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					DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SOUTHERN AFRICA

SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES PROGRAMME




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               Programme Focus
   • Direct response to a challenge by the Governor to the DBSA to
     create South African examples of Sustainable Communities
   • Advance National Policy – NSDP, Breaking new Ground,
     ASGISA, Draft “Framework for Sustainable Development in
     South Africa & 2014
   • Social, Environment & Economic Sustainability
   • Meeting Fundamental Human Needs
   • People must be able to live, work and play in an environment
     that builds human dignity and opportunity


Social and economic development that will build on renewable resources
    and will not further compromise the quality of life and availability of
                       resources to future generations.


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             Sustainability Principles
1.       Sense of justice:
     –      meeting fundamental human needs (subsistence, protection,
            affection, understanding, participation, idleness, creativity, identity
            and freedom) with appropriate satisfiers
     –      rights-based democratic governance and participation
2.       Sense of limits:
     –      transition to renewable energy alternatives and energy efficiency
     –      zero waste via re-use of waste outputs as productive inputs
     –      connectivity via sustainable transport, with a major focus on public
            transport
     –      home building, sustainable construction materials and building
            methods
     –      sustainable water use and re-use of treated sewerage

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             Sustainability Principles
3.       Sense of place:
     –      health, well-being and soulfulness
     –      safe places within integrated communities (with special reference to
            children and women)
4.       Sense of history:
     –      valuing cultural diversity, sense of community, participatory culture,
            healing and memory
5.     Sense of craft:
     –    growing the local economy, greater equity and fair trade
     –      local and sustainable food supplies, markets, & agricultural value
            chains (especially organic food)
     –      human skills, knowledge development and continuous learning
6.       Sense of nature:
     –      reverence for life, enhancing biodiversity and the preservation of
            natural habitats
     –      working with rather than against eco-systems
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                                  Pilot Sites
Pilots were selected to reflect the range of challenges facing the South African Community




                                              Phalaborwe: Ba-Phalaborwa


                                                Lydenburg: Thaba Cheuw

                                  City of Jhb Metro: Diepsloot




                                                                       Ngangelizwe: King Sabata Dalindyebo



                                                          Motherwell: Nelson Mandela
      Grabouw: Theewaaterskloof



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             Pilot Sites Status
• 5 MOU’s signed/business plans finalised
• Sustainable Development Plans being finalised
• Grabouw
  – Selected Service Providers for comprehensive
    Planning
  – Secured Partnerships with Municipality, Province,
    Department of Public Works, Safcol MTO and CAPE
  – Identified 4 PPP’s to improve town functionality
• Phalaborwa
  – Initial projects to be implemented January 2007
  – Some DBSA funding committed
  – Negotiations with tribal authorities/Council re land for
    development and services being finalised
  – Stakeholder engagement started                           1
                Partnerships
• Finalising partnership agreements with some
  some private sector companies
• Create secure markets and opportunities with
  reduced risk
• Adhere to principles of sustainability
• Risk sharing and co-funding
• Community ownership and broad based
  beneficiaries
• Job creation, labour intensive projects
• Initial projects-farming, distribution, property
  development
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            Unilever Partnership
• Partnership with Unilever’s “Reach the People”
  Programme
• Bringing 1st & 2nd economy together using
  Unilever brands
• Unilever contribution - funding, products & skills
• Projects to be community owned & managed
   –   Warehousing & distribution
   –   Packaging, Re-Packaging & recycling
   –   Supply of ingredients (farming & processing)
   –   Promotion, marketing & sales
   –   Franchising & entrepreneurial ventures
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                                                 Financial Model
 National Depts
                                                                          Public Private       Donor        Other funding
                                                 S                        Partnerships         Funding      sources
                 Prov /Sect Dept’s               t
                                                 a            Competitive
                                                 k             Advantage
Capex     Opex       Capex    Opex
                                                 e            Value add
                                                 h              Unblock funding
                                                         Coordinated & Integr Approach                   DBSA
                                                 o              Knowledge Base
  Housing                                        l           Strategic Partnerships
                                                                                                 Coordinating Vehicle
                               Community Needs


                                                            IDP and Fiscal Alignment
  MIG – Basic                                    d        Submission of business plans
  Infrastructure                                 e                  r
                                                             Sustainable Principles
                                                                      M&E
  Economic                                       r              Capacity Building
  Infrastructure                                              Powers and functions
  Social Infrastructure
                                                 M             Unfunded Mandate                  Capacity   Grant        Loan
                                                 a   C                                           Building   Funding     Funding
  Other Grants (NPDG,                                     D
                                                 n   o
  Rest etc.)
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                                                 g                                         District             District
                                                     l    A
    G                                            e
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    a     Powers & Functions                     m   a    M
    n     Unfunded Mandates                      e   n    F
                                                                     Segment               Segment 2             Segment 3
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                                                 n   c    M             1                    Council              Council
        Conditions
                                                 t   e    A           Council
   FIVE YEAR BUDGET
REQUIREMENT (PER PILOT)


                                       Thaba Chw eu
     458,970 15%    455,417 14%        Grabouw
476,751 15%              609,765 19%   Ngangelizw e
                                       Diepsloot
                      249,301 8%       Ba -Phalaborw a
      912,527 29%
                                       Motherw ell




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                                                           Planning Support, Policies
               Projected cost per Service                  & LED Strategy
                   R63m (4%)                               Capacity Building

       R57m (3%)           R60M (4%)                       Social Infrastructure
                                       R56m (3%)
                                                           Health
   R88m (5%)                                               Education
                                            R154m (9%)
                                                           Transport
R184m (11%)                                  R186m (12%)   Water

                                                           Sanitation

                                              R75m (4%)    Roads & stormwater

                                               R41m (2%)   Housing

R429m (26%)                                                Electricity
                                           R133m (8%)
                                                           Saftey and Security
                         R159m (9%)
                                                           Solid Waste / Refuse
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