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									GT481 Mogale City




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                                          Contact details:

                                          Technical enquiries to the MFMA Helpline at:
                                          mfma@treasury.gov.za

                                          Data submission enquiries:
                                          Elsabé Rossouw
                                          National Treasury
                                          Tel: (012) 315-5534
                                          Electronic documents: lgdocuments@treasury.gov.za
                                          Queries on formats: lgdataqueries@treasury.gov.za
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                     Municipality Name:

                                 CFO Name:         Mr.LME MAHUMA

                                           Tel:    0119512472                 Fax:       0119532547
                                        E-Mail:    lesliem@mogalecity.gov.za

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                                        MTREF:                               Budget Year:         2011/12
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  ROADS & STORMWATER
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GT481 Mogale City - Contact Information

A. GENERAL INFORMATION
Municipality             GT481 Mogale City              Set name on 'Instructions' sheet

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


Province                 GT GAUTENG

Web Address              www.mogalecity.gov.za

e-mail Address           binangm@mogalecity.gov.za

B. CONTACT INFORMATION
Postal address:
P.O. Box                 94
City / Town              Krugersdorp
Postal Code              1740

Street address
Building                 Civic Centre
Street No. & Name        Cnr Commissioner & Market St
City / Town              Krugersdorp
Postal Code              1740

General Contacts
Telephone number         (011) 951 2000
Fax number               (011) 660 4043

C. POLITICAL LEADERSHIP
Speaker:                                                Secretary/PA to the Speaker:
Name                     Clr Suzan Thupane              Name                   Ms. Catherine Snyman
Telephone number         (011) 668 0514                 Telephone number       (011) 668 0514
Cell number              (071) 424 9866                 Cell number            (071) 855 3904
Fax number               (011) 953 6139                 Fax number             (011) 953 6139
E-mail address           susant@mogalecity.gov.za       E-mail address         katriens@mogalecity.gov.za

Mayor/Executive Mayor:                                  Secretary/PA to the Mayor/Executive Mayor:
Name                   Clr Koketso Seerane              Name                   Ms. Fozi Patel
Telephone number       (011) 668 0500                   Telephone number       (011) 668 0503
Cell number                                                              Cell number            082 466 2061
Fax number                (011) 953 4571                                 Fax number             (011) 953 4571
E-mail address            fozip@mogalecity.gov.za                        E-mail address         fozip@mogalecity.gov.za

Deputy Mayor/Executive Mayor:                                            Secretary/PA to the Deputy Mayor/Executive Mayor:
Name                                                                     Name
Telephone number                                                         Telephone number
Cell number                                                              Cell number
Fax number                                                               Fax number
E-mail address                                                           E-mail address

D. MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP
Municipal Manager:                                                       Secretary/PA to the Municipal Manager:
Name                      Mr. DM Mashitisho                              Name                   Ms. Jolinda Janeke
Telephone number          (011) 951 2028                                 Telephone number       (011) 951 2540
Cell number               083 642 7378                                   Cell number            083 388 1327
Fax number                (011) 953 2547                                 Fax number             (011) 953 2547
E-mail address            mm@mogalecity.gov.za                           E-mail address         jolindaj@mogalecity.gov.za

Chief Financial Officer                                                  Secretary/PA to the Chief Financial Officer
Name                      Mr. LME MAHUMA                                 Name                    Ms. Keitumetse Tsotetsi
Telephone number          011 951 2472                                   Telephone number        (011) 951 2472
Cell number               083 730 1609                                   Cell number             082 303 5039
Fax number                011 953 2547                                   Fax number              (011) 953 2547
E-mail address            lesliem@mogalecity.gov.za                      E-mail address          keitumetset@mogalecity.gov.za

Official responsible for submitting financial information
Name                     Ms. Binang Monkwe
Telephone number         (011) 951 2092
Cell number              083 764 7889
Fax number               (011) 660 4043
E-mail address           binangm@mogalecity.gov.za
Official responsible for submitting financial information
Name                     Aniki & Tshifhiwa
Telephone number         (011) 951 2476/ (011 951 2579)
Cell number
Fax number               (011) 660 4043
                         annar@mogalecity.gov.za/tshifhiwas@mogalecity
E-mail address           .gov.za
Official responsible for submitting financial information
Name                     Mukwevho Rofhiwa
Telephone number   (011) 951 2575
Cell number
Fax number         (011) 660 4043
E-mail address     rofhiwam@mogalecity.gov.za
GT481 Mogale City - Table C1 Monthly Budget Statement Summary - M09 March
                                                  2010/11                                                     Budget Year 2011/12
                        Description              Audited         Original       Adjusted        Monthly                         YearTD           YTD          YTD        Full Year
                                                                                                              YearTD actual
                                                 Outcome         Budget          Budget          actual                         budget         variance     variance     Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                    %
Financial Performance
  Property rates                                    234,294        253,084         242,698          20,247         183,117        182,023         1,093            1%       242,698
  Service charges                                   802,430        963,515         995,272          70,696         716,935        746,454        (29,519)          -4%      995,272
  Investment revenue                                 14,965           9,147          12,625            680           9,082           9,469         (387)           -4%       12,625
  Transfers recognised - operational                260,806        200,724         213,882          48,286         195,002        160,412        34,591            22%      213,882
  Other own revenue                                 112,190          61,542          81,552          4,742          53,331         61,164         (7,834)       -13%         81,552
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and    1,424,686       1,488,011       1,546,029        144,652       1,157,466      1,159,522         (2,056)         -0%     1,546,029
contributions)
  Employee costs                                    373,277        418,215         406,312          31,765         308,310        304,734         3,577            1%       406,312
  Remuneration of Councillors                        16,313          19,312          19,312          1,501          13,478          14,484        (1,006)          -7%       19,312
  Depreciation & asset impairment                   209,307          10,453        209,307          17,442         156,980        156,980            –                      209,307
  Finance charges                                    33,209          22,984          25,309               –         15,508          18,982        (3,474)       -18%         25,309
  Materials and bulk purchases                      437,901        484,452         549,583          60,808         367,453        412,187        (44,734)       -11%        549,583
  Transfers and grants                                4,739           7,236          18,164          1,943          12,519          13,623        (1,103)                    18,164
  Other expenditure                                 409,659        411,960         435,910          39,027         303,245        326,932        (23,687)          -7%      435,910
Total Expenditure                                 1,484,406       1,374,612       1,663,896        152,488       1,177,495      1,247,922        (70,427)          -6%    1,663,896
Surplus/(Deficit)                                   (59,721)       113,399         (117,867)        (7,836)        (20,028)         (88,400)     68,372         -77%       (117,867)
  Transfers recognised - capital                            –      115,424         102,106           3,284          47,869          76,579       (28,710)       -37%        102,106
  Contributions & Contributed assets                     –              –                –              –               –                –           –                           –
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &         (59,721)       228,823          (15,761)        (4,552)         27,841          (11,821)     39,661        -336%        (15,761)
contributions
  Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                  –               –           –                 –             –                –           –                             –
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                     (59,721)       228,823          (15,761)        (4,552)         27,841          (11,821)     39,661        -336%        (15,761)

Capital expenditure & funds sources
Capital expenditure                                         –      226,213          (49,261)        14,456          91,532          (36,946)    128,478        -348%        (49,261)
  Capital transfers recognised                              –      115,424         102,106           3,009          48,332          68,070       (19,738)       -29%        102,106
  Public contributions & donations                          –               –           –                 –             –                –           –                             –
  Borrowing                                                 –               –         8,075               –            403           5,384        (4,980)       -93%          8,075
  Internally generated funds                                –      110,789           66,770          4,064          28,341          44,514       (16,172)       -36%         66,770
Total sources of capital funds                              –      226,213         176,951           7,073          77,077        117,968        (40,891)       -35%        176,951

Financial position
  Total current assets                              377,250        377,250         426,292                         333,837                                                  426,292
  Total non current assets                        5,400,006       5,400,006       6,102,006                      5,545,332                                                6,102,006
  Total current liabilities                         451,713        451,713         510,436                         319,882                                                  510,436
  Total non current liabilities                     337,067        337,067         380,885                         330,375                                                  380,885
Community wealth/Equity                           4,988,476       4,988,476       5,636,977                      5,228,912                                                5,636,977

Cash flows
  Net cash from (used) operating                     64,166        243,883         147,813          40,277         150,031        110,860        39,171            35%      147,813
  Net cash from (used) investing                   (156,114)       (226,838)       (154,104)       (14,180)       (122,429)      (115,578)        (6,850)          6%      (154,104)
  Net cash from (used) financing                     42,293         (12,265)        (11,199)              –         (7,257)          (8,399)      1,142         -14%        (11,199)
Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year end          39,336          44,117            160                –         37,995          26,218       11,776            45%            160

                                                                                                                                               181 Dys-1
              Debtors & creditors analysis       0-30 Days      31-60 Days      61-90 Days     91-120 Days    121-150 Dys     151-180 Dys                   Over 1Yr      Total
                                                                                                                                                  Yr
Debtors Age Analysis
Total By Revenue Source                             194,733          14,135           9,668        611,644              –                –           –             –        830,180
Creditors Age Analysis
Total Creditors                                      79,533            738             743                –             –                –           –             –         81,014
GT481 Mogale City - Table C2 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (standard classification) - M09 March
                                                    2010/11                                                                   Budget Year 2011/12
                       Description            Ref   Audited           Original           Adjusted                                                                                        Full Year
                                                                                                            Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance       YTD variance
                                                    Outcome           Budget              Budget                                                                                         Forecast
R thousands                                   1                                                                                                                                %
Revenue - Standard
   Municipal governance and administration            357,798            328,056            335,755               28,197        235,923       251,816         15,893          94%           335,755
      Executive and council                              3,006             7,156              2,088                  136          1,236         1,566            330          79%              2,088
         Mayor and Council                                206                        1                  0             –                 2                0         (2)       734%                        0
         Municipal Manager                               2,800             7,155              2,088                  136          1,234         1,566            332          79%              2,088
      Budget and treasury office                      342,274            302,019            302,033               27,469         48,730       226,525        177,795          22%           302,033
      Corporate services                               12,517             18,881             31,634                  592        185,958        23,726        (162,233)       784%            31,634
         Human Resources                                 1,516             1,628              1,654                  355           983          1,241            257          79%              1,654
         Information Technology                           755                        5                  4                 0             3                3         (0)       113%                        4
         Property Services                                    80                 87          20,036                   13        183,140        15,027        (168,113)       1219%           20,036
         Other Admin                                   10,166             17,162              9,940                  225          1,831         7,455           5,624         25%              9,940
   Community and public safety                         94,956             72,157            107,937               17,489         81,378        80,953            (425)       101%           107,937
      Community and social services                    65,274             65,914             84,523               16,365         66,973        63,392          (3,581)       106%            84,523
         Libraries and Archives                          4,012             5,657              6,173                  322          2,280         4,630           2,349         49%              6,173
         Museums & Art Galleries etc                      355                    15                 67                –                 0            51           51          0%                     67
         Community halls and Facilities                       19                 29                 31                    3         21               23               2       89%                    31
         Cemeteries & Crematoriums                       4,173             4,811              3,717                  103          1,213         2,788           1,575         43%              3,717
         Child Care                                           –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Aged Care                                            –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Other Community                                      –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Other Social                                  56,715             55,403             74,535               15,937         63,460        55,901          (7,559)       114%            74,535
      Sport and recreation                             12,560              6,135             11,681                  486          4,632         8,761           4,129         53%            11,681
      Public safety                                    13,589                    96          13,949                  632          9,712        10,462            750          93%            13,949
         Police                                               91                 96                 81               581            67               61            (6)       110%                    81
         Fire                                                 –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Civil Defence                                        –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Street Lighting                                      –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Other                                         13,498                    –           13,867                   50          9,644        10,401            756          93%            13,867
      Housing                                                 89                 –           (2,218)                      6         58         (1,664)         (1,721)        -3%             (2,218)
      Health                                             3,444                   12                     3                 1             3                2         (1)       168%                        3
         Clinics                                         3,438                   –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Ambulance                                            –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Other                                                    6              12                     3                 1             3                2         (1)       168%                        3
   Economic and environmental services                 19,475             64,264             33,546                3,118         30,715        25,160          (5,555)       122%            33,546
      Planning and development                           2,359            22,417              2,431                  221          1,814         1,824                 9       99%              2,431
         Economic Development/Planning                        72             115                102                       1         71               76               5       93%               102
         Town Planning/Building enforcement
                                                         2,287            22,301              2,330                  220          1,743         1,747                 4      100%              2,330
         Licensing & Regulation                                                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
      Road transport                                   16,063             41,848             29,863                2,846         28,265        22,397          (5,868)       126%            29,863
         Roads                                           1,078            11,146             13,654                  247          7,983        10,240           2,257         78%            13,654
         Public Buses                                         –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –           0%                     –
         Parking Garages                                      58                 62                 58                    5         43               43               1       99%                    58
         Vehicle Licensing and Testing                 14,918             30,640             16,151                2,594         20,239        12,114          (8,125)       167%            16,151
         Other                                                10                 –                  –                 –             –                –            –         #DIV/0!                  –
      Environmental protection                           1,053                   –            1,252                   52           635              939          303          68%              1,252
         Pollution Control                                    –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –         #DIV/0!                  –
         Biodiversity & Landscape                             –                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –         #DIV/0!                  –
         Other                                           1,053                   –            1,252                   52           635              939          303          68%              1,252
   Trading services                                   952,457          1,138,958          1,170,836               99,157        857,319       878,127         20,808          98%         1,170,836
      Electricity                                     546,888            673,048            695,991               52,834        502,383       521,993         19,610          96%           695,991
          Electricity Distribution                    546,888            673,048            695,991               52,834        502,383       521,993         19,610          96%           695,991
         Electricity Generation                                                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –         #DIV/0!                  –
      Water                                           163,078            187,335            186,113               15,354        138,381       139,585           1,204         99%           186,113
         Water Distribution                           163,078            187,335            186,113               15,354        138,381       139,585           1,204         99%           186,113
         Water Storage                                                           –                  –                 –             –                –            –         #DIV/0!                  –
      Waste water management                          125,262            159,877            170,640               14,209        116,777       127,980         11,202          91%           170,640
        Sewerage                                      125,262            159,877            170,640               14,209        116,777       127,980         11,202          91%           170,640
         Storm Water Management                                                  –                  –                 –             –                –            –         #DIV/0!                  –
         Public Toilets                                                          –                  –                 –             –                –            –         #DIV/0!                  –
      Waste management                                117,228            118,698            118,092               16,759         99,778        88,569         (11,209)       113%           118,092
GT481 Mogale City - Table C2 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (standard classification) - M09 March
                                                      2010/11                                                        Budget Year 2011/12
                       Description              Ref   Audited       Original       Adjusted                                                                                   Full Year
                                                                                                   Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance     YTD variance
                                                      Outcome       Budget          Budget                                                                                    Forecast
R thousands                                     1                                                                                                                   %
         Solid Waste                                    117,228        118,698        118,092            16,759         99,778        88,569        (11,209)      113%           118,092
   Other                                                        –              –              60             –             –                45          45         0%                     60
      Air Transport                                                                           –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
      Abattoirs                                                                               60             –             –                45          45         0%                     60
      Tourism                                                                                 –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
      Forestry                                                                                –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
      Markets                                                                                 –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
Total Revenue - Standard                        2      1,424,686     1,603,435      1,648,135           147,961      1,205,335     1,236,101        30,766         98%         1,648,135
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   Municipal governance and administration              318,952        276,526        298,900            18,495        215,776       224,175         8,399         96%           298,900
      Executive and council                              46,969         36,030         39,520             1,921         26,392        29,640         3,248         89%            39,520
         Mayor and Council                               32,006         28,844         32,813             1,273         18,967        24,610         5,643         77%            32,813
           Municipal Manager                             14,963          7,186          6,706               648          7,425         5,030         (2,395)      148%              6,706
      Budget and treasury office                        140,050        107,261        117,511             5,221         84,757        88,134         3,377         96%           117,511
      Corporate services                                131,934        133,235        141,870            11,353        104,627       106,402         1,775         98%           141,870
         Human Resources                                 12,272         16,037         15,255               566         12,727        11,441         (1,286)      111%            15,255
           Information Technology                        24,043         22,254         29,331             4,136         21,889        21,998           109        100%            29,331
           Property Services                             42,948            726         31,335             2,559         24,565        23,502         (1,064)      105%            31,335
           Other Admin                                   52,672         94,218         65,948             4,093         45,446        49,461         4,015         92%            65,948
   Community and public safety                          200,172        144,152        203,664            17,176        154,292       152,748         (1,544)      101%           203,664
      Community and social services                      37,367         37,640         44,894             3,134         30,709        33,671         2,961         91%            44,894
         Libraries and Archives                          15,196         17,293         18,981             1,167         12,478        14,236         1,758         88%            18,981
           Museums & Art Galleries etc                     1,444         1,498          1,397                65           956          1,048            92         91%              1,397
           Community halls and Facilities                  7,327         4,027          7,629               621          5,796         5,722            (74)      101%              7,629
           Cemeteries & Crematoriums                       5,649         5,377          6,415               424          4,018         4,811           793         84%              6,415
           Child Care                                           –              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Aged Care                                            –              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Other Community                                      –              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Other Social                                    7,752         9,445         10,472               858          7,462         7,854           392         95%            10,472
      Sport and recreation                               65,220         59,115         66,041             5,714         49,008        49,530           522         99%            66,041
      Public safety                                      78,987         28,881         75,820             7,129         64,082        56,865         (7,217)      113%            75,820
         Police                                            7,441         5,595          6,468               518          5,310         4,851          (459)       109%              6,468
           Fire                                                 –              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Civil Defence                                        –              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Street Lighting                                      –              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Other                                         71,546         23,286         69,352             6,611         58,773        52,014         (6,758)      113%            69,352
      Housing                                              8,588        10,577         11,299               960          6,828         8,475         1,647         81%            11,299
      Health                                             10,009          7,938          5,610               239          3,664         4,208           543         87%              5,610
         Clinics                                           5,168         2,796            407              (112)          178              305         127         58%               407
           Ambulance                                            –              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Other                                           4,841         5,143          5,203               351          3,486         3,902           416         89%              5,203
   Economic and environmental services                  161,461        137,551        179,626            12,634        132,800       134,719         1,920         99%           179,626
      Planning and development                           28,235         33,656         28,920             1,726         17,781        21,690         3,908         82%            28,920
         Economic Development/Planning                   16,552         20,883         18,025               951          9,644        13,518         3,874         71%            18,025
           Town Planning/Building enforcement
                                                         11,683         12,773         10,895               775          8,137         8,171            35        100%            10,895
           Licensing & Regulation                                              –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
      Road transport                                    126,549         96,548        142,936            10,278        109,078       107,202         (1,876)      102%           142,936
         Roads                                          111,971         40,031        126,864             9,005         97,028        95,148         (1,880)      102%           126,864
           Public Buses                                                        –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Parking Garages                                  985                –          985                82           739              739          –          0%                985
           Vehicle Licensing and Testing                 10,082         54,065         12,723               940          8,749         9,542           793         92%            12,723
           Other                                           3,510         2,452          2,364               251          2,562         1,773          (789)       145%              2,364
      Environmental protection                             6,677         7,347          7,770               629          5,940         5,828          (112)       102%              7,770
         Pollution Control                                                     –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Biodiversity & Landscape                                            –              –              –             –                –           –          0%                     –
           Other                                           6,677         7,347          7,770               629          5,940         5,828          (112)       102%              7,770
   Trading services                                     803,107        815,660        981,101           104,130        674,209       735,825        61,617         92%           981,101
      Electricity                                       445,888        510,768        577,663            64,039        387,485       433,247        45,762         89%           577,663
          Electricity Distribution                      445,888        510,768        577,663            64,039        387,485       433,247        45,762         89%           577,663
GT481 Mogale City - Table C2 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (standard classification) - M09 March
                                                                    2010/11                                                                 Budget Year 2011/12
                       Description                         Ref     Audited           Original         Adjusted                                                                                                  Full Year
                                                                                                                      Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance                   YTD variance
                                                                   Outcome           Budget            Budget                                                                                                   Forecast
R thousands                                                 1                                                                                                                                        %
         Electricity Generation                                                                 –                –                –                –                 –                 –            0%                       –
       Water                                                           201,255           180,314          228,379            19,717           157,833          171,284            13,451            92%             228,379
          Water Distribution                                           201,255           180,314          228,379            19,717           157,833          171,284            13,451            92%             228,379
           Water Storage                                                                        –                –                –                –                 –                 –            0%                       –
       Waste water management                                           77,722            56,939            79,484             8,598           61,718            59,613            (2,106)         104%               79,484
         Sewerage                                                       77,666            56,884            79,422             8,591           61,669            59,566            (2,103)         104%               79,422
           Storm Water Management                                             –                 –                –                –                –                 –                 –            0%                       –
           Public Toilets                                                     56                55               62                   6            49                47                   (3)      106%                      62
       Waste management                                                 78,243            67,639            95,575           11,776            67,172            71,681             4,509           94%               95,575
         Solid Waste                                                    78,243            67,639            95,575           11,776            67,172            71,681             4,509           94%               95,575
   Other                                                                    714              722               605                53              418               454                36           92%                  605
       Air Transport                                                                            –                –                –                –                 –                 –            0%                       –
       Abattoirs                                                                                –                –                –                –                 –                 –            0%                       –
       Tourism                                                              714              722               605                53              418               454                36           92%                  605
       Forestry                                                                                 –                –                –                –                 –                 –            0%                       –
       Markets                                                                                  –                –                –                –                 –                 –            0%                       –
Total Expenditure - Standard                                3        1,484,406         1,374,612         1,663,896          152,488         1,177,495         1,247,922           70,427            94%           1,663,896
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                         (59,721)         228,823           (15,761)           (4,527)          27,841           (11,821)          (39,661)         -236%             (15,761)
References
1. Government Finance Statistics Functions and Sub-functions are standardised to assist national and international accounts and comparison
2. Total Revenue by Standard Classification must reconcile to total operating revenue shown in Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
3. Total Expenditure by Standard Classification must reconcile to total operating expenditure shown in Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
4. All amounts must be classified under a Standard (modified GFS) classification. The GFS function 'Other' is only for Abbatoirs, Air Transport, Markets and Tourism - and if used must be supported by footnotes. Nothing
else may be placed under 'Other'. Assign associate share to relevant classification


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GT481 Mogale City - Table C2 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (standard classification) - M09 March
                                                                         2010/11                                                         Budget Year 2011/12
                        Description                            Ref      Audited          Original        Adjusted         Monthly                           YearTD           YTD          YTD         Full Year
                                                                                                                                         YearTD actual
                                                                        Outcome          Budget           Budget           actual                           budget         variance     variance      Forecast
R thousands                                                      1                                                                                                                         %
Revenue - Standard
   Governance and administration                                            357,798         328,056          335,755           28,197         235,923          251,816       (15,893)     -6%             335,755
       Executive and council                                                  3,006            7,156            2,088             136            1,236            1,566         (330)    -21%               2,088
       Budget and treasury office                                           342,274         302,019          302,033           27,469           48,730         226,525     (177,795)     -78%             302,033
       Corporate services                                                    12,517           18,881          31,634              592         185,958           23,726      162,233      684%              31,634
   Community and public safety                                               94,956           72,157         107,937           17,489           81,378          80,953          425       1%              107,937
       Community and social services                                         65,274           65,914          84,523           16,365           66,973          63,392         3,581      6%               84,523
       Sport and recreation                                                  12,560            6,135          11,681              486            4,632            8,761       (4,129)    -47%              11,681
       Public safety                                                         13,589                 96        13,949              632            9,712          10,462          (750)     -7%              13,949
       Housing                                                                     89               –          (2,218)               6              58           (1,664)       1,721     -103%             (2,218)
       Health                                                                 3,444                 12              3                1               3                2            1      68%                     3
   Economic and environmental services                                       19,475           64,264          33,546            3,118           30,715          25,160         5,555      22%              33,546
       Planning and development                                               2,359           22,417            2,431             221            1,814            1,824           (9)     -1%               2,431
       Road transport                                                        16,063           41,848          29,863            2,846           28,265          22,397         5,868      26%              29,863
       Environmental protection                                               1,053                 –           1,252               52             635              939         (303)    -32%               1,252
   Trading services                                                         952,457       1,138,958        1,170,836           99,157         857,319          878,127       (20,808)     -2%           1,170,836
       Electricity                                                          546,888         673,048          695,991           52,834         502,383          521,993       (19,610)     -4%             695,991
       Water                                                                163,078         187,335          186,113           15,354         138,381          139,585        (1,204)     -1%             186,113
       Waste water management                                               125,262         159,877          170,640           14,209         116,777          127,980       (11,202)     -9%             170,640
       Waste management                                                     117,228         118,698          118,092           16,759           99,778          88,569       11,209       13%             118,092
   Other                                                         4                 –                –              60               –               –                45          (45)    -100%                 60
Total Revenue - Standard                                         2        1,424,686       1,603,435        1,648,135          147,961        1,205,335       1,236,101       (30,766)     -2%           1,648,135

Expenditure - Standard
   Governance and administration                                            318,952         276,526          298,900           18,495         215,776          224,175        (8,399)     -4%             298,900
       Executive and council                                                 46,969           36,030          39,520            1,921           26,392          29,640        (3,248)    -11%              39,520
       Budget and treasury office                                           140,050         107,261          117,511            5,221           84,757          88,134        (3,377)     -4%             117,511
       Corporate services                                                   131,934         133,235          141,870           11,353         104,627          106,402        (1,775)     -2%             141,870
   Community and public safety                                              200,172         144,152          203,664           17,176         154,292          152,748         1,544      1%              203,664
       Community and social services                                         37,367           37,640          44,894            3,134           30,709          33,671        (2,961)     -9%              44,894
       Sport and recreation                                                  65,220           59,115          66,041            5,714           49,008          49,530          (522)     -1%              66,041
       Public safety                                                         78,987           28,881          75,820            7,129           64,082          56,865         7,217      13%              75,820
       Housing                                                                8,588           10,577          11,299              960            6,828            8,475       (1,647)    -19%              11,299
       Health                                                                10,009            7,938            5,610             239            3,664            4,208         (543)    -13%               5,610
   Economic and environmental services                                      161,461         137,551          179,626           12,634         132,800          134,719        (1,920)     -1%             179,626
       Planning and development                                              28,235           33,656          28,920            1,726           17,781          21,690        (3,908)    -18%              28,920
       Road transport                                                       126,549           96,548         142,936           10,278         109,078          107,202         1,876      2%              142,936
       Environmental protection                                               6,677            7,347            7,770             629            5,940            5,828         112       2%                7,770
   Trading services                                                         803,107         815,660          981,101          104,130         674,209          735,825       (61,617)     -8%             981,101
       Electricity                                                          445,888         510,768          577,663           64,039         387,485          433,247       (45,762)    -11%             577,663
       Water                                                                201,255         180,314          228,379           19,717         157,833          171,284       (13,451)     -8%             228,379
       Waste water management                                                77,722           56,939          79,484            8,598           61,718          59,613         2,106      4%               79,484
       Waste management                                                      78,243           67,639          95,575           11,776           67,172          71,681        (4,509)     -6%              95,575
   Other                                                                        714              722             605                53             418              454          (36)     -8%                 605
Total Expenditure - Standard                                     3        1,484,406       1,374,612        1,663,896          152,488        1,177,495       1,247,922       (70,427)     -6%           1,663,896
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                                (59,721)        228,823          (15,761)          (4,527)         27,841         (11,821)       39,661    -336%            (15,761)
References
1. Government Finance Statistics Functions and Sub-functions are standardised to assist the compilation of national and international accounts for comparison purposes
2. Total Revenue by standard classification must reconcile to Total Operating Revenue shown in the Financial Performance Statement
3. Total Expenditure by standard classification must reconcile to total operating expenditure shown in 'Financial Performance Statement'
4. All amounts must be classified under a standard classification (modified GFS). The GFS function 'Other' is only for Abbatoirs, Air Transport, Markets and Tourism - and if used must be supported by footnotes.
Nothing else may be placed under 'Other'. Assign associate share to relevant classification
GT481 Mogale City - Table C3 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote) - M09 March
                      Vote Description                                   2010/11                                                         Budget Year 2011/12
                                                                        Audited          Original           Adjusted       Monthly                       YearTD             YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                 Ref                                                                     YearTD actual
             [Insert departmental structure etc 3.]                     Outcome          Budget              Budget         actual                       budget           variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                                              %
Revenue by Vote                                                   1
   Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                                                      206                1                  0             –              2                0           2    633.3%                 0
   Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                                          3,556           7,160             2,093           136            1,237           1,570         (332)   -21.2%          2,093
   Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                                        11,763           18,876            11,669           586            2,870           8,752       (5,881)   -67.2%         11,669
   Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                                               342,274          302,019           302,032        27,469          231,846      226,524           5,322     2.3%         302,032
   Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                                                  101,700           92,366           111,447        19,487           96,247          83,586       12,661     15.1%        111,447
   Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT                              126,276          129,094           134,180        17,398          105,702      100,635           5,067      5.0%        134,180
   Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                                                  2,461           22,513            20,280           216            1,871       15,210         (13,339)   -87.7%         20,280
   Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                                          836,450        1,031,407         1,066,434        82,644          765,560      799,826         (34,265)    -4.3%      1,066,434
   Vote 9 - Example 9                                                            –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 10 - Example 10                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 11 - Example 11                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 12 - Example 12                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 13 - Example 13                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 14 - Example 14                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 15 - Example 15                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
Total Revenue by Vote                                             2       1,424,686        1,603,436         1,648,135       147,936        1,205,335     1,236,101        (30,766)      -2.5%    1,648,135

Expenditure by Vote                                               1
   Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                                                  32,004           28,844            32,813         1,273           18,967          24,610       (5,643)   -22.9%         32,813
   Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                                        41,091           36,461            42,915         5,057           30,956          32,186       (1,230)      -3.8%       42,915
   Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                                        62,541           72,659            69,408         4,288           53,252          52,056        1,196        2.3%       69,408
   Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                                               140,050          107,261           117,511         5,221           84,757          88,134       (3,377)      -3.8%      117,511
   Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                                                  154,767          138,152           157,029        13,168          122,560      117,772           4,788        4.1%      157,029
   Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT                              134,862          126,955           155,889        16,754          109,992      116,917          (6,924)      -5.9%      155,889
   Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                                                 35,838           42,185            39,777         2,587           24,664       29,833          (5,169)     -17.3%       39,777
   Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                                          883,254          822,096         1,048,553       104,140          732,346      786,415         (54,069)      -6.9%    1,048,553
   Vote 9 - Example 9                                                            –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 10 - Example 10                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 11 - Example 11                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 12 - Example 12                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 13 - Example 13                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 14 - Example 14                                                          –                –                 –             –                –            –               –                        –
   Vote 15 - Example 15                                                            –                –              –                 –             –               –            –                        –
Total Expenditure by Vote                                         2       1,484,406        1,374,612         1,663,896       152,488        1,177,495     1,247,922        (70,427)    -5.6%      1,663,896
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                          2           (59,721) 228,824          (15,761)       (4,552)          27,841          (11,821)     39,661    -335.5%       (15,761)
References
1. Insert 'Vote'; e.g. Department, if different to standard classification structure
2. Must reconcile to Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance Statement (standard classification)
GT481 Mogale City - Table C3 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote) - A - M09 March
                 Vote Description         Ref      2010/11                                                              Budget Year 2011/12

                                                   Audited      Original           Adjusted                                                                                     Full Year
R thousand                                                                                            Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance    YTD variance
                                                   Outcome      Budget              Budget                                                                                      Forecast
                                                                                                                                                                      %
Revenue by Vote                             1
   Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                              206                   1                  0             –                  2          0            (2)      733%                        0
   MAYOR'S OFFICE                                        206                   1                  0                                2          0            (2)      733%                        0
   SPEAKER'S OFFICE                                       –                –                  –                 –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!                  –
                                                                                                                                             –                     #DIV/0!
   Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                   3,556        7,160              2,093                  136          1,237         1,570           332       79%               2,093
   ADMINISTRATION(MM)                                      18           –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!               –
   INTERNAL AUDIT                                          –            –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!               –
   PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT                              2,617        7,155              2,088                  136          1,229         1,566           337       78%               2,088
   IDP & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT                            –            –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!               –
   INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 755             5                  4                    0              3             3           (0)      113%                   4
   2010 PROJECTS & BEYOND                                 166           –                    1                  –                5             1           (4)      749%                   1
                                                                                                                                             –             –       #DIV/0!
   Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                 11,763        18,876             11,669                  586          2,870         8,752         5,881       33%             11,669
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                  1,011        12,355              7,155                   –              84         5,366         5,282        2%              7,155
   LEGAL SERVICES                                      1,626              2               914                     1            14           685           671        2%                914
   INTERGOVERMENTAL & CORPORATE ADMIN                  7,610         4,892              1,941                  229          1,783         1,456          (327)      122%             1,941
   HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT                                 1           –                  –                   355            983            –           (983)     #DIV/0!              –
   HUMAN CAPITAL SUPPORT                               1,515         1,628              1,654                                             1,241         1,241        0%              1,654
   MARKETING & COMMUNICATION                              –             –                    5                  –                  5           4           (1)      133%                  5
                                                                                                                                             –             –       #DIV/0!
                                                                                                                                             –             –       #DIV/0!
                                                                                                                                             –             –       #DIV/0!
                                                                                                                                             –             –       #DIV/0!
   Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                        342,274       302,019            302,032               27,469        231,846       226,524        (5,322)      102%           302,032
   ADMINISTRATION(CFO)                                    –             –                  22                   –              22            16            (5)      133%                22
   VALUATIONS                                             –             –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!              –
   REVENUE                                           217,843       253,612            243,366               20,286        183,494       182,525          (969)      101%           243,366
   CREDIT CONTROL                                     22,445        20,517             30,312                1,475         21,593        22,734         1,141       95%             30,312
   CREDITORS                                           1,501         1,567              1,269                  138          1,128           952          (176)      119%             1,269
   SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                            72,156           262              3,540                     4         3,158         2,655          (503)      119%             3,540
   BUDGET & TREASURY                                  28,329        26,060             23,523                5,564         22,451        17,642        (4,809)      127%            23,523
                                                                                                                                                           –       #DIV/0!
   Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                           101,700        92,366            111,447               19,487         96,247        83,586       (12,661)      115%           111,447
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                     –             –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!              –
   SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT                                   1,726        55,407             74,550               15,940         63,471        55,912        (7,559)      114%            74,550
   CLINICS                                             3,438            –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!              –
   SPORTS,RECREATION,LIBRARIES,HERITAGE & MUSEUM      68,120         6,258              6,821                  324          2,849         5,116         2,266       56%              6,821
   LICENCES                                           14,918        16,224             16,151                2,594         20,239        12,114        (8,125)      167%            16,151
   PUBLIC SAFETY                                      13,498        14,478             13,925                  629          9,687        10,444           757       93%             13,925
                                                                                                                                                           –       #DIV/0!
                                                                                                                                                           –       #DIV/0!
   Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT       126,276       129,094            134,180               17,398        105,702       100,635        (5,067)      105%           134,180
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                     –             –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!              –
   ENIVORNMENTAL MANAGEMENT                            1,072            37              1,270                   53            648           953           305       68%              1,270
   MUNICIPAL HEALTH                                  117,228       118,698            118,092               16,759         99,778        88,569       (11,209)      113%           118,092
   PARKS MANAGEMENT                                    7,975        10,360             14,818                  586          5,276        11,113         5,838       47%             14,818
                                                                                                                                                           –       #DIV/0!
   Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                            2,461       22,513             20,280                  216          1,871        15,210        13,339       12%             20,280
   DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING                               2,359       22,417              2,431                  206          1,800         1,824            24       99%              2,431
   ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT & TOURISM                        91           96                141                   10             69           106            37       65%                141
   RURAL DEVELOPMENT                                       –            –                   2                   –               2             1            (0)      133%                 2
   HUMAN SETLLEMENTS                                       11           –              17,705                   –                        13,279        13,279        0%             17,705
                                                                                                                                                           –       #DIV/0!
   Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                   836,450     1,031,407          1,066,434               82,644        765,560       799,826        34,265       96%          1,066,434
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                     –             –                  –                    –              –             –             –       #DIV/0!              –
   WATER & SANITATION                                288,340       347,212            356,753               29,563        255,158       267,565        12,406       95%            356,753
   FLEET MANAGEMENT                                       68            –             695,991                   –              –        521,993       521,993        0%            695,991
   ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION                          546,888       673,048                 36               52,834        502,383            27      (502,356)    1855688%              36
   MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS                                    77            –                  –                    –              36            –            (36)     #DIV/0!              –
   ROADS & STORMWATER                                  1,078        11,146             13,654                  247          7,983        10,240         2,257       78%             13,654

Total Revenue by Vote                       2       1,424,686    1,603,436          1,648,135              147,936      1,205,335      1,236,101       30,766
                                                                                                                                                           –         98%         1,648,135
Expenditure by Vote                         1                                                                                                              –
   Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                           32,004        28,844             32,813                1,273         18,967        24,610         5,643        77%            32,813
   MAYOR'S OFFICE                                     15,387        11,997             15,661                  456          8,690        11,746         3,056        74%            15,661
   SPEAKER'S OFFICE                                   16,617        16,847             17,152                  817         10,277        12,864         2,587        80%            17,152

   Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                 41,091        36,461             42,915                5,057         30,956        32,186         1,230        96%            42,915
   ADMINISTRATION(MM)                                  2,228         1,992              1,833                 (116)         1,106         1,375           269        80%             1,833
   INTERNAL AUDIT                                      3,590         3,754              4,427                  336          2,863         3,320           457        86%             4,427
   CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER                                                              2,634                  216          1,489         1,975           487        75%             2,634
GT481 Mogale City - Table C3 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote) - A - M09 March
                   Vote Description                       Ref     2010/11                                                           Budget Year 2011/12

                                                                 Audited          Original         Adjusted                                                                                 Full Year
R thousand                                                                                                       Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance     YTD variance
                                                                 Outcome          Budget            Budget                                                                                  Forecast
                                                                                                                                                                                   %
   PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT                                             5,440            5,194            2,219              179        1,478          1,664          186         89%             2,219
   IDP & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT                                        2,086            2,300            2,451              273        1,642          1,838          197         89%             2,451
   INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                             24,043           22,319           29,331            4,136       21,889         21,998          109         100%           29,331
   MONITORING & EVALUATION                                             3,705              901               21               34          490             16         (474)       3146%               21

   Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                                 62,541           72,659           69,408            4,288       53,252         52,056        (1,196)      102%            69,408
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                  3,215            2,609            5,001              254        5,517          3,751        (1,766)      147%             5,001
   LEGAL SERVICES                                                     14,797           13,747           15,103              983       10,895         11,328           433       96%             15,103
   INTERGOVERMENTAL & CORPORATE ADMIN                                 20,769           29,985           22,661            1,705       16,267         16,996           728       96%             22,661
   HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT                                           12,272           16,037           15,255              566       12,727         11,441        (1,286)      111%            15,255
   MARKETING & COMMUNICATION                                          11,489           10,281           11,387              781        7,846          8,540           694       92%             11,387

   Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                                        140,050          107,261          117,511             5,221      84,757         88,134         3,377        96%           117,511
   ADMINISTRATION(CFO)                                                 6,874            6,011            6,812               303       4,966          5,109           143       97%              6,812
   VALUATIONS                                                          2,660            3,030            3,131               304       2,248          2,348           101       96%              3,131
   REVENUE                                                            55,849           46,199           44,214             1,942      33,256         33,160           (96)      100%            44,214
   CREDIT CONTROL                                                     21,525           15,755           25,462             3,712      20,252         19,096        (1,155)      106%            25,462
   CREDITORS                                                          30,051           11,557           11,229               744       7,729          8,422           693       92%             11,229
   SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                             9,693           10,426           10,005               954       8,550          7,503        (1,047)      114%            10,005
   BUDGET & TREASURY                                                  13,398           14,285           16,658            (2,738)      7,756         12,494         4,738       62%             16,658

   Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                                           154,767          138,152          157,029           13,168      122,560        117,772        (4,788)      104%           157,029
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                  3,969            4,328            4,054              340        3,123          3,041           (83)      103%             4,054
   SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT                                                  15,909           13,536           18,158            1,480       13,292         13,619           327       98%             18,158
   CLINICS                                                             5,168            2,796              407             (112)         178            305           127       58%                407
   SPORTS,RECREATION,LIBRARIES,HERITAGE & MUSEUM                      41,579           35,492           45,436            3,371       33,032         34,077         1,045       97%             45,436
   LICENCES                                                           10,082           10,946           12,723              940        8,749          9,542           793       92%             12,723
   PUBLIC SAFETY                                                      78,060           71,053           76,252            7,149       64,187         57,189        (6,998)      112%            76,252
                                                                                                                                                                                                    –

   Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT                       134,862          126,955          155,889           16,754      109,992        116,917        6,924         94%           155,889
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                  1,973            2,086            2,171              122        1,622          1,628            6        100%             2,171
   ENIVORNMENTAL MANAGEMENT                                           11,444           12,426           12,916            1,015        9,428          9,687          259        97%             12,916
   MUNICIPAL HEALTH                                                   76,269           65,553           93,529           11,619       65,514         70,147        4,632        93%             93,529
   PARKS MANAGEMENT                                                   45,174           46,890           47,273            3,998       33,428         35,455        2,027        94%             47,273

   Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                                          35,838           42,185           39,777            2,587       24,664         29,833        5,169         83%            39,777
   DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING                                             14,577           17,022           15,457            1,116       11,628         11,593          (35)       100%            15,457
   ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT & TOURISM                                    3,933            4,553            3,534              285        2,653          2,651           (2)       100%             3,534
   RURAL DEVELOPMENT                                                   8,742           10,034            9,469              227        3,555          7,101        3,547        50%              9,469
   HUMAN SETLLEMENTS                                                   8,586           10,577           11,317              960        6,828          8,488        1,660        80%             11,317

   Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                                   883,254          822,096        1,048,553          104,140      732,346        786,415       54,069         93%         1,048,553
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                  1,952            2,142            2,331              163        1,581          1,748          168        90%              2,331
   WATER & SANITATION                                                278,977          237,253          306,988           28,314      219,551        230,241       10,689        95%            306,988
   FLEET MANAGEMENT                                                    7,196            5,869            5,831              489        4,664          4,373         (291)       107%             5,831
   ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION                                          446,183          510,768          578,816           64,062      387,678        434,112       46,434        89%            578,816
   MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS                                                36,975           26,033           27,723            2,106       21,845         20,792       (1,052)       105%            27,723
   ROADS & STORMWATER                                                111,971           40,031          126,864            9,005       97,028         95,148       (1,880)       102%           126,864

Total Expenditure by Vote                                  2       1,484,406        1,374,612        1,663,896          152,488     1,177,495     1,247,922        70,427        94%         1,663,896
                                                                                                                                                                       –
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                  2    (59,721)       228,824             (15,761)         (4,552)     27,841        (11,821)      (39,661)      -236%           (15,761)
References
1. Insert 'Vote'; e.g. Department, if different to standard structure
2. Must reconcile to Financial Performance ('Revenue and Expenditure by Standard Classification' and 'Revenue and Expenditure')
3. Assign share in 'associate' to relevant Vote

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GT481 Mogale City - Table C4 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure) - M09 March
                                                                               2010/11                                                      Budget Year 2011/12
                             Description                              Ref     Audited           Original        Adjusted      Monthly                       YearTD             YTD         YTD         Full Year
                                                                                                                                            YearTD actual
                                                                              Outcome           Budget           Budget        actual                       budget           variance    variance      Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                                                 %
Revenue By Source
   Property rates                                                                 234,294          253,084         242,698       20,247          183,117       182,023          1,093      1%             242,698
   Property rates - penalties & collection charges                                     –                –               –            –                –             –              –                           –
   Service charges - electricity revenue                                          481,459          628,068         653,369       44,966          464,407       490,027        (25,620)     -5%            653,369
   Service charges - water revenue                                                221,845          171,681         171,781       12,732          126,240       128,836         (2,595)     -2%            171,781
   Service charges - sanitation revenue                                            12,226           82,528          84,647        6,936           63,061        63,486           (424)     -1%             84,647
   Service charges - refuse revenue                                                58,178           67,784          71,770        5,414           54,265        53,827            438      1%              71,770
   Service charges - other                                                         28,722           13,454          13,704          649            8,961        10,278         (1,317)    -13%             13,704
   Rental of facilities and equipment                                               7,739            5,056           2,132          239            1,916         1,599            317     20%               2,132
   Interest earned - external investments                                           7,455            2,272             534           36              570           401            169     42%                 534
   Interest earned - outstanding debtors                                            7,510            6,875          12,091          644            8,512         9,068           (556)     -6%             12,091
   Dividends received                                                                                   –               –            –                –             –              –                           –
   Fines                                                                           13,159           14,083          13,398          602            9,315        10,048           (734)     -7%             13,398
   Licences and permits                                                                31               29              19            1               17            15              2     16%                  19
   Agency services                                                                 14,879           16,135          16,135        2,592           20,220        12,101          8,119     67%              16,135
   Transfers recognised - operational                                             260,806          200,724         213,882       48,286          195,002       160,412         34,591     22%             213,882
   Other revenue                                                                   76,382           26,240          27,299        1,320           19,318        20,475         (1,156)     -6%             27,299
   Gains on disposal of PPE                                                            –                –           22,569          (13)           2,544        16,927        (14,382)    -85%             22,569
                                                                                1,424,686        1,488,011       1,546,029      144,652        1,157,466     1,159,522         (2,056)      0%          1,546,029
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)

Expenditure By Type
    Employee related costs                                                        373,277          418,215         406,312       31,765          308,310      304,734           3,577      1%             406,312
    Remuneration of councillors                                                     16,313           19,312         19,312        1,501           13,478          14,484       (1,006)     -7%             19,312
    Debt impairment                                                                 59,870           80,528         70,176        5,848           52,632          52,632           (0)     0%              70,176
    Depreciation & asset impairment                                               209,307            10,453        209,307       17,442          156,980      156,980              –                      209,307
    Finance charges                                                                 33,209           22,984         25,309              –         15,508          18,982       (3,474)    -18%             25,309
    Bulk purchases                                                                437,901          484,452         549,583       60,808          367,453      412,187         (44,734)    -11%            549,583
    Other materials                                                                      –                 –            –               –             –               –            –                           –
    Contracted services                                                           123,709            87,992        147,716       17,685          100,332      110,787         (10,456)     -9%            147,716
    Transfers and grants                                                             4,739            7,236         18,164        1,943           12,519          13,623       (1,103)     -8%             18,164
    Other expenditure                                                             226,080          243,440         218,017       15,494          150,281      163,513         (13,232)     -8%            218,017
    Loss on disposal of PPE                                                              –                              –               –             –               –            –                           –
Total Expenditure                                                               1,484,406        1,374,612       1,663,896      152,488        1,177,495     1,247,922        (70,427)     -6%          1,663,896

Surplus/(Deficit)                                                                  (59,721)        113,399        (117,867)      (7,836)         (20,028)         (88,400)     68,372            (0)     (117,867)
    Transfers recognised - capital                                                                 115,424         102,106        3,284           47,869          76,579      (28,710)           (0)      102,106
    Contributions recognised - capital                                                                                                  –             –                            –
   Contributed assets                                                                                                                –                –                            –
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & contributions                          (59,721)        228,823         (15,761)      (4,552)          27,841          (11,821)                                (15,761)


    Taxation                                                                                                                            –             –                            –
Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation                                                   (59,721)        228,823         (15,761)      (4,552)          27,841          (11,821)                                (15,761)
   Attributable to minorities                                                                                                        –                –
Surplus/(Deficit) attributable to municipality                                     (59,721)        228,823         (15,761)      (4,552)          27,841          (11,821)                                (15,761)
    Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate                                                                                            –             –
Surplus/ (Deficit) for the year                                                    (59,721)        228,823         (15,761)      (4,552)          27,841          (11,821)                                (15,761)
References
1. Material variances to be explained on Table SC1



                                                                                  1,424,686         1,603,435
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions) including capital transfers/contributions etc       1,648,135      147,936        1,205,335    1,236,101                                   1,648,135
GT481 Mogale City - Table C5 Monthly Budget Statement - Capital Expenditure (municipal vote, standard classification and funding) - M09 March
                                                                             2010/11                                                              Budget Year 2011/12
                         Vote Description                           Ref      Audited          Original        Adjusted          Monthly                             YearTD             YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                                                  YearTD actual
                                                                             Outcome          Budget           Budget            actual                             budget           variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                           1                                                                                                                             %
Multi-Year expenditure appropriation                                  2
    Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                                                           –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                                                 –                 50            (27)               75                75              (20)           95     -469%            (27)
    Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                                                 –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                                                         –              500             (450)               –                 12            (338)           350     -104%           (450)
    Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                                                            –            2,536          18,953            2,431              12,724          14,215         (1,491)    -10%          18,953
    Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT                                        –          27,777            (9,239)            446               6,966           (6,930)       13,895     -201%         (9,239)
    Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                                                          –          35,700          (33,985)                –                 –           (25,489)       25,489     -100%        (33,985)
    Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                                                    –         135,619            (5,030)         11,440              66,801           (3,773)       70,574    -1871%         (5,030)
    Vote 9 - Example 9                                                                 –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 10 - Example 10                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 11 - Example 11                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 12 - Example 12                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 13 - Example 13                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 14 - Example 14                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 15 - Example 15                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
Total Capital Multi-year expenditure                                 4,7               –         202,182          (29,779)          14,392              86,578          (22,334)      108,912     -488%        (29,779)

Single Year expenditure appropriation                                 2
    Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                                                           –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                                                 –            4,213           (3,987)               65                65           (2,991)       (3,056)    102%          (3,987)
    Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                                                 –          17,550          (14,951)                –              2,378          (11,213)      (13,591)    121%         (14,951)
    Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                                                         –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                                                            –              567             820                     1              (1)           615            616     100%             820
    Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT                                        –              400           (1,086)                   8            165            (814)          (979)    120%          (1,086)
    Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                                                          –            1,300             (278)               –                 –             (209)          (209)    100%            (278)
    Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                                                    –                 –              –               (10)             2,348               –         (2,348)   #DIV/0!            –
    Vote 9 - Example 9                                                                 –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 10 - Example 10                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 11 - Example 11                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 12 - Example 12                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 13 - Example 13                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 14 - Example 14                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Vote 15 - Example 15                                                               –                 –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
Total Capital single-year expenditure                                 4                –          24,030          (19,482)                64             4,955          (14,612)      (19,566)    134%         (19,482)
Total Capital Expenditure                                                              –         226,213          (49,261)          14,456              91,532          (36,946)       89,346     -242%        (49,261)

Capital Expenditure - Standard Classification
    Governance and administration                                                      –          22,313            2,898                 –              2,390           1,932            458      24%           2,898
        Executive and council                                                                       4,234             220                                                  147           (147)    -100%            220
        Budget and treasury office                                                                    500               50                                  12               33           (21)    -63%              50
        Corporate services                                                                        17,579            2,628                 –              2,378           1,752            626      36%           2,628
    Community and public safety                                                        –            3,103          22,876            1,866              10,291          15,251         (4,960)    -33%          22,876
        Community and social services                                                               1,626          20,228            1,866               8,352          13,485         (5,133)    -38%          20,228
        Sport and recreation                                                                        1,400           2,023                 –              1,940           1,349            591      44%           2,023
        Public safety                                                                                    78           625                                    (2)           417           (419)    -100%            625
        Housing                                                                                          –              –                                                    –             –                        –
        Health                                                                                           –              –                                                    –             –                        –
    Economic and environmental services                                                –          72,013           30,159            1,589              13,852          20,106         (6,254)    -31%          30,159
        Planning and development                                                                  36,100            1,837                                                1,225         (1,225)    -100%          1,837
        Road transport                                                                            26,553           16,853            1,161               9,707          11,236         (1,528)    -14%          16,853
        Environmental protection                                                                    9,360          11,468              428               4,145           7,645         (3,501)    -46%          11,468
    Trading services                                                                   –         128,783          114,519            3,594              48,186          76,346        (28,160)    -37%         114,519
        Electricity                                                                               38,500           40,492            3,083              17,848          26,995         (9,147)    -34%          40,492
        Water                                                                                       7,766           2,062                                   62           1,375         (1,313)    -95%           2,062
        Waste water management                                                                    62,800           66,373              511              27,744          44,248        (16,505)    -37%          66,373
        Waste management                                                                          19,717            5,592                                2,532           3,728         (1,195)    -32%           5,592
    Other                                                                                                –          6,500                 24             2,358           4,333         (1,975)    -46%           6,500
Total Capital Expenditure - Standard Classification                   3                –         226,213          176,951            7,073              77,077        117,968         (40,891)    -35%         176,951

Funded by:
        National Government                                                                      107,264           82,357            1,143              39,980          54,904        (14,925)    -27%          82,357
        Provincial Government                                                                       1,090          19,736            1,866               8,352          13,158         (4,805)    -37%          19,736
        District Municipality                                                                       7,071               13                –                 –                    8         (8)    -100%             13
        Other transfers and grants                                                                       –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Transfers recognised - capital                                                     –         115,424          102,106            3,009              48,332          68,070        (19,738)    -29%         102,106
    Public contributions & donations                                  5                                  –              –                 –                 –                –             –                        –
    Borrowing                                                         6                                             8,075                 –                403           5,384         (4,980)    -93%           8,075
    Internally generated funds                                                                   110,789           66,770            4,064              28,341          44,514        (16,172)    -36%          66,770
Total Capital Funding                                                                   –          226,213         176,951            7,073          77,077          117,968          (40,891)    -35%         176,951
References
1. Municipalities may choose to appropriate for capital expenditure for three years or for one year (if one year appropriation projected expenditure required for yr2 and yr3).
2. Include capital component of PPP unitary payment
3. Capital expenditure by standard classification must reconcile to the total of multi-year and single year appropriations
4. Include expenditure on investment property, intangible and biological assets
5. Must reconcile to Monthly Budget Statement Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
6. Include finance leases and PPP capital funding component of unitary payment - total borrowing/repayments to reconcile to changes in Table SA17




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GT481 Mogale City - Table C5 Monthly Budget Statement - Capital Expenditure (municipal vote, standard classification and funding) - A - M09 March

                  Vote Description                Ref   2010/11                                                        Budget Year 2011/12

                                                        Audited       Original        Adjusted                                                                                  Full Year
R thousand                                                                                           Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance     YTD variance
                                                        Outcome       Budget           Budget                                                                                   Forecast
                                                                                                                                                                      %
Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote
Expenditure of multi-year capital appropriation    1
   Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                                       –              –               –             –             –                –            –                                –
   MAYOR'S OFFICE                                                                –                             –             –                –            –                                –
   SPEAKER'S OFFICE                                                              –                             –             –                –            –                                –
                                                                                                                                                           –
   Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                             –              50          (27)              75            75               (20)        (95)      469%                (27)
   ADMINISTRATION(MM)                                                            –                             –             –                 –           –                             –
   INTERNAL AUDIT                                                                –                             –             –                 –           –                             –
   PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT                                                       50          (27)              –             –                (20)        (20)      100%                (27)
   IDP & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT                                                  –                             –             –                 –           –                             –
   INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                                        –               –             75            75                –          (75)     #DIV/0!               –
   MARKETING & COMMUNICATION                                                     –                             –             –                 –           –                             –
                                                                                                                                                           –
   Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                             –              –               –             –             –                –            –                                –
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                            –                             –             –                –            –                                –
   LEGAL SERVICES                                                                –                             –             –                –            –                                –
   INTERGOVERMENTAL & CORPORATE ADMIN                                            –                             –             –                –            –                                –
   HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT                                                      –                             –             –                –            –                                –
   HUMAN CAPITAL SUPPORT                                                         –                             –             –                –            –                                –
                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                           –
   Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                                     –          500            (450)              –             12              (338)       (350)      104%               (450)
   ADMINISTRATION(CFO)                                                        –                                –             –                 –           –                             –
   VALUATIONS                                                                 –                                –             –                 –           –                             –
   REVENUE                                                                   250            (250)              –             –               (188)       (188)      100%               (250)
   CREDIT CONTROL                                                             –                                –             –                 –           –                             –
   CREDITORS                                                                  –                                –             –                 –           –                             –
   SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                    –                                –             –                 –           –                             –
   BUDGET & TREASURY                                                         250            (200)                            12              (150)       (162)      108%               (200)
                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                           –
   Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                                        –        2,536          18,953            2,431         12,724        14,215                     #VALUE!          18,953
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                         –               –                                             –              –                            –
   SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT                                                          –           18,953            2,387         10,740        14,215          3,475        24%            18,953
   CLINICS                                                                    –               –                               –             –              –                            –
   SPORTS,RECREATION,LIBRARIES,HERITAGE & MUSEUM                           2,536              –                44          1,984            –          (1,984)     #DIV/0!              –
   LICENCES                                                                   –               –                                             –              –                            –
   PUBLIC SAFETY                                                              –               –                                             –              –                            –
   2010 PROJECTS & BEYOND                                                     –               –                –             –              –              –                            –
                                                                                                                                                           –
   Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT                    –       27,777          (9,239)             446          6,966        (6,930)       (13,895)      201%             (9,239)
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                        500            (500)                                         (375)          (375)      100%               (500)
   ENIVORNMENTAL MANAGEMENT                                                   –               –                                             –              –                             –
   MUNICIPAL HEALTH                                                       18,857         (11,731)                          2,532        (8,798)       (11,331)      129%            (11,731)
   PARKS MANAGEMENT                                                        8,420           2,991              446          4,433         2,243         (2,190)      -98%              2,991
                                                                                                                                                           –
   Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                                      –       35,700         (33,985)              –             –         (25,489)       (25,489)      100%            (33,985)
   DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING                                                 20,000         (20,000)              –             –         (15,000)       (15,000)      100%            (20,000)
   ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT & TOURISM                                        4,200          (2,485)              –             –          (1,864)        (1,864)      100%             (2,485)
   RURAL DEVELOPMENT                                                      11,500         (11,500)              –             –          (8,625)        (8,625)      100%            (11,500)
   HUMAN SETLLEMENTS                                                          –               –                –             –              –              –                             –
                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                           –
   Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                                –      135,619          (5,030)          11,440         66,801        (3,773)       (70,574)      1871%            (5,030)
   ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                         –               –                                             –              –                             –
   WATER & SANITATION                                                     70,566          (2,130)           6,757         33,194        (1,598)       (34,792)      2177%            (2,130)
   FLEET MANAGEMENT                                                           –              300                                           225            225        100%               300
   ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION                                               38,500           6,500              777         19,992         4,875        (15,117)      -310%             6,500
   MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS                                                        –               –                –                            –              –                             –
   ROADS & STORMWATER                                                     26,553          (9,700)           3,907         13,614        (7,275)       (20,889)      287%             (9,700)
                                                                                                               –                                           –
Total multi-year capital expenditure                              –      202,182         (29,779)          14,392         86,578       (22,334)      (108,912)
                                                                                                                                                           –        488%            (29,779)
Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote
Expenditue of single-year capital appropriation    1                                                                                                      –
   Vote1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                                       –              –               –             –             –                –           –                                 –
   MAYOR'S OFFICE                                                                –               –             –             –                –           –                                 –
GT481 Mogale City - Table C5 Monthly Budget Statement - Capital Expenditure (municipal vote, standard classification and funding) - A - M09 March

                     Vote Description                         Ref       2010/11                                                       Budget Year 2011/12

                                                                        Audited       Original       Adjusted                                                                                   Full Year
R thousand                                                                                                          Monthly actual YearTD actual YearTD budget YTD variance     YTD variance
                                                                        Outcome       Budget          Budget                                                                                    Forecast
                                                                                                                                                                                     %
    SPEAKER'S OFFICE                                                                             –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    0                                                                                                                                                                     –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
    Vote2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE                                            –        4,213         (3,987)              65            65         (2,991)        (3,056)      102%              (3,987)
    ADMINISTRATION(MM)                                                                        –              –                –             –              –              –                              –
    INTERNAL AUDIT                                                                           120           (120)              –             –             (90)           (90)      100%                (120)
    PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT                                                                4,064         (3,867)              –             –          (2,900)        (2,900)      100%              (3,867)
    IDP & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT                                                              –              –                65            65             –             (65)     #DIV/0!                –
    INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                                                    29             –                –             –              –              –                              –
    MARKETING & COMMUNICATION                                                                 –              –                –             –              –              –                              –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
    Vote3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES                                            –       17,550        (14,951)              –           2,378       (11,213)       (13,591)      121%             (14,951)
    ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                                                       –                –           2,378            –          (2,378)     #DIV/0!                –
    LEGAL SERVICES                                                                        13,675             –                –              –             –              –                              –
    INTERGOVERMENTAL & CORPORATE ADMIN                                                        –         (14,922)              –              –        (11,192)       (11,192)      100%             (14,922)
    HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT                                                                  50            (29)              –              –            (22)           (22)      100%                 (29)
    HUMAN CAPITAL SUPPORT                                                                  3,825             –                –              –             –              –                              –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
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    Vote4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                                                    –              –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    ADMINISTRATION(CFO)                                                                          –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    VALUATIONS                                                                                   –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    REVENUE                                                                                      –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    CREDIT CONTROL                                                                               –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    CREDITORS                                                                                    –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                                      –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
    BUDGET & TREASURY                                                                            –              –             –             –                –            –                                 –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
    Vote5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                                                       –          567            820                   1         (1)             615          616       100%                820
    ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                                        –              –                –             –                –            –                             –
    SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT                                                                         –             273                   1           1             204          204       100%                273
    CLINICS                                                                                   –              –                –             –                –            –                             –
    SPORTS,RECREATION,LIBRARIES,HERITAGE & MUSEUM                                            490            547               –             –               411          411       100%                547
    LICENCES                                                                                  –              –                –             –                –            –                             –
    PUBLIC SAFETY                                                                             78             –                              (2)              –              2     #DIV/0!               –
                                                                                                                                                                          –                             –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
    Vote6 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT                                   –          400         (1,086)                  8        165              (814)       (979)      120%              (1,086)
    ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                                        30            (50)              –             –                (38)        (38)      100%                 (50)
    ENIVORNMENTAL MANAGEMENT                                                                 300            (20)                  8           8              (15)        (23)      150%                 (20)
    MUNICIPAL HEALTH                                                                          70           (703)                           157              (527)       (684)      130%                (703)
    PARKS MANAGEMENT                                                                          –            (313)              –             –               (235)       (235)      100%                (313)
                                                                                                                                                                          –
    Vote7 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                                                     –        1,300           (278)              –             –               (209)       (209)      100%                (278)
    DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING                                                                    50            (30)              –             –                (23)        (23)      100%                 (30)
    ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT & TOURISM                                                          20           (178)              –             –               (134)       (134)      100%                (178)
    RURAL DEVELOPMENT                                                                        860            (70)              –             –                (53)        (53)      100%                 (70)
    HUMAN SETLLEMENTS                                                                        370             –                –             –                 –           –                              –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
    Vote8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES                                               –              –              –            (10)         2,348              –        (2,348)     #DIV/0!                   –
    ADMINISTRATION(EM)                                                                           –              –             –              –               –            –                                 –
    WATER & SANITATION                                                                           –              –             –              –               –            –                                 –
    FLEET MANAGEMENT                                                                             –              –             –              –               –            –                                 –
    ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION                                                                     –              –             –              –               –            –                                 –
    MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS                                                                          –              –            (10)         2,348              –        (2,348)     #DIV/0!                   –
    ROADS & STORMWATER                                                                           –              –             –              –               –            –                                 –
                                                                                                                                                                          –
Total single-year capital expenditure                                             –       24,030        (19,482)              64          4,955       (14,612)       (19,566)
                                                                                                                                                                          –                 0       (19,482)

Total Capital Expenditure                                                         –      226,213        (49,261)          14,456         91,532       (36,946)      (128,478)               0       (49,261)
References
1. Insert 'Vote'; e.g. Department, if different to standard structure
GT481 Mogale City - Table C6 Monthly Budget Statement - Financial Position - M09 March
                                                                           2010/11                       Budget Year 2011/12
                            Description                              Ref   Audited       Original       Adjusted                     Full Year
                                                                                                                     YearTD actual
                                                                           Outcome       Budget          Budget                      Forecast
R thousands                                                          1
ASSETS
Current assets
  Cash                                                                        39,906         39,906        19,258              23        19,258
  Call investment deposits                                                           –              –      25,836                        25,836
  Consumer debtors                                                           293,846       293,846        332,046         263,578       332,046
  Other debtors                                                               26,043         26,043        29,838          52,999        29,838
  Current portion of long-term receivables                                       362           362             –                             –
  Inventory                                                                   17,092         17,092        19,314          17,237        19,314
Total current assets                                                         377,250       377,250        426,292         333,837       426,292

Non current assets
  Long-term receivables                                                              –              –          –           20,395            –
  Investments                                                                 38,894         38,894        43,950          79,407        43,950
  Investment property                                                        693,582       693,582        783,748         693,582       783,748
  Investments in Associate                                                           –              –          –                             –
  Property, plant and equipment                                             4,661,304     4,661,304      5,267,273      4,745,722     5,267,273
  Agricultural                                                                       –              –          –                             –
  Biological assets                                                                  –              –          –                             –
  Intangible assets                                                            6,226          6,226          7,036          6,226         7,036
  Other non-current assets                                                           –              –          –                             –
Total non current assets                                                    5,400,006     5,400,006      6,102,006      5,545,332     6,102,006
TOTAL ASSETS                                                                5,777,255     5,777,255      6,528,299      5,879,169     6,528,299

LIABILITIES
Current liabilities
  Bank overdraft                                                                 571           571            645              –            645
  Borrowing                                                                   15,007         15,007        16,957              –         16,957
  Consumer deposits                                                           33,294         33,294        37,623          35,343        37,623
  Trade and other payables                                                   334,945       334,945        387,191         233,386       387,191
  Provisions                                                                  67,897         67,897        68,020          51,153        68,020
Total current liabilities                                                    451,713       451,713        510,436         319,882       510,436

Non current liabilities
  Borrowing                                                                  205,032       205,032        231,686         198,103       231,686
  Provisions                                                                 132,035       132,035        149,199         132,272       149,199
Total non current liabilities                                                337,067       337,067        380,885         330,375       380,885
TOTAL LIABILITIES                                                            788,780       788,780        891,321         650,257       891,321

NET ASSETS                                                           2      4,988,476     4,988,476      5,636,977      5,228,912     5,636,977

COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
  Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)                                             4,988,476     4,988,476      5,636,977      5,228,912     5,636,977
  Reserves                                                                           –              –          –               –             –
TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY                                        2      4,988,476     4,988,476      5,636,977      5,228,912     5,636,977
References
1. Material variances to be explained in Table SC1
2. Net assets must balance with Total Community Wealth/Equity



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GT481 Mogale City - Table C7 Monthly Budget Statement - Cash Flow - M09 March
                                                             2010/11                                                   Budget Year 2011/12
                            Description                Ref   Audited        Original       Adjusted      Monthly                        YearTD            YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                       YearTD actual
                                                             Outcome        Budget          Budget        actual                        budget          variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                            1                                                                                                               %
CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
   Ratepayers and other                                       1,098,689      1,456,684      1,447,845      134,292        1,074,001     1,085,883        (11,882)     -1%       1,447,845
   Government - operating                                      191,202        200,724         213,882       48,242          196,022       160,412         35,611      22%         213,882
   Government - capital                                         72,887        115,424         102,106       23,239           89,157          76,579       12,578      16%         102,106
   Interest                                                       7,444          2,272           534               –            566             401          165      41%             534
   Dividends                                                           11              –          –                –             –               –            –                        –
Payments
   Suppliers and employees                                   (1,268,118)    (1,508,238)    (1,573,081)    (165,496)       (1,190,592)   (1,179,811)       10,782      -1%       (1,573,081)
   Finance charges                                              (33,209)       (22,984)       (25,309)             –        (16,068)         (18,982)     (2,914)     15%         (25,309)
   Transfers and Grants                                          (4,739)               –      (18,164)             –          (3,055)        (13,623)    (10,567)     78%         (18,164)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) OPERATING ACTIVITIES                       64,166        243,883         147,813       40,277          150,031       110,860         39,171      35%         147,813

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
   Proceeds on disposal of PPE                                     664                         22,569              –             –           16,927      (16,927)    -100%         22,569
   Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors                                     (625)           –                –             –               –            –                        –
   Decrease (increase) other non-current receivables                                              –                –             –               –            –                        –
   Decrease (increase) in non-current investments                                                 –                –             –               –            –                        –
Payments
   Capital assets                                              (156,778)      (226,213)      (176,673)     (14,180)        (122,429)     (132,505)       (10,076)     8%         (176,673)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) INVESTING ACTIVITIES                      (156,114)      (226,838)      (154,104)     (14,180)        (122,429)     (115,578)         6,850      -6%        (154,104)

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
   Short term loans                                                    –                                           –             –               –            –                        –
   Borrowing long term/refinancing                              53,000                                             –             –               –            –                        –
   Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits                        789                                             –             –               –            –                        –
Payments
   Repayment of borrowing                                       (11,496)       (12,265)       (11,199)             –          (7,257)         (8,399)     (1,142)     14%         (11,199)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) FINANCING ACTIVITIES                       42,293         (12,265)       (11,199)             –          (7,257)         (8,399)     (1,142)     14%         (11,199)

NET INCREASE/ (DECREASE) IN CASH HELD                           (49,655)         4,781        (17,490)      26,097           20,345          (13,117)                             (17,490)
   Cash/cash equivalents at beginning:                          88,991          39,336         17,649                        17,649          39,336                                17,649
    Cash/cash equivalents at month/year end:                    39,336          44,117           160                         37,995          26,218                                   160
References
1. Material variances to be explained in Table SC1
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC1 Material variance explanations - M09 March
 Ref                     Description
                                                         Variance                    Reasons for material deviations          Remedial or corrective steps/remarks
       R thousands
  1    Revenue By Source
       Property rates                                         1,093
       Property rates - penalties & collection charges           –
       Service charges - electricity revenue                (25,620)
       Service charges - water revenue                       (2,595)
       Service charges - sanitation revenue                    (424)
       Service charges - refuse revenue                         438
       Service charges - other                               (1,317)
       Rental of facilities and equipment                       317
       Interest earned - external investments                   169
       Interest earned - outstanding debtors                   (556)
       Dividends received                                        –
       Fines                                                   (734)
       Licences and permits                                       2
       Agency services                                        8,119
       Transfers recognised - operational                    34,591
       Other revenue                                         (1,156)
       Gains on disposal of PPE                             (14,382)
                                                             (2,056)
  2    Expenditure By Type
          Employee related costs                              3,577
          Remuneration of councillors                        (1,006)
          Debt impairment                                        (0)
          Depreciation & asset impairment                        –
          Finance charges                                    (3,474)
          Bulk purchases                                    (44,734)
          Other materials                                        –
          Contracted services                               (10,456)
          Transfers and grants                               (1,103)
          Other expenditure                                 (13,232)
          Loss on disposal of PPE                                –
                                                            (70,427)




  3    Capital Expenditure
       Vote 1 - POLITICAL OFFICE                      –
       Vote 2 - MUNICIPAL MANAGER'S OFFICE            95
       Vote 3 - CORPORATE SUPPORT SERVICES            –
       Vote 4 - FINANCIAL SERVICES                   350
       Vote 5 - SOCIAL SERVICES                   (1,491)
       Vote 6 - ECONOMIC SERVICES                 13,895
                                                  25,489
       Vote 7 - INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
       Vote 8 - INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES           70,574
                                                 108,912
  4    Financial Position
       Current Assets                            333,837
       Non-Current Assets                      5,545,332
       Current Liabilities                       319,882
       Non-Current Liabilities                   330,375
                                               6,529,427
  5    Cash Flow
       Net cash from (used) operating             39,171
       Net cash from (used) investing              6,850
       Net cash from (used) financing             (1,142)
                                                  44,879
  6    Measureable performance




  7    Municipal Entities




References
1. Revenue for each source, vote and standard classification
2. Expenditure for each type, vote and standard classification
3. Capital expenditure for each vote and standard classification
4. Explain any material variances between the annual budget and the expected financial position based on current trends
5. Cash receipts by source and cash payments by type where not explained under revenue and expenditure
6. For Sept, Dec, Mar and Jun statements explain any material variances in achievement of measurable performance objectives
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC2 Monthly Budget Statement - performance indicators - M09 March
                                                                                                                             2010/11                      Budget Year 2011/12
            Description of financial indicator                                Basis of calculation                     Ref   Audited       Original      Adjusted                        Full Year
                                                                                                                                                                       YearTD actual
                                                                                                                             Outcome       Budget         Budget                         Forecast
Percentage
Borrowing Management
    Borrowing to Asset Ratio                               Total Long-term Borrowing/ Total Assets                            3.5%          3.5%          3.5%             3.4%            0.0%
    Capital Charges to Operating Expenditure               Interest & principal paid/Operating Expenditure                    16.3%         2.4%          14.1%            1.3%            2.7%
    Borrowed funding of capital expenditure                Borrowings/Capital expenditure excl. transfers and grants          0.0%          0.0%          -16.4%           0.4%           -16.4%


Safety of Capital
    Debt to Equity                                         Loans, Accounts Payable, Overdraft & Tax Provision/                11.1%         11.1%         11.3%            8.3%           11.3%
                                                           Funds & Reserves
   Gearing                                                 Long Term Borrowing/ Funds & Reserves                              0.0%          0.0%          0.0%             0.0%            0.0%
Liquidity
    Current Ratio 1                                        Current assets/current liabilities                          1      83.5%         83.5%         83.5%           104.4%          83.5%
   Liquidity Ratio                                         Monetary Assets/Current Liabilities                                17.3%         17.3%         17.3%           24.8%           17.3%
Revenue Management
    Annual Debtors Collection Rate                         Last 12 Mths Receipts/ Last 12 Mths Billing
    (Payment Level %)
    Outstanding Debtors to Revenue                         Total Outstanding Debtors to Annual Revenue                        22.5%         21.5%         23.4%           29.1%           23.4%
    Longstanding Debtors Reduction Due To Recovery         Debtors > 12 Mths Recovered/Total Debtors >                        0.0%          0.0%          0.0%             0.0%            0.0%
                                                           12 Months Old
Creditors Management
    Creditors System Efficiency                            % of Creditors Paid Within Terms (within MFMA s 65(e))


Funding of Provisions
   Percentage Of Provisions Not Funded                     Unfunded Provisions/Total Provisions
Other Indicators
    Electricity Distribution Losses                        % Volume (units purchased and generated less units          2
                                                           sold)/units purchased and generated
    Water Distribution Losses                              % Volume (units purchased and own source less units         2
                                                           sold)/Total units purchased and own source
    Employee costs                                         Employee costs/Total Revenue - capital revenue                     26.2%         28.1%         26.3%           26.6%           26.3%
    Repairs & Maintenance                                  R&M/Total Revenue - capital revenue                                0.0%          0.0%          0.0%             0.0%            0.0%
    Interest & Depreciation                                I&D/Total Revenue - capital revenue                                17.0%         2.2%          15.2%            1.3%            2.9%
IDP regulation financial viability indicators
    i. Debt coverage                                       (Total Operating Revenue - Operating Grants)/Debt
                                                           service payments due within financial year)

    ii. O/S Service Debtors to Revenue                     Total outstanding service debtors/annual revenue
                                                           received for services
    iii. Cost coverage                                     (Available cash + Investments)/monthly fixed operational
                                                           expenditure
References
1. Consumer debtors > 12 months old are excluded from current assets.
2. Material variances to be explained.


Calculations
Borrowing                                                                                                                       205,032       205,032       231,686          198,103
Total Assets                                                                                                                  5,777,255     5,777,255      6,528,299       5,879,169       6,528,299
Employee related costs                                                                                                          373,277       418,215       406,312          308,310         406,312
Repairs & Maintenance
Interest (finance charges)                                                                                                       33,209        22,984        25,309           15,508          25,309
Principal paid                                                                                                                   11,496        12,265        11,199            7,257          11,199
Depreciation                                                                                                                    209,307        10,453       209,307                           19,312
Operating expenditure                                                                                                         1,484,406     1,374,612      1,663,896       1,177,495       1,663,896
Total Capital Expenditure                                                                                                                     226,213       (49,261)          91,532        (49,261)
Borrowed funding for capital                                                                                                                                  8,075                403         8,075
Debt                                                                                                                            555,554       555,554       636,479          431,489         636,479
Equity                                                                                                                        4,988,476     4,988,476      5,636,977       5,228,912       5,636,977
Reserves
Borrowing                                                                                                                       205,032       205,032       231,686          198,103         231,686
Current assets                                                                                                                  377,250       377,250       426,292          333,837         426,292
Current liabilities                                                                                                             451,713       451,713       510,436          319,882         510,436
Monetary assets                                                                                                                  78,229        78,229        88,399           79,430          88,399
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)                                                                 1,424,686     1,488,011      1,546,029       1,157,466       1,546,029
Transfers recognised - operational                                                                                              260,806       200,724       213,882          195,002         213,882
Transfers recognised - capital                                                                                                                115,424       102,106           47,869         102,106
Debt service payments                                                                                                            (4,052)       (9,993)      (10,664)        (23,325)        (36,507)
Outstanding debtors (receivables)                                                                                               320,251       320,251       361,884          336,972         361,884
Annual services revenue                                                                                                         802,430       963,515       995,272          716,935
Cash + investments                                         Including LT investments                                              78,229        78,229        88,399           79,430          88,399
Fixed operational expend. (monthly)
Longstanding debtors outstanding                                                                                                                                              20,395
Longstanding debtors recovered
Attorney collections
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC3 Monthly Budget Statement - aged debtors - M09 March
                  Description                                                                                          Budget Year 2011/12
                                            NT
                                                        0-30 Days     31-60 Days     61-90 Days       91-120 Days   121-150 Dys   151-180 Dys    181 Dys-1 Yr   Over 1Yr   Total        Bad
                                           Code                                                                                                                                                    >90 days
R thousands                                                                                                                                                                            Debts
Debtors Age Analysis By Revenue Source
    Rates                                  1200             38,447          1,914           1,544         142,970            –               –            –            –    184,876                  142,970
    Electricity                            1300             70,255          1,827               996       144,357            –               –            –            –    217,435                  144,357
    Water                                  1400             22,252          3,873           2,185         149,385            –               –            –            –    177,694                  149,385
    Sewerage / Sanitation                  1500             16,130          1,988           1,562           9,661            –               –            –            –     29,340                     9,661
    Refuse Removal                         1600             18,999          1,921           1,632           8,895            –               –            –            –     31,448                     8,895
    Housing (Rental Revenue)               1700                727             62                51           769            –               –            –            –      1,610                      769
    Other                                  1900             27,922          2,551           1,697         155,607            –               –            –            –    187,777                  155,607
Total By Revenue Source                    2000            194,733         14,135           9,668         611,644            –               –            –            –    830,180            –     611,644
2010/11 - totals only                                      184,996         13,428           9,185         581,062            –               –            –            –    788,671                  581,062
Debtors Age Analysis By Customer Category
    Government                             2200             (4,182)           835               346         8,253            –               –            –            –      5,252
    Business                               2300             62,611          1,972               991        97,852            –               –            –            –    163,426
    Households                             2400            127,819         10,740           7,670         220,567            –               –            –            –    366,796
    Other                                  2500              8,486            588               661       284,972            –               –            –            –    294,707
Total By Customer Category                 2600            194,733         14,135           9,668         611,644            –               –            –            –    830,180            –
Notes
Material increases in value of debtors' categories compared to previous month to be explained
Bad debts = amounts actually written off in the month
Total by Revenue Source must reconcile with Total by Customer Group
                                                                –              –                 –             –             –               –            –            –           –
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC4 Monthly Budget Statement - aged creditors - M09 March
                                                                                                                     Budget Year 2011/12                                                    Prior year totals
                  Description                      NT
                                                                0-              31 -            61 -        91 -            121 -            151 -    181 Days -   Over 1       Total       for chart (same
                                                  Code
R thousands                                                  30 Days          60 Days         90 Days     120 Days        150 Days         180 Days     1 Year      Year                         period)
Creditors Age Analysis By Customer Type
   Bulk Electricity                               0100            25,635                                         –                –               –           –             –     25,635                 –
   Bulk Water                                     0200            12,853                                         –                –               –           –             –     12,853                 –
   PAYE deductions                                0300             3,897                                         –                –               –           –             –      3,897                 –
   VAT (output less input)                        0400             1,700                                         –                –               –           –             –      1,700                 –
   Pensions / Retirement deductions               0500             6,228                                         –                –               –           –             –      6,228                 –
   Loan repayments                                0600             7,461                                         –                –               –           –             –      7,461                 –
   Trade Creditors                                0700            21,757             738            743          –                –               –           –             –     23,238                 –
   Auditor General                                0800                                                           –                –               –           –             –           –                –
   Other                                          0900                                                           –                –               –           –             –           –                –
Total By Customer Type                            2600            79,533             738            743          –                –               –           –             –     81,014                 –
Notes
Material increases in value of creditors' categories compared to previous month to be explained
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC5 Monthly Budget Statement - investment portfolio - M09 March
                                                                                                                           Type of    Expiry date of     Accrued      Yield for the   Market value    Change in     Market value
                                                                                                                         Investment    investment      interest for     month 1       at beginning   market value   at end of the
                 Investments by maturity                                                                    Period of
                                                                                                                                                        the month          (%)        of the month                      month
             Name of institution & investment ID                                           Ref             Investment


R thousands                                                                                                Yrs/Months
Municipality
Rand Merchant Bank                                                                   INo4                          –                 n/a
                                                                                                                        RMB Money Market Fund                    –                0         21,055            –           21,055
Rand Merchant Bank                                                                   INo3                                                         43
                                                                                                                        Gauranteed Investment Trust              –              –           54,629           176          54,805
ABSA-MIG acc                                                                   IABSA4068707232                          Call                     41              39               0         10,000           183          10,183
                                                                                                                                                                 33                            –           10,000         10,000



Sanlam Shares                                                                               0                                     –              –               –              –             303             20             324
                                                                                                                   –              –              –               –              –              –              –               –
                                                                                                                   –              –              –               –              –              –              –               –
                                                                                                                   –              –              –               –              –              –              –               –
                                                                                                                   –              –              –               –              –              –              –               –
                                                                                                                   –              –              –               –              –              –              –               –
Sanlam Shares                                                                                                      –              –              –               –              –              –              –               –
Municipality sub-total                                                                                                                                           72               0         85,988         10,379         96,367
Entities




Entities sub-total                                                                                                                                               –                             –              –               –
TOTAL INVESTMENTS AND INTEREST                                                               2                                                                   72                         85,988         10,379         96,367
References
1. Yield is calculated as the annualised equivalent
2. Total market value must reconcile with the total of investments on the 'Financial Position statement'
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC6 Monthly Budget Statement - transfers and grant receipts - M09 March
                                                                                         2010/11                                                          Budget Year 2011/12
                                Description                                     Ref     Audited           Original        Adjusted         Monthly                        YearTD           YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                                                          YearTD actual
                                                                                        Outcome           Budget           Budget           actual                        budget         variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                                                             %
RECEIPTS:                                                                       1,2

Operating Transfers and Grants
    National Government:                                                                           –         194,696          194,320            47,401        189,274      145,740       (43,534)   129.9%        194,320
        Equitable share                                                                                      189,605          189,605            47,401        186,224      142,204       (44,020)   131.0%        189,605
        Finance Management grant                                                                               1,250            1,250                            1,250            938        (313)   133.3%          1,250
        Municipal Systems Improvement                                                                            800              800                              800            600        (200)   133.3%            800
        MIG (PMU)                                                                                              3,041            2,065                                            1,549      1,549     0.0%           2,065
     Department of Water Affairs                                                                                                  600                            1,000            450        (550)   222.2%            600
                                                                                                                                                                                               –      0.0%              –
    Provincial Government:                                                                         –           6,028           10,091              361           4,282           7,569      3,286     56.6%         10,091
        Health                                                                                                       –                               –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
        Sports and Recreation                                                                                  4,400            4,400                            1,600           3,300      1,700     48.5%          4,400
        Housing                                                                                                      –                               –                             –           –      0.0%              –
    DARD: Environmental Planning & Impact Assessment                             4                                                                   –                             –           –      0.0%              –
        Expanded Public Works Programme                                                                                         4,064                              326           3,048      2,722     10.7%          4,064
         Seta- Training                                                                                        1,628            1,627              361           2,356           1,221     (1,136)   193.0%          1,627
                                                                                                                                                                                   –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                                                                                   –           –      0.0%
    District Municipality:                                                                    4,436                  –            787                –             787            590        (196)   133.3%            787
        WRDM: HIV/AIDS                                                                        1,876                  –            787                              787            590        (196)   133.3%            787
        WRDM: Purchase of Land                                                                2,500                                                  –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
        WRDM: DMA Funding                                                                                                                            –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
        WRDM: Marketing                                                                            60                                                –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
    Other grant providers:                                                                         –                 –          2,200              480           2,680           1,650     (1,030)   162.4%          2,200
        Department of Local Government                                                                                                               –              –              –           –
        Aloecap project                                                                                                         2,200                –           2,200           1,650       (550)   133.3%          2,200
        Bontle ke Botho                                                                                                            –               480             480             –         (480)   #DIV/0!            –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –
Total Operating Transfers and Grants                                             5            4,436          200,724          207,398            48,242        197,023      155,549       (41,474)   126.7%        207,398

Capital Transfers and Grants
                                                                                                                                                                                                     137.4%
    National Government:                                                                           –         107,264           78,892            23,239         81,283          59,169    (22,114)                  78,892
        Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG)                                                                  77,916           78,892            23,239         80,957          59,169    (21,788)   136.8%         78,892
        Water Affairs                                                                                                –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                     –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                     –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                     –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                     –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                     –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                     –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
                                                                                                                     –             –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
        Neighbourhood Development Fund                                                                        20,000               –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
        EPWP                                                                                                   4,064               –                               326             –         (326)   #DIV/0!            –
                                                                                                                                   –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
        DLG:DMA Funding                                                                                        5,284               –                 –              –              –           –      0.0%              –
    Provincial Government:                                                                         –           1,000           16,000                –          11,000          12,000      1,000     91.7%         16,000
       Sport and Recreation                                                                                    1,000            1,000                            3,800            750      (3,050)   506.7%          1,000
        Social Development                                                                                                     15,000                            7,200          11,250      4,050     64.0%         15,000
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –                        –
                                                                                                                                                                                   –           –                        –
                                                                                                                                                                                   –           –                        –
                                                                                                                                                                                   –           –                        –
    District Municipality:                                                                         –           7,071               –                 –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
        WRDM: DMA Funding                                                                                      7,071                                 –              –              –           –                        –
WRDM: Primary Health Care: Supplementary funding                                                                                   –                                               –           –     #DIV/0!            –
                                                                                                                                                                                               –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –                        –
    Other grant providers:                                                                         –                 –          1,400                –              –            1,050      1,050     0.0%           1,400
        Department of Local Government                                                                                                               –              –              –           –                        –
        DWAF                                                                                                                    1,400                –              –            1,050      1,050     0.0%           1,400
        Bontle ke Botho                                                                                                            –                 –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –                        –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –                        –
                                                                                                                                                     –              –              –           –                        –
Total Capital Transfers and Grants                                               5                 –         115,335           96,292            23,239         92,283          72,219    (20,064)   127.8%         96,292

TOTAL RECEIPTS OF TRANSFERS & GRANTS                                             5            4,436          316,058          303,690            71,481        289,306      227,768       (61,538)   127.0%        303,690
References
1. Each grant is listed by name as gazetted together with the name of the transferring department or municipality, donor or other organisation
2. Grant expenditure must be separately listed for each grant received
3. Replacement of RSC levies
4. Housing subsidies for housing where ownership transferred
5. Total recurrent/capital grants and subsidies must reconcile to the 'Financial Performance' Statement
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC7 Monthly Budget Statement - transfers and grant expenditure - M09 March
                                                               2010/11                                                  Budget Year 2011/12
                               Description               Ref   Audited       Original       Adjusted     Monthly                        YearTD           YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                        YearTD actual
                                                               Outcome       Budget          Budget       actual                        budget         variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                           %
EXPENDITURE

Operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants
   National Government:                                                  –     194,696         194,320      27,065           153,128      145,740        (7,388)   105.1%        194,320
      Equitable share                                                          189,605         189,605      26,806           150,673      142,204        (8,470)   106.0%        189,605
      Financial Management                                                        1,250          1,250             60            591            938         347     63.0%          1,250
      Municipal System Improvement                                                  800           800                            436            600         164     72.7%            800
       Department of Water Affairs                                                                600              26             26            450         424     5.8%             600
      Expanded Public Works Programme                                             3,041            –               –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
      MIG (PMU)                                                                                  2,065         173             1,402           1,549        147     90.5%          2,065
                                                                                                                                                 –                  0.0%              –
   Provincial Government:                                                –        6,028         10,091         787             3,936           7,569      3,632     52.0%         10,091
      Health                                                                            –                          –              –              –           –                        –
      Sports and Recreation                                                       4,400          4,400         450             2,617           3,300        683     79.3%          4,400
      DARD: Environmental Planning & Impact Assessment                                                             –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
      Expanded Public Works Programme                                                            4,064         104               104           3,048      2,944     3.4%           4,064
      Bontle Ke Botho                                                                                                                            –           –     #DIV/0!            –
      Seta- Training                                                              1,628          1,627         233             1,215           1,221          5     99.6%          1,627
   District Municipality:                                                –              –         787              –             787            590        (197)   133.3%            787
   HIV/AIDS                                                                                                                                      –           –                        –
      WRDM: HIV/AIDS                                                                              787                            787            590        (197)   133.3%            787
      WRDM:DMA Funding                                                                                             –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
   Other grant providers:                                                –              –        2,200             1             234           1,650      1,416     14.2%          2,200
   DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT                                                                                  –              –              –           –                        –
   Aloecap Project                                                                               2,200                                         1,650      1,650     0.0%           2,200
   Bontle ke Botho                                                                                 –               1             234             –         (234)   #DIV/0!            –
                                                                                                                                                 –           –
      Department of Local Government                                                                               –              –              –           –                        –
Total operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants:                     –     200,724         207,398      27,852           158,085      155,549        (2,536)   101.6%        207,398

Capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants
   National Government:                                                  –     107,264          78,892       9,114            49,148          59,169     10,021     83.1%         78,892
      Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG)                                       77,916         78,892       9,114            49,148          59,169     10,021     83.1%         78,892
      Neighbourhood development fund                                             20,000            –               –              –              –           –                        –
      EPWP                                                                        4,064            –               –              –              –           –                        –
      Water Affairs                                                                     –          –               –              –              –           –                        –
      0                                                                                 –          –               –              –              –           –                        –
      DLG:DMA Funding                                                             5,284            –               –              –              –           –                        –
   Provincial Government:                                                –        1,000         16,000       2,320            10,673          12,000      1,327     88.9%         16,000
   Sport And Recreation                                                           1,000          1,000             –              –             750         750     0.0%           1,000
      social development                                                                        15,000       2,320            10,673          11,250        577     94.9%         15,000
   District Municipality:                                                –        7,071            –               –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
   WRDM:DMA Funding                                                               7,071                            –              –              –           –                        –
      WRDM: Primary Health Care:Supplementary funding                                              –               –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
   Other grant providers:                                                –              –        1,400             –              –            1,050      1,050     0.0%           1,400
   Department of Local Government                                                                                  –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
      DWAF                                                                                       1,400                                         1,050      1,050     0.0%           1,400
      Bontle ke Botho                                                                              –                                             –           –     #DIV/0!            –
                                                                                                                                                 –           –     #DIV/0!
      0                                                                                                            –              –              –           –     #DIV/0!            –
Total capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants                        –     115,335          96,292      11,434            59,821          72,219     12,398     82.8%         96,292

TOTAL EXPENDITURE OF TRANSFERS AND GRANTS                                –     316,058         303,690      39,286           217,906      227,768         9,862     95.7%        303,690
References
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC8 Monthly Budget Statement - counillor and staff benefits - M09 March
                                                                                       2010/11                                                              Budget Year 2011/12
        Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration                       Ref     Audited           Original         Adjusted             Monthly                       YearTD           YTD         YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                                                                            YearTD actual
                                                                                      Outcome           Budget            Budget               actual                       budget         variance    variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                                                                                                                                                               %
                                                                               1           A                B                 C                                                                                      D
Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other)
    Salary                                                                                     9,779         11,266           11,266               887             7,994           8,449       456       95%          11,266
    Pension Contributions                                                                      1,507            1,988             1,988            134             1,233           1,491       258       83%             1,988
    Medical Aid Contributions                                                                   511             1,175             1,175             49               420            881        461       48%             1,175
    Motor vehicle allowance                                                                      –              4,016             4,016            351             3,159           3,012       (147)    105%             4,016
    Cell phone and other allowances                                                            4,516             867               867              79               672            650         (22)    103%              867
    Housing allowance                                                                                             –                 –               –                 –              –           –     #DIV/0!             –
Sub Total - Councillors                                                                    16,313            19,312           19,312              1,501           13,478          14,484      1,006      93%          19,312
    % increase                                                                 4                          18.4%            18.4%                                                                                   18.4%

Senior Managers of the Municipality                                            3
    Salary                                                                                       –              8,369             6,571            593             3,971           4,928       958       81%             6,571
    Pension Contributions                                                                        –               511               482              31               276            361          85      77%              482
    Medical Aid Contributions                                                                    –               111                88                  6             50             66          16      75%               88
    Motor vehicle and cell phone                                                                 –              1,131             1,210            108               819            908          89      90%             1,210
    Housing allowance                                                                            –                –                 –               –                 –              –           –     #DIV/0!             –
    Performance Bonus                                                                            –              1,068              924             623             1,547            693        (854)    223%              924
    Other benefits or allowances                                                                 –                –                                 –                 –              –           –     #DIV/0!             –
    In-kind benefits                                                           2                                                                    –                 –              –           –     #DIV/0!             –
Sub Total - Senior Managers of Municipality                                                      –          11,189            9,275               1,360            6,663           6,956       294       96%          9,275
    % increase                                                                 4                         #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!                                                                                 #DIV/0!

Other Municipal Staff
    Basic Salaries and Wages                                                              244,554          266,743           253,197             20,642          191,808      189,898        (1,910)    101%         253,197
    Pension Contributions                                                                  45,797            52,229           49,959              4,073           36,899          37,470       571       98%          49,959
    Medical Aid Contributions                                                              10,730            21,750           21,669              1,813           15,008          16,252      1,243      92%          21,669
    Motor vehicle and cell phone                                                           27,865            31,291           31,000              2,501           22,499          23,250       751       97%          31,000
    Housing allowance                                                                          3,092            3,448             3,577            269             2,470           2,683       213       92%             3,577
    Overtime                                                                               22,884            10,533           15,641              1,032           14,595          11,731     (2,865)    124%          15,641
    Emergency Overtime                                                                                                            1,000             –                 –             750        750       0%              1,000
    Annual Bonus                                                                           18,355            21,032           20,993                67            18,368          15,745     (2,623)    117%          20,993
    Other benefits or allowances                                                                                  –                 –                                                –           –     #DIV/0!             –
    In-kind benefits                                                           2                                                                                                     –           –     #DIV/0!             –
Sub Total - Other Municipal Staff                                                         373,277          407,026           397,037             30,398          301,648      297,778        (3,870)    101%         397,037
    % increase                                                                 4                          9.0%              6.4%                                                                                    6.4%

Total Parent Municipality                                                                 389,590          437,527           425,624             33,260          321,789      319,218        (2,571)    101%         425,624
                                                                                                          12.3%             9.2%                                                                                    9.2%
Unpaid salary, allowances & benefits in arrears:

Board Members of Entities
    Salary                                                                                                                                                                                       –
    Pension Contributions                                                                                                                                                                        –
    Medical Aid Contributions                                                                                                                                                                    –
    Cell phone and other allowances                                                                                                                                                              –
    Cell phone and other allowances
    Housing allowance                                                                                                                                                                            –
    Board Fees                                                                                                                                                                                   –
    In-kind benefits                                                                                                                                                                             –
Sub Total - Board Members of Entities                                          2                 –                –                 –               –                 –              –           –                         –
    % increase                                                                 4

Senior Managers of Entities
    Salary                                                                                                                                                                                       –
    Pension Contributions                                                                                                                                                                        –
    Medical Aid Contributions                                                                                                                                                                    –
    Motor vehicle and cell phone                                                                                                                                                                 –
    Housing allowance                                                                                                                                                                            –
    Performance Bonus                                                                                                                                                                            –
    Other benefits or allowances                                                                                                                                                                 –
    In-kind benefits                                                           2                                                                                                                 –
Sub Total - Senior Managers of Entities                                                          –                –                 –               –                 –              –           –                         –
    % increase                                                                 4

Other Staff of Entities
    Basic Salaries and Wages                                                                                                                                                                     –
    Pension Contributions                                                                                                                                                                        –
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Sub Total - Other Staff of Entities                                                              –                –                 –               –                 –              –           –                         –
    % increase                                                                 4

Total Municipal Entities                                                                         –                –                 –               –                 –              –           –                         –

TOTAL SALARY, ALLOWANCES & BENEFITS                                                       389,590          437,527           425,624             33,260          321,789      319,218        (2,571)    101%         425,624
    % increase                                                                 4                          12.3%             9.2%                                                                                    9.2%
TOTAL MANAGERS AND STAFF                                                                  373,277          418,215           406,312             31,759          308,310      304,734        (3,577)    101%         406,312
References
1. Include 'Loans and advances' where applicable if any reportable amounts until phased compliance with s164 of MFMA achieved
2. If benefits in kind are provided (e.g. provision of living quarters) the full market value must be shown as the cost to the municipality
3. s57 of the Systems Act
4. B/A, C/A, D/A
Column Definitions:
A. Audited actual 2005/06 (audited financial statements). If audited amounts unavailable, unaudited amounts must be provided with a note stating these are unaudited
B. The original budget approved by council for the 2006/07 budget year.
C. The budget for 2006/07 budget year as adjusted by council resolution in terms of section 28 of the MFMA.
D. An estimate of final actual amounts (pre audit - 2006/07 budget year) at the time of preparing the budget for the 2007/08 budget year. This may differ from C.
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC9 Monthly Budget Statement - actuals and revised targets for cash receipts - M09 March
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2011/12 Medium Term Revenue &
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                               Description                            Ref                                                                                                                                                                        Expenditure Framework
                                                                                July        August          Sept        October       Nov          Dec         January      Feb         March       April        May        June         Budget Year    Budget Year    Budget Year
R thousands                                                            1      Outcome       Outcome        Outcome      Outcome      Outcome      Outcome      Budget      Budget       Budget      Budget      Budget      Budget         2011/12       +1 2012/13     +2 2013/14
Cash Receipts By Source
    Property rates                                                               21,971          20,528      20,822       18,261       25,780       18,805       32,973      29,594       34,480                               4,923         228,136        266,446        301,595
    Property rates - penalties & collection charges                                    –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –           –          –           –
    Service charges - electricity revenue                                        42,260          55,137      58,627       47,898       48,159       44,263       49,874      47,408       42,197      51,042      56,240      72,945         616,049        704,669        847,032
    Service charges - water revenue                                              11,138          11,688      14,515       10,772       13,219       14,886       12,625      13,326       10,054      17,206      11,410      21,602         162,439        188,839        219,256
    Service charges - sanitation revenue                                           5,934          5,503       6,868        4,453        5,966        4,123        6,067       4,949        6,686       7,869       7,869      13,282          79,569         86,886         98,348
    Service charges - refuse                                                       3,686          3,720       3,587        3,519        4,706        3,311        3,700       3,979        4,363       6,671       6,671      12,781          60,694         67,913         76,872
    Service charges - other                                                        2,058          2,800       3,151        1,958        2,509        2,666        1,690       1,622        2,106                                346           20,906         36,083         41,266
    Rental of facilities and equipment                                              338            394             –          –             –            459         –            –             –       157         157         627            2,132          5,663          6,399
    Interest earned - external investments                                             11           72          106           30            –            –          316           –             –                                  (1)           534          2,272          2,272
    Interest earned - outstanding debtors                                          1,346          1,199       1,246        1,374            434          647        809           814       644         975         975        1,631          12,091          7,700          8,701
    Dividends received                                                                 –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –           –          –           –              –              –              –
    Fines                                                                          1,269           734          432        1,911        2,132            345         54           –        2,429       1,306       1,306       1,470          13,387         15,772         17,823
    Licences and permits                                                           1,584          6,195            –          –             –        2,114           –            –             –      8,762       8,762      36,335          63,750         52,965         52,965
    Agency services                                                                 511           1,147       1,507        1,633        1,526            –           –            –        7,291                               2,520          16,135         10,591         10,591
    Transfer receipts - operating                                                79,687           4,650            –       3,622       59,821            –           –            –       48,242            –          –      17,860         213,882        223,829        236,920
    Other revenue                                                                12,069           7,260      31,551          199       25,187       15,875        9,694      28,699       24,042                              17,981         172,556        203,217        205,981
Cash Receipts by Source                                                         183,862         121,025     142,412       95,630      189,438      107,494      117,801     130,391      182,534      93,986      93,388     204,300       1,662,261      1,872,845      2,126,018
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Other Cash Flows by Source                                                                                                                                                                                                         –
    Transfer receipts - capital                                                                  40,479            –          –        22,239        2,200           –        1,000       23,239            –          –      12,949         102,106        125,630        130,844
    Contributions & Contributed assets                                                 –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –           –          –           –              –
    Proceeds on disposal of PPE                                                        –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –      4,514       4,514      13,541          22,569             –              –
    Short term loans                                                                   –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –           –          –           –              –
    Borrowing long term/refinancing                                                    –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –           –          –           –                             –              –
    Increase in consumer deposits                                                      –            –                                                                                                                              –              –            (650)          (676)
    Receipt of non-current debtors                                                     –            –                                                                                                                              –              –              –              –
    Receipt of non-current receivables                                                 –            –                                                                                                                              –              –              –              –
    Change in non-current investments                                                  –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –           –          –           –              –              –              –
Total Cash Receipts by Source                                                   183,862         161,504     142,412       95,630      211,677      109,694      117,801     131,391      205,773      98,499      97,902     230,790       1,786,936      1,997,825      2,256,187
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    Employee related costs                                                       32,588          31,640      32,278       32,344       49,903       32,471       31,829      31,688       31,415      33,016      33,016      34,124         406,312        460,247        506,272
    Remuneration of councillors                                                    1,412          1,415       1,387        1,450        1,409        1,423        1,966       1,301        1,501       1,803       1,803       2,443          19,312         19,539         20,752
    Collection Costs                                                                                                                                                                                   2,855       2,855       9,418          15,128          1,580          1,666
    Interest paid                                                                      1          2,607       7,007          678            –            –        1,418       1,664             –      7,638       2,602       1,695          25,309         21,774         21,145
    Bulk purchases - Electricity                                                 59,274          53,447      39,760        8,772       40,979       39,474       18,252      25,608       47,117      28,996      24,649      25,673         412,000        472,332        504,026
    Bulk purchases - Water & Sewer                                                  610           8,262      10,911        3,549       20,757       11,231       11,617      10,969       21,844      14,145      10,377      13,312         137,583        128,596        144,999
    Other materials                                                                7,657          1,488       9,077        4,737        6,976       15,149        5,723       3,707       10,605       5,897       5,897       4,775          81,687        119,492        126,064
    Contracted services                                                          27,128          15,607      13,607       23,342       16,600       14,815       16,793      19,406       20,768                              (4,936)        163,129        106,163        110,257
    Grants and subsidies paid - other municipalities                                   –            –              –          –             –            –           –            –             –           –          –           –              –              –              –
    Grants and subsidies paid - other                                               490            578             –          –             –            –           –        3,055             –      2,233       2,233       9,574          18,164          7,619          8,038
    General expenses                                                               8,184         10,578       5,630        7,350        6,051        3,564        3,313       4,991        8,648      14,600      14,600      21,805         109,314        114,756        123,578
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Cash Payments by Type                                                           137,344         125,621     119,656       82,222      142,674      118,126       90,911     102,389      141,899     111,182      98,031     117,882       1,387,936      1,452,098      1,566,798
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Other Cash Flows/Payments by Type
    Capital assets                                                               11,497          21,724      20,433       14,729       18,220        6,825        1,341      13,480       14,180      13,150      13,150      27,945         176,673        240,078        306,804
    Repayment of borrowing                                                             12         2,228         468          437        3,707            –        1,056       2,043             –                              1,248          11,199         11,856         14,062
    Other Cash Flows/Payments                                                    23,871          20,529      14,330        5,050       16,594       16,432       13,259      12,515       23,597      20,861      20,861      40,718         228,617        280,861        350,099
Total Cash Payments by Type                                                     172,724         170,101     154,887      102,438      181,196      141,383      106,567     130,427      179,676     145,192     132,041     187,793       1,804,425      1,984,893      2,237,763
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NET INCREASE/(DECREASE) IN CASH HELD                                             11,138          (8,598)     (12,475)      (6,808)     30,482       (31,688)     11,234           964     26,097     (46,693)    (34,140)     42,998         (17,490)        12,933         18,424
    Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year beginning:                           17,649          28,787      20,190        7,715            906     31,388         (300)     10,934       11,898      37,995      (8,698)    (42,838)         17,649            160         13,092
    Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year end:                                 28,787          20,190       7,715          906       31,388         (300)      10,934      11,898       37,995      (8,698)    (42,838)       160              160         13,092         31,516
References
1. Replace 'budget' heading with adjusted budget, or 'outcome' only for month/s complete
2. Total of monthly amounts must always agree to the approved or adjusted budget
3. Amend 'cash-at-beginning' when prior year actual known (as part of the adjustments budget)




                                                                                                             119,656       82,222      142,674      118,126       90,911    102,389      141,899     111,182                 117,882        1,387,936      1,452,098
                                                                                                             (12,475)      (6,808)      30,482      (31,688)      11,234          964     26,097     (46,693)    (34,140)     42,998         (17,490)         12,933
GT481 Mogale City - NOT REQUIRED - municipality does not have entities or this is the parent municipality's budget - M09 March
                                                                         2010/11                                               Budget Year 2011/12
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Revenue By Source
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Expenditure By Type
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Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation                                                   –              –          –             –             –              –         –                       –
References
1. Votes (consolidated) are revenue sources and expenditure type
GT481 Mogale City - NOT REQUIRED - municipality does not have entities or this is the parent municipality's budget - M09 March
                                                                               2010/11                                               Budget Year 2011/12
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References
1. Must reconcile to the sum of all municipal entity monthly revenue reports
2. Must reconcile to the sum of all municipal entity monthly expenditure reports
3. YTD = Year to date; FAV - favourable variance or unfavourable variance
4. Material variances to be explained
5. Insert additional 'Adjustment' Budget column for each Adjustment made by an entity
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC12 Monthly Budget Statement - capital expenditure trend - M09 March
                                                  2010/11                                              Budget Year 2011/12

                            Month                                                                                                                           % spend of
                                                 Audited        Original    Adjusted     Monthly                       YearTD           YTD        YTD
                                                                                                       YearTD actual                                         Original
                                                 Outcome        Budget       Budget       actual                       budget         variance   variance
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R thousands                                                                                                                                         %
Monthly expenditure performance trend
  July                                                             18,851       18,851             –                         18,851         –
  August                                                           18,851       18,851       1,426            1,426          37,702     36,276    96.2%        1%
  September                                                        18,851       18,851      24,347           25,773          56,553     30,781    54.4%        11%
  October                                                          18,851       18,851       8,019           33,792          75,404     41,613    55.2%        15%
  November                                                         18,851       18,851      19,946           53,738          94,255     40,517    43.0%        24%
  December                                                         18,851       18,851       4,620           58,358      113,106        54,749    48.4%        26%
  January                                                          18,851       18,851      11,646           70,004      131,957        61,954    46.9%        31%
  February                                                         18,851        8,999       7,073           77,077      140,956        63,879    45.3%        34%
  March                                                            18,851        8,999      14,456           91,532      149,955        58,423    39.0%        40%
  April                                                            18,851        8,999                                   158,954            –
  May                                                              18,851        8,999                                   167,953            –
  June                                                             18,851        8,999                                   176,951            –
Total Capital expenditure                                   –     226,213     176,951       91,532
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC13a Monthly Budget Statement - capital expenditure on new assets by asset class - M09 March
                                                                         2010/11                                                              Budget Year 2011/12
                             Description                         Ref    Audited          Original                              Monthly                                                YTD           YTD      Full Year
                                                                                                       Adjusted Budget                      YearTD actual        YearTD budget
                                                                        Outcome          Budget                                 actual                                              variance      variance   Forecast
R thousands                                                      1                                                                                                                                   %
Capital expenditure on new assets by Asset Class/Sub-class

Infrastructure                                                                   –            9,300                2,300               –               –                  1,725        1,725      100.0%            2,300
    Infrastructure - Road transport                                              –              500                    –               –               –                    –             –                               –
           Roads, Pavements & Bridges                                                           500                                    –               –                    –             –                               –
           Storm water                                                                                                                 –               –                    –             –                               –
    Infrastructure - Electricity                                                 –            3,100                    –               –               –                    –             –                               –
           Generation                                                                                                                  –               –                    –             –                               –
           Transmission & Reticulation                                                                                                 –               –                    –             –                               –
           Street Lighting                                                                    3,100                                    –               –                    –             –                               –
    Infrastructure - Water                                                       –            5,600                1,800               –               –                  1,350        1,350      100.0%            1,800
           Dams & Reservoirs                                                                                           –               –               –                    –             –                               –
           Water purification                                                                   400                    –               –               –                    –             –                               –
           Reticulation                                                                       5,200                1,800               –               –                  1,350        1,350      100.0%            1,800
    Infrastructure - Sanitation                                                  –               –                   500               –               –                   375          375       100.0%                 500
           Reticulation                                                                                              500               –               –                   375          375       100.0%                 500
           Sewerage purification                                                                                       –               –               –                    –             –                               –
    Infrastructure - Other                                                       –              100                    –               –               –                    –             –                               –
           Waste Management                                                                      –                                     –               –                    –             –                               –
           Transportation                                                                        –                                     –               –                    –             –                               –
           Gas                                                                                   –                                     –               –                    –             –                               –
           Other                                                                                100                                    –               –                    –             –                               –

Community                                                                        –           11,431               30,315            2,766          15,684                22,736        7,052       31.0%           30,315
    Parks & gardens                                                                           5,714                9,468              446           5,013                 7,101        2,088       29.4%            9,468
    Sportsfields & stadia                                                                        –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Swimming pools                                                                               –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Community halls                                                                                                    –                                                    –             –                               –
    Libraries                                                                                                          –                                                    –             –                               –
    Recreational facilities                                                                   2,900               18,330            2,320          10,673                13,747        3,074       22.4%           18,330
    Fire, safety & emergency                                                                     –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Security and policing                                                                       400                1,163                                   (2)             872          875       100.2%            1,163
    Buses                                                                                        –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Clinics                                                                                      –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Museums & Art Galleries                                                                   2,418                1,354                                                  1,015        1,015      100.0%            1,354
    Cemeteries                                                                                   –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Social rental housing                                                                        –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Other                                                                                                              –                                                    –             –                               –
Heritage assets                                                                  –               –                     –               –               –                    –             –                               –
    Buildings                                                                                                                          –               –                    –             –                               –
    Other                                                                                                                              –               –                    –             –                               –
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Investment properties                                                            –           20,000                    –               –               –                    –             –                               –
    Housing development                                                                      10,000                                    –               –                    –             –                               –
    Other                                                                                    10,000                                    –               –                    –             –                               –
Other assets                                                                     –           29,423                4,140              215           2,762                 3,105         343        11.0%            4,140
    General vehicles                                                                             –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Specialised vehicles                                                                         –                     –                                                    –             –                               –
    Plant & equipment                                                                         3,759                        6                                                    4             4   100.0%                      6
    Computers - hardware/equipment                                                            3,825                1,240                                                   930          930       100.0%            1,240
    Furniture and other office equipment                                                        925                1,040              215             228                  780          553        70.8%            1,040
    Abattoirs                                                                                                          –                                                    –             –                               –
    Markets                                                                                   2,340                  483                                                   363          363       100.0%                 483
    Civic Land and Buildings                                                                                           –                                                    –             –                               –
    Other Buildings                                                                                                    –                                                    –             –                               –
    Other Land                                                                               11,500                    –                                                    –             –                               –
    Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                                                  450                  159                                                   119          119       100.0%                 159
    Other                                                                                     6,625                1,212               –            2,535                  909        (1,626) -178.8%               1,212

Agricultural assets                                                              –               –                     –               –               –                    –             –                               –
    List sub-class                                                                                                                     –               –                    –             –                               –
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Biological assets                                                                –               –                     –               –               –                    –             –                               –
    List sub-class                                                                                                                     –               –                    –             –                               –
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Intangibles                                                                      –              205                    –               –               –                    –             –                               –
    Computers - software & programming                                                          205                                    –               –                    –             –                               –
    Other                                                                                                                              –               –                    –             –                               –

Total Capital Expenditure on new assets                          1               –           70,360               36,755            2,981          18,446                27,566        9,120       33.1%           36,755


Specialised vehicles                                                             –               –                     –               –               –                    –             –                               –
    Refuse                                                                                                                             –               –                    –             –                               –
    Fire                                                                                                                               –               –                    –             –                               –
    Conservancy                                                                                                                        –               –                    –             –                               –
    Ambulances                                                                                                                         –               –                    –             –                               –
References
1. Total Capital Expenditure on new assets (SC13a) plus Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets (SC13b) must reconcile to total capital expenditure in Table C5

                                                 check balance                   -               -           226,212,205              -                -            169,659,153                              226,212,205
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC13b Monthly Budget Statement - capital expenditure on renewal of existing assets by asset class - M09 March
                                                                           2010/11                                                                  Budget Year 2011/12
                              Description                         Ref     Audited          Original                                Monthly                                                  YTD         YTD
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                                                                          Outcome          Budget                                   actual                                                variance    variance
R thousands                                                        1                                                                                                                                     %
Capital expenditure on renewal of existing assets by Asset Class/Sub-class

Infrastructure                                                                       –        149,461                134,643           11,440           69,334              100,982         31,648     31.3%               134,643
    Infrastructure - Road transport                                                  –          25,853                16,853            3,907           13,614                12,640          (974)    -7.7%                16,853
           Roads, Pavements & Bridges                                                –          19,853                14,353            3,907           13,614                10,765        (2,849)   -26.5%                14,353
           Storm water                                                               –           6,000                  2,500                                                     1,875      1,875    100.0%                 2,500
    Infrastructure - Electricity                                                     –          38,500                40,492              777           18,624                30,369        11,745     38.7%                40,492
           Generation                                                                –                                     –                                                        –           –                               –
           Transmission & Reticulation                                               –          38,500                40,492              777           18,624                30,369        11,745     38.7%                40,492
           Street Lighting                                                           –                                     –                                                        –           –                               –
    Infrastructure - Water                                                           –           9,950                   260               (53)             83                     195         112     57.5%                   260
           Dams & Reservoirs                                                         –                                     –                                                        –           –                               –
           Water purification                                                        –           4,666                   260               (53)             83                     195         112     57.5%                   260
           Reticulation                                                              –           5,284                     –                                                        –           –                               –
    Infrastructure - Sanitation                                                      –          57,200                65,873            6,809           34,480                49,404        14,925     30.2%                65,873
           Reticulation                                                              –                                     –                                                        –           –                               –
           Sewerage purification                                                     –          57,200                65,873            6,809           34,480                49,404        14,925     30.2%                65,873
    Infrastructure - Other                                                           –          17,957                11,165                 –           2,532                    8,373      5,841     69.8%                11,165
           Waste Management                                                          –          17,757                  6,500                            2,532                    4,875      2,343     48.1%                 6,500
           Transportation                                                            –                                                       –              –                       –           –                               –
           Gas                                                                       –                                                       –              –                       –           –                               –
           Other                                                                     –             200                  4,665                –              –                     3,498      3,498    100.0%                 4,665

Community                                                                            –           4,642                  4,559                44          1,404                    3,419      2,016     58.9%                 4,559
    Parks & gardens                                                                  –                                     –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Sportsfields & stadia                                                            –           1,936                  2,559                44          1,404                    1,919        516     26.9%                 2,559
    Swimming pools                                                                   –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Community halls                                                                  –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Libraries                                                                        –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Recreational facilities                                                          –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Fire, safety & emergency                                                         –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Security and policing                                                            –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Buses                                                                            –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Clinics                                                                          –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Museums & Art Galleries                                                          –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Cemeteries                                                                       –           2,706                  2,000                –              –                     1,500      1,500    100.0%                 2,000
    Social rental housing                                                            –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Other                                                                            –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
Heritage assets                                                                      –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Buildings                                                                                                                                –              –                       –           –                               –
    Other                                                                                                                                    –              –                       –           –                               –
                                                                                                                                                                                                –
Investment properties                                                                –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Housing development                                                                                                                      –              –                       –           –                               –
    Other                                                                                                                                    –              –                       –           –                               –
Other assets                                                                         –           1,750                   993               (10)          2,348                     745      (1,603)   -215.2%                  993
    General vehicles                                                                 –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Specialised vehicles                                                             –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Plant & equipment                                                                –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Computers - hardware/equipment                                                   –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Furniture and other office equipment                                             –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Abattoirs                                                                        –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Markets                                                                          –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Civic Land and Buildings                                                         –           1,750                   993               (10)          2,348                     745      (1,603)   -215.2%                  993
    Other Buildings                                                                  –                                     –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Other Land                                                                       –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                                       –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Other                                                                            –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –

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

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

Intangibles                                                                          –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Computers - software & programming                                                                                                       –              –                       –           –                               –
    Other                                                                                                                                    –              –                       –           –                               –

Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets            1                 –        155,853                140,196           11,474           73,086              105,147         32,061     30.5%               140,196


Specialised vehicles                                                                 –                –                    –                 –              –                       –           –                               –
    Refuse                                                                                                                                                                          –           –                               –
    Fire                                                                                                                                                                            –           –                               –
    Conservancy                                                                                                                                                                     –           –                               –
    Ambulances                                                                                                                                                                      –           –                               –
References
1. Total Capital Expenditure on new assets (SC13a) plus Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets (SC13b) must reconcile to total capital expenditure in Table C5

                                                 check balance                     -               -             226,212,205               -                -           169,659,153                                    226,212,205
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC13c Monthly Budget Statement - expenditure on repairs and maintenance by asset class - M09 March
                                                               2010/11                                                              Budget Year 2011/12
                              Description               Ref    Audited        Original           Adjusted       Monthly                           YearTD             YTD                        Full Year
                                                                                                                                  YearTD actual                                  YTD variance
                                                               Outcome        Budget              Budget         actual                           budget           variance                     Forecast
R thousands                                              1                                                                                                                            %
Repairs and maintenance expenditure by Asset Class/Sub-class

Infrastructure                                                    55,577         71,991             58,701          1,906               39,420       44,025           4,606         10.5%           58,701
    Infrastructure - Road transport                               10,965         25,611             21,425            846               19,388       16,069          (3,319)        -20.7%          21,425
           Roads, Pavements & Bridges                             10,965         25,611             21,425            846               19,388       16,069          (3,319)        -20.7%          21,425
           Storm water                                                                                  –                 –                 –              –             –
    Infrastructure - Electricity                                  27,807         30,070             15,078          1,045               11,306       11,308                  3      0.0%            15,078
           Generation                                                                    –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
           Transmission & Reticulation                            14,043         13,851              3,578            372                3,715        2,683          (1,032)        -38.4%           3,578
           Street Lighting                                        13,764         16,219             11,500            673                7,591        8,625           1,034         12.0%           11,500
    Infrastructure - Water                                         4,676           7,313                –             259                2,662             –         (2,662)       #DIV/0!              –
           Dams & Reservoirs                                                             –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
           Water purification                                                      7,313                –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
           Reticulation                                            4,676                 –              –             259                2,662             –         (2,662)       #DIV/0!              –
    Infrastructure - Sanitation                                    7,278           5,832             2,033            163                2,386        1,525            (861)        -56.5%           2,033
           Reticulation                                            7,278           5,832             2,033            163                2,386        1,525            (861)        -56.5%           2,033
           Sewerage purification                                                         –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Infrastructure - Other                                         4,851           3,164            20,165           (406)               3,678       15,124          11,446         75.7%           20,165
           Waste Management                                                              –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
           Transportation                                                                –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
           Gas                                                                           –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
           Other                                                   4,851           3,164            20,165           (406)               3,678       15,124          11,446         75.7%           20,165

Community                                                          6,502           8,722             7,177          1,032                4,249        5,383           1,133         21.1%            7,177
    Parks & gardens                                                5,248           6,256                    2         948                3,547                 2     (3,545)     -199938.7%                 2
    Sportsfields & stadia                                                                –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Swimming pools                                                                       –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Community halls                                                                      –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Libraries                                                                            –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Recreational facilities                                                              –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Fire, safety & emergency                                             84         567              6,477                –                 –         4,858           4,858        100.0%            6,477
    Security and policing                                                33                  1          28                –                 –              21            21        100.0%               28
    Buses                                                                                –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Clinics                                                                              –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Museums & Art Galleries                                                              –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Cemeteries                                                     1,136           1,897               669                84               702            502          (201)        -40.0%             669
    Social rental housing                                                                               –                                                  –             –                              –
    Other                                                                                               –                                                  –             –                              –
Heritage assets                                                          –               –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Buildings                                                                                                                                              –             –                              –
    Other                                                                                                                                                  –             –                              –
                                                                                                                                                                         –
Investment properties                                                    –               –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Housing development                                                                                                                                    –             –                              –
    Other                                                                                                                                                  –             –                              –
Other assets                                                      26,614         32,765             15,809            886               10,739       11,857           1,118         9.4%            15,809
    General vehicles                                               3,798           3,904             4,293            189                1,856        3,219           1,363         42.3%            4,293
    Specialised vehicles                                             731           1,635                –                 18               362             –           (362)       #DIV/0!              –
    Plant & equipment                                                330            480              1,001                40               200            751           550         73.3%            1,001
    Computers - hardware/equipment                                   214            140                 36                20                41             27           (14)        -51.4%              36
    Furniture and other office equipment                             167            189                144                    5             (1)           108           109        101.0%              144
    Abattoirs                                                                            –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Markets                                                                              –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Civic Land and Buildings                                      21,045         25,959              8,636            608                8,085        6,477          (1,608)        -24.8%           8,636
    Other Buildings                                                                      –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Other Land                                                                           –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)                                           –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Other                                                            329            458              1,700                    7            195        1,275           1,080         84.7%            1,700

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

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

Intangibles                                                              –               –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Computers - software & programming                                                                                                                     –             –                              –
    Other                                                                                                                                                  –             –                              –
                                                                                                                                                           –
Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure                         88,693        113,478             81,687          3,825               54,408       61,265           6,857         11.2%           81,687


Specialised vehicles                                                     –               –              –                 –                 –              –             –                              –
    Refuse                                                                                                                                                 –             –                              –
    Fire                                                                                                                                                   –             –                              –
    Conservancy                                                                                                                                            –             –                              –
    Ambulances                                                                                                                                             –             –                              –
References
GT481 Mogale City - Supporting Table SC13c Monthly Budget Statement - expenditure on repairs and maintenance by asset class - M09 March
                                                    2010/11                                        Budget Year 2011/12
                  Description                 Ref   Audited     Original   Adjusted    Monthly                   YearTD     YTD                     Full Year
                                                                                                 YearTD actual                       YTD variance
                                                    Outcome     Budget      Budget      actual                   budget   variance                  Forecast
R thousands                                    1                                                                                          %
Chart C1 2011/12 Capital Expenditure Monthly Trend: actual v target
                                                                                                                                                                          Chart C1 2011/12 Capital Expenditure Monthly Trend: actual v target
Month            2010/11                                          M
                                    Original Budget Adjusted Budget onthly actual
Jul                           –            18,851          18,851             –                                                                                        25,000
Aug                           –            18,851          18,851           1,426
Sep                           –            18,851          18,851          24,347
Oct                           –            18,851          18,851           8,019                                                                                      20,000
Nov                           –            18,851          18,851          19,946
Dec                           –            18,851          18,851           4,620
Jan                           –            18,851          18,851          11,646                                                                                      15,000




                                                                                                                                                           R'000
Feb                           –            18,851           8,999           7,073
Mar                           –            18,851           8,999          14,456
Apr                           –            18,851           8,999             –                                                                                        10,000
May                           –            18,851           8,999             –
Jun                           –            18,851           8,999             –
                                                                                                                                                                        5,000



                                                                                                                                                                           –
                                                                                                                                                                                  Jul       Aug   Sep       Oct     Nov     Dec     Jan      Feb       Mar   Apr      May     Jun
                                                                                                                                                             2010/11               –         –     –         –       –       –       –        –         –     –        –       –
                                                                                                                                                             Original Budget     18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851
                                                                                                                                                             Adjusted Budget 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 18,851 8,999                8,999     8,999    8,999   8,999
                                                                                                                                                             Monthly actual        –       1,426 24,347 8,019 19,946 4,620 11,646 7,073 14,456                –        –       –




Chart C2 2011/12 Capital Expenditure: YTD actual v YTD target                                                                                                                           Chart C2 2011/12 Capital Expenditure: YTD actual v YTD target
Month            YearTD actual YearTD budget
                                                                                                                                                          180,000
Jul                                        18,851
Aug                         1,426          37,702
                                                                                                                                                          160,000
Sep                        25,773          56,553
Oct                        33,792          75,404
                                                                                                                                                          140,000
Nov                        53,738          94,255
Dec                        58,358         113,106
Jan                        70,004         131,957                                                                                                         120,000
Feb                        77,077         140,956
Mar                        91,532         149,955                                                                                                         100,000




                                                                                                                                              R'000
Apr                                       158,954
May                                       167,953                                                                                                          80,000
Jun                                       176,951
                                                                                                                                                           60,000


                                                                                                                                                           40,000


                                                                                                                                                           20,000


                                                                                                                                                                   –
                                                                                                                                                                           Jul      Aug       Sep        Oct       Nov      Dec      Jan       Feb        Mar        Apr      May     Jun
                                                                                                                                                      YearTD actual         –      1,426     25,773     33,792    53,738   58,358   70,004    77,077     91,532       –        –       –
                                                                                                                                                      YearTD budget 18,851         37,702    56,553     75,404    94,255   113,106 131,957 140,956 149,955 158,954 167,953 176,951



      #VALUE!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     #VALUE!
                  0-30 Days         31-60 Days      61-90 Days      91-120 Days     121-150 Dys   151-180 Dys   181 Dys-1 Yr   Over 1Yr
Budget Year 2011/12    194,733             14,135           9,668         611,644             –             –              –              –                 700,000
2010/11                184,996             13,428           9,185         581,062             –             –              –              –

                                                                                                                                                            600,000
                                                                                                                                                                        600,000


                                                                                                                                                                        500,000


                                                                                                                                                                        400,000




                                                                                                                                                                R'000
                                                                                                                                                                        300,000


                                                                                                                                                                        200,000


                                                                                                                                                                        100,000


                                                                                                                                                                             –
                                                                                                                                                                                      0-30     31-60    61-90     91-120    121-150   151-180   181 Dys-1     Over 1Yr
                                                                                                                                                                                      Days      Days    Days       Days       Dys       Dys        Yr
                                                                                                                                                           Budget Year 2011/12       194,733   14,135   9,668     611,644      –         –          –            –
                                                                                                                                                           2010/11                   184,996   13,428   9,185     581,062      –         –          –            –
   #VALUE!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                #VALUE!
                  2010/11           Budget Year 2011/12
Government                  5,094           5,252
Business                158,523           163,426                                                                                                                       400,000
Households              355,792           366,796
Other                   285,865           294,707                                                                                                                       350,000

                                                                                                                                                                        300,000

                                                                                                                                                                        250,000




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                                                                                                                                                                        200,000

                                                                                                                                                                        150,000

                                                                                                                                                                        100,000

                                                                                                                                                                         50,000

                                                                                                                                                                                 –
                                                                                                                                                                                        Government         Business           Households             Other
                                                                                                                                                           2010/11                        5,094            158,523             355,792              285,865
                                                                                                                                                           Budget Year 2011/12            5,252            163,426             366,796              294,707

   #VALUE!
                  Bulk Electricity Bulk Water       PAYE deductionsAT (output less input) / Retirementrepaymentsrade Creditors Auditor General Other
                                                                  V              Pensions        Loan deductions
                                                                                                               T
                                                                                                                                                                                                                #VALUE!
2010/11                       –                 –              –              –              –              –              –              –            –                30,000
Budget Year 2011/12      25,635            12,853           3,897          1,700          6,228          7,461         23,238             –            –

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                                                                                                                                                                        20,000
                                                                                                                                                               000
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           15,000



           10,000



            5,000



               –
                                                             VAT                                    Trade      Auditor General
                      Bulk Electricity Bulk WaterPAYE deductions (output less Pensions /Loan repayments Creditors                Other
                                                                  input)     Retirement
                                                                             deductions
2010/11                     –               –          –            –             –            –          –           –           –
Budget Year 2011/12      25,635       12,853       3,897        1,700        6,228        7,461       23,238          –           –

								
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