ANNUAL REPORT 2010 2011 by HC120721211236

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									                        ANNEXURE “A”

EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

   DRAFT ANNUAL REPORT
          2010/2011




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ANNUAL REPORT 2010-2011
               TABLE OF CONTENTS
Annexure “A”    Annual Report                                PAGES
Chapter 1       Introduction and Overview

Chapter 2       Performance Highlights

Chapter 3       Human Resources and Other Organisational
                Management
Chapter 4       Audited Financial Statements and Related
                Financial Information
Chapter 5       Functional Area Service Delivery Reporting

Annexure “B”   Annual Performance Report




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CHAPTER 1




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FOREWORD BY THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR - CLR S.F SITHOLE
I am delighted to present the Emalahleni Local Municipality’s Annual Report for 2010–2011.
This report outlines our achievements for the past financial year, reflecting our vision and
plans for our community’s future.
The year under review has been a challenging one for the municipality while at the same
time the municipality has continued to grow in terms of population growth and demand for
services. This is seen in new housing developments and the many applications we continue
to receive for services.
Coupled with that has been some level of administrative instability that saw the municipality
operating without a municipal manager as well as some senior managers for the entire
2010/2011 financial year after the investigation that was carried out in terms of Section 106
of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000.
The other challenge is that of our financial situation; that is, operating on a deficit that
brought its own set of challenges to both revenue and expenditure that has a direct impact
on service delivery.

Despite the challenges, the municipality has been turning around the situation through some
support from other spheres of government. We understand that Emalahleni Local
Municipality in achieving its vision, objectives and delivering on its mandate, it wouldn’t be
possible without the involvement of other stakeholders. The role played by the different
stakeholders during the financial year under review went a long way in terms of capacity
support from the private sector and different spheres of government. Through these
partnerships, the municipality was able to implement various projects to its communities to
ensure access to services in order to improve the quality of their lives. The journey that we
have embarked on has been a courageous one.

While the municipality has been persistent in its efforts to engage support from other levels
of Government, we have continued to invest in the infrastructure needed to ensure our
municipality continues to provide appropriate services to meet the growing needs of our
community. In this regard funds have been obtained to upgrade the water purification plant
and the distribution network in eMalahleni. This will ensure that the municipality is able to
provide the community with clean quality water. The replacement of the Asbestos Cement
Pipes is a project in progress.
As Emalahleni Local Municipality we are proud to present this Annual Report for 2010/11
which we believe it will provide critical information about the state of the municipality and its
performance in discharging its constitutional mandate. This will further offer an opportunity
for comments and inputs by various stakeholders which will assist the municipality to
improve moving forward.
At this time in the history of greater Emalahleni, your municipality is rising to the challenge of
creating a strong, supportive, planned and sustainable future for its people. This report
shows our commitment in action and we look forward to continuing to work with the
municipality’s strong and diverse communities to ensure the residents of Emalahleni have
every opportunity to grow and develop to their highest potential.

Thank you


CLR S.F SITHOLE
EXECUTIVE MAYOR



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OVERVIEW OF THE MUNICIPALITY

Emalahleni Local Municipality is situated in Mpumalanga Province and is one of the six local
municipalities in the Nkangala District Municipality. It forms part of the western regions of
Mpumalanga Province and borders onto Gauteng Province in its south and western borders.

The municipality is the biggest municipality in the Nkangala District and also one of the top 4
biggest municipalities in the district. The development pattern of the municipal area is
fragmented due to previous dispensation approach of separate development. The situation
is further exaggerated by the fact that large areas within the municipal area are undermined.
Features like floodplains and marshlands restrict opportunities for physical integration of
these areas even further.

The non-urban areas of the municipality consist mainly of farms and agricultural holdings.
Closely linked to the spatial structure outlined here is the spatial distribution of informal
settlements. These settlements normally are established in close proximity to nodes of
employment.

The municipality comprises of eMalahleni city as the main urban centre,    with other activity
nodes/towns in the municipal area represented by:
           KwaGuqa townships
           Ogies & Phola
           Rietspruit & Matla
           Vandyksdrif
           Wilge
           Ga-Nala & Thubelihle

The main urban centre of eMalahleni has been in existence since 1906 and has developed
from a rural mining town to a city with modern facilities.

Emalahleni Municipality is strategically located in provincial context and in relation to the
national transport network. It is situated in close proximity to the City of Johannesburg, City
of Tshwane and Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality in Gauteng, and is connected to these
areas by the N4 and N12 freeways and a railway network. These freeways converge at
eMalahleni City, the major urban centre of the municipality, from where the N4 extends to
Nelspruit, the provincial capital, and ultimately to Maputo in Mozambique. The N4 freeway
and the railway line which runs parallel adjacent to it from Gauteng to Mozambique
constitute the Maputo Corridor. The corridor forms part of a transcontinental corridor
initiative, aimed at linking Walvis Bay on the west coast of Africa with Maputo on the east
coast, thereby creating strategic linkages for trade and tourism between Namibia, Botswana,
South Africa and Mozambique.

The southern parts of the Emalahleni Municipality form part of the precinct referred to as the
Energy Mecca of South Africa, due to its rich deposits of coal reserves and power stations
such as Kendal, Matla, Duvha and GaNala. The southward road and rail network connect
the Emalahleni area to the Richards Bay and Maputo harbours, offering export opportunities
for the coal reserves. The municipality is a host of the biggest mining houses in the country
and world. These are Anglo-American (Anglo-Coal), BHPBilliton, Exstrata and Exarro./


Geographic and Demographic features:

The geographical area of Emalahleni municipality is 2677.6710 square kilometres, and it
consists of 32 wards. The municipality is 1600 meters above sea level.


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The municipality has grown tremendously since the last census in 2001. At the time of
Census 2001 there were 276 412 people represented by 74919 formal households. The
2007 Community Survey put the number of people in the municipality at 435 217
represented by 105 502 households. Therefore the municipality has seen a population
growth of almost 57% in five years. Further 75% of the population is residing in eMalahleni
City. The municipality has approximately 57% economically active population.

The growth of the municipality is continuing at a fast pace. The building of the new Eskom
Power plant will also contribute to the growth of the municipality in terms of population and
economic activity. The results of Census 2011 are not yet out but the indications are that the
results will show that the population of the municipality has grown beyond the Community
Survey number of 435 217.

The breakdown of the population concentration according to the respective areas of
Emalahleni Local Municipality is as follows:

         CENTRES                                              PERCENTAGE       TYPE OF
                                                              OF TOTAL         COMMUNITY/
                                                              POPULATION       AREA
         eMalahleni City (Including the KwaGuqa Areas)                  69% Largely
                                                                            urban,
                                                                            industrial and
                                                                            mining
         Ogies and Phola                                                 9% Urban and
                                                                            mining
         GaNala and Thubelihle                                           6% Urban and
                                                                            mining
         Van Dyksdrift                                                   2% Mining & rural
         Non-urban                                                      11% Farming
                                                                            areas
         Total                                                         100%

Access to services:

The municipality is able to deliver services to its community and the status quo in respect of
access to services is as follows:
      71% of households have access to electricity, 98% have access to piped
         water
      88% of households have access to toilets or pit latrines of which 69% have
         waterborne sewer
      97% have access to refuse removal

Economic Activity:

The primary business centre in Emalahleni is the eMalahleni CBD, which includes offices,
retail, general business and commercial uses. There are also decentralized nodes in the
eMalahleni area with mainly retail uses, like the Saveways, Highveld Mall and Klipfontein
shopping centres. The casino (The Ridge) in eMalahleni offers a five star hotel, restaurants
and entertainment centre. A new Stay Easy Hotel, which is part of the Southern Sun Group,
has been recently completed and opened for business.

The economy of eMalahleni City is growing and this is seen with the extensions being made
to the Highveld Mall and a new Checkers centre being constructed



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GaNala and Ogies have business nodes, with offices, retail and general business activities.
New coal mines have been opened in Ogies and this is contributing to high economic activity
in area especially for the housing sector. There are small, mostly informal businesses,
conducted in the former township areas.

The Emalahleni municipality’s economy is one of the largest in the Nkangala District. It also
hosts a broad range of economic activities. The electricity sector is dominant in the
economy, even though the sector is subject to cyclical dynamics. The electricity sector’s
contribution to the economy is followed by mining, community services, manufacturing, and
trade.

Due to the rich coal reserves in the Emalahleni Municipality, Eskom is constructing a new
power station, known as Kusile, in the south western part of eMalahleni City.

The first state-owned mine, Vlakfontein Coal Mine, is being established also in southern part
of the municipality and was officially launched by the President of the country on 26
February 2011. The mine is managed by African Exploration Mining and Finance
Corporation.

The private sector is also contributing in the development of the municipality by aligning their
Social Labour Plans with the municipality’s Integrated Development Plans and thus have
constructed; amongst others, clinics, community hall in Hlalanikahle, adult learning centre,
hawkers’ cubicles, youth centre and the establishment of the small business hub. The big
business include:
                      Anglo-coal
                      Xstrata
                      BHP Billiton
                      Evraz Highveld Steel & Vanadium
                      Siyanda Coal
                      Samancor (Ferrometals)


VISION AND MISSION OF THE MUNICIPALITY

The Vision of the municipality is:

“Striving together to be an excellent centre for service delivery and development”.

The Mission of the municipality is
“Providing affordable, accessible and sustainable quality service, enhancing community
participation and creating a climate for economic development”

In pursuance of its Vision and Mission Emalahleni adopted the following values:
                                  Efficiency
                                  Effectiveness
                                  Transparency
                                  Community involvement
                                  Growth and development

The following represent the Key Focus Areas of the Emalahleni Municipality:
                              Financial Viability
                              Infrastructure Development and Service Delivery
                              Community Participation and Intergovernmental Relations


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                              Local Economic Development
                              Performance Management System
                              IDP implementation
                              Good Governance


ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS

The municipality’s organogram is as follows:


                                     COUNCIL



                        WHIP         OFFICE OF THE     SPEAKER
                                   EXECUTIVE MAYOR




                                  MUNICIPAL MANAGER




    ADMINISTRATION      FINANCE     DEVELOPMENT      INFRASTRUCTURE     PUBLIC
     & RESOURCE                       PLANNING       & BASIC SERVICES   SAFETY
     MANAGEMENT




THE FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION OF THE MUNICIPALITY:

The payment rate as at 30 June 2011 was standing at 87.09% as compared to the same
period in 2010 which was 98.5 The decrease in the payment rate can be ascribed to many
issues which include amongst others, the global recession in 2009 that forced local
companies to lay off people. The impact of the 2009 recession is has been that the people
who were laid off in 2009 are not able to pay for the municipal services.

The proximity of the municipality to mines and the Gauteng Province has led to the
municipality loosing some of its key personnel in the technical field. One of the reason
employees are leaving the municipality is the high salaries offered by the mines and the
metropolitan municipalities. The positions of the Municipal Manager and Head: Water
Services are vacant and became so after the Section 106 investigation. The former Head of
Water services has appealed against his dismissal and the matter is pending at CCMA.



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LONG TERM LOANS (AT 30/6/2011)

INSTITUTION   AMOUNT          3 YEARS   5 YEARS   7 YEARS   10 YEARS 15 YEARS

    INCA            90,713      
    INCA           341,077                
    INCA          3,842,842               
    INCA          2,781,652                         
    INCA          3,291,130                                    
    INCA          2,071,820                                             
    INCA         18,424,444                                             
    INCA          2,351,679                                             
    INCA          5,571,112                         
    INCA           450,591                                     
    INCA          4,378,787                                             
    ABSA           461,033                          
    ABSA           974,385                                     
    ABSA          6,005,338                                             
   DBSA           2,055,495               
   DBSA           4,579,993                         
   DBSA            436,350                                     
   DBSA          10,335,372                                    
   DBSA           1,936,578                                    
   DBSA          11,807,031                                             
   DBSA           5,693,242                                             
   DBSA          73,627,744                                             
   DBSA           2,007,915                                             
 NEDBANK          4,456,866               
 NEDBANK         10,828,348                         
 NEDBANK         57,156,756                                             
   TOTAL        235,958,293




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 CHAPTER 2
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS




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INTRODUCTION

The opening of new mines and increased economic activity within the municipality has seen the large migration
of people from other areas to Emalahleni. The exponential growth of the population and the establishment of
new townships has put a strain on the infrastructure of the municipality.

Further to that the aging municipal infrastructure has resulted in material losses to the amount of R222 299 599
which were incurred as a result of water and electricity distribution losses.



PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS

During the year under review the municipality had the following achievements:
     1. Number of new houses electrified: 800
     2. Number of new water connections: 653
     3. Number of new houses built:            1,117
     4. Collection levels (payment rate):      90.15%

Despite the abovementioned achievement the municipality has the following service delivery backlogs:
    1. Electricity                              26,000 households
    2. Water                                    4,500 households
    3. Basic Sanitation                       18,546 households
    4. Refuse removal                           5,500 households
    5. Roads                                      330 kilometers not tarred

The level of services within the municipality’s area of jurisdiction can be summarized as follows:

Urban areas
    1. Water                         : Yard connections metered
    2. Sewer                         : Yard connections
    3. Electricity                   : Yard connections (pre-paid and conventional electricity meters)
    4. Roads                         : tarred, gravel and concrete paved roads

Farm areas
Water                                : JoJo tanks installed and boreholes. These are located within 200m
                                       walking distance. Water is also delivered through the mobile water tanks
Sanitation                           : VIP toilets

Informal settlements
Water             : Communal stand pipes within 200m (RDP standards)
Electricity       : Yard connections where township establishment is completed.
Sanitation        : VIP toilets
Roads             : Gravel roads

Outages
Electricity
              Bulk Outages:          40% (Theft and vandalism accounts for ±80%)
              Network:               35%

Water
              Bulk Outages:          30% (Load shedding accounts for ±20%)
              Network:               12%


Relating backlogs to Municipal Spending on Service Delivery Infrastructure

                                      30 June 2009                                 30 June 2010                             30 June 2011
                      Required        Budgeted       Actual          Required       Budgeted    Actual          Required    Budgeted       Actual
Water Backlogs
(Kl pm)
Backlog to be                 6428             483            5945          5945          385            5560        3565            500            500
eliminated:
(Number of
households not
receiving minimum
standards of
service).

Backlogs to be                100%              8%            92%         100%            6%             94%         100%          18.3%        81.7%
eliminated:
(Percentage/house
holds identified as
backlogs/total

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                                   30 June 2009                                 30 June 2010                             30 June 2011
                      Required     Budgeted       Actual          Required       Budgeted    Actual          Required    Budgeted       Actual
households).


Water Backlogs
(6Kl pm)
Spending on new            26000         18600         30000          15600          20000       130000          36000              0               0
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R’000).
Spending on                44000         11200         33000          33000          17000        16000          15000           4600            4600
renewal of existing
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R’000).
Total spending to          57000         38500         19000          95000           1900        76000          63000           2300            2300
eliminate backlogs:
(R’000).
Spending on                 9000         27000         27000          18000           9000            9000        1600           9000            9000
maintenance to
ensure no new
backlogs created:
(R000).

Sanitation
backlogs
Backlog to be                300         12186         12186          12186            200        11986          17602            350             350
eliminated:
(Number of
households not
receiving minimum
standards of
service).
Backlogs to be             100%            36%             64%         100%            2%             98%         100%           3.8%        96.2%
eliminated:
(Percentage/house
holds identified as
backlogs/total
households).
Spending on new            18000           4000        14000          14000           4000        10000          60000          30000        30000
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R -000).
Spending on                19000           4500        14500             1900         4500            1400       78000           8000            8000
renewal of existing
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R – 000).
Total spending to          58000         50000         80000          12000           9000            3000       68000          16000        16000
eliminate backlogs:
(R – 000).
Spending on                37000           9000        28000          36000          36000        27000          52000          19000        19000
maintenance to
ensure no new
backlogs created:
(R – 000).

Refuse Removal
Backlogs
Backlog to be              17500                           3682          7000            0            3000       16027              0        16027
eliminated:
(Number of
households not
receiving minimum
standards of
service).
Backlogs to be             100%             0%             21%         100%            0%             42%         100%            6%         100%
eliminated:
(Percentage/house
holds identified as
backlogs/total
households).
Spending on new           860816        860816        848741         191878         191878      1646000           2429           2429            2312


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                                   30 June 2009                                 30 June 2010                                30 June 2011
                      Required     Budgeted       Actual          Required       Budgeted    Actual          Required       Budgeted       Actual
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R -000).
Spending on              2180000        2180000     1909121         3341229        3341229      3341228             1975            1975            1968
renewal of existing
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R – 000).

Total spending to        3040816        3040816     2757862         5260207        5260207      4987228             4404            4404            4280
eliminate backlogs:
(R – 000).
Spending on              2062944        2062944     2062944          231441         231441      2314439             2736            2736            2740
maintenance to
ensure no new
backlogs created:
(R – 000).

Electricity
Backlogs
(10kWh pm)
Backlog to be              20000            840             840       19160           1200             920          26000          11124        11124
eliminated:
(Number of
households not
receiving minimum
standards of
service).
Backlogs to be             100%             4%              4%         100%            6%              5%           100%             9%              9%
eliminated:
(Percentage/house
holds identified as
backlogs/total
households).
Spending on new             4000           3000            3000          2645         2300            1900   300000000             17924        17924
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R -000).
Spending on             40000000        8000000     8000000           32312          28097        12090       10000000          10000000               0
renewal of existing
infrastructure to
eliminate backlogs:
(R – 000).
Total spending to          44000          11000        11000          34957          30397        13990      310000000           1017000               0
eliminate backlogs:
(R – 000).
Spending on                18000           9000            9500       17608          15311        18373         500000                 0               0
maintenance to
ensure no new
backlogs created:
(R – 000).


Building and zoning plans

Applications            Category             Number of new                  Total value of               Applications
outstanding                                   applications               Applications received          outstanding as
as at 1 July                               received 2010/2011                    Rand                         at
   2010                                                                        (R000.0)                  30 June 2011

0                     Residential new             2,184                         1,198,132.10                    0
0                      Residential                1,472                         427,357.55                     34
                        additions
0                      Commercial                   65                          9,215,908.85                    0
0                       Industrial                  59                           183,385.77                     0
0                      Other School                 17                           49,381.94                      0




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   CHAPTER 3
HUMAN RESOURCES AND OTHER
ORGANISATIONAL MANAGEMENT




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        DIRECTORATE: ADMINISTRATION AND RESOURCE
                      MANAGEMENT
Number of staff per sub-vote, expressed as total positions and current Vacancies (full-time staff equivalents: FTF’s)


                                                                    NO OF STAFF
 NO OF SUB-VOTE                                                                        VACANCIES
                                                                    BUDGETED
  Executive & Council
  - Mayor’s Office                                                        3                   1
  - Speaker                                                               2                   0
  - Municipal Manager                                                     3                   1
  - Community participation & Communication                               2                   0
  - Internal Auditing                                                     3                   2
  - PMS & IDP                                                             2                   0
  - LED & Marketing                                                       2                   1
  - PMU                                                                   4                   1

  Total Executive Council                                                 21                   6

  Finance
  - Administration                                                        4                   2
  - Expenditure & Financial Planning                                     21                   11
  - Revenue                                                              68                   22
  - Stores                                                               13                   3
  - Market                                                                7                   1

 Total Finance                                                           113                  39
 Administration
  - Administration                                                       28                   8
  - Human Resources                                                       9                   2
  - Information Technology                                                6                   0
  - Fleet                                                                54                   12
 Total Administration                                                    97                   22
 Planning & Development
  - Spatial Planning                                                      5                   6
  - Land Use Management                                                   3                   2
  - Administration                                                        2                   3
  - Primary Health Care Clinics                                          50                   17
  - Cultural Centre                                                      26                   8
  - Libraries                                                            26                   12
  - Cemeteries                                                           13                   4
  - Housing                                                              26                   11
  - Parks, Recreation & Sport                                            94                   36
  - Environmental Management                                             10                   1
  - Solid Waste                                                          194                  17
  - Nature Reserve & Resort                                              29                   6

 Total Planning & Development                                            478                 123




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                                                                           NO OF STAFF
 SUB-VOTE                                                                  BUDGETED           VACANCIES
 Public Safety
  - Administration                                                               4                    0
  - Licensing                                                                    31                   9
  - Traffic                                                                      51                   10
  - Security                                                                     21                   1
  - Fire & Disaster Management                                                   52                   8

 Total Public Safety                                                            159                   28
 Infrastructure and Basic Services
  - Sewerage Purification                                                        77                   6
  - Sewerage Network                                                             42                   3
  - Roads & Storm Water                                                          35                   16
  - Water (Purification / Storage)                                               34                   3
  - Water Network / Distribution                                                 57                   6
  - Electricity Distribution                                                    150                   14
  - Administration                                                               7                    0
  - Building Control                                                             12                   2

 Total Infrastructure & Basic Services                                          414                   50



 GRAND TOTAL                                                                    1282                 268


Disclosures Concerning Councillors, Directors and Senior Officials for the Period of 01 July 2009 to 30 June 2011
Description Salaries and Wages Contributions                         Allowances                    Housing Advance        Other        Arrears Total
                                                                                                   Benefits & R`000       Benefits &   Owed
                                                                                                   Allow                  Allow        to
            R`000                                                                                                         R`000        Munic
                                 R`000                               R`000                         R`000
            Normal        Over- Pension      Med Aid       Other Car & Travel Acc Subs
                          time

MM               734,310                   0        34,210                 317,596                         0                  19,497            1,105,613

CFO              570,437              90,000        16,560                 134,948                                            13,497              825,442
Act Direc        564,263             122,016        20,091                  96,000                  9,575                     13,497              825,442
ARM
Direc IBS        537,735             108,000        34,210                 132,000                                            13,497              825,442
Direc PS         573,502              82,928        23,515                 132,000                                            13,497              825,442
Direc DDP        597,619              83,502        27,014                 103,810                                            13,497              825,442

Executive        394,623              59,196                               151,272                                            17,952              623,041
Mayor

Speaker          221,832              33,289        22,572                 121,018                 85,360                     17,952              502,023

MMC PS           172,072              25,826        22,464                 113,454                120,000                     17,952              471,768
MMC IBS          295,957              44,405                               113,454                                            17,952              471,768
MMC DDP          280,931              42,151        17,280                 113,454                                            17,952              471,768
MMC ARM          295,457              44,405                               113,454                                            17,952              471,768
MMC              176,583              26,499        17,280                 113,454                120,000                     17,952              471,768
FINANCE
MMC LED           280,931             42,151        17,280               113,454                                              17,952             471,768
WHIP              280,931             42,151        17,280               113,454                                              17,952             471,768
Total           5,977,681            846,519       269,756        -    1,982,822       -      -   344,935             -      248,550         - 9,660,263
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                          SKILLS OR LEVELS OF EDUCATION ATTAINED BY STAFF
                                                                                                         Includes
      Course Name
                                                           Skills                             In-        SAQA                                                                Target           Total
      or               Nave of                                        NQF         Informal/                          Type of
No.                                    Skills Area         Priority                           house/     reg.                         Start Date   End Date     Duration     Employment       No.       Actual Cost
      Qualification    Provider                                       Level       Formal                             intervention
                                                           No.                                External   unit                                                                Category         Trained
      Title
                                                                                                         standards
1     Basic
      Electrical       Colliery                                                                                                                                              Technicians
      Training         Training        Specialist                                                                                                                            & Trade
                       College         technical                 2    Unknown     Formal      External   Yes         Apprenticeship   6/4/2009     26/06/2009   2 months     Workers               3    R 59,086.65
2     Certificate
      Programme in
      Housing
      Development&
      Management       Wits Business   Management /                                                                                                                                                          Donor
                       School          leadership                1            7   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      29/06/2009   20/11/2009   5 Months     Professionals         3        Funded
3     Disciplinary                                                                                                                                                           Directors and
      Skills                           Management /                                                                                                                          Corporate
                       CBA Training    leadership                2    Unknown     Formal      External               Short Course     8/7/2009      10/7/2009            3   Managers             13     R67,438.98
4     Basic
      Electrical       Colliery                                                                                                                                              Technicians
      Training         Training        Specialist                                                                                                                            & Trade
                       College         technical                 2    Unknown     Formal      External   Yes         Apprenticeship   29/06/2009   18/09/2009   3 months     Workers               9    R145,281.60
5     Local
      Economic                         Social/community/
      Development                      economic
      Programme        Vulindlela      development and                                                                                                                                                       Donor
                       Academy         planning                  8            6   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      22/06/2009   26/06/2009   5 days                            10        Funded
6                      EXXARO                                                                                                                                                                                Donor
      ABET             Matla Coal      ABET                      2                Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      26/01/2009     1/5/2009   4 Months     Labourers             5        Funded
7
                                                                                                                                                                             Directors and
                       Wits Business   Management /                                                                                                                          Corporate
      CPLD             School          leadership                1            7   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      28/09/2009   19/05/2010   8 Months     Managers              4    R152,000.00
8                                                                                                                                                                            Technicians
      N2 Electrical    Nkangala        Specialist                                                                                                                            & Trade
      Training         FET College     technical                 2    Unknown     Formal      External               Certificate      14/09/2009   30/11/2009   2 months     Workers              15     R17,988.00
9     Fleet                                                                                                                                                                  Clerical &
      Management       Alpha and                                                                                                                                             Administrative
                       Omega           Administration            1            5   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      26/08/2009   28/09/2009   3 days       Workers               2     R13,980.00
10    Certificate in
      Municipal
      Finance
      Management
      Programme                                                                                                                                                                                              Donor
                       IMFO            Financial                 1            6   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      13/05/2009   15/01/2010   8 Months     Professionals         5        Funded
11    Key issues:
      Housing                                                                                                                                                                Directors and
      Strategy         University of   Management /                                                                                                                          Corporate                       Donor
                       Johannesburg    leadership                3            6   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      13/10/2009   14/10/2009   2 Days       Managers              2        Funded
12    Introduction:
      Housing
      Policy:                                                                                                                                                                Clerical &
      Housing          University of                                                                                                                                         Administrative                  Donor
      Administrators   Johannesburg    Administration            3            5   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      26/10/2009   27/10/2009   2 Days       Workers               3        Funded
13                     Mahube
      Waste water      Training and    Specialist                                                                                                                                                            Donor
      treatment        development     technical                 2            2   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      7/9/2009      11/9/2009                Labourers            23        Funded
14                     Mahube
      Waste water      Training and    Specialist                                                                                                                                                            Donor
      treatment        development     technical                 2            2   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate                                             Labourers            35        Funded
15    Advanced         Colliery                                                                                                                                              Technicians
      Electrical       Training        Specialist                                                                                                                            & Trade
      Training         College         technical                 2    Unknown     Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      21/09/2009   11/12/2009   2 months     Workers               2     R32,284.80
16                     Edcom                                                                                                                                                 Clerical &
      Call Centre      Training                                                                                                                                              Administrative
      Training         Centre          Client service            3            4   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate                                             Workers              10     R35,000.00
17                     Colleen
      Assessor         Osorio SD
      Course           Consultancy     Training skills          10            5   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      26/10/2009   29/10/2009   3 days       Professionals         2      R8,664.00
18                     Ulwazi
                       Computer                                                                                                                                              Clerical &
      Computer         Training        Computer                                                                                                                              Administrative                  Donor
      Course           Centre          Literacy                 11    Unknown     Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      5/10/2009    29/10/2009                Workers               6        Funded
19    Advanced
      Transport &                                                                                                                                                            Clerical &
      Fleet            Alpha and       Management /                                                                                                                          Administrative
      Management       Omega           leadership                2            6   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      11/11/2009   13/11/2009   3 days       Workers               2     R13,980.00
20                     Edcom                                                                                                                                                 Clerical &
      Computer         Training        Computer                                                                                                                              Administrative
      Course           Centre          Literacy                 11            3   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      18/01/2010    12/2/2010   1 Month      Workers              12     R82,500.00
21                                                                                                                                                                           Technicians
      Electrical       Nkangala        Specialist                                                                                                                            & Trade
      Training         FET College     technical                 2            8   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      Jan-10          Apr-10    3 months     Workers              19     R25,300.00
22    Support
      programme:
      Public
      Housing
      Practitioners    University of
                       Johannesburg    Administration            3            6   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      15/02/2010   18/02/2010   3 days       Professionals         2     R31,940.00
23    Electrical
      Training,        Colliery                                                                                                                                              Technicians
      Trade test       Training        Specialist                                                                                                                            & Trade
                       College         technical                 2    Unknown     Formal      External   Yes         Apprenticeship   29/06/2009   18/09/2009   2 months     Workers               2     R32,284.80




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                                                                                                   Includes
      Course Name
                                                     Skills                             In-        SAQA                                                              Target          Total
      or              Nave of                                   NQF         Informal/                          Type of
No.                                   Skills Area    Priority                           house/     reg.                         Start Date   End Date     Duration   Employment      No.       Actual Cost
      Qualification   Provider                                  Level       Formal                             intervention
                                                     No.                                External   unit                                                              Category        Trained
      Title
                                                                                                   standards
24    Advanced
      Electrical      Colliery                                                                                                                                       Technicians
      Training        Training        Specialist                                                                                                                     & Trade                        Donor
                      College         technical            2    Unknown     Formal      External   Yes         Apprenticeship   11/1/2010     12/3/2010   2 months   Workers               4       Funded
25    Executive
      Leadership
      Development
      Programme       University of   Management /                                                                                                                                                  Donor
                      Pretoria        leadership           1            6   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      18/11/2009   16/07/2010   8 Months   Legislators          10       Funded
26    Certificate
      Programme in
      Municipal       University of   Management /                                                                                                                                                  Donor
      Governance      Johannesburg    leadership           1            5   Formal      External   Yes         Certificate      11/3/2010     8/10/2010   7 Months   Legislators           4       Funded

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                        ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTION


                                                                                                                                             Number                  R (000s)
                          Number and cost to employer of all municipal staff employed:                                                        1336                   2,444,307,525
                          - Professional (Managerial/Specialist)                                                                               139                     650,518,376
                          - Field (Supervisory/Foremen)                                                                                        217                      40,657,657
                          - Office (Clerical/Administrative)                                                                                   224                     307,492,314
                          - Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce)                                                                  696                     137,856,891
                          - Temporary Staff                                                                                                     55                   1,305,335,940
                          - Contract Staff                                                                                                       5                       2,446,344



                                                              Detail                                                                                      Total
                          - Professional (Managerial/Specialist)
                          Males       African 56     White 15       Coloured                               1       Indian         1                         73
                          Females African 52         White 13       Coloured                               0       Indian         1                         66                     139
                           - Field (Supervisory/Foremen)
                          Males       African 155 White 24          Coloured                              2        Indian         0                        181
                          Females African 35         White 0        Coloured                              0        Indian         0                         36                     217
                           - Office (Clerical/Admin)
                          Males       African 55     White 9       Coloured                               1       Indian          0                         65
                          Females African 120 White 32 Coloured                                           7       Indian          0                        159                     224
                           - Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce
                          Males       African 584 White 3           Coloured                               2       Indian         0                        589
                          Females African 105 White 0               Coloured                               2       Indian         0                        107                  696
                           - Temporary Staff                                                                                                                55                   55
                           - Contract Staff                                                                                                                  5                    5
                                                                                                                                                          1336                 1336



                        KEY PERFORMANCE AREA

                        Objective                                       Performance During the Year,                                  Current                   Target
                        To capacitate employees                         58.15% Achieved – To train 356                                207                       356
                        to acquire the necessary                        employees on various training
                        skill level                                     interventions as per the Workplace
                                                                        Skills Plan (WSP) (actual 207 and
                                                                        target 356 as per WSP). Reason
                                                                        for variance insufficient funds.

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To induct new recruits in     73.68% Achieved – To induct the           58     76
order to achieve the vision   76 new recruits (Actual 110 = and
and mission of the            Target = 76) - Variance – Ongoing
municipality                  and intending to include current
                              personnel when returning from
                              leave
To ensure a safe working      100% Achieved- Health & Safety            100%   3%
environment                   Committee Established (Actual
                              100% And Target 10%) – In –
                              service training for Health & Safety
                              representatives was conducted.
                              Variance Health & Safety
                              improvement on going

To minimize labour unrest     90% Achieved – proactively                100%   10%
                              adherence to the Policies &
                              Procedures (actual 100% and
                              Target 20%) – Variance provide in-
                              service training in Conflict
                              Management. Meeting with Trade
                              Unions held. Training was only
                              focus on managerial positions
To promote employee           80% Achieved – EAP Campaign               100%   20%
assistance well being         introduced ( actual 100% target
                              20% ) variance to send employees
                              from waste management and plant
                              purification for certificate of fitness




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KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS

-   Trends on total personnel expenditure over the last years as a percentage of
    the actual budget:

     Financial year                    R                                    %

    2010/2011                   296,114,063                               23.97
    2009/2010                   285,323,385                               26.55
    2008/2009                   265,283,858                               27.88
    2007/2008                   224,990,931                               31.54
    2006/2007                   196,869,273                               29.25
    2005/2006                   184,342,035                               35.19
    2004/2005                   168,915,077                               35.72


-   Arrears (outstanding monies), owed to the municipality by employees /
    councillors (as at 30 June 2011):

    Owed by Employees                                  R106,299.54

      PAY NO.   SURNAME AND INITIALS            ACC. NO.   CURR.       INST ON      NOTES    BAL ON
                                                            ACC          ARR                ARRMENT

     S901785    TLOU MAGDALINE MANKILENG         1402293      345.45      100.00        2     4,043.83
     S612055    DOLAMO / KOMANE                  1405535    4,008.30      No Arr.       3     3,933.30
     S901775    MOENG (BEKUMUZI D)               1433229      852.76      500.00        4     5,250.03
     S910234    MNGOMEZULU (MAHLANGU N)          1504282      750.32      500.00        4     6,761.25
     S912480    MOTHA & SITHOLE J Z              1515780      487.17      250.00              2,810.80
     S602238    TSAMBE BEN B N                   1700294    2,488.70    1,000.00              8,887.50
     S210347    SIBIYA J W & M                   1722506      272.73       22.41        5    21,913.96
     S100004    MABUZA FT                        1895001      791.76       67.63        1    19,953.92
     S510526    NCONGWANE (MSIZA JACK)           1387588      384.16      133.84        4     4,681.06
     S912730    MAZIBUKO (TWALA V)               1387316      250.42      150.00        4    16,149.63
     S100960    MNISI P V & D                    1861085      238.01      100.00              9,337.22
     S110234    VICTORY MINISTRIES (NZ NKOSI)    2664194      793.46      350.00        4     1,558.31
     S413230    BILA C M                         1408836      901.02      500.00              1,018.73
     S210324    NXUMALO P E                      2703343    2,564.11        0.00              25.64.11
                TOTAL                                      15,128.37    3,673.88            106,299.54
     NOTES:

     1)   Under Debt Review - see Court Case 1209/2008.
     2)   Newly appointed personnel
     3)   Hostel-tenants
     4)   Personnel (name in brackets) paying on behalf of a family member.
     5)   Arrangement done by V Mahlalela




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      CHAPTER 4
AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND
RELATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION




                21
22
    CHAPTER 5
FUNCTIONAL AREA SERVICE DELIVERY




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EXECUTIVE AND COUNCIL

The function entails the running and functioning of council and its committees. The council has the following committees which
are chaired by members of the mayoral committee:
         Mayoral Committee
         Section 79 Committee on Admin and Resource Management
         Section 79 Committee on Local Economic Development
         Section 79 Committee on Development Planning
         Section 79 Committee on Finance
         Section 79 Committee on Public Safety
         Section 79 Committee on Infrastructure and Basic Services
         Land Use Committee
         Oversight Committee
         Budget Committee
         Revenue Enhancement Committee

The function also includes activities undertaken in the offices of the Municipal Manager with the units, Executive Mayor,
Speaker and Whip.

The composition of Council is as follows:

         Number of councillors                               64
         Number of Wards                                     32
         Number of female councillors                        30
         ANC councilors                                      47
         DA councilors                                       13
         APC councillor                                      1
         FF Plus councillor                                  1
         ACDP councilor                                      1
         AZAPO councilor                                     1


ADMINISTRATION

Responsible for human resources management, Information technology, fleet management, records management, legal
services and corporate services.

The function of human resources management within the municipality is administered as follows and includes:

         Personnel and administration – recruit and selection
         Human resources development – training, skill development and induction
         Labour relations and occupational safety

Information technology
         Website
         Information processing

Fleet management
        Fleet maintenance

Records management
        Archives and record keeping of all correspondences

Legal services
         Contract management and legal advise

Corporate services
        Council meetings
        Mayoral committee meetings
        Section 79 committee meetings
        Other committees of council.
     
Key issues
        To capacitate employees to acquire the necessary skills
        To ensure a safe working environment
        To promote Employment Equity
        To minimise labour unrest
        To promote employees' assistance and well being




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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

Finance

The Finance function within the municipality is responsible for revenue management, expenditure and financial planning, and
supply chain management.

The key issues are as follows:

Revenue
           Revenue management (meter readings, monthly accounts, etc.)
           Credit control and debt collection
           Customer care
           Revenue collection / billing
           Property Rates

Expenditure & Financial Planning
         Creditors : Trade and Sundry
         Payroll
         Costing
         Budget
         Cash flow management
         Asset management
         Insurance
         Financial statements

Supply chain management
        Demand management
        Acquisition management
        Logistics management

For the year under review (income, payment rate, outstanding debtors, issues around cut-offs, outstanding loans)

Total revenue                     R1,352,462,002
Outstanding loans                 R
Debtor billing                    R 904,500,723
Outstanding Debtors               R 639,875,537
Debtors payment rate              85.46%
Debt coverage                     1,41 times
Cost coverage                     0.52 times


ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTION
                                     Detail                                                  Total
                                                                              R (000s)               R (000s)

 Debtor billings: number and value of monthly billings:                           893,449                904,501

 Debtor collections: value of amount received and interest:

 Function - <list function here eg: water, electricity etc>

 Debtor analysis: amount outstanding over 30, 60, 90 and 120 plus days:
  - Total debts outstanding over 30, 60, 90 and 120 plus days across
 debtors by function (eg: water, electricity etc)

 Analysis     Electr    Water     Refuse      Sewer Prop.Rates Other                 Total
 30 Days        9,888    5,989      1,747     2,056    3,491     2,138             25,309
 60 Days        5,047    4,569      1,546     1,760    2,751     1,749             17,422
 90 Days        3,897    4,440      1,453     1,613    2,674     0,797             14,874
 120 Days+103,567 132,473 56,899 59,943               85,138    40,824            478,844
 Current      26,110     11,799    3,617      4,519   11,583     3,567             61,204
 Total       148,509 159,270 65,262 69,891            105,637   49,084            597,653




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                                 Detail                                             Total
Write off of debts: number and value of debts written off:            Number                 R (000s)
- Total debts written off each month across debtors                                 0          28,237,591
Property rates (Residential):
- Number and value of properties rated (land values)                        75,600             17,981,661
- Number and value of properties not rated                                          0                     0
- Number and value of rate exemptions                                             61              127,720
- Rates collected for the current year                                      75,600                 87,789
Rebate provided to pensioners,                                                    740           2,255,412
Property rates (Commercial):
- Number and value of properties rated (land values)                           2,500            5,386,737
- Number and value of properties not rated                                          0                     0
- Number and value of rate exemptions                                               0                     0
- Rates collected for the current year                                         2,500            5,386,737
Regional Service Council (RSC) levies: (Not applicable)                  N/A                            N/A
- Number and value of returns                                            N/A                            N/A
- Total Establishment levy                                               N/A                            N/A
- Total Services levy                                                    N/A                            N/A
- Levies collected for the current year                                  N/A                            N/A
Property valuation:                                                      N/A                            N/A
- Year of last valuation (new roll underway)                                   2008                     N/A
- Regularity of valuation                                           every 4 years                       N/A
                                                                     Exemption
                                                                      obtained
Indigent Policy:
- Quantity (number of households affected) (p.a.)                           11,525                 19,171
- Quantum (total value across municipality) (p.a.)                         138,300                 36,705
Creditor Payments:
Total number of cheques issued (2010/2011)                                  11,654          1,374,360,816
Total loans received and paid during the year
- Received                                                                                                0
- Paid                                                                                         28,002,028

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS


Performance During the Year, Performance Targets Against Actual
                                                                      Current                 Target
         Achieved and Plans to Improve Performance

Financial viability


The 2009/2010 Financial Statements have been audited and Council      Qualified             Unqualified
obtained a qualified audit report
The 2010/2011 Financial Statements are still being audited by the    Unaudited
Auditor-general



Reconciliation of 95% of control accounts quarterly
                                                                      98.00%                      97.73%




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 Performance During the Year, Performance Targets Against Actual
                                                                                Current             Target
             Achieved and Plans to Improve Performance
 Billing consumers before or on the 30th of each month
                                                                                  20th of each       30th of each
                                                                                        month              month

 Division of Revenue reports monthly                                          Before or on the   Before or on the
                                                                                  10th of each               10th
                                                                                        month
 Debtor billings: number and value of monthly billings
 Number                                                                              ±70,000               72,000
 Value                                                                                75,137               75,000
 Annual Financial Statements submitted to the Auditor General                    31 Aug 2011             Aug 2011


 Budget Timetable submitted to Council                                            4 Aug 2011             Sep 2011


 Draft Budget submitted to Council                                         8 Mar 2011 to MM              Mar 2011


 Final Budget submitted to Council                                                5 May 2011             May 2011


 Monthly Financial Report to Council                                                   Monthly            Monthly


 Annual Report (2009/2010) to Council                                          16 Feb 2011 to            Feb 2011
                                                                                  Exec Mayor



DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

CLINICS

 Function:                Health
 Sub Function:            Clinics
   Reporting Level                                   Detail                                      Total
 Overview:                Includes all activities associated with the provision of
                          health
 Description of the       The function for the provision of community health
 Activity:                clinics within the municipality is administered as follows
                          and includes:
                          Child health i.e. prevention of diseases by
                          Immunisations and child development. Sick Babies -
                          Management and prevention of child sicknesses e.g.
                          diarrhoea. Ante-natal - management and care of
                          pregnant women, promote voluntary HIV testing for
                          pregnant women. Post Natal - Management and care of
                          mother and child after delivery. Family Planning -
                          Issuing of family planning methods and screening of
                          side effects. Sexual Transmitted Infections -
                          Management, treatment and follow ups. Pap Smears -
                          Screening cervical cancer. PHC Diagnostic and Cure -
                          Clinical assessment and management. Chronic
                          diseases - Management and treatment, adults, geriatrics
                          and children. Mental Health - Psychiatry, management,
                          and monitor prescribed medicine. Tuberculosis -
                          diagnostic information, education and monitor treatment.
                          HIV and AIDS - Clinical indication, pre-test and post test
                          counselling, education, provision of condoms and
                          promote Voluntary Testing.
                          To provide comprehensive primary health care to the
                          community



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                             The strategic objectives of this function are to:
                             Prevent spread of infectious diseases in all age groups.
                             Prevent spread of HIV in the community and work place.
                             Prevent complication during pregnancy.
                         1   Number and cost to employer of all health personnel:                           R (000s)
                              - Professional (Doctors/Specialists)                             1                0
                              - Professional (Nurses/Aides)                                   31                0
                              - Para-professional (Clinic staff qualified)                     4                0
                              - Non-professional (Clinic staff unqualified)                   18                0
                              - Temporary                                                      2                0
                              - Contract                                                                   R8 853 857
                             Note: total number to be calculated on full-time
                             equivalent (FTE) basis, total cost to include total salary
                             package
                         2   Number, cost of public, private clinics serving                                   R (000s)
                             population:
                              - Public Clinics (owned by municipality)                        7                   0
                              - Mobile Clinics (owned by municipality)                        3                   0
                         3   Total annual patient head count for service provided by
                             the municipality:
                              - 65 years and over
                              - between 40 and 64 years
                              - between 15 and 39 years
                              - 14 years and under
                             Note: if no age range available, place to other                186 727
                         4   Estimated backlog in number of and costs to build                                 R (000s)
                             clinics:
                             Construction of clinics                                          3            12 000 000
                             Note: total number should appear in IDP, and cost in
                             future budgeted capital works programme
                         5   Type and number of grants and subsidies received:                                 R (000s)
                             Subsidy
                                                                                              1            R5 162 368
                             Note: total value of specific health clinic grants actually
                             received during year to be recorded over the five
                             quarters - Apr to Jun last year, Jul to Sep, Oct to Dec,
                             Jan to Mar, Apr to Jun this year.
                         6   Total operating cost of health (clinic) function:                             11 700 078
Build 1 clinic at Kwa-        Planning stage to build the one clinic in Kwa-Guqa x 10      Completed          one
Guqa x 10 and 11             and 11 in process




COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES

Function:                    Community and Social Services
Sub Function:                All inclusive
  Reporting Level                                       Detail                                         Total
Overview:                    Includes all activities associated with the provision of
                             community and social services
Description of the           The function of provision of various community and
Activity:                    social services within the municipality is administered as
                             follows and includes:


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    Provision, promotion and administering of Sport and
    Recreation, Arts and Culture and Library Services.
    These services extend to include the above, but do not
    take account of approval of subsidies which resides
    within the jurisdiction of provincial government. The
    municipality has a mandate to provide, promote and
    administer Art and Culture, Sport and Recreation and
    Library Service
    Library Services: - To promote reading to all people in
    Emalahleni by: 1. Issuing of books to library users. 2.
    Initiating school holiday programs. 3. Providing mobile
    libraries to old age homes and areas where libraries are
    not available.
    Arts and Culture: - To ensure that development,
    nurturing and promotion of arts and culture in all
    relevant discipline / genre is upheld. To ensure that
    development workshops are being held where youth,
    school going children and amateur artists are involved.
    Sport and Recreation: - Upgrading of existing sport and
    recreation facilities. Developing of new sport facilities.
    Development of sport and recreation leagues.
    The strategic objectives of this function are to provide,
    promote and administer Art and Culture, Sport and
    Recreation and Library Services.
    The key issues are:
    Identify where Arts and Culture, Sport and Recreation
    and Library Services need to be provided.
    Provision of cemetery services in terms of: offering
    graves for burial, maintenance of the cemeteries and
    record keeping. Ensuring safe and healthy environment
    for children by regulating the facilities pertaining to child
    care, and to provide, manage, control and maintain land
    set aside for recreation, sightseeing and/or tourism and
    including play grounds.
    These services extend to include <function/area>, but
    do not take account of <function/area> which resides
    within the jurisdiction of <national/provincial/other
    private sector> government. The municipality has a
    mandate to:
    to establish, maintain and control facilities for the
    disposal of human remains.
    The strategic objectives of this function are to:
    to provide cemetery and crematoria services in the
    entire area of Emalahleni, to provide municipal parks
    and recreational facilities and to ensure the regulation of
    child care facilities.
    The key issues are:
    Identification of land and development of new cemetery
    and fencing of and securing all cemeteries which are not
    fenced. Development of new municipal park.
    Development of an environmental management plan for
    Emalahleni.
1   Nature and extent of facilities provided:                         no of       no of users:
                                                                    facilities:
    - Library services                                                  7           22564
    - Museums and art galleries                                         0             0
    - Other community halls/facilities                                  3          179028
    - Cemeteries and crematoriums (available to …)                      7          366 360


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                             - Child care (including crèches etc)                           0               0
                             - Aged care (including aged homes, home help)                  0               0
                             - Schools                                                      0               0
                             - Sporting facilities (specify) see attached list             84            182 636
                             - Parks (available to …)                                     109            183 180
                            Note: the facilities figure should agree with the assets
                            register
                        2   Number and cost to employer of all personnel                                 R(000s)
                            associated with each community services function:
                             - Library services                                            35            742 946
                             - Museums and art galleries                                    0               0
                             - Other community halls/facilities                            37           4 075 569
                             - Cemeteries and crematoriums                                 18           1 430 215
                             - Child care                                                   0               0
                             - Aged care                                                    0               0
                             - Schools                                                      0               0
                             - Parks and Sporting facilities                               73           8 619 071
                            Note: total number to be calculated on full-time
                            equivalent (FTE) basis, total cost to include total salary
                            package
                        6   Total operating cost of community and social services                      16 320 750
                            function

                             Performance During the Year, Performance Targets
 Key Performance
                               Against Actual Achieved and Plans to Improve              Current         Target
      Area
                                                Performance
Digging and provision       Adequate number of graves was provided, approx. 120          5 760         5 760 graves
of adequate graves          graves dug per week.                                         graves
for burial purposes.

Development and
maintenance of
municipal parks and         Hlalanikahle Park Developed and the Phola Park is
open spaces.                currently under development.                                           2                2
                            Grass was cut and weeds removed twice a month
Cutting of grass            during the active growing season                             860 ha          1270 ha
and maintenance
                            Lack of resources resulted in the variance. More
Public open                 resources will be budgeted for to overcome the
Space                       Challenge
Inspection and              133 Childcare facilities were registered                      133              133
registration of child
Care facilities
Fencing of unfenced         3 Active cemeteries were fenced and lockable gates
cemeteries                  installed. The reason for variance is insufficient funds.
                            More money will be budgeted for fencing of unfenced
                            cemeteries.                                                    3                7
Art and Culture,            Modification of ablution block at the Cultural Centre.
                            Improving the drive way entrance to the Theatre.
Sport and Recreation        Completion of a grand stand at SY Mthimunye Stadium
                            in Ackerville. Resurfacing of Schoongezicht tennis
                            courts.
and Library Services        Improving the library issuing of book system into a
                            computerised one.




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HOUSING

Function:                Housing
Sub Function:            N/A
  Reporting Level                                 Detail                                     Total
Overview:                Addressing the backlog through the following
                         Government programmes:
                         CBIS                                                         1355                 1355
                         PHP                                                           299                  299
                         ISUP                                                         1205                 1205
                         CRU                                                           136                  136
                         Klarinet Integrated Housing Project                           150                  150

Description of the       The function of provision of housing within the
Activity:                municipality is administered as follows and includes:
                         . Identification and acquisition of suitable land for
                         housing development
                         . Identification and verification of beneficiary lists
                         . Beneficiary subsidy application administration
                         . Appointment of contractors
                         . Quality control
                         . Facilitate implementation of the projects
                         . Project management, monitoring and evaluation
                         . Processing of claims
                         . Handover of houses
                         . Establishment of project steering committees and
                         facilitation of project meeting
                         These services extend to include all of the above, but do
                         not take account of the approval of subsidies which
                         resides within the jurisdiction of the Provincial
                         Government. The municipality has a mandate to:
                         Provide adequate and affordable housing to its
                         communities.
                         The strategic objectives of this function are to:
                         Facilitate housing development through a number of
                         instruments in the following areas: Thubelihle X 4,
                         Hlalanikahle 1 & 2, KwaGuqa 15 & 16, Emsagweni/
                         Empumelelweni, Thwala, Benela, Phola, Kwaguqa 11 &
                         Hlalanikahle 1 & 2, Kwaguqa Hostel 1; Block 5 &
                         Thushanang X 4
                         The key issues are:
                         Provision of houses to eradicate the huge housing
                         backlog facing Emalahleni.



Analysis of the
Function:
                     1   Number and cost of all personnel associated with                            R (000s)
                         provision of municipal housing:
                          - Professional (Architects/Consultants)                     1           265,020
                          - Field (Supervisors/Foremen)                               1           220,528
                          - Office (Clerical/Administration)                         11          2,091,874
                          - Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce)        17          1,322,360
                          - Temporary                                                 0              0
                          - Contract                                                  0              0


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                             Note: total number to be calculated on full-time
                             equivalent (FTE) basis, total cost to include total salary
                             package. Professional includes project design, Field
                             includes all tradespersons.
                         2   Number and total value of housing projects planned and                        R (000s)
                             current:
                              - Current (financial year after year reported on)                1361       59,211,666
                              - Planned (future years)                                        30500         3, 333,
                                                                                                           190,000
                             Note: provide total project and project value as per initial
                             or revised budget
                         3   Total type, number and value of housing provided:                              R (000s)
                             RDP houses                                                       1081        39,486,768
                             Rented houses (KwaGuqa Hostel 1, Block 5)                         36          9,000,000
                             Note: total number and total value of housing provided           1117        48,486,768
                             during financial year
                         4   Total number and value of rent received from municipal
                             owned rental units
                             Bima Court                                                         8            86400
                             Hostels (converted and unconverted flats)                        1644          131889
                             Dam houses                                                         4            43200
                         5   Estimated backlog in number of (and costs to build)
                             housing:
                             Type of dwelling:                                                46000      1,680,288,000
                             . Metal sheets
                             . Mud huts
                             Note: total number should appear in IDP, and cost in
                             future budgeted capital housing programmes
                         6   Type of habitat breakdown:
                              - number of people living in a house or brick structure
                              - number of people living in a traditional dwelling             25000
                              - number of people living in a flat in a block of flats         17312
                              - number of people living in a town/cluster/semi-                2311
                             detached group dwelling
                              - number of people living in an informal dwelling or            22810
                             shack
                              - number of people living in a room/flatlet                     10233
                         7   Type and number of grants and subsidies received:
                             Contractor Based Individual Subsidies(CBIS)                        0             0
                             Note: total value of specific housing grants actually              0             0
                             received during year to be recorded over the five
                             quarters - Apr to Jun last year, Jul to Sep, Oct to Dec,
                             Jan to Mar, Apr to Jun this year.
                         8   Total operating cost of housing function                                     5,477,723

                              Performance During the Year, Performance Targets
 Key Performance
                                 Against Actual Achieved and Plans to Improve                Current        Target
      Area
                                                 Performance
1. Identified and            1. ACTUAL PERFORMANCE vs PERFORMANCE
acquired land for            PLANNED                                                        1122 Units
housing development                                                                                          2258
                                                                                            completed

2. Identified and            2. VARIANCE: - As a result of the incompetence of the
verified beneficiaries       appointed contractors due to lack of financial and               1136
                             management skills.



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 3. Completed subsidy        3. IMPROVEMENTS FOR NEXT YEAR: - Tenders went
 applications and            out to attract and invite well established developers /
 approved subsidies          contractors. Contractors advised to form consortiums to
                             strengthen their capacities
 4. Appointed
 contractors
 5. Completed houses
 and handover




WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT

The Waste Water Management function of the municipality includes the provision of sewerage services. These include sewer
infrastructure (pipe network, pump stations, sewer treatment works, ventilated improved pit-latrines, and septic tanks). There
are currently eight (8) sewer treatment works and eighteen (18) sewer pump stations.

The objective of the function is to ensure that adequate and sustainable sanitation services and facilities are provided to the
community. This is achieved by providing new infrastructure and by upgrading and maintaining the existing reticulation, main
outfall lines, and bulk infrastructure.

The function also measures the quantity and quality of discharge from both industry and sewer treatment works to ensure that
both environment and human health and hygiene are protected.

Challenges faced include aged infrastructure (huge infiltration experienced during rain season and this leads to blockages,
roots grow into the infrastructure and causes blockages), sewer spillages due to blocked pipes and manholes, and sub-
standard quality effluent discharged to the environment. The current infrastructure is inadequate to accommodate the
development within the municipality and requires upgrading.

ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTION

 Detail                                                                                Total               R (000s)
                                                                                       Number
 Number and cost to employer of all personnel associated with sewerage
 functions:                                                                            104                 20,400

 - Professional (Engineers/Consultants)                                                16                  Included
 - Field (Supervisors/Foremen)                                                         13                  Included
 - Office (Clerical/Administration)                                                    3                   Included
 - Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce)                                   86                  Included
 - Temporary                                                                           0                   Included
 - Contract                                                                            1                   Included
 Number of households with sewerage services, and type and cost of service:            59,009              39,986
 Flush toilet (connected to sewerage system)                                           57,585              43,856
 Flush toilet (with septic tank)                                                       498                 686,452
 - Pit latrine with ventilation                                                        500                 275000
 - Bucket latrine                                                                      0                   0
 - No toilet provision                                                                 426                 0
 Anticipated expansion of sewerage:
 - Flush/chemical toilet                                                               57,585              486,823,000
 - Pit latrine                                                                         0                   2,989
 - Bucket latrine                                                                      0                   0
 - No toilet provision                                                                 238
 Free Basic Service Provision:
 - Quantity (number of households affected)                                            9,897               N/A
 - Quantum (value to each household)                                                   R17.80 pm.          2,980
 Total operating cost of sewerage function                                             1                   33,940




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KEY PERFORMANCE AREA

                               Performance During the Year, Performance Targets
 Objective                     Against Actual Achieved and Plans to Improve                     Current          Target
                               Performance
 To address the backlog        Provide approximately 3500 stands                                1600             3500
 and to meet the
 millennium
 To provide infrastructure     Construct new sewer purification works and upgrading the         MIG              7 upgrades
 to cope with growth           existing works                                                   approval still   and 1 new
                                                                                                awaited 2        works
                                                                                                STW
 To facilitate                 Construct approximately 5000m of pumping mains and outfall       2000m            5000m
 interconnection of            sewer line
 settlements
 To provide basic              Construct 2500 VIP toilets                                       500              2500
 sanitation services at
 informal settlements on
 farming communities

ROADS AND STORM WATER

The Road and Storm Water function of the municipality includes the construction, upgrading, and maintenance of roads and
storm water system. The function also ensures that sinkholes which develop at the municipality underground burning mines are
filled and levelled for safety.

The objective of the function is to ensure that the road and storm water infrastructure is adequate and accessible to pedestrians
and both motorized and non-motorized traffic.

ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTION

 Detail                                                                                         Total            R(000s)
                                                                                                Number
 Number and cost to employer of all personnel associated with road maintenance and                  56           5,090,972
 construction:

 - Professional (Engineers/Consultants)                                                                4         907,104
 - Field (Supervisors/Foremen)                                                                         2         361,445
 - Office (Clerical/Administration)                                                                    0         0
 - Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce)                                                  47         5,645
 - Temporary                                                                                           0         0
 - Contract                                                                                            0         0
 Total number, kilometres and total value of road projects planned and current:                  27.55km         55,259,170
                                                                                                 2 bridges
                                                                                                 and 3.3m
                                                                                                subsoil and
                                                                                                  27.55m
                                                                                                Storm water

 New bituminised (number)                                                                             6,5        10,000,000

 Existing re-tarred (number)                                                                          3.7        4,400,000

 New gravel (number)                                                                                   0              0
 Roads for non-motorised transport “Uhamboluhle” (Medians & sidewalks)                                 0             N/A


 Total kilometres and maintenance cost associated with existing roads provided                   146.84 km       7,036,570


 - Tar (Patching)                                                                                  3.7 km        4,400,000

 - Gravel                                                                                        143.14 km       2,636,570

               -   Brick paved                                                                         0              0
               -
 Average frequency and cost of re-tarring, re-sheeting roads                                          N/A        7,036,570




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 - Tar (Different streets annually) Major routes every 15 – 20 years                               10 to 15     4,400,000


 - Gravel (Different streets annually) Depends on annual rain                                      15 to 20     2,636,570


 Estimated backlog in number of roads, showing kilometres and capital cost                        337,09 km      653,812


 - Tar (Urban areas)                                                                              17.94 km       68,000


 - Gravel (Rural areas)                                                                           332.65 km      585,812


 Type and number of grants and subsidies received:


 - MIG (including SMIF)                                                                              10,0      11,400,000


 - Emalahleni Municipality (own funds or loans)                                                      3.7        4,000,000


 Total operating cost of road construction and maintenance function                                            45,436,570



KEY PERFORMANCE AREA

                          Performance During the Year, Performance Targets
                          Against Actual Achieved and Plans to Improve
 Objective                Performance                                                      Current             Target
 To address the           Construct 15.85 km of access roads                               8.5 km             15.85 km
 backlog figures in
 access roads
 To improve               Rehabilitate 11.3 km of roads                                    9.7 km              11.3 km
 conditions of
 roads, streets and
 storm water
 systems
 To acquire and           Maintenance plan document (1PMS)                                    0               Updating
 review on an                                                                                                 PMS soft
 annual basis a                                                                                                 copy
 planning and                                                                                                 document
 budgeting tool
 To eradicate             Clear 10.5 km of storm water                                     8.5 km              10.5 km
 flooding of roads
 and residential
 units
 To provide               To construct ring roads 6.5 km and one bridge                    6,5 km             6,5 km and
 alternative ring                                                                                              1 bridge
 roads and
 construction of
 bridges

WATER

The Water function of the municipality includes the provision of water services and facilities, and the upgrading and
maintenance of the existing infrastructure. The function also ensures that adequate and sustainable potable water of
appropriate quality is provided and that the community has access to basic water facilities. The function is responsible for the
purchase of bulk water from Department of Water Affairs and Forestry.

The challenges faced by the municipality include identification of new raw water sources or augmentation initiatives to
complement the only existing sources, the aged pipe infrastructure which contributes to high water loss due to leaks and
breakages, and the capacity of the existing main water purification plant is below the demand levels and requires upgrading.

ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTION

 Detail                                                                                   Total                R (000s)
                                                                                          Number
 Number and cost to employer of all personnel associated with the water distribution            121               147,000
 function:

 - Professional (Engineers/Consultants)                                                            14             Included



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- Field (Supervisors/Foremen)                                                               12          Included
- Office (Clerical/Administration)                                                           5          Included
- Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce)                                         90          Included
- Temporary                                                                                  0          Included
- Contract                                                                                   1          Included


Total water usage per month (KL), and related cost.                                       43,800        525,600
Total volume and cost of bulk water purchases in kilolitres and rand, by category of       5,840         31,200
consumer (consumers not billed categorically)

Total volume and receipts for bulk water sales in kilolitres and rand.                   38,857,474      95,415


Total number of consumer, as at 30 June.                                                  53,610           N/A
- Category 1                                                                              51,420         56,575
- Category 2                                                                               1,980         28,596
- Category 3                                                                                210            389

Detail                                                                                 Total          R (000s)
                                                                                       Number

Number of households with water service, and type and cost of service:


- Piped water inside dwelling                                                             62,249         95,168
- Piped water inside yard                                                                 62,249         62,249
- Piped water on community stand: distance < 200m from dwelling                           23,852          9,173
- Piped water on community stand: distance > 200m from dwelling                            4,300          1,920
- Borehole                                                                                   0              0
- Spring                                                                                     0              0
- Rain-water tank                                                                            0              0
Number and cost of new connections:                                                          0              0
Number and cost of disconnections and reconnections:                                         0              0
Number and total value of water projects planned and current:
Anticipated expansion of water service:
- Piped water inside dwelling                                                             12,000          9,000
- Piped water inside yard                                                                 25,000        300,000
- Piped water on community stand: distance < 200m from dwelling                           13,000         19,500
- Piped water on community stand: distance > 200m from dwelling                            5,000        740,000
- Borehole                                                                                  30          105,000
- Spring                                                                                     0              0
- Rain-water tank                                                                            0              0
Estimated backlog in number (and cost to provide) water connection:
- Piped water inside dwelling (new developments)                                          12,000         30,000
- Piped water inside yard                                                                 12,500         18,750
- Piped water on community stand: distance < 200m from dwelling                            1,500          1,800
- Piped water on community stand: distance > 200m from dwelling                             500            750
- Borehole                                                                                   0              0
- Spring                                                                                     0              0
- Rain-water tank                                                                            0              0
Free Basic Service Provision:
- Quantity (number of households affected)                                                62,249           N/A
- Quantum (value to each household)                                                          0              0
Type and number of grants and subsidies received:
Equitable Share                                                                              1           21,960
Total operating cost of water distribution function                                          1          147,000



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KEY PERFORMANCE AREA

                        Performance During the Year, Performance Targets
 Objectives             Against Actual Achieved and Plans to Improve                        Current                Target
                        Performance
 To reduce high         Replacement of AC pipes with PVC pipes to serve
                                                                                                    800                    4000
 water losses           approximately 4000 households
                        Resealing of the raw water quarry                                      Quarry not                Completed
                                                                                                sealed

                        Installation of 10 bulk zonal meters                                 4 Zonal meters         10 Zonal meters


                        Re-construction of 4 backwash reclamation system                      2 reclamation            4 reclamation
                                                                                                  dams                     dams

 To improve the         Refurbishment of 18 sand filters, 8 clarifiers, chlorination        4 clarifiers and 6      18 sand filters
 quality of water       system, sampling points, 6 candies and backwash processes                 filters           and 8 clarifiers
                        at the purification works
                        Upgrading of the chlorination system                                 Upgraded post             Pre- and post
                                                                                               chlorinated              chlorination
                                                                                                 system                   system
                        Establishment of Laboratory                                            Potable lab             Equip the lab
                                                                                               apparatus
                                                                                                procured
 To ensure              Conduct Section 78 processes and dam wall inspection                   Dam safety             Dam safety
 legislative                                                                                      report                 report
 compliance                                                                                   implemented           implementation
                                                                                                                      and conduct
                                                                                                                       Section 78
                                                                                                                        reports
 To address the         Approximately 620 stands to be provided with new                            620                  6,000
 backlog and to         connection
 meet the
 millennium goals



ELECTRICITY

The function of the Electrical Department within the municipality includes the provision and distribution of electricity to
consumer and the upgrading and maintenance of the existing infrastructure. The function is responsible for the purchase of
bulk electricity from ESKOM and distribution thereof to the community.

The function consists of the following three sub- sections:

         Maintenance Section – Responsible for repair and maintenance of distribution equipment;
         Support Services – Responsible for consumer complaints, cut-offs and meters;
         Protection and Metering – Responsible for robot maintenance, protection and metering and plant maintenance.

The objective of the function is to ensure that electricity supply is both adequate and reliable.


ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTION:

 Detail                                                                         Total Number                  R(000s)

 Number and cost to employer of all personnel associated with the                     162                     19,938
 electricity distribution function:

  - Professional (Engineers/Consultants)                                               2                         491
  - Field (Supervisors/Foremen)                                                        7                         2,256
  - Office (Clerical/Administration)                                                   8                         2,423
  - Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce)                                 145                     14,769
 Total quantity and cost of bulk electricity purchases in kilowatt hours
 and rand, by category of consumer (A) (NOT SEPERATED IN
 SYSTEM)

  - Residential                                                                 No information            No information


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- Commercial                                                                  No information         No information
- Industrial                                                                  No information         No information
- Mining                                                                      No information         No information
- Agriculture                                                                 No information         No information
- Other                                                                       No information         No information
Total quantity and receipts for bulk electricity sales in kilowatt hours
and rand, by category of consumer: (B)
- Households                                                                      55,840                112,251
- Commercial                                                                       1,300                36,546
- Industrial                                                                        435                 51,228
- Mining                                                                             5                     0
- Agriculture (not available)                                                        0                     0
- Other (Balance)                                                                   104                 11,142
Total year-to-date electricity losses in kilowatt hours and rand (A-B)         183,385,710              58,060

Number of households with electricity access, and cost of service:                                      96,040
Conventional. = 25,840; Pre-paid = 30,000.00.                                     55,840

 Electrified areas
  - Municipal                                                                     57,684                98,480
  - Eskom                                                                     No information         No information
Number and cost of new connections                                                  800                 11,124
Number of pole reconnections (normal)
Number of kiosks reconnection (normal)
Number of cable reconnections (poles)
Number of cable reconnections (kiosks)
GRAND TOTAL                                                                         800                 11,124
Number and cost of disconnections and reconnections
Number of pole disconnections (normal)
Number of kiosk disconnections (normal)
Number of cables (disconnections) (poles)
Number of cables disconnections (kiosks)
GRAND TOTAL

Number and total value of electrification projects planned and                       6                  150,000
current:
Capital Projects
- Current (financial year after year reported on)                                    2                   2,970
- Planned (future years)                                                             4                  150,000
Anticipated expansion of electricity service:
- 2007/2008                                                                        1,500             R 700,000 p/a
- 2008/2009                                                                        1,100              R 7,200 p/a
 -2009/2010                                                                        1,500             R 500,000 p/a
 - 2010/2011                                                                       1,000               7,500 p/a
Note: provide total number of households anticipated to benefit and
total additional operating cost per year to the municipality

Estimated backlog in number (and cost to provide) electrical
connection: Households                                                            40,000                320,000

Free Basic Service Provision:
- Quantity (number of households affected)                                         8,945                 2,193
- Quantum (value to each household)                                        50 units of electricity    R20.34 pm

Type and number of grants and subsidies received:                                   MIG                1,131,168
                                                                                   DME                 2,970,000
Total operating cost of electricity distribution function                            1                  232,705



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KEY PERFORMANCE AREA

                                Performance During the Year,
                                Performance Targets Against
                                Actual Achieved and Plans to
       Objectives               Improve Performance                       Current                  Target
 Improve turnaround time        Construction of new substations           1 Substation             2 completed
 and allow for alternative                                                completed                substations
 feeds, improve safe
 operation of equipment by
 the replacement of
 obsolete equipment
 Improve level of area and      Install street and area lighting in       4 high mast lights, 50   4 high mast lights,
 street lighting                identified areas                          street lights            and 50 street lights



 To address the millennium      Electrify 940 households                  290                      490
 development goal and
 INEP

 Improve turnaround time        Acquire specialized equipment             2 specialized vehicles   2 specialized
 on electrical outages                                                    purchased                vehicles purchased




PUBLIC SAFETY

Responsible for Emergency services, Disaster management, Licensing services, Traffic services and Security services.

The functions of Public Safety within the municipality are administered as follows and include:

Traffic services

          Traffic control
          Law enforcement
          Traffic escorts
          Accidents scene
          Road markings


TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

Key issues:

          To promote free flow of traffic
          Reduction of road traffic accidents on our roads
          To empower the community with regard to road safety issues {Establishment of Road Safety Forums.}
          To have traffic officers available on our roads at all times
          To erect road signs and markings on all our roads

KEY PERFORMANCE AREA

                             Performance During the Year, Performance Targets Against
         Objectives                                                                                      Current          Target
                                 Actual Achieved and Plans to Improve Performance

 To Improve Traffic law
                           Traffic visibility on our roads at all times                                    79              48
 enforcement

 Improve road traffic      To conduct traffic control and road safety patrols and inspections            11,868           46,800
 management                on all users of the road.


 To repair and erect       To improve free flow of traffic with new traffic signs and                     9,136           9,136
 new road signs            maintenance of road traffic signs

 Traffic                   To provide traffic training and awareness by educating
 Awareness                 communities about road safety i.e, scholar patrols, drivers                     7               24
                           competitions and road safety shows such as Arrive Alive




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ANALYSIS OF THE FUNCTION

                                              Detail                                      Total    R(000s)
                                                                                         Number
 Number and cost to employer of all personnel associated with traffic law enforcement:

 - Professional (senior management)                                                        4           -
 - Field (Supervisors/Detectives)                                                          8           -
 - Office (Clerical/Administration)                                                        4           -
 - Non-professional (blue collar, outside workforce)                                       15          -
 - Volunteers                                                                               -          -
 - Temporary                                                                                -          -
 - Contract                                                                                 -          -
 Total quantity of traffic functions and activities conducted

 - Arrest warrants                                                                       1,127      80,750
 - Drunken driving                                                                         0           -
 - Fatal accidents scenes                                                                  23          -
 - Minor accident scenes                                                                  357          -
 - Serious accident scenes                                                                176          -
 - Roadblocks                                                                              86          -
 - Emergency Call-outs                                                                    261       37,580
 - standard call-outs                                                                       -          -
 - Escorts duties                                                                         184          -
 - Abnormal loads                                                                          18          -
 - Fun runs                                                                                4           -
 - Traffic control                                                                        699          -
 - Traffic complaints                                                                     257          -
 - Special events                                                                           -          -
 - Road markings                                                                         9,136 L   365,450
 - Signs repaired                                                                          54          -
 - New signs erected                                                                       28          -
 Total value of money notices issued                                                               7,110,300




FUNCTION: EMERGENCY SERVICES

  REPORTING                                                     DETAIL                              TOTAL
    LEVEL
Overview                      Includes all activities associated with provision of emergency services to the
                              community.
                                           DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES
                                               FIRE PREVENTION
                              Plans Scrutinized                                                         46
                              Site Inspection Building Plans                                            11
                              Industries Inspected                                                       6
                              Businesses Inspected                                                     475
                              Fire Inspections – Hydrants                                                2
                              Fire Prevention Training at Schools/Institutions                           1
                              LPG/ Flammable Liquid & Chemical Installations Insp.                     228
                              Other Activities                                                          11
                              Lectures/ Training                                                         5
                              Meetings/ Discussions Sessions                                             9
Fees collected on             LPG/ Flammable Liquid & Chemical Installations Insp.                 R 37 580.00

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The total expenditure for this section on general expenditure is R 433 187.43 which
represents 86.85% of the budget.

The total expenditure for this section on repairs & maintenance is R 87 531.40which
represents 78.43% of the budget.

The total expenditure for this section is R 16 474 174.80 which represents 95.99% of the
budget.


PROJECTS

      The Fire Station Phase 2 project, with a budget of R 13 000.000.00 was started –
       Project in progress.
      The project of purchasing 5 x Veld Fire Trailers, to the value of R 23 684.00 was not
       done.
      The project of purchasing Fire engines, to the value of R 186 464.00 was not done.




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                         YEARLY RECORD OF FIRES AND OTHER SERVICES ATTENDED BY EMERGENCY SERVICES:
1       2        3        4     5    6       7      8       9    10      11       12      13       14   15    16  17    18
                                             PROBABLE CAUSE                                                  CASUALTIES
No    Property   Smo    Elec. Ope  Cooki   Heati Weldin Lightni Arso Undete Other/ False Total   Est.
     Occupancy   king   Fault   n   ng      ng      g      ng     n    rmined   Alarms   No. Of Damag   P1    P2   P3   P4
                              Flam                Cuttin                        Specify  Fires      e
                                e                   g
     RESIDENTIAL:
1    Formal       1      8     2     6                           4     3                  24
2    Informal     1      1     8     2      1                    1     1                  15
3    Flats
4    Hostel/
     Boarding
     INSTITUTIONAL:
5    Hospitals/
     Nursing
     homes
6    Education                                                   1                        1
     PUBLIC ASSEMBLY:
7    Churches/
     Halls
8    Cinemas/
     Theatres
9    Museums
     Libraries /
     Galleries
10   Clubs/Dan
     ce Halls
     COMMERCIAL:
11   Restaurant                      1                                                    1
     s/ Café’s
12   Offices                                                     14                       14
13   Shops               3                         1              2                        6
14   Departmen
     t Stores
15   Garages/
     Workshop
     STORAGES:
16   Warehous
     e
17   Outside                                                           4                  4
     Storage
     INDUSTRY:
18   Furniture
19   Plastic/                  5                                       2                  7
     Rubber                                                 42
20   Textile
21   Printing
22   Milling
23   Petroleum
25        Paper &
          Packaging
26        Chemicals                                         1    1
27        Metal
28        Electronic       2                                     2
29        Mines
          (Surface)
30        Utilities
          TRANSPORT:
31        Cars/            2                           4    1    7
          M/ cycles
32        Busses
33        H/M/V            4                           1    3    8
34        Trains
35        Aircrafts
          OTHER:
36        Grass/      59        60   6                      9    134
          Bush &
          Rubbish
37        Plantation/      4                           1    1     6
          Forest
38        Agricultur
          e
     39   Miscellane
          ous Fires
          TOTAL       61   26   78   16   1   1        33   29   246




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            YEARLY RECORD OF FIRES AND OTHER SERVICES ATTENDED BY EMERGENCY SERVICES:
                     ACCIDENTS, RESCUE, SERVICES, EXTRICATIONS:                 CASUALTIES
   Month      Year   Cars   Cars/M/   M/Cycles   Buses   Trains    Heavy     Aircrafts     Other     Extrication   P1   P2       P3   P4
                             Cycles                               Vehicles               (specify)   Yes / No
July          2010    -        -         -         -       -         -           -           -        -      -     -    -    -        -
August        2010    2        -         -        1        -         -           -           -        -      x     2    -        4    -
September     2010    -        -         -         -       -         -           -           -        -      -     -    -        -    -
October       2010    -        -         -         -       -         -           -          -         -      -     -    -        -    -
November      2010    1        -         -         -       -         -           -           -        x      -     -    1        -    -
December      2010    1        -         -         -       -         -           -           -        x      -     -    -        -    12
January       2011    1        -         -         -       -         -           -          -         x      -     -    -        -    4
February      2011
March         2011
April         2011    3        -         -        -        -         1           -          -         x      -     -    2        -     1
May           2011    1        -         -        -        -         -           -          -         x      -     -    -        -     1
June          2011    3        -         -        -        -         1           -          -         x      x     -    -        -     -
TOTAL                12                           1                  2                                6      2     2    3        4    18




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                 YEARLY RECORD OF FIRES AND OTHER SERVICES ATTENDED BY EMERGENCY SERVICES:
                                                SPILLAGES:                                              CASUALTIES
  Address of incident   Date    Substance/Chemicals   Action carried out (Full Hazmat Operation/Clean P1  P2  P3  P4
                                      involved                               Up)

TOTAL

               YEARLY RECORD OF FIRES AND OTHER SERVICES ATTENDED BY EMERGENCY SERVICES:
                                  Other – Standby Services / Humanitarian Services:
Date            Address:                                     Type of service:
January 2011    Puma Stadium (MP Aces v/s Super Sport United)          Standby
January 2011    Ackerville Stadium (Prayer Event)                      Standby
January 2011    Puma Stadium (MP Aces v/s Super Sport United)          Standby
April 2011      Puma Stadium (MP Aces Soccer Match)                    Standby
May 2011        Puma Stadium – MP Black Aces Soccer Match & Swallows   Standby
May 2011        Symphony Street – Tasbetpark                           Tree
May 2011        Puma Stadium – MP Black Aces Soccer Match              Standby
May 2011        The Ridge – Freshly Ground Music Festival              Standby
May 2011        Tiny Bethesda Day Care                                 School Visit
May 2011        Engen Depot                                            Public Awareness
May 2011        Makuse Combined School                                 School Visit
June 2011       Willie Ackermann Drive                                 Tree On Road




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FUNCTION: LICENSING SECTION

 REPORTING LEVEL                                   DETAIL                             TOTAL
Overview                         Includes all activities associated with provision of services
                                 associated with a licensing section: learners and drivers licenses,
                                 registration and licensing of motor vehicles, permits, ext.
Collection of outstanding        The collection of outstanding fees were
license fees                     increased with a benefit to council
Learners license applications    A average of XXX applications are handled
                                 each month
Drivers license applications     A average of XXX applications are handled
                                 each month
Fees collected                   The income for council on a month to month basis, for the book
                                 year 2010/2011 is as follows:
                                 July 2010                                             R 1 381 215.24
                                 August 2010                                           R 1 461 263.14
                                 September 2010                                        R 1 377 974.25
                                 October 2010                                          R 1 448 802.98
                                 November 2010                                         R 1 334 970.00
                                 December 2010                                         R 1 173 674.21
                                 January 2011                                          R 1 420 776.02
                                 February 2011                                         R 1 293 268.51
                                 March 2011                                            R 1 357 923.34
                                 April 2011                                            R 1 099 950.20
                                 May 2011                                              R 1 506 778.14
                                 June 2011                                             R 1 529 793.61
GRAND TOTAL                                                                           R 16 386 389.64


                          DRIVERS AND LEARNERS LICENSES
 Month              D/L App.      D/L Issued     L/L App.                                      L/L Issued
                 Emalahleni     Ga-     Emalahleni        Ga-     Emalahleni      Ga-      Emalahleni   Ga-
                                Nala                      Nala                    Nala                  Nala
Jul 2010           766           0           245            0          508          0          319        0
Aug 2010           791           0           314            0          566          0          382        0
Sept 2010          714           0           273            0          508          0          313        0
Oct 2010           688           98          250           47          534         124         315       70
Nov 2010           716          129          276           60          576         144         352       90
Dec 2010           561           84          253           48          397         117         308       66
Jan 2011           658          130          144           65          479         149         194       65
Feb 2011           622           97          253           48          498         118         336       71
March 2011         652          100          261           58          472         115         310       89
April 2011         468           61          168           24          374          88         244       51
May 2011           618          119          214           43          507         147         321       99
June 2011          591           86          250           56          545         120         324       75
TOTALS             7845         904         2901          449         5964        1122         2718     676
  Month            D/L Renewals                 PRDP              Fees Paid To
                                                                    RTMC
               Emalahleni    Ga-Nala     Emalahleni     Ga-
                                                        Nala
Jul 2010          1280          189         471          39              R 68 308.00
Aug 2010          1340          237         497          68              R 73 330.50
Sept 2010         1338          208         513          66              R 71 889.00
Oct 2010          1383          219         576          76              R 74 493.00
Nov 2010          1454          241         276          89            R 127 125.00
Dec 2010          1197          228         379          88            R 360 180.00
Jan 2011          1428          257         435          75            R 126 375.00
Feb 2011          1320          236         547          87            R 102 540.00
March 2011        1571          296         672         101            R 338 040.00
April 2011        1161          209         433          71            R 102 750.00
May 2011          1388          263         501          91            R 353 880.00
June 2011         2271          192         465          57            R 356 616.00
TOTALS                                                                R 1 155 526.50

The total expenditure for this section on general expenditure is R89 035.00which
represents 92.42% of the budget.

The total expenditure for this section on repairs & maintenance is R 17 095.03 which
represents 34.85% of the budget.

The total expenditure for this section is R 8 392 393.34 which represents 98.45% of the
budget.

The total income for the section is R 15 108 001.57 which exceeded the budgeted income
amount by R 1 930 719.57

PROJECTS

       The Establishment of Service Centres project, with a budget of R 600 000.00 was started –
        Project in progress.
       The Refurbishment of Testing Station Project, with a value of R 444 300.00 was not done due
        to a delay at the specification committee.
       The Scanner project, with a budget of R 651 000.00 was started – project was scrapped.
FUNCTION: TRAFFIC SERVICES

    REPORTING                                          DETAIL                                       TOTAL
      LEVEL
Overview                  Includes all activities associated with provision of services associated with a traffic
                          section: law enforcement, escorts, accidents scenes, road marking, ext.
                               DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES
Arrests Warrants          Warrants issued by traffic officers                                           54
Drunken Driving           Arrest persons for drunken driving                                             0
Fatal Accident Scenes     Accident scenes attended to by traffic officers                               23
Serious Accident Scenes   Accident scenes attended to by traffic officers                               176
Minor Accident Scenes     Accident scenes attended to by traffic officers                               357
Roadblocks                Roadblocks performed with the SAPS                                            18
Roadblocks                Roadblocks performed without the SAPS                                         68
Escort Duties Performed   Funeral escorts to ensure a safe passage thru town                            184
                          VIP escorts thru town and to attend event out of town                         11
Fun Runs                  To ensure the safety of the runners                                            4
Abnormal Loads            To ensure a safe pass-through of abnormal loads                               18
Special Events            Load hailing to promote events                                                 0
                          Events handled by traffic e.g. soccer, bicycle races                           6
                          Marches – control of traffic in the CBD                                       10
Traffic Control           Traffic control in Emalahleni                                                 699
Meetings Attended         Attend various meetings to coordinate traffic functions within                31
                          Emalahleni
Traffic Complaints        Complaints handled initiated by the public                                   257
Dog Complaints            Dog complaints handled by the traffic section                                 25
Training at Schools       Provide training at schools regarding traffic safety                           1
Road Marking              Painting of roads within Emalahleni                                           16
Signs Repaired            Maintenance on traffic signs                                                  54
New Signs Erected         Improve the traffic control with new traffic signs                            28
Total Notices Issued      Notices issued for traffic offences                                         10 810
Notices Issued            A average of 900 notices has been issued each month


 VALUE IN MONEY OF NOTICES ISSUED FOR EACH MONTH
                                   July 2010                           R 521 700.00
                                   August 2010                         R 554 450.00
                                   September 2010                      R 663 650.00
                                   October 2010                        R 663 650.00
                                   November 2010                       R 688 350.00
                                   December 2010                       R 664 350.00
                                   January 2011                        R 719 200.00
                                   February 2011                       R 735 400.00
                                   March 2011                   No Report Due To
                                                                Computer Theft
                                   April 2011                          R 509 550.00
                                   May 2011                            R 729 400.00
                                   June 2011                           R 660 600.00
GRAND TOTAL                                                        R 7 110 300.00
FEES COLLECTED                                The income for Council on a month to month basis,
                                              for the book year 2010/2011 are as follows:
                                              July 2010                              R 166 123.80
                                              August 2010                            R 136 366.80
                                              September 2010                         R 231 942.30
                                              October 2010                           R 193 842.00
                                              November 2010                          R 231 325. 00
                                              December 2010                          R 156 942.14
                                              January 2011                           R 183 498.07
                                              February 2011                          R 183 498.07
                                              March 2011                             R 193 392.60
                                              April 2011                             R 151 699.00
                                              May 2011                               R 189 053.00
                                              June 2011                              R 195 238.00
GRAND TOTAL                                                                     R 2 222 920.78

The percentage of the income against the notices issues is 31.27%

The total expenditure for this section on general expenditure is
R1 368 912.33which represents 79.93% of the budget.

The total expenditure for this section on repairs & maintenance are
R463 429.50 which represents 62.17% of the budget.

The total expenditure for this section is R16 958 593.86 which represents 88.30% of the
budget.

The total income for the section is R2 208 109.67 which is R694 826.33 less than the budgeted
amount.

 PROJECTS

         The hawkers cubicles project, to the value of R 300 000.00 was not done.

Draft annual report 2010-2011 (pwg)(finance)(general)

								
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