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									                  ANNEXURES
               BUDGET 2012/2013
ANNEXURE A      Statement of external loans, interest and
                redemption
ANNEXURE B      Capital budget 2012/2013
ANNEXURE C      Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF)
ANNEXURE C a    Medium Term Revenue Framework (MTRF)
ANNEXURE C b    Payment rate
ANNEXURE C c    Final budget 2012/2013 (per line item)
ANNEXURE C d    Cash flow 2012/2013
ANNEXURE D      Determination of taxable property values and
                assessment rates payable 2012/2013
ANNEXURE E      Consumer Account 2011/2012 in comparison with a
                2012/2013 account
ANNEXURE F      Electricity
ANNEXURE G      Water
ANNEXURE H      Refuse Removal
ANNEXURE I      Drainage Services
ANNEXURE J      Parking areas
ANNEXURE K      Approval of building plans
ANNEXURE L      Cultural Centre
ANNEXURE M      Rental for community halls in Lynnville and
                Schoongezicht
ANNEXURE N      Fire Brigade services
ANNEXURE O      Recreation resort
ANNEXURE P      Market services
ANNEXURE Q      Railway service lines and private sidings
ANNEXURE R      Cemetery Fees
ANNEXURE S      Issuing of certificates and the furnishing of
                information
ANNEXURE T      Library Services
ANNEXURE U       Rental of stadiums
ANNEXURE V      Service contributions
ANNEXURE W      Rental Hawkers
ANNEXURE X      Spatial Planning
ANNEXURE Y      Rental tariffs – Business Properties & Flats
ANNEXURE Z      Budget- and supporting tables
ANNEXURE ZZ     MFMA Circular No. 58 read with Circular No. 54
                               ANNEXURE Z



BUDGET AND SUPPORTING TABLES
                      ANNEXURE Z Z



MFMA CIRCULAR NO 58
                                                                                         ANNEXURE D
                            EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR TAXABLE PROPERTY VALUES AND ACCOMPANYING
ASSESSMENT RATES PAYABLE (2012/2013)

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 14(1) of the Municipal Property Rates Act, it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI
LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect
from 1 July 2012:
CATEGORIES OF PROPERTY AND RATES APPLICABLE TO EACH CATEGORY

CATEGORY                                               CODE              RATE (CENT IN THE RAND)

Residential                                            RES               0,007685 (,006831)
Municipal                                              MUN               0,013945 (,012397)
Public Service Infrastructure                          PSI               ZERO
Government                                             GOV               0,013945 (,012397)
Vacant Urban Land                                      VAC               0,013945 (,012397)
Non-Urban Land                                         VNU               0,0019215 (,001708)
Industrial                                             IND               0,013945 (,012397)
Business                                               BUS               0,013945 (,012397)
Illegal Use                                            ILL               0,013945 (,012397)
Unregistered Proclaimed erven                          UPE               0,007685 (,0006831)
Institutional                                          IST               0,013945 (,012397)
Public worship and official residence                  WOR               ZERO
Mining                                                 MIN               0,015945 (0,12397)

EXEMPTIONS, REBATES AND REDUCTIONS ON RATES (PART 6)

EXEMPTIONS

        The first R50,000 of the market value of all residential properties and of all properties used for
         multiple purposes, provided one or more components of such properties are used for residential
         purposes, is exempt from the payment of rates in terms of Section 17(1)(h) of the Property Rates
         Act.

        Properties identified in terms of paragraph 9.3 of the Property Rates Policy.


REBATES AND REDUCTIONS

INDIGENTS

Indigents will not be subsidized in accordance with the indigent policy adopted by Council and will form part
of the exemption of the first R50,000 of the market value.
COMPULSORY PHASING IN OF RATES ON CERTAIN CATEGORIES

Rates levied on newly rateable property must be phased in over a period of three or four years depending
on the ownership and use (category) of such property in terms of section 21 of the Act, subject to
subsection (5).

In terms of section 21(1)(a) a rate levied on newly rateable property must be phased in over a period of
three financial years.

        In the 2012/2013 financial year a rebate of 25%
        In the 2013/2014 financial year the rate will be payable without any rebate.

CHARGES FOR LODGING OBJECTIONS

Lodge of objection with the Accounting Officer against any matter reflected in the General Valuation Roll, or
Supplementary Valuation Roll – R260.00 (R230.00).




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3, eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
STILL WAITING FOR LOUIS STEYN
                                                                               ANNEXURE E

CONSUMER ACCOUNT 2011/2012 IN COMPARISON WITH A 2012/2013 ACCOUNT
Examples of how consumer accounts will be affected by the proposed new tariffs are as follows:
Note :    New valuation roll based on total value of property ( land and improvements)


1). Households
(a)      Western areas ( based on the following averages)
         Acc No : 142 4270
         Consumption            Electricity (Pre paid)            900 kwh
                                Water                             25 kl
         Stand                  368 Kwa Guqa Ext 2                Municipal valuation: R270,000
                                       2
         Area                   353 m
SERVICE RENDERED                        CURRENT            NEW          DEVIATION           PERCENT
                                              Rc            Rc                 Rc                 %

Electricity consumption                    810.00        975.06             165.06            20.38%
Water consumption                          139.52        160.45              20.93            15.00%
Sewerage                                    62.40         71.76               9.36            15.00%
Refuse removal                              62.15         71.47               9.32            15.00%
Subtotal                                 1,074.07      1,278.74             204.67            19.06%
Plus 14% VAT                               150.37        179.02              28.65            19.06%
TOTAL                                    1,224.44      1,457.76             233.32            19.06%
Assessment rates                           108.90        125.24              16.34            15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                              1,333.34      1,583.00             249.66            18.72%

(b)        Eastern areas ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 171 2403
           Consumption             Electricity (Conventional)     900 kwh
                                   Water                          45 kl
           Stand                   1753 Witbank Ext 8             Municipal valuation: R900,000
                                           2
           Area                    1013m
SERVICE RENDERED                        CURRENT            NEW          DEVIATION           PERCENT
                                              Rc            Rc                 Rc                 %

Electricity basic                          110.00        132,42              22,42            20.38%
Electricity consumption                    624.69        752.00             127.31            20.38%
Water consumption                          320.77        368.89              48.12            15.00%
Sewerage                                    87.60        100.74              13.14            15.00%
Refuse removal                              62.15         71.47               9.32            15.00%
Subtotal                                 1,205.21      1,425.52             220.31            18.28%
Plus 14% VAT                               168.73        199.57              30.84            18.28%
TOTAL                                    1,373.94      1,625.10             251.16            18.28%
Assessment rates                           420.75        583.86              63.11            15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                              1,794.59      2,108.96             314.27            17.51%
(c)        Eastern areas ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 130 4100
           Consumption             Electricity (Conventional)     1000 kwh
                                   Water                          40 kl
           Stand                   1434 Ben Fleur Ext 3           Municipal valuation: R1,250,000
                                           2
           Area                    1586m
SERVICE RENDERED                        CURRENT            NEW          DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                              Rc            Rc                 Rc                   %

Electricity basic                          210.00        252.80              42.80             20.38%
Electricity consumption                    694.10        835.56             141.46             20.38%
Water consumption                          259.52        298.44              38.92             15.00%
Sewerage                                   108.50        124.89              16.29             15.00%
Refuse removal                              62.15         71.47               9.32             15.00%
Subtotal                                 1,334.37      1,583.16             248.79             18.64%
Plus 14% VAT                               186.81        221.64              34.83             18.64%
TOTAL                                    1,521.18      1,804.80             283.62             18.64%
Assessment rates                           594.00        683.10              89.10             15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                              2,115.18      2,487.90             372.72             17.62%

(d)        Eastern areas ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 199 6878
           Consumption             Electricity (Conventional)     1000 kwh
                                   Water                          40 kl
           Stand                   3 portion 20 Bankenveld        Municipal valuation: R1,500,000
                                          2
           Area                    518m
SERVICE RENDERED                        CURRENT            NEW          DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                              Rc            Rc                 Rc                   %

Electricity basic                          210.00        252.80              42.80             20.38%
Electricity consumption                    694.10        835.56             141.46             20.38%
Water consumption                          259.52        298.44              38.92             15.00%
Sewerage                                    66.60         76.59               9.99             15.00%
Refuse removal                              62.15         71.47               9.32             15.00%
Subtotal                                 1,292.37      1,534.86             242.49             18.76%
Plus 14% VAT                               180.93        214.88              33.95             18.76%
TOTAL                                    1,473.30      1,749.74             276.44             18.76%
Assessment rates                           717.75        825.41             107.66             15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                              2,191.05      2,575.15             384.10             17.53%
           Eastern areas ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 118 2935
           Consumption             Electricity (Conventional)      1000 kwh
                                   Water                           40 kl
           Stand                   232 Reyno Ridge                 Municipal valuation: R3,200,000
                                           2
           Area                    2011m
SERVICE RENDERED                        CURRENT             NEW          DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                               Rc            Rc                  Rc                  %

Electricity basic                           210.00        252.80               42.80            20.38%
Electricity consumption                     694.10        835.56              141.46            20.38%
Water consumption                           259.52        298.44               38.92            15.00%
Sewerage                                    129.60        149.04               19.44            15.00%
Refuse removal                               62.15         71.47                9.32            15.00%
Subtotal                                  1,355.37      1,607.31              251.94            18.59%
Plus 14% VAT                                189.75        225.02               35.27            18.59%
TOTAL                                     1,545.12      1,832.33              287.21            18.59%
Assessment rates                          1,559.25      1,793.33              233.89            15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                               3,104.37      3,625.47              521.10            16.79%

(f)        Ga Nala ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 178 2924
           Consumption              Electricity (Conventional)     1000 kwh
                                    Water                          45 kl
           Stand                    3041 Ext 13
                                            2
           Area                     1528m                          Municipal valuation: R570,000

SERVICE RENDERED                        CURRENT             NEW          DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                               Rc            Rc                  Rc                  %

Electricity basic                           210.00        252.80               42.80            20.38%
Electricity consumption                     694.10        835.56              141.46            20.38%
Water consumption                           320.77        368.89               48.12            15.00%
Sewerage                                    108.60        124.89               16.29            15.00%
Refuse removal                               62.15         71.47                9.32            15.00%
Subtotal                                  1,395.62      1,653.61              257.99            18.49%
Plus 14% VAT                                195.39        231.51               36.12            18.49%
TOTAL                                     1,591.01      1,885.12              294.11            18.49%
Assessment rates                            257.40        296.01               38.61            15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                               1,848.41      2,181.13              332.72            18.00%
(g)        Thubelihle ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 179 8103
           Consumption              Electricity (Pre paid)             450 kwh
                                    Water                              25 kl
           Stand                    2980 Ext 2
                                           2
           Area                     270m                               Municipal valuation: R30,000

SERVICE RENDERED                          CURRENT              NEW           DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                                Rc               Rc                 Rc                     %

Electricity consumption                      405.00           487.53              82.53               20.38%
Water consumption                            139.52           150.45              20.93               15.00%
Sewerage                                      62.40            71.76               9.36               15.00%
Refuse removal                                62.15            71.47               9.32               15.00%
Subtotal                                     669.07           791.21             122.14               18.26%
Plus 14% VAT                                  93.67           110.77              17.10               18.26%
TOTAL                                        762.74           901.98             139.24               18.26%
Assessment rates                                  -                -                  -                     -
GRAND TOTAL                                  762.74           901.98             139.24               18.26%

(h)        Phola ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 186 7261
           Consumption               Electricity (Pre paid)            900 kwh
                                     Water                             25 kl
           Stand                     952
                                           2
           Area                      388m                              Municipal valuation: R160,000

SERVICE RENDERED                          CURRENT              NEW           DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                                Rc               Rc                 Rc                     %

Electricity consumption                      810.00         975.06               165.06               20.38%
Water consumption                            139.52         160.45                20.93               15.00%
Sewerage                                      62.40          71.76                 9.36               15.00%
Refuse removal                                62.15          71.47                 9.32               15.00%
Subtotal                                   1,074.07       1,278.74               204.67               19.06%
Plus 14% VAT                                 150.37         179.02                28.65               19.06%
TOTAL                                      1,224.44       1,457.76               233.32               19.06%
Assessment rates                              54.45          62.62                 8.17               15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                                1,278.89       1,520.38               241.49               18.88%
(i)        Phola ( based on the following averages)
           Acc No : 189 3076
           Consumption               Electricity (Conventional)     950 kwh
                                     Water                          45 kl
           Stand                     1338 Zone 3
                                           2
           Area                      387m                           Municipal valuation: R155,500

SERVICE RENDERED                         CURRENT             NEW          DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                                Rc            Rc                  Rc                  %

Electricity basic                           110.00         132.42               22.42            20.38%
Electricity consumption                     659.40         793.78              134.39            20.38%
Water consumption                           320.77         368.90               48.13            15.00%
Sewerage                                     62.40          71.76                9.36            15.00%
Refuse removal                               62.15          71.47                9.32            15.00%
Subtotal                                  1,214.72       1,438.33              223.62            18.41%
Plus 14% VAT                                170.06         201.37               31.31            18.41%
TOTAL                                     1,384.78       1,639.70              254.92            18.41%
Assessment rates                             52.22          60.06                7.83            15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                               1,437.00       1,699.74              262.75            18.28%

2). Business

(a)        Western areas ( based on the following averages)
           Acc no : 248 4455
           Consumption            Electricity (Conventional)        11,840 KWH ( +53 KVA)
                                  Water                             325 kl
           Stand                  41 Ferrobank                      Municipal valuation: R5,800,000
                                             2
           Area                   20,075m
SERVICE RENDERED                         CURRENT             NEW          DEVIATION           PERCENT
                                                Rc            Rc                  Rc                  %

Electricity basic                           950.00       1,143.60               193.60           20.38%
Electricity KVA                           5,354.59       6,445.86             1,091.27           20.38%
Electricity consumption                   5,041.71       6,069.18             1,027.48           20.38%
Subtotal Electricity                     11,346.30     13,658.65              2,312.35           20.38%
Basic water                                 127.50        146.63                 19.13           15.00%
Water consumption                         2,723.50      3,132.03                408.53           15.00%
Sewerage                                  1,227.84      1,412.66                184.36           15.01%
Refuse removal                              634.20        729.36                 95.16           15.00%
Subtotal                                 16,059.34     19,079.33              3,019.53           18.80%
Plus 14% VAT                              2,248.31      2,671.11                422.73           18.80%
TOTAL                                    18,307.65     21,750.44              3,442.26           18.80%
Assessment rates                          5,210.33      5,991.88                781.55           15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                              23,517.98     27,742.32              4,223.81           17.96%
(b)       Eastern areas ( based on the following averages)
          Acc No : 1002074
          Consumption             Electricity (Conventional)     2125 kwh
                                  Water                          54 kl
          Stand                   62 Witbank ( CBD)              Municipal valuation: R4,500,000
                                         2
          Area                    545m
SERVICE RENDERED                       CURRENT            NEW          DEVIATION            PERCENT
                                             Rc            Rc                 Rc                   %

Electricity basic                         950.00      1,143.61             193.61             20.38%
Electricity consumption                 1,024.68      1,233.46             208.78             20.38%
Water basic                               127.50        146.63              19.13             15.00%
Water consumption                         452.52        520.40              67.88             15.00%
Sewerage                                  352.70        405.60              52.90             15.00%
Refuse removal (3 x per week)             931.50      1,071.23             139.73             15.00%
Subtotal                                3,838.90      4,520.93             682.03             17.77%
Plus 14% VAT                              537.45        632.93              95.48             17.77%
TOTAL                                   4,376.35      5,153.85             777.51             17.77%
Assessment rates                        4,042.50      4,648.88             606.38             15.00%
GRAND TOTAL                             8,418.85      9,802.73           1,383.89             16.44%

            In respect of consumption level :

                 Monthly                           Cost per KL     Cost per KL
               Consumption                          2010/2011       2011/2012

                   10 KL                                  1.95               2.24
                   20 KL                                  4.98               5.72
                   30 KL                                  5.98               6.88
                   40 KL                                  6.49               7.46
                   50 KL                                  7.64               8.79
                   60 KL                                  8.41               9.67
                   70 KL                                  8.96              10.30
                   80 KL                                  9.37              10.78
                   90 KL                                  9.69              11.14
                   100 KL                                 9.95              11.44
                                                                                  ANNEXURE F

                         EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR THE PROVISION OF ELECTRICITY
SUPPLY SERVICES

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                          SCHEDULE

In this Schedule, a reference to property according to the use thereof where such use
distinguishes between a category or categories of property, shall refer to the actual use of such
property, irrespective of any permanent or temporary right of use of such property having been
granted in terms of any existing town-planning scheme.

1.      UTILITY CHARGE

(1)     A utility charge as set out hereinafter, shall be payable per month by the owner or
        occupier where any erf, stand, lot or other area, with or without improvements is, or in
        the opinion of the Council, can be connected to the supply main, whether electricity is
        consumed or not:

(2)     If on an erf, stand, lot or other area, a flat complex or any other complex of buildings is
        metered by more than one electrical meter, a utility charge in respect of each electrical
        meter shall be payable.

        (a)   Undeveloped erf                                             R220.00 (R180.57)
        (b)   Developed erf
      (i) Domestic consumers:

                Consumption Level     Measuring quantity         Utility Charge
                                                                 (R-monthly)
                Customer Class
                   0 - 600            kWH per Month              R0
                 601 - 1000           kWH per Month              R160.00 (R132.42)
                1001 - 2000           kWH per Month              R305.00 (R252.80)
                2001 - 4000           kWH per Month              R560.00 (R463.46)
                4001 – 9000           kWH per Month              R1,120.00 (R926.93)
                9001 – 20,000         kWH per Month              R2,255,00 (R1,865.89)
                20,000 >              kWH per Month              R4,485.00
     (ii)     Business consumers:

              The business category will be typical commercial orientated institutions such as private
              and state-owned businesses, Schools, Hospitals, Social and Recreational Clubs, Estate
              agencies and any other customer, not provided for under item 2, provided, that such a
              customer does not utilize a three phase supply or have a three phase supply installed to
              the premise.

              The following tariff structure is proposed:

              Business Category                 Utility Charge
                                                (R-monthly)
              Business Sector – Single          R1,380.00 (R1,143.61)
              Phase

      (iii)   Industrial consumers

              (a)      Low voltage – 380V – 3phase

                        Summer                 R1,380.00 (R1,143.61)
                        Winter                 R1,380.00 (R1,143.61)
                        Average                R1,380.00 (R1,143.61)

              (b)      Medium voltage supply – 6.6kV – 11kV

                        Summer                 R4,115.00 (R3,406.75)
                        Winter                 R4,115.00 (R3,406.75)
                        Average                R4,115.00 (R3,406.75)

     (iv)     Unmetered Supply

              Supply of electricity to business and industry, a minimum rate of 2000 kWH
              per month or a rate based on an average of previous consumption
              whichever one is the greatest.


2.   DOMESTIC CONSUMERS:

      (1)     This tariff shall apply to electricity supplied to the following:

              (a)      Private dwelling-houses
              (b)      Residential flats
              (c)      Hostels, if provided with a separate meter
              (d)      Hostel managed by welfare organisation
              (e)      Churches and church halls
            (f)     Private hotels and boarding-houses
            (g)     Youth organisations

     (2)    The following charges shall be payable per month or part thereof:
            One part tariff (Pre-paid metering system) 1,2830c (1,0625c per kWH)
                    Indigents:
                    0 – 50 kWH per month 0.00
                    51 - 350 kWH per month R0.70 (R0.66c per kWH)
                    351-600 kWH per month R0.80 (R0.91 per kWH)
                    > 601 kWH per month R1.30 (R1.08 per kWH)

            Two part tariff: R1,0085 (,8355c) per kWH (conventional consumption
            >500 kWH)

3.    BUSINESS

      (1)   The following charges shall be payable per month or part thereof – Single Phase:
            All Areas: (Acceptable standard of service rendered):
            (i)     Summer period R0,7010 (,5805c) per kWh consumed
            (ii)    Winter period R1,2970 (1.0742c) per kWh consumed

4.    INDUSTRIAL

            This category will consist of two sub segments namely Low Voltage Industrial
            Customers and Medium Voltage Industrial Customers. Low Voltage Industrial
            Customers would be any customer taking a three phase supply at a voltage level
            less than 6.6kV. Medium Voltage Industrial Customers are those customers that
            take a three phase supply at a voltage regarded as 6.6 kV or 11 kV.

            Seasonal Differentiation

            The tariff will be season differentiated with a High Cost and Low Cost period,
            defined as follows:

                    High Cost – June, July and August (Reading months)
                    Low Cost – September until May (Reading months)

      (a)   This tariff shall apply to any consumer with 380V 3 Phase Supply (low voltage
            industrial sector)

            The following charges shall be applicable:

            (i)     Per kVA (Demand charge)         R141.20 (R116.94)

            (ii)    Per kWH
                    Summer (September – May)        R0,6315 (,5231c)
                    Winter (June – August)          R1,0860 (,8996c)
       Where inadequate metering is in place that does not measure the actual monthly
       demand the customer will have the option to request the correct metering system
       in order to be measured according to the above structure, or, the customer will
       pay a fixed demand component calculated according to the following formula:

       Maximum Monthly Demand
             = 1.732 * Voltage Level * Current Rating of Circuit Breaker

                       (Replacement cost of tariff meter will be for the account of the
                       customer.)

 (b)   This tariff shall be applicable to the Medium Voltage Business Sector (6.6 kV –
       11kV)


       (i)      Per kVA (Demand charge)          R86.75 (R71.87)

       (ii)     Per kVA (Network charge)         R38.80 (R32.14)

       The abovementioned network charge is decreased whilst the demand charge is
       increase accordingly.

       (iii)    Per Kwh
                Summer (September – May)         R0,6315 (,5231c)
                Winter (June – August)           R1,0280 (,8517c)

       The tariff provides for an energy charge that is seasonal differentiated.

       The maximum average unit cost will be fixed at R1,60 (R1.33c) per kWH based
       on the 12 months preceding (July – June annually). Customers will be converted
       to this tariff once per financial year and will be made affective on 1 July every
       year for the next 12 months.

             TOTAL AMOUNT KVA + KWH + NOTIFIED DEMAND + UTILITY CHARGE
                                   TOTAL KWH

5.     KEY CUSTOMERS

       This tariff is applicable to customers that take a electricity supply at a voltage
       level of 22 kV and higher. Customers who qualifies in terms of this criteria has
       to apply to the Council to be classified as Key Customers where after the
       customer will be charged for according to the applicable Eskom purchasing tariff
       structure as amended from time to time, and in accordance with applicable by-
       laws plus 7% surcharge; consumption in respect of a specific month will be
       payable on/before the 15th of the next month.




6.     MUNICIPAL CONSUMPTION
      Electricity supplied to Municipal Departments shall be charged at Eskom cost,
      based on the audited accounts of the preceding financial year.

7.    WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS

      A maximum rebate of 750kWH units per month in respect of registered Child
      Welfare, Elderly Care and/or Care of Disabled Organizations

      (i)    Requests for rebate must be submitted to Council in writing.

8.    GENERAL CHARGE

8.1   Re-connections:

      (a)    that for the re-connection of supply to any premises after being
             disconnected as a result of non-payment of an account or failure to
             comply with any of the Council’s by-laws:

             (i)        For ordinary re-connection per consumer in a specific financial
                        year beginning on 1 July, per re-connection: R405.00 (R361.17)

             (ii)       For pole re-connection per consumer in a specific financial year
                        beginning on 1 July, per re-connection: R535.00 (R475.55)

             (iii)      For all re-connections after office hours per re-connection:
                        R595.00 (R529.74)

             (iv)       For a circuit breaker re-connection per consumer:
                        R405.00 (R361.17).

      (b)    that for re-connection as a result of a change of consumers, or after
             supply has been disconnected temporarily at the request of a consumer:

             1. During office hours: R250.00 (R222.75)
             2. After office hours: R305.00 (R270.94)

      (c)    that for any re-connection of supply after supply has been ceased by
             removing the supply cable: R1,015.00 (R902.94)

8.2   New connections:

      (a)    that the average cost of material, including the meter and equipment,
             labour and transport utilized for such connection, plus a surcharge of
             10% on such amount. (The Council will install the supply at the
             boundary of the premises nearest to the point of supply as determined by
             the Director Infrastructure and Basic Services.) Subject to the findings of
             the Acting Executive Director: Engineering Services, a consumer may
             take supply at high voltage connection in accordance with the Council’s
             specifications and must also maintain the equipment mentioned. Should
              circumstances justify it, the Council may provide and install the
              transformer and other high tension equipment at the consumer’s cost.

      (b)     that whenever a consumer wishes to increase his maximum demand or
              when a new connection exceeds the design capacity of a specific
              township and such connections require reinforcement to the network, a
              contribution to such cost is payable in addition to the cost mentioned
              under (a), provided that such contribution is determined by the Director
              Infrastructure and Basic Services, based on the average cost per kVA of
              equipping a substation, and multiplying it with the number of kVA by
              which the connection exceeds the design capacity.

8.3   Testing of meters:

      For testing a meter at a consumer’s request in cases where it is found that the
      meter does not register an error of more than 5% too fast or too slow:

              (a)      Single phase meter: R460.00 (R409.35)
              (b)      Three-phase meter: R760.00 (R674.18)
              (c)      Pre-paid coupon     R215.00 (R192.61)

8.4   Special reading of meters:

      For a special reading at the request of the consumer: R216.00 (R192.61)
      After hours reading – no access R115.00 (R102.36)

8.5   Complaints:

      For attending to a complaint by a consumer in connection with the supply of
      electricity to his premises, where it is found that such complaint is not due to any
      fault in the supply main or equipment:
               During Office Hours: R340.00 (R300.98)
               After Office Hours:     R425.00 (R379.20)

8.6   Testing of installations:

      An installation shall be tested on request of a consumer or occupant. Cost of
      material, labour and transport for such inspection, plus a surcharge of 10% shall
      be payable by the consumer or occupant of the installation.

8.7   The charges for any services for which provision has not been made in this
      schedule, shall be calculated at cost plus 10%.

9.    INTERPRETATION OF TARIFFS

      In case of a dispute or doubt with regard to the interpretation of these tariffs, or
      the tariff in terms of which a consumer is to be assessed, the matter shall be
      referred to the Council whose decision shall be final.
10.    CONSUMER DEPOSITS

10.1   Domestic consumers – conventional metering system

               All new connections:    Houses R2,600.00 (R2,166.90)
                                       Flats  R725.00 (R601.90)

       Adjustment of deposits done during January (May) to be equal to two month’s
       consumption, payable over a period of twelve months.

       In the event of a consumer’s electricity supply being terminated due to non-
       payment, the new minimum deposit is to be implemented.

10.2   Business and industrial consumers

       All new connections: Based on the estimated consumption of two month’s usage
       with a minimum of R3,600.00 (R3,009.50).

       Adjustments done during January annually to be equal to two month’s
       consumption.

       Guarantees only to be accepted for amounts higher than R30,000

10.3   Churches, SPCA, SANTA sport Clubs, registered cultural organizations, state
       subsidized schools, welfare organizations: All new connections and existing
       accounts : R200.00 (R100.00) deposit

10.4   Pensioners qualifying for a rebate on assessment rates in accordance with section
       32(1)(b) of the Local Government Rating Ordinance (1977), and complying with
       the conditions in this regard: All new connections and existing accounts :
       R200.00 (R100.00) deposit

10.5   Elderly people who are occupants of an old age home: All new connections and
       existing accounts : R200.00 (R100.00) deposit

10.6   Private schools, private crèches and nursery schools : All new connections
       based on the estimated consumption equal to two month’s usage, with a
       minimum of R2,600.00 (R2,166.90).

10.7   Residents of sub-economic houses which are rented and are the property of the
       Emalahleni Local Municipality: All new connections and existing accounts :
       R200.00 (R100.00) deposit
       10.8    All subsidy scheme houses:     All new connections and existing accounts :
               R200.00 (R100.00) deposit

       10.9    Domestic consumers with a pre-paid metering system (except sub-economical
               and subsidy scheme consumers): All new connections and existing accounts :
               R725.00 (R500.00).

       11.     VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)

               Charges do not include Value Added Tax, which should be added.


T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre, P.O. Box 3, eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No.
                                                                                    ANNEXURE G

                       EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR SUPPLY OF WATER

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

1.     BASIC CHARGE
       (1)    Basic charge payable per month by the owner or occupier, where any erf, stand, lot or
              other premises, excluding property as stipulated in sub-item (1) is connected to the
              supply main in the opinion of the Council can be connected thereto, whether water is
              consumed or not: R220.00 (R146.63)

               (i)      Basic charge payable per month by the owner or occupier where any erf, stand
                        lot or other premises with improvements thereon, which is used solely for
                        residential purposes is connected to the supply main, or in the opinion of the
                        Council can be connected thereto, whether water is consumed or not.

2.     CHARGES FOR THE SUPPLY OF WATER
       (1)  Metered supply
            (a)     Supply of pure water to any class of consumer, excluding business and industry
                    consumers and consumers in item (3) for consumption 0 – 6 Kl: Nil

               (b)      Supply of pure water to any class of consumer, excluding business and industry
                        and consumers in item (e) for consumption 7 – 10 Kl R6.30 (R5.61) per Kl

               (c)      Supply of pure water to any class of consumer, excluding business and industry
                        for consumption 11 – 40 Kl R10.35 (R9.20) per Kl

               (d)      Supply of pure water to any class of consumer, excluding business and industry
                        for consumption above 40 Kl R15.85 (R14.09) per Kl

               (e)      Supply of pure water to industry and business R10.85 (R9.64) per Kl

               (f)      Supply of pure water to sectional title properties, flats, registered schools, body
                        corporate and nursery schools and hostels R9.55 (R8.49) per Kl

               (g)      Supply of raw water and withdrawal of raw water from the Groot Olifantsrivier
                        within the Council’s jurisdiction area, per Kl or part thereof R2.85 (R2.52)

               (h)      Supply of raw water and withdrawal of raw water from the dam for
                        Highveld Steel (As per Arrangement), per Kl or part thereof R0.2930
                        (R0,2606)

       (2)     Unmetered supply
               Supply of pure water to any class of consumer, excluding business and industry: A
               minimum rate of 30 Kl per month or a rate based on average of previous
               consumption whichever one is the greatest R232.20 (R114.45)
     (3)     When water restrictions are imposed, the Council may, by special resolution, apply the
             following charges from a specific date:


             1.       Pure water:
                      (i)     Nil to 6 Kl per month, per Kl Nil
                      (ii)    7 to 10 kl per month, per kl R9.30 (R8.27)
                      (iii)   11 to 40 kl per month, per kl R16.30 (R13.51)
                      (iv)    41 kl to 100 Kl per month, per kl R27.15 (R24.15)
                      (v)     Supply of pure water to industry and business R15.35 (R13.66) per kl,
                              per month
                      (vi)    Sectional title properties, flats, registered schools, nursery schools
                              and hostels R14.00 (R12.43) per kl
                      (vii)   Unmetered supply R190.00 (R168.19)

             (b)      Raw water
                      Per month per kl R10.35 (R9.20)

     (4)     When water restrictions are lifted, the Council may by resolution determine the date
             from which the charges in terms of sub-item (1) shall come into operation again.

     (5)     Supply to municipal departments: at cost

3.   CHARGES FOR CONNECTIONS TO THE MAIN

     The charges payable in respect of any connection for the supply of water shall amount to the
     average cost of material, labour and transport used for such connection, plus a surcharge of 10%
     on such amount.

4.   CHARGES FOR CONNECTION OF WATER SUPPLY

     (1)     For connecting the water supply at request of a new consumer R234.50 (R208.44)
     (2)     For reconnecting the water supply after it has been cut off on account of non-payment or
             a breach of these by-laws R372.00 (R330.63)
     (3)     For reconnecting the water supply after it has been cut off on account of non-
             payment or a breach of these by-laws for Indigent consumers: R

5.   SUNDRY CHARGES

     (1)     Testing of meters

             For a special reading of the meter where it is found that the meter does not register an
             error of more than 2,5% either way R436.65 (R388.13).


     (2)     Special readings

             For a special reading of the meter at the request of a consumer R234.50 (R208.44)

     (3)     The charges for any services for which provision has not been made in this schedule,
             shall be calculated at cost plus 10%.
6.      GENERAL CHARGES

        After hours reading – no access      R97.00 (R86.25)

7.      WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS

        A maximum rebate of 75 Kl per month granted in respect of registered Child Welfare,
        Elderly Care and/or Care of Disabled Organizations.

        (i)      Requests for the rebate be submitted to Council in writing.

8.      VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)

        The tariffs in items 1 to 7 do not include VAT and must be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

Administrative Centre,
 P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No.
                                                                                 ANNEXURE H

                               EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR REFUSE (SOLID WASTE) AND SANITARY SERVICES

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                             SCHEDULE

In this Schedule, a reference to property according to the use thereof where such use
distinguishes between a category or categories of property, shall refer to the actual use of such
property irrespective of any permanent or temporary right of use such property having been
granted in terms of any existing town-planning scheme.

1.      REMOVAL OF REFUSE:

        (1)      For the removal of refuse or rubbish once per week.

                 (a)     Private dwellings, hospitals, churches, boarding houses, sports clubs and
                         charitable institutions, per bin: R80.40 (R71.47) per month

                 (b)     Blocks of flats: per flat R80.40 (R71.47) per month
                                         3
                 (c)     Removal of 6m mass container R430.40 (R382.32) per removal.

        (2)      For the removal of refuse or rubbish from business premises, offices, industrial
                 premises and government institutions:

                 (a)     Removal three times per week, per bin: R136.75 (R121.56) per month

                 (b)     Removal five times per week, per bin: R297.50 (R264.50) per month.

        (3)      The minimum number of bins required at any premises shall be determined by
                 the Directorate Development Planning.

        (4)(a)   Refuse compacted in terms of section 7(1) of the By-laws in respect of Refuse
                 (Solid waste) and Sanitary Services promulgated under Administrator’s Notice No
                 527 dated 13 May 1981 and placed in an approved plastic, paper or other
                 disposable container:


                                                 3
                 (i)     Removal, per 0,084 m : R80.40 (R71.47) per removal
                 (ii)    Removal of contents of container unit, per m3: R125.90 (R111.90) per
                         removal

                 1.      Per mass container:
                                             3
                         (i)     With 1,1 m capacity:

                                 (aa)        Removal five times per week: R1,950.00 (R1,732.48)
                                             per month
                           1.            Removal three times per week:R1,205.00 (R1,071.23)
                                         per month
                                                   3
                   (ii)    (aa)     With 5,5 m capacity (open containers) per
                                    removal: R446.50 (R396.75)
                                             3
                           (bb)     With 4 m capacity (open containers) per
                                    removal R342.20 (R304.18)
                                               3
                           1.       With 3 m capacity (Open containers) per
                                    Removal R260.35 (R231.44)

                   (iii)   With 750 litre capacity

                           1.       Removal five times per week: R1,309.25 (R1,163.80) per
                                    month
                           2.       Removal three times per week: R781.10 (R694.31) per
                                    month

                   (iv)    With 600 litre capacity:

                           1.       Removal five times per week: R1,145.00 (R1,018.33) per
                                    month
                           2.       Removal three times per week: R654.65 (R592.90) per
                                    month
                                                           3
                   (v)     With capacity of 1.75m

                           1.       Removal five times per week: R3,365.00 (R2,988.85) per
                                    month
                           2.       Removal three times per week: R2,015.00 (R1,791.99)
                                    per month

           (c)     Removal of Medical Waste: R147.30 (R130.93 per removal

                                    a. Renting of mass containers:
                                3
           (a)     With 5,5m capacity, for periods of one week or longer, but not on a
                   monthly basis: R163.70 (R145.48) per week
                                3
           (b)     With 5,5m capacity: R260.35 (R231.44) per month
                                           3           3       3     3
           (c)     With capacity 1.75 m , 1,1 m , 0,75m and 0,6m R163.70 (R145.48) per
                   month
                            3        3
           (d)     With 3m and 4m capacity R163.70 (R145.48) per month.

2.   VACUUM TANK SERVICES

     (1)   For the removal of the first 9 kl or part thereof: R436.95 (R390.14)

     (2)   Thereafter, per kl or part thereof: R44.45 (R39.68)

     (3)   Minimum charge: R436.95 (R390.14)
3.   SPECIAL REMOVALS
                                               3
     (1)     Removal of garden refuse per 6m mass container: R171.10 (R152.09)
                                                                   3
     (2)     Removal of building rubble or bulk refuse per 6m mass container: R312.45
             (R277.73)

     (3)     Removal of redundant vehicles, per vehicle: R617.45 (R548.84)
                                                                       3
     (4)     The collection and destruction of foodstuffs, per 5,5 m container or part thereof
             R461.25 (R409.98)
                                                        3
     (5)     Removal of unlawful dumped refuse per m or part thereof: R528.20 (R469.49)

     (6)     Hire of mass container per occasion R386.85 (R343.85)

4.   REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF DEAD ANIMALS

     (1)     Horses, mules, cattle and donkeys, per carcass: R476.00 (R423.20)

     (2)     Calves, foals, goats, sheep and pigs, per carcass: R186.00 (R165.31)

     (3)     Dogs and cats, per carcass: R54.20 (R48.17)

5.   CLEARING PREMISES OF LONG GRASS, WEEDS, SHRUBS AND ACCUMULATION
     OF REFUSE:

     For clearing premises of long grass, weeds, shrubs and accumulation of refuse: Cost plus
     10% administration charges.

6.   RENDERING OF CLEANSING SERVICES OUTSIDE THE MUNICIPALITY

     For the rendering of cleansing services outside the municipal area: Cost plus 25%
     administration charges

7.   DUMPING OF REFUSE ON A MUNICIPAL DUMPING SITE:

     (1)     Vehicles with a load capacity up to 1000 kg: No charge

     (2)     Vehicles with a load capacity of 1001 kg up to 5000 kg: R39.50 (R35.11)

     (3)     Vehicles with a load capacity over 5000 kg: R69.00 (R61.36)

     (4)     Dumping by persons residing outside the jurisdiction area of Emalahleni, and
             establishments whose registered office or site is situated outside the jurisdiction
             area of the Emalahleni Local Municipality: R122.45 (R108.85) per load.

     (5)     Soil and other material, which in the opinion of the Director Development
             Planning is suitable for the covering or forming of the disposal site: No charge

8.   SALE OF PLASTIC BAGS AND RUBBISH BINS (WHEN AVAILABLE):

     Cost plus 10% administration charges.
9.   GENERAL

     (1)   The charges for any services for which provision has not been made in this
           schedule shall be calculated at cost plus 10%

     (2)   VAT is not included in tariffs in items 1 - 9 and should be added.

     (3)   Emalahleni Local Municipality reserves the right to refuse the rendering of any
           service if the rendering thereof is unpractical.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No.
                                                                                    ANNEXURE I

                             EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR THE PROVISION OF DRAINAGE SERVICES

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

In this schedule, a reference to property according to the use thereof where such use
distinguishes between a category or categories of property, shall refer to the actual use of such
property, irrespective of any permanent or temporary right of use of such property, having being
granted in terms of any existing Town Planning Scheme.

                                         SCHEDULE A

                                             PART I

                                  APPLICATION CHARGES

1.      The charges set out in Part II of this Schedule shall be payable in terms of section 23(1)
        in respect of every application made under section 20 and shall be paid by the person or
        on behalf of whom the application is made.

2.      The engineer shall assess the charges payable in respect of applications received in terms
        of section 20 in accordance with Part II or in any special case as nearly as may be in
        accordance therewith: Provided that any person aggrieved by any such assessment shall
        have the right to appeal in the manner prescribed in terms of section 3.

                                             PART II

1.      Minimum charge payable in respect of any application in terms of Part I R331.45
        (R294.63)

2.      Subject to the obligation to pay a minimum charge as prescribed in item 1, the charges
        payable in respect of any application in terms of part I shall be as follows:

3.      For every 50m2 or part thereof of the floor area of the basement and ground floor storeys
        of any building, to be served by or the use of which will, whether directly, or indirectly,
        be associated with the use of the drainage installation R77.60 (R69.00)

4.      For every 50m2 or part thereof of the floor area of all other storeys of a building as
        described in sub item (1) R35.70 (R31.74)

5.      For any application for an alteration, not amounting to a reconstruction of, or for
        additions to an existing drainage installation: For each storey of a building as described
        in item 2(1): R74.05 (R65.84)
6.     For every application in terms of section 22(2) of the said by-laws: R78.20 (R69.48)

                                       SCHEDULE B
Category                                                                       Per month

1.   Private dwelling houses each                                                R47.35 (R42.09)
2.   Churches and other buildings used exclusively for public worship            R47.35 (R42.09)
3.   Halls used for purposes connected with religion and from which no           R47.35 (R42.09)
     revenue is derived, each
4.   All other premises : per sewage point                                       R59.65 (R53.02)
     “point” means a water closet or pan, slop hopper, grease trap and each
     70cm or part thereof of an urinal

                                           PART II

                    CHARGES IN RESPECT OF AVAILABLE SEWERS

1.     For the purpose of this Part of this Schedule -
       “piece of land” has the meaning assigned to it in section 1 of the Standard Drainage By-
       laws.

2.     Where any piece of land, whether or not there are any improvements thereon, is or, in the
       opinion of the Council, can be connected to any sewer under the control of the Council,
       the owner of that piece of land shall pay to the Council every month the charges
       specified hereunder, subject to a maximum charge of R317.35 (R194.20) per month.

       (1)     For an area up to and including 500m2 : R33.40 (R29.67)

       (2)     for every additional 100m2 or part thereof : R5.45 (R4.83)

       (3)     In cases where improvements on any such piece of land are in separate
               occupation in detached buildings, this tariff shall apply to each portion of such
               piece of land in separate occupation, without prejudice to any provisions of the
               Council’s town planning scheme.

       (4)     For the purpose of this tariff, the area of any portion of a piece of land in
               separate occupation shall be determined by dividing the area of such piece of
               land by the number of detached buildings in separate occupation thereon, and the
               quotient thus obtained shall be deemed to the area of each portion of such piece
               of land in separate occupation : Provided that the occupation of outhouses by
               bona fide domestic servants shall not be deemed as separate occupation.

3.     Special Usage

       (1)     Special usage (un-proclaimed area per business) per year or pro-rata part of a
               year R1,630.00 (R1,449.00) per year payable in 12 equal installments of
               R136.00 (R120.87).
       (2)     All other usage (state, dwelling excluded) per year or pro-rata part of a year
               R2,033.80 (R1,807.80) per year payable in 12 equal installments of R170.80
               (R151.80)

       (3)     State- and Provincial buildings (dwellings excluded) per year or pro-rata part of
               a year R7,296.00 (R6,486.00) per year payable in 12 equal installments of
               R610.70 (R542,80)

       (4)     Industries per year or pro-rata of a year R4,983,50 (R4,429.80) per year payable
               in 12 equal installments of R429.50 (R332.00)

                                       SCHEDULE C

                                     WORK CHARGES

1.     The charges set out in the right hand column of the Table below shall, in terms of section
       5 of these by-laws, be payable for work described in the left hand column thereof, which
       is carried out by the Council in terms of the section specified.

2.     The owner of the property on or in respect of which the work referred to in item 1 is
       carried out, shall be liable to the Council for the charge relating thereto.

       (1)     Sealing openings (section 9(4)), per connection R382.70 (R340.17)

       (2)     Re-opening sealed connections, per connection     R382.70 (R340.17)

       1.      Removing blockages (section 13(4)):
               (a)   During working hours                        R382.70 (R340.17)
               (b)   After hours (15.45 to 8.00)                 R484.50 (R430.68)

       2.      Alterations to gullies (section 10(4)), per gully : Average cost plus 10%

       3.      Connection to sewer (section 7 (3)): Average cost plus 10%

VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)

All above charges do not include Value Added Tax (VAT), which should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3, eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No.
                                                                                ANNEXURE J
                           EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY


      DETERMINATION OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF PARKING AREAS


In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:


1.     Cosmos Medical Centre: Erven 142, 143 and 144
       Public R170.00 (R152.09) per month per vehicle


2.     Civic Centre and Stand 1264 Extension 8
       Public R170.00 (R152.09) per month per vehicle


3.     30 minutes parking:                     R2.25 (R2.00)
       60 minutes parking:                     R5.60 (R5.00)
       Per 30 minutes thereafter:              R2.25 (R2.00)


       Week                                    8:00 – 17:00
       Saturdays                               8:00 – 13:00
       Sunday and Public Holiday:              Free


3..    VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                                    ANNEXURE K
                              EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY


DETERMINATION OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF APPROVAL OF BUILDING
                                           PLANS
In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

1.     APPROVAL OF BUILDING PLANS


       (1)     The charges payable in respect of every building plan submitted for consideration
               shall be as follows:


               (a)     The minimum charge payable in respect of any building plan shall be:
                       R260.00 (R231.63)


               (b)     The charges payable for any building plan shall be calculated according
                       to the following scale:

                       For every 10 m2 or part thereof of the area of the building at the level of
                       each floor:
                       (i)      For the first 200 m2 of the area: R24.10 (R21.49)
                       (ii)     For any portion of the area in excess of the first 200 m2: R12.90
                                (R11.51)


                       For the purpose of this item “area” means the overall superficial area of
                       any new building at each floor level within the same curtilage and
                       includes the area of verandahs and balconies over public streets.
                       Basement floors and galleries shall be measured as separate storeys.


       (2)     In addition to the charges payable in terms of sub-item (1), a charge of R3.00
               (R2.65) per m2 of area as defined in sub-item (1) shall be payable for any new
               building in which structural steel work or reinforced concrete or structural
               timber is used for the main framework or as main structural components of the
               building.
(3)   Charges for plans for new additions to existing buildings shall be calculated as set
      out in sub-item (1), with a minimum charge of R260.00 (R231.44) per plan.


(4)   Charges for alterations to existing buildings shall be calculated on the estimated
      value of the work to be performed at the rate of R19.75 (R17.65) for every
      R500.00 or part thereof, with a minimum charge of R260.00 (R231.44)


(5)   Charges for plans of buildings of a special character such as factory chimneys,
      spires and similar erections, shall be calculated on the estimated value thereof at
      the rate of R19.75 (R17.65) for every R500 or part thereof, with a minimum
      charge of R260.00 (R231.44)


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(6)   Charges for sewer plan fees at the rate of R58.95 (R52.64) for every 50m or
      part thereof plus a basic fee of R98.30 (R87.75)


(7)   Vodacom mast : R1,970.00 (R1,758.93); and for any addition to existing mast
      R1,970.00 (R1,758.93)


(8)   SITE DEVELOPMENT PLANS – FEES NON-REFUNDABLE


      Basic Fee : R607.30 (R542.23) payable at all times.


      (a)     R237.00 (R211.60) per unit for groups housing, flats, simplex, duplex,
              subdivision, living units, etc.


              (Subdivision will be charged the basic fee plus the unit price per portion
              present).


              or

                                      2
      (b)     R2.25 (R1,99) per m to a maximum or R11,000.00 for all other building
              work that are not divided into separate living units (e.g. guest house,
              hotel, motor showroom, classroom, workshop, restaurant, etc.) as well as
              for additional units if it is not new units.
2.   BUILDING SECTION (All areas)


     (a)    Water connection R2,225.00 (R1,983.75) (20 MM)


     (b)    Sewer connection R745.00 (R661.25)


     (c)    Electricity Connection R1,860.00 (R1,653.13)


                                            2                2
     (d)    Road crossings – R281.25 per m (R250.00) per m


3.   VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                                ANNEXURE L

                                     CULTURAL CENTRE

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                         SCHEDULE A

                                    TARIFF OF CHARGES

                                             PART 1

                                           CITY HALL

DEFINITIONS

In these tariffs, the following words shall have the indicated meaning:

        Morning :        The period from 9:00 to 13:00.
        Afternoon:       The period from 14:00 to 18:00.
        Evening :        The period from 19:00 to 24:00.

Political party meeting : Also meetings of organizations other than a registered political party, if
the Council is of opinion that such meeting will promote or introduce a political ideology.

1.      Balls, dances, wedding- and other receptions, parties, family gatherings, banquets,
        dinners or luncheons.

        (a)    During the morning or afternoon                  R3,050.00 (R2,712.45)
        (b)    During the evening until 24:00                   R4,280.00 (R3,802.19)
        (c)    During the afternoon and evening until 24:00     R5,085.00 (R4,522.95)
        (d)    During the evening until1:00 (excl. Saturdays) R4,475.00 (R3,975.44)
        (e)    During the evening until 2:00 (excl Saturdays) R4,475.00 (R3,975.44)
        (f)
2.      Dramatic performances, concerts, folk dancing and plays

        (1)     Professional, Performance Festival:

                (a)      During the evening :                     R8,550.00 (R7,596.44) per show
                (b)      During the afternoon :                   R4,475.00 (R3,975.44) per show

        (2)     Amateur-, educational-, religious or welfare organizations or persons:

                (a)      During the evening       :               R2,450.00 (R2,176.84) per show
                (b)      During the afternoon     :               R2,240.00 (R1,992.03) per show
     (In the event where an amateur group, educational-, welfare society or religious
     organization purchases a professional presentation, production or performance, the rental
     and direct costs shall be determined on the professional group basis minus 30%).

     (3)     Rehearsals : Professional groups, organizations or persons:

             (a)      During the evening:                          R1,630.00 (R1,449.46) per show
             (b)      During the morning or afternoon:             R1,225.00 (R1,088.42) per show

     (4)     Service of spotlight operator: Per operator per show :       R310.00 (R272.44)

     (5)     Stage presentations for the purpose of television recordings:

             (a)      Recording session per 4 hours or part thereof,
                      per recording:                          R5,630.00 (R5,003.02)

             (b)      Setting of stage, sound and lighting :
                      (i)     During the morning or afternoon:
                              (not longer than six hours)    R1,200.00 (R1,068.58)
                      (ii)    During the evening:            R1,610.00 (R1,432.27)
                              (not longer than six hours)

4.   Party political meetings

     (1)     Per meeting (not longer than six hours)               R1,250.00 (R1,109.58)
     (2)     Deposit to cover possible damage                      R1,250.00 (R1,109.58)




                                             PART II

                                        BANQUET HALL

1.   Balls, dances, wedding- and other receptions, parties, family gatherings, banquets,
     dinners or luncheons

     (1)     During   the   morning or afternoon                   R2,450.00      (R2,178.16)
     (2)     During   the   evening until 24:00                    R3,055.00      (R2,716.42)
     (3)     During   the   afternoon and evening until 24:00      R3,055.00      (R2,716.42)
     (4)     During   the   evening until 1:00 (excl. Saturdays)   R4,475.00      (R3,975.44)
     (5)     During   the   evening until 2:00 (excl. Saturdays)   R5,085.00      (R4,521.63)

     If the Banquet Hall is used with the Town Hall for this purpose, the charges payable in
     terms of sub-item (1) shall be subject to a rebate of 25%.

2.   Folk dances, plays, bazaars, shows, exhibitions, flower shows and mannequin parades,
     conferences, congresses, symposiums and seminars

     (1)     During   the   morning or afternoon                   R820.00        (R728.70)
     (2)     During   the   morning and afternoon                  R1,145.00      (R1,018.33)
     (3)     During   the   evening                                R1,500.00      (R1,333.08)
     (4)     During   the   afternoon and evening                  R1,625.00      (R1,441.53)
          (5)     During the morning, afternoon and evening          R1,835.00       (R1,631.97)
          (6)     Folk dancing practices during the evening          R625.00         (R555.45)

3.        Lectures and non-political meetings and Christmas tree functions

      (1) (a)     During the morning or afternoon                    R840.00         (R647.45)
          (b)     During the morning and afternoon                   R960.00         (R741.75)
          (c)     During the evening                                 R1,585.00       (R1,408.46)

      (2) The charges payable in terms of sub-item (1) shall be subject to a rebate of 20% in
          respect of meetings of residents and rate payers relating to municipal matters.

4.        Functions in aid of educational, religious and registered welfare organizations

          (Notwithstanding any other provisions in this tariff contained.)

          (1)     During   the   morning or afternoon                R1,125.00       (R1,001.13)
          (2)     During   the   morning and afternoon               R915.00         (R813.34)
          (3)     During   the   evening                             R1,140.00       (R1,011.71)
          (4)     During   the   afternoon and evening               R1,520.00       (R1,348.95)
          (5)     During   the   morning, afternoon and evening      R1,675.00       (R1,490.46)


5.        Functions and other entertainment not specified elsewhere

          (1)     During   the   morning or afternoon                R1,145.00       (R1,018.33)
          (2)     During   the   morning and afternoon               R1,315.00       (R1,166.45)
          (3)     During   the   evening                             R1,625,00       (R1,441.53)
          (4)     During   the   afternoon and evening               R1,835.00       (R1,631.97)
          (5)     During   the   morning, afternoon and evening      R2,115.00       (R1,879,27)




                                                PART III

                                            SPECIAL TARIFF

1.        Free use of halls, special facilities and services

The use of the halls and placing at disposal of special facilities and services as defined in these
by-laws for:

(a)       Any purpose whatsoever by the Council;
(b)       mayoral receptions;
(c)       elections and referendums;
(d)       meetings and proceedings from Mondays to Thursdays of Trade Unions or labour
          organizations recognized by the City Council, and;
(e)   proceedings by institutions, societies, organizations, associations and clubs mentioned in
      section 79(16)(a) of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939, when, in the opinion of the
      Council, or the residents of the municipality, and when specially approved by the
      Council.

      Shall be free or at such reduced rate as the Council may deem fit: Provided that the
      concession in terms of paragraphs (d) and (e) shall only apply if the halls concerned are
      not required for another purpose in respect of which the full tariff is payable, except in
      such instances where the Council has specially resolved that this provision shall not apply.

2.    Bar rights when alcoholic liquor is sold

      If requested by the hirer, alcoholic liquor will be sold in the bar and the proceeds will be
      to the benefit of the Council, in which case the bar will be provided by the Council.

3.    Bar rights when alcoholic liquor is supplied free of charge by the hirer

      (1)      During the duration of any function:          R1,230.00         (R1,093.71)
      (2)      The charges payable in terms of sub-item (1) is subject to a levy of
               R130.50(R115.06) for any period of four hours, or part thereof, should the hirer
               require bar services

4.    Piano

      (1)     Upright, per occasion :                            R250.00         (R222.18)
      (2)     Baby grand, per occasion :                         R400.00         (R355.75)
      (3)     Big grand, per occasion :                          R1,830.00       (R1,625.35)
              (Plus tuning costs) (only on the City Hall stage and for concert purposes).

5.    Per occasion by approved artists :                         R635.00         (R562.06)

6.    Public address system

      (1)      Per occasion :                                   R225.00        (R198.30)
      (2)      Deposit to cover possible damage :               R225.00        (R198.30)
      (3)      Sound mixing desk, per occasion :                R570.00        (R505.20)
      (4)      Additional sound equipment: Deposit to cover     possible damage : 80% of total
               amount payable in terms of this sub-item.

               1 x sound mixer, per occasion :                   R595.00         (R529.00)
               1 x amplifier, per occasion :                     R210.00         (R183.83)
               2 x loudspeakers, per occasion :                  R180.00         (R160.02)
               1 x graphic equalizer, per occasion :             R180.00         (R160.02)
               1 x dbx Limiter Compressor, per occasion :        R190.00         (R167.96)
               1 x reverb unit, per occasion :                   R165.00         (R145.58)
               1 x microphone, stand and cable, per occasion:    R40.00          (R34.39)
               1 x 8 way multicore cable, per occasion :         R165.00         (R145.48)
               1 x comms unit, per occasion :                    R165.00         (R145.48)
               1 x cassette player, per occasion :               R165.00         (R145.48)
               1 x C.D. player, per occasion :                   R165.00         (R145.48)
               1 x Radio Mic (Battery lasts ±2 hours), per
               occasion :                                        R250.00         (R222.18)
7.    Use of follow-spot

      (1)     Per occasion, or part thereof, per follow-spot :   R250.00          (R222.18)
      (2)     Per final dress rehearsal or part thereof,
              per follow-spot :                                  R295.00          (R260.53)

8.    Services of follow-spot operators

      Per operator :                                             R275.00          (R244.66)

9.    Use of smoke machines

      (1)     Per occasion :                                     R240.00          (R214.25)
      (2)     Per 1 liter liquid or part thereof :               R240.00          (R214.25)

10.   The use of the halls and placing at disposal of special facilities and services as defined in
      these by-laws, to the Council, for functions and presentations by organizations with the
      purpose to promote arts and culture, subject to the approval by the Council, shall be
      subject to a rebate of 20%.




                                            PART IV


                                    TARIFF OF CHARGES

                                       DIRECT COSTS
                            (Payable in addition to the basic rental)

1.    Levy on box-office income and sale of programmes

      (a) For all groups, bodies or persons : 15% of box-office income.
      (b) Per programme sold by City Hall and/or Banquet Hall staff : R1.30 (R1.15)
2.    Dressers

      (a)     Dresser, per performance :                         R155.00          (R137.54)

3.    Hire of foyer for exhibitions, per day

      (a)     If no sales take place :                         R575.00          (R513.13)
      (b)     If sales take place :                            R575.00          (R513.13)
              plus 10% of the proceeds.
      (c)     The tariff in terms of sub-item (a) and (b) is subject to a rebate of 15%, should
              the foyer be used for three or more consecutive days.
4.     The box-office income in respect of the presentation, production or performance and
       income from sale of programmes, minus the levies to which the Council is entitled in
       terms of the by-laws, shall be paid by the Council to the Hirer, within one month after the
       presentation and, in the case of a foyer exhibition where sales take place, the Hirer shall
       pay the Council within seven days after such exhibition, the prescribed percentage of the
       proceeds of such exhibition.


                                            PART V

                             USE OF COMMITTEE ROOM I &II

1.     Per day or part thereof until 24:00 : (Excluding Sundays):         R710.00 (R628.19)
2.     Use of Committee Room I & II : No charge. The Council or any authority, organization or
       society nominated by the Council in general, or for a specific assembly : No charge.
3.     Rehearsal room and Green Room R1,020.00 (R904.59)

SUPPLEMENTARY TARIFFS TO THE TARIFF OF CHARGES RELATING TO THE HIRE OF
THE CITY HALL AND BANQUET HALL


       A.      Use of dinnerware and other crockery

               Deposit : 80% of rental, repayable after breakage/loss at replacement cost, as
               determined by the Council from time to time, has been recovered.

     Knives :                   for each 10 knives required.             R25.00 (R22.36)
     Forks :                    for each 10 forks required.              R25.00 (R22.36)
     Dessert spoons :           for each 10 spoons required.             R25.00 (R22.36)
     Soup spoons :              for each 10 spoons required.             R25.00 (R22.36)
     Tea-spoons :               for each 10 spoons required.             R25.00 (R22.36
     Coffee-spoons: for each 10 spoons required.                         R25.00 (R22.36)
     Cake-forks :               for each 10 forks required.              R25.00 (R22.36)
     Cups and saucers :         for each 10 cups and saucers required.   R31.00 (R27.65)
     Plates (25cm) :            for each 10 plates required.             R130.00 (R115.06)
     Bread plates :             for each 10 plates required.             R111.00 (R99.19)
     Dessert plates (16 cm) : for each 10 plates required.               R111.00 (R99.19)
     Crescent plates :          for each 10 plates required.             R111.00 (R99.19)
     Platters (30 cm) :         for each 10 platters required.           R120.00 (R107.12)
     Serving platters (36 cm) : for each 10 platters required.           R120.00 (R107.12)
     Tea-pots (.70 liter) :     for each 10 pots required.               R120.00 (R107.12)
     Milk jugs (.25 liter) :    for each 10 jugs required.               R11.00 (R9.66)
     Sugar bowls (.25 liter) : for each 10 bowls required.               R8.50 (R7.54)
     Salt and pepper sets :     for each 10 sets required.               R3.15 (R2.78)
     Pate dishes (10 cm) :      for each 10 dishes required.             R3.15 (R2.78)
     Ashtrays :                 for each 10 ashtrays required.           R32.00 (R28.44)
     Glasses :                  for each 10 glasses required.            R37.95 (R33.73)

SHOULD THE HIRER REQUIRE A PART OF TEN OF THE EQUIPMENT THE TARIFF SHALL BE
DETERMINED ACCORDINGLY
B.   Kitchen equipment

     Serving spoons :                                         R4.95 (R4.37) each
     Warm plate units :                                       R6.40 (R5.69) each
     Ciro's :                                                 R10.90 (R9.66) each
     Teapots (stainless steel):                               R10.90 (R9.66) each
     Waterjugs :                                              R8.50 (R7.54) each
     Ice buckets and tongs :                                  R8.50 (R7.54) each
     Cooking utensils (pots, pans, oven dishes) :             R7.90 (R7.02) each

     Bain Marie's (Small) :                                   R13.10 (R11.64) each
     Oven pans :                                              R7.90 (R7.02) each
     Micro Wave Oven :                                        R71.45 (R63.48) each
     Whisk :                                                  R6.55 (R5.82) each
     Salad dishes :                                           R6.55 (R5.82) each
     Work platter :                                           R21.75 (R19.31) each

C.   Furniture

     Banquet tables :                   Per table required.   R20.70 (R18.39)
     Refreshment tables :               per table required.   R20.70 (R18.39)
     Cathedra :                                               R34.50 (R30.68)
     Rostrum :                          each.                 R36.60 (R32.53)
     Costume rail :                                           R24.55 (R21.83)
     Make-up mirrors :                  - (80% deposit).      R186.00 (R165.31)

D.   Linen

     a.      Table cloths (white) :     per table cloth.      R12.35 (R10.98)
     b.      "Napons" :                 per "napon".          R4.05 (R3.58)
     c.      Serviettes :               per serviette.        R2.55 (R2.25)

E.   Use of overhead projector and screen

     a.      Projector (per occasion)                         R180.00 (R157.38)
     b.      Screen (per occasion)                            R130.00 (R115.85)

F.   THEATRE

     Professional production or festival

     Morning and Afternoon                                    R3,265.00 (R2,898.92)
     Evening per performance                                  R3,955.00 (R3,513.88)

     Rehearsal in Theatre – Production or festival

     Morning and Afternoon                                    R1,475.00 (R1,311.92)
     Evening per performance                                  R2,080.00 (R1,846.21)
                                        PART VI

1.   General

     The tariffs do not include VAT, which should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                             ANNEXURE M

                            EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

CHARGES IN RESPECT OF RENTAL FOR THE COMMUNITY HALLS IN LYNNVILLE AND
SCHOONGEZICHT

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

Unless stated otherwise, a refundable deposit, to cover possible damage or loss, will be charged
over and above the hiring of the venue in the amount of R210.00.

                                                     Monday to Sunday
1. Social Events and Non-Political Meetings:
During the morning or afternoon                                R475.00       (R423.20)
During the evening until 24h00                                 R625.00       (R555.45)
During the afternoon and evening until 24h00                   R815.00       (R727.38)
During the evening until 01h00                                 R815.00       (R727.38)
During the evening until 02h00                                 R965.00       (R859.63)


2. Sporting Purposes:
Per occasion                                                   R275.00       (R244.66)


3. Party Political Meetings:
a) Per meeting (Not exceeding six hours)                       R625.00       (R555.45)
b) Deposit to cover possible damage                            R625.00       (R555.45)


4. Church Services:
Per service (not exceeding six hours)                          R460.00       (R409.98)


5. Dramatic performances, Concerts, Recitals and
Dances:
1. Professional groups, associations or persons:
a) During the evening (per performance)                      R1,150.00      (R1,022.71)
b) During the afternoon (per performance)                     R845.00         (R753.83)
c) During the morning (per performance)                       R700.00         (R628.19)

6. Amateur, educational, religious and welfare
organizations or persons:
a) During the evening (per performance)                        R710.00       (R628.19)
b) During the afternoon (per performance)                      R580.00       (R515.78)
c) During the morning (per performance)                        R430.00       (R383.53)


7. Rehearsals:
a) During the evening                                          R290.00       (R257.89)
b) During the morning or afternoon                             R155.00       (R138.86)
8. Sound system:
Per occasion:
Mixing desk                                                          R475.00        (R423.20)
2 x Loudspeakers                                                     R130.00        (R112.41)
Microphones                                                           R27.00         (R23.61)
                                                                       Each              each

Refundable deposit to cover possible damage or loss: 80% of total amount payable.

9.      General

        The tariffs do not include VAT, which should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                          ANNEXURE N
                           EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY


      DETERMINATION OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF FIRE BRIGADE
                                          SERVICES


In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                          SCHEDULE
        TARIFF OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF FIRE BRIGADE SERVICES

1.     FIRE BRIGADE SERVICES:
       Whenever the Fire Brigade is called out, irrespective of the circumstances, the following
       charges shall be payable:
       (1)     Within urban area:
               (a)     Fixed charge, per call:                            R141.35 (R125.64)
               (b)     Service vehicle, per hour or part thereof:         R122.00 (R108.45)
               (c)     Emergency vehicle for the first hour:              R227.65 (R202.34)
               (d)     Portable pump per hour or part thereof             R171.00 (R152.09)
               (e)     Personnel: per man, per hour or part thereof       R129.45 (R115.06)
               (f)     Replacement of costs of consumable materials such as foam compound,
                       dry powder, carbon dioxide, B.C.F. and any other material used in
                       connection with such call, as well as the cost of the water used,
                       calculated at the current tariff of the Council.
       (2)     Outside Urban Area
               (a)     Fixed charge, per call:                            R956.65 (R850.37)
               (b)     Service vehicle, per hour or part thereof:         R112.50 (R100.51)
               (c)     Emergency vehicle for the first hour or part thereof: R227.65 (R202.34)
               (d)     Running costs, Emergency vehicle, per kilometer: R13.35 (R11.90)
               (e)     Portable pumps:           R129.45 (R115.06) per hour or part thereof
               (f)     Special equipment, per item:                       R140.75 (R125.64)
               (g)     Personnel, per man, per hour or part thereof:      R128.00 (R113.74)
               (h)     Replacement costs of consumable materials as set out in sub-item (1)(f).
2.   FIRE BRIGADE SERVICES:
     (1)   Humanitarian Services:
           Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary, no charges shall be payable if fire
           brigade services within the municipal area are needed for civil disturbances, riots,
           natural disasters or humanitarian services


     (2)   Other Services:
           (a)      The use of an air compressor, per hour or part thereof: R284.20
                    (R252.60)
           (b)      Fire prevention inspections:
                    Re-inspections of remises, per re-inspection: R141.35 (R125.64)
           (c)      Public buildings:
                    Registration certificate for public buildings:   R86.30 (R76.71)
           (d)      Leasing of equipment per item, per hour or part thereof: R141.35
                    (R125.64)


     (3)   Special Services:
           Attendance of a Fire Officer in terms of section 14 of the Standard By-Laws
           Relating to Fire Brigade Services; Per entertainment or recreational gathering:
           R107.15 (R95.22) per hour or part thereof: With the provision that in the event of
           a variety show or a drama performance which is held on a school premises or in
           a public hall for the purpose of collecting school funds, no fees for the services of
           a fire officer shall be charged.


3.   SEALING OF HYDRANTS AND HOSE REELS:
     (1)   Private hydrants and hose reels, as well as any fire pump connections, clamps
           and pipes or other equipment for fire protection purposes may be sealed with
           wire and a metal seal, bearing such distinguishing marks as the Chief Fire
           Officer may from time to time determine.

     (2)   For the resealing of a hydrant where the seals have been broken, otherwise than
           by an officer of the Council or with permission of the Chief Fire Officer, the owner
           or occupier shall be liable for the payment of R59.50 (R52.90) per hydrant, except
           where such equipment has been used for extinguishing a fire, in which case the
           fire department shall be informed.
     (3)     Service and resealing of Fire Brigade Equipment
             Resealing of fire hydrants and hose reels: namely:
             (a)     Testing and sealing of hose reels, per hose reel: R86.30 (R76.71)
             (b)     Testing of fire hose, per fire hose: R59.50 (R52.90)
             (c)     Fitting of cap-pieces, per cap piece: R59.50 (R52.90)
             (d)     Patching of a fire hose, per fire hose, per patch: R69.95 (R62.16)
             (e)     Refilling of a fire extinguisher up to 9 litre/9kg. Capacity, per fire
                     extinguisher: cost of material plus R86.30 (R76.71)


4.   FIRE FIGHTING AND FIRST AID:


     (1)     (a)     Fire fighting course: per person: R471.65 (R419.23)
             (b)     Consumable material: actual cost


     (2)     (a)     Companion Support Course: per person: R284.20 (R252.60)
             (b)     Consumable material: actual cost


5.   VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                                      ANNEXURE O
                                EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY


  DETERMINATION OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF RECREATION RESORT

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:
                          ALL FACILITIES ARE USED AT OWN RISK
              ALL PRICES ON ACCOMMODATION ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DAY VISITORS                          WEEKENDS          Weekends, School Holidays,
(06:30 to 16:00)                      (Monday to        Public Holidays and long
                                      Thursday)         weekends
(i)   Persons 12 years and older      R7.00                    R29.75 (R26.45)
(ii)  Persons 2 to 11 years           Free of charge           R13.40 (R11.90)
(iii)   Motors                                Free of charge                    R64.65 (R39.68)
(iv)    Boats – without engines               Free of charge                    R44.65 (R39.68)
(v)     Motorboats                            Free of charge                    R52.00 (R46.29)
vi)     Special tariff during festivals and
        carnivals, per:
        1.    Vehicle                                                         R320.00 (R284.34)
        2.    Taxi                                                            R438.90 (R390.14)
        3.    Bus                                                            R1,385.00 (R1,229.93)
                                CARAVAN / TENT ACCOMMODATION
HIGH SEASON                                      Holiday Park        Permanent park       Camping Area
(1 September to                                  (Not longer than    (stay no longer      (Without
30 April)                                        2 weeks – with      than 3 months        Electricity)
                                                  Electricity        – with electricity
Per stand per           1 Caravan / tent 1-2     R148.80             R111.60              R129.45
night                   persons with 1 motor     (R132.25)           (R99.19)              (R125.06)
                        Person extra (2 years    R29,75              R29.75               R29.75
                        and older)               (R25.45)            (R26.45)             (R26.45)
                        Extra Motor              R49.10 (R43.64)     R44.65 (R39.68)      R44.65 (R39.68)
                        Extra boat without       R44.65(R39.68)      R44.65 (R39.68)      R44.65(R39.68)
                        engine
                        Motorboat                R52.10 (R46.29)     R52.10 (R46.29)      R52.10 (R46.29)
LOW SEASON                                       Holiday Park        Permanent park       Camping Area
(1 May to                                        (Not longer         (stay no longer      (Without
31 August)                                       than 2 weeks        than 3 months        electricity)
                                                  with electricity   – with electricity
Per stand per           1 Caravan / tent 1-2     R111.60 (R99.19)    R92.25 (R82.00)      R46.15 (R41.00)
night                   persons with 1 motor
                        Person extra (2 years    R29.75 (R26.45)     R29.75 (R26.45)      R29.75 (R26.45)
                        and older)
                        Extra Motor              R44.65 (R39.68)     R44.65 (R39.68)      R44.65 (R39.68)
                        Extra boat without       R44.65 (R39.68)     R44.65 (R39.68)      R44.65 (R39.68)
                        engine
                      Motorboat                R52.00 (R46.21)     R52.00 (R46.21)  R52.00 (R46.21)
      1.    Deposit of 50% of stay, balance on arrival.
      2.    If a reservation for a caravan / tent stand is cancelled:
            Notice of 31 days and more before occupation date, the full deposit will be refunded.
            Notice of 15 – 30 days before occupation date, only half of the deposit will be
            refunded.
            Notice of 14 days or less before occupation date, no deposit will be refunded.
      3.    Key deposit of R20-00 is payable with occupation date. (Open and close of ablution
            blocks).
      4.    No pets allowed.
            Only cash or bank guaranteed cheques are acceptable – NO CREDIT CARDS.
Year tickets for Caravan stands
A discount of 30% is applicable on camping accommodation for caravan organizations and rallies if
minimum of 30 stands are booked.
The use of Putt-Putt clubs
That a deposit of R50-00 be paid when a Putt-Putt club is required. This amount is refundable
when the club is returned in original condition.

                                CHALET ACCOMMODATION
1.    School holidays / Public holidays / Long weekends
      1 to 4 Persons            (2 years and older)                 R640.00 (R568.68) per night

      5 Persons                   (2 years and older)               R670.00 (R595.13) per night

      6 Persons                   (2 years and older)               R710.00 (R628.19) per night

2.    High season (1 September to 30 April)
      Sunday to Thursday
      1 to 4 Persons          (2 years and older)                   R315.00 (R277.73) per night

                                  (2 years and older)               R360.00 (R317.40)per night

      6 Persons                   (2 years and older)               R400.00 (R357.08) per night

     Friday and Saturday
     1 to 4 Persons               (2 years and older)               R640.00 (R568.68) per night

      5 Persons                   (2 years and older)               R670.00 (R595.13) per night

      6 Persons                   (2 years and older)               R710.00 (R628.19) per night

3.    Low seasons (1 May to 31 August)
      Monday to Sunday
      1 Person                 (2 years and older)                  R225.00 (R198.38) per night

      2 to 4 Persons              (2 years and older)               R315.00 (R277.73) per night

      5 Persons                   (2 years and older)               R360.00 (R317.40) per night

      6 Persons                   (2 years and older)               R400.00 (R357.08) per night
1. Tariffs include first motor per chalet
        Additional motor per chalet will be R44.65 (R39.68) extra per night.
        Boats without engine per chalet will be R44.65 (R39.68) extra per night.
        Motorboat per chalet will be R52.00 (R46.29) extra per night.
2. Chalets are fully equipped, except television, microwave oven and towels.
3. Deposit of 50% of stay, balance payable on arrival.
4. If a reservation for a chalet is cancelled.
        Notice of 31 days and more before occupation date, the full deposit will be refundable.
        Notice of 15-30 days before occupation date, only half of the deposit will be refundable.
        Notice of 14 days or less before occupation date, no deposit will be refundable.
5. Breaking deposit of R745.00 (R661.25) is payable with occupation date. An amount of
   R50.00 will be deducted from the breakage deposit if crockery / cutlery is left unwashed.
6. No pets are allowed.
7. Departure time Monday to Saturday is 08:30 and Sunday 14:00.
        Only cash or bank guaranteed cheques are acceptable – NO CREDIT CARDS.
The use of Putt-Putt clubs
That a deposit of R50.00 be paid when a Putt-Putt club is required. This amount is refundable
when the club is returned in original condition.

4.   YEAR AND SEASON TICKETS (Available to EMALAHLENI residents only – after a water and
     electricity account, together with proof of identity have been displayed. Not transferable under any
     circumstances).
     a) Admission to visitors as determined from time to time by the Council by the display of a year
           season ticket: No charge.
     b) Residents of EMALAHLENI, 60 years and older, residing in EMALAHLENI, as well as members
           of the Highveld Cripple Care Association, by the display of a yearly ticket: No charge.
     c)    *      Season ticket at a charge of R213.50 (R189.75), thereafter permitting entrance for 6 visits
                  for 5 persons per vehicle (extra persons at normal entrance fee).
           *      Season ticket at a charge of R300.00 (R265.65), thereafter permitting 12 visits for 5
                  persons per vehicle (extra persons at normal entrance fee).
           *      Year ticket at a charge of R640.00 (R569.25) permitting entrance to 5 persons per vehicle
                  (extra persons at normal entrance fee) for the period 1 July to 30 June of the year or part
                  thereof.
     d) *         Season ticket for a motorboat at a charge of R225.00 (R198.38), thereafter permitting 6
                  visits.
           *      Season ticket for a motorboat at a charge of R315.00 (R277.73), thereafter permitting
                  entrance for 12 visits.
           *      Year ticket for a motorboat at a charge of R670.00 (R595.13).
     e) Sail boats, rowing boats, canoes, wind surfers, after a season ticket as intended under item 1 (iv)
          has been displayed: No additional charge.
     f)    Members of the S.A. Canoe Union, per member, at a charge of R90.75 (R80.67), thereafter
           permitting entrance for the period 1 July to 30 June.
     g) Year and season tickets permitting entrance for the period 1 July to 30 June of the year.

             TARIFFS FOR FESTIVALS HELD IN THE EMALAHLENI RECREATION RESORT
The following requirements must be performed when festivals / functions or any other activities are
planned:
1.   All festivals / functions or any other activities will be held in caravan park number three (3).
2.   An amount of R40 000-00 per day (in high seasons – 1 September to 30 April) and R34,220.00
     (R30,417.50) per day (in low season – 1 May to 31 August) must be paid in advance before the area
     is occupied.
3.   That an amount of R7,440.00 (R6,612.50) breakage fee (high and low seasons) must be paid in at
     the EMALAHLENI Recreation Resort for any breakage that might occur during the event. The
     amount is refundable if there were no damages.
4.   That an amount of R8,925.00 (R7,935.00) (cleaning deposit) be paid in cash at the EMALAHLENI
            Resort. The amount is refundable if all areas used are cleaned up and all papers and rubble
            are removed within 12 hours after the festival/function. If the area is not cleaned up, the tenant
            will forfeit the R8,925.00 (R7,935.00) deposit where after the council will clean up the areas.
5.   That satisfactory chemical toilet facilities be provided.
6.   That the necessary arrangements must be made with the S.A. Police for safety regulations and that
            private security must also be arranged by the tenant.
7.   That the area must be cleaned up after the festival / function and all the papers and rubble must be
            picked up.
8.   That the gate control be taken over by the tenant for the day visitors.
9.   No alcohol may be sold without permission from the Municipal Council. The tenant must also have a
            valid liquor license to sell alcohol, if he wishes to sell it.

      BOATHOUSE / RONDAWEL
       Leasing of Boathouse / Rondawel                          R985.00 (R872.85) per day
       Breakage deposit                                         R985.00 (R872.85) per day
       1. Accommodate + 60 persons
       2. Normal day visitor tariff will be paid for entrance.
       3. Application for the lease of the Boathouse / Rondawel must be in writing

             Only cash or bank guaranteed cheques are acceptable – NO CREDIT CARDS.

                           ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
A.   TARIFFS FOR DAY VISITORS:
     1. ADMISSION CHARGES: Monday to Sunday (06:30 – 16:00)
        1.1 Vehicles: No vehicles will be allowed entrance except if arranged otherwise with
             management
        1.2 For each person:
             a)  Hikers
                 i) Adults                                                    R29.75 (R26.45)
                 ii) Children                                                 R13.40 (R11.90)
             b)  Group of scholars (minimum 10 – maximum 20)
                 i)   Adults                                                  R29.75 (R26.45)
                 ii) Children                                                 R5.50 (R4.90)
             c)  Fund raising events (Big Walk)
                 i) Adults                                                    R14.90 (R13.23)
                 ii) Children                                                 R2.70 (R2.38)
             d)  Escorted hiking tours for hikers (maximum of 20 people)
                 i) Adults                                                    R29.75 (R26.45)
                 ii) Children                                                 R20.85 (R18.52)
             e)  Night drives
                 i) Adults                                                    R59.50 (R52.90)
                 ii) Children                                                 R29.75 (R26.45)
             f)  Key Deposit (Refundable)                                     R300.00 (R264.50)
             g)  Per vehicle                                                  R44.65 (R39.68)
B.   ACCOMMODATION:
     1. ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTRE:                                            Tariff per
                                                                                    Night
          a)   Group of Scholars:
               i)   EMALAHLENI Schools : Adult                                R98.20 (R87.29)
               ii)  EMALAHLENI Schools: Child                                 R19.80 (R17.60)
               iii) Schools other than EMALAHLENI School: Adult               R98.20 (R87.29)
               iv) Schools other than EMALAHLENI School: Child                R59.50 (R52.90)
               Other Groups: Adult                                            R98.20 (R87.29)
                             : Child                                          R59.50 (R52.90)
          b)   Donor groups(Mpumalanga Department Environmental
                     Conservation – Eskom/Highveld Steel/Friends of
                     WNR/Churches):
                     Per person: Adult                                        R49.10 (R43.64)
                     Per person : Child                                       R29.30 (R26.06)
          c)   Maximum persons permitted (supervisors and instructors         18 people
                     included)
          d)   Per vehicle                                                    R44.65 (R39.68)
          e)   Key deposit (Refundable)                                       R300.00 (R264.50)

     2.   BUSH CAMP: (Provide toilet facilities only – no running water at         Tariff per
               camp)                                                                Night
          a)  Groups of Scholars:
              i)   EMALAHLENI Schools : Adult                                 R98.20(R87.34)
              ii)  EMALAHLENI Schools: Child                                  R19.80 (R17.60)
              iii) Schools other than EMALAHLENI School: Adult                R98.20 (R87.29)
              iv) Schools other than EMALAHLENI School: Child                 R39.75 (R35.32)
          b)  Donor groups(Mpumalanga Department Environmental
                    Conservation – Eskom/Highveld Steel/Friend of
                    WNR/Churches:
                   Per person: Adult                                          R49.10 (R43.64)
                   Per person: Child                                          R29.30 (R26.06)
          c)  Maximum persons permitted (supervisors and instructors          15 people
                    included)
          d)  Per vehicle                                                     R44.65 (R39.68)
          e)  Key deposit (Refundable)                                        R300.50 (R264.50)

3. GENERAL
      (a) No private vehicles will be permitted unless otherwise arranged with Resort Manger/Nature
          Conservator.
      (b) Hikers and overnight groups may leave vehicles in the parking area at the entrance gate.
(24
          hours security service available).
     (c) PARKING AT OWN RISK!!
Only cash or bank guaranteed cheques are acceptable – NO CREDIT CARDS.
                     EMALAHLENI NATURE RESERVE / EMALAHLENI NATUUR RESERVAAT
                              RULES AND REGULATIONS / ReëLS EN REGULASIES
No person shall:                                            Geen persoon sal:
1. Enter the reserve by means of a motor vehicle.           1. Die reservaat binnegaan met ‘n motorvoertuig nie.

2.   Enter without obtaining a valid entry ticket or            2.   Binnegaan sonder dat ‘n geldige toegangs-
     authorization.                                                  kaartjie of magtiging verkry is nie.

3.   Park a motor vehicle other than in the designated area     3.   ‘n Motorvoertuig op ‘n ander plek as die
     at the starting point of the hiking trail.                      aangeduide terrein by die begin van die
                                                                     voetslaanpad parkeer nie.

4.   Introduce or use any firearm, bow and arrow, catapult,     4.   ‘n Vuurwapen, pyl en boog, rekker, hond of enige
     dog or any pet.                                                 troeteldier inbring nie.

5.   Introduce or allow an animal or plant to be introduced.    5.   ‘n Dier of plant inbring of toelaat dat dit
                                                                     ingebring word nie.
6.   Light a fire (beware of burning matches or cigarette       6.   ‘n Vuur maak (pasop vir brandende vuurhoutjies
     butts) at any place in the reserve, except at the places        of sigaretstompies) op enige plek in die reservaat
     provided for barbeques.                                         nie, behalwe by vleisbraaiplekke nie.

7.   Damage or remove any plant or abject.                      7.   ‘n Plant of voorwerp beskadig of verwyder nie.

8.   Feed, hunt, and injure any animal or angle in the          8.   ‘n Dier voer, jag, beseer, versteur, of hengel in die
     reserve.                                                        reservaat nie.

9.   Discard or leave any rubbish, refuse, empty containers     9.  Enige vullis, afval, leë houers of eetware weggooi
     or food except in containers provided for the purpose.         of agterlaat nie, behalwe in die houers wat vir die
                                                                    doel verskaf word.
10. Do anything, which may create a nuisance or hindrance       10. Enige iets doen wat ‘n oorlas, belemmering of
    to, or interfere with the public.                               hindernis vir die publiek kan wees nie.

11. Damage or tamper with any fence.                            11. Enige omheining beskadig of daarmee peuter nie.

12. Be or remain in the reserve other than during the           12. Op ander tye as die aangeduide tye in die
    designated times.                                               reservaat vertoef of daarin wees nie.

13. Disobey any instructions given by legal officer(s)          13. Instruksies van die wettige beampte(s) wat aan
    servicing in the reserve.                                       diens is in die reservaat, verontagsaam nie.

See Administrator’s Notice 780 of 25 July 1979.                      Sien Administrateurskennisgewing 780 van 25
EMALAHLENI Municipality – By-laws for the regulation of              Julie 1979.     Munisipaliteit EMALAHLENI:
the eMALAHLENI Recreation Resort. Local Government                   Verordenige     vir    die    regulering   van
Ordinance, 1939 (Article no. 101 of 1939) subject to the             eMALAHLENI Ontspanningsoord. Ordonnansie
stipulations of the Nature Conservation Ordinance, 1983              op Plaaslike Bestuur 1939 (Artikel no. 101 van
(Ordinance no. 12 of 1983)                                           1939) onderworpe aan die bepalings van die
                                                                     Ordonnansie     op     Natuurbewaring,    1983
                                                                     (Ordonnansie no. 12 van 1983)

RESERVE ENTRANCE TIMES:                                         RESERVAAT – INGANGSTYE
07H00 – 17H00                                                   07H00 – 17H00

BY ORDER                                                        OP LAS
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER                                        WAARNEMENDE MUNISIPALE BESTUURDER



VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.


T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
                                                                              ANNEXURE P

                             EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF MARKET SERVICES

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                           SCHEDULE

1.      MARKET DUES

        The said dues shall be an ad valorem charge of 5c in the rand.

2.      MARKET TROLLEYS

        Large trolleys per day or part thereof : R4.29 (R4.04)

3.      RENT COLD STORAGE

        3.1     Cooling chamber R116.38 (R105.80) per day
        3.2     Cooling chamber R3,709.62 (R3,372.38) per month

4.      PERMIT FEES
                                                           st                          th
        Market Agents : R728.00 (R661.25) per annum (1 of July from one year to the 30 June
        of the next year)

5.      TICKET FEE

        Issuing of consumer number : R7.02 (R6.61)

6.      STOREROOMS

        Rent of Storerooms : R290.95 (R264.50)

7.      RENTALS
        7.1  Offices : R1,207.45 (R1,097.68) per month
        7.2  Cafeteria: R3,375.00 (R3,068.20) per month
        7.3  Naspol:     R800.00 (R727.38) per month
        7.4  Computer: R0.33c       (R0.30c) per transaction
        7.5  Cafeteria II R4,200.00 (R3,684.21) per month

VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.



T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
                                                                                 ANNEXURE Q

                            EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF RAILWAY SERVICE LINES AND PRIVATE
SIDINGS

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                           SCHEDULE

1.     BASIC LEVIES

       (I) ESKOM (Ptn 9 of the farm Joubetrsrust)        R7,300.00 (R6,492.33) per annum

       (2) Owner Erf 4770 eMALAHLENI Extension 6 R9,580.00 (R8,516.90) per annum

       (3) Ferrometals (Ptn 9 of the farm Driefontein)   R70,750.00 (R62,884.88) per annum
                                                                         2
       (4) Other owners                                  75c (,67c) per m of the area of the
                                                         erven per annum

2.     RAILWAY SERVICE LINE CHARGES MAINTENANCE

       For all users:
       The charges are calculated as follows:
       Railway service line charges for all users:


               Cost of railway service lines for the year        Total number of trucks of the
               concerned                                         individual owners for the year
               _________________________________ X               concerned
                                         1                       Total number of trucks of all
                                                                 owners serviced during the
                                                                 year concerned
3.     GENERAL

       VAT is not included in the tariff and should be added.



T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
                                                                              ANNEXURE R

                            EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

                                        CEMETERY FEES

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                               Persons resident        Persons resident
                                               inside the              outside the
                                               municipality at         municipality at
                                               time of death           time of death
                                               Including VAT          Including VAT

1.     BURIAL FEES

       1.1     Joubertsrust, PRMP, Kwamthunzi Vilakazi, Pine Ridge, Coovadia and Ga-Nala:

               Opening and closing of grave for:

               (1) An adult (right of single
                   internment)                 R644.25 (R572.64)      R2,890.00 (R2,565.65)

               (2) A child (right of single
                   internment)                 R429.55 (R383.53)      R2,890.00 (R2,565.65)

       1.2     Khutsang, Manyosi and Eku Phumuleni (Kwa Thomas Mahlangu, Phola and
               Dona Memorial Park (Phola), Kromdraai and Thubelihle

               (1) An adult (right of single
                   internment)                 R312.45 (R277.73)      R2,890.00 (R2,565.65)

               (2) A child (right of single
                   internment)                 R171.00 (R152.09)      R2,890.00 (R2,565.65)

2.     PURCHASE OF RIGHT TO PRIVATE GRAVE

       Plots                                   R2,890.00 (R2,565.65) R5,715.00 (R5,104.85)

3.     OTHER CHARGES

       (1)     Exhumation of a body            R2,590.00 (R2,314.38) R2,590.00 (R2,314.38)

       (2)     Re-internment of a body         R2,590.00 (R2,314.38) R5,185.00 (R4.628.75)

       (3)     Wall of remembrance (Ga-Nala) R845.00 (R753.83)        R1,145.00 (R1.018.33)
4.   IMPLEMENTATION:

     (1)     A newly born infant and its mother may be buried in one coffin at a single fee in
             terms of item 1(1) or 2.

     (2)     For the purpose of the charges in terms of item 1 and 2, a person shall be
             deemed to have been resident within the municipality at the time of death if he at
             the time of death, ordinarily resided within the municipality, or if he, at the time of
             death, was the owner of fixed property within the municipality for a period of at
             least six months prior to death: Provided that, unless otherwise stipulated the
             term shall not include inmates of hospitals or institutions or other persons
             temporarily resident within the municipality.

     (3)     Reservation of graves shall only be allowed in the case of a first burial, in which
             case only one grave adjacent can be reserved.

     (4)     Every application for internment shall be submitted eight (8) working hours before
             such internment.

5.   GENERAL

     VAT is included in the tariff.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
                                                                                        ANNEXURE S

                                 EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY


DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR THE ISSUING OF CERTIFICATES AND
 THE FURNISHING OF INFORMATION AND DEBT COLLECTION CHARGES

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                             SCHEDULE


1.      Form of Request
                    A request for access to a record, as contemplated in Section 18(1) of the Act,
                    must be made in the form of Form A of the Annexure.
2.      (1)         For issue of a clearance certificate under section 118 of the Municipal Systems
                    Act, 32 of 2000: R114.65 (R102.35)


        (2)         for the furnishing of information in the acquiring of a certificate under section
                    118 of the Local Government Systems Act, 32 of 2000 : R2.00


3.      Fees for records of public body
        (1)         The fee for reproduction, referred to in Section 18(3) of the Act, is as follows:


              (a)   For every photocopy of an A4-size page or part thereof : R2.10 (R1.85)


              (b)   For every printed copy of an A4-size page or part thereof held on a computer or
                    in electronic or machine-readable form : R1.40 (R1.25)


              (c)   For every photocopy of an A3-size page or part thereof : R2.25 (R1.99)


              (d)   For every photocopy of an B3-size page or part thereof : R2.40 (R2.12)


              (e)   For a copy in a computer – readable form on –
                    (i) Stiffy disc :    R16.65 (R14.88)
                    (ii) CD Rom :         R25.00 (R22.41)
      (f)   For a copy of an :
            (i) Audio record : R57.00 (R50.92)
            (ii) Compact disc: R133.70 (R119.36)
(2)(a)      Trade Unions : Cost per copy sheet, plus 10%


  (b)       Students in the Council’s service : Cost per copy sheet, plus 10%


  (c)       eMALAHLENI Society for the Aged : Cost per copy sheet, plus 10%


(3)         The request fee payable by every requester, other than a personal requester
            referred to in Section 22(1) of the Act, is R102.20 (R91.25)


(4)         The access fees payable by a requester referred to in Section22(7) of the Act,
            unless exempted under Section 22(8) of the Act, are as follows:


  (a)       For every photocopy of an A4-size page or part thereof : R2.10 (R1.85)


  (b)       For every printed copy of an A4-size page or part thereof held on a computer or
            in electronic or machine-readable form : R1.35 (R1.20)


  (c)       For a copy in a computer-readable form on –
            (i) Stiffy disc : R16.65 (R14.88)
            (ii) CD Rom    :     R25.00 (R22.41)


  (d)       For a copy of an audio record : R57.00 (R50.92)


  (e)       To search for the record for disclosure : R33.35 (R29.76) per account sheet


(5)         The actual postal fee is payable when a copy of a record must be posted to a
            requester
     (6)         For purposes of Section 22(2) of the Act the following applies


           (a)   Six hours as the hours to be exceeded before a deposit is payable, and
           (b)   One third of the access fee is payable as a deposit by the requester


4.   (1)         For any certificate, any information, an extract from, or inspection into any deed,
                 document or diagram or any particular for which no explicit provision is made in
                 these by-laws : For any such certificate, information or inspection : R26.30
                 (R23.47) per page or part thereof.


     (2)         Written information furnished on debtors inquiries : R26.30 (R23.47)
                 per page or part of a page.


5.   Furnishing of information by means of the deed registration information service:


     (1)         Enquiries by members of the public : R74.25 (R66.26) per enquiry.


6.   Computer printouts of name and address lists:


     (1)         Complete list:
        (a)      On paper : R260.00 (R231.44)
        (b)      On labels : R955.00 (R853.01)
        (c)      On CD Rom : R955.00 (R853.01)
                 (Consumer must supply labels).


     (2)         List of businesses:
        (a)      On paper : R260.00 (R231.44)
        (b)      On labels : R260.00 (R231.44)
        (c)      On CD Rom : R260.00 (R231.44)
                 (Consumer must supply labels).


     (3)(a)      Valuation Roll : R955.00 (R853.01)
           (b)   On CD Rom : R955.00(R853.01)
7.    (1)      For the issue of any certificate of valuation : R23.55 (R21.03) each.


      (2)      For endorsement on “Declaration by Purchaser” forms : R23.55 (R21.03)


      (3)      But for the provisions of item 2, the issue of any information regarding properties
               situated within the municipality : R13.20 (R11.78) each.


8.    (1)     For the issue of information regarding the town-planning scheme of the Council :
              R23.55 (R21.03)


      (2)     For inspection into approved building plans : R13.20 (R11.78)


      (3)     For monthly building statistics and schedule of approved building plans : Per copy
              R26.30 (R23.47)


9.    Copies of plans:
                                  2
      (1)     Linen copies, per m or portion thereof: Cost plus 25%;

                                      2
      (2)     Polyester copies, per m or portion thereof: Cost plus 25%;

                                  2
      (3)     Paper copies, per m or portion thereof: Cost plus 25%, and


      (4)     Plan of town: R23.55 (R21.03) each.


10.   For the issue of a weigh-bridge certificate: R35.70 (R31.88)


11.   For each copy of an accident report compiled by a member of the Traffic Department of
      the Council: R95.55 (R85.31)


12.   For the issue of street maps: Cost plus 25%.


13    Municipal Voters’ Roll: Per ward : R955.00 (R853.01)
14.   Charges payable in terms of the Business Act, 1996 (regulation 30):
      (1)     Sale of meals: R592.50 (R529.00)


      (2)     Vending of meals: R400.00 (R357.08)


      (3)     Practicing a trade involving -
        (a)   massage or infra red treatment : R592.50 (R529.00)
        (b)   providing the services of a companion, male or female : R1,067.50 (R953.20)


        (c)   the operation of three or more snooker or billiard tables or mechanical, electric or
              electronic amusement equipment : R475.00 (R423.20)


        (d)   night club or discotheque : R903.50 (R806.73) , and


        (e)   bioscope or theatre : R155.50 (R138.86)


15.   Tender Specifications


      A minimum of R340.70 (R304.18) deposit in respect of a copy of a tender specifications
      document for a maximum of 100 pages and an additional charge of R1.80 (R1.59) per
      page exceeding 100 pages.


16.   Debt Collection Charges


      All costs in respect of debt collection charges will be recovered from the consumer at the
      same rate as the actual cost incurred by Council.


      (1)     SMS notification as a result of non-payment of an account.


      (2)     SMS-charge of R5.70 per consumer for balance enquiries on accounts.



      (3)     Postal registration fee of a notice send to a consumer as a result of non-payment
              of an account.
      (4)     Warning notice in respect of non-payment of an account.


      (5)     Telephone reminder in respect of non-payment of an account.


      (6)     ITC Tracing cost.


      (7)     All legal fees charged by an attorney / sheriff / revenue stamps will be for the
              account of the client.


17.   VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No.
                                                                                    ANNEXURE T

                            EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY


     DETERMINATION OF CHARGES IN RESPECT OF LIBRARY SERVICES

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                          SCHEDULE

1.     MEMBERSHIP

       1.1     Library material will be issued to the following persons:

               1.1.1   Pensioners, 60 years and older, residing in the municipal area of
                       Emalahleni, by the display of a water and electricity account together with
                       proof of identity : free of charge.

               1.1.2   Scholars under 18 years of age, of schools situated in the municipal area
                       of Emalahleni, who can furnish proof thereof by means of a scholar card
                       and who borrow material for him or herself : free of charge.

               1.1.3   Scholars who qualify in terms of item 1.1.2 and toddlers whose parents
                       qualify in terms of item 1.2l, who borrow library material from the
                       Children’s Section, with the exclusion of musical books under section
                       1.2.6 : free of charge.

       1.2     Library material shall be subject to the stipulations of item 1.1 issued at the
               following tariffs to the following persons and members of their households, who
               reside in the Emalahleni Municipal area, by the display of a water and electricity
               account, together with proof of identity:

               1.2.1   Per book, per loan period (14 days):                R0.70 (R0.60)
               1.2.2   Per magazine, per loan period:                      R0.70 (R0.60)
               1.2.3   User book card for sixty books:                     R32.45 (R28.97)


       1.3     Members not residing in the municipal area:

               Library material will be issued at the following tariffs to persons who do not reside
               in the eMALAHLENI Municipal area, or who can not display a water and electricity
               account:

               1.3.1   Membership fee at an amount of R66.65 (R59.51) (valid for a period of
                       three years);

               1.3.2   Refundable book deposit at an amount of R44.45 (R39.68) per book per
                       loan period.
     1.4     Visitors:

             Deposit at an amount of R103.70 (R92.58) (to be renewed after three months).

2.   TARIFFS PAYABLE BY ALL LIBRARY MEMBERS

     2.1     Book request by special request: A levy of R15.85 (R14.16) shall be charged per
             book requested by special request.

     2.2     Book request by inter library loan : A levy of R59.25 (R52.90) shall be charged
             per book request by inter library loan.

     2.3     Duplicate library pocket : Issue of a duplicate library pocket : R4.30 (R3.84)

     2.4 Fines payable for overdue books : A fine of R2.10 (R1.85) per item, per week, or
         portion thereof, shall be payable : Provided that the maximum fine in respect of every
         such book shall be R106.65 (R95.22).

     2.5 Lost computer membership card R44.45 (R39.68)

     The month September is regarded as a respite period and no fines for overdue books will
     be payable during this month.

3.   RESERVATION SYSTEM

     3.1     Membership of R39.68 (R39.68) to become a member of a reservation club.

     3.2     R3.97 (R3.97) for every book that is reserved.

4.   OTHER SERVICES

     4.1     Internet:       15 minutes       :        R8.45 (R7.54)

     4.2     E-mail:         15 minutes       :        R8.45 (R7.54)
                             Receive A4       :        R5.35 (R4.76)
                             Send A4          :        R5.35 (R4.76)

     4.3     Scanning:       Page (A4)        :        R16.90 (R15.08)
                             Page (A5)        :        R8.30 (R7.41)

     4.4     Faxes:          1 x A4 page      :        R3.10 (R2.78) (receive)
                             1 x A4 page      :        R7.40 (R6.61)(Sending in South Africa)
                             1 x A4 page      :        R10.65 (R9.52)(Sending outside of SA)

     4.5     Use of Computer: Students        :        R10.65 (R9.52) (per hour or part
                                                              thereof)
                                Adults        :        R21.20 (R18.92)(per hour or part
                                                              thereof)
                                Print per A4 page:     R5.35 (R4.76)
                                Colour print A4:       R10.50 (R9.40)

     4.6     Photostats:     A4 photostats:            R1.50 (99c)
                             A3 photostats:            R2.00 (R1.39)

5.   USE OF STUDYING FACILITIES IN STUDY AREAS (ALL LIBRARIES)
     5.1     Morning session :        8:30 until 13:00
             Afternoon session :     13:30 until 17:30

     5.2     R0.90 (R0.78) per study session to be booked and paid at least 7 days in
             advance. Money will be forfeited if facility is not used.


6.   BOOK DONATIONS

     R2.15 (R1.92) per book;

     R0.75 per magazine      (R1.92) for 4 magazines

7.   VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No.
                                                                               ANNEXURE U

                          EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

                                 RENTAL OF STADIUMS

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:


1.      Festivals and music festivals                            R29,625.00 (R26,450.00)
        Breakage fee for festivals and music                     R29,625.00 (R26,450.00)
        Festivals (Refundable if there was no breakage)

2.      Professional sports                                      R 4,090.00 (R3,540.10)
        Breakage fee                                             R 785.00 (R700.93)

3.      Amateur Sports                                           R   392.50 (R350.46)
        Breakage fee                                             R   785.00 (R700.93)

4.      Religious gatherings                                     R   785.00 (R700.93)
        Breakage fee                                             R   785.00 (R700.93)

5.      Schools in the formal sector as well as
        Registered national government organizations             R   785.00 (R700.93)
        Breakage fee                                             R   785.00 (R700.93)

6.      VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.

A breakage deposit must be paid by every lessee of the stadium, which will be refunded after the
event and after deduction of any amounts for breakage.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                                ANNEXURE V

                         EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR SERVICE CONTRIBUTIONS

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                           SCHEDULE

1.     SERVICE CONTRIBUTIONS (Bulk services)


       1.1     Electricity (per stand)


       1.1.1   Domestic / Residential Consumers
               (a)     Residential 1
                       Middle and high income consumers:
                                                          2
                       (i)      Erven larger than 500 m
                       (ii)     Density lower as 20 units per hectare
                                                                        2
                       (iii)    Dwellings normally bigger than 120 m
                       (iv)     An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 5.1 kVA / erf or
                                unit
                       (v)      This will result in a EBSC (Electrical Bulk Service Contribution) of
                                R15,300.00 (R13,603.28) per unit in category 3


               (b)     Residential 2 & 3
                       Low income consumers and flats:
                                             2
                       (i)      Erven 500 m and smaller
                       (ii)     Density of 20 units per hectare and higher
                                                                            2
                       (iii)    Dwellings normally smaller than 120 m
                       (iv)     ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 3.5 kVA / erf or unit
                       (v)      This will result in a EBSC (Electrical Bulk Service Contribution) of
                                R10,500.00 (R9,335.56) per unit in category 3
        (c)     Churches
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 20kVA.


        (d)     Hotels
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 73.3kVA.


        (e)     Pre-Schools
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 17.9kVA.


        (f)     Primary Schools
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 24.1kVA.


        (g)     Secondary Schools
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 20kVA.


        (h)     Special
                This can include churches, pre-schools, primary schools and secondary
               schools.      An average was taken giving an ADMD (After Diversity
               Maximum Demand) of 38.5kVA.


        (i)     Business
                                                                                 2
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 0.014kVA/m of the
                building floor area allowed for in zoning.


        (j)     Offices
                                                                                 2
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 0.02kVA/m of the
                building floor area allowed for in zoning.


        (k)     Industrial
                                                                                 2
                An ADMD (After Diversity Maximum Demand) of 0.008kVA/m of the
                building floor area allowed for in zoning.


1.1.2   Electrical Bulk Service Contributions


        Electrical Bulk Service Contributions refers to the occupation of a portion of the
        electrical network by consumers, from the High Voltage connection at Eskom up
        to and including the miniature substations.
        This can be divided in 3 categories:
        (a)     The complete High Voltage Network (88kV) and the Primary Medium
                Voltage Network (11kV).


        (b)     The complete High Voltage Network (88kV) and the Primary Medium
                Voltage Network (11kV) and including the Secondary Medium Voltage
                Network (11kV).


        (c)     The complete High Voltage Network (88kV) and the Primary Medium
                Voltage Network (11kV), the Secondary Medium Voltage Network (11kV)
                including and up to the miniature substations.


        An actual costing was done on 3 substations and their supply areas, the average
        was taken for the 3 categories as listed in the table below (The cost were
        calculated in Rand per kVA). This includes a Municipal Surcharge of 15%:
         Category    Description                           Rand / kVA
         1           HT and Primary Medium Voltage         R1,412.90 (R1,255.91)
                     Network
         2           Including Secondary Network           R2,190.50 (R1,947.16)
         3           Including and up to miniature         R3,000.00 (R2,667.31)
                     substations

                           2
1.1.3   Office site (3000 m with 40% coverage) (Constant = 0.02)
        (a)     For 22 kV HT and primary 11/6.6kV MV network *
                R1,412.90 (R1,255.91) (3000 x 0.4 x 0.02) = R33,909.60 (R30,141.84)
                (excl. VAT)


        (b)     For primary and secondary 11/6.6kV MV network **
                R2,190.50 (R1,947.16) (3000 x 0.4 x 0.2) = R52,572.00 (R46,731.84)
                (excl. VAT)


        (c)     For primary and secondary 11/6.6kV MV networks and minisub ***
                R3,000.00 (R2,667.31) (3000 x 0.4 x 0.2) = R72,000.00 (R64,015.44)
                (excl. VAT)
                                2
1.1.4   Industrial site (10000 m with 30% coverage) (Constant = 0,008)
        (a)     For 22 kV HT and primary 11/6.6kV MV network *
                R1,412.90 (R1,255.91) (10000 x 0.3 x 0.008) = R33,909.60 (R30,141.84)
                (excl. VAT)


        (b)     For primary and secondary 11/6.6kV MV network **
                R2,190.00 (R1,947.16) (10000 x 0.3 x 0.008) = R52,572.00 (R46,731.84)
                (excl. VAT)


        (c)     For primary and secondary 11/6.6kV MV networks and minisub ***
                R3,000.00 (R2,667.31) (10000 x 0.3 x 0.008) = R72,000.00 (R64,015.44)
                (excl. VAT)

                                                        2
1.1.5   For Residential (30 units with stand sizes 1200 m houses)
        (a)     For 22 kV HT and primary 11/6.6kV MV network *
                R1,412.90 (R1,255.91) (30 houses x 5.1 kVA) = R216,173.70
                (R192,154.23) (excl. VAT)


        (b)     For primary and secondary 11/6.6kV MV network **
                R2,190.50 (R1,947.16) (30 houses x 5.1 kVA) = R335,146.50
                (R297,915.48) (excl. VAT)


        (c)     For primary and secondary 11/6.6kV MV networks and minisub ***
                R3,000.00 (R2,667.31) (30 houses x 5.1 kVA) = R459,000.00
                (R408,098.43) (excl. VAT)


1.1.6   Flats can be calculated at 3.8 kVA per unit.


1.2     Sewerage (per stand)                     R2,115.00 (R1,880.00)
1.3     Water (per stand)                        R1,687.50 (R1,500.00)
2.   VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)


     VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                           ANNEXURE W

                        EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR RENTAL HAWKERS

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                        SCHEDULE

RENTAL TARIFFS


1.     Fruit and vegetables                    R44.65 (R39.65) per month


2.     Cosmetics, mirrors, combs, etc.         R59.50 (R52.90) per month


3.     Clothes, shoes, bags, belts             R96.70 (R85.96) per month


4.     Caravan selling of food, photos         R59.50 (R52.90) per month


5.     Plants, flowers, pictures               R59.50 (R52.90) per month


6.     VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)
       VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No
                                                                            ANNEXURE X

                         EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR FEES FOR SPATIAL PLANNING

In terms of section 75A of the Local Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 (as amended), read with
section 10G(7) (a) and (b) of the Local Government Transition Act, No. 209 of 1993 (as
amended), it is hereby notified that the EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY determined
the charges as set out in the Schedule below with effect from 1 July 2012:

                                         SCHEDULE

1.     Advertisement on permanent signs (on contract)


       Application fee                                R370.30         (R330.63)
       0 – 3 m2 size                                  R370.30         (R330.63)
                         2           2
       Additional per m above 3m                      R125.90         (R112.41)
       Illuminated (per face)                         R370.30         (R330.63)


2.     Advertisement on (temporary signs) Advertising period 14 days
       Banners (per banner)                           R148.00         (R132.25)


3.     Advertisements Estate Agent Registration
       Per annum (only for “For Sale” and “To Let” boards and weekend show houses
       R1,485.00 (R1,322.50)


4.     Township Establishment
       2 to 99 erven                                  R3,700.00       (R3,306.25)
       100 to 499 erven                               R5,185.00       (R4,628.75)
       500 erven and more                             R7,400.00       (R6.612.50)
5.     Amendment Schemes                              R2,960.00       (R2,645.00)
6.     Building lines                                 R370.30         (R330.63)
7.     Consolidation                                  R148.00         (R132.25)
8.     Formal Authority (Business from home)          R445.00         (R396.75)
9.     Special Consent                                R1,480.00       (R1,322.50)
10.   Subdivision
      Ordinance 15 of 1986 for 1 – 5 stands      R740.00        (R661.25)
      Additional for every stand over 5          R29.60         (R26.45)
      Ordinance 20 of 1986                       R2,225.00      (R1,983,75)


11.   A3 Plan Book
      KwaGuqa                                    R51.85         (R46.29)
      eMalahleni                                 R66.65         (R59.51)


12.   Statistics
      Per page of information                    R14.80         (R13.23)


13.   Copies for information concerning Spatial Planning only
      AO                                         R148.00        (R132.25)
      A1                                         R118.50        (R105.80)
      A2                                         R59.25         (R52.90)
      A3                                         R29.60         (R26.45)
      A4                                         R22.25         (R19.84)


14.   Plans Copies – Paper
      AO                                         R44.45         (R39.68)
      A1                                         R22.25         (R19.84)
      A2                                         R14.80         (R13.23)
      A3                                         R7.40          (R6.61)
      A4                                         R3.00          (R2.65)


15.   Plan Copies – Film
      AO                                         R148.00        (R132.25)
      A1                                         R74.00         (R66.13)
      A2                                         R37.00         (R33.06)
      A3                                         R29.60         (R26.45)
      A4                                         R14.80         (R13.23)
16.   Surveyor General Diagrams
      AO                                          R148.00       (R132.25)
      A1                                          R74.00        (R66.13)
      A2                                          R37.00        (R33.06)
      A3                                          R29.60        (R26.45)
      A4                                          R22.25        (R19.84)


17.   Aerial Photographs
      AO                                          R133.30       (R119.03)
      A1                                          R66.65        (R59.51)
      A2                                          R29.60        (R26.45)
      A3                                          R14.80        (R13.23)
      A4                                          R7.40         (R6.61)


18.   Town Planning
      eMalahleni                                  R177.75       (R159.70)
      GaNala                                      R140.75       (R125.64)
      Per Urban Areas                             R140.75       (R125.64)


19.   Zoning Certificate per stand in advance     R29.60        (R26.45)


20.   VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)
      VAT is not included in the afore-mentioned tariffs and should be added.




T MATOANE
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Administrative Centre,
P.O. Box 3,
eMALAHLENI, 1035
(Notice No

								
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