USDG Presentation Amos Mboweni 2011/12 USDG Report by 9pDQ63

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									    CITY OF TSHWANE


USDG 2011/12 Achievements
   USDG 2012/13 Plans

         Presented by:
        Amos Mboweni
 THE OUTCOME STATEMENT OF THE GRANT


To ensure that Metropolitan and Secondary Cities have more
efficiently managed built environment that:
- Promotes the creation of Sustainable Human Settlements that
   - Promote human dignity and wealth.
USDG OUTPUTS


OUTPUT 1: Households upgraded through housing Programmes

OUTPUT 2: Households with access to basic services such as water,
Sewerage, Electricity, and Refuse Removal

OUTPUT 3: Land availability, purchasing, acquisition, planning, titling

OUTPUT 4: Number of Jobs Created through output 1, 2 and 3 above.
Summary of 2011/12 USDG



•   The total USDG funding               R891,080,000.00
•   Total USDG spending for 2011/2012    R880,963,077.00
•   Total spending for 4th quarter       R583,549,025.00
•   Funds to be rolled over to 2012/13   R10,117,923.00

 98,86% OF USDG GRANT HAS BEEN USED DURING THE
  2011/2012 FINANCIAL YEAR
List of Projects per department
Agriculture and environmental management

                        KPA Analysis - ASD    Original    Adjusted Budget   Cumulative     Unspent
                                               Budget         2011/12         Actual      allocation
    Project Name
                                              2011/12



Development of the   Agriculture &           3,000,000     3,000,000            -        3,000,000
Klip-Kruisfontein    Environmental
cemetery             Management - 5.9


Development of       Agriculture &           10,000,000    10,000,000       11,403,509   -1,403,509
Tshwane North        Environmental
Cemetery             Management - 5.9
List of Projects per department
Housing and Sustainable Human Settlements

      Project Name         KPA Analysis - ASD   Original Budget     Adjusted     Cumulative    Unspent
                                                   2011/12           Budget        Actual     allocation
                                                                    2011/12
Township Establishment   Housing and                   -          13,600,000    13,517,000     83,000
of Land of Low Cost      Sustainable Human
Housing                  Settlements -

Water - Low Cost         Housing and              8,347,800       41,968,551    41,968,549        2
Housing                  Sustainable Human
                         Settlements
Sewerage - Low Cost      Housing and             49,523,980       73,976,241    73,104,028    872,213
Housing                  Sustainable Human
                         Settlements
Roads and Stormwater -   Housing and            276,736,937       268,615,208   266,789,347   1,825,861
Low Cost Housing         Sustainable Human
                         Settlements - 3.3
List of Projects per department
Water and Sanitation and electricity



                                   KPA Analysis -     Original   Adjusted Budget   Cumulative Actual     Unspent
           Project Name                ASD             Budget        2011/12                            allocation
                                                      2011/12
Tshwane Public Lighting           PW & ID:          12,000,000   12,000,000          11,970,702         29,298
Programme                         Electricity
Replacement, Upgrade, Construct   PW & ID:          27,552,828   27,552,828          27,552,828             0
Wwtw Facilities                   Water -
Refurbishing of Water Networks    PW & ID:          96,947,172   96,947,172          96,940,919          6,253
and Backlog Eradication           Water
Blk + Reservoir - Babelegi        PW & ID:          26,000,000   26,000,000          19,574,847        6,425,153
                                  Water
Upgrading of Sewers in Tshwane    PW & ID:          12,000,000   12,000,000          11,928,642         71,358
Area                              Water
List of Projects per department
Roads and Transport

                                                          KPA      Original     Adjusted    Cumulative     Unspent
                    Project Name                        Analysi    Budget        Budget       Actual      allocation
                                                        s - ASD    2011/12      2011/12
Upgrading of Road to tar in Zithobeni Ward 5 & 6        Roads     5,800,000     400,000      400,000          0
Upgrading of Road to tar in Ekangala Ward 8,9 & 10      Roads     8,600,000     600,000      600,000          0
Upgrading of Road to tar in Ekangala Ward 8,9 & 11      Roads     7,200,000     600,000      509,572      90,428

Replacement of Traffic Signs                            Roads         -        47,950,000   47,929,868    20,132
Flooding Backlogs: Stinkwater & New Eersterust Area     Roads     4,000,000    4,000,000    4,995,039     995,039

Flooding Backlogs: Sosh & Winterveldt Area              Roads     7,000,000    7,000,000    6,920,684     79,316
Flooding Backlogs: Mabopane Area                        Roads     5,000,000    5,000,000    4,923,705     76,295
Flooding Backlog: Network 3, Kudube Unit 12             Roads     5,000,000    1,000,000     991,451       8,549
Flooding Backlog: Network 2F, Kudube Unit 7             Roads     5,000,000    5,000,000    4,995,888      4,112
Flooding backlog: Network 5A, Matenteng                 Roads     2,100,000    2,100,000    2,087,805     12,195

Flooding Backlog: Network 5D, Mandela Village Unit 12   Roads     15,000,000   13,000,000   12,998,889     1,111
Flooding Backlogs: Soshanguve South & Akasia Area       Roads     13,341,000   13,341,000   13,210,714    130,286
Flooding Backlog: Network 2D, New Eersterust x 2        Roads     2,000,000    2,000,000    2,997,356     997,356
Flooding Backlog: Drainage Canals along Hans Strydom    Roads     18,000,000   14,500,000   2,856,122    11,643,878
Dr, Mamelodi x 4 and 5
List of Projects per department
Roads and Transport continuation

                                                          KPA      Original     Adjusted    Cumulative     Unspent
                    Project Name                        Analysi    Budget        Budget       Actual      allocation
                                                        s - ASD    2011/12      2011/12
Flooding Backlog: Network 1A, 1C & 1F, Ramotse          Roads     13,000,000       -            -             -
Major Stormwater Systems: Klip/Kruisfontein             Roads     8,000,000    8,000,000    7,854,330     145,670
Rehabilitation of Stormwater Systems & Sidewalks        Roads     10,000,000   10,000,000   9,896,510     103,490
Matenteng Main Transport Route, Stinkwater              Roads     3,000,000    3,000,000    2,984,552     15,448
Rehabilitation of Roads                                 Roads     10,000,000   10,000,000   9,999,990        10
Access Road to Mamelodi X18 (K54)                       Roads      500,000         -            -             -
Stormwater Drainage Mahube Valley                       Roads     1,000,000    1,000,000     988,607      11,393
Magriet Monamodi Stormwater System                      Roads     20,000,000   15,050,000   5,988,539    9,061,462

Major S/Water Drainage System: Majaneng                 Roads     10,000,000   10,000,000   9,897,805     102,195
Major S/Water Drainage Channels: Ga-Rankuwa             Roads     10,000,000   10,000,000   9,977,876     22,124
Stormwater Drainage Systems in Ga-Rankuwa View          Roads     10,000,000   10,000,000   9,723,042     276,958
Internal Roads: Northern Areas                          Roads     38,980,000   38,980,000   52,193,631   13,213,631
Upgrading of Mabopane Roads dealing with Red Soils      Roads         -            -        1,262,750    -1,262,750
Flooding Backlogs: Mamelodi, Eersterust & Pta Eastern   Roads     7,000,000    7,000,000    6,747,202     252,798
Area
List of Projects per department
Sport, Recreation, Art & Culture

                                         KPA Analysis - ASD   Original Budget    Adjusted     Cumulative     Unspent
            Project Name                                         2011/12          Budget        Actual      allocation
                                                                                 2011/12
Upgrading of Pilditch Stadium          Sport, Recreation,      1,000,000        1,000,000     877,193      122,807
                                       Art & Culture
Upgrading of Zithobeni Sport Stadium   Sport, Recreation,       250,000          250,000      219,298       30,702
                                       Art & Culture
Solomon Mahlangu Freedom Square -      Sport, Recreation,            -          1,600,000    1,352,052     247,948
Cultural Centre                        Art & Culture

Lotus Gardens Multi-Purpose Sport      Sport, Recreation,            -          12,000,000   10,457,078    1,542,922
Facility                               Art & Culture

Stanza Bopape Library                  Sport, Recreation,            -          4,000,000         -        4,000,000
                                       Art & Culture
Mabopane Library (Odi)                 Sport, Recreation,            -          4,000,000    4,000,000          -
                                       Art & Culture
Upgrading of the Soshanguve Giant      Sport, Recreation,     30,000,000        8,400,000    7,225,328     1,174,672
Stadium                                Art & Culture

H/kraal Multip. Sport & Rec Centre     Sport, Recreation,      5,000,000        5,000,000     424,443      4,575,557
                                       Art & Culture
Upgrading of HM Pitje Stadium          Sport, Recreation,      5,950,000        5,950,000    1,135,392     4,814,608
                                       Art & Culture
List of Projects per department
Other Projects

                                           KPA Analysis - ASD   Original Budget    Adjusted   Cumulative    Unspent
             Project Name                                          2011/12          Budget      Actual     allocation
                                                                                   2011/12
Eastlynn Bus and Taxi Facilities         Transport - 2.1         800,000           800,000     783,193     16,807
Steve Bikoville- Install 25 x 30m high                          7,200,000         7,200,000   7,197,168     2,832
masts and 12 x 12 street lights
Bulk Sewer Supply- Franspoort                                   2,200,000         2,200,000   2,199,195      805
Ekangala WWTW (ME&I)                                            8,000,000         8,000,000   8,000,000       -
Water Conservation and Demand                                   2,000,000         2,000,000   1,022,017    977,983
Management (Installation of water
meters Steve
Summary of non-delivered areas
Main reasons for non-delivery:
The Grant was introduced late to the Municipalities, resulting in
delays in the supply chain management process.

                                             KPA Analysis - ASD      Adjusted Budget    Cumulative   Unspent allocation
             Project Name                                                2011/12          Actual
Roads and Stormwater - Low Cost Housing        Housing and           268,615,208       196,318,947     72,296,261
- Project Linked Housing                    Sustainable Human
                                             Settlements - 3.3
Blk + Reservoir - Babelegi                   PW & ID: Water -         26,000,000       19,574,847      6,425,153
Flooding Backlog: Drainage Canals along         Roads - 1.1           14,500,000       2,856,122       11,643,878
Hans Strydom Dr, Mamelodi x 4 and 5
Magriet Monamodi Stormwater                     Roads - 1.2           15,050,000        5,988,539      9,061,462
Lotus Gardens Multi-Purpose Sport         Sport, Recreation, Art &    12,000,000       10,457,078      1,542,922
Facility                                        Culture - 1.2

Stanza Bopape Library                     Sport, Recreation, Art &    4,000,000             -          4,000,000
                                                Culture - 2.1
Upgrading of the Soshanguve Giant         Sport, Recreation, Art &    8,400,000         7,225,328      1,174,672
Stadium                                         Culture - 3.5

H/kraal Multip. Sport & Rec Centre        Sport, Recreation, Art &    5,000,000         424,443        4,575,557
                                                Culture - 3.5
Upgrading of HM Pitje Stadium             Sport, Recreation, Art &    5,950,000         1,135,392      4,814,608
                                                Culture - 3.6
       USDG spending
•Total USDG spending for 2011/2012
•Funds to be rolled over to 2012/13
             1,14%




               98,86%
2011/12 Achievements per USDG outputs


OUTPUTS                              TARGETS       ACHIEVE     REMEDIAL STEPS               RESPONSIBLE
                                                    MENTS                                   DEPARTMENT
OUTPUT 1: Households upgraded                        6570      Procurement plans prepared
                                      4865 COT,
through housing Programmes                         Province    and approved                 Housing
                                      and 7026
                                                   and 3200                                 Department
                                       Province
                                                     COT
OUTPUT 2: Households with
                                     4200 (COT),
access to basic services such as                               Procurement plans prepared   Public Works
water, Sewerage, Electricity, and
                                      plus PROV    13076       and approved                 Department
                                     INCE 8876.
Refuse Removal
OUTPUT 3: Land availability,                         4 sites   Procurement plans prepared
purchasing, acquisition, planning,                 (over 450   and approved; Negotiations
                                                                                            Housing
servicing and titling                  2 sites      hectares   with private landlords to
                                                                                            Department
                                                      were     acquire the land
                                                   acquired)
OUTPUT 4: Number of Jobs                                  Job creation plans with the       All
                                                3008(USDG
Created through output 1, 2 and      3008(USDG)           Contractors approved              departments
                                                     )
3 above.                                                                                    involved
STOCKPILING AREA – Some of the stock pile will be used to fill & level the soccer ground for the
community
Stabilized subbase layers
CLEALY MARKED ROAD CLOSURES FOR SAFETY
PURPOSES
PROJECT INFORMATION SIGNAGE ON MAIN ROAD
BASE COURSE
                 JOB CREATED


• 57 Local employees
   14 females
   23 youth
• 11 core employees
• 11 salaried staff
• 5 Local sub-contractors
   2 female
   3 youth
   40 local employees
    employed by the local
    sub-contractors.
Challenges with merging of funds


• The MIG Cities Grant was and still is directed towards the
  eradication of backlogs in previously disadvantaged areas.
• The primary focus on the USDG is on formalising the informal
  settlements, but the eradication of backlogs (roads and storm
  water) in those areas which existed in 1994, would continue.
• The narrative and wording in the DoRA is overweight in the
  direction of the formalisation side.
• The present rate of budgeting need to be revised.
• Clearly highlighted in any revisions to the DoRA, as it creates
  major strive between Departments presently.
Challenges Procurement & Designs
There are three major reasons why the projects could not have
been finished by end of June 2012.
   • Number One: The appointment of contractors took over 7
      months due to the massive response received from the
      Market.
   • Number two: The approval on the final services designs to
      enable the construction were only received by end of
      February 2012.
   • Number three: Appointment of Community Liaison
      Officers and local labour was contested heavily amongst
      the various communities.
   • The above have now been resolved
Remedial actions


•   Develop and strengthen partnerships
•   Complete all unfinished work
•   Improve efficiency
•   Stakeholder focus
•   Risk management
•   Job creation
•   Implementation enablers
BEPP 2012/13
References:


• Updated IDP 2011-2016

• Sustainable Human Settlement Plan (SHSP 2012)

• SDIBP 2012/13

• BEPP 2012/13
2012/13 Targets per USDG outputs


OUTPUTS                                                 TARGETS       RESPONSIBLE
                                                                      DEPARTMENT
OUTPUT 1: Households upgraded through housing            15000 both
Programmes                                                COT and     Housing Department
                                                         PROVINCE
OUTPUT 2: Households with access to basic services      15000 COT FAST Public Works
such as water, Sewerage, Electricity, and Refuse          TRACKING     Department and
Removal                                                 PROCLAIMATION Housing
OUTPUT 3: Land availability, purchasing, acquisition,
planning, servicing and titling                           M2 or Ha    Housing Department

OUTPUT 4: Number of Jobs Created through output
                                                                      All departments
1, 2 and 3 above.                                        5876(USDG)
                                                                      involved
2012/13 Capital Budget
Planned Projects by departments


 Implementing                Division        Project Name          Budget Year 2012/13
 Departments
                      Solid Waste Services   Development of        R   6,000,000.00
                                             Cemetries, Metsweding
                      Cemeteries             Development of the    R   2,900,000.00
    Agriculture and
                                             Klip-Kruisfontein
    Environmental
                                             cemetery
     Management
                      Cemeteries             Development of        R   9,414,000.00
                                             Tshwane North
                                             Cemetery
 TOTAL                                                             R   18,314,000.00
Planned Projects by departments


 Implementing               Division      Project Name                Budget Year 2012/13
 Departments
                                         Project Linked Housing   R     55,000,000.00
                                         - Water Provision
      Housing and                        Sewerage - Low Cost      R     55,000,000.00
   Sustainable Human   Urban Development Housing
       Settlement           Projects     Roads & Stormwater -     R 225,202,000.00
     Development                         Low Cost Housing
                                         Acquisition Of Land      R     62,000,000.00
 TOTAL                                                            R 397,202,000.00
Planned Projects by departments


 Implementing           Division         Project Name                                Budget Year 2012/13
 Departments
                 Waste Water Collection Upgrading Of Sewers In Mamelodi          R            -

                 Waste Water Collection Upgrading Of Sewers In Tshwane Area      R    10,000,000.00

                 Water Supply            Bulk Sewer Supply- Franspoort           R     4,000,000.00
   Public Works Specialist Engeneering Tshwane Public Lighting Program           R    18,400,000.00
       and
  Infrastructure Waste Water Treatment Replacement, Upgrade,Construct            R    88,537,753.00
  Development                           Waste Water Treatment Works
                                        Facilities
                 Waste Water Collection Refurbishment of Water Networks and      R 245,565,441.00
                                        Backlog Eradication
                 Electricity            Steve Bikoville- Install 25 x 30m high   R     5,100,000.00
                                        masts and 12 x 12 street lights
 TOTAL                                                                           R 371,603,194.00
Planned Projects by departments


 Implementing                        Division       Project Name                 Budget Year 2012/13
 Departments
 Sport, Recreation, Arts &   Sport and Recreation   Upgrading Of The         R    23,000,000.00
 Culture                                            Soshanguve Giant Stadium
 Sport, Recreation, Arts &   Sport and Recreation   Hammanskraal             R    10,000,000.00
 Culture                                            Multipurpose Sport &
                                                    Recreation Centre
 TOTAL                                                                       R    33,000,000.00
Implementing                Division                   Project Name                                                        2012/13 Budget
Departments
                                                       Major Stormwater System, Mamelodi X 8                           R     5,000,000.00
                                                       Major Stormwater Systems: Klip/Kruisfontein                     R     2,000,000.00
                                                       Mateteng Main Transport Route, Stinkwater                       R     3,100,000.00
                                                       Rehabilitation Of Roads                                         R    20,000,000.00
                                                       Real Rover Road To Serapeng Road                                R     6,000,000.00
                                                       Magriet Monamodi Stormwater System                              R     5,000,000.00
                                                       Major Stormwater Drainage System: Majaneng                      R     5,000,000.00
                               Roads and Storm Water


                                                       Major Stormwater Drainage Channels: Ga-Rankuwa                  R    10,000,000.00
    Transport and Roads




                                                       Stormwater Drainage Systems In Ga-Rankuwa View                  R    10,000,000.00
                                                       Internal Roads: Northern Areas                                  R    66,950,806.00
                                                       Flooding Backlogs: Stinkwater & New Eersterust Area             R     5,000,000.00
                                                       Flooding Backlogs: Sosh & Winterveldt Area                      R     2,000,000.00
                                                       Flooding Backlogs: Mabopane Area                                R    10,000,000.00
                                                       Flooding Backlogs: Mamelodi, Eersterust & Pta Eastern Area      R     6,000,000.00
                                                       Flooding Backlog: Network 5D, Mandela Village Unit 12           R     3,100,000.00
                                                       Flooding Backlog: Network 2B, Ramotse                           R              -
                                                       Flooding backlog: Drainage canals along Hans Strydom Dr,        R     4,000,000.00
                                                       Mamelodi x 4 and 5
                                                       Upgrading of Road from gravel to tar in Zithobeni Ward 5 & 6    R     4,000,000.00
                                                       Upgrading of Road from gravel to tar in Ekangala Ward 8,9 & 10 R      4,000,000.00
                                                       Upgrading of Road from gravel to tar in Ekangala Ward 11 & 12   R     4,000,000.00
                          Ecomomic Eastlynn bus and taxi facilities                                                    R       800,000.00
                          Dev. Transp
TOTAL                                                                                                                  R 175,950,806.00
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