,662             7,662           8,740          8,889         9,048




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
                                                                                                                                                                       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                       Ref     2008/9          2009/10          2010/11                       Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                       Framework

                                                                 Audited          Audited          Audited          Original          Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                 Outcome          Outcome          Outcome          Budget             Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  9.25 - Street Sweeping                                             30,250           31,126           30,449            32,260           33,822              33,922         34,056       36,457         39,036
  9.26 - Public Conveniences                                          6,858            8,215            8,198             8,041             7,493              7,493          8,625        9,192          9,797
  9.27 - E.L Regional Waste Disposal Site & Transfer Station         11,553           19,686            8,456            11,437           11,225              11,225         19,300       20,251         21,735
  Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                    –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.1 - IDP                                                               –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.2 - Development Co-Operation                                          –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.3 - Strategic Support                                                 –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.4 - Local Economic Development                                        –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.5 - Integrated Environmental Management                               –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.6 - Market                                                            –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.7 - Transfer to/from other reserves                                   –                –                –               –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  10.8 - Transfer Recognised - Capital
  10.9 - Contributions Recognised - Capital

Total Expenditure by Vote                                  2       2,275,770        2,843,099        3,212,286        3,926,991         3,723,816         3,723,816       3,939,855      4,353,158      4,677,197

Surplus/(Deficit) for the year                                    2    18,406           (71,073)         (172,932)       380,716          295,092           295,092         651,250        831,525       941,911
References
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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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A4 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
                                                                                                                                                                         2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                  Ref     2008/9         2009/10        2010/11                         Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                         Framework

                                                           Audited         Audited        Audited       Original        Adjusted        Full Year        Pre-audit       Budget Year     Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                           1
                                                           Outcome         Outcome        Outcome       Budget           Budget         Forecast         outcome           2012/13          2013/14        2014/15
Revenue By Source
  Property rates                                     2        362,669         426,500        452,694       520,511         519,836         519,836          523,132           578,577          645,114        719,302
  Property rates - penalties & collection charges                    824         547            612          1,236           1,236            1,236             391             1,376            1,534          1,710
  Service charges - electricity revenue              2        609,731         802,485        924,518     1,142,652       1,142,652        1,142,652         746,079         1,251,945        1,390,285      1,543,633
  Service charges - water revenue                    2        181,117         201,622        200,158       233,283         225,867         225,867          157,745           257,827          294,826        337,133
  Service charges - sanitation revenue               2        128,522         145,648        166,162       180,203         182,820         182,820          183,195           201,650          222,824        246,220
  Service charges - refuse revenue                   2        124,506         139,256        157,219       173,905         176,193         176,193          117,097           197,865          222,598        250,423
  Service charges - other                                      16,742            (802)        16,943        22,539          22,539           22,539           16,444           24,873           27,500         30,371
  Rental of facilities and equipment                           12,750          12,910         14,107        12,759          12,759           12,759            6,765           14,086           15,579         17,199
  Interest earned - external investments                       85,519          42,105         32,527        30,192          30,192           30,192           28,565           53,986           55,386         56,828
  Interest earned - outstanding debtors                        35,093          44,818         21,202        22,036          22,036           22,036           15,523           24,328           26,907         29,705
  Dividends received                                                 165             86             –              60              60               60               –             –                –              –
  Fines                                                         7,058           8,257          7,321        10,657          10,657           10,657            3,460           11,765           13,012         14,366
  Licences and permits                                         12,250          14,117         15,053        15,391          15,391           15,391           10,693           16,992           18,793         20,747
  Agency services                                                    –               –              –              –               –                –                –             –                –              –
  Transfers recognised - operational                          444,415         573,985        679,071       966,570         763,690         763,690          491,365           804,313          917,250        972,541
  Other revenue                                      2         98,454         118,240        118,595       321,296         322,441         322,441          196,282           487,284          535,393        573,351
  Gains on disposal of PPE                                      4,168           2,523            437            –               –                –                –                –                –              –
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and              2,123,984       2,532,297      2,806,620     3,653,289       3,448,369        3,448,369        2,496,736        3,926,868        4,386,999      4,813,530
contributions)

Expenditure By Type
  Employee related costs                             2        656,568         766,288        837,301       983,308         979,841          979,841          612,768        1,041,175        1,115,948      1,198,740
  Remuneration of councillors                                  19,359          19,691         23,278        28,871          42,074           42,074           20,022           45,219           48,599         52,233
  Debt impairment                                    3        138,109          24,317        210,998       165,450         165,450          165,450               –           215,000          225,000        237,000
  Depreciation & asset impairment                    2        221,037         516,523        431,395       473,248         473,248          473,248          315,499          330,547          327,118        281,973
  Finance charges                                              84,868         119,639         86,767        93,951          93,951           93,951               –            89,112           84,904         80,298
  Bulk purchases                                     2        466,747         593,724        771,253       940,528         928,119          928,119          605,160        1,069,130        1,232,790      1,419,591
  Other materials                                    8             –               –              –             –               –                –                –                –                –              –
  Contracted services                                           4,493           8,345          5,908         8,317           8,317            8,317            2,958            9,182           10,156         11,212
  Transfers and grants                                         16,250          22,900         20,872        27,616          27,616           27,616           12,442           30,464           33,672         37,160
  Other expenditure                                 4, 5      667,553         770,225        818,468     1,205,702       1,005,199        1,005,199          453,030        1,110,026        1,274,972      1,358,990
  Loss on disposal of PPE                                         784           1,447          6,046            –               –                –                –                –                –              –
Total Expenditure                                           2,275,770       2,843,099      3,212,286     3,926,991       3,723,816        3,723,816        2,021,880        3,939,855        4,353,158      4,677,197
Surplus/(Deficit)                                            (151,786)       (310,803)      (405,666)     (273,702)       (275,447)        (275,447)        474,857           (12,987)          33,841        136,333




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                                                                                                                                                                                              2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                            Ref     2008/9           2009/10           2010/11                              Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Framework

                                                                    Audited           Audited           Audited           Original          Adjusted          Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                     1
                                                                    Outcome           Outcome           Outcome           Budget             Budget           Forecast        outcome           2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
   Transfers recognised - capital                                      170,192           239,729            232,734          654,418           567,749            567,749             –            664,237      797,684        805,578
   Contributions recognised - capital                          6            –                  –                 –                 –              2,790             2,790             –                 –            –              –
   Contributed assets                                                       –                  –                 –                 –                 –                  –             –                 –            –              –
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &                             18,406            (71,073)         (172,932)         380,716           295,092            295,092        474,857           651,250      831,525        941,911
contributions
  Taxation                                                                    –                 –                 –                –                 –                 –              –                 –              –             –
Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation                                          18,406           (71,073)         (172,932)         380,716           295,092           295,092        474,857           651,250        831,525       941,911
  Attributable to minorities                                                  –                 –                 –                –                 –                 –              –                 –              –             –
Surplus/(Deficit) attributable to municipality                            18,406           (71,073)         (172,932)         380,716           295,092           295,092        474,857           651,250        831,525       941,911
   Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                    7               –                 –                 –                –                 –                 –                 –             –              –             –
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year                                            18,406           (71,073)         (172,932)         380,716           295,092           295,092        474,857           651,250        831,525       941,911
References
1. Classifications are revenue sources and expenditure type
2. Detail to be provided in Table SA1
3. Previously described as 'bad or doubtful debts' - amounts shown should reflect the change in the provision for debt impairment
4. Expenditure type components previously shown under repairs and maintenance should be allocated back to the originating expenditure group/item; e.g. employee costs
5. Repairs & maintenance detailed in Table A9 and Table SA34c
6. Contributions are funds provided by external organisations to assist with infrastructure development; e.g. developer contributions (detail to be provided in Table SA1)
7. Equity method
8. All materials not part of 'bulk' e.g road making materials, pipe, cable etc.
                                              check balance                       -0               -0             -116               -                   -                -                            -               -0                0

                                              Total revenue            2,294,176         2,772,026         3,039,354         4,307,707         4,018,908         4,018,908      2,496,736         4,591,105      5,184,683     5,619,108




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A5 Budgeted Capital Expenditure by vote, standard classification and funding
                                                                                                                                                                     2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                    Ref    2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                     Framework

                                                             Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                              1
                                                             Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome           2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Capital expenditure - Vote
Multi-year expenditure to be appropriated               2
   Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services              4,191        45,427        20,564            –          15,863          15,863         15,863             4,500           2,000             –
   Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                          15           144           132         1,000          1,050           1,050          1,050                –               –              –
   Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                  297        25,092         7,113       107,159         65,436          65,436         65,436           111,308         157,767        159,304
   Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                 6,532         9,750         2,566         5,497         13,567          13,567         13,567                –               –              –
   Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                      6,973         4,503         4,540         7,873          7,638           7,638          7,638            18,000          19,250         21,750
   Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                  297,833       288,011       285,914       336,577        391,439         391,439        391,439           378,408         473,614        510,773
   Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                   25,096        27,524        43,436       220,667        144,605         144,605        144,605           180,157         182,262         87,500
   Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                  8,306         5,915        13,428        26,409         31,123          31,123         31,123            10,128           8,473         13,470
   Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                     17,333        23,511        21,418        59,486         54,927          54,927         54,927            31,764          65,041        115,000
   Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                             –             –             –             –              –               –              –                 –               –              –
Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total                7       366,575       429,879       399,110       764,669        725,646         725,646        725,646           734,265         908,407        907,798
Single-year expenditure to be appropriated              2
  Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                    –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                             –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                      –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                       –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                            –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                          –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                          –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                        –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                            –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
Capital single-year expenditure sub-total                              –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
Total Capital Expenditure - Vote                                366,575       429,879       399,110       764,669        725,646         725,646        725,646           734,265         908,407        907,798
Capital Expenditure - Standard
  Governance and administration                                  17,711        59,680        27,638        13,370         23,315          23,315                 –         22,500          21,250         21,750
     Executive and council                                        4,206        45,427           228            –           2,111           2,111                 –          4,500           2,000             –
     Budget and treasury office                                   6,532         9,750        27,410         5,497         13,567          13,567                 –             –               –              –
     Corporate services                                           6,973         4,503            –          7,873          7,638           7,638                 –         18,000          19,250         21,750
  Community and public safety                                    15,584        48,632        38,252       146,469        121,634         121,634                 –        131,336         195,740        253,774
     Community and social services                                1,175        12,723        16,957        10,686         11,625          11,625                 –         15,000          33,000         85,000
     Sport and recreation                                         6,739         4,690         1,129         2,627         13,585          13,585                 –             –               –              –
     Public safety                                                6,201         4,374        10,757        22,163         27,955          27,955                 –         10,128           8,473         13,470
     Housing                                                        261        25,902         7,113       107,159         65,436          65,436                 –        106,208         154,267        155,304




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A5 Budgeted Capital Expenditure by vote, standard classification and funding
                                                                                                                                                                                                   2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                    Vote Description                        Ref        2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                               Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework

                                                                      Audited           Audited           Audited            Original          Adjusted          Full Year         Pre-audit       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                    1
                                                                      Outcome           Outcome           Outcome            Budget             Budget           Forecast          outcome           2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
      Health                                                               1,208               943             2,297               3,834             3,034              3,034                  –             –            –              –
   Economic and environmental services                                   121,388           136,657           113,544            293,000           253,074            253,074                   –        305,157      324,787        335,919
      Planning and development                                            25,096            25,673            28,666            221,667           145,605            145,605                   –        180,157      182,262         87,500
      Road transport                                                      90,940           108,615            82,686              67,376          103,490            103,490                   –        120,000      130,484        228,419
      Environmental protection                                             5,353             2,369             2,192               3,957             3,979              3,979                  –          5,000       12,041         20,000
   Trading services                                                      211,414           168,366           203,554            304,030           310,965            310,965                   –        270,172      363,130        292,354
      Electricity                                                         85,114            63,244            57,802              36,401           41,273              41,273                  –         50,000      100,000         90,000
      Water                                                               58,161            51,655            68,055              21,000           24,009              24,009                  –         30,800       42,276         38,500
      Waste water management                                              63,176             3,729            76,972            204,000           206,790            206,790                   –        177,608      200,854        153,854
      Waste management                                                     4,963            49,738               725              42,628           38,893              38,893                  –         11,764       20,000         10,000
   Other                                                                     478            16,544            16,122               7,800           16,658              16,658                  –          5,100        3,500          4,000
Total Capital Expenditure - Standard                          3           366,575           429,879            399,110           764,669           725,646           725,646                   –        734,265        908,407       907,798
Funded by:
     National Government                                                  159,683           173,412            205,794           614,234           527,383           527,383                   –        601,848        703,122       726,019
     Provincial Government                                                  2,644            55,193             19,113            40,184            40,366            40,366                   –         62,389         94,562        79,559
     District Municipality                                                     –                 –                  –                 –                 –                 –                    –             –              –             –
     Other transfers and grants                                                –              8,156                 –                 –                 –                 –                    –             –              –             –
  Transfers recognised - capital                              4           162,327           236,761            224,907           654,418           567,749           567,749                   –        664,237        797,684       805,578
  Public contributions & donations                            5             6,412             1,374                800                –              2,790             2,790                   –             –              –             –
  Borrowing                                                   6            41,614            97,230             53,728                –             17,577            17,577                   –             –              –             –
  Internally generated funds                                              156,223            94,513            119,675           110,251           137,530           137,530                   –         70,028        110,723       102,220
Total Capital Funding                                         7           366,575           429,879            399,110           764,669           725,646           725,646                   –        734,265        908,407       907,798
References
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. Note that capital transfers are only appropriated to municipalities for the budget year
3. Capital expenditure by standard classification must reconcile to the appropriations by vote
4. Must reconcile to supporting table SA20 and to Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
5. Must reconcile to Budgeted 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
7. Total Capital Funding must balance with Total Capital Expenditure
8. Include any capitalised interest (MFMA section 46) as part of relevant capital budget

                                            check balance                   -439.0                 3.1           268.7                -                  1.0               1.0    725,646,383.2             -              -             -




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                                                                                                                                                                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure                   Multi-year appropriation for 2013/14                            New multi-year appropriations
                  Vote Description                         Ref    2008/9         2009/10      2010/11                       Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                    Framework                                     in the 2011/12 Annual Budget                               (funds for new and existing projects)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Downward
                                                                 Audited         Audited      Audited      Original       Adjusted       Full Year     Pre-audit    Budget Year    Budget Year   Budget Year    Appropriation     Adjustments in                        Appropriation    Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                  1                                                                                                                                                                                       adjustments
                                                                 Outcome         Outcome      Outcome      Budget          Budget        Forecast      outcome        2012/13       +1 2013/14    +2 2014/15     for 2012/13         2011/12                           carried forward     2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     for 2012/13
Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote
Multi-year expenditure appropriation                        2
    Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                 4,191         45,427       20,564               –       15,863          15,863       15,863          4,500         2,000            –                –                  –                –                   –            4,500            2,000               –
    1.1 - Office of The Director of Executive Support                 3,837         42,069       18,635               –       13,141          13,141       13,141             –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.2 - Executive Mayor, Speaker & Mayoral Committee                   76             –           205               –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.3 - Councillors                                                    –              –            23               –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.4 - Grants-In-Aid                                                  –             298           –                –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.5 - Public Participation & Ward Committees                         –              –            –                –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.6 - Strategic Support                                              –              –            –                –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.7 - Special Programmes                                             –                7          46               –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.8 - City Hall                                                      –              –            –                –           –               –            –           4,500         2,000            –                –                  –                –                   –            4,500            2,000               –
    1.9 - IDP                                                            –                9          –                –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.10 - G I S Unit                                                   158            601           –                –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.11 - Development Co-Operation                                      81          2,444        1,655               –        2,722           2,722        2,722             –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.12 - Public Relations & International Events                       38             –            –                –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    1.13 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                   –              –            –                –           –               –            –              –             –             –                –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                                15         144          132         1,000          1,050           1,050        1,050            –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    2.1 - Office of The Municipal Manager & Support Services                15         144          132         1,000          1,050           1,050        1,050            –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    2.2 - Internal Audit                                                    –           –            –             –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    2.3 - Legal Services                                                    –           –            –             –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                        297      25,092        7,113       107,159         65,436          65,436       65,436        111,308       157,767        159,304              –                  –                –                   –         111,308          157,767           159,304
    3.1 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                                      –       25,092           –             –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    3.2 - Office of The Chief Operations Officer                           261          –            –             –              –               –            –           5,100         3,500          4,000              –                  –                –                   –           5,100            3,500             4,000
    3.3 - Housing Department                                                36          –         7,113       107,159         65,436          65,436       65,436        106,208       154,267        155,304              –                  –                –                   –         106,208          154,267           155,304
    3.4 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                                      –           –            –             –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                    6,532          9,750        2,566         5,497         13,567          13,567       13,567            –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.1 - Office of The Director of Finance                             367             –           663            –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.2 - Support Services Office                                        –              –            –             –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.3 - Budget Office                                                  –             395           –             –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.4 - Asset Risk & Financial Services                                14            522          170            –          10,000          10,000       10,000            –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.5 - Supply Chain Management                                     2,099          6,558        1,369            –              11              11           11            –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.6 - Expenditure Office                                             –              –            –             –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.7 - Salary Office                                                  –             100           –             –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.8 - Rates and Valuations Office                                   331             –            21            –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.9 - Consolidated Billing & Miscellaneous Revenue Office            –              –            –             –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.10 - Debtors Management Office                                    752             –            –             –           2,856           2,856        2,856            –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.11 - Customer Care Office                                       2,374          1,686           –          5,497            700             700          700            –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    4.12 - Pre-Payment Vending Office                                   594            489          342            –              –               –            –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                         6,973          4,503        4,540         7,873          7,638           7,638        7,638         18,000        19,250         21,750              –                  –                –                   –           18,000           19,250           21,750
    5.1 - Office of The Director of Corporate Services                  736          1,139          388            –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.2 - Support Services Office                                        –             209          260            –              –               –            –           4,500            –              –               –                  –                –                   –            4,500               –                –
    5.3 - Administrative & Council Support                               81               9          11            –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.4 - Auxilliary & Telecommunication Support                         93             –            –             –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.5 - General Admin & Telecomm Services                           5,674          3,132        3,097         5,000          5,000           5,000        5,000             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.6 - Management Information Services                               376               6         758         2,873          2,638           2,638        2,638         13,500        19,250         21,750              –                  –                –                   –           13,500           19,250           21,750
    5.7 - H.R. Administration                                            –                8            7           –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.8 - Occupational Risk Management                                   –              –            18            –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.9 - Labour Relations                                               13             –            –             –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.10 - Organisational Development                                    –              –            –             –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    5.11 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                   –              –            –             –              –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                     297,833        288,011      285,914       336,577        391,439        391,439       391,439        378,408       473,614        510,773              –                  –                –                   –         378,408          473,614           510,773
    6.1 - Office of The Director of Engineering Services                505          6,031          284           300            126            126           126             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.2 - City Engineering Building                                      –             853           –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.3 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                            108             –            –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.4 - Beacon Bay Civic Centre                                        –              –            –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.5 - Scientific Services                                            –              –         2,540           758            909            909           909             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.6 - Night Soil Removal - Coastal                                3,586             –            –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.7 - Night Soil Removal - Central                                   –              –            –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.8 - Night Soil Removal - Inland                                    –              –            –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.9 - Sewerage Admin                                              5,818         13,515       47,094       144,000        146,910        146,910       146,910         90,500       155,854         78,854              –                  –                –                   –          90,500          155,854            78,854
    6.10 - Sewerage Pump Station - Coastal                              228          5,944           17         2,206          2,621          2,621         2,621             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.11 - Sewerage Pump Station - Central                               –           7,504           –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    6.12 - Sewerage Pump Station - Inland                                –           3,427           –             –              –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –




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                                                                                                                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure                   Multi-year appropriation for 2013/14                            New multi-year appropriations
                  Vote Description                      Ref     2008/9      2009/10      2010/11                    Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                            Framework                                     in the 2011/12 Annual Budget                               (funds for new and existing projects)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Downward
                                                               Audited      Audited      Audited     Original     Adjusted       Full Year     Pre-audit    Budget Year    Budget Year   Budget Year    Appropriation     Adjustments in                        Appropriation    Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                1                                                                                                                                                                                 adjustments
                                                               Outcome      Outcome      Outcome     Budget        Budget        Forecast      outcome        2012/13       +1 2013/14    +2 2014/15     for 2012/13         2011/12                           carried forward     2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             for 2012/13
    6.13 - Sewerage Treatment - Coastal                            36,338       5,889        4,602       15,000       15,000          15,000       15,000         53,000        30,000         56,000              –                  –                –                   –           53,000          30,000            56,000
    6.14 - Sewerage Treatment - Central                                51          –         2,487       25,000       23,500          23,500       23,500         30,000        10,000         10,000              –                  –                –                   –           30,000          10,000            10,000
    6.15 - Sewerage Treatment - Inland                             10,551          –        10,036       15,000       15,000          15,000       15,000          1,108            –              –               –                  –                –                   –            1,108              –                 –
    6.16 - Sewerage Reticulation - Coastal                            138          –            12        5,000        5,000           5,000        5,000          3,000         5,000          9,000              –                  –                –                   –            3,000           5,000             9,000
    6.17 - Sewerage Reticulation - Central                             –           –            12           –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.18 - Sewerage Reticulation - Inland                           2,709          –            18           –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.19 - Sewerage Interceptors                                    3,143      13,415       12,695           –            67              67           67             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.20 - Water Administration                                    11,719       6,612       15,709           –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.21 - Water Miscellaneous                                         –           –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.22 - Maden Dam                                                   –           –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.23 - Bridle Drift Dam                                            –           –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.24 - Bulk Pumping Stations                                       –       13,091       31,137        5,000        5,000           5,000        5,000         12,000        22,000         22,000              –                  –                –                   –           12,000          22,000            22,000
    6.25 - Water Treatment Works                                       –           –            –            –            –               –            –          18,800        20,276         16,500              –                  –                –                   –           18,800          20,276            16,500
    6.26 - Umzonyana Water Treatment Works                          5,155         510        1,352        1,000        1,000           1,000        1,000             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.27 - Needs Camp Water Treatment Works                            –           –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.28 - KWT Water Treatment Works                               38,410      20,760           –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.29 - Mdantsane Bulk Pumping                                      –           –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.30 - Water Ops and Maint. - Inland                            2,878       7,328       17,195       15,000       18,009          18,009       18,009             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.31 - Water Ops and Maint. - Midland                              –          208          123           –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.32 - Water Ops and Maint. - Coastal                          44,876       2,710           –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.33 - Construction Distribution                                   –          435           –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.34 - Roads Administration                                    45,837            3       3,150           –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.35 - Roads Design                                                –       39,693       32,158       20,000       40,556          40,556       40,556         50,000        40,000         78,000              –                  –                –                   –           50,000          40,000            78,000
    6.36 - Roads and Stormwater Drainage                              227      63,649       46,544       49,369       64,926          64,926       64,926         70,000        90,484        150,419              –                  –                –                   –           70,000          90,484           150,419
    6.37 - Provincial Main Roads                                       –           –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.38 - Project Management and Implementation Branch               113          10          833           –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.39 - Project Management Unit                                     82          –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.40 - Mechanical Workshop - Westbank                             120          –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.41 - Fleet Management - Westbank                                126      13,178           –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.42 - Mechanical Workshop - Braelyn                            6,593          –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.43 - Fleet Management - Braelyn                                  –           –           115        7,500       16,498          16,498       16,498             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.44 - Electricity Administration                               1,216       6,740           –         2,800           –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.45 - Electricity Distribution Supervisory Staff                 107      56,504        2,670           –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    6.46 - Electricity Planning & Design                           77,198          –        55,132       28,645       36,317          36,317       36,317         50,000       100,000         90,000              –                  –                –                   –           50,000         100,000            90,000
    6.47 - Revenue Protection                                          –           –            –            –            –               –            –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –               –                 –
    Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                    25,096      27,524       43,436      220,667      144,605        144,605       144,605        180,157       182,262         87,500              –                  –                –                   –         180,157          182,262            87,500
    7.1 - Office of The Director of Planning & Economic Dev.           82         217          315           –            –              –             –          29,000        13,500          4,500              –                  –                –                   –          29,000           13,500             4,500
    7.2 - Development Planning Administration                          –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.3 - Housing Department                                           –          398           –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.4 - Berlin Transit Camp                                          –          407           –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.5 - Garcia Flats                                                 –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.6 - Gompo Hostel                                                 –          218           –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.7 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 1                                –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.8 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 2                                –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.9 - Pefferville 619                                              –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.10 - Kwt Housing Staff and Rents and Leases                     186          –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.11 - City Planning                                               –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.12 - Architecture                                                –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.13 - Land Administration                                        824          –         1,300           –         4,985          4,985         4,985             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.14 - Land Surveying                                              –           –            19           –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.15 - Property Administrarion                                     79          –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.16 - Building Maintenance - Coastal / Central                    –           –           276           –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.17 - Electricity House                                           –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.18 - Buxton House                                                –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.19 - Munifin Centre                                              –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.20 - Braelyn Depot                                               –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.21 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                          –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.22 - Gonubie Public & Council Buildings                          –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.23 - Mdantsane Zone Office                                       –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.24 - KWT Civic (Admin) Buildings                                 –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.25 - Miscellaneous                                               –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.26 - Ilitha Small Business Centre                                –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.27 - Phakamisa Small Business Centre                             –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.28 - Signage Control                                             –           –            26           –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.29 - Old Mutual Building                                         –           –            –            –            –              –             –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –              –                –                 –
    7.30 - Transport Planning & Operations Admin                   15,751      19,955       24,038      200,405      118,812        118,812       118,812        130,902       148,762         53,000              –                  –                –                   –         130,902          148,762            53,000




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                                                                                                                                                                        2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure                   Multi-year appropriation for 2013/14                            New multi-year appropriations
                  Vote Description                           Ref    2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                        Framework                                     in the 2011/12 Annual Budget                               (funds for new and existing projects)

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    7.31 - Traffic Engineering                                             –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    7.32 - Traffic Signal Maintenance                                      –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    7.33 - Buffalo City Bus Services                                       81           –         11,673             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    7.34 - BCMET                                                           –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    7.35 - Local Economic Development                                   7,409        4,333         1,339         16,942         17,848          17,848         17,848         20,255        20,000         30,000              –                  –                –                   –           20,255           20,000           30,000
    7.36 - Market                                                         684        1,996         4,449          3,320          2,960           2,960          2,960             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                       8,306        5,915        13,428         26,409         31,123          31,123         31,123         10,128         8,473         13,470              –                  –                –                   –           10,128            8,473           13,470
    8.1 - Office of The Director of Health & Public Safety                 57          476           374             –              –               –              –           7,128         5,473         10,470              –                  –                –                   –            7,128            5,473           10,470
    8.2 - Support Services                                                 –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.3 - Health Administration                                            86          123            56             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.4 - Health Support                                                   –            51            86             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.5 - Pharmacy                                                         –           288            43             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.6 - Clinics                                                         951          560         1,409          3,834          3,034           3,034          3,034             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.7 - Aids Training Information Centre                                 –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.8 - Environmental Health                                            114             3             8            –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.9 - Pest Control                                                     43           14            –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.10 - Pollution Control                                              854           26           695            412            100             100            100             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.11 - Educare Centre                                                  –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.12 - Public Safety Administration                                    83           98            46             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.13 - Fire and Rescue Services                                     1,037        1,654         8,699         20,604         26,558          26,558         26,558          3,000         3,000          3,000              –                  –                –                   –            3,000            3,000            3,000
    8.14 - Security Services                                              477          739         1,786            180             19              19             19             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.15 - Traffic Administration                                       4,393        1,877           173            450            450             450            450             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.16 - Traffic Control                                                 –              6           11             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.17 - Criminal Process                                                –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.18 - Vehicle Test Station / Examination                              12           –             –             800            800             800            800             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.19 - Vehicle Registration                                            –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.20 - Drivers License Testing                                         –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.21 - Traffic Technical Services                                      –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.22 - Parking Areas / Meters                                          –            –             30             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.23 - Disaster Management                                             37           –             11            129            163             163            163             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    8.24 - Dog Tax Office                                                 163           –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                          17,333       23,511        21,418         59,486         54,927          54,927         54,927         31,764        65,041        115,000              –                  –                –                   –           31,764           65,041          115,000
    9.1 - Office of The Director of Community Services                    113          504           397         14,058         14,000          14,000         14,000             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.2 - Cleansing Administration Support                                351           37            –           2,316          2,316           2,316          2,316          2,000         3,000          5,000              –                  –                –                   –            2,000            3,000            5,000
    9.3 - Environmental Administration Support                             –         2,259            –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.4 - Environmental Services                                          911           –          2,122             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.5 - Environmental Conservation                                    1,664           –             70             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.6 - Environmental Workshop                                           –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.7 - Interments                                                    1,416          111         3,190          3,545          3,613           3,613          3,613          5,000        12,041         20,000              –                  –                –                   –            5,000           12,041           20,000
    9.8 - Gompo Admin Building                                             –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.9 - Integrated Environmental Management                              –            –             18             –             334             334            334             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.10 - Arts & Cultural Services Admin                                  81           –             –              –             500             500            500             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.11 - Libraries                                                       15           21            47             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.12 - Art Gallery                                                     –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.13 - Art Centres                                                     –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.14 - Halls                                                        1,079       12,665        13,294          5,156          5,782           5,782          5,782          4,000        20,000         30,000              –                  –                –                   –            4,000           20,000           30,000
    9.15 - Amenities Administration Support                               606           –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.16 - Sportsfields                                                 2,226        3,037           993          4,627          4,979           4,979          4,979          9,000        10,000         50,000              –                  –                –                   –            9,000           10,000           50,000
    9.17 - Swimming Pools                                               1,652           91            88            138             13              13             13             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.18 - Aquarium                                                       562          306            –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.19 - Zoo                                                          1,329          750           426          1,527          1,330           1,330          1,330             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.20 - Beaches                                                        366           –             38            349             –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.21 - Resorts                                                         –            –             10            500            500             500            500             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.22 - Cleansing Administration Support                             2,661           –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.23 - Refuse Removal                                                  –            –             –          16,260         16,260          16,260         16,260             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.24 - Waste Disposal Sites                                            50           –             –           1,000          1,000           1,000          1,000             –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.25 - Street Sweeping                                                 –            –             –              –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.26 - Public Conveniences                                             –            –            231             –              –               –              –              –             –              –               –                  –                –                   –               –                –                –
    9.27 - E.L Regional Waste Disposal Site & Transfer Station          2,252        3,729           494         10,010          4,300           4,300          4,300         11,764        20,000         10,000              –                  –                –                   –           11,764           20,000           10,000
    Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.1 - IDP                                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.2 - Development Co-Operation                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.3 - Strategic Support                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.4 - Local Economic Development                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.5 - Integrated Environmental Management                               –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.6 - Market                                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –




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                                                                                                                                                                      2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure                   Multi-year appropriation for 2013/14                            New multi-year appropriations
                  Vote Description                         Ref    2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                      Framework                                     in the 2011/12 Annual Budget                               (funds for new and existing projects)

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    10.7 - Transfer to/from other reserves                                                                                                                       –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.8 - Transfer Recognised - Capital                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
    10.9 - Contributions Recognised - Capital                                                                                                                    –             –              –             –                –                  –                –                   –              –                 –                –
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Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total                            366,575      429,879       399,110        764,669        725,646        725,646         725,646        734,265       908,407        907,798              –                  –                                    –         734,265          908,407           907,798
Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote
Single-year expenditure appropriation                       2
    Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                      –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
    1.1 - Office of The Director of Executive Support                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.2 - Executive Mayor, Speaker & Mayoral Committee                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.3 - Councillors                                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.4 - Grants-In-Aid                                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.5 - Public Participation & Ward Committees                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.6 - Strategic Support                                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.7 - Special Programmes                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.8 - City Hall                                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.9 - IDP                                                              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.10 - G I S Unit                                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.11 - Development Co-Operation                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.12 - Public Relations & International Events                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    1.13 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                               –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
    2.1 - Office of The Municipal Manager & Support Services               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    2.2 - Internal Audit                                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    2.3 - Legal Services                                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                        –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
    3.1 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    3.2 - Office of The Chief Operations Officer                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    3.3 - Housing Department                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    3.4 - Mdantsane Urban Renewal Unit                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                         –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
    4.1 - Office of The Director of Finance                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.2 - Support Services Office                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.3 - Budget Office                                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.4 - Asset Risk & Financial Services                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.5 - Supply Chain Management                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.6 - Expenditure Office                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.7 - Salary Office                                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.8 - Rates and Valuations Office                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.9 - Consolidated Billing & Miscellaneous Revenue Office              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.10 - Debtors Management Office                                       –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.11 - Customer Care Office                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    4.12 - Pre-Payment Vending Office                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                              –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
    5.1 - Office of The Director of Corporate Services                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.2 - Support Services Office                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.3 - Administrative & Council Support                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.4 - Auxilliary & Telecommunication Support                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.5 - General Admin & Telecomm Services                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.6 - Management Information Services                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.7 - H.R. Administration                                              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.8 - Occupational Risk Management                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.9 - Labour Relations                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.10 - Organisational Development                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    5.11 - Research Policy & Knowledge Management Unit                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                            –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
    6.1 - Office of The Director of Engineering Services                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.2 - City Engineering Building                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.3 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.4 - Beacon Bay Civic Centre                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.5 - Scientific Services                                              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.6 - Night Soil Removal - Coastal                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.7 - Night Soil Removal - Central                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.8 - Night Soil Removal - Inland                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –




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                                                                                                                                                                   2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure                   Multi-year appropriation for 2013/14                            New multi-year appropriations
                  Vote Description                      Ref     2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework                                     in the 2011/12 Annual Budget                               (funds for new and existing projects)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Downward
                                                               Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit   Budget Year   Budget Year    Budget Year    Appropriation     Adjustments in                        Appropriation    Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                1                                                                                                                                                                                        adjustments
                                                               Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome       2012/13      +1 2013/14     +2 2014/15     for 2012/13         2011/12                           carried forward     2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    for 2012/13
    6.9 - Sewerage Admin                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.10 - Sewerage Pump Station - Coastal                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.11 - Sewerage Pump Station - Central                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.12 - Sewerage Pump Station - Inland                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.13 - Sewerage Treatment - Coastal                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.14 - Sewerage Treatment - Central                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.15 - Sewerage Treatment - Inland                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.16 - Sewerage Reticulation - Coastal                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.17 - Sewerage Reticulation - Central                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.18 - Sewerage Reticulation - Inland                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.19 - Sewerage Interceptors                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.20 - Water Administration                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.21 - Water Miscellaneous                                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.22 - Maden Dam                                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.23 - Bridle Drift Dam                                              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.24 - Bulk Pumping Stations                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.25 - Water Treatment Works                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.26 - Umzonyana Water Treatment Works                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.27 - Needs Camp Water Treatment Works                              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.28 - KWT Water Treatment Works                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.29 - Mdantsane Bulk Pumping                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.30 - Water Ops and Maint. - Inland                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.31 - Water Ops and Maint. - Midland                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.32 - Water Ops and Maint. - Coastal                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.33 - Construction Distribution                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.34 - Roads Administration                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.35 - Roads Design                                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.36 - Roads and Stormwater Drainage                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.37 - Provincial Main Roads                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.38 - Project Management and Implementation Branch                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.39 - Project Management Unit                                       –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.40 - Mechanical Workshop - Westbank                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.41 - Fleet Management - Westbank                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.42 - Mechanical Workshop - Braelyn                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.43 - Fleet Management - Braelyn                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.44 - Electricity Administration                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.45 - Electricity Distribution Supervisory Staff                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.46 - Electricity Planning & Design                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    6.47 - Revenue Protection                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                          –             –             –              –           –                  –           –            –              –             –
    7.1 - Office of The Director of Planning & Economic Dev.             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.2 - Development Planning Administration                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.3 - Housing Department                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.4 - Berlin Transit Camp                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.5 - Garcia Flats                                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.6 - Gompo Hostel                                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.7 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 1                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.8 - Gonubie Sub-Economic Scheme 2                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.9 - Pefferville 619                                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.10 - Kwt Housing Staff and Rents and Leases                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.11 - City Planning                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.12 - Architecture                                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.13 - Land Administration                                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.14 - Land Surveying                                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.15 - Property Administrarion                                       –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.16 - Building Maintenance - Coastal / Central                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.17 - Electricity House                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.18 - Buxton House                                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.19 - Munifin Centre                                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.20 - Braelyn Depot                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.21 - Chiselhurst Beacon Bay & Kwt Depot                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.22 - Gonubie Public & Council Buildings                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.23 - Mdantsane Zone Office                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.24 - KWT Civic (Admin) Buildings                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.25 - Miscellaneous                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.26 - Ilitha Small Business Centre                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –




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                                                                                                                                                                       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure                   Multi-year appropriation for 2013/14                            New multi-year appropriations
                     Vote Description                        Ref    2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                       Framework                                     in the 2011/12 Annual Budget                               (funds for new and existing projects)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Downward
                                                                   Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit   Budget Year   Budget Year    Budget Year    Appropriation     Adjustments in                        Appropriation    Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                    1                                                                                                                                                                                        adjustments
                                                                   Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome       2012/13      +1 2013/14     +2 2014/15     for 2012/13         2011/12                           carried forward     2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        for 2012/13
    7.27 - Phakamisa Small Business Centre                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.28 - Signage Control                                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.29 - Old Mutual Building                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.30 - Transport Planning & Operations Admin                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.31 - Traffic Engineering                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.32 - Traffic Signal Maintenance                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.33 - Buffalo City Bus Services                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.34 - BCMET                                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.35 - Local Economic Development                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    7.36 - Market                                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                            –             –             –              –           –                  –           –            –              –             –
    8.1 - Office of The Director of Health & Public Safety                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.2 - Support Services                                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.3 - Health Administration                                              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.4 - Health Support                                                     –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.5 - Pharmacy                                                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.6 - Clinics                                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.7 - Aids Training Information Centre                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.8 - Environmental Health                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.9 - Pest Control                                                       –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.10 - Pollution Control                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.11 - Educare Centre                                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.12 - Public Safety Administration                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.13 - Fire and Rescue Services                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.14 - Security Services                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.15 - Traffic Administration                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.16 - Traffic Control                                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.17 - Criminal Process                                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.18 - Vehicle Test Station / Examination                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.19 - Vehicle Registration                                              –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.20 - Drivers License Testing                                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.21 - Traffic Technical Services                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.22 - Parking Areas / Meters                                            –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.23 - Disaster Management                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    8.24 - Dog Tax Office                                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                                –             –             –              –           –                  –           –            –              –             –
    9.1 - Office of The Director of Community Services                       –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.2 - Cleansing Administration Support                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.3 - Environmental Administration Support                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.4 - Environmental Services                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.5 - Environmental Conservation                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.6 - Environmental Workshop                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.7 - Interments                                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.8 - Gompo Admin Building                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.9 - Integrated Environmental Management                                –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.10 - Arts & Cultural Services Admin                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.11 - Libraries                                                         –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.12 - Art Gallery                                                       –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.13 - Art Centres                                                       –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.14 - Halls                                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.15 - Amenities Administration Support                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.16 - Sportsfields                                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.17 - Swimming Pools                                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.18 - Aquarium                                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.19 - Zoo                                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.20 - Beaches                                                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.21 - Resorts                                                           –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.22 - Cleansing Administration Support                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.23 - Refuse Removal                                                    –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.24 - Waste Disposal Sites                                              –             –             –              –           –                  –




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                                                                                                                                                                      2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure                   Multi-year appropriation for 2013/14                            New multi-year appropriations
                    Vote Description                    Ref       2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                      Framework                                     in the 2011/12 Annual Budget                               (funds for new and existing projects)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Downward
                                                                 Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit    Budget Year    Budget Year   Budget Year    Appropriation     Adjustments in                        Appropriation    Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                               1                                                                                                                                                                                            adjustments
                                                                 Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome        2012/13       +1 2013/14    +2 2014/15     for 2012/13         2011/12                           carried forward     2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       for 2012/13
    9.25 - Street Sweeping                                                 –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.26 - Public Conveniences                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    9.27 - E.L Regional Waste Disposal Site & Transfer Station             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
    10.1 - IDP                                                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    10.2 - Development Co-Operation                                        –             –             –              –           –                  –
    10.3 - Strategic Support                                               –             –             –              –           –                  –
    10.4 - Local Economic Development                                      –             –             –              –           –                  –
    10.5 - Integrated Environmental Management                             –             –             –              –           –                  –
    10.6 - Market                                                          –             –             –              –           –                  –
    10.7 - Transfer to/from other reserves
    10.8 - Transfer Recognised - Capital                                   –             –             –              –           –                  –
    10.9 - Contributions Recognised - Capital


Capital single-year expenditure sub-total                                  –             –             –              –           –                  –           –             –              –             –
Total Capital Expenditure                                           366,575      429,879       399,110        764,669        725,646        725,646         725,646        734,265       908,407        907,798




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A6 Budgeted Financial Position
                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                      Description            Ref    2008/9      2009/10      2010/11                     Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                  Framework

                                                   Audited      Audited      Audited      Original     Adjusted       Full Year     Pre-audit     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                   Outcome      Outcome      Outcome      Budget        Budget        Forecast      outcome         2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
ASSETS
Current assets
  Cash                                                107,184       57,303       44,258       85,809       80,000          80,000        80,000         80,000          80,000         80,000
  Call investment deposits                    1       588,686      502,168      693,936      661,405      621,457         621,457       621,457      1,777,504       2,207,340      2,710,751
  Consumer debtors                            1       264,773      388,161      304,079      582,968      582,968         582,968       582,968        356,021         343,853        340,968
  Other debtors                                       116,560      125,680      109,771      106,700      136,973         136,973       136,973        132,820         146,100        160,715
  Current portion of long-term receivables                 18           11           12           –            –               –             –              10              10             10
  Inventory                                   2        64,213       91,420      142,414      122,100      122,100         122,100       122,100        172,320         189,553        208,508
Total current assets                                1,141,434    1,164,743    1,294,469    1,558,982    1,543,498       1,543,498     1,543,498      2,518,675       2,966,856      3,500,952
Non current assets
  Long-term receivables                                    93           82           70           –            –               –             –              66              66             66
  Investments                                           3,710        4,411          820          777          777             777           777            815             856            907
  Investment property                                 201,199      201,199      220,776      243,571      243,571         243,571       243,571        267,928         294,720        342,192
  Investment in Associate                               3,627           –        12,088           –            –               –             –          14,600          16,000         17,600
  Property, plant and equipment               3    12,767,176   12,615,740   11,348,031   12,930,801   12,930,801      12,930,801    12,930,801     12,017,278      12,377,202     12,755,122
  Agricultural                                             –            –            –            –            –               –             –
  Biological                                               –            –            –            –            –               –             –
  Intangible                                           11,090       12,071       14,850       14,761       14,761          14,761        14,761         17,900          19,700         21,670
  Other non-current assets                                 42           36           48           51           51              51            51             60              70             80
Total non current assets                           12,986,937   12,833,539   11,596,684   13,189,961   13,189,961      13,189,961    13,189,961     12,318,647      12,708,614     13,137,637
TOTAL ASSETS                                       14,128,371   13,998,282   12,891,153   14,748,943   14,733,459      14,733,459    14,733,459     14,837,322      15,675,470     16,638,590
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities
   Bank overdraft                             1            –            –            –            –            –               –            –               –               –              –
   Borrowing                                  4        42,390       30,740       45,760       41,013       45,000          45,000       45,000          41,533          45,401         49,674
   Consumer deposits                                   28,308       30,375       33,454       36,643       36,643          36,643       36,643          40,300          44,300         48,700
   Trade and other payables                   4       611,182      613,724      723,542      452,300      452,300         452,300      452,300       1,006,500       1,107,150      1,217,800
   Provisions                                         101,370      119,308      116,992      121,422      121,422         121,422      121,422         127,400         133,800        140,600
Total current liabilities                             783,250      794,147      919,749      651,378      655,365         655,365      655,365       1,215,733       1,330,651      1,456,774
Non current liabilities
  Borrowing                                           537,569      507,668      646,503      647,719      647,264         647,264       647,264        607,208         561,807        512,134
  Provisions                                          305,406      294,540      329,922      351,495      360,233         360,233       360,233        421,300         463,330        509,610
Total non current liabilities                         842,975      802,208      976,425      999,214    1,007,497       1,007,497     1,007,497      1,028,508       1,025,137      1,021,744
TOTAL LIABILITIES                                   1,626,225    1,596,355    1,896,174    1,650,592    1,662,862       1,662,862     1,662,862      2,244,241       2,355,788      2,478,518
NET ASSETS                                    5    12,502,146   12,401,927   10,994,979   13,098,351   13,070,597      13,070,597    13,070,597     12,593,081      13,319,682     14,160,072
COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
  Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)                     7,529,897   12,385,306   10,978,931   13,080,067   13,052,313      13,052,313    13,052,313     12,573,721      13,298,682     14,137,071
  Reserves                                    4     4,972,249       16,621       16,048       18,284       18,284          18,284        18,284         19,360          21,000         23,000




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                                                                                                                                                                                   2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                           Description                     Ref        2008/9            2009/10        2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework

                                                                     Audited           Audited         Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                     Outcome           Outcome         Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome           2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
   Minorities' interests                                                       –                   –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY                                5        12,502,146        12,401,927     10,994,979    13,098,351     13,070,597      13,070,597      13,070,597       12,593,081      13,319,682     14,160,071
References
1. Detail to be provided in Table SA3
2. Include completed low cost housing to be transferred to beneficiaries within 12 months
3. Include 'Construction-work-in-progress' (disclosed separately in annual financial statements)
4. Detail to be provided in Table SA3. Includes reserves to be funded by statute.
5. Net assets must balance with Total Community Wealth/Equity
                                            check balance                     -                    -             -              -           -                -             -            -160.41          -126.35        303.36




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A7 Budgeted Cash Flows
                                                                                                                                                                                          2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                        Description                            Ref        2008/9              2009/10        2010/11                         Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Framework

                                                                         Audited              Audited        Audited        Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year      Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                         Outcome              Outcome        Outcome        Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome           2012/13           2013/14        2014/15
CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
  Ratepayers and other                                                      2,032,780          1,833,919      1,916,526      2,465,720      2,466,553       2,466,553       2,466,553        2,739,817         3,048,711      3,379,010
  Government - operating                                         1                               813,714             –         966,570        763,690         763,690         763,690          804,313           917,250        972,541
  Government - capital                                           1                 –                  –         911,805        654,418        639,227         639,227         639,227          664,237           797,684        805,578
  Interest                                                                    120,612             86,924         53,776         52,228         52,228          52,228          52,228           78,314            82,293         86,533
  Dividends                                                                        –                  86                            60             60              60              60               –                 –              –
Payments
  Suppliers and employees                                                  (1,666,628)         (2,315,831)    (2,341,440)    (3,108,358)    (2,900,433)     (2,900,433)    (2,900,433)       (3,218,956)       (3,622,655)    (3,976,499)
  Finance charges                                                             (84,868)           (108,121)       (87,287)       (93,951)       (93,951)        (93,951)       (93,951)          (89,112)          (84,904)       (80,298)
  Transfers and Grants                                           1                 –                   –                        (27,616)       (27,616)        (27,616)       (27,616)          (30,464)          (33,672)       (37,160)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) OPERATING ACTIVITIES                                     401,896             310,690       453,380         909,071        899,758         899,758        899,758           948,148         1,104,706      1,149,704
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
  Proceeds on disposal of PPE                                                   4,994              3,049          1,276                –              –               –               –             –                 –              –
  Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors                                       –                  –         (34,612)               –              –               –               –             –                 –              –
  Decrease (increase) other non-current receivables                               200             18,268             –                 –              –               –               –             –                 –              –
  Decrease (increase) in non-current investments                                1,989               (701)         3,933                –              –               –               –             –                 –              –
Payments
  Capital assets                                                             (368,978)          (426,412)      (399,110)      (764,669)      (797,124)       (797,124)       (797,124)        (734,265)         (908,407)      (907,798)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) INVESTING ACTIVITIES                                    (361,795)          (405,796)      (428,513)      (764,669)      (797,124)       (797,124)       (797,124)        (734,265)         (908,407)      (907,798)
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
  Short term loans                                                                  –                   –              –               –              –               –               –
  Borrowing long term/refinancing                                                   –                   –              –               –              –               –               –
  Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits                                          –                   –              –               –              –               –               –        248,897           278,938        311,179
Payments
  Repayment of borrowing                                                       (1,154)           (41,179)       153,857        (41,012)        (45,000)       (45,000)        (45,000)         (41,533)          (45,401)       (49,674)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) FINANCING ACTIVITIES                                      (1,154)           (41,179)       153,857        (41,012)        (45,000)       (45,000)        (45,000)         207,364           233,537        261,505
NET INCREASE/ (DECREASE) IN CASH HELD                                          38,947           (136,285)       178,723        103,390         57,634          57,634         57,634           421,247           429,836        503,411
   Cash/cash equivalents at the year begin:                      2            608,855            647,802        511,517        638,525        638,525         638,525        638,525         1,436,257         1,857,504      2,287,340
   Cash/cash equivalents at the year end:                        2            647,802            511,517        690,241        741,915        696,159         696,159        696,159         1,857,504         2,287,340      2,790,751
References
1. Local/District municipalities to include transfers from/to District/Local Municipalities
2. Cash equivalents includes investments with maturities of 3 months or less




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                                                                                                                                                     2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                     Description        Ref    2008/9        2009/10        2010/11                         Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                     Framework

                                              Audited        Audited        Audited        Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit    Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                              Outcome        Outcome        Outcome        Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome        2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Total receipts                                  2,158,586      2,755,960      2,848,771      4,138,996      3,921,758      3,921,758       3,921,758      4,286,681    4,845,937      5,243,662
Total payments                                 (2,120,473)    (2,850,364)    (2,827,837)    (3,994,594)    (3,819,124)    (3,819,124)     (3,819,124)    (4,072,798)  (4,649,638)    (5,001,756)
                                                   38,112        (94,404)        20,934        144,402        102,634        102,634         102,634        213,883      196,299        241,906
Borrowings & investments & c.deposits               1,989           (701)         3,933             –              –               –               –        248,897      278,938        311,179
Repayment of borrowing                             (1,154)       (41,179)       153,857        (41,012)       (45,000)        (45,000)       (45,000)       (41,533)     (45,401)       (49,674)
                                                   38,947       (136,285)       178,723        103,390         57,634          57,634         57,634        421,247      429,836        503,411
                                                       –              –              –              –              –               –               –             –             0              0




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A8 Cash backed reserves/accumulated surplus reconciliation
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                           Ref        2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                                  Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Framework

                                                                       Audited           Audited            Audited            Original          Adjusted         Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year     Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                       Outcome           Outcome            Outcome            Budget             Budget          Forecast        outcome           2012/13          2013/14        2014/15
Cash and investments available
  Cash/cash equivalents at the year end                        1           647,802            511,517           690,241            741,915            696,159         696,159        696,159         1,857,504        2,287,340      2,790,751
  Other current investments > 90 days                                       48,068             47,954            47,953              5,299              5,298           5,298          5,298                 0                0             (0)
  Non current assets - Investments                             1             3,710              4,411               820                777                777             777            777               815              856            907
Cash and investments available:                                            699,580            563,882           739,014            747,991            702,234         702,234        702,234         1,858,319        2,288,196      2,791,658
Application of cash and investments
   Unspent conditional transfers                                             310,016            268,648           346,142            73,440            73,440          73,440          73,440          550,000          605,000        665,500
   Unspent borrowing                                                               –                  –                 –                –                 –               –                                –                –              –
   Statutory requirements                                       2
   Other working capital requirements                           3          (186,566)           (147,448)            (1,332)        (261,287)         (290,125)       (290,125)       (519,444)          19,972           64,608        104,270
   Other provisions
   Long term investments committed                              4                  –                  –                 –                –                  –                 –               –             –                –              –
   Reserves to be backed by cash/investments                    5
Total Application of cash and investments:                                   123,450            121,200           344,809          (187,847)         (216,685)       (216,685)       (446,004)         569,972          669,608        769,770
Surplus(shortfall)                                                           576,130            442,682           394,205           935,838           918,919         918,919       1,148,238        1,288,347        1,618,588      2,021,888
References
1. Must reconcile with Budgeted Cash Flows
2. For example: VAT, taxation
3. Council approval for policy required - include sufficient working capital (e.g. allowing for a % of current debtors > 90 days as uncollectable)
4. For example: sinking fund requirements for borrowing
5. Council approval required for each reserve created and basis of cash backing of reserves


Other working capital requirements
Debtors                                                                    487,732            492,524           378,733            640,147            668,985         668,985        898,304           436,528          437,542        448,030
Creditors due                                                              301,166            345,076           377,401            378,860            378,860         378,860        378,860           456,500          502,150        552,300
Total                                                                      186,566            147,448             1,332            261,287            290,125         290,125        519,444           (19,972)         (64,608)      (104,270)

Debtors collection assumptions
Balance outstanding - debtors                                              381,426           513,923           413,920            689,668             719,941        719,941         719,941          488,907           490,019        501,749
Estimate of debtors collection rate                                      128%               96%               91%                93%                 93%            93%            125%              89%               89%            89%

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  `
Long term investments committed
Balance (Insert description; eg sinking fund)




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                                                                                                                                                          2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                     Description            Ref    2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                          Framework

                                                  Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                  Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome           2012/13        2013/14        2014/15




                                                            –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –              –              –
Reserves to be backed by cash/investments
Housing Development Fund                                    –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –              –              –
Capital replacement
Self-insurance
Other (list)




                                                            –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –              –              –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A9 Asset Management
                                                                                                                                                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description       Ref      2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                    Framework

                                                 Audited       Audited         Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                 Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
  Total New Assets                        1         366,575       426,150          399,110       717,278              571,425          571,425           660,465         831,131        757,298
      Infrastructure - Road transport                87,558       132,504          102,767        67,376               67,376           67,376           101,200         135,484        173,419
      Infrastructure - Electricity                   92,822        67,813           57,930        23,800               23,800           23,800            50,000         100,000         90,000
      Infrastructure - Water                         61,720        69,047           65,281        21,000               21,000           21,000            12,000          22,000         22,000
      Infrastructure - Sanitation                    63,608        61,269           80,832       199,000              199,000          199,000           174,608         195,854        144,854
      Infrastructure - Other                             –             –                –        318,728              188,620          188,620           276,929         311,529        232,804
     Infrastructure                                 305,708       330,633          306,810       629,904              499,796          499,796           614,737         764,867        663,078
     Community                                       11,247        50,598           34,939        12,882               19,755           19,755            14,000          38,041         58,000
     Heritage assets                                     –             –                –             –                    –                –                 –               –              –
     Investment properties                               –             –                –             –                   644              644                –               –              –
     Other assets                         6          49,620        42,003           52,346        74,492               51,230           51,230            31,728          28,223         36,220
      Agricultural Assets                                  –           –                –                –                   –                  –             –               –              –
      Biological assets                                    –           –                –                –                   –                  –             –               –              –
      Intangibles                                          –        2,916            5,014               –                   –                  –             –               –              –
   Total Renewal of Existing Assets       2                –             –                –       47,391              109,631          109,631            73,800          77,276        150,500
       Infrastructure - Road transport                     –             –                –       11,993               48,107           48,107            40,000          40,000         75,000
       Infrastructure - Electricity                        –             –                –        7,645               12,517           12,517                –               –              –
       Infrastructure - Water                              –             –                –           –                 8,309            8,309            18,800          20,276         16,500
       Infrastructure - Sanitation                         –             –                –        5,868                3,358            3,358             3,000           5,000          9,000
       Infrastructure - Other                              –             –                –           –                 2,412            2,412                –               –              –
     Infrastructure                                        –             –                –       25,506               74,703           74,703            61,800          65,276        100,500
     Community                                             –             –                –       12,908               24,864           24,864             9,000          10,000         50,000
     Heritage assets                                       –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –               –              –
     Investment properties                                 –             –                –           –                    –                –                 –               –              –
     Other assets                         6                –             –                –        8,977               10,064           10,064             3,000           2,000             –
      Agricultural Assets                                  –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
      Biological assets                                    –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
      Intangibles                                          –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
   Total Capital Expenditure              4
       Infrastructure - Road transport               87,558       132,504          102,767        79,369              115,482          115,482           141,200         175,484        248,419
       Infrastructure - Electricity                  92,822        67,813           57,930        31,445               36,317           36,317            50,000         100,000         90,000
       Infrastructure - Water                        61,720        69,047           65,281        21,000               29,309           29,309            30,800          42,276         38,500
       Infrastructure - Sanitation                   63,608        61,269           80,832       204,868              202,358          202,358           177,608         200,854        153,854
       Infrastructure - Other                            –             –                –        318,728              191,032          191,032           276,929         311,529        232,804
     Infrastructure                                 305,708       330,633          306,810       655,410              574,499          574,499           676,537         830,143        763,578




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                                                                                                                                               2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                      Description          Ref     2008/9       2009/10         2010/11                  Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                               Framework

                                                  Audited       Audited        Audited       Original         Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                  Outcome       Outcome        Outcome       Budget            Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
     Community                                        11,247        50,598         34,939         25,790          44,619              44,619         23,000       48,041        108,000
     Heritage assets                                      –             –              –              –                –                  –              –            –              –
     Investment properties                                –             –              –              –              644                 644             –            –              –
     Other assets                                     49,620        42,003         52,346         83,470          61,295              61,295         34,728       30,223         36,220
     Agricultural Assets                                    –           –               –            –                 –                 –               –             –              –
     Biological assets                                      –           –               –            –                 –                 –               –             –              –
     Intangibles                                            –        2,916           5,014           –                 –                 –               –             –              –
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE - Asset class     2        366,575       426,150         399,110      764,669           681,056           681,056         734,265        908,407       907,798
ASSET REGISTER SUMMARY - PPE (WDV)          5
       Infrastructure - Road transport             3,161,260     3,043,152       2,000,688       79,369           115,482           115,482         141,200        175,484       248,419
       Infrastructure - Electricity                1,694,335     1,586,641       1,507,138       31,445            36,317            36,317          50,000        100,000        90,000
       Infrastructure - Water                      1,431,163     1,456,059       1,411,355       21,000            24,009            24,009          30,800         42,276        38,500
       Infrastructure - Sanitation                 1,273,718     1,196,443       1,169,416      206,963           207,658           207,658         177,608        200,854       153,854
       Infrastructure - Other                      4,778,346     4,568,657       4,353,368      317,826           191,561           191,561         265,165        291,529       222,804
  Infrastructure                                  12,338,822    11,850,952      10,441,965      656,603           575,027           575,027         664,773        810,143       753,578
  Community                                           13,280       182,293         287,668       40,346            44,150            44,150          30,128         53,514       118,470
  Heritage assets                                      3,421         3,421           3,421           –                 –                 –               –              –             –
  Investment properties                              201,199       201,199         220,776      243,571           243,571           243,571         267,928        294,720       342,192
  Other assets                                       411,558       579,019         614,977       67,720           105,825           105,825          39,364         44,750        35,750
  Agricultural Assets                                     –             –               –            –                 –                 –               –              –              –
  Biological assets                                       –             –               –            –                 –                 –               –              –              –
  Intangibles                                         11,090        12,071          14,850       14,761            14,761            14,761          17,900         19,700         21,670
TOTAL ASSET REGISTER SUMMARY - PPE (WDV)    5     12,979,370    12,828,955      11,583,658    1,023,001           983,334           983,334       1,020,093      1,222,827      1,271,660
EXPENDITURE OTHER ITEMS
  Depreciation & asset impairment                    221,037       516,523         431,395      473,248           473,248           473,248         330,547        327,118       281,973
  Repairs and Maintenance by Asset Class    3        116,795       174,695         193,336      242,036           242,036           242,036         280,797        310,650       343,735
     Infrastructure - Road transport                  25,076        31,030          43,648       50,343            50,343            50,343          55,377         60,914        67,005
     Infrastructure - Electricity                     37,813        69,470          73,548      102,838           102,838           102,838         125,194        139,028       154,363
     Infrastructure - Water                            5,667        22,636          18,696       20,995            20,995            20,995          25,783         29,483        33,713
     Infrastructure - Sanitation                      12,391        15,765          17,790       19,822            19,822            19,822          20,165         22,282        24,622
     Infrastructure - Other                            4,054         3,415           3,452       10,434             8,781             8,781          11,872         13,356        15,025
    Infrastructure                                    85,002       142,317         157,134      204,434           202,780           202,780         238,391        265,063       294,729
    Community                                         10,323        14,533          15,668       15,704            17,258            17,258          18,852         20,265        21,785
    Heritage assets                                       –             –               –            –                 –                 –               –              –             –
    Investment properties                                 –             –               –            –                 –                 –               –              –             –
    Other assets                           6, 7       21,470        17,845          20,535       21,898            21,998            21,998          23,555         25,321        27,221
TOTAL EXPENDITURE OTHER ITEMS                        337,833       691,218         624,731      715,284           715,284           715,284         611,344        637,768       625,708




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                                                                                                                                                                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                           Ref          2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                  Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                    Framework

                                                                      Audited         Audited           Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year   Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                      Outcome         Outcome           Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast      2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of total capex                         0.0%            0.0%              0.0%          6.2%            16.1%             16.1%         10.1%          8.5%           16.6%
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of deprecn"                            0.0%            0.0%              0.0%          10.0%           23.2%             23.2%         22.3%          23.6%          53.4%
R&M as a % of PPE                                                      0.9%            1.4%              1.7%          1.9%             1.9%              1.9%         2.3%           2.5%           2.7%
Renewal and R&M as a % of PPE                                          1.0%            1.0%              2.0%          28.0%           36.0%             36.0%         35.0%          32.0%          39.0%

References
1. Detail of new assets provided in Table SA34a
2. Detail of renewal of existing assets provided in Table SA34b
3. Detail of Repairs and Maintenance by Asset Class provided in Table SA34c
4. Must reconcile to total capital expenditure on Budgeted Capital Expenditure
5. Must reconcile to 'Budgeted Financial Position' (written down value)
6. Donated/contributed and assets funded by finance leases to be allocated to the respective category
7. Including repairs and maintenance to agricultural, biological and intangible assets
                                      Check balance to A6                 -95,000.00    -55,000.00           -0.50   ############ ############ ############ ############ ############ ############




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EC001 Buffalo City - Table A10 Basic service delivery measurement
                                                                                                                                                                 2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                               2008/9         2009/10         2010/11                    Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                 Framework
                      Description                       Ref
                                                                                                             Original         Adjusted          Full Year        Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                              Outcome         Outcome        Outcome
                                                                                                             Budget            Budget           Forecast           2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Household service targets                               1
Water:
  Piped water inside dwelling                                           109         114             116             119               119               119               121             121            121
  Piped water inside yard (but not in dwelling)                         108         108             114             114               114               114               121             121            121
  Using public tap (at least min.service level)         2                 4           4               2               2                 2                 2                 2               2              2
  Other water supply (at least min.service level)       4
         Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                      221         226             232             235               235               235               244             244            244
  Using public tap (< min.service level)                3                 1           1               1               1                 1                 1                 1               1              1
  Other water supply (< min.service level)              4
  No water supply                                                         7           7               4               4                 4                 4                 4               4              4
              Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                       8           8               5               5                 5                 5                 5               5              5
Total number of households                              5               229         234             237             240               240               240               249             249            249
Sanitation/sewerage:
  Flush toilet (connected to sewerage)                                  117         117             118             119               119               119               110             110            110
  Flush toilet (with septic tank)                                         2          –                3               4                 4                 4                 4               4              4
  Chemical toilet
  Pit toilet (ventilated)                                                8              9               11              12               12                 12             13              13             13
  Other toilet provisions (> min.service level)
           Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                    127         126             132             135               135               135               127             127            127
  Bucket toilet
  Other toilet provisions (< min.service level)
  No toilet provisions                                                   78          65              75              74                74                74                73              72             72
                Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                    78          65              75              74                74                74                73              72             72
Total number of households                              5               205         191             207             209               209               209               200             199            199
Energy:
  Electricity (at least min.service level)
  Electricity - prepaid (min.service level)
          Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                      –           –               –               –                 –                 –                 –               –              –
  Electricity (< min.service level)                                      10          10              10              10                10                10                10              10             10
  Electricity - prepaid (< min. service level)                          101         117             105             107               107               107               110             113            113
  Other energy sources
                Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                   111         127             115             117               117               117               120             123            123
Total number of households                              5               111         127             115             117               117               117               120             123            123
Refuse:
  Removed at least once a week                                          117         117             118             119               119               119               110             110            110
        Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                       117         117             118             119               119               119               110             110            110




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                                                                                                                                                                   2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                2008/9         2009/10          2010/11                    Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework
                       Description                       Ref
                                                                                                               Original         Adjusted          Full Year        Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                               Outcome         Outcome         Outcome
                                                                                                               Budget            Budget           Forecast           2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
  Removed less frequently than once a week
  Using communal refuse dump
  Using own refuse dump
  Other rubbish disposal
  No rubbish disposal
             Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                        –           –                –               –                 –                 –                 –               –              –
Total number of households                                5              117         117              118             119               119               119               110             110            110

Households receiving Free Basic Service                    7
  Water (6 kilolitres per household per month)                           40              40               45              50               50                 50             50              50             50
  Sanitation (free minimum level service)                                40              40               45              50               50                 50             50              50             50
  Electricity/other energy (50kwh per household per month)               53              53               58              63               63                 63             63              63             63
  Refuse (removed at least once a week)                                  40              40               45              50               50                 50             50              50             50
Cost of Free Basic Services provided (R'000)               8
  Water (6 kilolitres per household per month)                     13,391          16,723           20,624         23,440            23,440           23,440             26,756          30,596         34,987
  Sanitation (free sanitation service)                             35,698          40,160           35,591         39,079            39,079           39,079             43,057          47,578         52,573
  Electricity/other energy (50kwh per household per month)         15,013          21,880           24,901         28,256            28,256           28,256             31,372          34,839         38,682
  Refuse (removed once a week)                                     37,610          47,321           58,422         65,315            65,315           65,315             73,289          82,450         92,757
Total cost of FBS provided (minimum social package)               101,713         126,084          139,538        156,090           156,090          156,090            174,475         195,463        218,998
Highest level of free service provided
   Property rates (R value threshold)                              20,000          20,000          150,000        150,000           150,000          150,000            150,000         150,000        150,000
   Water (kilolitres per household per month)                           6               6                6              6                 6                6                  6               6              6
   Sanitation (kilolitres per household per month)                     14              14               14             14                14               14                 14              14             14
   Sanitation (Rand per household per month)                           48              53               59             65                65               65                 72              79             88
   Electricity (kwh per household per month)                           50              50               50             50                50               50                 50              50             50
   Refuse (average litres per week)                                   170             170              170            170               170              170                170             170            170
Revenue cost of free services provided (R'000)            9
  Property rates (R15 000 threshold rebate)
  Property rates (other exemptions, reductions and
  rebates)                                                         26,249          32,779           40,061         44,388            44,388            44,388            49,404          55,085         61,420
   Water                                                           13,391          16,723           20,624         23,440            23,440            23,440            26,756          30,596         34,987
   Sanitation                                                      35,698          40,160           35,591         39,079            39,079            39,079            43,057          47,578         52,573
   Electricity/other energy                                        15,013          21,880           24,901         28,256            28,256            28,256            31,372          34,839         38,682
   Refuse                                                          37,610          47,321           58,422         65,315            65,315            65,315            73,289          82,450         92,757
   Municipal Housing - rental rebates                                  –               –                –              –                 –                 –                 –               –              –
   Housing - top structure subsidies                      6            –               –                –              –                 –                 –                 –               –              –
   Other                                                            8,413          10,505           13,440         15,027            15,027            15,027            16,836          18,604         20,557




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                                                                                                                                                                           2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                       2008/9           2009/10           2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                           Framework
                       Description                          Ref
                                                                                                                            Original          Adjusted        Full Year    Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                     Outcome           Outcome           Outcome
                                                                                                                            Budget             Budget         Forecast       2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Total revenue cost of free services provided (total
social package)                                                             136,374            169,368             193,039          215,505         215,505      215,505        240,714         269,152        300,975
References
1. Include services provided by another entity; e.g. Eskom
2. Stand distance <= 200m from dwelling
3. Stand distance > 200m from dwelling
4. Borehole, spring, rain-water tank etc.
5. Must agree to total number of households in municipal area
6. Include value of subsidy provided by municipality above provincial subsidy level
7. Show number of households receiving at least these levels of services completely free
8. Must reflect the cost to the municipality of providing the Free Basic Service
9. Reflect the cost to the municipality in terms of 'revenue foregone' of providing free services (note this will not equal 'Revenue Foregone' on SA1)



Check (no. of households)
     Water                                                                      229
     Sanitation                                                                 205
     Energy                                                                     111
     Refuse                                                                     117




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA1 Supportinging detail to 'Budgeted Financial Performance'
                                                                                                                                                             2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                           2008/9        2009/10      2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                             Framework
                       Description                  Ref
                                                          Audited        Audited      Audited      Original      Adjusted       Full Year      Pre-audit     Budget Year     Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                          Outcome        Outcome      Outcome      Budget         Budget        Forecast       outcome         2012/13          2013/14        2014/15
R thousand
REVENUE ITEMS:
Property rates                                      6
      Total Property Rates                                    362,759       442,803      469,811       540,381       542,149         542,149       543,309         603,411          672,804        750,176
      less Revenue Foregone                                         90       16,304       17,117        19,871        22,313          22,313        20,177          24,834           27,690         30,874
   Net Property Rates                                        362,669        426,500      452,694      520,511       519,836         519,836       523,132         578,577          645,114        719,302

Service charges - electricity revenue               6
      Total Service charges - electricity revenue             609,731       802,485      924,518     1,142,652     1,142,652       1,142,652       746,079       1,251,945        1,390,285      1,543,633
      less Revenue Foregone
   Net Service charges - electricity revenue                 609,731        802,485      924,518    1,142,652     1,142,652       1,142,652       746,079       1,251,945        1,390,285      1,543,633

Service charges - water revenue                     6
      Total Service charges - water revenue                   181,117       201,622      200,158       233,283       225,867         225,867       157,745         257,827          294,826        337,133
      less Revenue Foregone
   Net Service charges - water revenue                       181,117        201,622      200,158      233,283       225,867         225,867       157,745         257,827          294,826        337,133

Service charges - sanitation revenue
      Total Service charges - sanitation revenue              128,522       145,648      166,162       180,203       182,820         182,820       183,195         201,650          222,824        246,220
      less Revenue Foregone
   Net Service charges - sanitation revenue                  128,522        145,648      166,162      180,203       182,820         182,820       183,195         201,650          222,824        246,220

Service charges - refuse revenue                    6
      Total refuse removal revenue                           124,506        139,256      157,219      173,905       176,193         176,193       117,097         197,865          222,598        250,423
      Total landfill revenue
      less Revenue Foregone
   Net Service charges - refuse revenue                      124,506        139,256      157,219      173,905       176,193         176,193       117,097         197,865          222,598        250,423
Other Revenue by source
  Fuel Levy                                                       –              –            –       170,477       170,477         170,477       113,652         317,781          348,330        367,140
  Electricity vending station commission                      13,170         14,203       13,667       14,797        14,797          14,797         8,532          16,336           18,068         19,947
  Fire levy charges                                           26,352         31,836       36,458       39,520        40,665          40,665        27,218          44,854           49,563         54,767
  Plan approval fees                                           3,636          3,968        4,566        6,738         6,738           6,738         2,941           7,438            8,227          9,082
  Reconnection fees                                            6,600         12,349        7,177        9,454         9,454           9,454           126          10,437           11,544         12,744
  Electricity service connection fees                          8,056          9,125        6,850       10,051        10,051          10,051         5,855          11,096           12,273         13,549
  Vehicle registration                                        17,833         21,007       28,048       29,007        29,007          29,007        24,839          32,023           35,418         39,101
  Other revenue                                               22,806         25,752       21,829       41,253        41,253          41,253        13,120          47,318           51,971         57,020
  Internal transfers - Recoveries                   3             –              –            –            –             –               –             –               –                –              –




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                                                           2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                  Framework
                       Description                  Ref
                                                          Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                          Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome           2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
R thousand
   Total 'Other' Revenue                            1         98,454       118,240       118,595       321,296        322,441         322,441        196,282           487,284         535,393        573,351

EXPENDITURE ITEMS:
Employee related costs
  Basic Salaries and Wages                          2        420,643       502,368       538,616       623,526        625,109         625,109        405,452           667,248         716,247        769,758
  Pension and UIF Contributions                               70,312        90,918       101,282       113,550        113,566         113,566         74,180           119,080         127,839        137,424
  Medical Aid Contributions                                   27,746        33,670        37,665        43,563         43,583          43,583         26,552            46,292          50,088         53,844
  Overtime                                                    45,690        50,868        43,662        42,347         47,502          47,502         29,126            45,443          48,714         52,367
  Performance Bonus                                           31,865        34,948        44,539        52,569         48,305          48,305         29,880            54,464          58,469         62,853
  Motor Vehicle Allowance                                     11,711        13,063        17,522        21,453         20,068          20,068         12,704            22,913          24,441         26,274
  Cellphone Allowance                                             –             –             –             –              –               –              –                 –               –              –
  Housing Allowances                                           5,798         4,334         3,626         6,182          4,753           4,753          2,510             6,289           6,264          6,264
  Other benefits and allowances                               34,391        26,641        39,500        53,589         50,747          50,747         24,295            52,452          54,970         58,869
  Payments in lieu of leave                                       –             –             –         13,909         13,909          13,909             –             13,861          14,901         16,018
  Long service awards                                          8,413         9,477        10,888        12,622         12,299          12,299          8,069            13,133          14,016         15,067
  Post-retirement benefit obligations               4             –             –             –             –              –               –              –                 –               –              –
                                        sub-total   5        656,568       766,288       837,301       983,308        979,841         979,841        612,768         1,041,175       1,115,948      1,198,740
   Less: Employees costs capitalised to PPE
Total Employee related costs                        1        656,568       766,288       837,301       983,308        979,841         979,841        612,768         1,041,175       1,115,948      1,198,740
Contributions recognised - capital
                                                                    –             –             –              –        2,790           2,790                 –             –               –              –
Total Contributions recognised - capital                            –             –             –              –        2,790           2,790                 –             –               –              –
Depreciation & asset impairment
  Depreciation of Property, Plant & Equipment                221,037       516,523       431,395       473,248        473,248         473,248        315,499           330,547         327,118        281,973
  Lease amortisation
  Capital asset impairment                                          –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
  Depreciation resulting from revaluation of PPE    10
Total Depreciation & asset impairment               1        221,037       516,523       431,395       473,248        473,248         473,248        315,499           330,547         327,118        281,973
Bulk purchases
  Electricity Bulk Purchases                                 363,694       487,511       634,092       797,857        797,857         797,857        523,493           926,754       1,076,888      1,249,190
  Water Bulk Purchases                                       103,053       106,214       137,161       142,671        130,262         130,262         81,667           142,376         155,902        170,401
Total bulk purchases                                1        466,747       593,724       771,253       940,528        928,119         928,119        605,160         1,069,130       1,232,790      1,419,591

Transfers and grants
   Cash transfers and grants                                  16,250        22,900        20,872        27,616         27,616          27,616          12,442           30,464          33,672         37,160
   Non-cash transfers and grants                                    –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
Total transfers and grants                          1         16,250        22,900        20,872        27,616         27,616          27,616          12,442           30,464          33,672         37,160




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                                                           2008/9      2009/10       2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                           Framework
                      Description                   Ref
                                                          Audited      Audited       Audited       Original     Adjusted       Full Year     Pre-audit     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                          Outcome      Outcome       Outcome       Budget        Budget        Forecast      outcome         2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
R thousand
Contracted services
  List services provided by contract
  Contractor Payments                                          2,087        2,183         2,329         2,496        2,496           2,496           750          2,756           3,048          3,365
  Co-Operatives Contracts                                         –           189            –             –            –               –             –              –               –              –
  Grass mowing                                                   849        1,409         1,250         2,292        2,292           2,292         1,180          2,530           2,799          3,090
  Landfill Contractor                                             –            –             –             –            –               –             –              –               –              –
  One-man contracts                                            1,557        4,564         2,321         3,384        3,384           3,384         1,029          3,736           4,132          4,562
  Refuse Removal Contracts                                        –            –             –             –            –               –             –              –               –              –
  Transfer Contract                                               –            –              7           145          145             145            –             160             177            195
                                        sub-total   1          4,493        8,345         5,908         8,317        8,317           8,317         2,958          9,182          10,156         11,212
  Allocations to organs of state:
      Electricity                                                 –            –             –             –            –               –             –              –               –              –
      Water                                                       –            –             –             –            –               –             –              –               –              –
      Sanitation                                                  –            –             –             –            –               –             –              –               –              –
      Other                                                       –            –             –             –            –               –             –              –               –              –
Total contracted services                                      4,493        8,345         5,908         8,317        8,317           8,317         2,958          9,182          10,156         11,212
Other Expenditure By Type
  Collection costs                                            12,732       15,583        20,518        20,981       20,981          20,981       11,196          23,163          25,619         28,283
  Contributions to 'other' provisions                             –            –             –             –            –               –            –               –               –              –
  Consultant fees                                             37,417       21,378        22,381        31,328       31,828          31,648        3,717          34,578          34,578         34,578
  Audit fees                                                   3,007      (20,713)         (826)        5,290        7,585           7,585        6,391           8,374           9,262         10,225
  Repairs and Maintenance                                    116,795      174,695       193,336       242,036      242,036         242,036      108,917         280,797         310,650        343,735
  General expenses                                  3        152,196      190,744       146,088       170,689      172,136         172,142       83,506         173,112         175,554        178,228
  List Other Expenditure by Type
  Bank charges                                                 3,642        4,805         5,454         5,349        5,349           5,349         4,469          5,906           6,532          7,211
  Chemicals and disinfectants                                  7,630        8,573         8,656        10,277       12,970          12,985         8,628         14,445          15,976         17,637
  Computer licences                                            3,636        1,526         4,128         5,656        5,656           5,656         1,613          5,656           5,656          5,656
  Conference and deputation                                    1,771        1,432         1,566         2,672        2,532           2,513           693          2,792           2,792          2,792
  Departmental electricity costs                              29,193       33,557        36,440        38,745       35,593          35,583        28,798         46,835          56,708         68,662
  Essential user costs                                         9,937       10,162        10,472        12,626       12,636          12,636         7,909         13,939          15,416         17,019
  Diesel fuel oil and petrol                                  25,987       24,062        24,807        24,137       24,217          24,217        11,580         26,367          28,345         30,471
  Hired plant                                                  6,068       15,912        22,089        13,781       19,181          19,181        12,979         18,928          18,928         18,928
  Insurance                                                   11,944       10,146        12,360        26,321       26,321          26,321        12,096         28,948          31,843         35,027
  Levies - SALGA                                               2,642        3,972         4,534         9,628        9,500           9,500         9,500         10,000          10,500         11,000
  Levies - Skills development                                  5,237        6,114         7,083         9,243        9,243           9,243         4,813          9,482          10,163         10,918
  Poor relief                                                 93,613      106,174       114,703       169,460      133,374         133,374        54,421        188,860         210,685        235,044
  Refuse bags                                                  4,485        8,045         7,552         8,382        8,382           8,382         5,699          8,382           8,382          8,382




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                                                                   2008/9           2009/10           2010/11                             Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Framework
                       Description                          Ref
                                                                  Audited          Audited           Audited           Original         Adjusted         Full Year        Pre-audit       Budget Year     Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                  Outcome          Outcome           Outcome           Budget            Budget          Forecast         outcome           2012/13          2013/14        2014/15
R thousand
   Departmental refuse removal costs                                   11,211            10,400           10,567             1,480            1,496            1,296            4,155             1,680            1,890           2,127
   Rental - Offices (Trust Bank)                                        4,324             4,578            3,994             6,586            6,586            6,586            4,153             7,271            8,042           8,878
   Departmental sanitary costs                                          3,047             3,761            3,856             3,358            3,338            3,348            2,580             3,704            4,093           4,522
   Security services                                                   13,102            15,696           19,884                –               367              397              257            11,408           12,617          13,929
   Telephones                                                          14,708            16,662           17,686            16,686           16,676           16,651            8,739            16,706           16,706          16,706
   Travel and subsistance allowances                                    3,459             3,470            4,845             4,410            4,862            4,945            2,955             4,610            4,610           4,610
   Uniforms                                                             3,004             4,342            6,103             5,652            6,221            6,511            4,294             5,652            5,652           5,652
   Departmental water costs                                             3,982             3,839            2,906             4,208            4,208            4,208            2,497             4,803            5,492           6,281
   Housing Projects                                                    53,738            78,201          103,225           290,516           96,661           96,661           18,911           104,116          169,545         177,587
   Operating Projects                                                  31,702            33,742           33,926            66,204           85,263           85,263           27,567            49,510           68,735          54,900
   RDP housing                                                         (1,708)          (20,632)         (29,865)               –                –                –                –                 –                –               –
   Landfill rehab                                                        (947)               –                –                 –                –                –                –                 –                –               –
   Internal charges                                                        –                 –                –                 –                –                –                –                 –                –               –
Total 'Other' Expenditure                                    1        667,553           770,225          818,468         1,205,702        1,005,199        1,005,199          453,030         1,110,026        1,274,972       1,358,990
Repairs and Maintenance
by Expenditure Item                                          8


  Employee related costs
  Other materials
  Contracted Services
  Other Expenditure                                                   116,795           174,695          193,336          242,036           242,036          242,036          108,917           280,797          310,650        343,735
Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure                    9        116,795           174,695          193,336          242,036           242,036          242,036          108,917           280,797          310,650        343,735

                                                    check                   –                 –                 –                 –                –                 –                               –                 –             –


References
1. Must reconcile with 'Budgeted Financial Performance (Revenue and Expenditure)
2. Must reconcile to supporting documentation on staff salaries
3. Insert other categories where revenue or expenditure is of a material nature (list separate items until 'General expenses' is not > 10% of Total Expenditure)
4. Expenditure to meet any 'unfunded obligations'
5 This sub-total must agree with the total on SA22, but excluding councillor and board member items
6. Include a note for each revenue item that is affected by 'revenue foregone'
7. Special consideration may have to be given to including 'goodwill arising' or 'joint venture' budgets where circumstances require this (include separately under relevant notes)
8. Repairs and Maintenance is not a GRAP item. However to facilitate transparency, municipalities must provide a breakdown of the amounts included in the relevant GRAP items that will be spent on Repairs and Maintenance.
9. Must reconcile with Repairs and Maintenance by Asset Class (Total Repairs and Maintenance) on Table SA34c.
10. Only applicable to municipalities that have adopted the 'revaluation method' in GRAP 17. The aim is to prevent overstating 'depreciation and asset impairment'




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA2 Matrix Financial Performance Budget (revenue source/expenditure type and dept.)
                                                                  Vote 1 -         Vote 2 -         Vote 3 -         Vote 4 -         Vote 5 -         Vote 6 -         Vote 7 -          Vote 8 -         Vote 9 -         Vote 10 -     Total
                                                                Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -     Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -
                        Description                   Ref
                                                                 Executive        Municipal           Chief       Chief Financial    Corporate       Engineering      Development      Health & Public   Community        Miscellaneous
                                                                  Support         Manager         Operations          Officer         Services         Services         Planning           Safety          Services
R thousand                                              1         Services                           Officer
Revenue By Source
   Property rates                                                          –                –               –            578,577               –               –                 –                –                –                 –      578,577
   Property rates - penalties & collection charges                         –                –               –              1,376               –               –                 –                –                –                 –        1,376
   Service charges - electricity revenue                                   –                –               –                 –                –        1,251,945                –                –                –                 –    1,251,945
   Service charges - water revenue                                         –                –               –                 –                –          257,827                –                –                –                 –      257,827
   Service charges - sanitation revenue                                    –                –               –                 –                –          201,650                –                –                –                 –      201,650
   Service charges - refuse revenue                                        –                –               –                 –                –               –                 –                –           197,865                –      197,865
   Service charges - other                                                 –                –               –                607               –           21,313                –                –             2,954                –       24,873
   Rental of facilities and equipment                                      –                –               74                –                –               –              9,102               –             4,910                –       14,086
   Interest earned - external investments                                  –                –               –             53,986               –               –                 –                –                –                 –       53,986
   Interest earned - outstanding debtors                                   –                –               –             24,328               –               –                 –                –                –                 –       24,328
   Dividends received                                                      –                –               –                 –                –               –                 –                –                –                 –           –
   Fines                                                                   –                –               –                 –                –               –                 –            11,630              135                –       11,765
   Licences and permits                                                    –                –               –                 –                –               –                 –            16,883              109                –       16,992
   Agency services                                                         –                –               –                 –                –               –                 –                –                –                 –           –
   Other revenue                                                           –                –               –            337,678                0          25,974            32,972           79,569           11,090                –      487,284
   Transfers recognised - operational                                      –                –          104,116           441,629            2,370         135,923             3,082           31,574           85,618                –      804,313
   Gains on disposal of PPE                                                –                –               –                 –                –               –                 –                –                –                 –           –
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)              –                –          104,189         1,438,181            2,371       1,894,633            45,156          139,656          302,681                –    3,926,868
Expenditure By Type
  Employee related costs                                              30,781            14,785          18,445          129,021           86,267          270,879           73,335           167,869          249,794                –    1,041,175
  Remuneration of councillors                                         45,219                –               –                –                –                –                –                 –                –                 –       45,219
  Debt impairment                                                         –                 –               –            49,621               –           115,219               –                 –            50,159                –      215,000
  Depreciation & asset impairment                                      2,426               140             259            2,466            4,556          239,766           67,796             5,972            7,166                –      330,547
  Finance charges                                                         –                 –               –            26,884               –            54,603            2,632             2,589            2,405                –       89,112
  Bulk purchases                                                          –                 –               –                –                –         1,069,130               –                 –                –                 –    1,069,130
  Other materials                                                         –                 –               –                –                –                –                –                 –                –                 –           –
  Contracted services                                                     –                 –               –                –                –             4,183               –                 –             4,999                –        9,182
  Transfers and grants                                                15,417                –               –                –                –                –                –                136           14,911                –       30,464
  Other expenditure                                                   35,494            28,773         108,912          160,969           40,874          422,298           65,312            66,889          180,505                –    1,110,026
  Loss on disposal of PPE                                                 –                 –               –                –                –                –                –                 –                –                 –           –
Total Expenditure                                                    129,337            43,698         127,616          368,961          131,696        2,176,078          209,075           243,455          509,939                –    3,939,855
Surplus/(Deficit)                                                    (129,337)         (43,698)        (23,426)        1,069,220         (129,326)        (281,444)        (163,919)         (103,799)        (207,258)              –     (12,987)
  Transfers recognised - capital                                           –                –          106,208                –                –           365,608          151,157             9,500           31,764               –     664,237
  Contributions recognised - capital                                       –                –                –                –                –                –                –                 –                –                –            –
   Contributed assets                                                      –                –                –                –                –                –                –                 –                –                –            –




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                                                                  Vote 1 -         Vote 2 -         Vote 3 -         Vote 4 -         Vote 5 -         Vote 6 -        Vote 7 -          Vote 8 -         Vote 9 -         Vote 10 -     Total
                                                                Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -   Directorate -     Directorate -    Directorate -    Directorate -
                      Description                        Ref
                                                                 Executive        Municipal           Chief       Chief Financial    Corporate       Engineering     Development      Health & Public   Community        Miscellaneous
                                                                  Support         Manager         Operations          Officer         Services         Services        Planning           Safety          Services
R thousand                                                 1      Services                           Officer
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &                          (129,337)         (43,698)          82,781        1,069,220         (129,326)          84,164         (12,762)          (94,299)        (175,494)              –     651,250
contributions
References
1. Departmental columns to be based on municipal organisation structure
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Tablebe Supportinging detail to 'Budgeted Financial Position'
                         Headings compulsory,

                                                         2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                           Current Year 2011/12                           2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework

                      Description                 Ref
                                                        Audited       Audited       Audited         Original      Adjusted       Full Year                            Budget Year        Budget Year +1     Budget Year +2
                                                                                                                                                Pre-audit outcome
                                                        Outcome       Outcome       Outcome         Budget         Budget        Forecast                               2012/13             2013/14            2014/15

R thousand
ASSETS
Call investment deposits
   Call deposits < 90 days                                 588,686       502,168       693,936         661,405       621,457         621,457              621,457           1,777,504          2,207,340          2,710,751
   Other current investments > 90 days                          –             –             –               –             –               –                    –                   –                  –                  –
Total Call investment deposits                    2        588,686       502,168       693,936         661,405       621,457         621,457              621,457           1,777,504          2,207,340          2,710,751
Consumer debtors
  Consumer debtors                                         606,260       735,435       836,008       1,013,690     1,013,690       1,013,690            1,013,690           1,115,059          1,226,565           1,349,221
  Less: Provision for debt impairment                     (341,487)     (347,274)     (531,929)       (430,722)     (430,722)       (430,722)            (430,722)           (759,038)          (882,712)         (1,008,253)
Total Consumer debtors                            2        264,773       388,161       304,079         582,968       582,968         582,968              582,968             356,021            343,853             340,968
Debt impairment provision
      Balance at the beginning of the year                 241,971       341,487       347,274         349,012       349,012         349,012              349,012            636,152             759,038            882,712
      Contributions to the provision                       131,552        25,214       210,998         165,450       165,450         165,450              165,450            215,000             225,000            237,000
      Bad debts written off                                (32,036)      (19,427)      (26,343)        (83,740)      (83,740)        (83,740)             (83,740)           (92,115)           (101,326)          (111,459)
Balance at end of year                                     341,487       347,274       531,929         430,722       430,722         430,722              430,722            759,038             882,712          1,008,253
Property, plant and equipment (PPE)
  PPE at cost/valuation (excl. finance leases)          13,129,157    13,642,702    12,818,792      14,907,033    14,907,033      14,907,033           14,907,033          13,638,792         14,079,792         14,542,842
  Leases recognised as PPE                        3             –             –             –               –             –               –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Less: Accumulated depreciation                           361,981     1,026,962     1,470,761       1,976,232     1,976,232       1,976,232            1,976,232           1,621,515          1,702,590          1,787,720
Total Property, plant and equipment (PPE)         2     12,767,176    12,615,740    11,348,031      12,930,801    12,930,801      12,930,801           12,930,801          12,017,278         12,377,202         12,755,122

LIABILITIES
Current liabilities - Borrowing
   Short term loans (other than bank overdraft)                 –             –             –               –             –               –                    –                  –                   –                  –
   Current portion of long-term liabilities                 42,390        30,740        45,760          41,013        45,000          45,000               45,000             41,533              45,401             49,674
Total Current liabilities - Borrowing                       42,390        30,740        45,760          41,013        45,000          45,000               45,000             41,533              45,401             49,674
Trade and other payables
   Trade and other creditors                               301,166       345,076       377,401         378,860       378,860         378,860              378,860             456,500            502,150            552,300
   Unspent conditional transfers                           310,016       268,648       346,142          73,440        73,440          73,440               73,440             550,000            605,000            665,500
   VAT                                                          –             –             –               –             –               –                    –                   –                  –                  –
Total Trade and other payables                    2        611,182       613,724       723,542         452,300       452,300         452,300              452,300           1,006,500          1,107,150          1,217,800
Non current liabilities - Borrowing
  Borrowing                                       4        537,569       507,668       646,503         647,719       647,264         647,264              647,264            605,731             560,330            510,657
  Finance leases (including PPP asset element)                  –             –             –               –             –               –                    –               1,477               1,477              1,477
Total Non current liabilities - Borrowing                  537,569       507,668       646,503         647,719       647,264         647,264              647,264            607,208             561,807            512,134




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                                                                   2008/9          2009/10          2010/11                                Current Year 2011/12                             2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework

                        Description                      Ref
                                                                 Audited          Audited          Audited           Original         Adjusted          Full Year                            Budget Year        Budget Year +1     Budget Year +2
                                                                                                                                                                       Pre-audit outcome
                                                                 Outcome          Outcome          Outcome           Budget            Budget           Forecast                               2012/13             2013/14            2014/15

R thousand
Provisions - non-current
  Retirement benefits                                                233,792           261,332          280,764          311,177          311,177          311,177               311,177            341,000             375,000            412,610
  List other major provision items
  Refuse landfill site rehabilitation                                 71,614            33,208           49,056           40,318           49,056           49,056                49,056             80,300              88,330             97,000
  Other                                                                   –                 –               102               –                –                –                     –                  –                   –                  –
Total Provisions - non-current                                       305,406           294,540          329,922          351,495          360,233          360,233               360,233            421,300             463,330            509,610

CHANGES IN NET ASSETS
Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)
  Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit) - opening balance                   6,173,216       12,329,222       12,385,306       13,248,175       13,248,175        13,248,175           13,248,175          13,052,313         12,573,721         13,298,682
  GRAP adjustments                                                    (16,299)         145,561       (1,197,325)              –                –                 –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Restated balance                                                  6,156,917       12,474,783       11,187,981       13,248,175       13,248,175        13,248,175           13,248,175          13,052,313         12,573,721         13,298,682
  Surplus/(Deficit)                                                    18,406          (71,073)        (172,932)         380,716          295,092           295,092              474,857             651,250            831,525            941,911
  Appropriations to Reserves                                               –                –                –                –                –                 –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Transfers from Reserves                                                  –                –                –                –                –                 –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Depreciation offsets                                              1,400,087              573              573          310,741          310,741           310,741              310,741                 690                760                840
  Other adjustments                                                   (45,513)         (18,977)         (36,690)        (859,565)        (801,695)         (801,695)            (711,695)         (1,130,532)          (107,324)          (104,361)
Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)                             1         7,529,897       12,385,306       10,978,931       13,080,067       13,052,313        13,052,313           13,322,078          12,573,721         13,298,682         14,137,071
Reserves
  Housing Development Fund                                                 –                –                –                –                –                 –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Capital replacement                                                      –                –                –                –                –                 –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Self-insurance                                                           –                –                –                –                –                 –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Other reserves                                                           –                –                –                –                –                 –                    –                   –                  –                  –
  Revaluation                                                       4,972,249           16,621           16,048           18,284           18,284            18,284               18,284              19,360             21,000             23,000
Total Reserves                                            2         4,972,249           16,621           16,048           18,284           18,284            18,284               18,284              19,360             21,000             23,000
TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY                             2       12,502,146        12,401,927       10,994,979       13,098,351       13,070,597        13,070,597           13,340,362          12,593,081         13,319,682         14,160,071

Total capital expenditure includes expenditure on nationally significant priorities:
Provision of basic services



References
1. Must reconcile with Table A4 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
2. Must reconcile with Table A6 Budgeted Financial Position
3. Leases treated as assets to be depreciated as the same as purchased/constructed assets. Includes PPP asset element accounted for as finance leases
4. Borrowing must reconcile to Table A17
                                                   check               -148.22          -115.49          380.82           267.32            -32.52           -33.00       269,764,597.33                   -                -                  -




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                                  2008/9   2009/10   2010/11                    Current Year 2011/12                       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework

             Description   Ref
                                 Audited   Audited   Audited     Original   Adjusted       Full Year                        Budget Year      Budget Year +1     Budget Year +2
                                                                                                       Pre-audit outcome
                                 Outcome   Outcome   Outcome     Budget      Budget        Forecast                           2012/13           2013/14            2014/15

R thousand




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA4 Reconciliation of IDP strategic objectives and budget (revenue)
                                                                        Goal                                                                                              2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
       Strategic Objective                          Goal                              2008/9      2009/10     2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                        Code                                                                                                              Framework
                                                                               Ref
                                                                                     Audited      Audited     Audited     Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                                           Outcome      Outcome     Outcome     Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15


BCMM 1: To be a financially         Improve Asset capacity as well as    A              660,828     770,563     850,388    1,157,025        1,151,320        1,151,320       1,438,181       1,563,223      1,687,510
sound organisation that efficiently improve controls and procedures
manages its resources


                                    Improve Financial Accounting
                                    capacity as well as improve
                                    controls and procedures




                                    Implement revenue enhancement
                                    strategies



                                    Implement SCM processes to
                                    support the SCM Policy with
                                    linkages to EDMS

                                    Maintain long term borrowings
                                    below NT threshold




                                    Prudent Municipal Investments
                                    and maintenance of a favourable
                                    cashflow




                                    Valuation of properties
BCMM 2: To be an institutionally    Rollout of public participation      B               10,463      46,473      22,880              –          7,091             7,091             –               –              –
efficient and effective city that   programmes
inclusively works with its
communities




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                                    Ensure Ward Committees are
                                    representative and fully involved in
                                    community consultation processes




                                    Institutionalisation of
                                    Communication plan


                                    Engaging of sector departments/
                                    Parastatals on integrated
                                    programmes




                                    Sustain existing international
                                    partnerships
BCMM 3:To generate an enabling      Implement skills and sector             C   9,352     3,980      965   1,007   609   609   2,585   4,260   5,000
environment for an economy that     development programmes to grow
is growing , diversifying ,         and support the economy in line
generating increasing number of     with the Provincial Industrial Policy
sustainable employment
opportunities and contributing to
increased incomes and equality.




                                    Implement tourism growth and
                                    marketing programmes to position
                                    BCM as a tourism destination




                                    Develop and implement economic
                                    development policies to promote
                                    and support growth both the 1st
                                    and 2nd economies




                                                                                        Page 64 of 170
                                      Enhance the use of labour
                                      intensive in implementing projects



BCMM 4: To deliver sustainable Implement an electricity                      D   1,296,845   1,588,681   1,777,060   2,710,640   2,428,806   2,428,806   2,705,631   3,122,712   3,376,152
infrastructure that supports social management service that is
and economic development            inclusive, safe, reliable, efficient
                                    and adequately maintained




                                      Facilitate public and private sector
                                      investments and projects in
                                      renewable forms of alternative
                                      energy


                                      Construct, Upgrade and maintain
                                      roads, stormwater sytems &
                                      associated structures to
                                      acceptable standards




                                      Replace, upgrade and maintain
                                      water and sanitation systems



                                      Implementation of water
                                      conservation and demand
                                      management strategies


                                      Implement an effective waste
                                      minimization plans


                                      Provision of formal houses as part
                                      of Integrated Sustainable Human
                                      Settlements.




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Review and implement the
Disaster Management Policy


Implement measures to reduce
and prevent crime incidents in
BCMM


Generate Local Spatial
Development Frameworks


Implement land acquisition &
transfer


Implement land release
programme


Develop and review a
Comprehensive Integrated
Transport Plan (ITP) that is
aligned to the SDF and IDP


Develop and implement Air Quality
Management Plan


Develop and implement Township
& CBD Regeneration Strategy to
upgrade townships and CBDs,
enable economic development and
create jobs



Improve infrastructure of all
amenities


Provision of adequate Fire &
Rescue facilities in BCMM




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BCMM 5 : To be a well structured    Reviewal of existing organogram,    E     2,507     5,047      1,009     3,236     3,246     3,246     2,371     2,541     2,730
and capaciatated institution that   development, adoption and
renders effective and efficient     implementation of a new micro
services to all by 2016             organogram




                                    Capacitation
                                    of human capital


                                    Integrate ICT business processes
                                    and system


                                    Deployment of GIS on the internet
                                    and intranet


                                    Development and implementation
                                    of employee performance
                                    management system




                                    Grow the Municipality's
                                    Knowledge, creativity and
                                    innovative base and
                                    implementation of KM Strategy




                                    Migrate hard copies of documents
                                    and files through to soft copy



BCMM 6: To enhance and protect Develop & implement Municipal            F   314,181   357,281    387,052   435,800   427,836   427,836   442,337   491,946   547,716
all environmental assets and     Health Services Delivery Plan
natural resources within Buffalo
City Metro Municipality by 2016




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                                     To ensure the protection and
                                     conservation of BCMM natural
                                     resources


                                     Develop and implement Air Quality
                                     Management Plan


                                     Implement an effective waste
                                     minimization plans


                                     Improve infrastructure of all
                                     amenities




Allocations to other priorities                                                2
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)                  1         2,294,176     2,772,026   3,039,354   4,307,707   4,018,908   4,018,908   4,591,105   5,184,683   5,619,108
References
1. Total revenue must reconcile to Table A4 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
2. Balance of allocations not directly linked to an IDP strategic objective
        check op revenue balance                                                                –            –            0          –           –           –           –           –           –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA5 Reconciliation of IDP strategic objectives and budget (operating expenditure)
                                                                        Goal                                                                                             2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
       Strategic Objective                          Goal                              2008/9      2009/10     2010/11                Current Year 2011/12
                                                                        Code                                                                                                             Framework
                                                                               Ref
                                                                                     Audited      Audited     Audited     Original        Adjusted          Full Year    Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                                           Outcome      Outcome     Outcome     Budget           Budget           Forecast       2012/13         2013/14        2014/15


BCMM 1: To be a financially         Improve Asset capacity as well as    A              311,150     259,446     231,662      337,167          322,692          322,692        368,961         398,053        421,180
sound organisation that efficiently improve controls and procedures
manages its resources


                                    Improve Financial Accounting
                                    capacity as well as improve
                                    controls and procedures




                                    Implement revenue enhancement
                                    strategies



                                    Implement SCM processes to
                                    support the SCM Policy with
                                    linkages to EDMS

                                    Maintain long term borrowings
                                    below NT threshold


                                    Prudent Municipal Investments
                                    and maintenance of a favourable
                                    cashflow




                                    Valuation of properties
BCMM 2: To be an institutionally    Rollout of public participation      B              106,217     139,795     133,178      142,282          168,032          168,032        173,035         186,263        192,531
efficient and effective city that   programmes
inclusively works with its
communities




                                                                                                   Page 69 of 170
                                    Ensure Ward Committees are
                                    representative and fully involved in
                                    community consultation processes




                                    Institutionalisation of
                                    Communication plan


                                    Engaging of sector departments/
                                    Parastatals on integrated
                                    programmes




                                    Sustain existing international
                                    partnerships
BCMM 3:To generate an enabling      Implement skills and sector             C   10,789    17,323     18,059   27,966   28,188   28,188   22,456   33,632   33,748
environment for an economy that     development programmes to grow
is growing , diversifying ,         and support the economy in line
generating increasing number of     with the Provincial Industrial Policy
sustainable employment
opportunities and contributing to
increased incomes and equality.




                                    Implement tourism growth and
                                    marketing programmes to position
                                    BCM as a tourism destination




                                    Develop and implement economic
                                    development policies to promote
                                    and support growth both the 1st
                                    and 2nd economies




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                                      Enhance the use of labour
                                      intensive in implementing projects



BCMM 4: To deliver sustainable Implement an electricity                      D   1,300,599   1,801,453   2,115,555   2,597,851   2,381,097   2,381,097   2,490,312   2,795,433   3,027,046
infrastructure that supports social management service that is
and economic development            inclusive, safe, reliable, efficient
                                    and adequately maintained




                                      Facilitate public and private sector
                                      investments and projects in
                                      renewable forms of alternative
                                      energy


                                      Construct, Upgrade and maintain
                                      roads, stormwater sytems &
                                      associated structures to
                                      acceptable standards




                                      Replace, upgrade and maintain
                                      water and sanitation systems



                                      Implementation of water
                                      conservation and demand
                                      management strategies


                                      Implement an effective waste
                                      minimization plans


                                      Provision of formal houses as part
                                      of Integrated Sustainable Human
                                      Settlements.




                                                                                             Page 71 of 170
Review and implement the
Disaster Management Policy


Implement measures to reduce
and prevent crime incidents in
BCMM


Generate Local Spatial
Development Frameworks


Implement land acquisition &
transfer


Implement land release
programme


Develop and review a
Comprehensive Integrated
Transport Plan (ITP) that is
aligned to the SDF and IDP


Develop and implement Air Quality
Management Plan


Develop and implement Township
& CBD Regeneration Strategy to
upgrade townships and CBDs,
enable economic development and
create jobs



Improve infrastructure of all
amenities


Provision of adequate Fire &
Rescue facilities in BCMM




                                    Page 72 of 170
BCMM 5 : To be a well structured    Reviewal of existing organogram,    E    64,253    72,896     80,462   110,558   104,895   104,895   131,696   138,362   145,518
and capaciatated institution that   development, adoption and
renders effective and efficient     implementation of a new micro
services to all by 2016             organogram




                                    Capacitation
                                    of human capital


                                    Integrate ICT business processes
                                    and system


                                    Deployment of GIS on the internet
                                    and intranet


                                    Development and implementation
                                    of employee performance
                                    management system




                                    Grow the Municipality's
                                    Knowledge, creativity and
                                    innovative base and
                                    implementation of KM Strategy




                                    Migrate hard copies of documents
                                    and files through to soft copy



BCMM 6: To enhance and protect Develop & implement Municipal            F   482,762   552,187    633,370   711,167   718,911   718,911   753,394   801,414   857,174
all environmental assets and     Health Services Delivery Plan
natural resources within Buffalo
City Metro Municipality by 2016




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                                     To ensure the protection and
                                     conservation of BCMM natural
                                     resources


                                     Develop and implement Air Quality
                                     Management Plan


                                     Implement an effective waste
                                     minimization plans


                                     Improve infrastructure of all
                                     amenities




Allocations to other priorities
Total Expenditure                                                               1         2,275,770        2,843,099   3,212,286   3,926,991   3,723,816   3,723,816   3,939,855   4,353,158   4,677,197
References
1. Total expenditure must reconcile to Table A4 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
2. Balance of allocations not directly linked to an IDP strategic objective
    check op expenditure balance                                                                 –               –           –           –           –           –           –           –           –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA6 Reconciliation of IDP strategic objectives and budget (capital expenditure)
                                                                        Goal                                                                                               2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
       Strategic Objective                          Goal                              2008/9      2009/10     2010/11                  Current Year 2011/12
                                                                        Code                                                                                                               Framework
                                                                               Ref
                                                                                     Audited      Audited     Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year    Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                                           Outcome      Outcome     Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast       2012/13         2013/14        2014/15


BCMM 1: To be a financially         Improve Asset capacity as well as    A                5,490       9,750             –        5,497           13,567           13,567         29,000          13,500          4,500
sound organisation that efficiently improve controls and procedures
manages its resources


                                    Improve Financial Accounting
                                    capacity as well as improve
                                    controls and procedures




                                    Implement revenue enhancement
                                    strategies



                                    Implement SCM processes to
                                    support the SCM Policy with
                                    linkages to EDMS

                                    Maintain long term borrowings
                                    below NT threshold


                                    Prudent Municipal Investments
                                    and maintenance of a favourable
                                    cashflow




                                    Valuation of properties
BCMM 2: To be an institutionally    Rollout of public participation      B                6,323      45,571             –        1,000           16,913           16,913          4,500           2,000             –
efficient and effective city that   programmes
inclusively works with its
communities




                                                                                                    Page 75 of 170
                                      Ensure Ward Committees are
                                      representative and fully involved in
                                      community consultation processes




                                      Institutionalisation of
                                      Communication plan
                                      Engaging of sector departments/
                                      Parastatals on integrated


                                      Sustain existing international
                                      partnerships
BCMM 3:To generate an enabling        Implement skills and sector             C     5,773     4,333          –     8,000    17,848    17,848    12,255    20,000    30,000
environment for an economy that       development programmes to grow
is growing , diversifying ,           and support the economy in line
generating increasing number of       with the Provincial Industrial Policy
sustainable employment
opportunities and contributing to
increased incomes and equality.




                                      Implement tourism growth and
                                      marketing programmes to position
                                      Develop and implement economic
                                      development policies to promote
                                      Enhance the use of labour
                                      intensive in implementing projects
BCMM 4: To deliver sustainable Implement an electricity                       D   289,051   336,295          –   656,403   669,681   669,681   670,510   853,657   851,548
infrastructure that supports social management service that is
and economic development            inclusive, safe, reliable, efficient
                                    and adequately maintained




                                      Facilitate public and private sector
                                      investments and projects in
                                      Construct, Upgrade and maintain
                                      roads, stormwater sytems &




                                                                                            Page 76 of 170
                                    Replace, upgrade and maintain
                                    water and sanitation systems
                                    Implementation of water
                                    conservation and demand
                                    Implement an effective waste
                                    minimization plans
                                    Provision of formal houses as part
                                    of Integrated Sustainable Human
                                    Review and implement the
                                    Disaster Management Policy
                                    Implement measures to reduce
                                    and prevent crime incidents in
                                    Generate Local Spatial
                                    Development Frameworks


                                    Implement land acquisition &
                                    transfer
                                    Implement land release
                                    programme
                                    Develop and review a
                                    Comprehensive Integrated
                                    Develop and implement Air Quality
                                    Management Plan
                                    Develop and implement Township
                                    ImproveRegeneration Strategy to
                                    & CBD infrastructure of all
                                    amenities


                                    Provision of adequate Fire &
                                    Rescue facilities in BCMM


BCMM 5 : To be a well structured    Reviewal of existing organogram,     E   1,453    4,503           –   7,873   7,638   7,638   18,000   19,250   21,750
and capaciatated institution that   development, adoption and
renders effective and efficient     implementation of a new micro
services to all by 2016             organogram




                                    Capacitation
                                    of human capital




                                                                                     Page 77 of 170
                                     Integrate ICT business processes
                                     and system
                                     Deployment of GIS on the internet
                                     and intranet
                                     Development and implementation
                                     of employee performance
                                     Grow the Municipality's
                                     Knowledge, creativity and
                                     Migrate hard copies of documents
                                     and files through to soft copy
BCMM 6: To enhance and protect Develop & implement Municipal                  F       20,012      29,426          –     85,895         –          –          –         –         –
all environmental assets and   Health Services Delivery Plan
                                     To ensure the protection and
                                     conservation of BCMM natural
                                     Develop and implement Air Quality
                                     Management Plan
                                     Implement an effective waste
                                     minimization plans
                                     Improve infrastructure of all
                                     amenities



Allocations to other priorities                                                   3
Total Capital Expenditure                                                         1   328,103    429,879          –     764,669   725,646    725,646    734,265   908,407   907,798
References
1. Total capital expenditure must reconcile to Budgeted Capital Expenditure
2. Goal code must be used on Table SA36
3. Balance of allocations not directly linked to an IDP strategic objective
             check capital balance                                                    (38,472)        (0)   (399,110)       –          (0)        (0)       –         –         –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA7 Measureable performance objectives
                                                                                                                                                                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                        2008/9   2009/10    2010/11              Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                    Framework
                     Description                           Unit of measurement
                                                                                       Audited   Audited   Audited    Original        Adjusted          Full Year   Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                                       Outcome   Outcome   Outcome    Budget           Budget           Forecast      2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
Vote 1 - Infrastructure Services
   Function 1 - Water and Sanitation
      Sub-function and sanitation systems are
To ensure that water 1 - Water Services
adequately resourced, well maintained and efficiently   Reduction in the water         222803    223927     223749    225390                              1098        227237         229290         2289120
                                                        backlog in the number of
     Sub-function and sanitation systems
To ensure that water 2 - Sanitation Servicesare
adequately resourced, well maintained and efficiently   Reduction in the sanitation    126098    133400     140163    145163                              5500        145163         145163         148519
                                                        backlog in the number of
      Sub-function 3 - Roads and BCMM road
To provide an accessible all weatherStormwater
network
                                                        Kilometers of existing roads    50km      57km       20km     1000km                            1000km         130km          180km          600km
   Function 2 - Energy and Electricity                  & associated services
       Sub-function 1 - management
Implement an electricity Electricty service that is
inclusive, safe, reliable, efficient and adequately     Number of new households        1000     100353      500       1298                               1500         1500           1500            300
                                                        (RDP) provided with




       Sub-function 3 - (name)
Insert measure/s description

Vote 2 - vote name
   Function 1 - (name)
       Sub-function 1 - (name)
Insert measure/s description

       Sub-function 2 - (name)
Insert measure/s description


       Sub-function 3 - (name)
Insert measure/s description


   Function 2 - (name)
       Sub-function 1 - (name)
Insert measure/s description

       Sub-function 2 - (name)
Insert measure/s description




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       Sub-function 3 - (name)
Insert measure/s description


Vote 3 - vote name
   Function 1 - (name)
       Sub-function 1 - (name)
Insert measure/s description


       Sub-function 2 - (name)
Insert measure/s description


       Sub-function 3 - (name)
Insert measure/s description

   Function 2 - (name)
       Sub-function 1 - (name)
Insert measure/s description

       Sub-function 2 - (name)
Insert measure/s description


       Sub-function 3 - (name)
Insert measure/s description

   And so on for the rest of the Votes
1. Include a measurable performance objective for each revenue source (within a relevant function) and each vote (MFMA s17(3)(b))
2. Include all Basic Services performance targets from 'Basic Service Delivery' to ensure Table SA7 represents all strategic responsibilities
3. Only include prior year comparative information for individual measures where relevant activity occurred in that year/s


EC001 Buffalo City - Entities measureable performance objectives
                                                                                                                                                                                              2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                             2008/9           2009/10            2010/11                   Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Framework
                     Description                            Unit of measurement
                                                                                           Audited           Audited            Audited         Original        Adjusted          Full Year   Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                                           Outcome           Outcome            Outcome         Budget           Budget           Forecast      2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
Entity 1 - (name of entity)
  Insert measure/s description



  To 2 - (name water and
Entityensure thatof entity) sanitation systems are
  adequately resourced, well maintained and




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  To 3 - (name water and
Entityensure thatof entity) sanitation systems are
  adequately resourced, well maintained and



   And so on for the rest of the Entities
1. Include a measurable performance objective as agreed with the parent municipality (MFMA s87(5)(d))
2. Only include prior year comparative information for individual measures where relevant activity occurred in that year/s




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA8 Performance indicators and benchmarks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue &
                                                                                                      2008/9         2009/10         2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Expenditure Framework
            Description of financial indicator                     Basis of calculation
                                                                                                     Audited         Audited         Audited        Original       Adjusted       Full Year      Pre-audit      Budget Year      Budget Year      Budget Year
                                                                                                     Outcome         Outcome         Outcome        Budget          Budget        Forecast       outcome          2012/13         +1 2013/14       +2 2014/15

Borrowing Management

  Credit Rating                                                                                       A1-/A           A1-/A           A1-/A          A1-/A          A1-/A          A1-/A          A1-/A
  Capital Charges to Operating Expenditure           Interest & Principal Paid /Operating             3.8%            5.7%            -2.1%          3.4%           3.7%           3.7%            2.2%            3.3%             3.0%             2.8%
                                                     Expenditure
  Capital Charges to Own Revenue                     Finance charges & Repayment of borrowing         5.1%            8.2%            -3.2%          5.0%           5.2%           5.2%            2.2%            4.2%             3.8%             3.4%
                                                     /Own Revenue
  Borrowed funding of 'own' capital expenditure      Borrowing/Capital expenditure excl. transfers    0.0%            0.0%            0.0%           0.0%           0.0%           0.0%            0.0%            0.0%             0.0%             0.0%
                                                     and grants and contributions
Safety of Capital
  Gearing                                            Long Term Borrowing/ Funds & Reserves            10.8%          3054.4%         4028.6%        3542.5%        3540.1%        3540.1%        3540.1%         3136.4%          2675.3%          2226.7%

Liquidity
  Current Ratio                                      Current assets/current liabilities                        1.5             1.5            1.4            2.4            2.4            2.4            2.4              2.1              2.2              2.4
  Current Ratio adjusted for aged debtors            Current assets less debtors > 90 days/current             1.5             1.5            0.7            1.3            1.3            1.3            1.3              1.5              1.7              1.9
                                                     liabilities
  Liquidity Ratio                                    Monetary Assets/Current Liabilities                       0.9             0.7            0.8            1.1            1.1            1.1            1.1              1.5              1.7              1.9
Revenue Management
  Annual Debtors Collection Rate (Payment Level %) Last 12 Mths Receipts/Last 12 Mths Billing                         127.9%          96.8%         89.8%           92.8%          92.9%          92.9%           124.8%           89.3%            89.3%


  Current Debtors Collection Rate (Cash receipts %                                                                    127.9%          95.8%         91.5%           92.8%          92.9%          92.9%           124.8%           89.3%            89.3%
  of Ratepayer & Other revenue)
  Outstanding Debtors to Revenue                     Total Outstanding Debtors to Annual Revenue      18.0%           20.3%           14.7%         18.9%           20.9%          20.9%          28.8%           12.5%            11.2%            10.4%


  Longstanding Debtors Recovered                     Debtors > 12 Mths Recovered/Total Debtors >      13.1%           6.0%            12.2%          9.7%           9.7%           9.7%            9.7%            9.7%             9.7%             9.7%
                                                     12 Months Old
Creditors Management
  Creditors System Efficiency                        % of Creditors Paid Within Terms                100.0%           100.0%         100.0%         100.0%         100.0%         100.0%         100.0%           100.0%           100.0%           100.0%
                                                     (within`MFMA' s 65(e))
  Creditors to Cash and Investments                                                                   46.5%           67.5%           54.7%         51.1%           54.4%          54.4%          54.4%           24.6%            22.0%            19.8%

Other Indicators




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   Electricity Distribution Losses (2)                     % Volume (units purchased and generated          10.1%          13.2%         12.4%         10.7%         10.7%         10.7%         10.7%         11.0%         10.5%         10.0%
                                                           less units sold)/units purchased and generated


   Water Distribution Losses (2)                           % Volume (units purchased and own source         44.9%          39.9%         45.3%         47.6%         50.0%         48.8%         48.8%         48.8%         48.8%         48.8%
                                                           less units sold)/Total units purchased and own
                                                           source

   Employee costs                                          Employee costs/(Total Revenue - capital          30.9%          30.3%         29.8%         26.9%         28.4%         28.4%         24.5%         26.5%         25.4%         24.9%
                                                           revenue)
   Remuneration                                            Total remuneration/(Total Revenue - capital      31.8%          31.0%         30.7%         27.7%         29.7%         29.7%                       27.7%         26.5%         26.0%
                                                           revenue)
   Repairs & Maintenance                                   R&M/(Total Revenue excluding capital             5.5%           6.9%          6.9%          6.6%          7.0%          7.0%                        7.2%          7.1%          7.1%
                                                           revenue)
   Finance charges & Depreciation                          FC&D/(Total Revenue - capital revenue)           14.4%          25.1%         18.5%         15.5%         16.4%         16.4%         12.6%         10.7%         9.4%          7.5%


IDP regulation financial viability indicators


   i. Debt coverage                                        (Total Operating Revenue - Operating                    13.1       (19.6)            22.8          27.6          27.6          27.6       16.7             24.5          25.5          28.2
                                                           Grants)/Debt service payments due within
                                                           financial year)

   ii.O/S Service Debtors to Revenue                       Total outstanding service debtors/annual         26.5%          29.7%         21.4%         30.2%         31.5%         31.5%         41.1%         19.3%         17.4%         15.9%
                                                           revenue received for services
   iii. Cost coverage                                      (Available cash + Investments)/monthly fixed             4.7            3.4           3.4           3.3           3.2           3.2           6.0           7.7           8.5           9.5
                                                           operational expenditure
References
1. Consumer debtors > 12 months old are excluded from current assets
2. Only include if services provided by the municipality


Calculation data
Debtors > 90 days                                                                                                                         688,333       688,333       688,333       688,333       688,333       688,333       688,333       688,333
Monthly fixed operational expenditure                                                                        137,688        151,818       203,135       224,109       216,871       216,871       115,797       241,813       267,971       294,180
Fixed operational expenditure % assumption                                                                  40.0%          40.0%         40.0%         40.0%         40.0%         40.0%         40.0%         40.0%         40.0%         40.0%
Own capex                                                                                                    197,836        191,743       173,403       110,251       155,107       155,107       725,646        70,028       110,723       102,220
Borrowing                                                                                                           –              –             –             –             –             –             –             –             –             –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA9 Social, economic and demographic statistics and assumptions
                                                                                                                                         2008/9       2009/10       2010/11       Current Year     2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                                    2011/12                        Framework
              Description of economic indicator                  Basis of calculation         1996 Census   2001 Census   2007 Survey
                                                                                                                                        Outcome       Outcome       Outcome         Original         Outcome       Outcome        Outcome
                                                  Ref.                                                                                                                              Budget
Demographics
  Population
   Females aged 5 - 14
   Males aged 5 - 14
   Females aged 15 - 34
   Males aged 15 - 34
   Unemployment

Monthly household income (no. of households)      1, 12
   No income
   R1 - R1 600
   R1 601 - R3 200
   R3 201 - R6 400
   R6 401 - R12 800
   R12 801 - R25 600
   R25 601 - R51 200
   R52 201 - R102 400
   R102 401 - R204 800
   R204 801 - R409 600
   R409 601 - R819 200
   > R819 200

Poverty profiles (no. of households)
   < R2 060 per household per month                13
   Insert description                              2
Household/demographics (000)
   Number of people in municipal area
   Number of poor people in municipal area
   Number of households in municipal area
   Number of poor households in municipal area
   Definition of poor household (R per month)

Housing statistics                                 3
   Formal
   Informal
   Total number of households                                                                           -            -             -              -             -             -                -               -             -              -
   Dwellings provided by municipality              4
   Dwellings provided by province/s
   Dwellings provided by private sector            5
   Total new housing dwellings                                                                          -            -             -              -             -             -                -               -             -              -




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                                                                                                                                                           2008/9       2009/10              2010/11       Current Year       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                                                             2011/12                          Framework
               Description of economic indicator                        Basis of calculation                 1996 Census   2001 Census    2007 Survey
                                                                                                                                                          Outcome       Outcome             Outcome           Original          Outcome       Outcome        Outcome
                                                   Ref.                                                                                                                                                       Budget
Economic                                            6
   Inflation/inflation outlook (CPIX)
   Interest rate - borrowing
   Interest rate - investment
   Remuneration increases
   Consumption growth (electricity)
   Consumption growth (water)

Collection rates                                    7
   Property tax/service charges
   Rental of facilities & equipment
   Interest - external investments
   Interest - debtors
   Revenue from agency services

Detail on the provision of municipal services for A10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                             2008/9         2009/10       2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Framework
                 Total municipal services
                                                                                                                                                                        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year
                                                                                                                            Outcome        Outcome        Outcome
                                                   Ref.                                                                                                                 Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13      2013/14      +2 2014/15
                                                      Household service targets (000)
                                                      Water:
                                                         Piped water inside dwelling
                                                         Piped water inside yard (but not in dwelling)
                                                   8     Using public tap (at least min.service level)
                                                   10    Other water supply (at least min.service level)
                                                               Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                   9     Using public tap (< min.service level)
                                                   10    Other water supply (< min.service level)
                                                         No water supply
                                                                     Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                      Total number of households                                                      –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                      Sanitation/sewerage:
                                                         Flush toilet (connected to sewerage)
                                                         Flush toilet (with septic tank)
                                                         Chemical toilet
                                                         Pit toilet (ventilated)
                                                         Other toilet provisions (> min.service level)
                                                               Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                         Bucket toilet
                                                         Other toilet provisions (< min.service level)
                                                         No toilet provisions




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                                                                                                                                               2008/9       2009/10              2010/11       Current Year       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                                                 2011/12                          Framework
Description of economic indicator                           Basis of calculation                 1996 Census   2001 Census    2007 Survey
                                                                                                                                              Outcome       Outcome             Outcome           Original          Outcome       Outcome        Outcome
                                    Ref.                                                                                                                                                          Budget
                                                         Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                           Total number of households                                                     –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                           Energy:
                                              Electricity (at least min.service level)
                                              Electricity - prepaid (min.service level)
                                                   Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                              Electricity (< min.service level)
                                              Electricity - prepaid (< min. service level)
                                              Other energy sources
                                                         Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                           Total number of households                                                     –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                           Refuse:
                                              Removed at least once a week
                                                   Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                              Removed less frequently than once a week
                                              Using communal refuse dump
                                              Using own refuse dump
                                              Other rubbish disposal
                                              No rubbish disposal
                                                         Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                           Total number of households                                                     –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                 2008/9         2009/10       2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Framework
Municipal in-house services
                                                                                                                                                            Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year
                                                                                                                Outcome        Outcome        Outcome
                                    Ref.                                                                                                                    Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13      2013/14      +2 2014/15
                                       Household service targets (000)
                                       Water:
                                          Piped water inside dwelling
                                          Piped water inside yard (but not in dwelling)
                                    8     Using public tap (at least min.service level)
                                    10    Other water supply (at least min.service level)
                                                Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                                 –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                    9     Using public tap (< min.service level)
                                    10    Other water supply (< min.service level)
                                          No water supply
                                                      Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                               –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                       Total number of households                                                         –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                       Sanitation/sewerage:
                                          Flush toilet (connected to sewerage)
                                          Flush toilet (with septic tank)
                                          Chemical toilet
                                          Pit toilet (ventilated)




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                                                                                                                                                           2008/9       2009/10              2010/11       Current Year       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                                                             2011/12                          Framework
            Description of economic indicator                           Basis of calculation                 1996 Census   2001 Census    2007 Survey
                                                                                                                                                          Outcome       Outcome             Outcome           Original          Outcome       Outcome        Outcome
                                                Ref.                                                                                                                                                          Budget
                                                          Other toilet provisions (> min.service level)
                                                               Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                          Bucket toilet
                                                          Other toilet provisions (< min.service level)
                                                          No toilet provisions
                                                                     Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Total number of households                                                     –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Energy:
                                                          Electricity (at least min.service level)
                                                          Electricity - prepaid (min.service level)
                                                               Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                          Electricity (< min.service level)
                                                          Electricity - prepaid (< min. service level)
                                                          Other energy sources
                                                                     Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Total number of households                                                     –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Refuse:
                                                          Removed at least once a week
                                                               Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                          Removed less frequently than once a week
                                                          Using communal refuse dump
                                                          Using own refuse dump
                                                          Other rubbish disposal
                                                          No rubbish disposal
                                                                     Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Total number of households                                                     –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –

                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                             2008/9         2009/10       2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Framework
              Municipal entity services
                                                                                                                                                                        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year
                                                                                                                            Outcome        Outcome        Outcome
                                                Ref.                                                                                                                    Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13      2013/14      +2 2014/15
                                                   Household service targets (000)
Name of municipal entity                           Water:
                                                      Piped water inside dwelling
                                                      Piped water inside yard (but not in dwelling)
                                                8     Using public tap (at least min.service level)
                                                10    Other water supply (at least min.service level)
                                                           Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                                  –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                9     Using public tap (< min.service level)
                                                10    Other water supply (< min.service level)
                                                      No water supply
                                                               Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                                  –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                   Total number of households                                                         –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –




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                                                                                                                                                            2008/9       2009/10              2010/11       Current Year       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                                                              2011/12                          Framework
            Description of economic indicator                           Basis of calculation                  1996 Census   2001 Census    2007 Survey
                                                                                                                                                           Outcome       Outcome             Outcome           Original          Outcome       Outcome        Outcome
                                                Ref.                                                                                                                                                           Budget
Name of municipal entity                               Sanitation/sewerage:
                                                          Flush toilet (connected to sewerage)
                                                          Flush toilet (with septic tank)
                                                          Chemical toilet
                                                          Pit toilet (ventilated)
                                                          Other toilet provisions (> min.service level)
                                                                Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                          Bucket toilet
                                                          Other toilet provisions (< min.service level)
                                                          No toilet provisions
                                                                      Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Total number of households                                                      –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
Name of municipal entity                               Energy:
                                                          Electricity (at least min.service level)
                                                          Electricity - prepaid (min.service level)
                                                                Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                          Electricity (< min.service level)
                                                          Electricity - prepaid (< min. service level)
                                                          Other energy sources
                                                                      Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Total number of households                                                      –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
Name of municipal entity                               Refuse:
                                                          Removed at least once a week
                                                                Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                          Removed less frequently than once a week
                                                          Using communal refuse dump
                                                          Using own refuse dump
                                                          Other rubbish disposal
                                                          No rubbish disposal
                                                                      Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –
                                                       Total number of households                                                      –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                              2008/9         2009/10       2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Framework
  Services provided by 'external mechanisms'
                                                                                                                                                                         Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year
                                                                                                                             Outcome        Outcome        Outcome
                                                Ref.                                                                                                                     Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13      2013/14      +2 2014/15
Names of service providers                         Household service targets (000)
                                                   Water:
                                                     Piped water inside dwelling
                                                     Piped water inside yard (but not in dwelling)
                                                8    Using public tap (at least min.service level)
                                                10   Other water supply (at least min.service level)
                                                          Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                                    –               –             –              –                   –                  –               –             –              –




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                                                                                                                                                                              2008/9       2009/10       2010/11       Current Year     2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2011/12                        Framework
              Description of economic indicator                                            Basis of calculation                    1996 Census   2001 Census   2007 Survey
                                                                                                                                                                             Outcome       Outcome       Outcome         Original         Outcome       Outcome        Outcome
                                                                   Ref.                                                                                                                                                  Budget
                                                                    9        Using public tap (< min.service level)
                                                                    10       Other water supply (< min.service level)
                                                                             No water supply
                                                                                         Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
                                                                          Total number of households                                                      –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
Names of service providers                                                Sanitation/sewerage:
                                                                             Flush toilet (connected to sewerage)
                                                                             Flush toilet (with septic tank)
                                                                             Chemical toilet
                                                                             Pit toilet (ventilated)
                                                                             Other toilet provisions (> min.service level)
                                                                                   Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
                                                                             Bucket toilet
                                                                             Other toilet provisions (< min.service level)
                                                                             No toilet provisions
                                                                                         Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
                                                                          Total number of households                                                      –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
Names of service providers                                                Energy:
                                                                             Electricity (at least min.service level)
                                                                             Electricity - prepaid (min.service level)
                                                                                   Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
                                                                             Electricity (< min.service level)
                                                                             Electricity - prepaid (< min. service level)
                                                                             Other energy sources
                                                                                         Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
                                                                          Total number of households                                                      –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
Names of service providers                                                Refuse:
                                                                             Removed at least once a week
                                                                                   Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total                              –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
                                                                             Removed less frequently than once a week
                                                                             Using communal refuse dump
                                                                             Using own refuse dump
                                                                             Other rubbish disposal
                                                                             No rubbish disposal
                                                                                         Below Minimum Service Level sub-total                            –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –
                                                                          Total number of households                                                      –             –              –             –             –                –               –             –              –


References
1. Monthly household income threshold. Should include all sources of income.
2. Show the poverty analysis the municipality uses to determine its indigents policy and the provision of services
3. Include total of all housing units within the municipality
4. Number of subsidised dwellings to be constructed by the municipality under agency agreement with province
5. Provide estimate based on building approval information. Include any non-subsidised dwellings constructed by the municipality




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                                                                                                                                                                                                           2011/12                      Framework
              Description of economic indicator                                          Basis of calculation                    1996 Census   2001 Census   2007 Survey
                                                                                                                                                                           Outcome   Outcome   Outcome     Original       Outcome       Outcome        Outcome
                                                                     Ref.                                                                                                                                  Budget
6. Insert actual or estimated % increases assumed as a basis for budget calculations
7. Insert actual or estimated % collection rate assumed as a basis for budget calculations for each revenue group
8. Stand distance <= 200m from dwelling
9. Stand distance > 200m from dwelling
10. Borehole, spring, rain-water tank etc.
11. Must agree to total number of households in municipal area
12. Household income categories assume an average 4 person household. Stats SA - Census 2011 Questionnaire
13. Based on National poverty line of R515 per capita per month (2008 prices), assuming an average household size of 4 persons




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EC001 Buffalo City Supporting Table SA10 Funding measurement
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                       2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                               Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                 MFMA                                                                                                                                                           Framework
                                Description                                                  Ref
                                                                                 section
                                                                                                      Audited           Audited           Audited            Original          Adjusted         Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year       Budget Year      Budget Year
                                                                                                      Outcome           Outcome           Outcome            Budget             Budget          Forecast        outcome           2012/13          +1 2013/14       +2 2014/15
Funding measures
   Cash/cash equivalents at the year end - R'000                                 18(1)b       1           647,802           511,517            690,241           741,915           696,159         696,159         696,159          1,857,504        2,287,340        2,790,751
   Cash + investments at the yr end less applications - R'000                    18(1)b       2           576,130           442,682            394,205           935,838           918,919         918,919       1,148,238          1,288,347        1,618,588        2,021,888
   Cash year end/monthly employee/supplier payments                              18(1)b       3                 4.7                3.4               3.4               3.3                3.2             3.2             6.0               7.7              8.5              9.5
   Surplus/(Deficit) excluding depreciation offsets: R'000                        18(1)       4         1,418,493            (70,500)         (172,359)          691,457           605,833         605,833         785,598           651,940          832,285          942,751
   Service charge rev % change - macro CPIX target exclusive                    18(1)a,(2)    5          N.A.             14.4%              5.8%             12.6%              (6.1%)          (6.0%)         (29.2%)             4.7%             5.6%             5.6%
   Cash receipts % of Ratepayer & Other revenue                                 18(1)a,(2)    6        127.9%             95.8%             91.5%             92.8%              92.9%           92.9%           124.8%            89.3%            89.3%            89.3%
   Debt impairment expense as a % of total billable revenue                     18(1)a,(2)    7         9.6%              1.4%              10.9%              7.2%              7.2%             7.2%            0.0%              8.5%             8.0%             7.5%
   Capital payments % of capital expenditure                                    18(1)c;19     8        100.7%             99.2%            100.0%             100.0%            109.9%          109.9%           109.9%            100.0%           100.0%           100.0%
   Borrowing receipts % of capital expenditure (excl. transfers)                 18(1)c       9         0.0%              0.0%               0.0%              0.0%              0.0%             0.0%            0.0%              0.0%             0.0%             0.0%
   Grants % of Govt. legislated/gazetted allocations                             18(1)a      10                                                                                                                                    115.0%           120.3%           118.7%
   Current consumer debtors % change - incr(decr)                                18(1)a      11          N.A.             34.7%            (19.5%)            66.6%              4.4%             0.0%            0.0%            (32.1%)            0.2%             2.4%
   Long term receivables % change - incr(decr)                                   18(1)a      12          N.A.            (11.8%)           (14.1%)           (100.0%)            0.0%             0.0%            0.0%              0.0%             0.0%             0.0%
   R&M % of Property Plant & Equipment                                          20(1)(vi)    13         0.9%              1.4%               1.7%              1.9%              1.9%             1.9%            2.2%              2.3%             2.5%             2.7%
   Asset renewal % of capital budget                                            20(1)(vi)    14         0.0%              0.0%               0.0%              6.2%              15.1%           15.1%            0.0%             10.1%             8.5%            16.6%

References
1. Positive cash balances indicative of minimum compliance - subject to 2
2. Deduct cash and investment applications (defined) from cash balances
3. Indicative of sufficient liquidity to meet average monthly operating payments
4. Indicative of funded operational requirements
5. Indicative of adherence to macro-economic targets (prior to 2003/04 revenue not available for high capacity municipalities and later for other capacity classifications)
6. Realistic average cash collection forecasts as % of annual billed revenue
7. Realistic average increase in debt impairment (doubtful debt) provision
8. Indicative of planned capital expenditure level & cash payment timing
9. Indicative of compliance with borrowing 'only' for the capital budget - should not exceed 100% unless refinancing
10. Substantiation of National/Province allocations included in budget
11. Indicative of realistic current arrear debtor collection targets (prior to 2003/04 revenue not available for high capacity municipalities and later for other capacity classifications)
12. Indicative of realistic long term arrear debtor collection targets (prior to 2003/04 revenue not available for high capacity municipalities and later for other capacity classifications)
13. Indicative of a credible allowance for repairs & maintenance of assets - functioning assets revenue protection
14. Indicative of a credible allowance for asset renewal (requires analysis of asset renewal projects as % of total capital projects - detailed capital plan) - functioning assets revenue protection
Supporting indicators
% incr total service charges (incl prop rates)                                   18(1)a                                   20.4%             11.8%             18.6%              (0.1%)           0.0%          (23.2%)            10.7%            11.6%            11.6%
% incr Property Tax                                                              18(1)a                                   17.5%              6.1%             15.1%              (0.1%)           0.0%            0.5%             11.3%            11.5%            11.5%




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% incr Service charges - electricity revenue                       18(1)a                  31.6%           15.2%         23.6%       0.0%        0.0%        (34.7%)     9.6%         11.0%       11.0%
% incr Service charges - water revenue                             18(1)a                  11.3%           (0.7%)        16.5%       (3.2%)      0.0%        (30.2%)     14.2%        14.4%       14.4%
% incr Service charges - sanitation revenue                        18(1)a                  13.3%           14.1%         8.4%        1.5%        0.0%         0.2%       10.3%        10.5%       10.5%
% incr Service charges - refuse revenue                            18(1)a                  11.8%           12.9%         10.6%       1.3%        0.0%        (33.5%)     12.3%        12.5%       12.5%
% incr in Service charges - other                                  18(1)a                 (104.8%)        (2212.7%)      33.0%       0.0%        0.0%        (27.0%)     10.4%        10.6%       10.4%
Total billable revenue                                             18(1)a     1,436,861    1,728,166        1,932,414    2,287,087   2,283,902   2,283,902   1,750,848   2,528,200    2,820,258   3,145,991
Service charges                                                               1,424,110    1,715,256        1,918,306    2,274,328   2,271,143   2,271,143   1,744,083   2,514,114    2,804,679   3,128,792
Property rates                                                                 363,493       427,047         453,306      521,747      521,072    521,072      523,523    579,953      646,648     721,012
Service charges - electricity revenue                                          609,731       802,485         924,518     1,142,652   1,142,652   1,142,652     746,079   1,251,945    1,390,285   1,543,633
Service charges - water revenue                                                181,117       201,622         200,158      233,283      225,867    225,867      157,745    257,827      294,826     337,133
Service charges - sanitation revenue                                           128,522       145,648         166,162      180,203      182,820    182,820      183,195    201,650      222,824     246,220
Service charges - refuse removal                                               124,506       139,256         157,219      173,905      176,193    176,193      117,097    197,865      222,598     250,423
Service charges - other                                                         16,742            (802)       16,943       22,539       22,539     22,539       16,444     24,873       27,500      30,371
Rental of facilities and equipment                                              12,750        12,910          14,107       12,759       12,759     12,759        6,765     14,086       15,579      17,199
Capital expenditure excluding capital grant funding                            204,248       193,117         174,203      110,251      157,897    157,897      725,646     70,028      110,723     102,220
Cash receipts from ratepayers                                      18(1)a     2,032,780    1,833,919        1,916,526    2,465,720   2,466,553   2,466,553   2,466,553   2,739,817    3,048,711   3,379,010
Ratepayer & Other revenue                                          18(1)a     1,589,716    1,913,598        2,094,585    2,656,467   2,654,427   2,654,427   1,976,807   3,068,568    3,414,363   3,784,161
Change in consumer debtors (current and non-current)                            26,073       132,490         (100,002)    275,736      306,009    306,009      306,009    (200,751)      1,112      11,730
Operating and Capital Grant Revenue                                18(1)a      614,607       813,714         911,805     1,620,988   1,331,439   1,331,439     491,365   1,468,550    1,714,934   1,778,119
Capital expenditure - total                                       20(1)(vi)    366,575       429,879         399,110      764,669      725,646    725,646      725,646    734,265      908,407     907,798
Capital expenditure - renewal                                     20(1)(vi)          –               –              –      47,391      109,631    109,631                  73,800       77,276     150,500

Supporting benchmarks
Growth guideline maximum                                                      6.0%         6.0%             6.0%         6.0%        6.0%        6.0%         6.0%       6.0%         6.0%        6.0%
CPI guideline                                                                 4.3%         3.9%             4.6%         5.0%        5.0%        5.0%         5.0%       5.4%         5.6%        5.4%
DoRA operating grants total MFY                                                                                                                                           658,832      703,542     756,187
DoRA capital grants total MFY                                                                                                                                             618,176      722,067     741,369
Provincial operating grants                                                                                                                                                      –            –           –
Provincial capital grants                                                                                                                                                        –            –           –
District Municipality grants                                                                                                                                                     –            –           –
Total gazetted/advised national, provincial and district grants                                                                                                          1,277,008    1,425,609   1,497,556
Average annual collection rate (arrears inclusive)


DoRA operating
      Financial Management Grant                                                                                                                                             1,500       1,500       1,500
      Expanded Public works Programme Incentive Grant                                                                                                                        1,484            –           –
      Water Services Operating Subsidy                                                                                                                                       1,283            –           –
      Infrastucture Skills Development Grant                                                                                                                                 3,000       3,800       4,000
      Equitable Share                                                                                                                                                     651,565      698,242     750,687




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                                                                                                                                                                   658,832       703,542      756,187
DoRA capital
      Electricity Demand Side Management                                                                                                                            10,000              –            –
      Public Transport Infrastruture Grant                                                                                                                          78,702        78,762             –
      Neighourhood Development Partnership Grant                                                                                                                          –             –       8,828
      Integrated National Electrification Programme                                                                                                                 30,000        30,000       20,000
      Urban Settlements Development Grant                                                                                                                          499,474       613,305      712,541
                                                                                                                                                                   618,176       722,067      741,369
Trend
Change in consumer debtors (current and non-current)           26,073      132,490         (100,002)       306,009      (200,751)       1,112       11,730                –             –            –

Total Operating Revenue                                      2,123,984    2,532,297       2,806,620       3,653,289    3,448,369    3,448,369    2,496,736        3,926,868    4,386,999    4,813,530
Total Operating Expenditure                                  2,275,770    2,843,099       3,212,286       3,926,991    3,723,816    3,723,816    2,021,880        3,939,855    4,353,158    4,677,197
Operating Performance Surplus/(Deficit)                       (151,786)    (310,803)       (405,666)       (273,702)    (275,447)    (275,447)     474,857          (12,987)      33,841      136,333
Cash and Cash Equivalents (30 June 2012)                                                                                                                          1,857,504
Revenue
% Increase in Total Operating Revenue                                     19.2%          10.8%           30.2%         (5.6%)       0.0%         (27.6%)         13.9%         11.7%        9.7%
% Increase in Property Rates Revenue                                      17.6%           6.1%           15.0%         (0.1%)       0.0%          0.6%           11.3%         11.5%        11.5%
% Increase in Electricity Revenue                                         31.6%          15.2%           23.6%         0.0%         0.0%         (34.7%)          9.6%         11.0%        11.0%
% Increase in Property Rates & Services Charges                           20.4%          11.8%           18.6%         (0.1%)       0.0%         (23.2%)         10.7%         11.6%        11.6%
Expenditure
% Increase in Total Operating Expenditure                                 24.9%          13.0%           22.2%         (5.2%)       0.0%         (45.7%)          5.8%         10.5%        7.4%
% Increase in Employee Costs                                              16.7%           9.3%           17.4%         (0.4%)       0.0%         (37.5%)          6.3%         7.2%         7.4%
% Increase in Electricity Bulk Purchases                                  34.0%          30.1%           25.8%         0.0%         0.0%         (34.4%)         16.2%         16.2%        16.0%
Average Cost Per Budgeted Employee Position (Remuneration)                             165867.9305     184589.4751                                             198963.257
Average Cost Per Councillor (Remuneration)                                             261548.6136     288706.2262                                             452186.9992
R&M % of PPE                                                 0.9%         1.4%            1.7%            1.9%         1.9%         1.9%                          2.3%         2.5%         2.7%
Asset Renewal and R&M as a % of PPE                          1.0%         1.0%            2.0%           28.0%         36.0%        36.0%                        35.0%         32.0%        39.0%
Debt Impairment % of Total Billable Revenue                  9.6%         1.4%           10.9%            7.2%         7.2%         7.2%          0.0%            8.5%         8.0%         7.5%
Capital Revenue
Internally Funded & Other (R'000)                             162,635       95,887         120,475         110,251       140,320     140,320               –        70,028       110,723      102,220
Borrowing (R'000)                                              41,614       97,230          53,728                –       17,577      17,577               –              –             –            –
Grant Funding and Other (R'000)                               162,327      236,761         224,907         654,418       567,749     567,749               –       664,237       797,684      805,578
Internally Generated funds % of Non Grant Funding            79.6%        49.7%          69.2%           100.0%        88.9%        88.9%         0.0%           100.0%        100.0%       100.0%
Borrowing % of Non Grant Funding                             20.4%        50.3%          30.8%            0.0%         11.1%        11.1%         0.0%            0.0%         0.0%         0.0%
Grant Funding % of Total Funding                             44.3%        55.1%          56.4%           85.6%         78.2%        78.2%         0.0%           90.5%         87.8%        88.7%
Capital Expenditure
Total Capital Programme (R'000)                               366,575      429,879         399,110         764,669       725,646     725,646               –       734,265       908,407      907,798




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Asset Renewal                                                           –           –             –      47,391      109,631      109,631      109,631       73,800       77,276      150,500
Asset Renewal % of Total Capital Expenditure                    0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         6.2%        15.1%        15.1%         0.0%        10.1%         8.5%        16.6%
Cash
Cash Receipts % of Rate Payer & Other                          127.9%       95.8%        91.5%        92.8%        92.9%        92.9%        124.8%       89.3%        89.3%        89.3%
Cash Coverage Ratio                                                     0           0             0           0            0            0             0            0           0            0
Borrowing

Credit Rating (2009/10)                                                                                                                                    A1-/A
Capital Charges to Operating                                    3.8%         5.7%        (2.1%)        3.4%         3.7%         3.7%         2.2%         3.3%         3.0%         2.8%
Borrowing Receipts % of Capital Expenditure                     0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%
Reserves
Surplus/(Deficit)                                                576,130      442,682      394,205      935,838      918,919      918,919     1,148,238    1,288,347    1,618,588    2,021,888
Free Services
Free Basic Services as a % of Equitable Share                   0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         0.0%                      0.0%         0.0%         0.0%
Free Services as a % of Operating Revenue
(excl operational transfers)                                    8.1%         8.6%         9.1%         8.0%         8.0%         8.0%                      7.7%         7.8%         7.8%

High Level Outcome of Funding Compliance
Total Operating Revenue                                        2,123,984    2,532,297    2,806,620    3,653,289    3,448,369    3,448,369    2,496,736    3,926,868    4,386,999    4,813,530
Total Operating Expenditure                                    2,275,770    2,843,099    3,212,286    3,926,991    3,723,816    3,723,816    2,021,880    3,939,855    4,353,158    4,677,197
Surplus/(Deficit) Budgeted Operating Statement                  (151,786)    (310,803)    (405,666)    (273,702)    (275,447)    (275,447)     474,857      (12,987)      33,841      136,333
Surplus/(Deficit) Considering Reserves and Cash Backing          424,344      131,879      (11,461)     662,136      643,472      643,472    1,623,095    1,275,360    1,652,429    2,158,221
MTREF Funded (1) / Unfunded (0)                           15      1            1            0            1            1            1            1            1            1            1
MTREF Funded  / Unfunded                                15                                                                                                                  

References
15. Subject to figures provided in Schedule.




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA11 Property rates summary
                                                                                                                                                                         2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                2008/9           2009/10            2010/11                       Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                         Framework
                      Description                    Ref
                                                               Audited           Audited            Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                               Outcome           Outcome            Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
Valuation:                                           1
  Date of valuation:                                                                                                7/1/2008
  Financial year valuation used                                                                                    July 2009
  Municipal by-laws s6 in place? (Y/N)               2                                                                Yes
  Municipal/assistant valuer appointed? (Y/N)                                                                         Yes
  Municipal partnership s38 used? (Y/N)                                                                                No
  No. of assistant valuers (FTE)                     3                                                                         5
  No. of data collectors (FTE)                       3                                                                         3
  No. of internal valuers (FTE)                      3                                                                         2
  No. of external valuers (FTE)                      3
  No. of additional valuers (FTE)                    4
  Valuation appeal board established? (Y/N)                                                                          Yes
  Implementation time of new valuation roll (mths)                                                                         27
  No. of properties                                  5                                                                152,426
  No. of sectional title values                      5                                                                  1,048
  No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2)                                                                            3
  No. of supplementary valuations                                                                                           4
  No. of valuation roll amendments
  No. of objections by rate payers                                                                                       5,898
  No. of appeals by rate payers                                                                                            146
  No. of successful objections                       8                                                                   4,652
  No. of successful objections > 10%                 8                                                                   4,078
  Supplementary valuation
  Public service infrastructure value (Rm)           5
  Municipality owned property value (Rm)
Valuation reductions:
  Valuation reductions-public infrastructure (Rm)          _                               83                 84
  Valuation reductions-nature reserves/park (Rm)           _                 _                  _
  Valuation reductions-mineral rights (Rm)                 _                 _                  _
  Valuation reductions-R15,000 threshold (Rm)              _                          1,595              1,580
  Valuation reductions-public worship (Rm)                 _                 _                  _
  Valuation reductions-other (Rm)                          _                 _                  _
Total valuation reductions:                                              –            1,678              1,664                –                   –                  –             –              –              –
   Total value used for rating (Rm)                  5
   Total land value (Rm)                             5
   Total value of improvements (Rm)                  5
   Total market value (Rm)                           5




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Rating:
  Residential rate used to determine rate for other
  categories? (Y/N)
   Differential rates used? (Y/N)                             5
   Limit on annual rate increase (s20)? (Y/N)
   Special rating area used? (Y/N)
   Phasing-in properties s21 (number)
   Rates policy accompanying budget? (Y/N)
   Fixed amount minimum value (R'000)
   Non-residential prescribed ratio s19? (%)
Rate revenue:
  Rate revenue budget (R '000)                                6
  Rate revenue expected to collect (R'000)                    6
  Expected cash collection rate (%)
  Special rating areas (R'000)                                7
  Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R'000)
  Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R'000)
  Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm. (R'000)
  Rebates, exemptions - other (R'000)
  Phase-in reductions/discounts (R'000)
Total rebates,exemptns,reductns,discs (R'000)                                  –                  –              –            –   –   –   –   –   –

References
1. All numbers to be expressed as whole numbers except FTEs and Rates in the Rand
2. To give effect to rates policy
3. Full Time Equivalent (FTE) should be expressed to one decimal place and takes into account full time and part time staff
4. Required to implement new system (FTE)
5. Provide relevant information for historical comparisons. Must reconcile to the total of Table SA12
6. Current and budget year must reconcile to Table A4 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
7. Included in rate revenue budget
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA12a Property rates by category (current year)
                                                               Resi.        Indust.           Bus. &     Farm props. State-owned Muni props.            Public        Private          Formal &    Comm. Land       State trust      Section           Protect.     National           Public        Mining
                       Description                   Ref                                      Comm.                                                  service infra. owned towns        Informal                        land        8(2)(n) (note        Areas      Monum/ts           benefit        Props.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Settle.                                          1)                                           organs.
Current Year 2011/12
Valuation:
   No. of properties                                           107,294                           4,748          2,657             450        1,146          1,989                                       23,834            10,308
   No. of sectional title property values
   No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2)
   No. of supplementary valuations
   Supplementary valuation (Rm)
   No. of valuation roll amendments
   No. of objections by rate-payers                              5,049                             544            114                                          7                                              184
   No. of appeals by rate-payers                                   108                              16              8                                                                                          14
   No. of appeals by rate-payers finalised                         108                              16              8                                                                                          14
   No. of successful objections                      5           4,233                             214            108                                                                                          97
   No. of successful objections > 10%                5           3,805                             122             87                                                                                          64
   Estimated no. of properties not valued                        4,500
   Years since last valuation (select)                          3
   Frequency of valuation (select)                              4
   Method of valuation used (select)                         Market
   Base of valuation (select)                              Land & impr.
   Phasing-in properties s21 (number)                          Yes
   Combination of rating types used? (Y/N)                     Yes
   Flat rate used? (Y/N)                                       No
   Is balance rated by uniform rate/variable rate?
Valuation reductions:
   Valuation reductions-public infrastructure (Rm)         _            _                 _              _               _               _                    82 _                 _               _                _              _               _               _              _              _
   Valuation reductions-nature reserves/park (Rm)          _            _                 _              _               _               _           _           _                 _               _                _              _               _               _              _              _
   Valuation reductions-mineral rights (Rm)                _            _                 _              _               _               _           _           _                 _               _                _              _               _               _              _              _
   Valuation reductions-R15,000 threshold (Rm)                    1,599 _                 _              _               _               _           _           _                 _               _                _              _               _               _              _              _
   Valuation reductions-public worship (Rm)                _            _                 _              _               _               _           _           _                 _               _                _              _               _               _              _              _
   Valuation reductions-other (Rm)                   2     _            _                 _              _               _               _           _           _                 _               _                _              _               _               _              _              _
Total valuation reductions:
   Total value used for rating (Rm)                  6           40,980                         15,001          1,830           1,491                        275               –               –               –           1,233                                                             3
   Total land value (Rm)                             6               –                –             –              –               –           –              –                –               –               –              –               –                –              –             –                 –
   Total value of improvements (Rm)                  6               –                –             –              –               –           –              –                –               –               –              –               –                –              –             –                 –
   Total market value (Rm)                           6           42,271                         15,904          1,900           1,506                        278               –               –              609          1,416              –                –              –              3                –
Rating:
   Average rate                                      3       0.006545 _                       0.016362       0.001636               –          –         0.001636              –               –              –         0.019635              –                –              –       0.001636
   Rate revenue budget (R '000)                               268,217                          245,449           2,994           6,829                        450              –               –              –           24,209              –                –              –              4                    548,153
   Rate revenue expected to collect (R'000)                   253,465                          231,949           2,830           6,454                        426              –               –              –           22,877              –                –              –              4                    518,005
   Expected cash collection rate (%)                 4       94.5%                            94.5%          94.5%           94.5%                       94.5%          0.0%            0.0%           0.0%             94.5%          0.0%             0.0%           0.0%           94.5%
   Special rating areas (R'000)                            _          _                   _              _               _               _           _              _              _               _                _              _               _               _              _              _
   Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R'000)
   Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R'000)                         969
   Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm. (R'000)                  1,073
   Rebates, exemptions - other (R'000)                            7,165
   Phase-in reductions/discounts (R'000)                          2,668
Total rebates,exemptns,reductns,discs (R'000)                    11,875




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References
1. Land & Assistance Act, Restitution of Land Rights, Communual Property Associations
2. Include value of additional reductions is 'free' value greater than MPRA minimum.
3. Average rate - cents in the Rand. Eg 10.26 cents in the Rand is 0.1026, expressed to 6 decimal places maximum
4. Include arrears collections
5. In favour of the rate-payer
6. Provide relevant information for historical comparisons.




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA12b Property rates by category (budget year)
                                                              Resi.       Indust.   Bus. &     Farm props. State-owned Muni props.      Public        Private     Formal &   Comm. Land   State trust     Section       Protect.    National    Public   Mining
                       Description                   Ref                            Comm.                                            service infra. owned towns   Informal                   land       8(2)(n) (note    Areas     Monum/ts    benefit   Props.
                                                                                                                                                                   Settle.                                    1)                               organs.
Budget Year 2012/13
Valuation:
   No. of properties                                           107,294                 4,748        2,657         450        1,146         1,989                                 23,834        10,308
   No. of sectional title property values
   No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2)
   No. of supplementary valuations
   Supplementary valuation (Rm)
   No. of valuation roll amendments
   No. of objections by rate-payers                              5,049                   544          114                                      7                                   184
   No. of appeals by rate-payers                                   108                    16            8                                                                           14
   No. of appeals by rate-payers finalised                         108                    16            8                                                                           14
   No. of successful objections                      5           4,233                   214          108                                                                           97
   No. of successful objections > 10%                5           3,805                   122           87                                                                           64
   Estimated no. of properties not valued                        4,500
   Years since last valuation (select)                          3
   Frequency of valuation (select)                              4
   Method of valuation used (select)                         Market
   Base of valuation (select)                              Land & impr.
   Phasing-in properties s21 (number)                          Yes
   Combination of rating types used? (Y/N)                     Yes
   Flat rate used? (Y/N)                                       No
   Is balance rated by uniform rate/variable rate?
Valuation reductions:
   Valuation reductions-public infrastructure (Rm)
   Valuation reductions-nature reserves/park (Rm)
   Valuation reductions-mineral rights (Rm)
   Valuation reductions-R15,000 threshold (Rm)
   Valuation reductions-public worship (Rm)
   Valuation reductions-other (Rm)                   2
Total valuation reductions:
   Total value used for rating (Rm)                  6
   Total land value (Rm)                             6
   Total value of improvements (Rm)                  6
   Total market value (Rm)                           6
Rating:
   Average rate                                      3
   Rate revenue budget (R '000)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   –
   Rate revenue expected to collect (R'000)                                                                                                                                                                                                                       –
   Expected cash collection rate (%)                 4
   Special rating areas (R'000)
   Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R'000)
   Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R'000)
   Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm. (R'000)
   Rebates, exemptions - other (R'000)
   Phase-in reductions/discounts (R'000)
Total rebates,exemptns,reductns,discs (R'000)




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References
1. Land & Assistance Act, Restitution of Land Rights, Communual Property Associations
2. Include value of additional reductions is 'free' value greater than MPRA minimum.
3. Average rate - cents in the Rand. Eg 10.26 cents in the Rand is 0.1026, expressed to 6 decimal places maximum
4. Include arrears collections
5. In favour of the rate-payer
6. Provide relevant information for historical comparisons.




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA13 Service Tariffs by category
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                               Current Year                       Framework
                         Description           Ref          Provide description of tariff structure where appropriate     2008/9           2009/10           2010/11
                                                                                                                                                                                 2011/12          Budget Year     Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    2012/13          2013/14        2014/15
Property rates (rate in the Rand)              1
Residential properties                               Land & Improvements 2009/2010 Onwards                                  0.014700         0.005370          0.005907             0.006545         0.007285          0.008122       0.009056
Residential properties                               Improvements                                                           0.018400                     -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Residential properties - vacant land                 Vacant Land                                                            0.196030         0.016110          0.017721             0.019635         0.021854          0.024367       0.027169
Formal/informal settlements                          N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Small holdings                                       N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Farm properties - used                               Land & Improvements                                                    0.005880         0.001340          0.001477             0.001636         0.001821          0.002030       0.002264
Farm properties - not used                           Land & Improvements                                                    0.005880         0.001340          0.001477             0.001636         0.001821          0.002030       0.002264
Industrial properties                                Land & Improvements 2009/2010 Onwards                                  0.196020         0.013420          0.014768             0.016362         0.018211          0.020305       0.022640
Industrial properties                                Improvements                                                           0.025410                     -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Business and commercial properties                   Land & Improvements 2009/2010 Onwards                                  0.196020         0.013420          0.014768             0.016362         0.018211          0.020305       0.022640
Business and commercial properties                   Improvements                                                           0.025410                     -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Communal land - residential                          N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Communal land - small holdings                       N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Communal land - farm property                        N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Communal land - business and commercial              N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Communal land - other                                N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
State-owned properties                               Various depending on prop category                                                -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Municipal properties                                 N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Public service infrastructure                        Land                                                                              -     0.001340          0.001477             0.001636         0.001821          0.002030       0.002264
Privately owned towns serviced by the owner          N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
State trust land                                     Land                                                                    0.20493         0.016110          0.017721             0.019635         0.021854          0.024367       0.027169
Restitution and redistribution properties            N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
Protected areas                                      N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -
National monuments properties                        N/A                                                                               -                 -                 -                  -           -                -              -


Exemptions, reductions and rebates (Rands)
Residential properties
R15 000 threshhold rebate                                                                                                    15,000           15,000            15,000               15,000            15,000            15,000         15,000
General residential rebate                                                                                                         -                 -                 -                 -                    -                -              -
Indigent rebate or exemption                                                                                                       -                 -                 -                 -                    -                -              -
Pensioners/social grants rebate or exemption                                                                                    90,372       5,550,482         5,373,939           8,206,509         10,247,294       11,425,733     12,739,692
Temporary relief rebate or exemption                                                                                               -                 -                 -                 -                    -                -              -




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                                                                                                                                                                                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                     Current Year                   Framework
                          Description       Ref              Provide description of tariff structure where appropriate     2008/9        2009/10       2010/11
                                                                                                                                                                       2011/12      Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                                                                                                                                      2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Bona fide farmers rebate or exemption                                                                                               -      503,984       526,646        1,072,808             -               -              -
List other rebates or exemptions                  Differential rebate - non availability of services                                -     4,619,821     4,416,303       7,164,843             -               -              -


Water tariffs
Domestic
Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month)              N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -
Service point - vacant land (Rands/month)         N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -
Water usage - flat rate tariff (c/kl)
Water usage - life line tariff                    0 - 6 kl                                                                   4.64981       5.16128       5.72902          6.51103       7.43234          8.49888        9.71847
Water usage - Block 1 (c/kl)                      0 - 6 kl                                                                   4.64981       5.16128       5.72902          6.51103       7.43234          8.49888        9.71847
Water usage - Block 2 (c/kl)                      7 - 10 kl                                                                  4.74098       5.26249       5.84136          6.63871       7.57809          8.66554        9.90905
Water usage - Block 3 (c/kl)                      11 - 20 kl                                                                 6.58461       7.30891       8.11289          9.22030      10.52497         12.03531       13.76237
Water usage - Block 4 (c/kl)                      21 - 30 kl                                                                 8.53560       9.47452      10.51672         11.95225      13.64349         15.60133       17.84013
Water usage - Block 5 (c/kl)                      31 > kl                                                                   10.71171      11.89000      13.19790         14.99941      17.12183         19.57881       22.38837


Waste water tariffs
Domestic
Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month)              N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -
Service point - vacant land (Rands/month)         N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -
Waste water - flat rate tariff (c/kl)
Volumetric charge - Block 1 (c/kl)                N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -
Volumetric charge - Block 2 (c/kl)                N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -
Volumetric charge - Block 3 (c/kl)                N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -
Volumetric charge - Block 4 (c/kl)                N/A                                                                               -              -             -             -              -               -              -


Domestic
Small
Erf 0 - 300 m2                                                                                                                   30.26       33.63         37.28            40.94          45.15           49.89          55.13
Erf 301 - 400 m2                                                                                                                 48.17       53.44         59.28            65.06          71.76           79.29          87.62
Medium
Flats:
Ordinary                                                                                                                         84.14       93.42        103.73           113.89        125.62           138.81         153.38
Complex                                                                                                                          76.17       84.58         93.93           103.14        113.77           125.71         138.91
Semi's                                                                                                                           84.14       93.42        103.73           113.89        125.62           138.81         153.38
Cluster Houses/Townhouses                                                                                                     104.17        115.64        128.36           140.94        155.45           171.77         189.81




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                                                                                                                                                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                           Current Year                     Framework
                             Description    Ref           Provide description of tariff structure where appropriate           2008/9           2009/10       2010/11
                                                                                                                                                                             2011/12        Budget Year     Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                                                                                                                                              2012/13          2013/14        2014/15
Erf 401 - 800 m2                                                                                                                 125.22           138.96        154.24           169.37          186.82            206.43         228.11
Large
Erf 801 - 1200 m2                                                                                                                135.16           150.00        166.52           182.82          201.65            222.83         246.22
Erf > 1200 m2                                                                                                                    147.22           163.45        181.43           199.20          219.71            242.78         268.28


Electricity tariffs
Domestic
Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month)              N/A                                                                                  -             -             -                -               -                -              -
Service point - vacant land (Rands/month)          N/A                                                                                 -             -             -                -               -                -              -
FBE                                                Consumers are eligable to register as a Indigent Consumer and enjoy the             -             -             -                -               -                -              -
                                                  privelages of a Welfare Package if the total monthly income per household
Life-line tariff - meter                          0 - 50kwh - Free                                                                     -             -             -                -               -                -              -
Life-line tariff - prepaid                        0 - 50 kwh - Free                                                                    -             -             -                -               -                -              -
Flat rate tariff - meter (c/kwh)                  N/A                                                                                  -             -             -                -               -                -              -
Flat rate tariff - prepaid(c/kwh)                 N/A                                                                                  -             -             -                -               -                -              -
Meter - IBT Block 1 (c/kwh)                       0 - 50kwh - Indigent Consumers & Pensioners (Indigents Accounts Paid fron     0.47329          0.54428       0.62592          0.75348         0.83659           0.92903        1.03150
Meter - IBT Block 2 (c/kwh)                       Equitable Share) Indigent Consumers
                                                  0 - 50kwh - Non                                                               0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228
Meter - IBT Block 3 (c/kwh)                       51 - 350kwh - All Consumers                                                   0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228
Meter - IBT Block 4 (c/kwh)                       351 - 600kwh - All Consumers                                                  0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228
Meter - IBT Block 5 (c/kwh)                       601 - >kwh - All Consumers                                                    0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228


Prepaid - IBT Block 1 (c/kwh)                     0 - 50kwh - Indigent Consumers & Pensioners (Indigents Accounts Paid fron     0.47329          0.54428       0.62592          0.75348         0.83659           0.92903        1.03150
Prepaid - IBT Block 2 (c/kwh)                     Equitable Share) Indigent Consumers
                                                  0 - 50kwh - Non                                                               0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228
Prepaid - IBT Block 3 (c/kwh)                     51 - 350kwh - All Consumers                                                   0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228
Prepaid - IBT Block 4 (c/kwh)                     351 - 600kwh - All Consumers                                                  0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228
Prepaid - IBT Block 5 (c/kwh)                     601 - >kwh - All Consumers                                                    0.53878          0.70741       0.86304          1.03893         1.15352           1.28099        1.42228


Waste management tariffs
Domestic
Street cleaning charge                            N/A                                                                                      -             -             -                -               -                -              -
Basic charge/fixed fee                            N/A                                                                                      -             -             -                -               -                -              -
80l bin - once a week                             N/A                                                                                      -             -             -                -               -                -              -
250l bin - once a week                            N/A                                                                                      -             -             -                -               -                -              -
85l bin - once a week                             Domestic - 2 x 85l bin - once a week                                            78.95            87.72         97.37           108.77          122.15            137.42         154.59
85l bin - twice a week                            Trade & Industrial - 85l bin - twice a week                                    178.07           197.37        219.30           245.61          275.82            310.30         349.08




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                                                                                                                                                                                       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                        Current Year                   Framework
                        Description                            Ref           Provide description of tariff structure where appropriate     2008/9   2009/10   2010/11
                                                                                                                                                                          2011/12      Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                                                                                                                                         2012/13        2013/14        2014/15

References
1 If properties are not rated or zero rated this must be indicated as such




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA14 Household bills
                                                                2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                  Current Year 2011/12                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework
                       Description
                                                         Ref   Audited       Audited       Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                               Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Rand/cent                                                                                                                                                    % incr.
Monthly Account for Household - 'Middle Income           1
Range'
Rates and services charges:
  Property rates                                                   346.00       384.06        422.47         468.09           468.09           468.09            11.3%          520.99           580.90         647.70
  Electricity: Basic levy                                                –             –             –              –               –                  –               –             –               –              –
  Electricity: Consumption                                         538.78       707.41        863.04       1,038.93         1,038.93          1,038.93           11.0%         1,153.52        1,280.99       1,422.28
  Water: Basic levy                                                      –             –             –              –               –                  –               –             –               –              –
  Water: Consumption                                               198.06       219.85        244.04         277.35           277.35           277.35            14.2%          316.59           362.02         413.97
  Sanitation                                                       135.16       150.00        166.52         182.82           182.82           182.82            10.3%          201.65           222.83         246.22
  Refuse removal                                                    78.95        87.72         97.37         108.77           108.77           108.77            12.3%          122.15           137.42         154.59
  Other                                                             17.54        20.18         22.81          25.44            25.44             25.44           10.3%           28.06            31.01          34.26
                                             sub-total           1,314.50      1,569.22      1,816.25      2,101.40         2,101.40          2,101.40           11.5%         2,342.96        2,615.16       2,919.04
  VAT on Services                                                  135.59       165.92        195.13         228.66           228.66           228.66            11.6%          255.08           284.80         317.99
Total large household bill:                                      1,450.08      1,735.15      2,011.37      2,330.06         2,330.06          2,330.06           11.5%         2,598.04        2,899.96       3,237.02
  % increase/-decrease                                                           19.7%         15.9%         15.8%             (0.0%)            0.0%                            11.5%           11.6%          11.6%

                                                         2
Monthly Account for Household - 'Affordable Range'
Rates and services charges:
  Property rates                                                    54.69        60.70         66.77          73.98            73.98             73.98           11.3%            82.34           91.81         102.37
  Electricity: Basic levy                                              –            –              –              –                –                 –               –               –               –              –
  Electricity: Consumption                                         268.31       352.29        429.79         517.39           517.39            517.39           11.0%           574.45          637.93         708.30
  Water: Basic levy                                                    –            –              –              –                –                 –               –               –               –              –
  Water: Consumption                                               155.39       172.48        191.45         217.59           217.59            217.59           14.2%           248.37          284.02         324.77
  Sanitation                                                        30.26        33.63         59.28          65.06            65.06             65.06           10.3%            71.76           79.29          87.62
  Refuse removal                                                    78.95        87.72         97.37         108.77           108.77            108.77           12.3%           122.15          137.42         154.59
  Other                                                             17.54        20.18         22.81          25.44            25.44             25.44           10.3%            28.06           31.01          34.26
                                           sub-total               605.14       726.99        867.48       1,008.22         1,008.22          1,008.22           11.8%         1,127.14        1,261.47       1,411.91
  VAT on Services                                                   77.06        93.28        112.10         130.79           130.79            130.79               –           146.27          163.75         183.34
Total small household bill:                                        682.21       820.28        979.58       1,139.01         1,139.01          1,139.01           11.8%         1,273.41        1,425.23       1,595.25
  % increase/-decrease                                                          20.2%         19.4%          16.3%             (0.0%)            0.0%                            11.8%           11.9%          11.9%
                                                                                                -0.04          -0.16            -1.00             -2.00
Monthly Account for Household - 'Indigent'               3
Household receiving free basic services
Rates and services charges:




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                                                                      2008/9           2009/10           2010/11                     Current Year 2011/12                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework
                        Description
                                                            Ref     Audited           Audited           Audited           Original        Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year     Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                    Outcome           Outcome           Outcome           Budget           Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
Rand/cent                                                                                                                                                                     % incr.
  Property rates                                                           54.69             60.70             66.77           73.98            73.98             73.98           11.3%           82.34           91.81         102.37
   Electricity: Basic levy                                                     –                 –                 –                 –               –                  –               –            –               –              –
   Electricity: Consumption                                                23.66             27.21             31.30           37.67            37.67             37.67           11.0%           41.83           46.45          51.58
   Water: Basic levy                                                           –                 –                 –                 –               –                  –               –            –               –              –
   Water: Consumption                                                      27.90             30.97             34.37           39.07            39.07             39.07           14.2%           44.59           50.99          58.31
   Sanitation                                                              30.26             33.63             59.28           65.06            65.06             65.06           10.3%           71.76           79.29          87.62
   Refuse removal                                                          78.95             87.72             97.37          108.77           108.77           108.77            12.3%          122.15          137.42         154.59
   Other                                                                   17.54             20.18             22.81           25.44            25.44             25.44           10.3%           28.06           31.01          34.26
                                                sub-total                 233.01            260.41            311.90          349.99           349.99           349.99            11.6%          390.73          436.97         488.73
   VAT on Services                                                         24.96             27.96             34.32           38.64            38.64             38.64           11.7%           43.17           48.32          54.09
Total small household bill:                                               257.97            288.37            346.22          388.63           388.63           388.63            11.7%          433.91          485.29         542.82
   % increase/-decrease                                                                     11.8%             20.1%           12.2%             (0.0%)            0.0%                            11.7%          11.8%          11.9%

References
1. Use as basis property value of R700 000, 1 000 kWh electricity and 30kl water
2. Use as basis property value of R500 000 and R700 000, 500 kWh electricity and 25kl water
3. Use as basis property value of R 300 000, 350kWh electricity and 20kl water (50 kWh electricity and 6 kl water free)




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA15 Investment particulars by type
                                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                                                                      2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                          Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Framework
                     Investment type
                                                            Ref      Audited           Audited           Audited            Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
                                                                     Outcome           Outcome           Outcome            Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
R thousand
Parent municipality
  Securities - National Government
  Listed Corporate Bonds
  Deposits - Bank                                                        585,042           501,125            694,756           662,182             622,234          622,234         1,778,319       2,208,196      2,711,658
  Deposits - Public Investment Commissioners
  Deposits - Corporation for Public Deposits
  Bankers Acceptance Certificates
  Negotiable Certificates of Deposit - Banks
  Guaranteed Endowment Policies (sinking)
  Repurchase Agreements - Banks
  Municipal Bonds
Municipality sub-total                                       1           585,042           501,125            694,756           662,182             622,234          622,234         1,778,319       2,208,196      2,711,658
Entities
  Securities - National Government
  Listed Corporate Bonds
  Deposits - Bank
  Deposits - Public Investment Commissioners
  Deposits - Corporation for Public Deposits
  Bankers Acceptance Certificates
  Negotiable Certificates of Deposit - Banks
  Guaranteed Endowment Policies (sinking)
  Repurchase Agreements - Banks
Entities sub-total                                                             –                  –                 –                  –                   –                  –             –               –              –

Consolidated total:                                                      585,042           501,125            694,756           662,182             622,234          622,234         1,778,319       2,208,196      2,711,658
References
1. Total investments must reconcile to Budgeted Financial Position ('current' call investment deposits plus 'non-current' investments)
                               check investment balance            -7,354,000.00 -5,454,000.00                     376               -                  -                 -                -               -              -




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA16 Investment particulars by maturity
                                                                                                                  Capital Guarantee   Variable or Fixed   Interest Rate   Commission Paid
               Investments by Maturity                     Ref Period of Investment                                                                                                         Commission Recipient   Expiry date of   Monetary value       Interest to be realised
                                                                                            Type of Investment        (Yes/ No)         interest rate           3.           (Rands)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    investment
         Name of institution & investment ID                1         Yrs/Months                                                                                                                                                               Rand thousand
Parent municipality
   RMB                                                                   Various                Short Trem/Call          No               Variable          3% - 7%              0                  N/A               Various                 444,580                    13,497
   Standard Bank                                                         Various                Short Trem/Call          No               Variable          3% - 7%              0                  N/A               Various                 222,290                     6,748
   Stanlib                                                               Various                Short Trem/Call          No               Variable          3% - 7%              0                  N/A               Various                 222,290                     6,748
   ABSA                                                                  Various                Short Trem/Call          No               Variable          3% - 7%              0                  N/A               Various                 444,580                    13,497
   Nedbank                                                               Various                Short Trem/Call          No               Variable          3% - 7%              0                  N/A               Various                 444,580                    13,497
Municipality sub-total                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1,778,320                    53,987

Entities




Entities sub-total                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   –                       –

TOTAL INVESTMENTS AND INTEREST                              1                                                                                                                                                                               1,778,320                    53,987

References
1. Total investments must reconcile to all items in Table SA15 for the Current Year (30 June)
2. List investments in expiry date order
3. If 'variable' is selected in column F, input interest rate range
                                                       check                                                                                                                                                                                    1,000




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA17 Borrowing
                                                                                                                                                      2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Borrowing - Categorised by type                 Ref    2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                      Framework

                                                      Audited       Audited       Audited       Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                      Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Parent municipality
   Long-Term Loans (annuity/reducing balance)
   Long-Term Loans (non-annuity)                         560,149       526,711       690,787       647,719              647,264          647,264           605,731         560,330        510,657
   Local registered stock                                 18,160        10,000
   Instalment Credit
   Financial Leases                                        1,649         1,696         1,477         1,477                1,477             1,477            1,477           1,477          1,477
   PPP liabilities
   Finance Granted By Cap Equipment Supplier
   Marketable Bonds
   Non-Marketable Bonds
   Bankers Acceptances
   Financial derivatives
   Other Securities
Municipality sub-total                           1       579,958       538,407       692,264       649,196              648,741          648,741           607,208         561,807        512,134


Entities
   Long-Term Loans (annuity/reducing balance)
   Long-Term Loans (non-annuity)
   Local registered stock
   Instalment Credit
   Financial Leases
   PPP liabilities
   Finance Granted By Cap Equipment Supplier
   Marketable Bonds
   Non-Marketable Bonds
   Bankers Acceptances
   Financial derivatives
   Other Securities
Entities sub-total                               1              –             –             –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –


Total Borrowing                                  1       579,958       538,407       692,264       649,196              648,741          648,741           607,208         561,807        512,134


Unspent Borrowing - Categorised by type




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Parent municipality
  Long-Term Loans (annuity/reducing balance)
  Long-Term Loans (non-annuity)
  Local registered stock
  Instalment Credit
  Financial Leases
  PPP liabilities
  Finance Granted By Cap Equipment Supplier
  Marketable Bonds
  Non-Marketable Bonds
  Bankers Acceptances
  Financial derivatives
  Other Securities
Municipality sub-total                                   1               –                –               –              –              –              –     –   –   –

Entities
  Long-Term Loans (annuity/reducing balance)
  Long-Term Loans (non-annuity)
  Local registered stock
  Instalment Credit
  Financial Leases
  PPP liabilities
  Finance Granted By Cap Equipment Supplier
  Marketable Bonds
  Non-Marketable Bonds
  Bankers Acceptances
  Financial derivatives
  Other Securities
Entities sub-total                                       1               –                –               –              –              –              –     –   –   –

Total Unspent Borrowing                                  1               –                –               –              –              –              –     –   –   –

References
1. Total borrowing must reconcile to Budgeted Financial Position (Borrowing - non-current)
                                check borrowing balance           42,389,000.00 30,739,000.00   45,760,541.00   1,477,000.00   1,477,000.00   1,477,000.00   -   -   -




                                                                                                                     Page 114 of 170
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                              439005000    539442200

0   0              0      0   1834701353   1241876995
                               839041298    440387617
                               976543638    782372961
                                19116417     19116417
                              2273706353   1781319195
                               180259232    140396729
                               125005000    100442200
                                40341797     38954529
                                14912435      1000000




        Page 118 of 170
EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA18 Transfers and grant receipts
                                                                                                                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                     Description                         Ref       2008/9      2009/10         2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                            Framework

                                                                  Audited      Audited        Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                  Outcome      Outcome        Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
RECEIPTS:                                                 1, 2
Operating Transfers and Grants

  National Government:                                               323,096      424,797         520,725      602,571          581,967          581,967         677,135         722,612        771,537
    Urban Settlement Development Grant                                    –            –               –            –                –                –           16,328          18,945         15,350
    Neighbourhood Development Partnership                                 –            –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Financial Management Grant                                           358          898           1,191        1,450            1,459            1,459           1,500           1,500          1,500
    Expanded Public Works Programme Incentive Grant                       –            –               –         2,268            2,268            2,268           1,484              –              –
    Department of Water Affairs                                        3,850        4,922           5,524       15,225           20,952           20,952           3,258             125             –
    IMEP                                                                 174           –            2,139           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Equitable Share                                                  312,987      416,706         508,895      583,628          557,288          557,288         651,565         698,242        750,687
    Municipal Infrastructure Grant                                     1,807        1,866           2,212           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Municipal Infrastructure Grant                                     3,279          124              –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Municipal Systems Improvement Grant                                  640          280             765           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Infrastucture Skills Development Grant                                –            –               –            –                –                –            3,000           3,800          4,000

  Provincial Government:                                              93,352      126,167         140,003      347,681          160,207          160,207         110,592         177,881        186,059
    Roads Subsidy - Provincial Roads                                      –            –               –         1,871            1,871            1,871           1,871           1,871          1,871
    Dept of Environmental Affairs and Tourism                             –            –               –           140              140              140              –               –              –
    Local Government & Transitional Affairs                               –            –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Health Subsidy - Primary Health Care                              30,257       36,903          17,762       48,207           48,207           48,207              –               –              –
    Health Subsidy - ATIC                                              1,855        2,269           2,141        2,522            2,522            2,522           2,522           2,522          2,522
    Dept of Local Govt.,Housing &Traditional Affairs - Disaster        2,999        4,560           7,754           97            5,001            5,001              –               –              –
    Library Subsidy                                                    4,000        4,000           5,000        4,329            4,329            4,329           4,329           4,329          4,329
    Dept of Housing and Local Government                                  –            –              633           –             1,477            1,477              77              –              –
    Dept Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC)                     436          153              –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Dept of Land Affairs                                                  –            –            3,328           –                –                –              300             300             –
    DPLG                                                                  67           –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Dept of Science and Technology                                        –            82             158           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Human Settlement Development Grant                                53,738       78,201         103,225      290,516           96,661           96,661         101,493         168,860        177,337

  District Municipality:                                              12,070       13,277          14,605       12,216           12,216            12,216         12,216          12,216         12,216
     Health Subsidy - Environmental Health                            12,070       13,277          14,605       12,216           12,216            12,216         12,216          12,216         12,216


  Other grant providers:                                              15,897        9,743           3,739        4,102            9,300             9,300          2,370           2,541          2,730
    SETA - Skills Development                                             –            –               –         3,235            3,235             3,235          2,370           2,541          2,730
    SETA - Councillor Training                                         2,507        5,045           1,064           –             1,156             1,156             –               –              –
    Donor Funding - Leiden & Galve                                       874        1,639           1,062           –             2,538             2,538             –               –              –




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                                                                                                                                                                 2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                     Description                        Ref    2008/9         2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                 Framework

                                                              Audited         Audited         Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                              Outcome         Outcome         Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
     Salaida                                                         840              –                12            –                  738                738             –               –              –
     Trust Funds                                                      43              72               –             –                  255                255             –               –              –
     Trust Funds                                                      –               –                –             –                    –                  –             –               –              –
     BCMET Funding                                                    56               2              138            –                  604                604             –               –              –
     Donor Funding - European Commission                           8,859           2,498            1,168           867                 773                773             –               –              –
     DBSA                                                            904              20               13            –                    –                  –             –               –              –
     LOTTO                                                         1,681             468               –             –                    –                  –             –               –              –
     Public Donations                                                 85              –               283            –                    –                  –             –               –              –
     SIDA                                                             48              –                –             –                    –                  –             –               –              –
Total Operating Transfers and Grants                     5       444,415         573,984          679,072       966,570              763,689          763,689         802,313         915,250        972,541

Capital Transfers and Grants

  National Government:                                           159,683         177,632          207,400       614,234              526,383          526,383         601,848         703,122        726,019
    Urban Settlement Development Grant                                –               –                –        409,234              363,882          363,882         483,146         594,360        697,191
    IMEP                                                          34,157          13,000           16,906        21,000               21,000           21,000              –               –              –
    Municipal Infrastructure (MIG)                               106,682         148,681          184,649            –                37,501           37,501              –               –              –
    Electricity Demand Side Management                                –            4,184            3,998         4,000                4,000            4,000          10,000              –              –
    Public Transport Infrastruture Grant                           3,215             772            1,272       180,000              100,000          100,000          78,702          78,762             –
    #REF!                                                             –            5,764               –             –                    –                –               –               –           8,828
    Integrated National Electrification Programme                     –               –                –             –                    –                –           30,000          30,000         20,000
    Department of Water Affairs                                      175             286               24            –                    –                –               –               –              –
    Equitable Share                                                   –              651              216            –                    –                –               –               –              –
    Finance Management Grant                                          –               74               –             –                    –                –               –               –              –
    Restructuring Grant                                               –               –               333            –                    –                –               –               –              –
    European Commission                                           15,453           4,220               –             –                    –                –               –               –              –
                                                                      –               –                –             –                    –                –               –               –              –

  Provincial Government:                                           2,644          55,193           17,508        39,474               41,132           41,132          62,389          94,562         79,559
    Disaster Relief Fund                                                37         2,836             153            129                  163              163              –               –              –
     Human Settlement Development Grant                                 –               –                –       39,345               22,636           22,636          62,389          94,562         79,559
     Dept. Local Government and Housing                                 –         25,845            6,411               –                644              644              –               –              –
     Dept Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC)                   –         26,512           10,943               –             11,080           11,080              –               –              –

     Dept of Local Govt.,Housing &Traditional Affairs                   –               –                –              –                 11               11              –               –              –
     Dept of Land Affairs                                               824             –                –              –              4,385            4,385              –               –              –
     Provincial Treasury                                                –               –                –              –                375              375              –               –              –
     Dept of Environmental Affairs and Tourism                     1,783                –                –              –              1,005            1,005              –               –              –
     Dept of Science and Technology                                     –               –                –              –                334              334              –               –              –




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                                                                                                                                                                                 2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                         Ref        2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                         Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Framework

                                                                     Audited           Audited           Audited           Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                     Outcome           Outcome           Outcome           Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
      Office of the Premier                                                    –                  –                 –                 –                500               500               –               –              –
                                                                               –                  –                 –                 –                   –                  –             –               –              –

   District Municipality:                                                      –                  –                 –                 –                   –                  –             –               –              –
      Amatola District Municipality                                            –                  –                 –                 –                   –                  –             –               –              –


   Other grant providers:                                                      –              3,936                 –               711                234               234               –               –              –
     BCMET Funding                                                             –              1,819                 –               711                234               234               –               –              –
     Public Funding                                                            –                 –                  –                –                  –                 –                –               –              –
     SIDA                                                                      –                 –                  –                –                  –                 –                –               –              –
     ECDC                                                                      –                 –                  –                –                  –                 –                –               –              –
     European Commission                                                       –                 –                  –                –                  –                 –                –               –              –
     Lieden                                                                    –              2,117                 –                –                  –                 –                –               –              –
Total Capital Transfers and Grants                           5           162,327           236,761           224,907           654,418             567,750          567,750           664,237         797,684        805,578
TOTAL RECEIPTS OF TRANSFERS & GRANTS                                     606,742           810,746           903,979         1,620,988           1,331,439         1,331,439        1,466,550       1,712,934      1,778,119
References
1. Each transfer/grant is listed by name as gazetted together with the name of the transferring department or municipality, donor or other organisation
2. Amounts actually RECEIVED; not revenue recognised (objective is to confirm grants transferred)
3. Replacement of RSC levies
4. Housing subsidies for housing where ownership transferred to organisations or persons outside the control of the municipality
5. Total transfers and grants must reconcile to Budgeted Cash Flows
6. Motor vehicle licensing refunds to be included under 'agency' services (Not Grant Receipts)




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA19 Expenditure on transfers and grant programme
                                                                                                                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                     Description                         Ref       2008/9      2009/10         2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                            Framework

                                                                  Audited      Audited        Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                  Outcome      Outcome        Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
EXPENDITURE:                                               1
Operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants

  National Government:                                               323,096      424,797         520,725      602,571          581,967          581,967         677,135         722,612        771,537
    Urban Settlement Development Grant                                    –            –               –            –                –                –           16,328          18,945         15,350
    Neighbourhood Development Partnership                                 –            –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Financial Management Grant                                           358          898           1,191        1,450            1,459            1,459           1,500           1,500          1,500
    Expanded Public Works Programme Incentive Grant                       –            –               –         2,268            2,268            2,268           1,484              –              –
    Department of Water Affairs                                        3,850        4,922           5,524       15,225           20,952           20,952           3,258             125             –
    IMEP                                                                 174           –            2,139           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Equitable Share                                                  312,987      416,706         508,895      583,628          557,288          557,288         651,565         698,242        750,687
    Municipal Infrastructure Grant                                     1,807        1,866           2,212           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Municipal Infrastructure Grant                                     3,279          124              –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Municipal Systems Improvement Grant                                  640          280             765           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Infrastucture Skills Development Grant                                –            –               –            –                –                –            3,000           3,800          4,000

  Provincial Government:                                              93,352      126,167         140,003      347,681          160,207          160,207         110,592         177,881        186,059
    Roads Subsidy - Provincial Roads                                      –            –               –         1,871            1,871            1,871           1,871           1,871          1,871
    Dept of Environmental Affairs and Tourism                             –            –               –           140              140              140              –               –              –
    Local Government & Transitional Affairs                               –            –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Health Subsidy - Primary Health Care                              30,257       36,903          17,762       48,207           48,207           48,207              –               –              –
    Health Subsidy - ATIC                                              1,855        2,269           2,141        2,522            2,522            2,522           2,522           2,522          2,522
    Dept of Local Govt.,Housing &Traditional Affairs - Disaster        2,999        4,560           7,754           97            5,001            5,001              –               –              –
    Library Subsidy                                                    4,000        4,000           5,000        4,329            4,329            4,329           4,329           4,329          4,329
    Dept of Housing and Local Government                                  –            –              633           –             1,477            1,477              77              –              –
    Dept Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC)                     436          153              –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Dept of Land Affairs                                                  –            –            3,328           –                –                –              300             300             –
    DPLG                                                                  67           –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
    Dept of Science and Technology                                        –            82             158           –                –                –               –               –              –
    Human Settlement Development Grant                                53,738       78,201         103,225      290,516           96,661           96,661         101,493         168,860        177,337

  District Municipality:                                              12,070       13,277          14,605       12,216           12,216            12,216         12,216          12,216         12,216
     Health Subsidy - Environmental Health                            12,070       13,277          14,605       12,216           12,216            12,216         12,216          12,216         12,216


  Other grant providers:                                              15,897        9,743           3,739        4,102            9,300             9,300          2,370           2,541          2,730
    SETA - Skills Development                                             –            –               –         3,235            3,235             3,235          2,370           2,541          2,730
    SETA - Councillor Training                                         2,507        5,045           1,064           –             1,156             1,156             –               –              –
    Donor Funding - Leiden & Galve                                       874        1,639           1,062           –             2,538             2,538             –               –              –




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     Salaida                                                840        –              12          –        738       738        –         –         –
     Trust Funds                                             43        72             –           –        255       255        –         –         –
     Trust Funds                                             –         –              –           –         –         –         –         –         –
     BCMET Funding                                           56         2            138          –        604       604        –         –         –
     Donor Funding - European Commission                  8,859     2,498          1,168         867       773       773        –         –         –
     DBSA                                                   904        20             13          –         –         –         –         –         –
     LOTTO                                                1,681       468             –           –         –         –         –         –         –
     Public Donations                                        85        –             283          –         –         –         –         –         –
     SIDA                                                    48        –              –           –         –         –         –         –         –
Total operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants:    444,415   573,984        679,072      966,570   763,689   763,689   802,313   915,250   972,541

Capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants

  National Government:                                  159,683   177,632        207,400      614,234   526,383   526,383   601,848   703,122   726,019
    Urban Settlement Development Grant                       –         –              –       409,234   363,882   363,882   483,146   594,360   697,191
    IMEP                                                 34,157    13,000         16,906       21,000    21,000    21,000        –         –         –
    Municipal Infrastructure (MIG)                      106,682   148,681        184,649           –     37,501    37,501        –         –         –
    Electricity Demand Side Management                       –      4,184          3,998        4,000     4,000     4,000    10,000        –         –
    Public Transport Infrastruture Grant                  3,215       772          1,272      180,000   100,000   100,000    78,702    78,762        –
    Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant              –         –              –            –         –         –         –         –      8,828
    Integrated National Electrification Programme            –         –              –            –         –         –     30,000    30,000    20,000
    Department of Water Affairs                             175       286             24           –         –         –         –         –         –
    Equitable Share                                          –      6,415            216           –         –         –         –         –         –
    Finance Management Grant                                 –         74             –            –         –         –         –         –         –
    Restructuring Grant                                      –         –             333           –         –         –         –         –         –
    European Commission                                  15,453     4,220             –            –         –         –         –         –         –
                                                             –         –              –            –         –         –         –         –         –

  Provincial Government:                                  2,644    55,193         17,508       39,474    41,132    41,132    62,389    94,562    79,559
     Disaster Relief Fund                                   37      2,836           153          129       163       163        –         –         –
     Human Settlement Development Grant                     –         –              –         39,345    22,636    22,636    62,389    94,562    79,559
     Dept. Local Government and Housing                     –      25,845          6,411          –        644       644        –         –         –
     Dept Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC)       –      26,512         10,943          –      11,080    11,080       –         –         –
     Dept of Local Govt.,Housing &Traditional Affairs       –         –              –            –         11        11        –         –         –
     Dept of Land Affairs                                  824        –              –            –       4,385     4,385       –         –         –
     Provincial Treasury                                    –         –              –            –        375       375        –         –         –
     Dept of Environmental Affairs and Tourism            1,783       –              –            –       1,005     1,005       –         –         –
     Dept of Science and Technology                         –         –              –            –        334       334        –         –         –
     Office of the Premier                                  –         –              –            –        500       500        –         –         –
                                                            –         –              –            –         –         –         –         –         –

  District Municipality:                                    –         –              –            –         –         –         –         –         –
     Amatola District Municipality                          –         –              –            –         –         –         –         –         –




                                                                            Page 123 of 170
                                                                             –                 –              –            –           –           –           –           –           –

   Other grant providers:                                                    –              1,819             –           711         234         234          –           –           –
     BCMET Funding                                                           –              1,819             –           711         234         234          –           –           –
     Public Funding                                                          –                 –              –            –           –           –           –           –           –
     SIDA                                                                    –                 –              –            –           –           –           –           –           –
     ECDC                                                                    –                 –              –            –           –           –           –           –           –
     European Commission                                                     –                 –              –            –           –           –           –           –           –
     Lieden                                                                  –                 –              –            –           –           –           –           –           –
Total capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants                       162,326          234,644          224,907      654,418    567,750     567,750     664,237     797,684     805,578

TOTAL EXPENDITURE OF TRANSFERS AND GRANTS                                 606,741          808,629        903,979   1,620,988    1,331,439   1,331,439   1,466,550   1,712,934   1,778,119
References
1. Expenditure must be separately listed for each transfer or grant received or recognised




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA20 Reconciliation of transfers, grant receipts and unspent funds
                                                                                                                                                                 2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                          Description                           Ref      2008/9      2009/10       2010/11                  Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                 Framework

                                                                        Audited      Audited      Audited        Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                        Outcome      Outcome      Outcome        Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Operating transfers and grants:                                 1,3 `
  National Government:
      Balance unspent at beginning of the year                              20,438       30,973         3,925       131,157          131,157          131,157
      Current year receipts                                                323,096      424,797       520,725       602,571          581,967          581,967         677,135         722,612        771,537
      Conditions met - transferred to revenue                              312,561      451,845       393,493       733,728          713,124          713,124         677,135         722,612        771,537
      Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities               30,973        3,925       131,157            –                –                –               –               –              –
  Provincial Government:
      Balance unspent at beginning of the year                              41,579       67,994        33,519        31,945           31,945           31,945              –               –              –
      Current year receipts                                                 93,352      126,167       140,003       347,681          160,207          160,207         110,592         177,881        186,059
      Conditions met - transferred to revenue                               66,937      160,642       141,576       379,626          192,153          192,153         110,592         177,881        186,059
      Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities               67,994       33,519        31,945            –                –                –               –               –              –
  District Municipality:
      Balance unspent at beginning of the year                                  –            –             –             –                –                 –              –               –              –
      Current year receipts                                                 12,070       13,277        14,605        12,216           12,216            12,216         12,216          12,216         12,216
      Conditions met - transferred to revenue                               12,070       13,277        14,605        12,216           12,216            12,216         12,216          12,216         12,216
      Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities                   –            –             –             –                –                 –              –               –              –
  Other grant providers:
      Balance unspent at beginning of the year                               3,647           –          5,518        15,436           15,436           15,436              –               –              –
      Current year receipts                                                 15,897        9,743         3,739         4,102            9,300            9,300           2,370           2,541          2,730
      Conditions met - transferred to revenue                               19,544        4,225        (6,179)       19,538           24,736           24,736           2,370           2,541          2,730
      Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities                   –         5,518        15,436            –                –                –               –               –              –
Total operating transfers and grants revenue                               411,112      629,989       543,495     1,145,109          942,228          942,228         802,313         915,250        972,541
Total operating transfers and grants - CTBM                      2          98,967       42,962       178,539            –                –                –               –               –              –
Capital transfers and grants:                                   1,3
  National Government:
     Balance unspent at beginning of the year                               65,031      167,455       205,182        48,186           48,186           48,186              –               –              –
     Current year receipts                                                 159,683      177,632       207,400       614,234          526,383          526,383         601,848         703,122        726,019
     Conditions met - transferred to revenue                                57,259      139,906       364,395       662,420          574,569          574,569         601,848         703,122        726,019
     Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities               167,455      205,181        48,186            –                –                –               –               –              –
  Provincial Government:
     Balance unspent at beginning of the year                                7,139        7,704         8,686       117,294          117,294          117,294              –               –              –
     Current year receipts                                                   2,644       55,193        17,508        39,474           41,132           41,132          62,389          94,562         79,559
     Conditions met - transferred to revenue                                 2,079       54,211       (91,100)      156,767          158,426          158,426          62,389          94,562         79,559
     Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities                 7,704        8,686       117,294            –                –                –               –               –              –
  District Municipality:
     Balance unspent at beginning of the year                                1,965        1,979         1,979         1,979            1,979             1,979             –               –              –
     Current year receipts                                                      –            –             –             –                –                 –              –               –              –




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                                                                                                                                                                             2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                          Description                            Ref    2008/9          2009/10          2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                             Framework

                                                                       Audited         Audited           Audited           Original          Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year       Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                       Outcome         Outcome           Outcome           Budget             Budget           Forecast        2012/13            2013/14        2014/15
     Conditions met - transferred to revenue                                   (15)              –            1,979              1,979             1,979             1,979             –                  –              –
     Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities                1,979             1,979              –                  –                 –                  –             –                  –              –
   Other grant providers:
     Balance unspent at beginning of the year                               11,626            5,517            9,294               144               144              144                –                –              –
     Current year receipts                                                      –             3,936               –                711               234              234                –                –              –
     Conditions met - transferred to revenue                                 6,109              159            9,150               855               378              378                –                –              –
     Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities                 5,517            9,294              144                –                 –                –                 –                –              –
Total capital transfers and grants revenue                                  65,432         194,276           284,424          822,021            735,353          735,353          664,237           797,684        805,578
Total capital transfers and grants - CTBM                         2       182,655          225,140           165,624                –                 –                –                 –                –              –
TOTAL TRANSFERS AND GRANTS REVENUE                                             476,545      824,265           827,919           1,967,130         1,677,581        1,677,581        1,466,550       1,712,934     1,778,119
TOTAL TRANSFERS AND GRANTS - CTBM                                              281,622      268,102           344,162                   –                –                –                 –              –             –
References
1. Total capital transfers and grants revenue must reconcile to Budgeted Financial Performance and Financial Position; total recurrent grants revenue must reconcile to Budgeted Financial Performance
2. CTBM = conditions to be met
3. National Treasury database will require this reconciliation for each transfer/grant

                                                    Check opex             (33,303)          56,005         (135,577)         178,539            178,539          178,539            (2,000)           (2,000)            0
                                                   Check capex             (96,894)         (42,485)          59,517          167,603            167,603          167,603                –                 –             –




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA21 Transfers and grants made by the municipality
                                                                                                                                                                     2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                         Description                   Ref    2008/9       2009/10       2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                     Framework

                                                             Audited       Audited       Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                             Outcome       Outcome       Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome           2012/13         2013/14        2014/15

Cash Transfers to other municipalities
  Insert description                                    1



Total Cash Transfers To Municipalities:                                –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –

Cash Transfers to Entities/Other External Mechanisms
  Buffalo City Development Agency                       2         1,000         3,213         1,035         4,110          4,110           4,110           1,358            4,538           5,019          5,541
  Buffalo City Tourism                                            3,388         4,860         5,084         6,331          6,331           6,331             823            6,989           7,730          8,534

Total Cash Transfers To Entities/Ems'                             4,388         8,073         6,118        10,441         10,441          10,441           2,181           11,527          12,749         14,075

Cash Transfers to other Organs of State
  Insert description                                    3



Total Cash Transfers To Other Organs Of State:                         –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –

Cash Transfers to Organisations
  Insert description                                    4



Total Cash Transfers To Organisations                                  –             –             –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –

Cash Transfers to Groups of Individuals
  Arts Centre Subsidy                                   5           115            –             –            136            136             136              –               151             167            184
  Miscellaneous Grants and Subsidies                                700           866           904         1,117          1,117           1,117               7            1,233           1,364          1,506
  Rates Rebates for Pensioners                                    3,768         1,787         2,086         2,178          2,178           2,178              –             2,424           2,703          3,014
  Mayors Social Responsibility                                      452           753           152           412            412             412             269              412             412            412
  Sponsord Sporting Events                                        6,827        11,421        11,611        13,331         13,331          13,331           9,985           14,717          16,277         17,970
Total Cash Transfers To Groups Of Individuals:                   11,862        14,827        14,754        17,175         17,175          17,175          10,261           18,937          20,923         23,086
TOTAL CASH TRANSFERS AND GRANTS                         6        16,250        22,900        20,872        27,616         27,616          27,616          12,442           30,464          33,672         37,160

Non-Cash Transfers to other municipalities
  Insert description                                    1




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                                                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                             Description                              Ref        2008/9            2009/10            2010/11                        Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Framework

                                                                                Audited           Audited             Audited       Original       Adjusted       Full Year       Pre-audit       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                                Outcome           Outcome             Outcome       Budget          Budget        Forecast        outcome           2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Total Non-Cash Transfers To Municipalities:                                                –                 –                  –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –

Non-Cash Transfers to Entities/Other External Mechanisms
  Insert description                                                    2



Total Non-Cash Transfers To Entities/Ems'                                                  –                 –                  –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –

Non-Cash Transfers to other Organs of State
  Insert description                                                    3



Total Non-Cash Transfers To Other Organs Of State:                                         –                 –                  –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –

Non-Cash Grants to Organisations
  Insert description                                                    4


Total Non-Cash Grants To Organisations                                                     –                 –                  –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –

Groups of Individuals
  Insert description                                                    5


Total Non-Cash Grants To Groups Of Individuals:                                            –                 –                  –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
TOTAL NON-CASH TRANSFERS AND GRANTS                                                        –                 –                  –              –              –               –               –             –               –              –
TOTAL TRANSFERS AND GRANTS                                              6            16,250             22,900            20,872        27,616           27,616        27,616          12,442           30,464          33,672         37,160
References
1. Insert description listed by municipal name and demarcation code of recipient
2. Insert description of each entity or external mechanism (an external mechanism may be provided with resources to ensure a minimum level of service)
3. Insert description of each Organ of State (e.g. transfer to electricity provider to compensate for FBS provided)
4. Insert description of each other organisation (e.g. charity)
5 Insert description of each other organisation (e.g. the aged, child-headed households)
6. All descriptions should separate transfers for 'capital purposes' and 'operating purposes'




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA22 Summary councillor and staff benefits
                                                                                                                                                    2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration Ref      2008/9        2009/10         2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                    Framework

                                                        Audited        Audited        Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                        Outcome        Outcome        Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
                                                    1      A              B              C             D                E                F               G               H              I
Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other)
  Basic Salaries and Wages                                  12,000         11,987          14,529       17,233           25,155            25,155         27,041          29,070            31,250
  Pension and UIF Contributions                              1,430          1,498           1,313        2,400            2,665             2,665          2,854           3,057             3,275
  Medical Aid Contributions                                    752            805             875        1,019              856               856            920             989             1,063
  Motor Vehicle Allowance                                    4,370          4,620           5,312        7,033           10,481            10,481         11,267          12,112            13,021
  Cellphone Allowance                                           –              –               –            –                –                 –              –               –                 –
  Housing Allowances                                           756            726           1,249        1,187            2,917             2,917          3,136           3,371             3,624
  Other benefits and allowances                                 50             55              –            –                –                 –              –               –                 –
Sub Total - Councillors                                     19,359         19,691          23,278       28,871           42,074            42,074         45,219          48,599            52,233
  % increase                                        4                       1.7%           18.2%        24.0%            45.7%                 –           7.5%            7.5%              7.5%
Senior Managers of the Municipality                 2
  Basic Salaries and Wages                                     4,659        6,333           4,703        7,316            7,316             7,316          7,778           8,361             8,988
  Pension and UIF Contributions                                  839        1,140             928        1,335            1,335             1,335          1,415           1,520             1,633
  Medical Aid Contributions                                       –            –              103          139              139               139            139             150               161
  Overtime                                                        –            –               –            –                –                 –              –               –                 –
  Performance Bonus                                              142          157              –            –                –                 –              –               –                 –
  Motor Vehicle Allowance                           3             –            –            1,044        1,830            1,830             1,830          1,702           1,830             1,967
  Cellphone Allowance                               3             –            –               –            –                –                 –              –               –                 –
  Housing Allowances                                3             –            –               36           36               36                36             36              36                36
  Other benefits and allowances                     3          2,255        2,931           1,025          707              707               707          1,269           1,364             1,467
  Payments in lieu of leave                                       –            –               –           683              683               683            567             609               655
  Long service awards                                             –            –               –            15               15                15             –               –                 –
  Post-retirement benefit obligations               6             –            –               –            –                –                 –              –               –                 –
Sub Total - Senior Managers of Municipality                    7,894       10,561           7,838       12,059           12,059            12,059         12,906          13,870            14,906
  % increase                                        4                      33.8%          (25.8%)       53.9%                –                 –           7.0%            7.5%              7.5%
Other Municipal Staff
  Basic Salaries and Wages                                 415,984        496,035         533,913      616,210          616,210          616,210         659,471         707,886        760,770
  Pension and UIF Contributions                             69,474         89,778         105,813      117,827          117,827          117,827         123,553         132,469        142,199
  Medical Aid Contributions                                 27,746         33,670          37,563       43,425           43,425           43,425          46,153          49,938         53,683
  Overtime                                                  45,690         50,868          43,662       42,347           42,347           42,347          45,443          48,714         52,367
  Performance Bonus                                             –              –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
  Motor Vehicle Allowance                           3       11,711         13,063          16,478       19,623           19,623           19,623          21,211          22,612         24,308
  Cellphone Allowance                               3           –              –               –            –                –                –               –               –              –
  Housing Allowances                                3        5,798          4,334           3,590        6,146            6,146            6,146           6,253           6,228          6,228
  Other benefits and allowances                     3       72,272         67,978          77,556       99,839           99,839           99,839          99,759         105,924        113,848
  Payments in lieu of leave                                     –              –               –        13,226           13,226           13,226          13,295          14,292         15,364




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                                                                                                                                                     2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration Ref    2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                   Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                     Framework

                                                      Audited       Audited         Audited        Original         Adjusted          Full Year      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                      Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget            Budget           Forecast         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
  Long service awards                                         –             –           10,888          12,607          12,607              12,607         13,133       14,016         15,067
  Post-retirement benefit obligations            6            –             –                –              –                –                  –               –            –              –
Sub Total - Other Municipal Staff                        648,674       755,726         829,463        971,249          971,249            971,249       1,028,269    1,102,078      1,183,834
  % increase                                     4                      16.5%             9.8%          17.1%                –                  –            5.9%         7.2%           7.4%
Total Parent Municipality                                675,927       785,979          860,579     1,012,179         1,025,383         1,025,383       1,086,393      1,164,547      1,250,973
                                                                        16.3%             9.5%         17.6%              1.3%                 –            6.0%           7.2%           7.4%
Board Members of Entities
  Basic Salaries and Wages
  Pension and UIF Contributions
  Medical Aid Contributions
  Overtime
  Performance Bonus
  Motor Vehicle Allowance                        3
  Cellphone Allowance                            3
  Housing Allowances                             3
  Other benefits and allowances                  3
  Board Fees
  Payments in lieu of leave
  Long service awards
  Post-retirement benefit obligations            6
Sub Total - Board Members of Entities                           –             –                –           –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  % increase                                     4                            –                –           –                 –                 –               –             –              –
Senior Managers of Entities
  Basic Salaries and Wages
  Pension and UIF Contributions
  Medical Aid Contributions
  Overtime
  Performance Bonus
  Motor Vehicle Allowance                        3
  Cellphone Allowance                            3
  Housing Allowances                             3
  Other benefits and allowances                  3
  Payments in lieu of leave
  Long service awards
  Post-retirement benefit obligations            6
Sub Total - Senior Managers of Entities                         –             –                –           –                 –                 –               –             –              –
  % increase                                     4                            –                –           –                 –                 –               –             –              –




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                                                                                                                                                         2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration Ref    2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                         Framework

                                                      Audited       Audited         Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                      Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Other Staff of Entities
  Basic Salaries and Wages
  Pension and UIF Contributions
  Medical Aid Contributions
  Overtime
  Performance Bonus
  Motor Vehicle Allowance                        3
  Cellphone Allowance                            3
  Housing Allowances                             3
  Other benefits and allowances                  3
  Payments in lieu of leave
  Long service awards
  Post-retirement benefit obligations            6
Sub Total - Other Staff of Entities                             –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  % increase                                     4                            –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
Total Municipal Entities                                        –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –


TOTAL SALARY, ALLOWANCES & BENEFITS
                                                         675,927       785,979          860,579     1,012,179            1,025,383         1,025,383        1,086,393       1,164,547      1,250,973
   % increase                                    4                      16.3%             9.5%          17.6%                 1.3%                   –          6.0%             7.2%           7.4%
TOTAL MANAGERS AND STAFF                         5       656,568       766,288          837,301       983,308              983,308          983,308         1,041,175       1,115,948      1,198,740




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                                                                                                                                                                                2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration Ref                      2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                       Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                Framework

                                                                       Audited            Audited           Audited             Original          Adjusted          Full Year   Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand
                                                                       Outcome            Outcome           Outcome             Budget             Budget           Forecast      2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
References
1. Include 'Loans and advances' where applicable if any reportable amounts until phased compliance with s164 of MFMA achieved
2. s57 of the Systems Act
3. In kind benefits (e.g. provision of living quarters) must be shown as the cost (full market value) to the municipality, as part of the relevant allowance
4. B/A, C/B, D/C, E/C, F/C, G/D, H/D, I/D
5. Must agree to the sub-total appearing on Table A1 (Employee costs)
6. Includes pension payments and employer contributions to medical aid
Column Definitions:
A, B and C. Audited actual as per the audited financial statements. If audited amounts are unavailable, unaudited amounts must be provided with a note stating these are unaudited
D. The original budget approved by council for the budget year.
E. The budget for the budget year as adjusted by council resolution in terms of section 28 of the MFMA.
F. An estimate of final actual amounts (pre audit) for the current year at the point in time of preparing the budget for the budget year. This may differ from E.
G. The amount to be appropriated for the budget year.
H and I. The indicative projection




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA23 Salaries, allowances & benefits (political office bearers/councillors/senior managers)
                                                                           Salary       Contributions   Allowances     Performance In-kind benefits Total Package
           Disclosure of Salaries, Allowances & Benefits 1.   Ref                                                        Bonuses
                                                                    No.
Rand per annum                                                                              1.                                                           2.

Councillors                                                    3
  Speaker                                                      4      1      522,433          63,640         286,147                                      872,219
  Chief Whip                                                          1      489,781          69,051         258,966                                      817,799
  Executive Mayor                                                     1      653,041          85,377         351,481                                    1,089,899
  Deputy Executive Mayor                                              1      522,433          53,740         296,046                                      872,219
  Executive Committee                                                 9    4,408,027         563,142       2,389,019                                    7,360,187
  Total for all other councillors                                    87   20,445,687       2,939,138      10,821,551                                   34,206,376
Total Councillors                                              8    100   27,041,401       3,774,088      14,403,210                                   45,218,700

Senior Managers of the Municipality                            5
  Municipal Manager (MM)                                              1      966,240         175,470        186,341              –             –        1,328,050
  Chief Finance Officer                                               1      772,997         140,686        186,341              –             –        1,100,024
  Deputy City Manager - Governance                                   –            –               –              –               –             –               –
  Deputy City Manager - Procurement & Infrastructure                 –            –               –              –               –             –               –
  Deputy City Manager - Health, Safety & Social Issues               –            –               –              –               –             –               –
  Deputy City Manager - Corporate & Human Resources                  –            –               –              –               –             –               –
  Special Advisor                                                     1      715,536         156,882        266,673              –             –        1,139,091
  Director of Executive Support Services                              1      772,779         175,590        319,766              –             –        1,268,135
  Chief Operting Officer                                              1      772,779         197,111        298,245              –             –        1,268,135
  Director of Corporate Services                                      1      755,450         154,091        335,446              –             –        1,244,986
  Director of Engineering Services                                    1      755,450         160,368        331,869              –             –        1,247,686
  Director of Development Planning                                    1      755,450         171,982        320,254              –             –        1,247,686
  Director of Public Safety and Health                                1      755,450         137,528        354,709              –             –        1,247,686
  Director Of Community Services                                      1      755,450         151,672        340,564              –             –        1,247,686
List of each offical with packages >= senior manager
   Head: Internal Audit & Performance Management                     –            –               –               –              –             –               –
   Head: Geographical Information & Policy                           –            –               –               –              –             –               –
   Head Office of Intergovernmental & Governance Relations           –            –               –               –              –             –               –
Total Senior Managers of the Municipality                      8     10    7,777,581       1,621,380       2,940,207             –                     12,339,168

A Heading for Each Entity                                     6,7
  List each member of board by designation
  Chief Executive Officer (CEO)                                      –              –             –              –               –             –              –
                                                                     –              –             –              –               –             –              –
Total for municipal entities                                   8     –              –             –              –               –                            –




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                                                                                                 Salary       Contributions   Allowances       Performance In-kind benefits Total Package
           Disclosure of Salaries, Allowances & Benefits 1.                     Ref                                                              Bonuses
                                                                                        No.
Rand per annum                                                                                                    1.                                                             2.

TOTAL COST OF COUNCILLOR, DIRECTOR and EXECUTIVE
                                                                                         110     34,818,982      5,395,468        17,343,417             –                     57,557,868
REMUNERATION

References
1. Pension and medical aid
2. Total package must equal the total cost to the municipality
3. List each political office bearer by designation. Provide a total for all other councillors
4. Political office bearer is defined in MFMA s 1: speaker, executive mayor, deputy executive mayor, member of executive committee,
  mayor, deputy mayor, member of mayoral committee, the councillor designated to exercise powers and duties of mayor (MSA s 57)
5. Also list each senior manager reporting to MM by designation and each official with package >= senior manager by designation
6. List each entity where municipality has an interest and state percentage ownership and control
7. List each senior manager reporting to the CEO of an Entity by designation
8. Must reconcile to relevant section of Table SA24
9. Must reconcile to totals shown for the budget year of Table SA22




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA24 Summary of personnel numbers

                  Summary of Personnel Numbers                    Ref                 2010/11                              Current Year 2011/12                        Budget Year 2012/13

                                                                                     Permanent     Contract                    Permanent       Contract                    Permanent       Contract
Number                                                            1,2   Positions                              Positions                                   Positions
                                                                                     employees    employees                    employees      employees                    employees      employees
Municipal Council and Boards of Municipal Entities
  Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other Councillors)                 89           –            89          100                –           100           100               –            100
  Board Members of municipal entities                              4            –            –            –            –                 –            –             –                –             –
Municipal employees                                                5            –            –            –            –                 –            –             –                –             –
  Municipal Manager and Senior Managers                            3            10           –            10           10                –            10            10               –             10
  Other Managers                                                   7            38           20           18           38                20           18            37               20            17
  Professionals                                                                161          161           –           162               162           –            160              160            –
     Finance                                                                    67           67           –            67                67           –             67               67            –
     Spatial/town planning                                                      10           10           –            10                10           –             10               10            –
     Information Technology                                                      3            3           –             3                 3           –              3                3            –
     Roads                                                                       3            3           –             3                 3           –              3                3            –
     Electricity                                                                 8            8           –             8                 8           –              8                8            –
     Water                                                                       5            5           –             5                 5           –              5                5            –
     Sanitation                                                                  4            4           –             4                 4           –              4                4            –
     Refuse                                                                      1            1           –             1                 1           –              1                1            –
     Other                                                                      60           60           –            61                61           –             59               59            –
  Technicians                                                                  354          354           –           351               351           –            284              284            –
     Finance                                                                     8            8           –             8                 8           –              9                9            –
     Spatial/town planning                                                      15           15           –            15                15           –             15               15            –
     Information Technology                                                     13           13           –            13                13           –             13               13            –
     Roads                                                                       6            6           –             6                 6           –              6                6            –
     Electricity                                                                10           10           –            10                10           –             10               10            –
     Water                                                                      27           27           –            27                27           –             27               27            –
     Sanitation                                                                 16           16           –            16                16           –             16               16            –
     Refuse                                                                      7            7           –             7                 7           –              7                7            –
     Other                                                                     252          252           –           249               249           –            181              181            –
  Clerks (Clerical and administrative)                                       1,122        1,094           28        1,150             1,122           28         1,131            1,103            28
  Service and sales workers                                                    631          630            1          873               872            1           845              844             1
  Skilled agricultural and fishery workers                                     212          212           –           214               214           –            214              214            –
  Craft and related trades                                                     384          384           –           370               370           –            384              384            –
  Plant and Machine Operators                                                  748          748           –           737               737           –            749              749            –
  Elementary Occupations                                                     1,388        1,388           –         1,422             1,422           –          1,419            1,419            –
TOTAL PERSONNEL NUMBERS                                                      5,137        4,991          146        5,427             5,270          157         5,333            5,177           156
  % increase                                                                                                        5.6%              5.6%         7.5%         (1.7%)           (1.8%)        (0.6%)
Total municipal employees headcount                                6         5,048        4,991          57         5,327             5,270          57         5,233            5,177            56
  Finance personnel headcount                                      8           547          535          12           592               580          12           614              602            12
  Human Resources personnel headcount                              8           182          178           4           184               180           4           184              180             4




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                  Summary of Personnel Numbers                          Ref                       2010/11                                  Current Year 2011/12                       Budget Year 2012/13

                                                                                                Permanent         Contract                     Permanent       Contract                   Permanent      Contract
Number                                                                   1,2    Positions                                      Positions                                  Positions
                                                                                                employees        employees                     employees      employees                   employees     employees

References
1. Positions must be funded and aligned to the municipality's current organisational structure
2. Full Time Equivalent (FTE). E.g. One full time person = 1FTE. A person working half time (say 4 hours out of 8) = 0.5FTE.
3. s57 of the Systems Act
4. Include only in Consolidated Statements
5. Include municipal entity employees in Consolidated Statements
6. Include headcount (number fo persons, Not FTE) of managers and staff only (exclude councillors)
7. Managers who provide the direction of a critical technical function
8. Total number of employees working on these functions




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA25 Budgeted monthly revenue and expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
                      Description                    Ref                                                                       Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Framework

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                    July        August       Sept.       October      November      December     January       February      March       April       May         June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Revenue By Source
   Property rates                                              586,088        (832)         206       (2,068)        (310)         (369)        (538)         (621)        (662)      (703)       (786)       (827)         578,577       645,114        719,302
   Property rates - penalties & collection charges                  58          58           58           57           53            57          135           155          166        176         197         207            1,376         1,534          1,710
   Service charges - electricity revenue                       188,569      31,134      114,757       93,375      110,604       105,830       78,998        91,151       97,228    103,305     115,458     121,535        1,251,945     1,390,285      1,543,633
   Service charges - water revenue                              68,912     (22,052)      20,647       26,148       10,140        27,958       16,390        18,911       20,172     21,433      23,954      25,215          257,827       294,826        337,133
   Service charges - sanitation revenue                        204,821         (70)      (3,113)        (308)          53           267           (0)           (0)          (0)        (0)         (0)         (0)         201,650       222,824        246,220
   Service charges - refuse revenue                             16,419      16,563       16,623       16,034       16,615        16,516       12,882        14,864       15,855     16,846      18,828      19,819          197,865       222,598        250,423
   Service charges - other                                       5,293       2,087        1,145        2,371        1,719         1,664        1,377         1,589        1,695      1,801       2,013       2,119           24,873        27,500         30,371
   Rental of facilities and equipment                              704         785          801        1,277          860           940        1,133         1,308        1,395      1,482       1,657       1,744           14,086        15,579         17,199
   Interest earned - external investments                        1,070       5,861        6,374        6,157        6,566         6,359        2,808         3,240        3,456      3,672       4,104       4,320           53,986        55,386         56,828
   Interest earned - outstanding debtors                         2,174       2,142        2,106        1,984        2,207         1,942        1,530         1,766        1,884      2,001       2,237       2,355           24,328        26,907         29,705
   Dividends received                                               –           –            –            –            –             –            –             –            –          –           –           –                –             –              –
   Fines                                                           469         806          464          411          352           546        1,133         1,307        1,395      1,482       1,656       1,743           11,765        13,012         14,366
   Licences and permits                                          1,059       2,020        1,220        1,491        1,728         1,107        1,088         1,255        1,339      1,422       1,590       1,673           16,992        18,793         20,747
   Agency services                                                  –           –            –            –            –             –             0             0            0          0           0          (0)              –             –              –
   Transfers recognised - operational                               –      258,929        1,521        4,485        8,369       210,678       41,643        48,050       51,253     54,456      60,863      64,066          804,313       917,250        972,541
   Other revenue                                                13,734     109,261       12,530       13,784       20,350        92,081       29,321        33,832       36,087     38,342      42,853      45,109          487,284       535,393        573,351
   Gains on disposal of PPE                                         –           –            –            –            –             –            –             –            –          –           –           –                –             –              –
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions) 1,089,369    406,692      175,339      165,198      179,307       465,576      187,900       216,808      231,262    245,716     274,623     289,077        3,926,868     4,386,999      4,813,530

Expenditure By Type
   Employee related costs                                       73,480      75,243       76,937       92,675       82,041        82,638       72,561        83,724       89,306     94,888     106,051     111,632        1,041,175     1,115,948      1,198,740
   Remuneration of councillors                                   2,496       2,279        2,405        3,692        2,267         2,909        3,792         4,376        4,667      4,959       5,542       5,834           45,219        48,599         52,233
   Debt impairment                                                  –           –            –            –            –             –        27,950        32,250       34,400     36,550      40,850      43,000          215,000       225,000        237,000
   Depreciation & asset impairment                                  –           –        82,637       27,546       27,546        27,546       21,486        24,791       26,444     28,096      31,402      33,055          330,547       327,118        281,973
   Finance charges                                                  –           –            –            –            –             –        11,585        13,367       14,258     15,149      16,931      17,822           89,112        84,904         80,298
   Bulk purchases                                              127,948     122,642      127,690       42,258       59,136        81,439       66,042        76,202       81,283     86,363      96,523     101,603        1,069,130     1,232,790      1,419,591
   Other materials                                                  –           –            –            –            –             –             0             0            0          0           0          (0)              –             –              –
   Contracted services                                               1         345          764          575          310           201          908         1,048        1,118      1,188       1,327       1,397            9,182        10,156         11,212
   Transfers and grants                                             –        1,230         (632)       3,307          570         8,525        2,270         2,620        2,794      2,969       3,318       3,493           30,464        33,672         37,160
   Other expenditure                                            26,784      62,987       94,915       60,415       83,872        64,100       93,204       107,543      114,712    121,882     136,221     143,391        1,110,026     1,274,972      1,358,990
   Loss on disposal of PPE                                          –           –            –            –            –             –             0             0            0          0           0          (0)              –             –              –
Total Expenditure                                              230,709     264,726      384,716      230,468      255,741       267,358      299,798       345,921      368,982    392,043     438,166     461,227        3,939,855     4,353,158      4,677,197

Surplus/(Deficit)                                              858,660     141,965     (209,377)     (65,269)      (76,434)     198,218      (111,898)     (129,113)   (137,720)   (146,328)   (163,543)   (172,150)       (12,987)        33,841       136,333
   Transfers recognised - capital                               59,781      56,460       36,533       45,168        47,825       29,891        44,238        46,497      55,331      92,993      73,066      76,454        664,237        797,684       805,578
   Contributions recognised - capital                               –           –            –            –             –            –             –             –           –           –           –           –              –              –             –
   Contributed assets                                               –           –            –            –             –            –             –             –           –           –           –           –              –              –             –
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &
                                                               918,442     198,425     (172,844)     (20,101)      (28,609)     228,109       (67,659)      (82,616)    (82,389)    (53,334)    (90,476)    (95,696)       651,250        831,525       941,911
contributions
   Taxation                                                          –             –           –          –            –             –               –          –              –           –         –            –             –             –                –
   Attributable to minorities                                        –             –           –          –            –             –               –          –              –           –         –            –             –             –                –
   Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                          –             –           –          –            –             –               –          –              –           –         –            –             –             –                –
Surplus/(Deficit)                                     1        918,442     198,425     (172,844)     (20,101)      (28,609)     228,109       (67,659)      (82,616)    (82,389)    (53,334)    (90,476)    (95,696)       651,250        831,525       941,911
References




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                                                                                                                                                                                  Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
                      Description                         Ref                                                     Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                              Framework

                                                                                                                                                                                Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                          July   August   Sept.   October   November   December     January   February   March   April   May   June
                                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
1. Surplus (Deficit) must reconcile with Budgeted Financial Performance
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA26 Budgeted monthly revenue and expenditure (municipal vote)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
                      Description                         Ref                                                                       Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Framework

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                          July       August       Sept.       October      November      December     January       February      March       April       May        June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Revenue by Vote
   Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                     –           –            –            –            –             –            –             –            –          –           –          –                –             –              –
   Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                              –           –            –            –            –             –            –             –            –          –           –          –                –             –              –
   Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                       17          10        8,547        1,978        2,998           898       11,666        13,461       14,359     15,256      17,051     17,948          104,189       169,626        177,677
   Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                   661,298     272,417        7,702        4,733        8,834       236,490       32,072        37,006       39,473     41,940      46,874     49,341        1,438,181     1,563,223      1,687,510
   Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                              0          –            –            –            –             –           308           356          379        403         450        474            2,371         2,541          2,730
   Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                      476,340      80,314      127,356      125,411      125,370       181,456       76,879       105,731      120,091    134,517     163,370    177,796        1,894,633     2,108,068      2,340,924
   Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                        1,059       2,391        2,547        1,678        4,427         1,003        4,167         4,808        5,128      5,449       6,090      6,410           45,156        51,594         56,973
   Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                      5,146      16,753        4,930        6,784        9,863         9,502       11,268        13,002       13,869     14,735      16,469     17,336          139,656       152,836        167,266
   Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                         18,423      52,681       19,441       18,902       18,730        46,419       16,651        19,213       20,494     21,774      24,336     25,617          302,681       339,110        380,449
   Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                 –           –            –            –            –             –       110,662       110,662      110,728    110,728     110,728    110,728          664,237       797,684        805,578
Total Revenue by Vote                                             1,162,285     424,566      170,523      159,486      170,222       475,769      263,673       304,238      324,521    344,803     385,368    405,651        4,591,105     5,184,683      5,619,108

Expenditure by Vote to be appropriated
   Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                  6,263       6,558        7,329        7,639        7,200         7,807       11,250        12,981       13,846     14,712      16,443     17,308          129,337       138,668        143,093
   Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                           1,087      11,877        1,573        2,142        3,191         1,624        2,887         3,331        3,553      3,775       4,219      4,441           43,698        47,596         49,437
   Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                    6,756       4,903        3,704        5,583        4,569         3,206       12,856        14,834       15,823     16,812      18,790     19,779          127,616       194,455        203,943
   Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                    19,257      17,310       18,690       18,260       20,873        19,152       33,205        38,313       40,867     43,421      48,530     51,084          368,961       398,053        421,180
   Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                          6,943       7,280        8,869        9,046       10,021         8,572       10,526        12,145       12,955     13,764      15,384     16,193          131,696       138,362        145,518
   Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                      147,984     158,619      261,286      113,860      140,429       152,335      156,203       180,235      192,250    204,266     228,297    240,313        2,176,078     2,402,232      2,617,233
   Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                        6,526       8,285       27,334       14,924       16,217        17,166       15,421        17,793       18,980     20,166      22,538     23,725          209,075       232,378        239,618
   Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                     13,574      15,729       17,661       19,764       18,243        17,446       18,335        21,156       22,566     23,977      26,797     28,208          243,455       254,018        269,104
   Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                         22,320      34,165       38,271       39,249       34,998        40,049       39,115        45,133       48,142     51,151      57,169     60,178          509,939       547,397        588,069
   Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                 –           –            –            –            –             –            –             –            –          –           –          –                –             –              –
Total Expenditure by Vote                                           230,709     264,726      384,716      230,468      255,741       267,358      299,798       345,921      368,982    392,043     438,166    461,227        3,939,855     4,353,158      4,677,197

Surplus/(Deficit) before assoc.                                     931,576     159,840     (214,193)     (70,982)      (85,519)     208,411       (36,125)      (41,682)    (44,461)    (47,240)   (52,798)    (55,577)       651,250        831,525       941,911
   Taxation                                                                –            –           –         –             –             –               –          –              –           –         –           –             –             –                –
   Attributable to minorities                                              –            –           –         –             –             –               –          –              –           –         –           –             –             –                –
   Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                                –            –           –         –             –             –               –          –              –           –         –           –             –             –                –
Surplus/(Deficit)                                          1        931,576     159,840     (214,193)     (70,982)      (85,519)     208,411       (36,125)      (41,682)    (44,461)    (47,240)   (52,798)    (55,577)       651,250        831,525       941,911
References
1. Surplus (Deficit) must reconcile with Budgeted Financial Performance
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA27 Budgeted monthly revenue and expenditure (standard classification)
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
                     Description         Ref                                                                    Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Framework

                                                                                                                                                                                                       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                       July        August     Sept.       October      November      December     January       February      March       April       May        June
                                                                                                                                                                                                         2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Revenue - Standard
   Governance and administration                  661,441     272,552      7,833        4,866        8,969       236,622       33,467        38,616       41,191     43,765      48,914     51,488        1,449,724     1,576,432      1,696,301
      Executive and council                             0          –           0           –            –             (0)           0             0            0          0           0         (0)              –             –              –
      Budget and treasury office                  661,298     272,417      7,702        4,733        8,834       236,490       32,072        37,006       39,473     41,940      46,874     49,341        1,438,181     1,563,223      1,687,510
      Corporate services                              143         135        131          133          135           132        1,395         1,610        1,718      1,825       2,040      2,147           11,543        13,208          8,791
   Community and public safety                      5,121      13,267     14,146        7,592        9,077        13,682       19,546        22,553       24,056     25,560      28,567     30,070          213,235       288,148        306,611
      Community and social services                   607       1,077      1,031          933          823           858        1,251         1,444        1,540      1,636       1,829      1,925           14,954        16,081         17,303
      Sport and recreation                             57         129         84          247           75           221          446           514          548        583         651        686            4,240         4,690          5,178
      Public safety                                 4,453      12,056      4,338        4,404        4,273        11,052        4,488         5,178        5,523      5,868       6,559      6,904           75,096        82,994         91,694
      Housing                                           4           4      8,693        2,008        3,050           916       11,637        13,427       14,322     15,217      17,008     17,903          104,189       169,626        177,677
      Health                                           (0)          0         –             0          856           635        1,724         1,990        2,122      2,255       2,520      2,653           14,755        14,757         14,759
   Economic and environmental services              3,573      12,298      3,534        6,455        6,770           141        5,916         6,826        7,281      7,736       8,646      9,101           78,276        88,025         96,999
      Planning and development                        765         662        889          999        1,115           639        1,836         2,119        2,260      2,401       2,683      2,825           19,192        22,878         25,271
      Road transport                                2,800      11,622      2,633        5,443        5,639          (508)       4,048         4,671        4,982      5,293       5,916      6,227           58,765        64,796         71,341
      Environmental protection                          9          13         13           14           15            10           32            37           39         42          47         49              318           351            388
   Trading services                               492,151     125,158    143,581      140,573      142,471       225,325      116,763       134,726      143,708    152,690     170,654    179,635        2,167,434     2,414,265      2,691,397
      Electricity                                 192,753      45,192    115,314       93,983      111,975       117,049       82,249        94,903      101,230    107,557     120,210    126,537        1,308,952     1,453,475      1,613,615
      Water                                        66,752       6,915     12,116       27,252       11,220        45,163       19,187        22,139       23,615     25,091      28,042     29,518          317,009       357,372        404,804
      Waste water management                      214,828      21,308     (2,180)       1,617        1,420        17,532          491           567          605        642         718        756          258,304       285,429        315,396
      Waste management                             17,818      51,743     18,331       17,720       17,856        45,581       14,836        17,118       18,259     19,400      21,683     22,824          283,169       317,988        357,581
   Other                                               –        1,292      1,428           –         2,936            –        87,981       101,517      108,285    115,053     128,588    135,356          682,436       817,812        827,800
Total Revenue - Standard                        1,162,285     424,566    170,523      159,486      170,222       475,769      263,673       304,238      324,521    344,803     385,368    405,651        4,591,105     5,184,683      5,619,108
                                                              471,497    287,756      255,401      284,136       594,316      349,009       402,703      429,550    456,397     510,091
Expenditure - Standard
   Governance and administration                   38,112      48,951     42,601       46,810       47,206        50,751       63,966        73,807       78,727     83,648      93,489     98,409          766,477       824,021        861,600
      Executive and council                         4,276      14,930      5,813        6,946        7,326         6,145        8,087         9,331        9,953     10,575      11,820     12,442          107,645       117,129        120,046
      Budget and treasury office                   19,257      17,310     18,690       18,260       20,873        19,152       33,205        38,313       40,867     43,421      48,530     51,084          368,961       398,053        421,180
      Corporate services                           14,580      16,711     18,098       21,604       19,007        25,454       22,674        26,163       27,907     29,651      33,139     34,884          289,871       308,839        320,374
   Community and public safety                     25,716      29,029     29,221       34,579       31,526        28,892       37,869        43,695       46,608     49,521      55,347     58,260          470,264       554,597        586,772
      Community and social services                 4,566       6,710      6,272        7,032        6,576         6,331        5,591         6,452        6,882      7,312       8,172      8,602           80,498        85,614         91,055
      Sport and recreation                          3,291       4,135      4,179        4,911        4,838         4,388        3,986         4,599        4,905      5,212       5,825      6,132           56,401        60,565         65,109
      Public safety                                 9,314      11,513     13,205       14,715       13,467        12,952       13,661        15,762       16,813     17,864      19,966     21,017          180,248       192,313        204,163
      Housing                                       6,352       4,348      3,064        5,075        4,074         2,761       12,090        13,950       14,880     15,810      17,670     18,600          118,673       185,088        194,123
      Health                                        2,194       2,323      2,501        2,845        2,571         2,460        2,542         2,933        3,128      3,324       3,715      3,910           34,445        31,017         32,323
   Economic and environmental services             13,735      15,746     75,043       35,525       39,963        40,381       39,226        45,261       48,278     51,296      57,330     60,348          522,131       558,055        550,946
      Planning and development                      4,751       5,092     23,530       11,369       12,966        13,901       13,567        15,654       16,698     17,742      19,829     20,873          175,972       195,907        199,580
      Road transport                                3,936       5,268     43,685       18,157       20,567        20,309       20,245        23,359       24,916     26,474      29,588     31,146          267,649       278,190        261,596
      Environmental protection                      5,048       5,387      7,827        5,999        6,430         6,170        5,414         6,247        6,664      7,080       7,913      8,329           78,509        83,958         89,769
   Trading services                               152,272     169,940    236,728      112,298      135,910       146,061      157,761       182,032      194,168    206,303     230,574    242,710        2,166,759     2,401,045      2,661,392
      Electricity                                 117,056     115,716    153,295       39,543       84,616        89,538       87,889       101,410      108,171    114,932     128,453    135,214        1,275,832     1,447,866      1,643,942
      Water                                        20,797      24,919     32,920       39,344       17,234        25,588       25,565        29,498       31,464     33,431      37,364     39,330          357,456       381,892        408,265
      Waste water management                        6,279      12,262     30,758       16,646       18,291        16,832       20,696        23,880       25,472     27,064      30,248     31,840          260,267       277,316        292,292
      Waste management                              8,140      17,043     19,755       16,765       15,770        14,103       23,612        27,244       29,060     30,877      34,509     36,326          273,204       293,971        316,893
   Other                                              874       1,060      1,123        1,255        1,135         1,273          976         1,126        1,201      1,276       1,426      1,501           14,224        15,440         16,486
Total Expenditure - Standard                      230,709     264,726    384,716      230,468      255,741       267,358      299,798       345,921      368,982    392,043     438,166    461,227        3,939,855     4,353,158      4,677,197

Surplus/(Deficit) before assoc.                   931,576     159,840   (214,193)     (70,982)      (85,519)     208,411       (36,125)      (41,682)    (44,461)    (47,240)   (52,798)    (55,577)       651,250        831,525       941,911




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                      Description                         Ref                                                                       Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Framework

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                          July       August       Sept.       October      November      December     January       February      March       April       May        June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
   Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                                –            –           –         –             –             –               –          –              –           –         –           –             –             –                –
Surplus/(Deficit)                                          1         931,576    159,840     (214,193)     (70,982)      (85,519)     208,411       (36,125)      (41,682)    (44,461)    (47,240)   (52,798)    (55,577)       651,250        831,525       941,911
References
1. Surplus (Deficit) must reconcile with Budeted Financial Performance
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA28 Budgeted monthly capital expenditure (municipal vote)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
                      Description                            Ref                                                                           Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                         July         August           Sept.          October       Nov.         Dec.         January      Feb.         March       April         May         June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Multi-year expenditure to be appropriated                     1
   Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                      375          375               375            375          375          375        375            375       375             375         375          375         4,500          2,000              –
   Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                               –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                     9,276         9,276           9,276            9,276     9,276         9,276         9,276      9,276         9,276       9,276        9,276       9,276          111,308        157,767       159,304
   Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                         –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                           1,500         1,500           1,500            1,500     1,500         1,500         1,500      1,500         1,500       1,500        1,500       1,500           18,000         19,250        21,750
   Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                       31,534        31,534           31,534           31,534    31,534        31,534        31,534     31,534        31,534      31,534       31,534      31,534          378,408        473,614       510,773
   Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                       15,013        15,013           15,013           15,013    15,013        15,013        15,013     15,013        15,013      15,013       15,013      15,013          180,157        182,262        87,500
   Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                          844          844               844            844          844          844        844            844       844             844         844          844        10,128          8,473        13,470
   Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                           2,647         2,647           2,647            2,647     2,647         2,647         2,647      2,647         2,647       2,647        2,647       2,647           31,764         65,041       115,000
   Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                  –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total                      2      61,189        61,189           61,189           61,189    61,189        61,189        61,189     61,189        61,189      61,189       61,189      61,189          734,265        908,407       907,798
Single-year expenditure to be appropriated
   Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                      –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                               –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                        –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                         –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                              –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                            –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                            –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                          –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                              –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                                  –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
Capital single-year expenditure sub-total                     2           –              –               –              –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
Total Capital Expenditure                                     2      61,189        61,189           61,189           61,189    61,189        61,189        61,189     61,189        61,189      61,189       61,189      61,189          734,265        908,407       907,798



References
1. Table should be completed as either Multi-Year expenditure appropriation or Budget Year and Forward Year estimates
2. Total Capital Expenditure must reconcile to Budgeted Capital Expenditure
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA29 Budgeted monthly capital expenditure (standard classification)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
                        Description                      Ref                                                                               Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                         July         August          Sept.         October         Nov.         Dec.         January      Feb.         March       April         May         June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Capital Expenditure - Standard                             1
   Governance and administration                                       1,875         1,875          1,875          1,875        1,875         1,875         1,875      1,875         1,875       1,875        1,875       1,875           22,500         21,250        21,750
       Executive and council                                              375          375              375             375          375          375        375            375       375             375         375          375         4,500          2,000              –
       Budget and treasury office                                         –              –              –               –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
       Corporate services                                              1,500         1,500          1,500          1,500        1,500         1,500         1,500      1,500         1,500       1,500        1,500       1,500           18,000         19,250        21,750
   Community and public safety                                       10,945        10,945          10,945         10,945       10,945        10,945        10,945     10,945        10,945      10,945       10,945      10,945          131,336        195,740       253,774
       Community and social services                                   1,250         1,250          1,250          1,250        1,250         1,250         1,250      1,250         1,250       1,250        1,250       1,250           15,000         33,000        85,000
       Sport and recreation                                               –              –              –               –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
       Public safety                                                      844          844              844             844          844          844        844            844       844             844         844          844        10,128          8,473        13,470
       Housing                                                         8,851         8,851          8,851          8,851        8,851         8,851         8,851      8,851         8,851       8,851        8,851       8,851          106,208        154,267       155,304
       Health                                                             –              –              –               –            –            –              –          –             –           –           –            –              –             –                –
   Economic and environmental services                               25,430        25,430          25,430         25,430       25,430        25,430        25,430     25,430        25,430      25,430       25,430      25,430          305,157        324,787       335,919
       Planning and development                                      15,013        15,013          15,013         15,013       15,013        15,013        15,013     15,013        15,013      15,013       15,013      15,013          180,157        182,262        87,500
       Road transport                                                10,000        10,000          10,000         10,000       10,000        10,000        10,000     10,000        10,000      10,000       10,000      10,000          120,000        130,484       228,419
       Environmental protection                                           417          417              417             417          417          417        417            417       417             417         417          417         5,000         12,041        20,000
   Trading services                                                  22,514        22,514          22,514         22,514       22,514        22,514        22,514     22,514        22,514      22,514       22,514      22,514          270,172        363,130       292,354
       Electricity                                                     4,167         4,167          4,167          4,167        4,167         4,167         4,167      4,167         4,167       4,167        4,167       4,167           50,000        100,000        90,000
       Water                                                           2,567         2,567          2,567          2,567        2,567         2,567         2,567      2,567         2,567       2,567        2,567       2,567           30,800         42,276        38,500
       Waste water management                                        14,801        14,801          14,801         14,801       14,801        14,801        14,801     14,801        14,801      14,801       14,801      14,801          177,608        200,854       153,854
       Waste management                                                   980          980              980             980          980          980        980            980       980             980         980          980        11,764         20,000        10,000
   Other                                                                  425          425              425             425          425          425        425            425       425             425         425          425         5,100          3,500         4,000
Total Capital Expenditure - Standard                      2          61,189        61,189          61,189         61,189       61,189        61,189        61,189     61,189        61,189      61,189       61,189      61,189          734,265        908,407       907,798
References
1. Table should be completed as either Multi-Year expenditure appropriation or Budget Year and Forward Year estimates
2. Total Capital Expenditure must reconcile to Budgeted Capital Expenditure
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA30 Budgeted monthly cash flow
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
MONTHLY CASH FLOWS                                                                                                                 Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Framework

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                    July         August        Sept.         October      November      December     January         February       March         April          May          June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Cash Receipts By Source
   Property rates                                             527,479          (749)             186      (1,861)        (279)         (332)        (484)           (558)         (596)         (633)         (707)        (745)          520,720        580,602       647,372       520,720
   Property rates - penalties & collection charges                   52             52           52          51            47            51          121             140          149               159          177           186           1,238         1,380         1,539    1238066.721
   Service charges - electricity revenue                      169,712        28,020       103,282         84,038       99,544        95,247       71,098          82,036        87,505        92,974       103,912      109,382          1,126,751     1,251,256      1,389,270   1126750727
   Service charges - water revenue                             62,021        (19,847)      18,582         23,534        9,126        25,162       14,751          17,020        18,155        19,289        21,559       22,693           232,045        265,343       303,420    232044731.6
   Service charges - sanitation revenue                       184,339            (63)      (2,802)          (278)          48           240              (0)          (0)             (0)            (0)          (0)           (0)       181,485        200,541       221,598    181485241.3
   Service charges - refuse revenue                            14,777        14,907        14,961         14,430       14,954        14,864       11,594          13,378        14,270        15,162        16,945       17,837           178,078        200,338       225,380    178078367.2
   Service charges - other                                      4,763         1,878         1,031          2,134        1,547         1,498        1,240           1,430         1,526         1,621         1,812        1,907            22,386         24,750        27,334    22386101.26
   Rental of facilities and equipment                                634        706              721       1,149          774           846        1,020           1,177         1,256         1,334         1,491        1,569            12,677         14,021        15,479    12677355.25
   Interest earned - external investments                       1,070         5,861         6,374          6,157        6,566         6,359        2,808           3,240         3,456         3,672         4,104        4,320            53,986         55,386        56,828      53986481
   Interest earned - outstanding debtors                        2,174         2,142         2,106          1,984        2,207         1,942        1,530           1,766         1,884         2,001         2,237        2,355            24,328         26,907        29,705    24327807.02
   Dividends received                                                –              –            –           –             –             –               –            –               –             –            –             –               –             –                –             0
   Fines                                                             422        725              418        370           317           492        1,020           1,177         1,255         1,334         1,490        1,569            10,589         11,711        12,929    10588624.58
   Licences and permits                                              953      1,818         1,098          1,342        1,556           996          979           1,130         1,205         1,280         1,431        1,506            15,293         16,914        18,673    15292617.52
   Agency services                                                   –              –            –           –             –             –               0                0           0              0            0             0               0             0               0           0.9
   Transfer receipts - operational                                   –      258,929         1,521          4,485        8,369       210,678       41,643          48,050        51,253        54,456        60,863       64,066           804,313        917,250       972,541    804313112.7
   Other revenue                                               12,361        98,335        11,277         12,406       18,315        82,873       26,389          30,448        32,478        34,508        38,568       40,598           438,555        481,853       516,016    438555175.3
Cash Receipts by Source                                       980,757       392,716       158,805        149,941      163,091       440,916      173,708         200,433       213,795      227,157        253,881      267,244          3,622,444     4,048,253      4,438,084     3,622,444
Other Cash Flows by Source
   Transfer receipts - capital                                 59,781        56,460        36,533         45,168       47,825        29,891       44,238          46,497        55,331        92,993        73,066       76,454            664,237       797,684        805,578
   Contributions recognised - capital & Contributed assets         –             –             –              –            –             –            –               –             –             –             –            –                  –             –              –
   Proceeds on disposal of PPE                                                                                                                                                                                               –                  –             –              –
   Short term loans                                                                                                                                                                                                          –                  –             –              –
   Borrowing long term/refinancing                                                                                                                                                                                           –                  –             –              –
   Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits                                                                                                                                                                             248,897            248,897       278,938        311,179
   Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors                                                                                                                                                                                –                  –             –              –
   Decrease (increase) other non-current receivables                                                                                                                                                                         –                  –             –              –
   Decrease (increase) in non-current investments                                                                                                                                                                            –                  –             –              –
Total Cash Receipts by Source                                1,040,538      449,176       195,338        195,109      210,916       470,807      217,947         246,929       269,126      320,150        326,948      592,594          4,535,578     5,124,875      5,554,841

Cash Payments by Type
   Employee related costs                                      69,806        71,481        73,090         88,042       77,939        78,506       68,933          79,538        84,841        90,143       100,748      106,051           989,116      1,060,151      1,138,803      989,116
   Remuneration of councillors                                  2,321         2,119         2,237          3,433        2,109         2,706        3,527           4,069         4,341         4,612         5,154        5,426            42,053         45,197        48,576    42053390.93
   Finance charges                                                   –              –            –           –             –             –        12,214          14,093        15,032        15,972        17,851       13,952            89,112         84,904        80,298    89112464.65
   Bulk purchases - Electricity                               117,735       109,684       116,535         18,618       62,077        69,899       56,187          64,831        69,153        73,475        82,119       86,441           926,754      1,076,888      1,249,190   926753850.3
   Bulk purchases - Water & Sewer                              10,213        12,958        11,155         23,640        (2,941)      11,540        9,855          11,372        12,130        12,888        14,404       15,162           142,376        155,902       170,401        142,376
   Other materials                                                   –              –            –           –             –             –               0                0           0              0            0             0               0            –                –
   Contracted services                                                1         324              718        540           291           189          854             985         1,051         1,116         1,248        1,313              8,631         9,546        10,539     8631279.64
   Transfers and grants - other municipalities                       –              –            –           –             –             –               –            –               –             –            –             –               –             –                –             0
   Transfers and grants - other                                      –        1,230          (632)         3,307          570         8,525        2,270           2,620         2,794         2,969         3,318        3,493            30,464         33,672        37,160    30464321.79
   Other expenditure                                           26,813        62,987        94,915         60,415       83,872        64,100       90,193         104,068       111,006      117,944        131,820      161,892          1,110,026     1,274,972      1,358,990   1110025842




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
MONTHLY CASH FLOWS                                                                                                                            Budget Year 2012/13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Framework

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                     July           August           Sept.         October        November       December         January         February         March            April           May            June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Cash Payments by Type                                           226,889         260,784         298,019         197,995         223,916        235,465         244,032         281,575         300,347         319,119         356,662         393,730        3,338,533     3,741,231     4,093,958    3,338,533

Other Cash Flows/Payments by Type
   Capital assets                                                66,084          62,413          40,385          49,930          52,867          33,042          48,902         51,399          61,164         102,797          80,769          84,514          734,265       908,407       907,798
   Repayment of borrowing                                                                        11,189                                           8,995                                         11,747                                           9,601            41,533       45,401        49,674
   Other Cash Flows/Payments                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
Total Cash Payments by Type                                     292,973         323,197         349,592         247,925         276,783        277,502         292,934         332,974         373,259         421,916         437,431         487,845        4,114,331     4,695,039     5,051,430                Check

NET INCREASE/(DECREASE) IN CASH HELD                               747,565         125,979       (154,255)       (52,816)        (65,867)         193,305         (74,988)       (86,045)       (104,133)       (101,766)       (110,484)         104,750         421,247     429,836       503,411
Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year begin:                   1,436,505       2,184,070      2,310,050      2,155,795       2,102,979        2,037,112       2,230,417      2,155,429       2,069,385       1,965,252       1,863,486        1,753,003      1,436,505    1,857,752     2,287,589
Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year end:                     2,184,070       2,310,050      2,155,795      2,102,979       2,037,112        2,230,417       2,155,429      2,069,385       1,965,252       1,863,486       1,753,003        1,857,752      1,857,752    2,287,589     2,791,000
References
1. Note that this section of Table SA 30 is deliberately not linked to Table A4 because timing differences between the invoicing of clients and receiving the cash means that the cashflow will differ from budgeted revenue, and similarly for budgeted expenditure.




                                                                                                                197,995         223,916         235,465         244,032         281,575         300,347         319,119        356,662         393,730         3,338,533     3,741,231     4,093,958
                                                                                                                (52,816)        (65,867)        193,305         (74,988)        (86,045)      (104,133)       (101,766)       (110,484)        104,750           421,247      429,836       503,411




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EC001 Buffalo City - NOT REQUIRED - municipality does not have entities
                                                                                                                                                                      2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                        Description                                2008/9       2009/10           2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                      Framework
                                                            Ref
                                                                  Audited       Audited          Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R million
                                                                  Outcome       Outcome          Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
Financial Performance
  Property rates
  Service charges
  Investment revenue
  Transfers recognised - operational
  Other own revenue
  Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)               –             –                 –              –                   –                  –             –              –              –
  Employee costs
  Remuneration of Board Members
  Depreciation & asset impairment
  Finance charges
  Materials and bulk purchases
  Transfers and grants
  Other expenditure
Total Expenditure                                                           –             –                 –              –                   –                  –             –              –              –
Surplus/(Deficit)                                                           –             –                 –              –                   –                  –             –              –              –

Capital expenditure & funds sources
Capital expenditure
  Transfers recognised - operational
  Public contributions & donations
  Borrowing
  Internally generated funds
Total sources                                                               –             –                 –              –                   –                  –             –              –              –

Financial position
  Total current assets
  Total non current assets
  Total current liabilities
  Total non current liabilities
  Equity

Cash flows
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  Net cash from (used) investing
  Net cash from (used) financing
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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
                                                                 Period of                                                        Monetary value
                External mechanism                                                                         Expiry date of service of agreement 2.
                                                        Yrs/   agreement 1.
                                                                                        Service provided   delivery agreement or
                                                        Mths
                                                                                                                  contract
                Name of organisation                             Number                                                             R thousand




References
1. Total agreement period from commencement until end
2. Annual value




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA33 Contracts having future budgetary implications
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Total
                                                                   Preceding       Current Year      2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure   Forecast   Forecast   Forecast   Forecast   Forecast   Forecast   Forecast
                       Description                        Ref                                                                                                                                                                 Contract
                                                                     Years           2011/12                         Framework                   2015/16    2016/17    2017/18    2018/19    2019/20    2020/21    2021/22
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Value
                                                                                      Original       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                 1,3        Total                                                                      Estimate   Estimate   Estimate   Estimate   Estimate   Estimate   Estimate   Estimate
                                                                                      Budget           2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
Parent Municipality:
Revenue Obligation By Contract                              2
   Contract 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 3 etc                                                                                                                                                                                                                    –
Total Operating Revenue Implication                                           –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –

Expenditure Obligation By Contract                          2
   Contract 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 3 etc                                                                                                                                                                                                                    –
Total Operating Expenditure Implication                                       –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –

Capital Expenditure Obligation By Contract                  2
   Contract 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 3 etc                                                                                                                                                                                                                    –
Total Capital Expenditure Implication                                         –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –

Total Parent Expenditure Implication                                          –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –

Entities:
Revenue Obligation By Contract                              2
   Contract 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 3 etc                                                                                                                                                                                                                    –
Total Operating Revenue Implication                                           –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –
Expenditure Obligation By Contract                          2
   Contract 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 3 etc                                                                                                                                                                                                                    –
Total Operating Expenditure Implication                                       –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –
Capital Expenditure Obligation By Contract                  2
   Contract 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                        –
   Contract 3 etc                                                                                                                                                                                                                    –
Total Capital Expenditure Implication                                         –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –
Total Entity Expenditure Implication                                          –                  –             –             –              –           –          –          –          –          –          –          –          –
References
1. Total implication for all preceding years to be summed and total stated in 'Preceding Years' column




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Total
                                                                   Preceding       Current Year     2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure              Forecast        Forecast        Forecast       Forecast        Forecast        Forecast        Forecast
                      Description                         Ref                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contract
                                                                     Years           2011/12                        Framework                              2015/16         2016/17         2017/18        2018/19         2019/20         2020/21         2021/22
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Value
                                                                                         Original     Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                 1,3       Total                                                                                 Estimate        Estimate        Estimate       Estimate        Estimate        Estimate        Estimate     Estimate
                                                                                          Budget        2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
2. List all contracts with future financial obligations beyond the three years covered by the MTREF (MFMA s33)
3. For municipalities with approved total revenue not exceeding R250 m - all contracts with an annual cost greater than R500 000. For municipalities with approved total revenue greater than R250 m - all contracts with an annual cost greater than R1million. For
municipalities with approved total revenue greater than R500 m - all contracts with an annual cost greater than R5 million




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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA34a Capital expenditure on new assets by asset class
                                                                                                                                                                2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                  Ref       2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                Framework

                                                             Audited       Audited         Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                            1
                                                             Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Capital expenditure on new assets by Asset Class/Sub-class
Infrastructure                                                  305,708       330,633          306,810       629,904              499,796          499,796           614,737         764,867        663,078
  Infrastructure - Road transport                                87,558       132,504          102,767        67,376               67,376            67,376          101,200         135,484        173,419
     Roads, Pavements & Bridges                                  87,558       126,788           91,956        67,376               67,376            67,376          101,200         135,484        173,419
     Storm water                                                       –        5,715           10,811               –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Infrastructure - Electricity                                   92,822        67,813           57,930        23,800               23,800            23,800           50,000         100,000         90,000
     Generation                                                        –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Transmission & Reticulation                                 92,822        60,942           49,857        23,800               23,800            23,800           50,000         100,000         90,000
     Street Lighting                                                   –        6,871            8,072               –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Infrastructure - Water                                         61,720        69,047           65,281        21,000               21,000            21,000           12,000          22,000         22,000
     Dams & Reservoirs                                                 –        4,314            8,870               –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Water purification                                                –             –          33,113               –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Reticulation                                                61,720        64,733           23,298        21,000               21,000            21,000           12,000          22,000         22,000
  Infrastructure - Sanitation                                    63,608        61,269           80,832       199,000              199,000          199,000           174,608         195,854        144,854
     Reticulation                                                63,608        61,269           72,349       199,000              199,000          199,000           174,608         195,854        144,854
     Sewerage purification                                             –             –           8,483               –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Infrastructure - Other                                               –             –                –      318,728              188,620          188,620           276,929         311,529        232,804
     Waste Management                                                  –             –                –       11,068                5,568             5,568           11,764          20,000         10,000
     Transportation                                   2                –             –                –      190,405              108,164          108,164           109,702         103,762         33,000
     Gas                                                               –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Other                                            3                –             –                –      117,255               74,887           74,887           155,463         187,767        189,804
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Community                                                        11,247        50,598           34,939        12,882               19,755            19,755           14,000          38,041         58,000
  Parks & gardens                                                    –             –                –          1,016                1,016             1,016            2,000           3,000          5,000
  Sportsfields & stadia                                              –         31,654           16,820           138                   13                13               –               –              –
  Swimming pools                                                     –             62               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Community halls                                                    –         14,927           15,274         2,000                2,000             2,000            4,000          20,000         30,000
  Libraries                                                          –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Recreational facilities                                         3,425         2,269               –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Fire, safety & emergency                                           –          1,372              836            –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Security and policing                                              –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Buses                                               7              –             –                –             –                 5,998             5,998               –               –              –
  Clinics                                                            –            314              628            –                    –                 –                –               –              –




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                                                                                                                                                        2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                      Description              Ref    2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                        Framework

                                                     Audited       Audited         Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                      1
                                                     Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
   Museums & Art Galleries                                   –               –             –              –                    –                 –                –            –              –
   Cemeteries                                                –               –            956             –                    –                 –                –            –              –
   Social rental housing                        8            –               –             –              –                    –                 –                –            –              –
   Other                                                  7,822              –            426          9,727               10,727            10,727            8,000       15,041         23,000

Heritage assets                                                –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –
  Buildings                                                    –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –
  Other                                         9              –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –

Investment properties                                          –             –                –              –                644               644               –             –              –
   Housing development                                         –             –                –              –                644               644               –             –              –
   Other                                                       –             –                –              –                 –                 –                –             –              –

Other assets                                             49,620        42,003           52,346        74,492               51,230            51,230           31,728         28,223        36,220
  General vehicles                                       10,598         1,855           16,353        11,950               14,514            14,514            5,728          3,973         4,470
  Specialised vehicles                          10        3,886        14,072            7,333        40,637                   –                 –                –              –             –
  Plant & equipment                                      17,032         4,825           14,212         2,449                5,136             5,136            1,500             –             –
  Computers - hardware/equipment                             –          5,849            5,652            –                  (225)             (225)              –              –             –
  Furniture and other office equipment                    6,985         3,193            1,680         9,285                9,285             9,285           18,000         19,250        21,750
  Abattoirs                                                  –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Markets                                                    –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Civic Land and Buildings                                   –          1,547               –          1,100                1,700             1,700            6,500          5,000        10,000
  Other Buildings                                         6,572        10,662            5,234            –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Other Land                                                 –             –             1,300            –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                 –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Other                                                   4,546            –               582         9,071               20,820            20,820               –              –             –

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

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

Intangibles                                                    –        2,916            5,014               –                   –                  –             –             –              –
   Computers - software & programming                          –        2,916            5,014               –                   –                  –             –             –              –
   Other (list sub-class)                                      –           –                –                –                   –                  –             –             –              –

Total Capital Expenditure on new assets         1       366,575       426,150          399,110       717,278              571,425          571,425           660,465        831,131       757,298




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                                                                                                                                                                               2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                        Ref        2008/9           2009/10          2010/11                          Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                               Framework

                                                                   Audited           Audited           Audited           Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                  1
                                                                   Outcome           Outcome           Outcome           Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13        2013/14        2014/15


Specialised vehicles                                                      3,886           14,072             7,333            40,637                    –                  –             –              –              –
   Refuse                                                                 3,886           14,072                 –            26,260                    –                  –             –              –              –
   Fire                                                                       –                 –            7,333            14,377                    –                  –             –              –              –
   Conservancy                                                                –                 –                –                  –                   –                  –             –              –              –
   Ambulances                                                                 –                 –                –                  –                   –                  –             –              –              –
References
1. Total Capital Expenditure on new assets (SA34a) plus Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets (SA34b) must reconcile to total capital expenditure in Budgeted Capital Expenditure
2. Airports, Car Parks, Bus Terminals and Taxi Ranks
3. For example - technology backbones (e.g. fibre optic, WIFI infrastructure) for economic development purposes
4. Work-in-progress/under construction to be budgeted under the respective item
5. Infrastructure includes 'land and buildings required' by that infrastructure and vehicles/plant & equipment used by the service generated by that infrastructure
6. Donated/contributed & leased assets to be included within the respective sub-class
7. Busses used to provide a service to the community
8. Not municipal contributions to the 'top structure' being built using the housing subsidies
9. Statues, art collections, medals etc.
10. Ambulances, fire engines, refuse vehicles - but not vehicles that would normally be classified as 'Plant and equipment'



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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA34b Capital expenditure on the renewal of existing assets by asset class
                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                        Description                    Ref      2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                  Framework

                                                                 Audited     Audited          Audited       Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                              1
                                                                Outcome      Outcome          Outcome       Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Capital expenditure on renewal of existing assets by Asset Class/Sub-class
Infrastructure                                                           –             –                –       25,506               74,703            74,703           61,800          65,276        100,500
  Infrastructure - Road transport                                        –             –                –       11,993               48,107            48,107           40,000          40,000         75,000
     Roads, Pavements & Bridges                                          –             –                –       11,993               48,107            48,107           40,000          40,000         75,000
     Storm water                                                         –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Infrastructure - Electricity                                           –             –                –        7,645               12,517            12,517               –               –              –
     Generation                                                          –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Transmission & Reticulation                                         –             –                –        3,645                7,317             7,317               –               –              –
     Street Lighting                                                     –             –                –        4,000                5,200             5,200               –               –              –
  Infrastructure - Water                                                 –             –                –              –              8,309             8,309           18,800          20,276         16,500
     Dams & Reservoirs                                                   –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Water purification                                                  –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Reticulation                                                        –             –                –              –              8,309             8,309           18,800          20,276         16,500
  Infrastructure - Sanitation                                            –             –                –        5,868                3,358             3,358            3,000           5,000          9,000
     Reticulation                                                        –             –                –        5,868                3,358             3,358            3,000           5,000          9,000
     Sewerage purification                                               –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Infrastructure - Other                                                 –             –                –              –              2,412             2,412               –               –              –
     Waste Management                                                    –             –                –              –              1,765             1,765               –               –              –
     Transportation                                     2                –             –                –              –                648               648               –               –              –
     Gas                                                                 –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Other                                              3                –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –

Community                                                                –             –                –       12,908               24,864            24,864            9,000          10,000         50,000
  Parks & gardens                                                        –             –                –           –                  (197)             (197)              –               –              –
  Sportsfields & stadia                                                  –             –                –        4,627               16,059            16,059            9,000          10,000         50,000
  Swimming pools                                                         –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Community halls                                                        –             –                –        2,793                3,418             3,418               –               –              –
  Libraries                                                              –             –                –          364                  364               364               –               –              –
  Recreational facilities                                                –             –                –        1,527                2,027             2,027               –               –              –
  Fire, safety & emergency                                               –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Security and policing                                                  –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Buses                                                 7                –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Clinics                                                                –             –                –        3,598                2,798             2,798               –               –              –
  Museums & Art Galleries                                                –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Cemeteries                                                             –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –




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                                                                                                                                                                   2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                        Ref    2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework

                                                                Audited       Audited          Audited       Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                 1
                                                                Outcome       Outcome          Outcome       Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
   Social rental housing                                   8              –             –                –              –                 –                 –                –               –              –
   Other                                                                  –             –                –              –                395               395               –               –              –

Heritage assets                                                           –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Buildings                                                               –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
  Other                                                    9              –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –

Investment properties                                                     –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
   Housing development                                                    –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
   Other                                                                  –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –

Other assets                                                              –             –                –        8,977               10,064            10,064            3,000           2,000             –
  General vehicles                                                        –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Specialised vehicles                                     10             –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Plant & equipment                                                       –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Computers - hardware/equipment                                          –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Furniture and other office equipment                                    –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Abattoirs                                                               –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Markets                                                                 –             –                –        3,320                2,960             2,960               –               –              –
  Civic Land and Buildings                                                –             –                –        5,497                6,911             6,911            3,000           2,000             –
  Other Buildings                                                         –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Other Land                                                              –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                              –             –                –           –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Other                                                                   –             –                –          160                  194               194               –               –              –

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

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

Intangibles                                                               –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
   Computers - software & programming                                     –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
   Other (list sub-class)                                                 –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –

Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets    1              –             –                –       47,391              109,631          109,631            73,800          77,276        150,500


Specialised vehicles                                                      –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
   Refuse                                                                 –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –




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                       Description                         Ref        2008/9          2009/10           2010/11                         Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                               Framework

                                                                    Audited           Audited          Audited           Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                   1
                                                                    Outcome           Outcome          Outcome           Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
   Fire                                                                        –                –                 –                 –                   –                  –             –                –             –
   Conservancy                                                                 –                –                 –                 –                   –                  –             –                –             –
   Ambulances                                                                  –                –                 –                 –                   –                  –             –                –             –
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of total capex                               0.0%              0.0%            0.0%              6.2%             16.1%             16.1%        10.1%             8.5%         16.6%
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of deprecn"                                  0.0%              0.0%            0.0%              10.0%            23.2%             23.2%        22.3%            23.6%         53.4%
References
1. Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets (SA34b) plus Total Capital Expenditure on new assets (SA34a) must reconcile to total capital expenditure in Budgeted Capital Expenditure
2. Airports, Car Parks, Bus Terminals and Taxi Ranks
3. For example - technology backbones (e.g. fibre optic, WIFI infrastructure) for economic development purposes
4. Work-in-progress/under construction to be budgeted under the respective item
5. Infrastructure includes 'land and buildings required' by that infrastructure and vehicles/plant & equipment used by the service generated by that infrastructure
6. Donated/contributed & leased assets to be included within the respective sub-class
7. Busses used to provide a service to the community
8. Not municipal contributions to the 'top structure' being built using the housing subsidies
9. Statues, art collections, medals etc.
10. Ambulances, fire engines, refuse vehicles - but not vehicles that would normally be classified as 'Plant and equipment'



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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA34c Repairs and maintenance expenditure by asset class
                                                                                                                                                       2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description                Ref      2008/9         2009/10         2010/11                 Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                       Framework

                                                            Audited       Audited        Audited       Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                          1
                                                           Outcome        Outcome        Outcome       Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Repairs and maintenance expenditure by Asset Class/Sub-class
Infrastructure                                                 85,002        142,317         157,134      204,434          202,780          202,780         238,391         265,063        294,729
  Infrastructure - Road transport                              25,076         31,030          43,648       50,343           50,343            50,343         55,377          60,914         67,005
     Roads, Pavements & Bridges                                20,698         26,331          37,635       43,948           43,948            43,948         48,502          53,524         59,060
     Storm water                                                4,379          4,699           6,012        6,396            6,396             6,396          6,875           7,391          7,945
  Infrastructure - Electricity                                 37,813         69,470          73,548      102,838          102,838          102,838         125,194         139,028        154,363
     Generation
     Transmission & Reticulation                               35,468         66,495          70,511       99,506           99,506            99,506        121,612         135,177        150,223
     Street Lighting                                            2,345          2,975           3,036        3,333            3,333             3,333          3,583           3,851          4,140
  Infrastructure - Water                                        5,667         22,636          18,696       20,995           20,995            20,995         25,783          29,483         33,713
     Dams & Reservoirs                                              808        1,110            866           961              961               961          1,033           1,110          1,194
     Water purification
     Reticulation                                               4,859         21,527          17,830       20,035           20,035            20,035         24,750          28,372         32,520
  Infrastructure - Sanitation                                  12,391         15,765          17,790       19,822           19,822            19,822         20,165          22,282         24,622
     Reticulation                                              12,391         15,765          17,790       19,822           19,822            19,822         20,165          22,282         24,622
     Sewerage purification
  Infrastructure - Other                                        4,054          3,415           3,452       10,434            8,781             8,781         11,872          13,356         15,025
     Waste Management                                           4,054          3,415           3,452       10,434            8,781             8,781         11,872          13,356         15,025
     Transportation                                 2
     Gas
     Other                                          3

Community                                                      10,323         14,533          15,668       15,704           17,258            17,258         18,852          20,265         21,785
  Parks & gardens
  Sportsfields & stadia                                           821            521           1,185          516              516               516            554             596            641
  Swimming pools                                                  177            154             320          323              323               323            347             374            402
  Community halls                                                 507          1,244           1,391        1,476            1,496             1,496          1,586           1,705          1,833
  Libraries                                                       174            196             680          772              762               762            830             892            959
  Recreational facilities                                       2,090          1,996           2,438          950            2,604             2,604          2,809           3,020          3,246
  Fire, safety & emergency                                        711          1,122             768        1,230            1,230             1,230          1,460           1,570          1,688
  Security and policing                                           650            995           1,133        1,370            1,370             1,370          1,479           1,590          1,710
  Buses                                             7             982          1,674           1,255        2,014            2,014             2,014          2,165           2,328          2,502
  Clinics                                                         911          1,146           1,730        2,324            2,224             2,224          2,516           2,705          2,908
  Museums & Art Galleries                                          86            298             309          379              379               379            408             438            471
  Cemeteries                                                       92            145             179          345              345               345            371             398            428




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                       Description             Ref    2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                        Framework

                                                     Audited       Audited         Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                      1
                                                     Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
   Social rental housing                        8            –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –            –              –
   Other                                                  3,121         5,043            4,279         4,006                3,996             3,996            4,324        4,649          4,997

Heritage assets                                                –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –
  Buildings
  Other                                         9

Investment properties                                          –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –
   Housing development
   Other

Other assets                                             21,470        17,845           20,535        21,898               21,998            21,998           23,555         25,321        27,221
  General vehicles                                          418           392              465           959                  959               959            1,046          1,125         1,209
  Specialised vehicles                          10           –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Plant & equipment                                          –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Computers - hardware/equipment                            458           434              165           798                  698               698              858            922           991
  Furniture and other office equipment                        7            –                 0            12                   12                12               13             14            15
  Abattoirs                                                  –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Markets                                                   835           498              645           695                  695               695              747            803           863
  Civic Land and Buildings                                   –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Other Buildings                                         9,986         1,595            1,473         1,694                1,794             1,794            1,821          1,958         2,105
  Other Land                                                 –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                 –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –              –             –
  Other                                                   9,766        14,926           17,786        17,740               17,840            17,840           19,070         20,500        22,038

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


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



Intangibles                                                    –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –
   Computers - software & programming
   Other (list sub-class)

Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure       1       116,795       174,695          193,336       242,036              242,036          242,036           280,797        310,650       343,735


Specialised vehicles                                           –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –
   Refuse                                                      –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –             –              –




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                       Description                          Ref        2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                          Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Framework

                                                                      Audited           Audited           Audited            Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year   Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                    1
                                                                      Outcome           Outcome           Outcome            Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13        2013/14        2014/15
   Fire                                                                         –                  –                 –                  –                   –                  –             –              –              –
   Conservancy                                                                  –                  –                 –                  –                   –                  –             –              –              –
   Ambulances                                                                   –                  –                 –                  –                   –                  –             –              –              –

R&M as a % of PPE                                                       0.9%              1.4%               1.7%              1.9%                1.9%               1.9%            2.3%           2.5%           2.7%
R&M as % Operating Expenditure                                          5.1%              6.1%               6.0%              6.2%                6.5%               6.5%            7.1%           7.1%           7.3%
References
1. Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure by Asset Category must reconcile to total repairs and maintenance expenditure on Table SA1
2. Airports, Car Parks, Bus Terminals and Taxi Ranks
3. For example - technology backbones (e.g. fibre optic, WIFI infrastructure) for economic development purposes
4. Work-in-progress/under construction to be budgeted under the respective item
5. Infrastructure includes 'land and buildings required' by that infrastructure and vehicles/plant & equipment used by the service generated by that infrastructure
6. Donated/contributed & leased assets to be included within the respective sub-class
7. Busses used to provide a service to the community
8. Not municipal contributions to the 'top structure' being built using the housing subsidies
9. Statues, art collections, medals etc.
10. Ambulances, fire engines, refuse vehicles - but not vehicles that would normally be classified as 'Plant and equipment'



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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA34d Depreciation by asset class
                                                                                                                                                   2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                       Description       Ref     2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                      Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                   Framework

                                                Audited       Audited         Audited        Original            Adjusted          Full Year       Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                 1
                                                Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget               Budget           Forecast          2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Depreciation by Asset Class/Sub-class
Infrastructure                                     187,460       440,229          343,921       396,193              396,193          396,193           241,960         241,960        209,408
  Infrastructure - Road transport                   91,182       189,942          167,555       195,307              195,307          195,307           123,156         123,156         94,925
     Roads, Pavements & Bridges                     89,712       187,429          165,040       194,118              194,118          194,118           121,985         121,985         93,754
     Storm water                                     1,471         2,513            2,515         1,189                1,189             1,189            1,171           1,171          1,171
  Infrastructure - Electricity                      36,330        85,502           18,497        98,183               98,183            98,183           44,579          44,579         44,579
     Generation                                           –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Transmission & Reticulation                    34,907        83,870           16,590        96,443               96,443            96,443           41,147          41,147         41,147
     Street Lighting                                 1,423         1,632            1,907         1,740                1,740             1,740            3,432           3,432          3,432
  Infrastructure - Water                            25,066        76,482           68,824        33,250               33,250            33,250           28,521          28,521         28,521
     Dams & Reservoirs                               6,247        14,148           14,159         7,171                7,171             7,171            1,279           1,279          1,279
     Water purification                              3,249         9,597            9,449         9,443                9,443             9,443            3,836           3,836          3,836
     Reticulation                                   15,570        52,736           45,217        16,636               16,636            16,636           23,407          23,407         23,407
  Infrastructure - Sanitation                       34,882        88,304           89,044        69,452               69,452            69,452           45,704          45,704         41,383
     Reticulation                                   20,612        57,490           58,230        55,220               55,220            55,220           30,594          30,594         26,272
     Sewerage purification                          14,270        30,814           30,813        14,232               14,232            14,232           15,110          15,110         15,110
  Infrastructure - Other                                  –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Waste Management                                     –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Transportation                        2              –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Gas                                                  –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –
     Other                                 3              –             –                –              –                   –                  –             –               –              –

Community                                            5,025         7,388            7,735         7,895                7,895             7,895            7,910           7,910          7,910
  Parks & gardens                                       –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Sportsfields & stadia                              2,805           484              623           671                  671               671              646             646            646
  Swimming pools                                        –             –                –            125                  125               125               –               –              –
  Community halls                                      272         3,278            3,447         3,356                3,356             3,356            3,521           3,521          3,521
  Libraries                                             39         1,667            1,667         1,667                1,667             1,667            1,667           1,667          1,667
  Recreational facilities                               –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Fire, safety & emergency                              60           176              192           209                  209               209              237             237            237
  Security and policing                                 –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Buses                                    7            –             –                –             –                    –                 –                –               –              –
  Clinics                                              139         1,451            1,468         1,451                1,451             1,451            1,500           1,500          1,500




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                      Description              Ref    2008/9       2009/10          2010/11                  Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                  Framework

                                                     Audited       Audited         Audited        Original        Adjusted          Full Year     Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                      1
                                                     Outcome       Outcome         Outcome        Budget           Budget           Forecast        2012/13      2013/14        2014/15
   Museums & Art Galleries                                   –            233             233            250             250                250            233          233            233
   Cemeteries                                               393           100             100            167             167                167            100          100            100
   Social rental housing                        8            –             –               –               –               –                  –             –            –              –
   Other                                                  1,316            –                6              –               –                  –              6            6              6

Heritage assets                                                –             –                –          –                 –                –               –             –              –
  Buildings                                                    –             –                –          –                 –                –               –             –              –
  Other                                         9              –             –                –          –                 –                –               –             –              –

Investment properties                                          –             –                –          –                 –                –               –             –              –
   Housing development                                         –             –                –          –                 –                –               –             –              –
   Other                                                       –             –                –          –                 –                –               –             –              –

Other assets                                             26,244        66,970           77,504        67,866           67,866           67,866          75,996         73,811        64,465
  General vehicles                                        7,657         8,267            7,757         6,237            6,237            6,237           7,828          5,843         4,719
  Specialised vehicles                          10        2,312         3,309            3,462         2,973            2,973            2,973           3,622          3,595         3,249
  Plant & equipment                                       4,371         6,853            7,260         4,703            4,703            4,703           9,489          9,489         4,344
  Computers - hardware/equipment                            397         1,786            2,323         1,143            1,143            1,143           3,274          3,274         1,310
  Furniture and other office equipment                    2,975         2,729            2,800           764              764              764           3,021          2,849         2,385
  Abattoirs                                                  –             –                –             –                –                –               –              –             –
  Markets                                                    –             –                –             –                –                –               –              –             –
  Civic Land and Buildings                                   –             –                –             –                –                –               –              –             –
  Other Buildings                                         7,062        42,390           42,445        46,522           46,522           46,522          42,996         42,996        42,996
  Other Land                                                 –             –                –             –                –                –               –              –             –
  Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                 –             –                –             –                –                –               –              –             –
  Other                                                   1,468         1,637           11,457         5,524            5,524            5,524           5,765          5,765         5,462

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

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

Intangibles                                               2,309         1,935            2,235         1,294            1,294            1,294           4,680          3,436           189
   Computers - software & programming                     2,309         1,935            2,235         1,294            1,294            1,294           4,680          3,436           189
   Other (list sub-class)                                    –             –                –             –                –                –               –              –             –

Total Depreciation                              1       221,037       516,523          431,395       473,248          473,248          473,248         330,547        327,118       281,973




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                       Description                          Ref        2008/9            2009/10           2010/11                          Current Year 2011/12
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Framework

                                                                      Audited           Audited           Audited            Original            Adjusted          Full Year         Budget Year     Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
R thousand                                                    1
                                                                      Outcome           Outcome           Outcome            Budget               Budget           Forecast            2012/13          2013/14        2014/15


Specialised vehicles                                                         2,312             3,309             3,462              2,973              2,973             2,973              3,622            3,595          3,249
   Refuse                                                                    1,717             2,220             2,193              1,981              1,981             1,981              2,402            2,402          2,084
   Fire                                                                         556              688               868               577                 577               577               804               804            804
   Conservancy                                                                  39               401               401               416                 416               416               416               389            361
   Ambulances                                                                   –                  –                 –                  –                   –                  –               –                –              –
References
1. Depreciation based on write down values. Not including Depreciation resulting from revaluation.
2. Airports, Car Parks, Bus Terminals and Taxi Ranks
3. For example - technology backbones (e.g. fibre optic, WIFI infrastructure) for economic development purposes
4. Work-in-progress/under construction to be budgeted under the respective item
5. Infrastructure includes 'land and buildings required' by that infrastructure and vehicles/plant & equipment used by the service generated by that infrastructure
6. Donated/contributed & leased assets to be included within the respective sub-class
7. Busses used to provide a service to the community
8. Not municipal contributions to the 'top structure' being built using the housing subsidies
9. Statues, art collections, medals etc.
10. Ambulances, fire engines, refuse vehicles - but not vehicles that would normally be classified as 'Plant and equipment'



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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA35 Future financial implications of the capital budget
                                                            2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
                   Vote Description                   Ref                                                                       Forecasts
                                                                            Framework

                                                            Budget Year    Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2   Forecast       Forecast       Forecast       Present value
R thousand                                                                                                 2015/16        2016/17        2017/18
                                                              2012/13         2013/14        2014/15
Capital expenditure                                    1
  Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                4,500           2,000             –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                            –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                111,308         157,767        159,304               –              –              –             –
  Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                      –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                       18,000          19,250         21,750               –              –              –             –
  Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                    378,408         473,614        510,773               –              –              –             –
  Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                    180,157         182,262         87,500               –              –              –             –
  Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                   10,128           8,473         13,470               –              –              –             –
  Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                       31,764          65,041        115,000               –              –              –             –
  Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                               –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  List entity summary if applicable                                   –               –              –                –              –              –             –
Total Capital Expenditure                                        734,265         908,407        907,798               –              –              –             –
Future operational costs by vote                       2
  Vote 1 - Directorate - Executive Support Services                   –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 2 - Directorate - Municipal Manager                            –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 3 - Directorate - Chief Operations Officer                     –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 4 - Directorate - Chief Financial Officer                      –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 5 - Directorate - Corporate Services                           –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 6 - Directorate - Engineering Services                         –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 7 - Directorate - Development Planning                         –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 8 - Directorate - Health & Public Safety                       –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 9 - Directorate - Community Services                           –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Vote 10 - Directorate - Miscellaneous                               –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  List entity summary if applicable                                   –               –              –                –              –              –             –
Total future operational costs                                        –               –              –                –              –              –             –
Future revenue by source                               3
  Property rates                                                      –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Property rates - penalties & collection charges                     –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Service charges - electricity revenue                               –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Service charges - water revenue                                     –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Service charges - sanitation revenue                                –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Service charges - refuse revenue                                    –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Service charges - other                                             –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  Rental of facilities and equipment                                  –               –              –                –              –              –             –
  List other revenues sources if applicable                           –               –              –                –              –              –             –




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                    Vote Description                         Ref                                                                                        Forecasts
                                                                                    Framework

                                                                    Budget Year      Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2           Forecast           Forecast          Forecast       Present value
R thousand                                                                                                                   2015/16            2016/17           2017/18
                                                                      2012/13           2013/14        2014/15
   List entity summary if applicable                                          –                 –              –                        –                  –                 –             –
Total future revenue                                                            –                  –                 –                  –                  –                 –             –
Net Financial Implications                                                  734,265        908,407           907,798                 –                  –                    –             –
References
1. Summarise the total capital cost until capital project is operational (MFMA s19(2)(a))
2. Summary of future operational costs from when projects operational (present value until the end of each asset's useful life) (MFMA s19(2)(b))
3. Summarise the future revenue from when projects are operational, including municipal tax and tariff implications, (present value until the end of asset's useful life)

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EC001 Buffalo City - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2012/13 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
     Municipal Vote/Capital project         Ref                                                          Individually Approved      Asset Class                    Asset Sub-Class               GPS co-ordinates                     Prior year outcomes                                                               Project information
                                                                                                   IDP                                                                                                                                                                            Framework
                                                                                                                (Yes/No)
                                                                                        Project   Goal                                                                                                              Total Project
                                                          Program/Project description                                                                                                                                                            Current Year
                                                                                        number    code                                                                                                                Estimate      Audited
                                                                                                    2                                                                                                                                              2011/12        Budget Year    Budget Year   Budget Year                               New or
R thousand                                    4                                                                   6                       3                                  3                          5                           Outcome                                                                     Ward location
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Full Year         2012/13       +1 2013/14    +2 2014/15                              renewal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2010/11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Forecast
Parent municipality:
    List all capital projects grouped by Municipal Vote

Vote 1 - Executive Support Services               2010 Projects                         Various                                      Community                          Stadiums                                               –            –          11,080              –              –             –     Various               New
                                                  Mayoral Projects                      Various                                      Community                        Infrastructure                                      15,000            –                –             –              –             –                           New
                                                  Roads                                 Various                                     Infrastructure                        Roads                                                –            –                –             –              –             –                           New
                                                  Electricity                           Various                                     Infrastructure                Electricity reticulation                                     –            –                –             –              –             –                           New
                                                  Plant & Equipment                     Various                                     Other Assets                      Other Assets                                             –            –                –           1,500            –             –                           New
                                                  Building Upgrade                      Various                                       Buildings              Buildings(Councillors Offices)                                 4,500           –           2,061            3,000         2,000            –                           New
                                                  Office Furniture & Equipment          Various                                     Other Assets                    Office Equipment                                         150            –                –             –              –             –                           New
                                                  Other                                 Various                                     Other Assets                      Other Assets                                          4,553           –           2,722              –              –             –                           New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               –            –                –             –              –             –
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               –            –                –             –              –             –
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               –            –                –             –              –             –
Vote 2 - Municipal Manager's Office               Office Furniture & Equipment          Various                                     Other Assets                    Office Equipment                                         100            –           1,050              –              –             –                           New
                                                  Computer Equipment                    Various                                     Other Assets                       Computers                                             100            –                –             –              –             –                           New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               –            –                –             –              –             –
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               –            –                –             –              –             –
Vote 3 - Chief Operation's Officer                Housing                               Various