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									INTEGRATED

DEVELOPMENT
   DRAFT

  IDPLAN

  2004/5
        TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTS                                           PAGE


I     SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION
                            53

      1.1   Introduction                           4
      1.2   Brief Review Report                    5      Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

      1.3   Process plan                           6
      1.4   Community Participation                7


II    SECTION 2: ANALYSIS                          87

      2.1   Background                             98
      2.2   Socio-Economic Profile                 110
      2.3   Economic Potential                     167
      2.4   Key Developmental                      1718
            Challenges
      2.5   Key Institutional Challenges           2629
      2.6   Implications of situational analysis   30     Formatted: Bullets and Numbering




III   SECTION: 3: PRIORITY NEEDS                   3128
      AND STRATEGIES

      3.1   Vision and Mission                     3229
      3.2   Strategic Objectives                   330


IV    SECTION 4: PRIORITY NEEDS,                   35


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     PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS                    33
     PROJECTS

     4.1 Priority Needs                         36       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

     4.14.2    Social DevelopmentProgrammes and
          Projects                     394
     4.2 Economic Vitality                      72
     4.3 Environment                            74
     4.4 People Development                     82
     4.5 Good Governance                        91

V    SECTION 5: SECTOR PLANS                    9866

     5.1   Social Development Programme         9967
           Including HIV/AIDS
     5.2   Spatial Development Framework        10371
     5.3   Transportation Strategy              10775
     5.4   Local Economic Development           11078
           Strategy




     5.5   Integrated Environmental Programme   11795

           5.5.1 State of the Environment       11795
                 Report
           5.5.2 Environmental Management       12098
                 Framework
           5.5.3 Open Space Project             122100
           5.5.4 Cradle of Humankind World      12806
                 Heritage Site
           5.5.5 Disaster Management Plan       12908
           5.5.6 Urban Greening Strategy        13412
           5.5.7 Integrated Waste Management    142      Formatted: Bullets and Numbering


     5.6   Municipal Performance Management     15331
           System
     5.7   Water Services Development Plan      16744


VI   SECTION 6: ANNEXURES

     6.1   Annexure   I     IDP Process plan
     6.2   Annexure   II    IDP Review Report
     6.3   Annexure   III   Organogram
     6.4   Annexure   IV    Budget



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6.5. Annexure V   Maps




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  SECTION:

     I

INTRODUCTION




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1.1   Introduction                                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering




Integrated development planning (IDP) is the process through
which a municipality prepares a strategic development plan, which
is in the main, the principal strategic instrument guiding all
planning,       management,     investment,      development   and
implementation decisions, taking into account input from all
stakeholders.


The IDP crosses departmental divisions by linking the physical,
social, institutional and economic components of planning and
development with management and development structure. The IDP
alsoIt also integrates and alignaligns planning in the different
spheres of government and therefore enforcing and upholding the
spirit of co-operative governance in the public sector.


The IDP also integrates the municipality with service providers,
citizens and groups within the community in an endeavour to find
sustainable ways to meet their social, economic and material needs
and improve the quality of their lives.


This section provides a brief overview of the process followed by
Mogale City in reviewing its IDP for 2004/05.




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1.2 Brief Review Report


In line with the legislative requirements of the Municipal Systems
Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000), the city embarked on the secondcond
round of reviewing its Integrated Development Plan (See Annexure
II). in terms of the


The first stage of review was in response to the Draft comments
from the MEC for the Department of Local Government and
Development Planning’s assessment of the Mogale City Integrated
Development Plan (IDP). The comments were discussed in depth
and addressed during the IDP review process.


The second phase entailed both internal and external review.
Departments monitored and evaluated their work and reported back
on progress made, deviations and improvements. Road Shows were
conducted as part of the review process. The aim of the latter was
to inform and report back to the communities on the IDP. They also
provided a forum to consult communities on the performance of the
municipality. All the consultation and feedback sessions were
effective and informative. The outcomes were noted and taken into
consideration during in the review process.


The third and final phase will entailentailed both vertical and
horizontal alignment of the IDP with the District and Provincial Line




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Departments, as well as twenty-one days public display of the IDP
document for public scrutiny.




1.3 Process plan                                                     Formatted
                                                                     Formatted
                                                                     Formatted



In terms of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000), the
Executive Mayor is responsible for managing the compilation of the
IDP. The co-ordination of this responsibility was delegated to the
Municipal Manager who reports directly to the Executive Mayor and
the Mayoral Committee.


The Mayoral Committee adopted a process plan for reviewing the
IDP on the 18th of February 2004 (See Annexure I).    The process    Formatted

plan complies with the minimum requirements of the Municipal
Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000).




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1.4 Community Participation                                               Formatted




Municipal Systems Act of 2000 requires municipalities to adopt a
democratic approach to local government in order to meet their
mandate of playing a developmental role.


The approach implies that all the stakeholders need to be afforded
an opportunity to voice their opinions before final decisions are
made on the integrated development planning process. This gives
real meaning to the notion of a participatory concept in local
government affairs.


It is against this legislative background that MCLM embarked on an
extensive community consultation and participation processes. The
city utilized the following structures to ensure that it reaches out to
all the members of the community:


      Council meetings                                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

      Ward meetings
      Community Roadshows
      Sector meetings
         -   Business
         -   Labour


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 -   Youth
 -   Churches
 -   Community Policing Forums




     SECTION:

                  2II

IDP ANALYSIS

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2.1   Background

HISTORY

Mogale City, previously known as the Krugersdorp Local Council, is
named after Chief Mogale-Wa-Mogale, the young heir to the Po
Chiefdom of the Batswana. The Po-Tribe (the Ndebele migrant
Group) was among the early groups to occupy the Mogale City area.
Later, surrounded by the Batswana – Bafokeng and Bakwena
people, their Nguni culture and language were gradually replaced by
that of the Batswana. The Po occupied the region from Magaliesburg
and extended as far east as present day North-Cliff Ridge, and
Haartebeespoort to North-West


Chief Mogale – wa – Mogale is recognised as one of the first South
African freedom fighters.   Generations have been inspired by his
bravery and tireless attempts at restoring ancestral land to his



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people. He was: “A true son of Africa, who is rightfully honoured by
naming the Cit after him.


LOCATION


Mogale      City    is situated at the Western side of the Gauteng

Province (See Annexure V Map I). It also forms part of the broader

West Rand District. .



Mogale City is made up of the following entities (See Annexure V
Map 9.2)::


      Kagiso & Rietvallei 1,2 & 3
      Krugersdorp
      Muldersdrift
      Munsieville
      Tarlton
      Sterkfontein
      Magaliesburg
      Hekpoort.
                                                                          Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

The city covers an area of approximately 110 000 hectares. It is
accessible from all the major centres of Gauteng and North West
province,          namely    Johannesburg,      Pretoria,     Midrand,
Haartebeesportdam, Randfontein, and Soweto to name but a few
places.


BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DEVELOPMENT


Mogale City is a mixture of urban and rural areas with some very
unique    features. The     urban areas   reflect   different levels of


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development. The former black townships are a mixture of clearly
laid out sections and a concentration of informal settlements with
no or minimum provision for open space.


The former townships are also divided into ‘old sections’, which
comprises of a mixture formal dwellings and shacks within the same
yards. ‘Recently developed sections’ (less than 15 years), comprise
of the original formal structures, with no backyard settlements.


The former white areas are fully serviced with tarred roads, storm
water systems, parks, piped water, electricity and street lighting.
The level of service provided in the latter areas is the standard the
municipality wants to maintain to provide services throughout its
area of jurisdiction.


The rural areas provide the scenic beauty of the area, with areas
like   Magaliesberg     hosting   primarily   tourist-oriented   farming
activities. The majority of farm labourers have no land of their own
and live under difficult conditions. Service provision is a challenge
with residences scattered over vast areas on farms. Service
provision and land reform are a challenge with residences scattered
over vast areas on farms.


2.2 Socio-Economic Profile

According to the 2001 Census, Mogale City has the following
demographic profile:


TOTAL POPULATION

Nationality                 Population number        Percentage
African                     219 931                  75.91
Coloured                      2 090                  0.72
Indian / Asian                6 459                  2.22


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 White             61 240           21.13
 TOTALS           289 720           100%

 AGE CATEGORIES

0-4                         23 820          8.22
5-9                         22 400          7.73
10-14                       22 877          7.80
15-19                       25 138          8.68
20-24                       30 943          10.68
25-29                       32 593          11.25
30-34                       27 740          9.57
35-39                       26 177          9.03
40-44                       22 042          7.61
45-49                       16 887          5.83
50-54                       12 340          4.26
55-59                       8 563           2.95
60-64                       6 598           2.28
65-69                       4 263           1.47
70-74                       3 103           1.07
75-79                       2 104           0.73
80-84                       1 377           0.47
85+                         755             0.26
Total                       289 720         100%




 DISABILITY

No disability               276 996         95.61
Sight                       3 907           1.35
Hearing                     1 443           0.40
Communication               377             0.13
Physical                    2 856           0.98
Intellectual                1 015           0.35
Emotional                   1 704           0.58
Multiple                    1 427           0.49



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Total                                    289 725     100%


 12 729 (4.39%) people have disabilities, whilst 276996 (95.61%)
 have no disabilities.



 EMPLOYMENT

Male
Employed                                58 727       27.96
Unemployed                              23 340       11.11
Not economically active                 27 842       13.26
TOTAL                                   109 909      52.33
Female
Employed                                38 766       18.46
Unemployed                              27 069       12.89
Not economically active                 34 263       16.31
TOTAL                                   100 098      47.66
GRAND TOTAL                             210 007      100%

 97 493 (46.42%) people are employed, 50 409 (24.00%) people
 are unemployed and 62 105 (29.57%) people are not economically
 active.




 INCOME LEVELS

 Income category.
 No income                                         1 818     1.86
 R 1 - R 400                                       9 190     9.43
 R 401 - R 800                                     18 937    19.42
 R 801 - R 1600                                    23 028    23.62
 R 1601 - R 3200                                   18 240    18.71
 R 3201 - R 6400                                   14 218    14.58
 R 6401 - R 12800                                  7 693     7.89


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R 12801 - R 25600                                      2 921     2.90
R 25601 - R 51200                                      801       0.82
R 51201 - R 102400                                     335       0.34
R 102401 - R 204800                                    158       0.16
R 204801 or more                                       156       0.16
Total                                                  97 495    100%


ILLETERACY RATE

17 917 people are illiterate.



TYPES OF DWELLINGS

House or brick structure on a separate stand or yard 47 317 58.08
Traditional    dwelling/hut/structure   made      of             1.74
                                                       1 419
traditional materials
Flat in block of flats                                 2 347     0.02
Town/cluster/semi-detached      house    (simplex:               2.57
                                                       2 101
duplex: triplex)
House/flat/room in back yard                           4 062     4.98
Informal dwelling/shack in back yard                   9 758     11.97
Informal dwelling/shack NOT in back yard e.g. in an        17.75
                                                    14 464
informal/squatter settlement
Total                                                  81 468 100 %

57 246 (70.28%) residents live in formal housing, while 24 222
(29.75%) live informal housing.


ENERGY SOURCES

Energy or fuel for cooking.


Electricity                               57 211         68.49
Gas                                       1 299          1.56
Paraffin                                  21 501         25.74
Wood                                      1 824          2.18
Coal                                      1 200          1.44



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Animal dung                                212           0.25
Solar                                      167           0.10
Other                                      116           0.14
Total                                      83 530        100%




Energy or fuel for heating.
Electricity                                54 300        67.77
Gas                                        1 237         1.54
Paraffin                                   11 390        14.21
Wood                                       5 069         6.33
Coal                                       7 695         9.60
Animal dung                                122           0.15
Solar                                      306           0.38
Total                                      80 119        100%



Energy or fuel for lighting.
Electricity                           66 848             80.02
Gas                                   97                 0.11
Paraffin                              1 295              15.50
Candles                               15 004             17.96
Solar                                 140                1.68
Other                                 146                0.17
Total                                 83 530             100 %


WATER SUPPLY

Piped water inside dwelling                         32 850   39.83
Piped water inside yard                             38 074   46.16
Piped water on community stand: distance less                7.77
                                              6 409
than 200m from dwelling
Piped water on community stand: distance greater             5.24
                                                 4 329
than 200m from dwelling
Borehole                                         680         0.82
Spring                                              21       0.02


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Rain-water tank                                     108       0.13
Total                                               82 471    100 %


REFUSE REMOVAL

Removed by local authority at least once a week     61 985 74.20
Removed by local authority less often               849       1.01
Communal refuse dump                                2 321     2.77
Own refuse dump                                     14 670 17.56
No rubbish disposal                                 3702   4.43
Total                                               83 527 100 %


SANITATION

Flush toilet (connected to sewerage system)        59 622     71.73
Flush toilet (with septic tank)                    5 352      6.40
Chemical toilet                                    1 384      1.65
Pit latrine with ventilation (VIP)                 1 615      1.93
Pit latrine without ventilation                    10 101     12.09
Bucket latrine                                     1 891      2.26
None                                               3 566      4.26
Total                                              83 531     100 %

79965 (95.74%) households have access to sanitation, whilst 3566
(4.26%) have no access.




TELEPHONE

Phone service.
Telephone in dwelling and cell-phone              15 964     19.11
Telephone in dwelling only                        8 914      10.67
Cell-phone only                                   19 102     22.86
At a neighbour nearby                             3 884      4.65
At a public telephone nearby                      31 021     37.14
At another location nearby                        1 562      1.87


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At another location; not nearby                638       0.76
No access to a telephone                       2 446     2.93
Total                                          83 531    100%

81 085 (97.07%) households have access to telephone service,
whilst 2446 (2.93%) have no access.




2.2     Economic Potential

In the past, gold mining was the core of the region’s economy, but
because of closure of mines, the focus has shifted to tourism,
manufacturing and agribusiness.


Mogale City, the “Treasure chest of the West”, has maintained its
standard of economic performance. Businesses in the former white


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areas/suburbs enjoy the support of a strong business chamber, the
Mogale Chamber of Commerce and Industry, whose interest is
focused on local economic development and the provision of value
adding services.


New developments include the Key West Shopping centre, with 130
shops   and   restaurants,      and   plans   are   underway   for   more
developments. Several retail, business and commercial areas have
been developed in greater Mogale City.          Currently the dominant
economic sectors are; retail, service, manufacturing and industrial.


The   Industrial   areas   are: Boltonia, Chamdor, Delporton and
Luipardsvlei. A number of serviced erven are available in Chamdor,
Factoria, Delporton and Boltonia, and a number of potential
unserviced erven are also available in Chamdor extension 2,
Fariaville, and Muldersdrift.




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2.4   Key Developmental Challenges And Backlogs


Housing

The Mogale City Local Municipality is confronted with the challenge
of ensuring access to adequate housing to all its inhabitants. The
provision of adequate housing or access thereto is underpinned by
the principles of promoting economic viability, environmental
sustainability, urban integration and most importantly creating
sustainable communities where people live in human dignity. The
city is progressively working towards reducing the significant
housing backlog and to ensure that the rights of its inhabitants to
have access to adequate housing is upheld and realised. The major
challenge is on delay of EIA approval by GDACEL., objectors and
land availability in rural areas.




Water and Sanitation


The Mogale City boundaries cover an area of approximately 1 520
km2, of which 8% of the total area is serviced by a waterborne
sewer reticulation system of approximately 1200km network and 10
pumpstations.        Six drainage areas, with its smaller sub-drainage
areas have been identified and recorded in a detailed Wastewater
Masterplan.        The drainage areas include six outfall sewers, which
respectively contribute their wastewater loads to the three Mogale
City bulk wastewater treatment plants (Flip Human WCW, Percy
Stewart WCW and Magaliesburg WCW).                 A part of wastewater
generated     is     networked   to   the   Driefontein   and   Roodepoort
treatment works.




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The majority of stands in Mogale City residential areas are
connected to a pressured metered water supply network. The bulk
service provider to Mogale City is Rand Water through nineteen
connection points, and to lesser extent Johannesburg Water through
2 connection points.      The bulk water is distributed through a
network of 19 reservoirs/water towers and 1400 m distribution
network.


The challenges currently facing the city are the following:


      Provision Of Free Basic Water and Sanitation
      Reduction Of Service Backlogs particularly in the Rural
       Communities
      Revenue Generation
      Development, Expand, Operate And Maintain Infrastructure
      Affordable And Financially Viable Services
      People Development, Capacity Building and retain expertise
      Optimising    Water   Resource     Utilisation   And   Demand
       Management, With Specific Focus On Unaccounted For Water
      Compliance To Legal And Quality Requirements
      Lack of Policies and Operating Procedures
      Ringfencing of water and sanitation units
      The update and completion of a Water Services Development
       Plan




Electricity


Eskom and the municipality supply electricity within the boundaries
of the City. This creates a problem due to the variance in terms of
service standards rendered by the two service providers. The




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problem impacts more on the municipality as the area is its
governing the area.




The major challenges of electricity distribution within Mogale City
are the following:


      Provision Of Free Basic Electricity Particularly In Rural Areas
      Electrification Of Rural Areas
      Service Backlogs
      Poor Payment Levels
      New Connections And Upgrading Of Existing Networks
      Legal Compliance
      Illegal Connections
      Metering Problems




Roads and Storm Water


The responsibility of roads within the demarcated municipal area is
shared between the national, provincial and local government, with
the municipality responsible for the majority of the network.


The challenge is to address the roads, storm water and kerbing
backlogs in townships, informal settlement and rural areas. There is
also a need to upgrade roads in the former Black areas to meet
minimum acceptable development standards.




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Environmental Management


Environment Stability is one of Mogale City’s Strategic Objectives,
and therefore a Key Performance Area. Some of the major
challenges faced by the city are the following:


      Competent Authority Status at Local Level for resourced
       Municipalities
      Establishment Of Environmental Co-Operative Agreements
       with Mining Houses and relevant Stakeholders
      Statutory Compliance by Developers and integration of Intra-
       Departmental programmes
      Municipal Service Partnership
      Development Of An Auditing Programme For Industries Within
       MCLM In Order To Ensure Proper Environmental Performance
      Implementation Of The State Of the Environment Report And
       Environment Management Framework Recommendations
      Implementation Of The Integrated Pest Control Policy
      Ensuring Effective Management Of Disasters Within MCLM
      Ensuring Effective Legal Compliance




Waste Management


Increase in waste generation is an inevitable consequence of
development and must be systematically managed in order to
conserve resources and protect the Environment (DWAF, 1997).




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The lack of proper waste management policies results in pollution of
the air, land and fresh water systems, and subsequently disruption
of ecosystem processes, habitat destruction and species loss. It also
has negative impact on people’s health.


The amount of waste produced also places increasing pressure on
the landfills where the waste is discarded. Increasing amounts of
land set aside for landfills could lead to further habitat destruction
and species loss. MCLM currently operates two Landfill Sites,
Luipaardsvlei Landfill (servicing Urban Areas) & Magaliesburg
(servicing Rural Areas).


Mogale City Local Municipality is faced with various pressures in
terms of waste management. The most salient pressures being the
following:


      Development and Implementation of municipalities Integrated
       Waste Management Plan.
      Refuse Removal, With Particular Focus On Rural Areas And
       Informal Settlements
      Statutory Compliance
      Establishment Of A Facility For The Disposal Of Hazardous And
       Medical Waste- Regional Inceneration Facility
      Addressing Illegal Dumping in a sustainable manner
      Illegal Dumping
      Waste Minimisation In Accordance With The White Paper On
       Integrated Pollution And Waste Management In South Africa
       (March, 2002).




Parks and Cemeteries:




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The are numerous parks and seven cemeteries in City. The standard
of parks and cemeteries in the former Black areas differs from those
in the former White areas due to historical background. The major
challenges   currently    facing      the   management     of    parks   and
cemeteries in Mogale City are the following:


      Managing Grass Cutting And Garden Maintenance Functions
      Implementation Of The Urban Greening Strategy
      The Impact Of HIV Aids On Burial Space and MCLM workforce
      Improvement       Of   Parks    And    Cemeteries    In    Previously
       Disadvantaged Areas
      Delay in EIA process for The Development Of Cemeteries In
       Rural Areas
      Procurement Of Land For The Development Of Cemeteries In
       Rural Areas




High Crime Rates

Mogale City is one of the low crime areas of Gauteng.                Private
security companies provide security in commercial, industrial and
residential areas and there is a working relationship between the
police and private sector organizations in fighting crime. There is
also a new drive to work with business to secure the city centre.
There is also a new initiative to establish a Municipal Police force.




Unemployment


According to 2001 census figures (where the term employment
applies to those between 15 and 65 years who are employed),




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97 493 (46.42%) people are employed, 50 409 (24.00%) people
are unemployed.




HIV AND AIDS And Related Matters


The following HIV/Aids related issues are still a challenge for Mogale
City:


Issue                 CONSTRAINTS/                     CAUSAL FACTORS
                      OPPORTUNITIES

HIV & AIDS                  Lack Of Institutional And Social behaviour
Pandemic                     Home Based Care           Rape and sex abuse
                             Facilities                Sex work for
                            Stigmatisation            survival – poverty
                            Family Disintegration     and unemployment
                            Aids Orphans And          Low educational
                             Households Managed By     levels
                             Minors                    Family dysfunction
                            Unemployment And
                             Poverty Of HIV & AIDS
                             Affected People
                            Loss Of The
                             Breadwinner
                            Indigence




Rural Development


The richness of Mogale City as well as its competitve advantage
within the West Rand District and the Gauteng region lies in the fact
that it has a mixture of both rural and urban areas.


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This mixture gives Mogale city an edge over its counter parts in
terms of local economic development opportunities. The reality is
that rural areas are less developed than the urban areas, and thus,
offer   an   opportunity   for   more   economic   growth   within    the
municipality.


The challenges currently facing rural development and management
are the following:


       Development Of A Comprehensive Rural Development And
        Tourism Strategy And Implementation Plan For The City
       Raising Of Awareness On Land Tenure, Labour Rights, Rural
        Development
       Establishment Of Partnerships With Key Role Players In Rural
        Development
       Reduction In The Number Of Evictions Taking Place In Rural
        Areas
       Increase   In   Security   Of   Land   Tenure   Among        Rural
        Communities
       Availability of suitable land for development closer/closest to
        Developmental nodes as identified in SDF
       Establishment Of Sustainable Rural Settlements.



Tourism


Mogale City is the ‘Treasure Chest of the West’. It boasts of its rich
Heritage and being on the map of the World’s Heritage Sites. It is
one of the Tourist’s destinations not only within the West Rand and
Gauteng regions, but also in the whole country.




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Tourism as one of the fast-growing industries in the country, within
Mogale city it offers an opportunity for Local Economic Development
through    the    development    of    local   SMME   and   previously
disadvantaged entrepreneurs.
The challenges currently facing the tourism industry of Mogale city
are the following:


      Development Of A Comprehensive Tourism Development
       Strategy
      Development Marketing Strategy And Implementation Plan
       For The City
      Integration Of The Tourism Industry Operators And Tourism
       Offering In Mogale City
      Establishment Of Heritage, Arts & Culture Institutions In
       Mogale City.
      Establishment Of Partnerships With Key Role Players In Rural
       Development & Tourism.



Transport InfrasructureInfrastructure

As one of the tourist’s destinations in the country, it is important
that our transport infrastructure does not only facilitate access from
all major cities, town and ports, but it also complies with world class
standards in order to ensure that Mogale City is the first stop point
for tourists before they move to other areas.




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The transport infrastructure issues facing Mogale City are shown
below:


              Constraints/challenges                  Causal Factors

Public              Lack of infrastructure           Transport is not a
Transport           No public transport – with local         government
                     major       areas   not    being competency   –   we
                     accessible                       render only support
                    No transport policy and/or services
                     planning                         Cost of commuting
                    Available      transport    not – Increase in petrol
                     affordable – people spend price
                     more on transport than on Devaluation of the
                     basic needs, e.g. food           Rand – money does
                    Cost of petrol impacts on the not go so far
                     movement of people




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2.5     KEY INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES


Mogale City continues to improve the alignment of its operations
with the vision of making the city a desirable place to work in. The
delivery of quality services rests on the efforts of a committed,
skilled and professional work force. It is envisaged that during this
financial year the following key institutional capacity issues will be
addressed.




Staff Placement

90% of management posts have been filled. The re-designing of the
micro-structure has also been completed and it is envisaged that
the placement of staff will be completed during the 2004/5 financial
year.



Policies, Strategies And Systems

All the departments and sections are making tremendous progress
in reviewing and updating their policies, strategies and systems.
The areas that are covered are the following:


Support Services
Strategic Services
Marketing and Communications
Information Technology
Human Resources
Finance




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Socio-Economic Development Sector
Rural Development and Tourism
Local Economic Development
Community Services
Public Safety


Infrastructure Management Sector
Housing
Water and Sanitation
Integrated Environmental Management
Infrastructure Management


2.6    IMPLICATIONS OF THE SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS                        Formatted
                                                                       Formatted


The situational analysis of the city implies that there is an urgent
need to address the following issues:


      Unemployment                                                    Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

      Poverty Alleviation
      Indigence
      Housing backlog
      Services backlog including Free Basic Services
      HIV/AIDS
      Health Care
      Local Economic Development
      Infrastructure Upgrade
      Rural Development
      Land Acquisition
      Environmental Conservation
      Community Development
      Skills development


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   Institutional Development




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SECTION:


   III
PRIORITY

 NEEDS

VISION

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                                &

       STRATEGIES



3.1    VISION AND MISSION


Our Vision is:


That Mogale City will be a desirable place to live, invest and visit;
where all people may enjoy a sustainable quality of life.


Our Mission is:


To create a people centred and economically viable city where all:
Have equal access to-


      Basic social services;
      Education and skills enhancement programmes; and
      Job and entrepreneurial opportunities.




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Enjoy:


       A clean and sustainable environment; and
        Safety and security.


Are governed by a:


       Participative,    professional,    transparent   and   accountable
        administration.




3.2     STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES


3.2.1       Social Development Development                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering


   To promote social and economic development within Mogale
        City through the provision of:


             Basic services and equal access to health;
             Education;
             Welfare;
             Safety;
             Housing;
             Sport; and
             Recreation.



3.2.2       Economic Vitality




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   To create an enabling environment for sustained economic
        growth and development by:


             Marketing the city to potential investors and tourists;
             Developing a strong and integrated road, rail, air,
              pipeline and information systems infrastructure;
             Creating job opportunities through the promotion and
              support of SMMEs and the development of human
              resources;
             Putting in place favourable policies and legislation (land
              use, rates and taxes, tariffs, etc);
             Reducing crime through the effective implementation of
              the National Crime Prevention Strategy;
             Promoting the development of agri-business and eco-
              tourism;
             Establishing an information technology hub for the
              region; and
             Building financial and economic management capacity
              (both for the institutional and the people).



   To develop the infrastructure and asset base of Mogale City
        by:


             Reducing the housing backlog;
             Upgrading the city infrastructure; and
             Promoting the integration of residential and business
              areas
             Through the development of appropriate land utilisation
             Policies and legislation.



3.2.3       Environmental Stability



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             Promote a sustainable environment by:
             Promoting environmental awareness;
             Preserving the heritage and cultural sites;
             Promoting and maintaining parks, fauna and flora;
             Effectively managing waste and pollution; and
             Developing      relevant        legislation   and   regulations    to
              protect   the    environment           and    ensure    sustainable
              development.



3.2.4       Good Governance

   To promote a seamless, open, ethical, professional and
        accountable system of governance by:
             Continuously engaging the broader community in the
              decision making process through appropriate public,
              private and development sector partnerships;
             Ensuring social, ethical and political accountability;
             Developing      appropriate        monitoring,      evaluation    and
              reporting systems and processes; and
             Building the capacity and capability of all relevant
              governance bodies within Mogale city.



3.2.5       People Development

             To invest in the development of human resource
              capacity by:
             Linking educational institutions, at all levels, with
              government and business organisations;
             Promoting a culture of life-long learning and innovation
              throughout all educational, governmental, business and
              community organisations;



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   Developing     comprehensive       education,   training   and
    leadership development programmes that focus on the
    most disadvantaged sectors of the community (i.e.
    youth, women, the disabled and the aged);
   Accelerating the implementation of all policies and
    legislation   related   to   the   development    of   human
    resources (Skills Development Act, Employment Equity
    Act, SAQA, NQF, LRA, BCEA etc.); and
   Promoting the rights of children, women and the
    disabled as enshrined in their respective Charters and
    the Constitution.




SECTION: 4IV

    PRIORITY
     NEEDS,
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  PROGRAMMES

                         AND

           PROJECTS

                                                                          Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
4.1   PRIORITY NEEDS


The community needs of Mogale City that were identified for 2000-
2006 IDP, have not changed significantly during the recent review
processes and they are still prioritised as follows:



Urgent Needs          Important Needs            Less pressing needs
Housing               Recreational facilities    Street paving
Job creation          Improved          service Conversion of hostels
                      delivery                   into family units
Public safety         SMME development           Development         of



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                                                      parks
Health facilities          Demarcation of areas Construction         of   an
                           for street vendors         old age home
Roads      and    street Community
maintenance                Development Projects
Skills Development Cleaning dumping sites
Projects
Education facilities       Community
                           consultation         and
                           feedback
Electricity
Clean water
Council to address
racism      and     farm
evictions




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4.14.2          PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS                                                 Formatted: Bullets and Numbering




This section provides a list of the projects that have been identified by Mogale City
Local Municipality through an intensive consultation with the communities.
The projects were influenced by Sector plans and prioritized according to the
following criteria:


      Financial Sustainability                                                         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

          -   Revenue Collection


      Social Development                                                               Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

          -   Poverty Alleviation
          -   Health Care
          -   Access to Basic Services
          -   Combating Crime and Corruption
          -   Environmental Stability


      Economic Development                                                             Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

          -   Job Creation
          -   Promotion of Investment
          -   Promotion BEE
          -   Skills Development


      Governance                                                                       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

          -   Community Participation
          -   Equity and Empowerment
          -   Policies, Systems and Procedures


The projects are outlined in accordance with the five key performance areas of the
municipality.




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STRATEGIC OBJETIVE 1: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT


Housing

Projects                                     PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                            2004/05                  2005/06          2006/07
                            430 Toilets & Top
Sinqobile (Phase 2)         Structures               Completed        Completed
                            470 Toilets & Top
Sinqobile (Phase 3)         Structures                Completed       Completed
                            338 Serviced Erven       338 Top
Munsieville X 4 (Phase 2)                            Structures       Completed
                            Purchase Land &          161 Affordable
Kagiso X 15                 Develop Plan             Housing           Completed
                            1730 Serviced Erven      1000 Top         730 Affordable
Riet Vallei X 4
                                                     Structure        Housing
                            Land Purchase &          5000 Serviced    2500 Top
Sinqobile X 1
                            Develop Plan             Erven            Structures
                             Land Purchase &         500 Serviced
Tudor Shaft/Soul City
                            Develop Plan             Erven            500 Top Structures
                            250 Plans                250 Top
Vlakplaats                                           Structures       Completed
                            203 Serviced Erven       203 Top
Rietfontein Village                                  Structures       Completed
                            250 Planned Erven        250 Serviced
Tarlton Village 1                                    Erven            250 Top Structures
                            250 Planned Erven        250 Serviced
Tarlton Village 2                                    Erven            250 Top Structures
                            250 Planned Erven        250 Serviced
Magaliesburg                                         Erven            250 Top Structures
                            250 Planned Erven        250 Serviced
Nooitgedacht                                         Erven            250 Top Structures
Hekpoort                    250 Planned Erven        250 Planned
                            Develop Plan             Erven            250 Top Structures
                            Purchase Land &
MuldersdriftRiet Vallei X   Develop Plan for         1032 Top         250 Planned Erven
5 (Phase 2)                 servicing 1032 Erven     Structures       Completed
Munsieville Hostel          100 Social Housing       3150 Social      200 Social Housing
                            UnitsBusiness Plans &    Housing Units    Units Completed
                            designs
Munsieville Horse Shoe      Business Plans,          3200 Units00     150 Med Density
                            designs & 100 Med        Med Density      Units Completed
                            Density Units550 Units   Units
Kagiso Old Hostel           Business Plans,          500 Affordable   2500 Affordable
                            designs &300             Rental Units     Rental Units
                            Affordable Rental
                            Units




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Projects                                     PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                             2004/05               2005/06            2006/07
Joshua Doore Hostel                                Business Plans &   40 Social; Housing
                                                   designs            Units
Kagiso Ext. 12 - Php         1000 Top structures   350 Housing        Completed
                                                   Units
Rietvallei Proper & Ext. 1   2029 Top structures   350 Housing        Completed
- Php                                              Units




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                                                                                               Formatted

COMMUNITY SERVICES:


Projects                                      PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                         2004/05                 2005/06                2006/07
Poverty Alleviation
Food security: Holiday     2800 children - 400   20 Household           10 Areas of Mogale     Formatted
Feeding                  per facility20 Food     Gardens                City
SchemeHousehold          Gardens
Food Gardens              4 Communal                                   20 Household           Formatted
                            Gardens                                     Gardens
Job creation             Magaliesburg Project    2 Areas of Hekpoort    3 Areas of Moglae      Formatted
                         (10)                    and Tarlton            City, Muldersdrift     Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                                                                        and urban              Formatted
Food Parcels for         Identified poor         Poor families          80 Poor families       Formatted
indigents,               families 40 per         identified by social   identified by social
                                                                                               Formatted
2000 and 2500 aged       month 6 Poor Areas      workers                workers
10 000 soup recipients   Of Mogale City          60 per month           60 per month
School Holiday           Number Of School        2500 indigents         3000 indigents
Feeding Scheme           Children                3500 aged              4500 aged
                                                 10 000 soup            10 000 soup
                                                 recipients 8 Poor      recipients 10 Poor
                                                 Areas                  Areas
Indigent Support
Programme

Indigent Households       Subsidise     750      Subsidise 1000         Subsidise 1500         Formatted
Support                  indigents     1000      indigents 12000        indigents 1500
                         Indigent Households     Indigent Households    Indigent
                         Supported               Supported              Households
                                                                        Supported
Indigent Volunteer       64 Jobs Created For Support 96                 Support 96
Support                  Volunteers    Support volunteers 75 Jobs       volunteers Create      Formatted
                         96 volunteers         For Volunteers           Jobs For 85
                                                                        Volunteers
Holiday Feeding          2800 children   - 400 3010 children - 430      3220 children -        Formatted
scheme                   per facility          per facility             460 per facility
Indigent Pauper Burial   35 Families Assisted    Helping 120 indigent   Helping 130
                         Helping 100 indigents   families with pauper   indigents families     Formatted
                         families with pauper    burials 60 Indigent    with pauper burials
                         burials                 Families Assisted      70 Families
                                                                        Assisted

Women
Empowerment




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Projects                                       PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                         2004/05                   2005/06                   2006/07
Handling Domestic        100 Women trained         90 women trained (3       224 women trained     Formatted

     Violence            (3 per ward)              per ward)                 (7 per ward)          Formatted
                         Award ceremony 100        70 MCLM women 150         30 MCLM women         Formatted
                         Women Trained             Women Trained             200 Women
                                                                             Trained
Skills Development       320 women trained         320 women trained in      320 women trained     Formatted
                         in               flower   advanced sowing           in toilet paper
                         arrangement               (home industry) 200       making
                         320 women trained         Women Trained In          320 women trained     Formatted
                         in fabric painting 150    Skills Development        in fabric painting
                         Women Trained In                                    320 women trained
                         Skills Development                                  in advanced baking
                                                                             200 Women
                                                                             Trained In Skills
                                                                             Development
16 Days Of Activism      March in partnership      March in partnership      March in              Formatted
Against Women And        with 250 men              with 500 men (10          partnership with
Children Abuse           (2 men & 3 women          per ward) Conference      750 men               Formatted
                         per ward)                 on abuse (10 men &        Summit on abuse
                         Seminars          and     10 women per ward)        (10 men & 10          Formatted
                         workshops March In        March In Partnership      women) March In
                         Partnership With Men      With Men                  Partnership With
                                                                             Women
Shelter For Abused       1 Shelter Built       In One shelter in urban       Management And
Women And Children       Urban Areas              area Management            Operation Of The
                                                  And Operation Of The       Shelter
                                                  Shelter
Local Programme Of
Action For Children

Parenting Skills         2 Support groups 64       4 support groups 64       6 Support Group 64    Formatted
                         women (2 women            women (2 per ward)        women (2 per
                         per ward) 2 Support       4 Support Groups          ward) 6 Support
                         Groups Trained                                      Groups
Children Festival        Entertainment 1200        1500 Children             2000 Children         Formatted
                         and Awareness for         Involved
                         children        1200
                         Children Involved
Child Protection Week    Awareness Campaign        Awareness Campaign        Awareness
                                                                             Campaign
Life Skills and          Lifeskills training for   Lifeskills training for   Lifeskills training   Formatted
aftercare training for   320 orphaned              320 orphaned              for 320 orphaned
Training For Orphaned    children & Aftercare      children & Aftercare      children &
Children                 centre per area 300       centre per area 400       Aftercare centre
                         Orphaned Children         Orphaned Children         per area 500
                                                                             Orphaned




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Projects                                        PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                           2004/05                  2005/06                2006/07
LPAC Committee             12 LAPC Committees    Running Of The 12         Running Of The 12
(Workshops and             Established 12 L-PAC  LAPC Committees 12        LAPC Committees         Formatted
research)                  Committees (10        L-PAC Committees
                           committees per area)  (10 committees per
                                                 area)
Counselling sessions       5 sessions per client 5 sessions per client     5 sessions per          Formatted
e.g. trauma debriefing     (10 per area)         (10 per area)             client (10 per area)
perpretor programme
in partnership with
Government Depts,
NGO and CBO
Arts & Culture             50 children per area     50 children per area   50 children per         Formatted
                                                                           area
After Care Centre for      Building of after care                                                  Formatted
vulnerable children        center and furniture                                                    Formatted
Youth Development
Youth Month                3200 youth involved      3200 youth involved    3200 youth              Formatted
Campaign                   in substance abuse       in substance abuse     involved in
                           and crime prevention     and crime prevention   substance abuse
                           (100 per ward) 3000      (100 per ward) 3 000   and crime
                           Youth Informed On        Youth Counseled On     prevention (100
                           Substance Abuse          Substance Abuse        per ward) 30 Peer
                                                                           Counselors Trained

Coordination of Youth      32 Youth Forums          32 Youth Forums        32 Youth Forums
Seminars & workshops
on topics Coordination
Of Youth Forum

Technical Skills           320 trained youth in     320 trained youth in   320 trained youth       Formatted
DevelopmentAnd Life        technical skills         technical skills       in technical skills     Formatted
Skills Training For The    320 youth attended       320 youth attended     320 youth attended      Formatted
Youth                      supplementary    for     supplementary    for   supplementary for       Formatted
                           grd 12                   grd 12                 grd 12
                                                                                                   Formatted
                           320 youth trained in     320 youth trained in   320 youth trained
                                                                                                   Formatted
                           arts and craft 100       arts and craft 100     in arts and craft
                           Youth Trained            Youth Trained          100 Youth Trained       Formatted

Youth camp (life skills)   320 trained              320 trained            320 trained             Formatted
                                                                                                   Formatted
Youth involved in          1600 youth    (50 per 1600 youth       (50 per 1600 youth         (50
project work               ward)                 ward)                    per ward)                Formatted

Care For The Aged                                                                                  Formatted
                                                                                                   Formatted
Craft Work For The         160 trained aged (5      160 trained aged (5    160 trained aged (5     Formatted
Aged                       per ward) 26 Elders      per ward) 26 Elders    per ward) 26 Elders     Formatted
                           Trained On Craftwork     Trained                Trained
                                                                                                   Formatted
                           To Complement
                           Pension Grant




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Projects                                       PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                         2004/05                    2005/06                   2006/07
Luncheon Clubs For       4 Clubs Developed          4 Clubs Developed         4 Clubs Developed
The Aged
Soup Kitchens For The    Soup    kitchen per        Soup kitchen per          Soup kitchen per        Formatted
Aged                     area      10    000        area 10 000               area 10 000
                         Pensioners Reached         Pensioners Reached        Pensioners Reached
                         Per Month During           Per Month During          Per Month During
                         Pension Pay Out            Pension Pay Out           Pension Pay Out

Disability                                                                                            Formatted

Awareness in Kagiso      All ward committee 20% of youth leaders              All principals in the   Formatted
                         members reached    reached                           area reached

Awareness in Lusaka      All ward    committee      20% of youth leaders      All principals in the   Formatted
                         members    reached         reached                   area reached
Awareness in KDP,        All ward    committee      20% of youth leaders      All principals in the
Rural areas              members    reached         reached                   area reached            Formatted

Disability Forum         Coordinate                 Coordinate                Coordinate              Formatted
                         organizations         of organizations of            organizations of
                         disabled in MC.            disabled in MC.           disabled in MC.
Interdirectorate Forum   Coordinate                 Coordinate                Coordinate              Formatted
                         directorates disability    directorates disability   directorates
                         projects                   projects                  disability projects
International day of     Attendance of 300          Attendance of 400         Attendance of 1000      Formatted
the disabled             disabled persons           disabled persons          disabled persons




Health Services

Construction Of          1 Primary Health           Improved Access To        Improved Access
Clinics For Primary      Clinic In Tarlton          Primary Health Care       To Primary Health
Health Care                                         In Tarlton                Care In Tarlton
                         1 Primary Health           Improved Access To        Improved Access
                         Care Clinic In             Primary Heath Care        To Primary Heath
                         Rietvallei                 In Rietvallei             Care In Rietvallei
                         1 Mobile Clinic For        Improved Access To        Improved Access
                         Vlakplaats                 Primary Health Care       To Primary Health
                                                    Service In Vlakplaats     Care Service In
                                                                              Vlakplaats

                         1 Mobile Clinic For        Improved Access To        Improved Access
                         Rietfontein                Primary Health Care       To Primary Health
                                                    Service In Vlakplaats     Care Service In
                                                                              Rietfontein




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Projects                                         PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                          2004/05                     2005/06                  2006/07
                          1 HIAV/AIDS Haven           Improved Access To       Improved Access
                          In Mogale City              Primary Health Care      To Primary Health
                                                      Service For HIV          Care Service For
                                                      People                   HIV People
Purchase Of               All Clinics Are Well        All Clinics Are Well     All Clinics Are Well
Equipment                 Equipped                    Equipped                 Equipped



Air Quality Monitoring    Station Established                              Air Quality
                                                      Air Quality Monitoring
Station                   And Operational             Records/ And Reports Monitoring Records
                                                      Readings and         / Readings and
                                                      Corrective measures  Corrective
                                                      undertaken           measures
                                                                           undertaken And
                                                                           Reports
Health Communication      3 000 Households            3500      Households 3 500 Households
Campaign                  Reached In Letsema          Reached In Letsema   Reached In
                                                                           Letsema

World AIDS Day            5000 Youth Reached          5000 Youth Reached       5000 Youth
                          During World AIDS           World During AIDS        Reached During
                          Day 1 December              Day 1 December           World AIDS Day 1
                          2004                        2005                     December 2006



Management of the         Documented                  Developed Standards      Developed
HIV/AIDS programme        HIV/AIDS                    Monitored &              Standards
                          Management                  Sustained;               Monitored &
                          Standard Developed          Improvements             Sustained;
                          & the                       initiated where          Improvements
                          Implementation Plan         applicable.              initiated where
                          to address gaps.                                     applicable.
Establishment of Clinic   8 Clinic Health             8 Clinic Health          8 Clinic Health
Committees                Committees                  Committees               Committees
(Governance)              Established                 Functioning              Functioning
Health Information        Health Information          Health Information
Management                Management System           Management System
                          For Mogale City             For Mogale City
Sports, Recreation,
& Libraries




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Projects                                   PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                     2004/05                    2005/06                  2006/07
Upgrading Of Sport   Kagiso Sport               Phase 2 consisting of    Phase 3 with
Facilities           Complex                    standardised 400m        fencing and
                     Phase 1 completed          Athletic grass tract     installation of
                     and consisted of           with proper drainage     floodlights to
                     construction of            which will include       accommodate night
                     clubhouse ablution         soccer field and         games.
                     with home and away         pavilions and will
                     teams change rooms         have standardised        Construction of
                     with public toilets,       fence to allow only      Bowling green.
                     office, tuck shop and      Officials and players    Construction of an
                     caretakers room and        in the field of play     academy by
                     electric power             and bar spectators       Provincial
                     installation.              from entering the        Government.
                                                field of play
                     Kagiso Sport
                     Complex


                     Kagiso Extension 13
                     Sports Complex             Phase 2 consisting of    Phase 3 will consist
                                                standardised athletics   of floodlights,
                     Phase 1 completed          track with soccer        pavilions and extra
                     and consisted of           field, an erection of    practice fields
                     ablution block with        fencing around the
                     toilets and change         complex, construction
                     rooms for both males       of caretaker’s house,
                     and females. The           combo courts and
                     complex is not             public toilets will be
                     handed over to             done in the new year.
                     Council, awaiting
                     Electrical connection
                     from Eskom. Director
                     to seek funds for
                     electric installation to
                     building
                     Lusaka Sport
                     Complex




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Projects                      PERFORMANCE TARGETS
           2004/05                 2005/06                   2006/07
           Lusaka Sport
           Complex
                                   Phase 2 applied for       Phase 3 will include
           Phase 1 completed       and approved. It will     perimeter fence
           and consists of         consist of two extra      around the entire
           ablution block with     fields that will          complex, with
           public and change       accommodate Soccer,       parking bays and
           rooms for both males    Athletics and Rugby,      turnstile gates.
           and females.            construction of
           Office with             Cricket pitch, combo
           boardroom and           courts
           storeroom, grassed      accommodating
           soccer field that       Netball, Basketball,
           accommodates            Volleyball and
           athletics track. 2      Handball, Sitting
           extra soccer fields     Pavilions and
           not grassed, with       Floodlights.
           uneven Cricket
           pitch.Muldersdrift
           Sport Complex
           Rietvallei 2 & 3
           sports complex

           Phase 1 completed       Phase 2 will consist of   Phase 3 will be the    Formatted
           and consists of a       grassed football field,   additional fields to   Formatted
           Community               with ablution block       accommodate            Formatted
           Recreation Hall, with   consisting of both        Rugby, Cricket and
           public toilets, tuck    public and change         Floodlights.
           shop, caretaker’s       rooms to
           room and office.        accommodate home
                                   and away teams.
                                   Combo courts for
                                   Netball, Volleyball,
                                   Basketball and
                                   Handball




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Projects                        PERFORMANCE TARGETS
           2004/05                   2005/06                   2006/07
           Munsieville Sports
           complex

           Phase 1 completed         Phase 2 will consist of   Phase 3 will be an
           and consists of           extension of ablution     application for
           ablution block            building to include       more sporting fields
           consisting of change      upstairs to include
           rooms, public toilets,    VIP rooms,
           office with kitchen       Caretakers room
           and tuck shop,            floodlights, Lapa and
           storeroom used as         pavilions
           caretakers room,
           grassed football field
           with tennis courts,
           netball, basketball
           and volleyball.
           Fencing of wall
           around the entire
           facility with entrance
           gates.

           Muldersdrift Sport                                                         Formatted
           Complex

           Phase 1 completed         Phase 3 will consist of                          Formatted
           and consists of open      pavilions and                                    Formatted
           soccer field with         floodlights, with                                Formatted
           fencing. Phase 2 is       additional sports
           on and consists of        fields..
           ablution block with
           public and change
           rooms for both
           males and females,
           caretaker’s room,
           office and lapa.
           Grassed soccer field
           with sitting
           embankment,
           construction of
           combo courts to
           accommodate
           Netball, Volleyball,
           Handball and Tennis.




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Projects                                    PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                       2004/05                   2005/06                  2006/07
                       Ga-Mogale sports
                       complex

                       Phase 1 completed.        Phase 2 to include       Phase 3 to include
                       It consisted of           pavilions, public        pavilions and
                       grassed soccer field      toilets for males and    floodlights.
                       with ablution block       females, Caretaker’s
                       consisting of             room, combi courts
                       changerooms for           to include Netball,
                       both home and away        Volleyball, Handball,
                       teams. Waiting for        Tennis and fencing
                       handing over from         around the entire
                       contractor after          complex.                                      Formatted
                       electrical installation
                       by Eskom.                                                               Formatted
                       Bob Van Reenen and         Application for
                       Jan Lotz Stadium          funding: additional                           Formatted
                                                 pavilions, upgrading
                                                 of kombi courts
                                                 surface and fencing
                                                 and floodlight
                                                 upgrading                                     Formatted
                       Johanna Botha Park        Application for                               Formatted
                                                 upgrading of building,
                                                 fencing around the
                                                 stadium, caretaker’s
                                                 room and office
                                                 furniture and
                                                 maintenance
                                                 equipments                                    Formatted
                       Coronation                Application for
                       Swimming pool             funding to upgrade                            Formatted
                                                 the swimming pool                             Formatted
                       West Krugersdorp          Application for
                       Swimming pool             funding to upgrade                            Formatted
                                                 the Swimming pool                             Formatted
Literacy Enhancement   Kagiso Library                                                          Formatted
                       Building completed
                       Need to procure
                       furnitureMagaliesburg
                       Library
                       Muldersdrift &                                                          Formatted
                       Hekpoort Library two
                       new libraries were
                       completed as part of
                       the MPCC but no
                       furniture was
                       procured



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Projects                                  PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                    2004/05                    2005/06          2006/07
                    Lusaka Library                                        Formatted
                    extension phase 2.
                    2x study rooms will
                    be added to the
                    existing library
                    Magaliesburg Library
                    Library Orientation
                    2250 Learners And
                    90 Teachers




                    SA Library Week,
                    1350 Users
                    Participating

                    Readathon 1800
                    Users

                    Literacy Education;
                    Training Of 18
                    Facilitators

Multi-Purpose       Magaliesburg Multi-
Community Centres   Purpose Community
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Rural Development and Tourism
KEY PROJECTS              PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                          2004/05                   2005/06                   2006/07
Heritage Resources Management

Heritage conservancy      80% of Mogale             90% of Mogale citizens    100% of Mogale
                          citizens involved         involved                  citizens involved
Upgrading and             10% of identified         30% of identified sites   50% of identified
maintenance of            sites upgraded            upgraded                  sites upgraded
heritage sites
Heritage and historical   50% of the sites          70% of the sites          90% of the sites
sites signage’s and       covered                   covered                   covered
plagues
Upgrading of the          40% of the                60% of the workscope      60% of the
museum                    workscope                 completed                 workscope
                          completed                                           completed
Tourism
Development of            One route and             Hosting heritage day      Hosting heritage
heritage and cultural     precinct developed        celebrations              day celebrations
routes and precincts

Erection of tourism       50% of facilities         70% of facilities have    90% of facilities
signage                   have signage              signage                   have signage

Tourism promotion         Integrated brochure       Continues                 Continues
                          developed and             maintenance of the        maintenance of
                          tourism website           website                   the website
                          upgraded
Promotion of              5 MICE projects           5 MICE projects           5 MICE projects
Meetings, Incentives,     supported                 supported                 supported
Conferences and
Events
Arts and Culture Promotion
Local arts and culture 30% support to all       50% support to all            80% support to all
development            forms of arts and        forms of arts and             forms of arts and
                       culture                  culture                       culture
Investigation &        No. of Feasibility       No. of                        No. of
Development of the     studies conducted        Recommendations               beneficiaries
arts and culture                                Implemented
industries
Visual art and ceramic 4 workshops              4 workshops conducted         4 workshops
design workshops       conducted                                              conducted
Gallery exhibitions    6 exhibitions            6 exhibitions                 6 exhibitions

Travelling exhibitions    4 traveling           4 traveling exhibitions       traveling
                          exhibitions           arranged and staged           exhibitions
                          arranged and                                        arranged and
                          staged                                              staged



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KEY PROJECTS               PERFORMANCE TARGETS                                                 Formatted

                           2004/05                   2005/06              2006/07

Rural Development

Establishment of Legal     Legal    aid    centres
Aid Clinics in the rural   function effectively
Areas of Mogale City

Land acquisition           60 ha acquired
Establishment of           4Township                 Ongoing support      Ongoing support
sustainable rural          establishment             and development      and development of
settlements in Mogale      applications approved     of the settlements   the settlements
City
Purchase of Carmel         80 % of the           Ongoing                  Ongoing
Estate                     productivity of the
                           estate maintained
Development of land        100 % of the land put Ongoing                  Ongoing
purchased in rural         in effective use
areas
Revitalisation of        50 % of the land            70 % of the land 90 % of the land
Tswelopele and           portions put into           portions put into portions put into
Vlakdrift (Tarlton) Land productive use              productive use    productive use
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Public Safety

KEY             PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS        2004/05                    2005/06                  2006/07
Improving
institutional
capacity to
ensure public
safety

Establishing    MCMPD is successfully      5 Additional Officers    15 Additional Officers
municipal       launched                   Appointed.               Appointed.
Police          Gazetting of                                                   Increase in
Department      Establishment of                                    satisfaction levels of
                Municipal Police           Increase in              policing service and
                MCMPD launched in the      satisfaction levels of   feelings of safety
                media on         1         policing service and
                September 2004             feelings of safety       2nd Anniversary
                37 Additional personnel                    1st      celebration
                appointed                  Anniversary
                Vehicles procured          celebration
                firearms procured
                portable radios procured
                % Increase in
                operational law
                enforcement personnel
                % Increase in citations
                issued or arrests
                % Decrease in reporting
                statistics for specific
                crime types
                % Increase in
                satisfaction levels of
                policing service and
                feelings of safety




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KEY             PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS        2004/05                   2005/06                  2006/07
Establishment   Fully functioning         Fully functioning        Fully functioning
of municipal    dedicated municipal       dedicated municipal      dedicated municipal
court           court                     court                    court
                Prosecutor appointed      Additional Prosecutors   Prosecutor appointed
                Infrastructure in place   appointed                Infrastructure in
                Magistrate salary         Additional Magistrate    place
                allocated                 salary appointed         Magistrate salary
                Productivity              Productivity             allocated
                50% Increase overall in   70% Increase overall     Productivity
                successful prosecutions   in successful            95% Increase overall
                % Increase in multi-      prosecutions             in successful
                sectoral By-Law           90% Increase in          prosecutions
                prosecutions              multi-sectoral By-Law    95% Increase in
                                          prosecutions             multi-sectoral By-Law
                                                                   prosecutions




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KEY            PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS       2004/05                      2005/06                    2006/07
Safer Cities   Safer Cities Coordinator     International meeting          Projects
Project        appointed                    of Safer Cities            implemented: MCCI
               Strategy developed and       Initiatives held in        Partnership
               approved                     Mogale City         Full   Victim Support
               Safety audit conducted       rollout of strategy        Services      Safer
               20 Stakeholder               Projects                   Cities empowerment
               consultation sessions        implemented: Women         initiatives/Various
               held (UNHABITAT, ICPC,       Empowerment                community centres
               IFUP, Youth Commission       Youth Empowerment          Crime Prevention
               NGOs and CBOs)               CPFs and Ward              through
               Safer Cities Coalition       Committees                 environmental design
               established and                                         (CSIR, Town Planning
               launched                                                etc)
               Implementation of Social                                Public Participation
               crime prevention                                        (Work shops)
               projects.
               Victim Empowerment
               project approved and
               functional
               · Youth Empowerment
               project approved and
               functional
               · Diversion project
               approved and functional
               · CPTED project
               approved and functional
               ·. Project for the support
               of CPFs and CSFs
               approved and functional
               Youth Empowerment
               (2400 Youth trained at
               public safety self
               defence academy)




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KEY           PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS      2004/05                   2005/06                 2006/07
Road safety   Law Enforcement           Law Enforcement         Law Enforcement
campaigns     52 Road blocks executed   100 Road blocks         150 Road blocks
              % increase in citations   executed                executed
              issued                    % increase in           % increase in
              % increase in arrests     citations issued        citations issued
              made               %      % increase in arrests   % increase in arrests
              increase in successful    made                    made
              prosecutions              % increase in           % increase in
              Education                 successful              successful
              12 Education sessions     prosecutions            prosecutions
              conducted         6000    Education               Education
              Motorists reached         24 Education sessions   36 Education sessions
              12 Workshops/seminars     conducted               conducted
              conducted                 24 000 Motorists        36 000 Motorists
              1million various          reached                 reached
              Publications produced     12                      12
              and distributed           Workshops/seminars      Workshops/seminars
                                        conducted               conducted
                                        1million various        1million various
                                        Publications produced   Publications produced
                                        and distributed         and distributed




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KEY            PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS       2004/05                    2005/06                  2006/07
Rural safety   Strategy developed and     Projects identified.     Projects evaluated
strategy       approved      Education    Project Plans            Education
               10 Stakeholder             documented and           12 Stakeholder
               Meetings/Workshops         costed.                  Meetings/Workshops
               held (SAPS, SANDF,         Memorandums of           held (SAPS, SANDF,
               CPFs, etc.)    10          understanding i.t.o.     CPFs, etc.)
               Training community         community                150 000 Information
               sessions held              partnerships formed      leaflets produced and
               Memorandums of             Education                distributed
               understanding i.t.o.       12 Stakeholder           20 Training
               community partnerships     Meetings/Workshops       community sessions
               formed                     held (SAPS, SANDF,       held
               Crime combatting           CPFs, etc.)              Crime combatting
               % Increase in citations    120 000 Information      % Increase in
               issued          %          leaflets produced and    citations issued
               Increase in arrests made   distributed              % Increase in arrests
               % Increase in              20 Training              made
               prosecutions               community sessions       % Increase in
               12 Law enforcement         held                     prosecutions
               operations (roadblocks)    Crime combatting         24 Law enforcement
               conducted                  % Increase in            operations
                                          citations issued         (roadblocks)
                                          % Increase in arrests    conducted
                                          made
                                          % Increase in
                                          prosecutions
                                          24 Law enforcement
                                          operations
                                          (roadblocks)
                                          conducted

Joint Taxi     100% Reduction in          100% Reduction in        100% Reduction in
operation      unroadworty vehicles       unroadworty vehicles     unroadworty vehicles
(Operation     & Increase in the          & Increase in the        & Increase in the
Lungisa)       number of roadworthy       number of roadworthy     number of
               vehicles                   vehicles                 roadworthy vehicles
               % decrease in Taxi         % decrease in Taxi       % decrease in Taxi
               related road accidents     related road accidents   related road
               % decrease in vehicle      % decrease in vehicle    accidents
               defect related accidents   defect related           % decrease in vehicle
               involving taxis            accidents involving      defect related
                                          taxis                    accidents involving
                                                                   taxis




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KEY              PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS         2004/05                      2005/06                 2006/07
Road safety      168 Children trained to      105 Children trained    70 Children trained to
training         operate scholar patrols      to operate scholar      operate scholar
(Scholar         24 Scholar patrol teams      patrols                 patrols
Patrols)         operational at schools       15 Scholar patrol       10 Scholar patrol
                 15 schools with              teams operational at    teams operational at
                 functional scholar patrols   schools                 schools
                                              15 schools with         10 schools with
                                              functional scholar      functional scholar
                                              patrols                 patrols

Tourist          Training programme for       100 Officers are        150 Officers are
ambassador       officers developed           trained as tourist      trained as tourist
training         50 Officers are trained      ambassadors             ambassadors
                 as tourist ambassadors.      60 Tourist              (Additional staff and
                 30 Tourist ambassadors       ambassadors are         refresher course) 90
                 are placed at key            placed at key           Tourist ambassadors
                 locations                    locations               are placed at key
                 Bench mark Perception        Perception study on     locations
                 study on tourist safety      tourist safety          Effectiveness of the
                 initiatives conducted        initiatives conducted   tourism intervention
                                                                      is evaluated

Safer schools    24 Schools visited for       48 Schools nominated    100 Schools
                 education purposes and       for education           nominated for
                 distribution of              purposes and            education purposes
                 educational material         distribution of         and distribution of
                 24 Identified schools        educational material    educational material
                 raided for weapons and       48 identified schools   100 identified schools
                 drugs amongst pupils         raided for concealed    raided for concealed
                                              weapons and drugs       weapons and drugs

Access control   80 Security officers         80 Security officers    80 Security officers
training         trained in respect of        trained in respect of   trained in respect of
                 access control               access control          access control and
                                              80 Refresher training   refresher courses as
                                              and advance training    well as additional
                                                                      training
Firearm          120 Officers Trained         140 Officers Trained    40 Officers Trained
training
Peace officers   20 Municipal Police          20 Mogale City          20 Mogale City
training         members trained              Council employees       Council employees
                                              trained                 trained




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KEY               PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS          2004/05                    2005/06                 2006/07
Crime             4 Road shows conducted     12 Road shows           24 Road shows
awareness         24 Print media             conducted               conducted
campaigns         publications               24 Print media          24 Print media
                  500 000 Brochures          publications            publications
                  produced and distributed   500 000 Brochures       500 000 Brochures
                  1000 000 Pamphlets         produced and            produced and
                  produced and distributed   distributed             distributed
                  10 000 T-shirts            1000 000 Pamphlets      1000 000 Pamphlets
                  5000 Posters               produced and            produced and
                  10 Banners                 distributed             distributed
                                             10 000 T-shirts         10 000 T-shirts
                                             5000 Posters            5000 Posters
                                             10 Banners              10 Banners

Execution of      3000 Warrants of arrest    3000 Warrants of        3000 Warrants of
Warrants of       finalized                  arrest finalized        arrest finalized
arrest and
outstanding
fines

City              Pilot project              30 Additional           30 Additional
surveillance      implemented                Cameras installed       Cameras installed
                  20 Cameras installed in    Increased capacity of   Increased capacity of
                  Mogale City CBD            Surveylance Centre      Surveylance Centre
                  Surveillance Centre
                  operational

Neighbourhood     Policy for neighbourhood   20 Neighborhood         30 Neighborhood
watch             watch programmes           Watch Programmes        Watch Programmes
                  produced                   supported               supported
                  10 Neighbourhood           20 Copies of Code of    40 Copies of Code of
                  Watch Programmes           Conduct distributed     Conduct distributed
                  supported                  10 000 Copies of        20 000 Copies of
                  Framework for              Emergency               Emergency
                  Constitution produced      information packs       information packs
                  Code of Conduct            distributed             distributed
                  produced and distributed
                  Emergency information
                  packs produced and
                  distributed

Anti corruption   Strategy Document          Strategy analysed,      Strategy evaluated
strategy          developed and approved     evaluated and refined   and refined
                  Strategy implemented




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KEY               PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS          2004/05                      2005/06                  2006/07
Regional          Secure operational           Maintain operational     Maintain operational
Policing          premises in Kagiso Mall      premises in Kagiso       premises in Kagiso
Sattellite        Secure operational           Mall                     Mall
Stations          premises in Hekpoort         Maintain operational     Maintain operational
                  Secure operational           premises in Hekpoort     premises in Hekpoort
                  premises in                  Maintain operational     Maintain operational
                  Magaliesburg                 premises in              premises in
                  Secure operation police      Magaliesburg             Magaliesburg
                  head office space            Maintain operation       Maintain operation
                                               police head office       police head office
                                               space                    space

Back to basics    Secure operational           Maintain operational     Maintain operational
(By-law           premises in Kagiso Mall      premises in Kagiso       premises in Kagiso
enforcement)      Secure operational           Mall                     Mall
                  premises in Hekpoort         Maintain operational     Maintain operational
                  Secure operational           premises in Hekpoort     premises in Hekpoort
                  premises in                  Maintain operational     Maintain operational
                  Magaliesburg                 premises in              premises in
                  Secure operation police      Magaliesburg             Magaliesburg
                  head office space            Maintain operation       Maintain operation
                                               police head office       police head office
                                               space                    space

Road traffic      50% Compliance to the        80% Compliance to        100% Compliance to
signs to comply   SADC Protocol on all         the SADC Protocol on     the SADC Protocol on
with SADC         road traffic signs           all road traffic signs   all road traffic signs
Protocol          800 Signs replaced           800 Signs replaced       800 Signs replaced
                  300 km Road markings         300 km Road              300 km Road
                  painted                      markings painted         markings painted

Purchase of       15 Vehicles purchased        15 Vehicles purchased    15 Vehicles
Vehicles          15 Vehicles branded and      15 Vehicles branded      purchased        15
                  fitted with radio and blue   and fitted with radio    Vehicles branded and
                  lights and sirens            and blue lights and      fitted with radio and
                                               sirens                   blue lights and sirens

Public/Passeng    Strategy Document            Strategy evaluated       Strategy evaluated
er Transport      developed and approved       and realigned            and realigned
Operations        Transport forum              Transport forum          Transport forum
                  established                  revitalised              revitalised
                  5000 citations issued        3000 citations issued    3000 citations issued
                  195 vehicles                 120 vehicles             80 vehicles
                  discontinued          12     discontinued             discontinued
                  Meetings held                12 Meetings held         12 Meetings held




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KEY         PERFORMANCE TARGETS
PROJECTS    2004/05                    2005/06                  2006/07
Regional    Operational premises in    Operational premises     Operational premises
Licensing   Kagiso Oerational          in Kagiso and            in Kagiso and
Satellite   premises in Key West       Magalies expanded to     Magalies expanded to
Stations    Operational premises in    provide motor license    provide motor license
            Magaliesburg               renewals                 renewals
            3 L-Grade examiners        Operational premises     Operational premises
            appointed                  in Kagiso and            in Kagiso and
            3 Cashiers appointed       magalies expanded to     magalies expanded to     Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
            3 Senior Clerks            provide driver's         provide driver's
            appointed                  license renewals         license renewals
            3 Satellite station        2 L-Grade examiners      2 L-Grade examiners
            personnel trained          appointed                appointed
            IT infrastructure          2 Cashiers appointed     2 Cashiers appointed
            installed                  4 Satellite station      4 Satellite station
            4 live scanning unit       personnel trained        personnel trained        Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
            acquired                   IT infrastructure        IT infrastructure
            10 560 Learners Licence    upgraded                 upgraded
            applications processed     15 840 Learners          15 840 Learners
            10 560 Learners Licence    License applications     License applications
            tests conducted            processed                processed
                                       15 840 Learners          15 840 Learners
                                       License tests            License tests
                                       conducted                conducted
                                       600 motor license        600 motor license
                                       renewals processed       renewals processed
                                       1450 driver license      1450 driver license
                                       renewals processed       renewals processed

Operation   Discontinued vehicles      Discontinued vehicles    Discontinued vehicles
follow-up   are investigated to        are investigated to      are investigated to
            ensure that they are not   ensure that they are     ensure that they are
            illegally re-registered    not illegally re-        not illegally re-
            and licensed               registered and           roadworthied
            investigation of fraud     licensed                 investigation of fraud
            and corruption with        investigation of fraud   and corruption with
            regards to discontinued    and corruption with      regards to
            vehicles                   regards to               discontinued vehicles
                                       discontinued vehicles




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Water and Sanitation

Projects                                      PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                          2004/05                 2005/06                2006/07
Upgrade Flip Human        Upgrade of aerators     Upgrade of aerators    Preventative
WCW                       to maintain 95%         & mixers to maintain   maintenance of
                          compliance with         95% compliance         aerators & mixers to
                          DWAF                    with DWAF 100%         maintain 95%
                                                  compliance             compliance with
                                                                         DWAF
                          Improved sludge
                          pumping system to
                          maintain 95%
                          compliance with
                          DWAF

                          Electrical lightning                           Electrical lightning
                          Protection devices      Electrical lightning   Protection devices
                          on all motor driven     Protection devices     on all motor driven
                          equipment 95%           on all motor driven    equipment
                          compliance              equipment              100% compliance
Upgrade Percy Stewart     Stabilize concrete      Increase wcw
WCW                       structures to           capacity, minimize
                          minimize pollution of   pollution of
                          environment             environment

                          Investigation &         Upgrade/replace        Upgrade/replace
                          monitoring report of    equipment to           equipment to
                          ground movement         maintain 95%           maintain 95%
                          95% compliance          compliance with        compliance with
                                                  DWAF 100%              DWAF 100%
                                                  compliance             compliance
Wastewater strategy for   Capacity evaluation,
Muldersdrift long term    impact study
plan
                                                2.5km reroute pipe
Re-route Flip Human       2.5 km reroute pipe
                                                and discharge point      DWAF commitment
Discharge Point           and discharge point
                                                DWAF commitment
Upgrade of pump                                 Electrical/mechanical    Electrical/mechanical
stations                  Electrical/mechanical refurbs and/or           refurbs and/or
                          refurbs and/or        replacements 100%        replacements
                          replacements          uninterrupted            100% uninterrupted
                                                service                  service




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Projects                                         PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                           2004/05                 2005/06               2006/07
Engineering building       Repairs to the roof   Repair and              Repair and             Formatted
maintenance                at Flip human wcw     maintenance to roof     maintenance to roof
                                                 and concrete            and concrete
                           DWS maintenance of structure                  structure
                           pump stations and                                                    Formatted
                           sub-stations (mech
                           & electr & roofs)
Reclamation and reuse      Building of breeding Create 15 jobs for       Selling of 200 kg      Formatted
of water                   tanks, cultivation of woman, selling of       fish/month
                           breeding fish,        200 kg fish/month,      (income), quality
                           quality compliance    quality compliance      compliance WMC
                           Create 15 jobs for    WMC (PPP), SMME)        (PPP), SMME)
                           woman, 200 kg                                                        Formatted
                           fish/month, F/H
                           based greenhouses,
                           WMC (PPP), SMME)
Construction of a          A building
building at Magaliesburg   subdivided to
WCW                        accommodate a
Extension of existing      control-, conference- Meet market             Meet market
laboratory water and       , store-, cloak room, demand                  demand
wastewater analysis to     maintenance,
include milk and food      kitchen

By-laws Up grade of        Implementation of
Laboratory                 compliance at
                           industries,             Increase capacity     Increase capacity
                           consultant fees

Review of Trade Effluent   Implementation of        Replacement after    Ongoing
Critical lab equipment     penalties for           life time expansion
                           industries,
                           consultant fees

LIMS System                                        Equipment, network    Equipment, network

                                                   Data and customer     Data management,
                           Data and customer
                                                   interface             consultant fees Data
                           interface
                                                   management (ISO),     management
                           management (ISO)
                                                   Consultant fees
                                                   Laboratory
                                                   management system
ISO Accreditation          Accredited - Water       Maintenance, audit    Maintenance, audit
                           Laboratory (SANS),      fees                  fees
                           consultant fees




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Projects                                             PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                              2004/05                  2005/06                 2006/07
Biogas                                                 PPP (Watergy)                     Formatted
                              PPP (Watergy)
                                                       utilize 2 WCW, 40%
                              utilize 2 WCW, 40%
                                                       reduced fuel cost,
                              reduced fuel cost,
                                                       consultant fees
                              consultant fees
                                                       Conversion of 50%
                              Conversion of 50%
                                                       of councils vehicles
                              of councils vehicles
Upgrade sludge disposal
- Flip Human                  Pipeline, installed at
                              6 ha lawn

                              Cultivation of instant   Cultivation,
                              lawn on 6 ha             harvesting of instant
                                                       lawn on 6 ha, SMME


Sludge handling
Magaliesburg                  Pump sludge to 1 ha
                              lawn area

                              Spray irrigation of 1
                              ha lawn

                              1 ha lawn, SMME,
                              income R 30 000 p/a

                              1 ha lawn, SMME,    1 ha lawn, SMME,
                              income R 30 000 p/a income R 30 000 p/a

                              Fencing in of instant    10 000 m of fencing
                              lawn                     for protection to
                                                       community

Rural Upgrade - Water         Provide services on
and Sanitation                demand within 4
                              weeks of request

Basic water facilities        6 kl Free basic water
                              to all households

Basic sanitation facilities   Basic sanitation to
                              all households




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Projects                                       PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                          2004/05                 2005/06           2006/07
Infrastructure            Upgrade of baseline
Development - Rural       audit to Master Plan,
areas                     and implementation
                          of services. Backlog
                          reduced by
                          20%/year

Development of Master
                          Water infrastructure
Plan
                          Sewer infrastructure
Noordheuwel/Rangeview     Noordheuwel             Noordheuwel
Infrastructure            Extensions              Extension 4
Sewer service             No. Of Sewer            100% compliance   100% compliance
connectionsISO            connections
Accreditation             Accredited - Water
                          Laboratory (SANS)
Water service             FBW, 700
connections               connections/a

Renewals - CBD and        Renew reticulation
Kagiso                    for 4000 erven /
                          annum

Water reticulation and
                          CBD and Munsieville
connections
Water reticulation and
                          Kagiso
connections
Reduce Unaccounted for    Reduce with 15% /3
water                     yrs

Vehicles and trucks       Enable delivery on
                          all DWS projects

Water Engineering         LDV 4X4 (2X) LDV        LDV 4X4 (2X)      Tipper 3tn (1x)
                          4X2 (2X) TLB (1X)                         crane truck 5tn (1x)

Wastewater Engineering    Cleaning machine,       LDV 4X2 (2X)      Tipper 3tn (1x) LDV
                          crane for truck,                          4X2 (2X)
                          water truck, panel
                          van (1x)

Scientific Services and   LDV 4X2 (2X) trailer    LDV 4X2 (2X)      LDV 4X2 (2X)
Wastewater Treatment      (1x) cranetruck (1x)

Computer hardware and     Computers, printers,
software (DWS)            software




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Projects                                        PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                          2004/05                  2005/06        2006/07
Mechanical and            Waterpumps,
Spesialized Equipment     generators, radios,
                          compactors, drills,
                          etc

                          Cutting machine,
                          grinders, feather
                          bags, radios, water
                          pumps, welding
                          mach, generators,
                          etc.

Refurbish Kenmare         Improve structure to
Sump                      ensure stability-
                          Safety

Unmetered Fire            Increase income,
Connections               reduce water losses

Renewal of Luipaard &     Service delivery,
Sanner str.               reduce UAW

Seal of Reservoirs        Reduce water
                          losses, Service
                          delivery

Pre-paid Water meters     Install 4000 /
                          annum

Management                Increase service
Information System        delivery, reduce
                          maintenance

Purchase of prepaid       All areas, increase
water meters              income, 6kl FBW

Release of retention      Sinqobile Phase 2

                          Sinqobile Phase 3

Fencing for pump          Pump stations (5x)
stations and reservoirs    Reservoirs (10x)

Alarm/monitoring          Pump stations (9x)
systems                   Reservoirs (10x)




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Projects                                        PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                           2004/05                 2005/06                2006/07
Policies, Procedures and   Update by-laws,
Plans                      tariffs, WSDP

Electronic Base of         Update & maintain
Technical drawings         electronic data

Training Excellence                                Facilitators,          Assessing,
Programme                                          Accesses, NQF 3-6      mentoring NQF 3-6
                           NQF 3-6 level (ww
                                                   level for ww           level to external ww
                           operations), 12
                                                   operations, 12         operations (income),
                           school groups per
                                                   school groups per      12 school groups per
                           annum
                                                   annum                  annum


ELECTRICITY

Projects          PERFORMANCE TARGETS                                                            Formatted

                  2004/05                 2005/06                   2006/07
Lighting of
streetlights
and public
areas
Streetlight on    5 km of street lights
Hendrik           (one side of the
Potgieter         road)
Streetlight on
                  3,5 km of street        3,5 km of street lights   3,5 km of street lights
the R28
                  lights (high mast in    (high mast in the         (high mast in the
Muldersdrift to
                  the median)             median)                   median)
Beyers Naude
Streetlights on
                  6 km of street lights
the K13 from                              6 km of street lights
                  (one side of the
Windsor Road                              (one side of the road)
                  road)
to K198
Streetlights on
the road          7,5 km of street
                                          7,5 km of street lights
between           lights (one side of
                                          (one side of the road)
magaliesburg      the road)
and Tarlton
Streetlights on   5,5 km of street        5,5 km of street lights
the Hekpoort      lights (one side of     (one side of the road)
road from         the road)
Oktree
crossing
Streetlights in   Street lights (one
                                          Street lights (one side   Street lights (one side of
Ga-Mohale 1       side of the road)
                                          of the road) phase 3      the road) phase 4
                  phase 2




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Projects          PERFORMANCE TARGETS                                                             Formatted

                  2004/05                  2005/06                   2006/07
                  Street lights (one
Streetlights in                            Street lights (one side   Street lights (one side of
                  side of the road)
Sinqobile                                  of the road) phase 2      the road) phase 3
                  phase 1,
Streetlights in   Street lights (one
Munsieville       side of the road) the
Phase 3           last phase
lighting of rural Area lighting in open    Area lighting in open     Area lighting in open
areas and open spaces and parks            spaces and parks          spaces and parks (phase
parks             (phase 1)                (phase 2)                 3)
Replacement of Street lights (on the       Street lights (on the
streetlights on   median of the road)      median of the road) the
Voortrekker &     the first                first refurbishment
Paardekraal       refurbishment phase      phase
Replacement of Street lights (one          Street lights (one side   Street lights (one side of
old streetlights side of the road) the     of the road) the first    the road) the first
in Krugersdorp first refurbishment         refurbishment phase       refurbishment phase
West,             phase
Burgershoop
Traffic light on  One three phase
the               traffic light
intersection of
Kagiso Drive &
K198
Traffic light on  One three phase
the               traffic light
intersection of
K13 & K198
Traffic Light on Three three phase
the entrances     traffic lights
to Munsieville
and inside
Upgrading of      First phase of traffic   Second phase of traffic   Third phase of traffic
traffic lights to lights refurbishment     lights refurbishment      lights refurbishment
meet
legislation
Addition to       As per community         As per community          As per community
existing traffic  demand                   demand                    demand
lights as
requested by
Public Safety
Replacing         Modern                   Modern synchronisable     Modern synchronisable
outdated          synchronisable           traffic lights            traffic lights
technology        traffic lights
traffic
controllers
Muldersdrift 33 33 kV Sub station in
kV Substation     Muldersdrift




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Projects          PERFORMANCE TARGETS                                                       Formatted

                  2004/05                 2005/06                  2006/07
33 kV             Electricity supply to
Transmission      the Substation
line to
Muldersdrift
Muldersdrift      Distribution 11kV
distribution      substations
Substations
Upgrade 33 kV     Security fence
Substation        around Substations
fencing
Alteration to     Replaced old oil
Chamdor &         cables with
Factoria 33 kV    transmission
substations       (aluminium) lines
Conversion of     Electricity meters      Electricity meters       Electricity meters
overhead wire     outside the             outside the properties   outside the properties
to cable          properties
Overhead          Bundle conductors       Bundle conductors        Bundle conductors
conductor to      instead of bare         instead of bare copper   instead of bare copper
bundle cable in   copper conductors       conductors               conductors
Krugersdorp
West,
Burgershoop
Munsieville       Pre payment
prepaid           meters.
conversion
Rangeview         Electrical networks     Electrical networks in   Electrical networks in
Electrical        in the area             the area                 the area
reticulation
Bulk supply to    Electrical networks
heritage          in the area
heights
11 Kv upgrade     Upgrading electrical
in Chancliff      networks in the area
Bulk supply to    Establishment of        Establishment of         Establishment of
Protea Dal        electrical networks     electrical networks in   electrical networks in
                  in the area             the area                 the area
Muldersdrift 33   33 kV Sub station in
Kv Substation     Muldersdrift
Bulk supply to    Upgrading electrical
Blouberg          networks in the area
Developments
Electrical        Upgrading electrical    Upgrading electrical     Upgrading electrical
distribution      networks in the area    networks in the area     networks in the area
supplies for
Oatlands
holdings




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Projects         PERFORMANCE TARGETS                                                      Formatted

                 2004/05                2005/06                  2006/07
Conversion of    Upgrading electrical   Upgrading electrical     Upgrading electrical
6,6 kV to 11     networks in the area   networks in the area     networks in the area
kV network
Refurbishment    Maintaining of old     Maintaining of old       Maintaining of old
of substations   electrical networks    electrical networks in   electrical networks in
older than 50    in the area            the area                 the area
years




ROADS
Projects                PERFORMANCE TARGETS                                               Formatted

                        2004/05                   2005/06             2006/07
Kagiso road backlog     6,3 km                    6,3 km              6,3 km

Lusaka road backlog     8,3 km                    8,3 km              8,3 km
Agricultural holdings   5,8 km                    5,8 km              5,8 km
road backlog
Magaliesburg road       5,0 km                    5,0 km              5,0 km
backlog
Kerbing and sidewalk    4,0 km                    4,0 km              4,0 km
backlog
Commuter transport      Number                    Number              Number
and taxi facilities
Speed calming           As per community          As per community    As per community
measures and armco      demand                    demand              Demand
barriers
Stormwater              Evaluation                Number              Number
infrastructure Mogale
City (sms)
Surveyor vehicle and    Procurement
equipment
Electronic plan and     Replacement
recording system




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Building and Maintenance

Projects              Performance Targets                                     Formatted
                      2004/05             2005/06                   2006/07
Renovations Of        Painting,
Kagiso Sports         Waterproofing, New
Complex               Ceiling Etc
                      Painting,
Renovations Of        Waterproofing, New
Munsieville Sports    Ceiling, Doors And
Complex               Burglar Proofing
                      New Flooring,
                      Sealing Of Roofs,
                      Ceiling Painting,
Renovations Of        Renovations Of
Kagiso Hall           Ablution Block Etc
                      Painting, Of
Renovations Of        Ablution Block Etc,
Centenary Hall        Repair Ceiling And
                      Waterproofing
Replacement Of        New Carpets
Infrastructure
Management
Carpets
                      Waterproofing Of
 Jacksmiet
                      Roofs, Painting Of
Building-
                      Walls, Ceiling, Tiles
Renovations
                      Etc
Waterproofing Of      Waterproofing Of
Jack Cotton Homes     Roofs
Waterproofing Of      Waterproofing Of
Old Age Home          Roofs
Renovations Of        Painting, New
Kagiso Swimming       Ceiling
Pool
                      New Lights,
                      Painting, Repair
Bob Van Reenen -      Plaster,
Installation Of New   Waterproofing Of
Lights And            Roofs, R Repaint Of
Renovations           Steel Chairs
Traffic Department                            Varnish Windows,
Repair Of Windows                             New Burglar
And New Burglar                               Proofing
Proofing
                                              Waterproofing Of
                                              Roofs, Painting Of
                                              Walls, New Ceiling,
                                              Palisade Fencing,
Central Library-                              New Burglar
Renovations                                   Proofing


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Projects              Performance Targets                                                 Formatted
                      2004/05           2005/06                 2006/07
                                        Waterproofing Of
                                        Roofs, Painting Of
                                        Walls, New Ceiling,
                                        Palisade Fencing,
Azaadville Library-                     Ablution Block,
Renovations                             Signage Board
                                        Internal And
                                        External Painting,
Renovations Of                          Roofs, Etc
Kagiso Clinic 1,2
And Ext 12
                                         Waterproofing Of
Renovations Of                           Roofs, Painting Of
Munsieville Clinics                      Walls, CelingCeiling
And Offices                              Etc
Renovations-Civil                        Renovate Kitchen,
Maintenance                              Ablution Block,
Workshop(Chamdor                         Offices Roofs Etc
Yard)
                                         Painting, New
                                         Ramp, Paraplegic
                                         Toilets,
Renovation Of                            Maintenance Of
Azaadville Clinic                        Roofs
Renovations-                             Painting, Roofs Etc
Rietvallei Clinic
Renovations - Jan                        Painting, Floors,
Maree Clinic                             Roofs
                                         Varnish Floors,
                                         Painting, Ceiling,
Renovations Paul                         Ramp, Paraplegic
Kruger Kall                              Toilets
Krugersdorp                                                     Revamp Swimming Pool,
Swimming Pool-                                                  Painting,NewPainting,
Upgrading And                                                   New Doors, Ablution
Renovations                                                     Block, New Roller Doors
                                                                Maintenance Of Roofs,
Dr Nelson Mandela                                               Painting, Fire
Community Centre                                                Extinguishers
                                                                Painting Of Walls, New
                                                                Ramp, New Paraplegic
Renovations                                                     Toilets, Maintenance Of
Magalies Library                                                Roofs
                                                                Painting Of Walls, New
                                                                Ramp, New Paraplegic
Munsieville                                                     Toilets, Maintenance Of
Comminity Hall                                                  Roofs
                                                                Painting, Waterproofing
Muldersdrift Houses                                             Of Roofs,



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Projects             Performance Targets                                                Formatted
                     2004/05           2005/06             2006/07
                                                           SecutitySecurity Gates
                                                           Etc
Renovations Of                                             Painting Of Windows,
Burgershoop                                                Walls Etc
Community Centre
                                                           Painting Of Walls,
Azaadville                                                 Paraplegic Toilets, New
Swimming Polls                                             Ramp
Renovations Of
Kagiso Library
                                                           Waterproofing Of Roofs,
                                                           Painting Of Walls, New
Azaadville                                                 Ceiling, Palisade Fencing,
Community Hall-                                            Ablution Block, Signage
Renovations                                                Board
                                                           Waterproofing Of Roofs,
                                                           Painting Of Walls, New
Jubileum Hall-                                             Ceiling, Ablution Block,
Lewisham                                                   Signage Board




Fleet Management

Projects             Performance Targets                                                Formatted
                     2004/05           2005/06             2006/07
Fleet Management     100% June 2005
System                                 100%
Workshop             100% June 2005
Management
System
Tracking System      30 Vehicles        50 Vehicles        50 Vehicles
Replace Vehicles     25% Entire Fleet   25% Fleet          25% Fleet
Renovate             100% Utilised
Workshop                                Maintenance
Purchase Tools       100% Utilised      100% Utilised      100% Procurement
Parking Area For     Parking For 30
Completed            Vehicles
Vehicles And Staff                      Park 30 Vehicles




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Rural Development & Tourism




Public Safety




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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: 32 ECONOMIC VITALITY


                          PERFORMANCE TARGETS
KEY PROJECTS
                          2004/05                  2005/06                   2006/7

LED Strategy              Increased Business        Increased Business        Increased
                          start-ups, business      start-ups, business       Business start-
                          growth and retention.    growth and retention.     ups, business
                          Targeted enterprise      Targeted enterprise       growth and
                          development              development               retention.
                                                                             Targeted
                                                                             enterprise
                                                                             development

Business Development      Increase in              Increase in                Increase in
& investor attraction     investment and           investment and            investment and
strategy                  business development     business development      business
                          in Mogale City           in Mogale City            development in
                                                                             Mogale City
Update Business Profile   Mogale City Business     Mogale City Business      Mogale City
of MCLM                   Profile Report           Profile Report            Business Profile
                                                                             Report
Business Development      200 SMMEs assisted       300 SMMEsSMME             400
Support Services          to start, grow and       assisted to start, grow   SMMEsSMME
                          sustain their            and sustain their         assisted to
                          businesses; 500 jobs     businesses; 600 jobs      start, grow and
                          created. 3 co-           created                   sustain their
                          operatives                                         businesses;
                          established. 10                                    700 jobs
                          Businesses                                         created
                          information platforms

Skills Development and                             300 SMMEsSMME             400
Training                  500 youth and            assisted to start, grow   SMMEsSMME
                          indigents trained        and sustain their         assisted to
                                                   businesses; 600 jobs      start, grow and
                                                   created                   sustain their



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                          PERFORMANCE TARGETS
KEY PROJECTS
                          2004/05                   2005/06                  2006/7

                                                                             businesses;
                                                                             700 jobs
                                                                             created
SMME infrastructure       2 SMME infrastructure     R4 million               R500 000
development               developed

Trade, Investment and     2 export awareness        2 export awareness       2 export
market development        courses; 20               courses; 20              awareness
                          SMMEsSMME trained.        SMMEsSMME trained        courses; 20
                          A record of SMME                                   SMMEsSMME
                          products and                                       trained
                          services marketed
SMME development          Documented SMME           Ongoing                  Ongoing
strategy                  development Strategy      implementation and       implementation
                                                    review of the SMME       and review of
                                                    development strategy     the SMME
                                                                             development
                                                                             strategy

SMME database             Electronic SMME           Electronic SMME          Electronic
                          database                  database                 SMME database

SMME finance              20 SMMEsSMME              40 SMMEsSMME             60
guarantee fund            access business loans.    access business loans    SMMEsSMME
                                                    through a retail         access business
                                                    finance intermediary.    loans through a
                                                                             retail finance
                                                                             intermediary

Compilation of Precinct   Precinct plans and         Precinct plans and       Precinct plans
Plans & MCLM Land Use     land use management       land use management      and land use
Management System         system to guide and       system to guide and      management
(town Planning            manage development        manage development       system to guide
Scheme)                   and land uses             and land uses            and manage
                                                                             development
                                                                             and land uses

Urban edge                Delineate urban edge      Revision of SDF           Delineate
                          in consultation with      compilation local area   urban edge in
                          the province re-          plans                    consultation
                          delineate and                                      with the
                          designate new edges                                province re-
                          in                                                 delineate and
                          consultation with                                  designate new
                          bordering                                          edges in
                          municipalities, Jo'burg                            consultation



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                         PERFORMANCE TARGETS
KEY PROJECTS
                         2004/05                   2005/06                  2006/7

                         & Tswane                                           with bordering
                                                                            municipalities,
                                                                            Jo'burg &
                                                                            Tswane


CBD Urban Renewal        Policy that will          Urban regeneration       Implementation
                         encourage                 and upgrade of the       of policy to
                         investments in the        CBD area                 attract
                         CBD                                                investors

Revitalization K13/      To establish an           Appropriate business     Negotiate the
land use/SMME of mine    environment               plans to attract         clearance of
land (hospitality        conducive to              investment               mining land to
industry and related     investment and public                              be
uses                     health                                             environmentally
                                                                            acceptable &
                                                                            formulate
                                                                            strategy to
                                                                            attract
                                                                            investment
Establish high tech      R 28 high tech            Precinct plan & nodal    Address
industries along R28     development corridor      development plan         integration and
(Muldersdrift area)                                                         create a tax
                                                                            base for
                                                                            dormitory
                                                                            townships

GIS                      Updating and              maintenance and          maintenance
                         integration of all        further development      and further
                         design                    of the GIS               development of
                         programs/directorates                              the GIS
                         aerial photographs
Digitising of building   Put in place              digitising of building   digitising of
plans                    infrastructure to         plans                    building plans
                         enable the
                         modernization of the
                         system finalize the
                         training of personnel




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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: 43 ENVIRONMENTAL STABILITY

PROJECTS                  PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                          2004/05               2005/06              2006/07
Parks Development
& Cemeteries
Parks                     Development of one    Upgrading of         Upgrading of park
DevelopmentDevelopment    regional park in      existing parks       facilities &
of new parks for Mogale   Kagiso ext 1. Urban   facilities in        Development of
City                      Greening. Creation    Rietvallei and       Regional Park -
                          of 25 temporary       rehabilitation of    MunsievilleDevelopment
                          jobs. Preferential    urban reverine       of a regional park in
                          procurement from      areas – Kagiso       Munsieville. Creation of
                          SMME's.1 new parks    8Development of      25 temporary jobs.
                          (Hekpoort)            a regional park in   Preferential
                          4 upgraded parks      Kagiso ext. 8.       procurement from
                              Magaliesburg     Urban Greening.      SMME's.
                              Kagiso           Creation of 25
                              Lusaka           temporary jobs.
                               Munsieville     Preferential
                                                procurement
                                                from SMME's.




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PROJECTS                     PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                             2004/05                2005/06             2006/07
Improvement and              Kagiso Cemetery        Road network        Improvement of Kagiso
upgrading of facilities in   Roads,                 Area. Lightning     CemeteryRoads,
cemeteries                   communication syst,    Landscaping         concrete paths, grave
                             concrete paths,        grave # telecom     numbers, new sections,
Kagiso Cemetery              grave numbers, new     connection foot     trees, landscaping,
                             sections, trees,       paths Roads,        create 18 permanent
                             laptop computer,       concrete paths,     jobs, Second Ablution
                             ablution block,        grave numbers,      Facility, SMME
                             landscaping, Create    new sections,       empowerment.
                             18 permanent jobs,     trees,
                             SMME                   landscaping,
                             empowerment.           create 18
                                                    permanent jobs,
                                                    SMME
                                                    empowerment.
Sterkfontein Cemetery        Road network,          Road network,       Road network, grave
                             grave numbers,         grave numbers,      numbers, foot paths,
                             complete fence, foot   foot paths, new     new section, trees,
                             paths, new section,    section, trees,     create 15 permanent
                             trees, create 15       create 15           jobs, SMME
                             permanent jobs,        permanent jobs,     empowermentOngoing
                             SMME                   SMME                Improvement of
                             empowerment            empowerment         Sterkfontein cemetery
                             Fence Completion;      Ongoing
                             Road network;          Improvement of
                             concrete grave #;      Sterkfontein
                             Foot paths;            cemetery
                             landscaping
Muldersdrift Cemetery        Road network,          Road network,       Road network, fencing,
                             fencing, grave         fencing, grave      grave numbers,
                             numbers,               numbers,            landscaping, create 8
                             landscaping,           landscaping,        permanent jobs, SMME
                             ablution block,        create 8            empowerment
                             create 8 permanent     permanent jobs,     Extended infrastructure
                             jobs, SMME             SMME                to provide for growth
                             empowerment Road       empowerment         (ongoing)
                             network; fencing;      Extended
                             concrete grave #;      infrastructure to
                             landscaping ablution   provide for
                             block; new section     growth (ongoing)
                             layout plans




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PROJECTS                PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                        2004/05                2005/06              2006/07
Hekpoort New Cemetery   New cemetery -         Road network,        Road network, fencing,
Hekpoort                Road network;          fencing,             gravenumbers,
                        fencing; concrete      gravenumbers,        landscaping, create 8
                        grave #;               landscaping,         permanent jobs, SMME
                        landscaping ablution   create 8             empowerment
                        block; new section     permanent jobs,      Extended infrastructure
                        layout plans Road      SMME                 to provide for growth
                        network, fencing,      empowerment
                        gravenumbers,          Extended
                        landscaping,           infrastructure to
                        ablution block,        provide for
                        create 8 permanent     growth
                        jobs, SMME
Talton New Cemetery     Road network,          Road network,        Road network, fencing,
Talton                  fencing,               fencing,             gravenumbers,
                        gravenumbers,          gravenumbers,        landscaping, ablution
                        landscaping,           landscaping,         block, create 8
                        ablution block,        ablution block,      permanent jobs, SMME
                        create 8 permanent     create 8             empowerment
                        jobs, SMME             permanent jobs,      Extended infrastructure
                        empowerment New        SMME                 to provide for growth
                        cemetery - Road        empowerment
                        network; fencing;      Extended
                        concrete grave #;      infrastructure to
                        landscaping ablution   provide for
                        block; new section     growth
                        layout plans
Food gardens            Six greenhouses,       Six greenhouses,     Six greenhouses,
                        irrigation systems     irrigation systems   irrigation systems and
                        and water supply,      and water supply,    water supply, seeds
                        seeds and              seeds and            and seedlings, food
                        seedlings, food        seedlings, food      security, poverty
                        security, poverty      security, poverty    alleviation for 70
                        alleviation for 50     alleviation for 60   households, addressing
                        households,            households,          malnutrition New and
                        addressing             addressing           extended food gardens
                        malnutrition New       malnutrition         (6 additional)
                        and extended food      New and
                        gardens projects (6)   extended food
                        structures (incl.      gardens (6
                        Irrigation & tools)    additional)
                        Muldersdrift
                        Hekpoort
                        Lusaka
                        Kagiso 8
                        Magaliesburg
                        Sinqobile




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PROJECTS                    PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                            2004/05                  2005/06               2006/07
Replace Old Machinery &     12 new                   12 new                12 new lawnmowers, 8
Equipment 1.4. Purchase     lawnmowers, 8            lawnmowers, 8         bushcutters. 5
of new equipment for        bushcutters. 5           bushcutters. 5        chainsaws and 4 pole
parks maintenance           chainsaws and 4          chainsaws and 4       pruners, better
                            pole pruners, 1 new      pole pruners,         maintained parks &
                            baling machine, 1        better maintained     sidewalks Herbicide
                            rotavator, 2 Ride-on     parks & sidewalks     applicator; 5 new lawn
                            lawnowers, better        12 new                mowers and plowing
                            maintained parks &       lawnmowers; 8         implements
                            sidewalks                bush cutters; 5
                            12 new                   chainsaws; 4 pole
                            lawnmowers; 8            pruners; 1 new
                            bush cutters; 5          bailing machine
                            chainsaws; 4 pole
                            pruners; 1 new
                            bailing machine
PARKS DEVELOPMENT           Grass cutting of all     Grass cutting of      Grass cutting of all play
CONTINUEJob Creation        play parks, main         all play parks,       parks, main routes, city     Formatted
Partnerships With Abe's -   routes, city             main routes, city     entrances to ensure a
Grass Cutting Function      entrances to ensure      entrances to          better maintained
                            a better maintained      ensure a better       Mogale City and
                            Mogale City and          maintained            environmental stability.
                            environmental            Mogale City and       Creation of 30
                            stability. Creation of   environmental         permanent jobs
                            30 permanent jobs        stability. Creation
                                                     of 30 permanent
                                                     jobs

2. Waste Management
2.1 240 l bins              At R300/bin –            12121 bins –          12778 bins @ R360/bin
                            (4933) – 240L Bins       240L @ R330/bin
                                                     additional

2.2 Finalization            Drop-off facilities in   Two additional        FinilazationFinalization
Construction of drop-off    Munsieville and          drop-off facilities   of two drop-off facilities
facilities                  Kagiso                   (Apple Park &         (Apple Park &
                                                     Muldersdrift area)    Munsieville

2.3 Purchasing mass         Provision of new         Provision of new      Provision of new mass
containers                  mass containers and      mass containers       containers 6m3; 5m3;
6m3 (5); 12m3 (6); 5m3      replacement of old       6m3; 5m3; 12m3        12m3
(4)                         containers




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PROJECTS                      PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                              2004/05                  2005/06              2006/07
2.4 Management of             Expansion of the         Construction &       Construction &
landfill sites –              Luipaardsvlei site       expansion landfill   expansion landfill site
Luipaardsvlei                 EIA; Permit;             site (ongoing)       (ongoing)
                              Construction
                              (Complete Site
                              office; Roads + Cell
                              + storm water
                              drainage & Ponds
                              etc.)

Magaliesburg                  Permitting and           Management of        Management of landfill
                              management of            landfill site        site according to
                              Magaliesburg landfill    according to         regulations
                              site (EIA & Permit &     regulations
                              Cover)

Implementation of             Waste Info               70%                  100% Implementation
integrated waste              Management               Implementation       of IWMP
management plan               System; Waste Min        of the IWMP and
                              Programmes (2);          improvement
                              Cleaner Tech
                              Strategy

Rural Waste management        Rural Waste              90%                  95% stat compliance &
(RWM)                         Management               statutarystatutory   implementation
                              strategy                 compliance with
                                                       implementation
Risk Waste management         Risk Waste               70% Compliance       80% Compliance with
                              Management               with risk            risk management
                              strategy                 management           regulations
                                                       regulations

Satellite tracking for DIEM   Installation of
vehicles (60)                 tracking device in all
                              vehicles used by the
                              Directorate
                              DIEM(60)

Replacement of waste          19m3 (4); Double         19m3 (4); Daxle      19m3 (2); Daxle
management fleet              axle Lugger              Lugger (2);Roll;     Lugger (1);Roll on
                              (2);Roll; Roll on        Roll on              truck(1);7 Ton trucks
                              truck(truck (1);         truck(truck
                              Vtanker(Vtanker          (1);LDV’s; LDV’s
                              (1);Road; Road
                              Cleaner;Bcat; Bcat
                              FEL; Pay off Street
                              sweeper & Office
                              Equipment



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PROJECTS                 PERFORMANCE TARGETS
                         2004/05              2005/06            2006/07
Purchasing of 85L        500 – 85L Street     1000 – 85L         1500 – 85L Street Bins
Concrete Street Litter   Bins                 Street Bins
Bins
Env Planning &           Alien Eradicated     Alien Eradicated   Alien Eradicated
Management               (Hectares cleared)   (Hectares          (Hectares cleared)
                         Env policies &       cleared)           Env policies &
                         strategies           Env policies &     strategies
                         LA 21 Programmes     strategies         LA 21 Programmes
                                              LA 21
                                              Programmes
Env Auditing             EMCA’s               EMCA’s             EMCA’s
                         Environmental        Environmental      Environmental Auditing
                         Auditing             Auditing           Programmes (2)
                         Programmes (2)       Programmes (2)

Env Education &          Environmental        Environmental      Environmental
Awareness                Education            Education Centre   Education Programmes
                         Workshops (4)        Magaliesburg       (4)
                         Environmental        Area               Workshops (4)
                         Resource Material                       Resource material (10
                         (5000)               Env Education      000)
                         Environmental        Workshops (6)
                         Education Centre     Env Resource
                         (Phase 1)            material (5900)

Disaster Management &    Tents                Tents              Tents
Conservation             Water Tanks          Water Tanks        Water Tanks
Management               Dry Sanitation       Dry Sanitation     Dry Sanitation Toilets
                         Toilets              Toilets            Emergency lights
                         Emergency lights     Emergency lights   Transformer
                         Transformer          Transformer        Borehole pumps &
                         Borehole pumps &     Borehole pumps     cabling
                         cabling              & cabling          Electrodes
                         Electrodes           Electrodes         (Ongoing)
                                              (Ongoing)

Pest Control             Knap sacks           Rodent boxes       Rodent boxes
                         Bee suits            Knap sacks         Knap sacks
                         Rodent boxes         Snake pliers       Snake pliers
                         Snake pliers         Fogger/Mister      Fogger/Mister
                         Secure tool box      Chemicals          Chemicals
                         Pest control LDV
                         Fogger/Mister
                         Chemicals
                         SS HP Sprays




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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE:4 PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT

Projects                   Performance Targets

                                 2004/05                  2005/06            2006/07
Skills Audit               Update Annual Skills      Updated Skills       Updated Skills
                           Audit report Mogale       Inventory            Inventory
                           City’s Skills Inventory
ABET Programme             Statistics of learners    30 Employees on      30 Employees
                           who are literate          ABET level 3         on ABET level 3
Implementation Of          4 Learnerships            4 Learnerships       4 Learnerships
Leanerships                Implemented Stats of      Implemented          Implemented
                           qualified Learners
Sustain Experiential       Stats of competency       6 employees          20 employees
Training programme         certificate acquired      participate in the   for RPL
                                                     programme
Recognition of Prior       Stats of Formal           20 employees RPL     20 employees
Learning                   certificates acquired                          RPL
Employee Wellness          Decreased                 Decreased            Decreased
Programme                  absenteeism               absenteeism          absenteeism
                           Employee Wellness         Ongoing              Ongoing
                           Policy And Strategy In    Implementation Of    Implementation
                           Place                     Employee Wellness    Of Employee
                                                                          Wellness
Implementation Of          Stats of Learners         Bursaries granted to Bursaries
Internal Bursary           utilising the scheme      deserving            granted to
SchemeEstablish internal   Internal Bursary          employees Ongoing deserving
Bursary scheme             Policy And Strategy       Implementation Of    employees
                           Approved By Council       Bursary Scheme       Ongoing
                                                                          Implementation
                                                                          Of Bursary
                                                                          Scheme
AccrediationAccreditation Certificate of             Equipped centre      Functional
Of Computer Learning      Accreditation Seta         Seta Accredited      centre Seta
Center                    Accredited Computer        Computer Learning    Accredited
                          Learning Center            Center               Computer
                                                                          Learning Center
Cascading Of Pms To All    Pms Implemented           Signed PM Contracts Monitoring of
Employees                  Through Out All           Pms Implemented      performance
                           Levels Signed PM          Through Out All      Pms
                           Contracts                 Levels               Implemented
                                                                          Through Out All
                                                                          Levels
Roll-out the Induction     Orientated employees      Inducted Employees Orientated
Programme                                                                 employees
Climate Survey             Implemented steps of      Trained Managers     Monitoring of
                           the Strategy for                               performance
                           implementation




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 Alignment of employee       Adopted document for      Uniform conditions      Uniform
 benefits to BCEA            implementation            of Service              conditions of
                                                                               Service
 Integrated HR               Maintenance of a          Identification of       Maintenance of a
                             healthy environment       health hazards          healthy
                                                                               environment
 OHASA                       Maintenance of a          Identification of       Maintenance of a
                             healthy environment       health hazards          healthy
                                                                               environment
 Building of sound labour    Adopted code of           Decreased disputes      Maintenance of
 relations Conducting        conduct Annual            Annual Climate          DC code Annual
 Staff Climate Survey        Climate Survey            Survey Report           Climate Survey
                             Report                                            Report




STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: :5 GOOD GOVERNANCE

    Projects                Performance Targets                                                   Formatted
                            2004/5                   2005/6                   2006/7
    REVENUE
    ENHANCEMENT
    Vending Machines.       To be installed on all   To be installed on all   Completed and
                            Spars by December        Friendly Grocer by       review the
                            2004. First phase to     June 2005.               effective of the
                            be completed on                                   machines.
                            January 2005.

    Relocating Of Water     First phase to be        Continuing with the      Continuing with
    And Electricity         completed on             relocation of meters.    the relocation of


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Projects              Performance Targets                                                   Formatted
                      2004/5                    2005/6                2006/7
Meters To The         February 2005.                                  meters.
Pavements.            Relocating meters to
                      have access to get
                      meter readings and
                      also to implement
                      credit control.

Data Cleansing        Verifying the present     Continuous process    Last phase by
                      data collected by PSU     by Revenue and PSU    June 2005.
                      from the pilot areas      to other areas.
                      by July 2004.             Second phase to be
                      Switching the correct     completed by
                      data by September         January 2005
                      2004.

Prepaid Meters For    Installation of prepaid   Continuing with the   Continuing with
All Indigents.        meters by October         installation of new   the installation of
                      2004 for the              approved indigents.   new approved
                      approved indigents.                             indigents.

Absa-Kiosk            Pilot machine at          Install to the next   Review and install
                      Krugersdorp Civic         five points by        to other identified
                      Centre by September       January 2005.         points.
                      2004.
Revenue
Enhancement
Security Of Main      Install cameras and       Install security in   Complete the
Cash Office And       card swiping system       Azaadville, Kagiso    installation of all
Sattelites Points.    at Krugersdorp Civic      Main and Munsinvlle   other pay points.
.                     Centre by August          points by January
                      2004.                     2005.

Networking Of         Connecting the pay        Continuous            Continuous
Satellites Points     points to the Main        maintenance           maintenance
                      Civic Centre by July
                      2004.
Training Of Ward      Train all Kagiso ward     Identify the next     Continue with
Committees Re         committees by             area with very low    training of ward
Revenue               October 2004.             payment levels and    committees.
Operations.                                     train the ward
                                                committees.
Traing And Multi-     Pay point staff           Extend services to    Monitor and
Skilling Of Staff And multiskilled by June      all pay points by     review.
Extending Credut      2004.                     Jan.2005. Train and
Control Services To                             multi-skill all
All Paypoints.                                  revenue staff by
                                                October 2005.
Mapping And           Customer Care             Billing processes     Credit Control
Documenting All       processes mapped          mapped and            processes mapped



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   Projects              Performance Targets                                               Formatted
                         2004/5                   2005/6               2006/7
   Processes And         and documented by        documented by Feb    and documented.
   Procedures.           June 2004.               2005.
   Cash Receipting
   System




Strategic Service
Integrated
Development
Planning
Co-Ordination And        Revised Idp Is           Revised Idp Is       Revised Idp Is
Compilation Of The Idp   Approved By The          Approved By The      Approved By The
Document Document        Municipal Council        Municipal Council    Municipal Council

Managing Community       3 Community Road         3 Community Road     3 Community
Participation During     Shows Are Held           Shows Are Held       Road Shows Are
The Review Of The Idp    Annually                 Annually             Held Annually

Responding To            All Community            All Community        All Community
Community Queries        Queries And              Queries And          Queries And
And Comments On The      Comments Are             Comments Are         Comments Are
Idp                      Responded To             Responded To         Responded To

Research And             Development And          Continues Update     Continues Update
Information              Implementation Of A      And Maintenance Of   And Maintenance
Management               Database For The Idp     The Idp Database     Of The Idp
                                                                       Database
Organisational
Performance
Management
Training Of Ward         All Ward Committees      Ward Committees      Ward Committees
Committees On The        Are Trained On The       Are Continuously     Are Continuously
Application Of The Pms   Application Of The       Involved In          Involved In
                         Pms                      Performance          Performance
                                                  Reviews              Reviews
Training Of              All Directors / Deputy   Ongoing Support      Ongoing Support
Directors/Deputy         Directorsd Are Trained   For Directors /      For Directors /
Directors On The         On The Application Of    Deputy Directors     Deputy Directors
Application Pms          The Performance          D/Dd                 D/Dd
                         Management
                         Framework
Internal Reporting       Monthly And Quarterly    Monthly And          Monthly And
                         Reports Per              Quarterly Reports    Quarterly Reports
                         Directorate              Per Directorate      Per Directorate
External Reporting       3 Quarterly And 1        3 Quarterly And 1    3 Quarterly And 1
                         Annual Report            Annual Report        Annual Report
Reviewing And            Annual Review Of The     Annual Review Of     Annual Review Of
Evaluating The Pms       Pms Framework            The Pms Framework    The Pms


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With Internal Auditors                                                     Framework

Marketing         And
Communication
Mogale City Website   Upgrading Of Mogale            Ongoing               Ongoing
Management            City’s Website                 Maintenance Of        Maintenance Of
                                                     Website               Website
Monthly Publications      Publishing Monthly         Publishing Monthly    Publishing
                          Newspaper                  Newspaper             Monthly
                                                                           Newspaper
Corporate Branding Of     Corporate Branding Of      Design And Erection   Continues
Mogale City               City Structure             Of Welcome Signs;     Upgrading Of The
                                                     Branding Of City      Corporate Image
                                                     Parks, Cemeteries;    Of Mogale City

Call Centre               A Fully Operational        Ongoing Upgrading     Ongoing
                          24/7 Call Center           And Maintenance Of    Upgrading And
                                                     Call Center           Maintenance Of
                                                                           Call Center

Batho Pele Principles                                Development Of
                                                     Batho Pele Poster
                                                     For All Council
                                                     Offices



Internal Auditing
Performance Of The        Update Of The Risk         Ongoing               Ongoing
Annual Risk               Profiles The Risk          Assessment            Assessment
Assessment                Management
                          Strategies For The
                          Council.
Perform Adequacy And      Ongoing Review And         Ongoing Review        Ongoing Review
Effectiveness Audits In   Assessment Of              And Assessment Of     And Assessment
Accordance With           Internal Controls.         Internal Controls.    Of Internal
Internal Audit                                                             Controls.
Strategic And
Operational Plans.
Perform Adhoc             As Per Management          As Per Management     As Per
Investigation On          Request                    Request               Management
Alleged Irregularities.                                                    Request
Facilitate Audit          Quarterly Meetings Of      Quarterly Meetings    Quarterly
Committee Meetings        The Audit Committee        Of The Audit          Meetings Of The
                                                     Committee             Audit Committee
Implementation Of         Monitoring Compliance      Monitoring            Monitoring
Council Fraud                                        Compliance            Compliance
Prevention Plan &
Fraud Policy.
Audit Of Performance      Quarterly                  Quarterly             Quarterly
Measurements              Assessments As Per         Assessments As Per    Assessments As


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                         Municipal Systems Act     Municipal Systems     Per Municipal
                                                   Act                   Systems Act
It & Forensic Audit      Annual Review Of The      Annual Review Of      Annual Review Of
                         ItT General And           The ITt General And   The ITt General
                         Application Controls.     Application           And Application
                         Outsource Complex         Controls.             Controls.
                         Forensic Audit Work.      Outsource Complex     Outsource
                                                   Forensic Audit        Complex Forensic
                                                   Work.                 Audit Work.
Intergovernmental
Relations
Facilitating Twinning    Signing of Twinning       Maintenance of the    Maintenance of
Agreement With           Agreement by Mogale       signed Twinning       the signed
Klerksdorp City          City Local Municipality   Agreement between     Twinning
                         and Klerksdorp City       Mogale City Local     Agreement
                         Council Twinning          Municipality and      between Mogale
                         Agreement Is Signed       Klerksdorp City       City Local
                         By The Two                Council Ongoing       Municipality and
                         Municipalities            Cooperation           Klerksdorp City
                                                   Between The Two       Council Ongoing
                                                   Municipalities        Cooperation
                                                                         Between The Two
                                                                         Municipalities
Formaliseing             Preliminary               Maintenance of the    Maintenance of
International            discussions with one      signed Twinning       signed Twinning
Cooperation With         Municipality in Ghana     Agreement between     Agreement
Ghana, And Cuba          and one Municipality      Mogale City Local     between Mogale
                         in Cuba International     Municipality and      City Local
                         Relations Agreements      Klerksdorp City       Municipality and
                         Are Signed With The       Council Ongoing       the identified
                         Two Countries             Cooperation With      Municipal partners
                                                   Two Countries         in Ghana and
                                                                         Cuba Ongoing
                                                                         Cooperation With
                                                                         Two Countries
Revival Of Twinning      Re-establishment of       Maintenance of        Maintenance of
Agreement With China     relations with Wujiang    relationship with     relationship with
Revival of Dormant       Municipality Re-          Wujiang               Wujiang
Twinning Agreement       Establishment Of          Municipality          Municipality
with Wujiang             Relations With China      Ongoing               Ongoing
Municipality (Chinese)                             Cooperation With      Cooperation With
                                                   China                 China
Establishment Of An      Operational               Operational           Operational
Igr Forum                Intergovernmental         Intergovernmental     Intergovernmental
Development Of An Igr    Relations Forum           Relations Forum       Relations Forum
Database                 Igr Database              Ongoing Update        Ongoing Update
                                                   And Maintenance Of    And Maintenance
                                                   Igr Database          Of Igr Database
Administration
Services




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Upgrading Of The Pa     Reduced chances of        Installation of an    Installation of an
System In Council       wear and tear due to      online Committee      online Committee
Chamber                 constant relocation of    Administrating        Administrating
                        the PA System Fully       system Ongoing        system Ongoing
                        Operational Pa System     Update And            Update And
                        In Place                  Maintenance Of Pa     Maintenance Of Pa
                                                  System                System
Acquisition Of Voice    Proper recording of       Proper recording of   Proper recording
Recorders               Council Committee         Council Committee     of Council
                        meetings Effective        meetings Ongoing      Committee
                        And Efficient System      Maintenance Of        meetings Ongoing
                        For Recording Of          Recording System      Maintenance Of
                        Meetings                                        Recording System

Protocol Training       Protocol compliance       Protocol compliance   Protocol
                        by both Administration    by both               compliance by
                        and Councilors 100%       Administration and    both
                        Protocol Compliance       Councilors Ongoing    Administration
                        By Both                   Compliance            and Councilors
                        Administrative Staff                            Ongoing Update
                        And Elected Officials                           And Maintenance
                                                                        Of Igr Database
Corporate Signage       Branding Of Municipal     Installation of       Installation of
                        Building                  corporate signage     corporate signage
                        Installation of           at the remote         at the remote
                        corporate signage at      municipal offices     municipal offices
                        the President Building,
                        Civic Centre and the
                        Old Receiver of
                        Revenue Building

Name tags Council and   Installation of 30        Maintenance of        Maintenance of
Mayoral Committee       Mayoral Committee         Mayoral and Council   Mayoral and
Chambers                Chamber name tags         Committee             Council
                        and 80 Council            Chambers              Committee
                        Chamber name tags                               Chambers
Bidding to host the     Submission of MCLM
AULGA                   bid for consideration
                        by AULGA Bid
                        Committee
Archive
Rollout Of              Purchase of scanners      Operational           Operational
Munadministration       and desktops              MunAdmin System       MunAdmin System
System                  Functional                Ongoing               Ongoing
                        Munadministration         Management And        Management And
                        System In Place           Maintenance Of        Maintenance Of
                                                  Munadministration     Munadministration
                                                  And Electronic
                                                  Access Installed




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Establishment of          Established Resource      Integrated service     Facilitation of an
Resource Centre           Centre in 4 MPCCAll       delivery mechanism     integrated service
(MPCC) 17 Scanners        Directorates Have         by the Municipality    delivery
For All Directors And 2   Access To                 in conjunction with    mechanism by the
Pcs For Records Office    Munadministration         government             Municipality in
                          System                    departments and        conjunction with
                                                    parastatals Ongoing    government
                                                    Maintenance And        departments and
                                                    Upgrade                parastatals
                                                                           Ongoing
                                                                           Maintenance And
                                                                           Upgrade
Information
Technology System
Microsoft Software        350 Microsoft licenses    50 desktop             70 desktop
LicencesLicenses          procuredUpgrade Of        Microsoft licenses     Microsoft licenses
                          Licences Software         procuredOngoing        procuredOngoing
ItT Firewall              50% protection of         70% protection of      100% protection
                          unauthorized access       unauthorized access    of unauthorized
                          to data and computer      to data and            access to data and
                          networkMunicipal          computer               computer
                          Information Is            networkOngoing         networkOngoing
                          Secured
Upgrade Of Computer       Painting, flooring,       Maintenance and        Maintenance and
Room                      cabling, and              upgrade of back-up     upgrade of back-
                          installation of           data system at Civic   up data system at
                          computer cabinets &       centre computer        Civic centre
                          CF2 gas Installation Of   room Ongoing           computer room
                          Cf2 Gas Unit To                                  Ongoing
                          Reduce Fire Risk
Disaster Recovery         Establishment of          Maintenance and        Maintenance and
System                    disaster recovery site    upgrade of disaster    upgrade of
                          at Licensing office       recovery site.         disaster recovery
                          Functional Disaster       Gradual                site. Gradual
                          Recovery System In        Implementation Of      Implementation
                          Place                     Msp                    Of Msp
Data Back Up System       50%data recovery          70%data recovery       100%data
                          Data Back Up System       Gradual                recovery
                          Installed                 Implementation Of
                                                    Msp
Network linkages          4 remote sites            3 remote sites         3 remote sites
Lan/Wan                   linkedOngoing             linked                 linked
                          Connection Of Users
                          To Lan/Wan
Servers & Computer        2 Windows login           Maintenance and        Maintenance and
equipment                 servers, Intranet         upgrade of servers     upgrade of
                          server, Financial                                servers
                          server, Project
                          Management server
Upgrade of GIS server     Hardware & software       Hardware &             Hardware &
                                                    software               software



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Property
Maintenance And
Management Legal
Services
Land acquisition          Addition 100 hectares     Addition 80             Addition 50            Formatted
                          of acquired to land the   hectares of acquired    hectares of
                          register                  land to land register   acquired land to
                                                                            land register
Office Furniture          Provision for office      Provision for office    Provision for office
                          furniture for an          furniture for an        furniture for an
                          improved working          improved working        improved working
                          enviromment to            enviromment to          enviromment to
                          support sound labour      support sound           support sound
                          relations. Procurement    labour relations.       labour relations.
                          Of Additional Office      Provision Of
                          Furniture                 Furniture For Newly
                                                    Appointed
Office Renovations and    Renovated and usable      Renovated and           Renovated and
Equipment                 office space Ongoing      usable office space     usable office
                          Maintenance And           Ongoing                 space
                          Renovation Of             Maintenance And
                          Municipal Building        Renovation Of
                                                    Municipal Building
Building Acquisition Of   Addition of two (2)       Additional 200          Additional 100
Building                  buildings of office       square metres of        square metres of
                          space to promote          office space to         office space to
                          sound labour practice     promote sound           promote sound
                          and a sound               labour practice and     labour practice
                          environment for           a sound                 and a sound
                          community liaison and     environment for         environment for
                          participation. Building   community liasion       community liasion
                          Purchased And             ans participation.      ans participation.
                          Transfer To The           Building Purchased
                          Municipality              And Transfer To The
                                                    Municipality
Legal Technical           Fully resourced legal     Fully resourced         Fully resourced
Literature Acquisition    library for improved      legal library for       legal library for
Of Land For Municipal     quality research and      improved quality        improved quality
Building                  skills Land Purchased     research and skills     research and skills
                          And Transfer To The       Land Purchased And
                          Municipality              Transfer To The
                                                    Municipality
Delegation Of Powers      Efficient and effective   Efficient and           Efficient and
                          administrative and        effective               effective
                          decision-making           administrative and      administrative and
                          process.                  decision-making         decision-making
                                                    process.                process.




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Strategy for Property    Implement a              Implement a            Implement a
Alienation and           transparent and          transparent and        transparent and
Acquisition              effective process of     effective process of   effective process
                         acquiring and            acquiring and          of acquiring and
                         disposing land.          disposing land.        disposing land.
Establishment and        Easily accessible        Easily accessible      Easily accessible
Management of            record of contracts      record of contracts    record of
Contracts and SLA        and SLA that are in      and SLA that are in    contracts and SLA
Database                 force for effective      force for effective    that are in force
                         administration.          administration.        for effective
                                                                         administration.
Graduate Trainee         4 Graduates trained      4 Graduates trained    4 Graduates
Programme                                                                trained

Revision of Policies     Adopted revised          Adopted revised        Adopted revised
                         policies                 policies               policies

Legislative Compliance   100% compliance          100% compliance        100% compliance



Property Management      Establishment of         Database               Database
and Maintenance Plan     database for             maintenance and        maintenance and
Implementation           properties and a         regular inspection     regular inspection
                         system of regular
                         inspection.
Review of By-Laws        40% of By-laws           60% of By-laws         80% of By-laws
                         reviewed                 reviewed               reviewed

Review of Contracts      50% of contracts         75% of contracts       100% of contracts
and SLA's                                         reviewed               reviewed
                         reviewed

Review the               30% of PDI attorneys     50% of PDI             70% of PDI           Formatted
Engagement of Panel      engaged                  attorneys engaged      attorneys engaged
of Attorneys Legal
Services
Implementation of        100% enforcement         100% enforcement       100%
Revised Property         Ongoing Legal Advice                            enforcement
Rentals Legal Advice     And Support To
                         Municipal Council And
                         Administration




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SECTION: 5

    V

 SECTOR

  PLANS



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 5.1     SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME INCLUDING HIV/AIDS


5.1.1 introduction

The process for formulating the Social Development Programme has complied with
the five phases outlined in the national IDP guidelines. However, only three first
phases form the focal point of this programme and they are:


      Analysis,
      Strategies, and
      Projects development phases.



5.1.2 Analysis

In the analysis process, the following were identified as priority communities:
Rietvallei, Muldersdrift, Magaliesburg, Hekpoort and Tarlton. These communities
present development challenges faced by both urban and rural areas.


Analysis of these communities identified the following priority issues/ problems:
      Poverty and unemployment.
      Low levels of literacy.
      Landlessness and homelessness.
      Infrastructure development problems associated with both rural and peri-
       urban areas.
      HIV/AIDS pandemic.




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5.1.3 Strategies

The vision of Mogale City is to make the city ‘a desirable place to live, invest and
visit: where all people may enjoy a sustainable quality of life’, the following
strategies were developed to deal with the above-mentioned issues.


Below are themes of strategic objectives for each priority issue. A detailed
discussion of the actual objectives is provided in the main document:



Priority Issue                             Strategic Objective Theme

Priority         Poverty And               “Initiate, support and facilitate
issue 1:         Unemployment              development of SMME’s that are informed
                                           by both local, economic and export needs
                                           and are geared towards poverty alleviation
                                           and job creation to stimulate local
                                           economic development”

Priority         Low levels of Literacy.   “Facilitation of the processes for the
Issue 2:                                   provision of Adult Basic Education and
                                           Training (ABET) programmes as well as
                                           building early childhood centres”.

Priority         Landlessness and          “Contribute, mediate and facilitate the
Issue 3          Homelessness              process for ensuring that landless rural
                                           people gain access to land and farm
                                           evictions are stopped”

Priority         Infrastructure            “Facilitate the process for building multi-
Issue 4:         Development Problems      purpose one-stop service centres”.
                 (Associated with both
                 rural and peri-urban
                 areas)



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Priority       HIV/AIDS Pandemic           “Facilitate the process of offering support
Issue 5:                                   services to the infected and affected
                                           especially AIDS orphans




There are two main strategic initiatives identified to address the above strategic
objectives, namely:


      Strategic Initiative 1:   Build and/or improve existing facilities and multi-
       purpose centres in all communities.
      Strategic Initiative 2:   Initiate and/or support sector generic programmes
       that are largely targeted to vulnerable groups.



5.1.4 Projects

The two strategic initiatives identified elicited a series of projects that were costed
and are found in Appendix A of the main document. Following is a selected list of
some of these projects:


Multi-purpose centres that cater for services such as:


      SMME development advisory services.
      Library services.
      Older persons pay points.
      Sport and Recreation services.
      Cultural enrichment.
      SMME that are geared to poverty alleviation.
      Direct services to children.
      Direct services to youth.


All the strategic initiatives and projects identified above are supported by
legislation, a summary of which is included in the main document.


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5.1.5 Conclusion

Five communities of Rietvallei, Muldersdrift, Magaliesburg, Hekpoort and Tarlton
were identified for the Social Development Programme.           Based on the available
information about these communities, issues of poverty and unemployment, low
levels of literacy, landlessness and homelessness, HIV/AIDS and infrastructure
development problems associated with both rural and peri-urban areas were
identified. Strategic objectives for each of these social issues were developed. To
achieve these strategic objectives, various projects ranging from infrastructure
development to land acquisition were identified for implementation.


It must be noted that similar projects are planned for implementation in other
parts of Mogale City that are not targeted as priority areas.




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5.2 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK



Executive Summary

This report provides a concise overview with regard to guidelines that form the
basis of the relevant planning approach, as well as the proposals pertaining to the
study area based on these principles.


This report is the second of three reports: the first being the Status Quo Report,
and the third being the Map Book. These three reports should be read in
conjunction with one another. This summary provides a short overview of the most
strategic that determines the character of the final Spatial Development
Framework (SDF).


• TheThe relevant area of its jurisdiction was constituted by the amalgamation of
the
  Magaliesburg and Magaliesberg Rural Councils with the Krugersdorp Local
  Council to form a new local municipality covering approximately 1100 square
  kilometresKilometers. The purpose of the amalgamation was to establish an
economy of
  scale and thereby achieve sustainable and manageable integrated development
  within a local authority demarcated by functional boundaries.


• It is firstly of utmost importance to realise the strategic ‘fit’ of this Spatial
  Development Framework. As in integral part of the Integrated Development
  Plan, it structures all the other sectoral programmes and policies in terms of
  their relevant spatial implication. It also serves to integrate and align other SDFs
  of the surrounding Local Municipalities, the District Municipality, and the
  Provincial Government.


• In terms of relevant policy and legal requirements, a SDF for a Local Municipality



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  in Gauteng must be on an appropriate scale in terms of detail and application.
  Accordingly, this SDF must be followed up by detailed Precinct Plans for the
  Relevant Zones as delineated in Map 17 and Map 18. Spatial planning and
  development issues pertaining to a urban-level scale (e.g. the Muldersdrift Nodal
  development) will be dealt with in the Precinct Plans.


• The aim of the Status Quo Report was to identify spatial constraints and
  opportunities from a regional and provincial perspective. This second Report
  aims to formulate guidelines for spatial planning within the study area, as well as
  to formulate a spatial framework to guide the future development of the
  municipality.


• It is imperative to note that this SDF is not meant to serve as a blueprint-
  planning tool that allocates land uses to every portion of land in the study area.
  It is meant to provide strategic guidelines and principles in terms of which
  development initiatives or land use applications can be evaluated.


• The main strategic issues that must be dealt with in this SDF, are the following:


       • Leratong crossing
       • Soweto interface
       • Re-alignment of Hendrik Potgieter Road
       • Proposed casino development
       • Urban renewal
       • Urbanization boundary
       • Cosmo city
       • Formal housing and land acquisition
       • Mining land
       • World Heritage Site
       • Urban integration
       • Rural development
       • Nodal development



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       • Public transportation


• Although all these strategic issues are not necessarily appropriate at this level,
  they have a relevant spatial implication and provide direction for the Precinct
  Plans in terms of focus and prioritisation. Based on input through public
  participation, the issues that need to be dealt with most critically refer to the
  Urbanisation Boundary, Urban Renewal, Hendrik Potgieter re-alignment, and the
  Leratong Node.


• It is proposed in this document that the urbanisation boundary be shifted to
  include some parcels of land in Krugersdorp and areas to the east of the R28
 (N14) around Muldersdrift. The highest urbanisation pressures are focused on
  these parcels of land (see Map 17).


• One of the main findings of this SDF is the inherent potential of Mogale City to
  development increasingly as a dormitory city structure as a result of its location
  with regard to the rest of Gauteng. People seem to be migrating from the
  metropolitan core centres to Mogale City, mainly because of its excellent
  accessibility and environmental quality.


• The economic base of Mogale City has changed significantly in the past decades,
  away from the primary mining function. The potential Mogale City has in terms
  of its location relative to the metropolitan core must be utilisedutilized to its full
  potential for the city to expand and diversify its economic base. The re-
  alignment of the urbanization boundary is critical in this regard. Muldersdrift
  seems to be experiencing the highest urbanisation pressures, and a significant
  shift of the urbanisation boundary is proposed in this regard – especially as a
  result of the quarries in this area that sterilises large sections of land for future
  development.


• For the purposes of guiding future development in the municipality, the study
  area was structured according to four broad planning regions (see Map 18), as


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 well as 18 detailed functional planning zones. All these zones are spatially
  structured as a result of the nodal hierarchy and the relevant interlinking
  development corridors.


• Lastly, it is of utmost importance that a Land Use Management System and
  Precinct Plans be compiled to support the guidelines formulated in this SDF.




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5.3TRANSPORTATION STRATEGY


5.3.1 introduction

Transport plan will be developed so as to enhance the effective functioning of the
city. It will be developed to ensure the integration of transport infrastructure with
other facilities. The plan will cover transport, operational including Freight
movements, bulk services and public transport services within the context of
integrated development planning within the region broadly and Mogale city in
particular.



5.3.2 Purpose Of The Sector Plan


The plan provides the general terms of reference for transport planning within the
West Rand District Municipality area. The WRDM is the recognized transport
authority (TA) for this area. An agreement has been reached with the WRDM to
allow Mogale City to develop and manage its own Public Transport Policy and Plan.
The latter will be linked to that of the District.



5.3.3. Compilation Of Process

Since the transport function was devolved to Gautrans, funding had originally only
been provided by WGSC for all projects. However, more recently, additional
funding was received from Gautrans as well.


The ITP for 2001/2002 is a continuation of the previous planning process. In fact it
is a continuous revision and update of the previous planning processes and reports
that were submitted and approved. The Mogale plan will also take into
consideration the ITP.




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5.3.4. Situation Analysis

The advantages and benefits of an integrated transport plan are briefly the
following: -


      Improved public transport services for all.
      Meeting local transport needs
      Improved public transport infrastructure


The opportunities are the following


      Eradication of fragmentation of public transport services
      Minimization of route over trading resulting in conflicts
      Securing funds from both National and Provincial Government
      Better integration of all modes of transport



5.3.5. Development Rational

Transport plans will direct employment opportunities and activities, mixed land
uses and high-density residential development into high utilisation. It will
furthermore enhance accessibility to public transport services and facilities. In
addition, it will be developed so as to minimize adverse impacts on the
environment



5.3.6. Key strategic objectives

The planning for functioning transport systems and facilities is the key objective of
the transport plan.


The aim is to execute such planning to the benefits of all the people within the
WRDM. Reviews and updates are essential given the changing circumstances,




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additional statutory requirements and new directives and priorities that have
emerged.



5.3.7. Projects

Mogale City Local Municipality has secured the services of a professional consulting
institution to undertake its mini transport strategy and policy during the 2002/03
financial year budget.


The Taxi ranks of Munsieville and Magalisburg were refurbished during 2002/03
financial year.


5.3.8. Alignemnt

The ITP is aligned to the IDPs of both the Local Municipality and the District
Municipality.




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5.4 . LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPEMNT


5.4.1. Introduction


 The key objective of the LED strategy will be to provide the framework within
 which LED-focused projects and programmes can be identified and selected in
 support of the Mogale City Local Municipality IDP.


 The economic base and focus of the Mogale City area is evolving from mining and
 industrial related activities to residential, services and tourism related activities
 over the last number of years. The north-eastern sector of Mogale City
 (Muldersdrift to the east of the R28 and the north of the Ridge) is currently
 experiencing the greatest residential and business related development pressures.
 Tourism development potential is the greatest in the northern rural territory,
 especially adjacent to the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site and
 Magaliesburg.


 Due to the limited resources available and the urgency of the need for economic
 growth, the LED-strategy will be targeted with those areas in which it is believed
 that Mogale City Local Municipality has a comparative advantage. These are:


       Tourism;
       Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs); and
       Higher Income housing.



5.4.2. Purpose Of The Sector Plan

 To compile a strategy that will address the following:


        To create a conducive environment for the growth and establishment of
        SMME’s




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       Tourism Development in order to encourage investment, promote cultural,
       historical and architectural heritage, create a community-based
       entrepreneurship, to develop SMME’sSMME and crafters, and to promote
       township and rural tourism focussed on marginalized community sectors.
       Ensure skills transfer and also to align the strategy to the available skills in
       Mogale City
       Rural and urban development strategies including the alignment thereof to
       the available resources, housing needs and infrastructure
       Marketing of Mogale City
       Industrial revitalization and development




5.4.3. Compilation Of Process

Mogale City is still in the process of compiling its LED Strategy. The Strategy as
well as the prioritisation of the implementation stages thereof will be compiled in
consultation with Local Business and other stakeholders.



5.4.4. Situation Analysis

The following are the key issues to be considered in the LED Strategy:


      The size/scale of the local economy
      Social/demographic issues
      The natural environment
      Geophysical conditions
      Culture
      Urban/rural distinctions
      Infrastructure availability
      Municipal human capacity




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5.4.5. Development Rationale

    The attraction, creation and retention of sustainable business activities to
    create quality job opportunities, build a diverse economy (activity and
    employment base) and to contribute towards the tax base of Mogale City
    (Encourage and attract new businesses to Mogale as well expand existing
    business)


    SMME Development – by growing existing SMME’sSMME and to create a
    supportive and conducive environment for the establishment of emerging
    SMME’sSMME     –   especially    amongst   the   marginalized   communities   by
    stimulating innovation and entrepreneurship within the community


    The development and establishment of Housing and Tourism Sectors with a
    focus on the marginalized communities and targeted groups in order to have
    representative participation in the community and improve the quality of life
    of the communities of Mogale City.


    To formulate policies and to investigate procedures in order to promote the
    suitable development of the Urban and rural areas and to advance investor
    security


      Establishment of a Regional Chamber of Commerce in order to have a more
      integrated strategy towards the development and growth of the wider
      economy and to create proper business linkages and support towards
      increasing inward investment in Mogale City in addition to the promotion and
      development of BEE Entities.


      Focus on skills development and the promotion of the use of local labour in
      order to promote employment growth and minimise unemployment.




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5.4.6. Key Strategic Objectives

The general Strategic Objectives relating to the LED strategy are the promotion
and development of the following:


Sustainability - To ensure that the strategy is aligned to the principle of
sustainability with reference to the economy of the region, the community, the
environment and the availability of resources in Mogale City.


Equality - To create opportunities for all sectors of the community with a focus of
assisting marginalized communities and targeted groups such as BEE entities,
women, children, youth and rural communities in Mogale City who currently does
not play a sufficiently significant role in the local economy and the labour market


Innovation -To establish the competitive advantage of Mogale City and to develop
innovative projects and opportunities responding to the local stakeholder needs


Partnerships - Improvement of linkages between the Mogale City Local
Municipality, Public and Private institutions as well as the voluntary and community
sectors and to promote partnerships toward reaching common developmental,
regeneration and integration goals


Quality - Towards the improvement of the quality of service delivery by Mogale
City but also to improve the quality of jobs created, the quality of businesses and
SMME’s locating in the area and the quality of Spatial Development in the area.


More specific Strategic Objective relating to the specific areas of economic focus
are as follows:
6.2.1 Tourism


Strategic           create job opportunities;
Objectives          attract tourism related enterprises and industries to support




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                  SMME activities;
                  increase the revenue potential of the City;
                  develop the business potential of Mogale City as small and
                  micro   tourism    enterprises   often   develop   into   medium
                  enterprises creating capital, investment and job opportunities;
                  and
                  establish Mogale city as a City of Preference for national and
                  international visitors to Gauteng and South Africa.



6.2.2   SMME

Strategic         create job opportunities;
Objectives        increase the revenue potential of the City; and
                  develop the business potential of Mogale City as small and
                  micro enterprises often develop into medium enterprises
                  creating capital, investment and job opportunities.



6.2.3   Housing

Strategic         To ensure that:
Objectives        land for low income group is identified well in advance so as to
                  prevent illegal settlement which may require expensive in
                  situsite upgrading, resettlement or lead to settlement in areas
                  where it may be detrimental to the people staying in the
                  settlement and/or Mogale City;
                  to utilise the opportunities provided by high income housing in
                  the scenic parts of Mogale City for the generation of rates and
                  taxes, associated retail and office developments and the
                  location of industries owned or operated by the higher income
                  residents of these houses in Mogale City;
                  the apartheid landscape of Mogale City is broken down; and
                  Mogale City addresses the needs of all its inhabitants, rich and



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                poor, and is seen as a residential area of choice.



6.2.4   Spatial Development

Strategic       The following objectives are pursued:
Objectives      Co-ordination of development;
                Creating a positive image for Mogale City;
                Effective land development facilitation and fast tracking of
                development where desired;
                Effective land use management in areas where development is
                not desired;
                Identification and making available of land; and
                Maintaining the existing, and building out a new rates and tax
                base.




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5.4.7. PROJECTS

Possible projects identified for the main areas of Economic Development focus are
the following:


7.1   Tourism

Potential   Projects and The tourism-SMMEs that could be promoted through
Programmes               specific projects, programmes and kick start funding are
                         inter alia located in the following categories:
                         anthropological tourism (e.g. Cradle of Humankind)
                         rural tourism (e.g. Muldersdrift)
                         scenic tourism (e.g. Magaliesburg)
                         indigenous tourism (e.g. shebeens)
                         industrial/mining tourism (old mining sites)
                         hospitality    related   enterprises   (adjacent     to   World
                         Heritage site and the nature reserve)
                         food and beverage related enterprises (city centre).


                         Additional projects to ensure that the tourism strategy is
                         successful include the following.
                         provide a shuttle service (from international airport and
                         Lanseria;
                         grade available accommodation;
                         assure safety by strong crime prevention measures;
                         co-ordinate the activities of tourist guides (currently
                         various     operators    act   independently   and    often   in
                         competition with one another); and
                         train hospitality staff to ensure a culture of high quality
                         service delivery.
Requirements/Pre-        tourism     must    involve    communities     and   previously




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conditions for success      disadvantaged groups;
                            the general environment must be both safe and stable;
                            the industry must be competitive and offer quality
                            services and value for money;
                            the industry must be demand-driven, innovative and
                            responsive to changing consumer needs;
                            attention must be given to training and education for
                            tourism;
                            creative and aggressive marketing and promotion must
                            be undertaken;
                            economic linkages must be developed;
                            appropriate institutional structures must be put in place;
                            and
                            land development must be done in such a way that it
                            does not harm the tourism sector.
Detail regarding spatial Areas in which tourism should be focused, include:
dimension                of the Sterkfontein Caves (Cradle of humankind);
intervention                the Krugersdorp game reserve;
                            Magaliesburg (Ubuntu Craft Centre) Ha-Mogale;
                            the First Gold Mine (Bloubank);
                            Magaliesburg (Magalies Meander);
                            the Paardekraal Monuments;
                            Krugersdorp Museum;
                            the Craft Centre at Muldersdrift;
                            Oldest House in the City of Mogale (Commissioner St 5);
                            CBD Krugersdorp;
                            the Magaliesburg Area;
                            Kagiso Township; and
                            Munsieville Township.




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7.2   SMME

Potential   Projects   and Positive discrimination:
Programmes                  In terms of this approach the municipality will formulate
                            and actively pursue measures that would support LED,
                            and more specifically the SMME-sector. The municipality
                            could:
                            set aside, or provide specific areas/sites as market
                            places for the sale of goods produced by the SMMEs;
                            improve access to domestic and international markets
                            by setting up “selling organisations” or market offices;
                            provide incentives to larger firms that buy from small
                            firms;
                            provide better operating premises where required;
                            build partnerships between local government and the
                            private    sector,     promoting     private    investment       and
                            assisting in the provision of finances to SMMEs;
                            ensure that the public sector buys from small firms;
                            provide    tax    incentives   and    financial      “rewards”    to
                            successful small firms;
                            build links between small suppliers and large firms in
                            the municipality and the region, as well as in overseas
                            countries;
                            start a “Buy Mogale”-strategy with a distinct focus on
                            the goods and services produced by SMMEs in the
                            municipal area;
                            initiate   capacity-building    through        the   provision    of
                            training, information (including information on tenders),
                            advisory services and assistance;
                            breed an entrepreneurial culture at school level through
                            competitions (as is already done in many schools);
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the public;
assist the operators in the sector in setting up an
association of sorts to represent them in matters that
affect them and to lobby for causes that will facilitate
their business; and
provide assistance in the setting up of co-operation
networks between SMMEs, so as to enable them to
compete in wider area.


Active neutrality:
In terms of this approach the Municipality would not
take any measure to intervene in support of SMMEs or
on behalf of the sector, but would make sure that all
restrictive measures and red tape are removed so as to
support the SMME sector. Some of these measures that
the local government could pursue are to:
earmark certain parts of its municipal area for mixed
land use, treating applications for SMME land uses in
such areas in a favourable light;
being sympathetic to the needs of SMMEs in the
application of council regulations and town planning
rules and requirements;
doing an audit of the current local regulatory framework
and remove all unnecessary hindrances on SMME-
establishment, leaving a minimum set of measures in
place;
providing for an “SMME Impact Assessment” in all
policy, plan and strategy formulation exercises whereby
all   such    measures   would   need   to   be   tested   in
accordance with their impact        on SMMEs       prior to
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                            negotiating        favourable       rates        and/or        lending
                            policies/regimes       from      banks   that        operate   in   the
                            municipal area; and
                            ensuring that small firms are addressed in all local
                            government plans and policies.
Requirements/Pre-           SMMEs could thrive in Mogale city if the following are
conditions for success      done:
                            clear policy guidelines from Council regarding type and
                            locality of specific categories of SMMEs are set;
                            financial support to create infrastructure conducive to
                            the development of SMMEs is provided;
                            training      facilities   are    created       to     enhance      the
                            management and operational skills of small, micro and
                            medium entrepreneurs; and
                            mentorship for especially emerging entrepreneurs in the
                            micro enterprise sector is provided.


Detail regarding spatial Areas that need to be targeted for SMME-development
dimension                of are:
intervention                Leratong;
                            Rietvallei;
                            Muldersdrftt; and
                            The CBD.



7.3   Housing

Potential   Projects   and The following projects and programmes can be pursued:
Programmes                  Identify pockets of land for development within the
                            urban edge and in full consideration of the existing
                            infrastructure backlog;
                            Formalise informal housing areas through appropriate
                            legislation;


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                     Facilitate a process of formalising land rights and
                     provision of tenure security with the Department of Land
                     Affairs;
                     Co-ordinate        and   facilitate   applications   for   housing
                     subsidies;
                     Market land for high income housing with property
                     developers;
                     Consolidate land use management regulations and
                     legislation in the rural areas to streamline administrative
                     processes.
                     Do a comprehensive geo-technical study to determine
                     which lands cannot be developed.
Challenges           The prospect of a large influx of people from other areas
                     when it becomes known that Mogale City has land
                     available for settlement.


                     Ensuring that the no to low income areas become viable
                     entities in which the communities enjoy a good quality
                     of life and (can) pay for their services.


                     Dolomatic & Ecologically sensitive areas that are limiting
                     Housing development as highlighted in SoER & EMF


Pre-conditions   for Clear guidance on preferred and strategic localities for
success              housing developments;
                     Ensure investor confidence;
                     Pro-active role of council in terms of identifying land and
                     localities for development;
                     Strong co-ordination and facilitation role for council;
                     Take into account financial implications for council and
                     residents     in     terms     of     land,   development     and




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                         maintenance and long term affordability;
                         Strategically      decide    on     the   utilisation   of   council
                         contributions and consider both the short and long term
                         financial implications for council in creating quality
                         settlements;
                         Sustainability of housing developments;
                         Avoid ad hoc housing development and ensure synergy
                         in    terms   of    existing      infrastructure   (services    and
                         transport) and social and economic opportunities;
                         Consistent decisions and procedures from Council;
                         Strategically consider alternatives in terms of types of
                         housing, use of subsidies, social housing, quality of
                         structures, etc.;
                         Take cognisance of the locality, scale and image of
                         housing projects and the impact of the projects on the
                         image of the city, tourism and other potential income
                         generating opportunities; and
                         Support the use of local labour and contractors in
                         housing construction.
Detail regarding spatial Muldersdrift area:
dimension             of Identify small pockets of land for low income housing,
intervention             integrated into the area;
                         Reserve prime land for high income housing;
                         Utilise opportunity for integrating the segregated city;
                         and
                         Ensure    that      the     various    housing     segments     are
                         harmonised well to avoid sterilising the area for income
                         generating development;
                         Provide adequate infrastructure services.
                         Rural Areas (Magaliesburg):
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potential of the area is minimised;
Ensure that upgrading of services can be done in an
economically viable way.
Central Business District:
Consider   providing    alternative   housing    options   for
medium income housing;
Utilise the opportunity to redevelop under- utilised office
blocks for residential purposes;
Ensure     that     engineering    services     and    social,
recreational, education etc. services are adequate; and
Involve business chamber/s.
South of old Krugersdorp:
Identify pockets of land suitable for development;
Commission        once-off   geo-technical      analysis   to
determine the location of no-go mining land; and
Utilise the opportunity to integrate the segregated city.
Consider the following areas for high-income housing:
along Hendrik Potgieter;
at the intersection of Hendrik Potgieter and the R28;
and
in the vicinity of the new Casino development on the
R28.




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7.4   Spatial

Potential Projects and Develop         an   incentive   scheme   to   attract   suitable
Programmes                investors.


                          Commission a study into perceptions of the West Rand
                          and Mogale City and ways of addressing negative
                          views/images.


                          Develop a new land use management system for the
                          whole municipal area of Mogale City.
Challenges                The following are regarded as the main challenges:
                          The prevailing negative Perception/image of Mogale City.
                          Inadequate road links to the south & east.
                          Integration of Kagiso & “the old Krugersdorp”.
Supporting   Tools   and The Gauteng Urban Edge as structuring element.
Measures
                          Providing incentives for selected land uses and localities,
                          such as:
                          Property tax-pinning;
                          Waiving bulk service contributions;
                          Reduced municipal charges;
                          Providing inexpensive, serviced land; and
                          Fast-tracking land development applications.


                          Facilitating higher densities through creative use of the
                          housing subsidy system


                          Making provision for informal activities in the land use
                          management system.
Detail regarding spatial Areas deserving special attention are:




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dimension              of The CBD;
intervention              Existing Industrial & office areas;
                          The Lerathong corridor;
                          Muldersdrift area: demand-driven housing and tourism;
                          Casino area: tourism, retail, demand-driven housing;
                          The R28/Hendrik Potgieter “‘node”: demand- driven
                          housing;
                          Alongside Hendrik Potgieter: demand-driven housing;
                          Magalies and rural areas: tourism;
                          The World Heritage site and surroundings: tourism;
                          South of former Krugersdorp: needs-driven housing; and
                          Kagiso, Munsieville: needs-driven housing and tourism.




5.4.8. Alignment

The Mogale City LED Strategy will be aligned to the IDP and therefore be subject
to constant monitoring and review in consultation with stakeholders. The Strategy
will further be aligned to the following sectoral plans to ensure the success thereof:


      Spatial Development Framework
      Environmental Management Framework
      Water Services Plan
      Integrated Transport Plan
      Housing Strategy
      Financial Management Plan


The strategy will additionally be aligned to the LED strategies of the following:


      City of Johannesburg (Specifically in relation to Regions 1,3,5, 6 and 9);
      City of Tswane
      Randfontein LM;



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Merafong City LM;
West Rand District Municipality;
Madibeng LM;
Gauteng Provincial LED Strategy




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  5.5 INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT


5.5.1 STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT REPORT

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
State of Environment Report

Mogale City Local Municipality (MCLM) protects, conserves and improves all
elements of the environment in its Jurisdiction including water and other natural
resources, through robust, integrated systems and judicious
decision-making that advances sustainable development for all its citizens.
MCLM vision, 2002



BACKGROUND

This City State of the Environment Report was commissioned by the Mogale City
Local Municipality (MCLM) and compiled by Strategic
Environmental Focus (SEF). The Mogale Integrated Development Plan (IDP), 2002
formed an important basis for the formulation of this
document.


The IDP identifies environmental stability as one of its key strategic priorities,
addressing environmental awareness, preserving heritage and cultural sites,
promoting parks, fauna and flora, effectively managing waste and pollution and
developing relevant legislation and regulations to protect the environment. It is the
aim of this report to assist in achieving these strategic priorities.


The main objectives of a State of the Environment Report are to:
State of the Environment Report for Mogale City Local Municipality, Gauteng
Prepared by Strategic Environmental Focus Page 2




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Increase awareness and understanding of environmental trends and conditions and
their causes and consequences among all stakeholders;
Provide a foundation for improved decision making at all levels, from the individual
to national governments, as well as international organisations; and facilitate the
measurement of progress towards sustainability. Making the information available
on the Internet allows the information to be more easily accessible and also allows
city comparison at a global level.


A SOER can also form the basis to a Strategic Environmental Assessment.
The reporting system, which was used, reports on each theme in terms of cause,
what the current status is, and what is being done or should be done to alleviate
environmental problems which impact on human health and quality of life. This
approach is called, Pressure – State – Response.


Some of the most important themes that emerged from this SoER are the
following:


The Natural Environment
    • Air quality
    • Water quality and quantity
    • Habitat and Biodiversity
    • Geomorphology


The Built Environment
    • Agriculture, Housing, Industrial, Mining
    • Open Space
    • Cultural Heritage
    • Infrastructure


Socio Economic Environment
    • Local Economy
    • Health


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    • Education
    • Safety and Security
    • Governance
    • Tourism


In compiling this SoER, the municipality joins five other cities in South Africa who
have also compiled their SoER, and have therefore responded to Agenda 21, which
calls for improved environmental information for decision making. The closing
paragraph of the "Local Government Declaration", delivered during the recent
World Summit on Sustainable Development, states the following: "We live in an
increasingly interconnected world. The local and the global are intertwined. Local
Government cannot afford to be insular and inward-looking. Fighting poverty,
exclusion and environmental decay is a moral issue, but also one of self-interest.
Ten years after Rio, it is time for action by all spheres of government, all partners.
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5.5.2 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK (EMF)


The Mogale City EMF is a decision support tool that aims to pro-actively identify
areas of potential conflict between development proposals and critical/sensitive
environments. It has been directly informed by the Mogale City SoER and MCLM
IDP.


The Mogale City EMF is GIS-based product. A complex methodology was developed
to assess the value/importance of land in MCLM. For this purpose, land categories
were mapped using a nomenclature of thirty classes. The land categories utilised
for the Mogale City EMF are a combination of land cover and land use. In order to
assess the value of land categories, an Importance Rating (IR) system was
developed. The intention of the IR rating is to highlight specific aspects of land
categories that are important when managing EIA applications and making
strategic planning decisions. A variety of criteria were selected to determine the
importance of land categories within the MCLM area in terms of their heritage,
agricultural, social, infrastructural and ecological values (see below).



Importance Rating (IR)              Criteria
Heritage IR
Agricultural IR
Social IR                           Public Amenity Value
                                    Community Land Use Preference
                                    Economic Value
                                    Visual Absorption Capacity
Infrastructural IR                  Major Pollution Sources
                                    Development Suitability
                                    Essential Services
Ecological IR                       Floral Biodiversity
                                    Faunal Biodiversity
                                    Disturbance
                                    Circularity Ratio
                                    Ecological Function
                                    Ecological Sensitivity
                                    Connectivity
                                    Conservation of Biodiversity Status
                                    Ridges
                                    Protected Areas


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Public participation formed an integral component in drawing up the Mogale City
EMF. It was conducted in such a way as to involve as many potential interested
and affected people as possible. The process comprised a Public Open Day, a
series of Focus Group Meetings and a questionnaire. All comments received and
issues raised from the public participation exercise have been incorporated into the
Mogale City EMF where possible.


The final product comprises a report accompanied by a GIS tool and a set of
management guidelines. The user of the final product will be able to determine the
ranking of each of the IR categories for a particular land parcel in the GIS. After
completing the “Development Application Checklist”, the user will access the
relevant management guidelines from the interactive “Management Guideline
Tool”.


MCLM has responded positively to sustainable development challenges by initiating
the Mogale City EMF. The Mogale City EMF provides municipality\ with a point of
departure not only for assessing development applications but, at a larger scale,
the opportunity to incorporate various environmental provisions into policies. The
implementation   of   these   policies   should   lead   to   improved   environmental
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5.5.3 MOGALE CITY OPEN SPACE PROJECT


Strategic Environmental Focus (SEF) was appointed by the Mogale City Local
Municipality to undertake the creation of an Urban Open Space System for the
Directorate for Integrated Environmental Management of Mogale City Local
Municipality. This process is captured as a Sector Plan in Mogale City’s Integrated
Development Plan for 2003/2004.


The city’s green spaces are a unique and vital part of its urban structure, as are
open spaces for any city throughout the world. Open spaces are critical
components of our basic infrastructure, just like roads, telecommunications and
housing. They are an attractive and economic means of meeting a wide range of
social and environmental needs.


Many city planners over the last couple of years have become increasingly
interested and knowledgeable about the importance of utilising all existing
vegetated lands within the city landscape as open space areas. This realisation has
partially been a result of planners identifying the role that these areas can play in
terms of flood attenuation and reducing air pollution, water contamination, health
risks, heat, noise and excessive wind (An Introduction to Sustainable Urban
Greening   Strategies   For   Local   Government   and   Partnerships   With   Local
Government, Undated).


A greening strategy for Mogale needs to address open space standards, as these
are required to act as guidelines in the Local Integrated Development Plans (IDP)
planning and decision making process. Public open spaces do and will continue to
play a crucial role in the history of Mogale. They will be among the few places left
in the urban environment in their natural or landscaped form for future
generations to enjoy. However, for them to remain as green areas, they are going
to need protection against development pressure, and thus the need to develop
standards that may identify differential importance. This will ensure that these
areas remain functional for whatever purpose they are/were designed.


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The absence of a comprehensive policy framework or guideline document for the
protection, management and optimization of open space areas can result in the
ongoing loss of valuable resources. Mogale City Local Municipality has realised this
and has thus initiated the process of identifying all open spaces within the Mogale
urban edge. Once this preliminary study has been completed and the MCLM has
identified where all the open spaces are and what their ownership and zoning is,
the council will have an accurate GIS database from which they will be able to
formulate open space management strategies that are in line with the principles of
sustainable development as set out in Local Agenda 21.


MCLM has further realised that the lack of such plans can impact negatively on the
future planning of its urban environment and other planning processes, such as
the formulation of Integrated Development Plans (IDP), which have previously not
been adequately informed by open space considerations. In addition, assessments
regarding impacts of new developments on open spaces are largely being
undertaken on an ad-hoc basis without being contextualised within a broader open
space network. Therefore, it is essential that open space systems should form an
important and integral part of and inform both the Local Integrated Development
Plans (LIDP) and Strategic Development Framework (SDF), encouraging the
effective management of Mogale City’s natural resources in a way that will
promote sustainable development.


MCLM have thus requested the assistance of SEF to create an up to date database
and GIS map of all existing open spaces within the urban edge. This phase of the
Mogale Urban Open Spaces project has largely been a desktop study that has
included the assistance of various people from the MCLM for the purposes of the
open spaces within the study area. To ensure that this product does not become
another document and tool that is not utilised, it is suggested that the next phase
include policy suggestions and management guidelines for Mogale’s open spaces
that draw on national and international experience in preserving these precious
resources.


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The identification of open spaces for this phase of the Mogale Urban Open Space
(MCUOS) project required that GIS data from a wide and varied number of sources
be used to build a complex overall GIS open space system for the Mogale city
area. Although the best available GIS datasets were used, the accuracy of the
spatial information is not always guaranteed. This is particularly evident with the
erven dataset that was sourced from the municipality that has been used as a GIS
layer to assist in the calculation of statistics, such as the total amount of open
space zoned as residential. As such, the results obtained are not 100% accurate,
but are as accurate as they can be with current datasets.


The study area of approximately 10317.032ha is defined by the urban edge of
Mogale City Local Municipality (Figure 1). This area was increased by 1404.335ha
by adding a two-kilometre buffer around the urban edge. Open spaces within the
urban edge and within a 2 kilometre buffer of the urban edge were captured and
investigated, with the intention of maintaining a linked Metropolitan Open Space
System (MOSS), even as the urban edge boundary is revised to accommodate
future development needs. The urban edge represents the maximum permissible
extent of urban development at the present time, the determination of which takes
as the point of departure the existing extent of this development. Urban edges are
demarcated through sub-regional and local planning, with the aim to establish a
clear urban growth boundary that has legal or statutory standing.


Statistical findings for the six open space categories.



OPEN SPACE CATEGORY                   AREA (ha)           % OF TOTAL AREA

Ecological                            3927.241            80%
Social                                248.46              5%
Institutional                         391.916             8%
Heritage                              19.236              0.4%
Agricultural                          193.941             4%
Prospective                           119.559             2.4%
Total                                 4900.353            100%



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Mogale City has a very high open space to residential/ industrial/ commercial
ration, which is in excess of 48%. The generally accepted benchmark for Town
Planners in South Africa is at least 10%. This provides great opportunities for open
space conservation and development. The topography of the area within the urban
edge plays a pertinent role in the extent of open space in Mogale City. Steep cliffs
and ridges as well as waterways are unsuitable to development and has been cast
aside for public open space.


This initial Phase of the MCUOS has resulted in and open space system for Mogale
City, based on a precautionary ‘catch all’ approach, ensuring that all existing open
spaces are captured and taken into account during the initial development of this
MOSS. This product therefore allows Mogale City Local Municipality to work with
the product and identify areas in which they would like to refine the product in
subsequent phases to this project.


As an outflow of this project the following now needs to be addressed:


Involvement of stakeholders at all levels within all communities of Mogale.
An urban greening strategy that identifies priority open space that require
attention, including those areas that form part of the prospective open space
category. Forging partnerships between the public and private sector to ensure the
implementation of the urban greening strategy. Ascribing costs and responsibility
to the urban greening strategy. The identification of a set of natural assets, from
which performance indicators can be determined and measured over time.


Once the above factors have been addressed then the MCUOS will be:


A tool, which can be used to ensure that development, takes place in a sustainable
manner. Mogale City officials will be able to use it to ensure that areas of high
conservation value are kept as open spaces for conservation purposes. There will
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being viewed as waste lands. There will be a common goal between officials,
residents and developers for each of the open spaces that have been identified.


Until such time as the above steps have been carried out and Mogale City has
received public input, it is strongly recommended that permission for development
in those areas with high connectivity and within the ecological open spaces is
withheld, as these are the ecologically sensitive “green” open spaces of the MOSS.
It would further be advisable that development of the “connecting” supplementary
open spaces be avoided, as far as this is possible, as these areas form vital links
between the ecological open spaces and hence have a potential to play an
important part in the open space network. The Mayoral Committee has
nonetheless decided in principle on 18 September 2003 that the Municipality
should no longer permit the sale of public open spaces for development.




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5.5.4 CRADLE OF HUMANKIND WORLD HERITAGE SITE – INTEGRATED
      MANAGEMENT PLAN


1     Introduction:

The Cradle of Humankind was declared a World Heritage Site in December 1999,
together with Robben Island and the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park.


In Gauteng, the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (hereafter COH-WHS) is
one of the Province’s “Blue IQ” projects. In other words, it has been identified as
one of ten special projects of the Provincial Government, designed to maximise
jobs in the area and to stimulate economic development. The economy of this area
does not currently provide full employment for residents and work seekers. It is
believed that if government carefully invests in bulk public infrastructure and
works with the private sector in marketing initiatives to attract domestic and
international tourists, there could be a significant increase in benefits to the local
community.


In terms of the World Heritage Convention Act, every WHS Authority must prepare
and implement an integrated management plan (hereafter IMP) to ensure the
protection and management of the World Heritage Site concerned in a manner
consistent with the objectives and principles of the Act. The document, Cradle of
Humankind – towards a Management Plan, DACEL 2000, proposes a vision and
lists the principles and objectives that drive the project.



2     Purpose of the IMP for the COH-WHS:

“To achieve an acceptable balance in the World Heritage Site between the
conservation of cultural and natural resources, access, education and scientific
research, the interests of those living and working in the Area, and its use for the
economic and social benefit of the population at large, within the framework of the
World Heritage Convention.” (Cradle of Humankind –towards a Management Plan,
DACEL 2000).


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3       Process:

GDACEL and the Office of the MEC is driving the whole process.


4       Situation Analysis:

       Strengths – Tourism & Economic growth
       Weaknesses – WRDM & MCLM full involvement
       Opportunities – Tourism; SMME empowerment
       Threats – Policy implementation – uniform application by GDACEL for
        development


5       Development Rationale

Covered already under (2.2).


6       Key Strategic Objectives:


The Objectives of the IMP are aimed at protecting and preserving the scientific,
natural and cultural assets of the site and of managing the site for the benefit of
all.


Key objectives, of particular relevance to development, management and activities
within the COH-WHS are:


       To preserve identified paleontology and paleo-anthropology sites
       To protect the Iron Age and Stone Age relics and other archaeology and rock
        art sites
       To promote scientific research
       To promote educational and learning opportunities
       To facilitate appropriate access strategies
       To integrate, coordinate and optimize the sustainable use of resources
       To develop a coordinated interpretation strategy
       To provide new and upgraded business opportunities
       To provide a tourist attraction of international and national significance


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       To provide a tourist attraction of local significance
       To provide skills training and capacity building particularly within the local
        community


7       Projects/Programmes for 2003/04:

To be confirmed with GDACEL.


8       Alignment:

The sector plans for the Directorate: Integrated Environmental Management are all
aligned with the IMP for the COH-WHS.




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5.5.5 DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR MCLM


1     Introduction:

All Local Authorities will be forced by the Disaster Management Act to play a much
more proactive and leading role with regard to the integration of Disaster
Management in the Integrated Development Planning processes. For this purpose,
knowledgeable capacity, competency and commitment at Local Authority level – as
a support function for other lead agents (i.e. relevant Government Departments) –
is considered crucially important to ensure environmental, social & economic
sustainability.


The impact of unsustainable development, global warming, and the El Nino/La Nina
phenomena now reached the stage where the world could no longer simply talk
about sustainable development, but procedures & mechanisms must be put in
place in order to ensure real sustainability and avoid disasters through proper
planning.


It is significant that the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 in section
26 identifies disaster management plan as a “core component” of the IDP.
Disaster management legislation in South Africa will therefore compel all three
spheres of government to focus on prevention and mitigation measures.        It will
challenge in particular municipalities to plan and commit resources. This would be
done with the view to reduce the vulnerability of our people.    Municipalities are
compelled by section 28(g) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000
to regard disaster management plans as a core element of its IDP’s.       Disaster
management has become an essential part of the rebuilding and development of
and the disaster management legislation will pose specific challenges to all three
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2     Purpose of the DMP for MCLM

The Directorate: Integrated Environmental Management has been appointed by
the Municipal Manager to coordinate & facilitate Disaster Management in MCLM.
Although the accountability of Disaster Management as a regional function lies with
the WRDM, assistance is provided on request, or in cases where resources
(equipment, manpower and knowledgeable capacity) are needed.


MCLM has its own challenges with regard to Disaster Management, especially
where communities have to be evacuated due to natural disasters (e.g. Orient Hills
& Vlakplaats).   Several sinkholes have also been reported in close proximity to
those communities situated on dolomites (e.g. Le Grange Brick Yard).      Evictions
also add to the challenges that MCLM face (e.g. Rietfontein; Zwartkops; White
Stones; etc.) where affected communities had to be accommodated and provided
with essential services.



3     Process:

Diagrammatically the process could be depicted as follows:


                                       IDP

                                      Social
                                   Vulnerability
                                       Plan

                                   Directorate
                                      Public
                                     Safety
                                    (WRDM)

                                     Mission
                                    Statement

                 Pro-active                              Reactive
                 Objectives                             Objectives




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                     Activities                                     Activities
                                              Budget


           Goals                  Methods                  Goals                 Methods

                                            Performance
                                            Management


4       Situation Analysis:

       Strengths – Competent staff to handle the situation
       Weaknesses – Availability of funds to address the Assessment Report
       Opportunities – Enter into Co-operation agreements with the WRDM to
        conduct certain specialist functions; to co-fund projects/procurement of
        equipment; partial training needs to be accommodated by the WRDM at no
        costs to MCLM
       Threats – Limited support from Commerce & Industry; high prices of
        specialised    services     (i.e.   toxic    &   chemical   spills)   and   equipment;
        unpredictability of weather patterns (flood; hail; wind) that could affect poor
        communities with limited available services; Limited staff for back-up & relief
        purposes)


5       Development Rationale:

Already covered under (5.5.3.1) & (5.5.3.2).


6       Key Strategic Objectives:

       Visibly and recognizably carry the banner of effective disaster management
        — promoting and realizing prevention and mitigation;
       Mobilise local stakeholders, with the assistance of regional and provincial
        resources, into effective, efficient and assertive teams preventing and
        mitigating    the   consequences        of    environmental    degradation,    disease,
        infrastructural decline, social crime, escalating occurrences of devastating




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        fires, flooding, the abuse of hazardous materials and the persistent eroding
        of the social fibre of our society;
       Manage outcomes rather than simply conducting and communicating risk
        and vulnerability assessments;
       Improve     awareness    and   capacity     levels   within   communities   turning
        vulnerable communities into robust communities.


7       Projects/Programmes for 2003/04:

       To purchase nine tents for temporary housing & shelter
       To purchase a generator and pump to supply limited electricity and water to
        affected communities;
       To purchase storage tanks for water – for affected communities;
       To purchase mobile toilets for affected communities in order to prevent
        pollution


8       Alignment:

This strategic initiative is in line with the Environmental Stability Strategic
Objective of Mogale City.       It is therefore in line with the Council’s vision and
strategic direction.


This is a challenge for MCLM to plan for and commit resources to risk reductions
measures with the view to reduce the vulnerability of our people — and in
particular those marginalized communities, which cannot recover from disasters
themselves.




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5.5.6 Urban Greening Strategy


1. Introduction                                                                        Formatted: Bullets and Numbering



The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry is currently, in cooperation with the
Institute of Environment and Recreation Management, leading the establishment of
a strategic framework for urban greening in the Gauteng Province. The Sub-
Directorate of Parks is represented in the steering committee.


Urban Greening aims to improve the quality of life of urban residents. The positive
impact of a green urban environment on residents is seen across sociological,
health, economical and political spheres, which leaves it to be an undisputable
necessity. It is unfortunately the poor, who make up the majority of urban
populations, whose residential areas are most lacking in terms of urban greenery.
This is largely attributed to poor planning and inequitable access to resources
resultant from a legacy of apartheid.


Given the numbers and needs of the lower income population, it is imperative that
they play a central role in planning and implementing urban greening and become
architects in the heritage they will leave for future generations. The mandate given
to Local Authorities for urban greening implementation is prominent in various
national policies and legislation and leaves no justifiable grounds for non-
compliance.


South Africa has been a signatory of the Rio Declaration on Environment and
Development (1992). The Internationally endorsed Agenda 21 captures the
principles of the Rio conference in a practical set of recommendations for
sustainable development. Most of the problems and solutions addressed by Agenda
21 have their roots in local activities. It was therefore highlighted that that the
cooperation and participation of local authorities will be a determining factor in
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It is therefore necessary that Mogale City aligns itself with national directives and
includes urban greening in its Integrated Development Plan.


2. Purpose                                                                               Formatted: Bullets and Numbering



The purpose of this sector plan is to set about a platform from which a strategic
framework for the implementation for urban greening in Mogale City can be
formulated.


3. Compilation of process                                                                Formatted: Bullets and Numbering



        Phase one will involve the identification of key priority areas through GIS     Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

         system, consultation with stakeholders to gather information, determining
         specific needs and identification of stakeholders and responsible parties.
        Phase two will focus on the formulation of an Urban Greening Plan based on
         the feedback of phase one.
        Phase three will be the implementation phase where urban greening can take
         effect.
        Phase four will ensure the maintenance, monitoring and evaluation of urban
         greening.
        Running concurrently with this process will be the review and alignment of
         policies and By-Laws with the urban greening plan.


4.       Situation analysis

Strengths:
        Operational Municipal Nursery                                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        GIS system enabled with open space data as handy decision-making
        Resource.
        Well established parks and natural areas available to the residents of Mogale
         City.
        A keen focus towards urban greening among top management.
        A complete Environmental Management Framework.
Weaknesses:



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        Lack of an urban greening strategy                                                Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        Limited experience and exposure to urban greening concepts among
         horticulturists.
        Limited environmental awareness in local community.
        Shortage of human and capital resources.


Opportunities:
        Ensure equitable access to green resources in a sustainable manner though         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

         reasonable policies and by-laws.
        Upgrade former ‘black townships’ to the same standard and quality of former
         ‘white areas’ and doing away with the racial, socio-economic and political
         divide of the past.
        To improve the living environment of all Mogale City residents by improving
         the natural environment.
        Educate the community about the value of urban greening through
         constructive programs.
        For Mogale City to align itself with national and provincial initiatives and to
         be a leader rather that a follower in the field.


Threats:
        That urban greening tends to receive the smallest portion of the budget and       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

         is rated least important due to ignorance.
        Lack of urban greening leads to environmental degradation, devaluation of
         open spaces and socio-economic downfall of the urban environment.


5.       Development Rationale

The Bill of Rights as reflected in our constitution provides for all South Africans to
have an environment that is not harmful to their health or well-being and that is
protected from degradation. It should be a key priority for Local Government to
ensure that the urban areas where people reside are greened and developed so
that amenity value is added to their living environment. This forms the rationale
behind Urban Greening.


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6.       Key Strategic Objectives

The objective of this plan is in line with Mogale City’s strategic objectives of which
the most relevant are;


        To create an environment where people want to live and invest.                         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        To ensure a sustainable quality of life for its residents


This plan will certainly drive Mogale City, in collaboration with other efforts,
towards achieving these objectives as is captured in the City’s vision.


7.       Projects

Parks Development and Food Gardens are sub-categories of urban greening and
are funded in the 2003/2004 capital budget with R1’000’000 and R170’000
respectively. No significant provision has been made for the purchasing of trees for
sidewalks though and this needs to be addressed in future budgets.


These projects are summarised as follows:


7.1 Parks Development
7.1.1 Aim of the Project


The main aim of the project is to create a beautiful urban environment which
improves the living condition of Mogale City’s residents and which provides the
necessary      recreational   facilities,   that   promotes   relaxation   and   recreational
behaviour. This is in line with the Council’s vision and mission for Mogale City.


7.1.2 Objectives of the project
        To procure all necessary services through the MCLM procurement procedure.              Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        To upgrade existing park facilities in Kagiso 1 and Munsieville.
        To provide more street trees throughout Mogale City with main focus on
         Main Routes.


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      To appoint a Landscape Architect to assist with the Parks development
       project.
      To secure existing parks and open spaces where security has become a
       major concern
      To provide more secure shelters for animals at the animal farm as required
       by the Performing Animals Protection Act, Act 24 of 1935.
      To improve infrastructure at the animal farm that will be conducive to
       increased visits.
      To fence the remainder of the park on Johan Jonker roadside for it to be
       safer and to allow access control.

7.1.3 Benefits


      Better parks infrastructure meeting the recreational needs of its residents.    Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

      An improved environment leading to healthier residents, better climate and
       aesthetically appealing facilities and an improved face-value of Mogale City.
      Well-maintained and improved infrastructure capable of absorbing increased
       demand.
      A boost in tourism attraction.
      Job creation and possible economic growth.


7.2 Food Gardens
7.2.1 Aim of the Project
Food gardens links up directly with four of the major cornerstones of community
development as; health, education and training, economic development and job
creation.
To get involved in community development programmes to the importance of
sound partnerships, not only with words but with deeds, as well as the important
role of food gardens as tool to promote the upliftment of quality of life.
To provide food to the poor, unemployed people, especially woman from previously
disadvantaged areas with the necessary resources to produce food for them and
perhaps even provide and income.



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7.2.2 Objectives of the Project
        Procurement as per MCLM procurement policy                                     Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        Identify beneficiaries (Social Development)
        Identify suitable land.
        Assist with land preparation.
        Assist with training
        Provide water and irrigation – boreholes preferable.
        Provide seedlings and seed to communities.
        Erection of green houses and shade netting structures.


7.2.3 Benefits
        The food gardens at Kagiso 9 and Munsieville has literally grabbed the         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

         attention of an enormous amount of people and groups. The existing food
         gardens is very special to all, and holds a wonderful message of
         development as far as the community is concerned
        Providing a food security base for poor communities.
        Involving women, children and schools. Effective co-operation and uniformity
         between MCLM, the community, NGO groups and schools.
        Fighting the impact of malnutrition.
        Establishing a sense of belonging and self worth in communities especially
         with aids victims.
        Developing the skills of communities.
        Instilling the calming psychological influence of gardening on people.
        Better utilization of open spaces and therefore reducing illegal dumping and
         the spreading of weeds.




8.       Alignment

The Urban Open Spaces Project had informed the SDF and EMF. The Urban Open
Space Project would inform the Urban Greening Strategy. Furthermore, the Precint


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Plans and other developments would be informed by the Urban Greening Strategy.
It is also of paramount importance that Town Planning and housing projects are
aligned with the Urban Greening Strategy in that a holistic approach is followed
during such planning processes.




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5.5.57. Integrated Waste Management



5.5.57.1 WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

1.       Introduction

Increase in waste generation is an inevitable consequence of development and
must be systematically managed in order to conserve resources and protect the
Environment (DWAF, 1997). The lack of proper waste management services
results in pollution of the air, land and fresh water systems, and subsequently
disruption of ecosystem processes, habitat destruction and species loss. It also has
negative impact on people’s health. It is therefore imperative to provide a
sustainable refuse collection, transportation and disposal service to all businesses
and residential areas within Mogale City. However in line with the Polokwane
Declaration, waste generated within Mogale City has been reduced by 20% since
2002.


2.       Purpose

     The purposes of the waste management services are the following
        A daily refuse removal service is provided for businesses as per request and
         need.
        A weekly refuse collection, transportation and subsequent disposal service
         provided to all premises.
        A street sweeping and litter picking service to clean main routes in and
         around business is being provided.
        A cleaning service to clear all illegal dumping on the Municipality owned land
         on a regular basis.
        Vacuum tanks services




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3.       Process:

The waste management services are provided for, on an on-going basis to
residents and businesses within urban areas of Mogale City, however, a phased
approach would be instituted to address Rural Areas as a job creation programme.
Currently, 90% of waste management service is being provided for and the 10%
would be rolled out in FY 2004/2005.


Other specific projects related to the provision of this service are illustrated below:
        Provision of mass containers: an on-doing process
        Provision of pavement bins: an on-going process
        240l bin Project: A phased process is being followed where all premises in
         the urban areas (newly developed areas) would be supplied with 240L bins
         for refuse removal. The process will also unfold in the rural areas during the
         2005/2006 financial year.
        Replacement Waste Management fleet and purchasing new vehicles: This will
         be a on-going process to be guided by the proposed Fleet Management
         Strategy


4.       Situation Analysis

The strengths of this Section include:
        The existence of a well-motivated work force.
        Institutionalisation of legal requirements
The main weaknesses are the following:
        Lack of appropriate equipment and vehicles in view of poor replacement of
         vehicles and equipment
        Shortage of personnel that is able to deliver.
        Financial and Human Resources
        Poor status of some fleet
        Old By-Laws




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Many opportunities exist:
        Income generation through proper billing system of the refuse bins,
         improvement of the container services, opening washbay for public use
        Littering and illegal dumping reduction through awareness programmes,
         clean-up campaigns and provision of pavement litter bins and provision of
         drop-off   facilities   while   the   most   important   challenge   remains   the
         commitment to extend the full service to all rural areas.


The main threat to this service is that, because of poor equipment and vehicles,
the service cannot be executed satisfactorily with the resultant frustrated
customers. Furthermore, co-operation from Environmental Health with regard to
follow-up’s of By-Laws.



5.       Development Rationale

To achieve a satisfactory and sustainable Waste Management Service for all
residents/businesses and clients of Mogale City.


6.       Key Strategic Objectives

This Section’s key objective is to contribute in achieving the vision of Mogale City,
particularly with regard to the provision of a clean and safe environment for
everyone and in line with the Strategic Objective – Environmental stability.


7.       Projects

        Purchasing pavement litter bins and no dumping signage
        Purchasing of 240l bins
        Landfill Management - Permitting & Construction of Luipaardsvlei Landfill &
         Magaliesburg Landfill Sites
        Placement of fleet and equipment [Refuse Removal Trucks etc.
        Purchase mass refuse containers
        Fit satellite tracking system to all vehicles



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8.   Alignment

This sector plan makes up a part of the MCLM IDP as a whole and is in line with
IWMP’s, WRDM and all National & Provincial Legislation/Policies.




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5.5.5.25.5.7.2       LANDFILL MANAGEMENT                                                Formatted: Bullets and Numbering



1.       Introduction

Mogale City Local Municipality presently operates two landfill sites in which non-
hazardous solid waste is disposed; the Luipaardsvlei Landfill Site and the
Magaliesburg Landfill Site. It is a fact that the amount of waste produced places
increasing pressure on the landfills where the waste is discarded. Increasing
amounts of land set aside for landfills could lead to further habitat destruction and
species loss. However, it is also a fact that due to expanding economy, increased
production of goods together with expanding population, more waste is generated
and it is therefore necessary to have a place to dispose of the waste. The
Luipaardsvlei and Magaliesburg landfill sites are presently operating without
permits, which is statutory non-compliance. It is therefore critical to permit the
two landfill sites in order to acquire a permit from the Department of Water Affairs
and Forestry (DWAF) and to operate the site in accordance with DWAF’s Minimum
Requirements for Waste Disposal by Landfill (2nd Ed.) 1998. All Waste Management
Systems and programmes of Mogale city are aligned to all National and Provincial
Legislation/Policies in particular, the Polokwane Declaration (2001).


2.       Purpose


The purpose of the landfill management service is the following
        Permitting, Construction and operation of two Landfill Sites that can handle
         all non-toxic waste in accordance with the Minimum Requirements for Waste
         Disposal by Landfill.
        Provision of Composting Site at the Landfill Site
        Construction and proper management of Recycling Plant on Site.
        Provision of building rubble and garden waste disposal facilities nearer to
         communities in the form of Drop-off facilities to reduce amount of waste
         dumped at the Landfill Site.




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3.       Process:

The following process will be followed in this regard:
   Permitting, Expansion and Construction of Luipaardsvlei Landfill Site: A
         phased approach is instituted to this project, which will reach completion in
         2013. The various phases include:
             1. Permitting of the closure and expansion of the landfill site by DWAF
             2. Building infrastructure (in the form of formal site offices, paving,
                landscaping) on the landfill site construction and access to the new
                site.
             3. Extension of the landfill site, which includes the construction of the
                landfill cells.
             4. Closure and Rehabilitation of the old site


            Permitting of the Magaliesburg landfill site: the process to take place
             during in 2004/5 following which the landfill will be managed in
             accordance with the statutory requirements
            Construction of Drop-Off facilities: It is envisaged that to cater for the
             whole of Mogale City, it will be necessary to build 20 drop-off facilities in
             total. A phased approach is therefore being ins




4.       Situation Analysis

The strengths of this Section include:
        The existence of a well-motivated work force.
        Institutionalisation of legal requirements
        Well experienced and skilled waste contractors managing the Site.
The main weaknesses are the following:
        Delay in the permitting process
        Financial resources.
Many opportunities exist:
        Better management of the landfill sites



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        statutory compliance
        conversion of the landfill into a regional landfill site
The main threat to this service:
        Permitting process finalisation before the landfill runs out of airspaces


         Development Rationale

To ensure Statutory Compliance and achieve environmental stability


6.       Key Strategic Objectives

This Section’s key objective is to contribute in achieving the vision of Mogale City,
particularly with regard to the provision of a clean and safe environment for
everyone to live in.


7.       Projects

        Construction and Permitting of Luipaardsvlei Landfill Site
        Permitting of the Magaliesburg landfill site
        Finalization of two drop-off facilities each financial year


8.       Alignment

This sector plan make up a part of the MCLM IDP as a whole and are in line with
IWMP’s, WRDM and National & Provincial Legislation/ Policies.




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5.5.57.3 RURAL WASTE MANAGEMENT



1.       Introduction

There is minimum refuse removal in a large part of the rural areas of MCLM thus
causing various forms of pollution. The refuse removal service is provided for
businesses. This is exacerbated by the increase in population in rural areas and
lack of housing, which has resulted in the growth of numerous informal
settlements around rural areas of MCLM. This was inherited from the former
Western Gauteng Service Council. Some of these lack formal waste management
service with their waste often disposed of in nearby open spaces and rivers. The
development of a Rural Waste Management Strategy commenced in the 2003/4
financial year and would be finalised in the 2004/5 financial year. This will be
followed by implementation of the strategy, which will be an on-going process.


2.       Purpose


The purposes of the rural waste management strategy are the following:
        Develop and implement a strategy for waste removal in the rural areas. As
         the communities and businesses in the rural area have different needs from
         the urban areas in terms of waste management, it is important to develop
         and implement strategy best suited for the rural areas specific situation.
        Provide a weekly refuse collection, transportation and subsequent disposal
         service to rural areas


3.       Process:


The following process will be undertaken:
        Development of the strategy
        Call from proposals from various groupings including SMMEs, community &
         youth groups etc. in Rural Areas
        Implementation of waste management service


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        Capacity building for SMME/Youth and Community groups


4.       Situation Analysis

The strengths of this Section include:
        The able people in rural areas who will be contracted to undertake refuse
         removal initiative for Council
The main weaknesses are the following:
        Lack of appropriate equipment and vehicles in view of poor replacement of
         vehicles and equipment
        Shortage of personnel that is able to deliver.
Many opportunities exist:
        Income generation through proper billing system of the refuse bins,
         improvement of the container services, opening washbay for public use
The main threat commitment to extending the full service to all rural areas.


5.       Development Rationale

The purpose of the plan is to implement a waste management service for the rural
areas of Mogale City by delivering a refuse removal and cleansing service to all
rural areas in Mogale City in a sustainable way.


6.       Key Strategic Objectives

This Section’s key objective is to contribute in achieving the vision of Mogale City,
particularly with regard to the provision of a clean and safe environment for
everyone to live in.



7.       Projects

        Call for proposal to provide waste management service to rural areas
        Implementation of the rural waste management strategy through provision
         of waste management services and other initiatives




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8.    Alignment

This plan is premised from various pieces of South African legislation including the
Constitution, the National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998), the
Environment Conservation Act (Act 73 of 1989) and in particular, the Local
Government Municipal Systems Act (Act 32 of 2000), which provide for core
principles, mechanisms and processes for Municipalities.




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5.5.57.4 RISK WASTE MANAGEMENT

1.       Introduction

MCLM does not have a facility for the disposal of hazardous and medical waste,
resulting in expensive transportation of this waste to other facilities for disposal.
This increases illegal dumping in order to avoid the cost of proper disposal. The
Waste Sub-Directorate is initiating the Risk Waste Management Strategy, which
will incorporate a strategic approach in dealing with this hazardous waste.


2.       Purpose

To develop a Risk waste management strategy for MCLM


3.       Process:


        Development of a Risk waste strategy for Mogale City
        Implementation of initiatives of risk waste management


4.       Situation Analysis

The strengths of this Section include:
        The existence well established Ward Committees and Environmental
         Groupings within communities who will assist in driving the process.
        A developed Risk Waste Management Strategy
The main weaknesses are the following:
        Lack of environmental protection in the communities
        Shortage of human resources within the Municipality to drive the process to
         full capacity
        Financial resources
Many opportunities exist:
        Development of a Regional Incinerator
        A community that is aware of implications of unmanaged waste and how it
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        Business opportunities for the SMME
The main threat to this plan will be non-receptiveness of business, the community
and industry to the programmes



5.       Development Rationale


This Section wants to use this plan to achieve a satisfactory and sustainable Risk
Waste Management for all inhabitants of Mogale City.


6.       Key Strategic Objectives

This Section’s key objective is to contribute in achieving the vision of Mogale City,
particularly with regard to the provision of a clean and safe environment for
everyone to live in.


7.       Projects

Development of the Risk Waste Management Strategy including:
        Health Care Waste Management
        Hazardous waste management
Implementation of the Risk Waste Management strategy


8.       Alignment

These sector plans make up a part of the South African legislation including the
Gauteng Province Health Care Risk Waste Management Bill, the White Paper on
Integrated Pollution and Waste Management in South Africa, National
Environmental Management Act and the Environment Conservation Act.




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5.5.6.        Urban Greening Strategy


1.Introduction                                                                         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering



The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry is currently, in cooperation with the
Institute of Environment and Recreation Management, leading the establishment of
a strategic framework for urban greening in the Gauteng Province. The Sub-
Directorate of Parks is represented in the steering committee.


Urban Greening aims to improve the quality of life of urban residents. The positive
impact of a green urban environment on residents is seen across sociological,
health, economical and political spheres, which leaves it to be an undisputable
necessity. It is unfortunately the poor, who make up the majority of urban
populations, whose residential areas are most lacking in terms of urban greenery.
This is largely attributed to poor planning and inequitable access to resources
resultant from a legacy of apartheid.


Given the numbers and needs of the lower income population, it is imperative that
they play a central role in planning and implementing urban greening and become
architects in the heritage they will leave for future generations. The mandate given
to Local Authorities for urban greening implementation is prominent in various
national policies and legislation and leaves no justifiable grounds for non-
compliance.


South Africa has been a signatory of the Rio Declaration on Environment and
Development (1992). The Internationally endorsed Agenda 21 captures the
principles of the Rio conference in a practical set of recommendations for
sustainable development. Most of the problems and solutions addressed by Agenda
21 have their roots in local activities. It was therefore highlighted that that the
cooperation and participation of local authorities will be a determining factor in
fulfilling the Agenda 21 objectives.




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It is therefore necessary that Mogale City aligns itself with national directives and
includes urban greening in its Integrated Development Plan.


2.Purpose                                                                               Formatted: Bullets and Numbering



The purpose of this sector plan is to set about a platform from which a strategic
framework for the implementation for urban greening in Mogale City can be
formulated.


3.Compilation of process                                                                Formatted: Bullets and Numbering



     Phase one will involve the identification of key priority areas through GIS       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        system, consultation with stakeholders to gather information, determining
        specific needs and identification of stakeholders and responsible parties.
     Phase two will focus on the formulation of an Urban Greening Plan based on
        the feedback of phase one.
     Phase three will be the implementation phase where urban greening can take
        effect.
     Phase four will ensure the maintenance, monitoring and evaluation of urban
        greening.
     Running concurrently with this process will be the review and alignment of
        policies and By-Laws with the urban greening plan.


4.      Situation analysis

Strengths:
     Operational Municipal Nursery                                                     Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

     GIS system enabled with open space data as handy decision-making
     Resource.
     Well established parks and natural areas available to the residents of Mogale
        City.
     A keen focus towards urban greening among top management.
     A complete Environmental Management Framework.
Weaknesses:



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     Lack of an urban greening strategy                                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

     Limited experience and exposure to urban greening concepts among
        horticulturists.
     Limited environmental awareness in local community.
     Shortage of human and capital resources.


Opportunities:
     Ensure equitable access to green resources in a sustainable manner though            Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        reasonable policies and by-laws.
     Upgrade former ‘black townships’ to the same standard and quality of former
        ‘white areas’ and doing away with the racial, socio-economic and political
     Todivide of the past. environment of all Mogale City residents by improving
         improve the living
        the natural environment.
     Educate the community about the value of urban greening through
        constructive programs.
     For Mogale City to align itself with national and provincial initiatives and to be
        a leader rather that a follower in the field.


Threats:
     That urban greening tends to receive the smallest portion of the budget and is       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        important due to ignorance.
     Lack of urban greening leads to environmental degradation, devaluation of
        open spaces and socio-economic downfall of the urban environment.


5.      Development Rationale

The Bill of Rights as reflected in our constitution provides for all South Africans to
have an environment that is not harmful to their health or well-being and that is
protected from degradation. It should be a key priority for Local Government to
ensure that the urban areas where people reside are greened and developed so
that amenity value is added to their living environment. This forms the rationale
behind Urban Greening.




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6.      Key Strategic Objectives

The objective of this plan is in line with Mogale City’s strategic objectives of which
the most relevant are;


     To create an environment where people want to live and invest.                           Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

     To ensure a sustainable quality of life for its residents


This plan will certainly drive Mogale City, in collaboration with other efforts,
towards achieving these objectives as is captured in the City’s vision.


7.      Projects

Parks Development and Food Gardens are sub-categories of urban greening and
are funded in the 2003/2004 capital budget with R1’000’000 and R170’000
respectively. No significant provision has been made for the purchasing of trees for
sidewalks though and this needs to be addressed in future budgets.


These projects are summarised as follows:


7.1 Parks Development
7.1.1 Aim of the Project


The main aim of the project is to create a beautiful urban environment which
improves the living condition of Mogale City’s residents and which provides the
necessary     recreational   facilities,   that   promotes   relaxation   and   recreational
behaviour. This is in line with the Council’s vision and mission for Mogale City.


7.1.2 Objectives of the project
     To procure all necessary services through the MCLM procurement procedure.                Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

     To upgrade existing park facilities in Kagiso 1 and Munsieville.
     To provide more street trees throughout Mogale City with main focus on Main
        Routes.



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   To appoint a Landscape Architect to assist with the Parks development project.
   To secure existing parks and open spaces where security has become a major
      concern
   To provide more secure shelters for animals at the animal farm as required by
      the Performing Animals Protection Act, Act 24 of 1935.
   To improve infrastructure at the animal farm that will be conducive to
      increased visits.
   To fence the remainder of the park on Johan Jonker roadside for it to be safer
      and to allow access control.

7.1.3 Benefits


   Better parks infrastructure meeting the recreational needs of its residents.      Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

   An improved environment leading to healthier residents, better climate and
      aesthetically appealing facilities and an improved face-value of Mogale City.
   Well-maintained and improved infrastructure capable of absorbing increased
      demand.
   A boost in tourism attraction.
   Job creation and possible economic growth.


7.2 Food Gardens
7.2.1 Aim of the Project
Food gardens links up directly with four of the major cornerstones of community
development as; health, education and training, economic development and job
creation.
To get involved in community development programmes to the importance of
sound partnerships, not only with words but with deeds, as well as the important
role of food gardens as tool to promote the upliftment of quality of life.
To provide food to the poor, unemployed people, especially woman from previously
disadvantaged areas with the necessary resources to produce food for them and
perhaps even provide and income.


7.2.2 Objectives of the Project


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     Procurement as per MCLM procurement policy                                        Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

     Identify beneficiaries (Social Development)
     Identify suitable land.
     Assist with land preparation.
     Assist with training
     Provide water and irrigation – boreholes preferable.
     Provide seedlings and seed to communities.
     Erection of green houses and shade netting structures.


7.2.3 Benefits
     The food gardens at Kagiso 9 and Munsieville has literally grabbed the            Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

        attention of an enormous amount of people and groups. The existing food
        gardens is very special to all, and holds a wonderful message of
        development as far as the community is concerned
     Providing a food security base for poor communities.
     Involving women, children and schools. Effective co-operation and uniformity
        between MCLM, the community, NGO groups and schools.
     Fighting the impact of malnutrition.
     Establishing a sense of belonging and self worth in communities especially with
        aids victims.
     Developing the skills of communities.
     Instilling the calming psychological influence of gardening on people.
     Better utilization of open spaces and therefore reducing illegal dumping and
        the spreading of weeds.




8.      Alignment

The Urban Open Spaces Project had informed the SDF and EMF. The Urban Open
Space Project would inform the Urban Greening Strategy. Furthermore, the Precint
Plans and other developments would be informed by the Urban Greening Strategy.



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It is also of paramount importance that Town Planning and housing projects are
aligned with the Urban Greening Strategy in that a holistic approach is followed
during such planning processes.




5.6    MUNICIPAL PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


Institutional Arrangements For PMS




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The following table below depicts various role and responsibilities of various
stakeholders,


ROLE PLAYER                       RESPONSIBILITY


Municipal Council                 Approving the PMS, monitoring and reviewing the
                                  IDP in terms of the PMS.
Councillors                       Encouraging the community to get involve in the
                                  development, implementation and review of the
                                  municipality’s performance, management system
                                  and,      in   the     setting    of     appropriate   key
                                  performance indicators and performance targets
                                  for the municipality.


                                  Providing      input    into     the    development    and
                                  implementation of the PMS and the annual
                                  performance report.


Municipal Manager                 Overall        management              and    coordination
                                  responsibility to ensure that all relevant role
                                  players are involved and that the process is
                                  proceeding as planned.


PMS Co-ordinator                  Day to day co-ordination and facilitation of the
                                  application of the PMS; fulfil the role of the
                                  “Performance Champion” which entails
                                  Supporting           other     components        in    the
                                  implementation of PMS
                                  Maintaining and managing the PMS database


Heads         of    Departments Providing technical and sector expertise and
(Directors)                       information relating to performance measures


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ROLE PLAYER                    RESPONSIBILITY


                               and targets. Implement and manage the PMS in
                               their departments.


Internal Auditor               Auditing performance measures & performance
                               report.




ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF IDP STRUCTURES


Structures               Composition                Roles and Responsibilities
IDP Steering Committee   Municipal Manager (IDP Provides Terms of Reference
                         Manager) - Chair           for planning activities
                         Secretariat                Commission Research
                         Heads of Departments       Considers inputs
                         Chief Financial Officer    Processes, summarises and
                                                    documents outputs
                                                    Makes content
                                                    recommendations
                                                    Prepares,     facilitates     and
                                                    documents meetings
IDP       Representative Executive Mayor/Mayoral Represent        the interests     of
Forum                    Committee Member           their constituents
                         IDP Steering Committee Provide Forum for discussion,
                         (provide secretariat)      negotiation     and       decision
                         Mayoral Committee          making between stakeholders
                         Councillors                Ensure          communication
                         Heads of Departments       between     stakeholders      and
                         Organised     Stakeholder representatives
                         Groups                     Monitor performance of the




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                               Resource Persons             planning and implementation
                               Community                    process
                               Representatives




7.2   Following below is diagrammatic representation of the institutional
      arrangement to be utilised in the development, implementation and review
      of the performance management framework:



            Mogale City
            Council


        Executive Mayoral
           Committee

                                                  IDP Steering Committee

      Municipal Manager &
      Executive Management

      IDP Steering Committee

                                                       IDP Representative Forum



        Project Task Team
                                                        Ward Committees




The IDP planning and implementation structure we will be utilised in the
development, implementation and review of the Performance Management
Framework as follows:
How the Performance Management is structured?


a. Integrated Development Plan




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The Municipal System Act (2000) requires municipalities to develop a five-year
based strategic plan, popularly known as the Integrated Development Plan, which
will document the strategic vision, mission of the municipality and outline services
delivery targets and development targets. In addition to this municipalities are
furthered obliged by the Act to develop a performance management framework,
which will clearly outline how the performance targets set for the IDP will be
monitored.


b. Strategic Imperatives and Objectives


Mogale City’s performance management framework is anchored by the above-
mentioned five strategic imperatives set in the 2002/06 Integrated Development
Planning:


Following below is diagrammatic representation of the performance management
framework. This diagrammatic representation reflects the interconnectedness of
the key elements that constitute framework. The IDP projects falls within the set of
structure strategic priorities as identified by Mogale City communities, council, and
administrative arm.








                              Governance



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                                                    People
        Environmental
                                                    Development
        Stability
                               PMS
 The are five performance management            areas   aligned to the strategic
  imperatives and under each there are specific programmes that there the
  municipal   administration   undertakes.   A   structured   set   of   generic   key
  performance indicators have been developed for each of the performance area.
  These performance indicators are generic in the sense that the municipality
  determines specific targets for each year on an annual basis.




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Key Performance        Municipal Goal and Objectives                   Key Performance Indicators
Area
1.            Good     To promote a seamless, open, ethical,              98% debt recovery
Governance             professional and accountable system                100% compliance with code of
                       of governance through:                              conduct
                          Promoting                      community       Organisational structures in place
                           participation;                                 100% budget spent efficiently
                          Ensuring      social,     ethical,   and        and effectively
                           political accountability;                      Annual IDP & Budget approved
                          Developing credible information;                by Council on time
                          Achieving financial viability;                 Community Participation
                          Fulfilling Batho principles                    100% compliance with applicable
                                                                           legislative framework
                                                                          Publicity     of     the    performance
                                                                           progress reports quarterly and
                                                                           annually
2.            Social   Top improve access to social services              % Reduction in basic services
Development            and          infrastructure          through        backlogs
                       coordinating      provision   of    equitable      % Increase of the households
                       access to:                                          earning       less         than      R1100
                          Water and Sanitation                            receiving free access to water
                          Electricity                                     and electricity
                          Transport                                      Increase       of    BEE      companies
                          Roads                                           providing service to MCLM
                          Welfare                                        No of jobs created through the
                          Safety                                          various MCLM programmes
                          Health                                         No of people benefiting from the
                          Housing                                         poverty alleviation programme
                                                                          No   of     programmes            targeting
                                                                           women, youth, and elderly
                                                                          % Of budget spent
                                                                          % Of budget funded through the
                                                                           grants
                                                                          % of budget spent on poverty
                                                                           alleviation
                                                                          Number        of    people        benefiting
                                                                           from poverty alleviation




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3.    Environmental   Facilitate integrated development            No    of   education    and     awareness
stability             that does not harm the ability of             raising programmes
                      future     generations   to    sustain       % Reduction in pollution levels
                      themselves through:                          100%       compliance   with        legislative
                         co-ordinate the promotion of              obligations
                          environmental awareness                  Applicable policies and By-laws in
                         Preserve    the   heritage      and       place
                          cultural sites                           No of SMME supported
                         Promote fauna and flora of the           100% compliance on land fill site
                          area                                      management
                         Ensure appropriate waste and             No of jobs created through various
                          pollution                                 programmes
                         Coordinate the creation of an            % Of income generated
                          integrated set of by-laws and            % Of budget spent
                          regulations for environmental            % budget funded through grants
                          management                               No of joint ventures established
                                                                   5    of    budget   spent      of     poverty
                                                                    alleviation
                                                                   Number of people benefiting from
                                                                    poverty alleviation




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Key Performance     Municipal           Goal       and     Key Performance Indicators
area                Objectives
4.       Economic   To coordinate the creation of               Marketing and Communication Plan
Growth         &    an enabling environment for                  in place
Development         sustained economic growth and               Public Transport plan in place
                    development         through     the         No of women, youth & disabled,
                    relevant             development             empowered
                    initiatives                                 No of people with security of tenure
                           Marketing the City to                in rural areas
                            potential investors                 No of public private partnerships
                           Develop a strong and                 established
                            integrated         transport        Enabling policies an by-laws in place
                            and            information          No of jobs created through various
                            infrastructure                       programmes
                           Promote      Agri-business          % Of income generated
                            and Eco-Tourism                     % Of budget spent
                           Establish     a     regional        % Budget funded through grants
                            chamber                             No of joint ventures established
                                                                %    Budget      spent   on      poverty
                                                                 alleviation




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5. People        Ensuring excellence through            No of Councillors and staff trained
Management and   competent and committed                %    of    skills   development      levy
Development      personnel who reflect                   received n rebate
                 community demographic                  100%      compliance      to    applicable
                 profiles                                legislation
                       Developing        Human         100%      compliance     to    employment
                        Resources                        equity targets
                       Promote sound labour            Sound labour relations
                        practices relations             %    Reduction      in   grievance    and
                       Ensure       institutional       compliance
                        transformation                  All performance contracts signed
                       Promote      employment         % Reduction in staff turnover
                        equity




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    Monitoring And Performance Reporting


The following reporting schedule will be followed:


Performance      Data Deliverable           By whom          To whom
Gathering
Timeframe
Monthly                  Monthly Reports    Supervisors      Directors
                                                             PMS Co-ordinator


Quarterly                Quarterly          Directors        Municipal Manager
                         Performance                         Executive Directors
                         Reports                             PMS Co-ordinator
                                                             Mayoral Committee
                                                             Municipal Council
                                                             Provincial DDPLG


Annual                   Annual             Director         Executive Director
                         Performance                         Municipal Manager
                         Reports                             PMS Co-ordinator
                                                             Mayoral Committee
                                                             Municipal Council
                                                             Provincial DDPLG



Each level in the municipal hierarchy takes responsibility for the performance of
the organisation:


             At operational level Supervisors And Managers oversee the execution
              of action steps that contribute to the accomplishment of performance
              targets. The directors monitor the accomplishment of performance
              targets and submit regular reports to their respective executive
              manager.


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             At cluster level the Executive Directors consolidate the reports received
              and, together with their management teams, evaluate to what extent
              the performance targets and KPIs are being achieved.


             At strategic level the Municipal Manager and the Executive
              Management team review the performance of departments and
              evaluate to what extent the strategic goals of the municipality are
              being achieved.


Linking Organisational And Individual Performance Management


The performance of a municipality is integrally linked to that of the staff. If all the
steps described in the preceding Chapters are expertly executed the municipality
will still fail if the employees do not perform. It is therefore important to link
organisational performance to individual performance and to manage both at the
same time, but separately.


The legislative mandate for measuring individual performance is found in section
57 of the Municipal Systems Act that requires the municipal manager and heads of
department to sign performance contracts that must include, inter alia:


Performance objectives, targets and timeframes;


      Standards and procedures for evaluating performance with the intervals for
       evaluation being indicated; and
      The performance objectives and targets must be practical, measurable and
       based on key performance indicators set out in the IDP.

      In order to ensure that this is achieved the Human Resource policy provides
       that the employment contracts of each employee has the following:
      Workscope Profile – This consists of the job description that sets out the
       requirements of the post and a profile of the incumbent that describes the


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      skills and competencies that an individual would require in order to succeed
      in the position.


Individual Performance Plan – This consists of the details of the deliverables with
key performance indicators, performance targets and target dates.
Individual Skills Development and Performance Improvement Plan – This plan sets
out the training needs of the individual and a programme for addressing these
needs.
Although the legislation only requires the municipal manager and heads of
department to sign formal performance contracts it is also a requirement that all
employees have job descriptions. These job descriptions must be aligned with the
individual performance plan of the head of department. In this way all employees
are working towards a common goal.         It is however the responsibility of the
employer to create an environment in which the employees can deliver on the
objectives and targets set for them in their performance contracts and job
descriptions.
Auditing Of Performance Management System


The Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (section 41(1)(c)) requires that as part of the
municipality’s internal auditing process, the results of its performance measures be
audited. Section 45 of the Act requires that the results of performance
measurements in terms of section 41 (1)(c), must be audited as part of the
internal auditing process and annually by the Auditor-General.


All auditing must comply with section 14 of the Municipal Planning and
Performance Management Regulations, 2001. In terms of regulation 14(1) it is the
municipality’s responsibility to develop and implement mechanisms, systems and
processes for auditing the results of performance measurements as part if its
internal audit processes. The Regulations further recommend that the municipality
establish a ‘performance management audit committee’ or utilise the audit
committee. The operation of this committee is governed by section 14 (2) and (3)
of the Regulations.


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The Regulations require auditors to assess the functionality of the municipality’s
performance management system as well as to ensure that it complies with the
Municipal Systems Act. As part of the internal auditing process, the results of a
municipality’s performance measurements must be audited. The internal auditor
must:


       Continuously audit the performance measurements of the municipality;


       Report on the extent to which the performance indicators, comprising the
        social, economic and service delivery indicators are reliable in measuring
        performance on indicators;


       Submit quarterly reports on audits to the Municipal Manager and the
        Performance Audit Committee.


The framework will be implemented according to the following schedule:




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Requirements                What Needs To Be Done                           By Whom            By When

Developing     a     PMS    Development of PMS linked to IDP                MM                 Done
that      meets       all                                                   HOD
legislative                 Writing up of PMS Framework                     PMS Coordinator    20 February
requirements                                                                                   2004
                            PMS framework to be approved by                 PMS Coordinator    28 February
                            Executive Management Team                       MM                 2004


                            PMS framework to be adopted by                  MM                 31        May
                            Mayoral Committee                               PMS Coordinator    2004
                            PMS framework to be approved by                 MM                 31        May
                            Municipal Council                               PMS Coordinator    2004
Implementation        of    Developing                    institutional     PMS Coordinator    31        May
PMS                         arrangements for PMS and IDP                    IDP Coordinator    2004
                            Identifying suitable PMS database/              PMS Coordinator    31        April
                            software                                                           2004
                            Training of HODs or staff in the                PMS Coordinator    31        April
                            application of the PMS database                                    2004
Internal Reporting          Collecting      monthly          feedback       PMS Coordinator    Monthly
                            reports      from     HODs          in    the
                            prescribed formats
                            Prepare      and       submission          of   PMS Coordinator    Quarterly
                            quarterly reports to EXCO
                            Presentation of quarterly reports               PMS Coordinator    Quarterly
                            to Mayoral Committee                            MM
External Reporting          Prepare      and    Submit      quarterly       PMS Coordinator    Quarterly
                            performance         reports     to       Ward
                            Committees; Province
                            Prepare Annual Report for the                   PMS Coordinator    Quarterly
                            Community, Province and national
                            government


Re-viewing           and    5.1 Performance Audit Committee                 Internal Auditor   Annual
evaluating    the    PMS    to review PMS framework, and                    OAG
system                      application of PMS System
                            5.2Implementation              of         the   PMS Coordinator    Annual
                            recommendation of the Internal                  MM
                            Audit                                           HOD




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5.7     WATER SERVICE DEVELOPMENT PLAN


The Mogale City Water Services Development Plan (WSDP) provides a
comprehensive plan which deals with socio-economic, technical, financial,
organisational and environmental issues. The document is a strategic plan and
relates to- and impacting on the delivery of water and sanitation in Mogale City.
The WSDP is seen as central to all other planning processes relating to the water
sector in Mogale City, and provides extensive support to the IDP process. The
water supply and sanitation services strategy is based on the Mogale City Local
Municipality vision to provide a desirable city to live in, invest in and visit – it is a
place where all people can enjoy a sustainable quality of life.


Concurrently, it is the strive and responsibility of Mogale City Directorate Water
and Sanitation to provide potable water in the correct quantity and quality to all
registered water customers throughout Mogale City in the most efficient,
affordable and sustainable manner and to progressively extend this service to
those who do presently have access to the same; and to collect, treat and release
all wastewater generated in Mogale City in a cost effective and environmentally
sound manner, striving to minimise the potentially adverse impacts, while
enhancing those with promise and potential.


Key components to service delivery are considered to be the following: Service
delivery to local and regional customers; community health; environmental
quality; development, expand, operate and maintain infrastructure; affordable and
financially viable services; people development and capacity building; optimise
water resource utilisation and demand management; and compliance to legal and
quality requirements.


The Mogale City boundaries cover an area of more than 1 500 km2, of which 8% of
the total area is serviced by a waterborne sewer reticulation system of
approximately 1200 km network and 10 pumpstations. Six drainage areas, with
its smaller sub-drainage areas have been identified and recorded in a detailed


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Wastewater Masterplan. The drainage areas include 6 outfall sewers, which
respectively contribute their wastewater loads to the three Mogale City bulk
wastewater treatment plants (Flip Human WCW, Percy Stewart WCW and
Magaliesburg WCW).


A part of wastewater generated is reticulated to the Driefontein treatment works.
The Mogale City treatment works are modern installations and were upgraded and
extended as recently as 2002. The plants have total hydraulic capacities in excess
of 71 Ml/day and organic capacities of up to 76 000 kg COD /day, with current
status being under utilised hydraulically. Sludge are produced at a rate of 850
kl/day with a total solids concentration of 1.5 to 3.0% and are irrigated to a total
of 130 ha of farmland for the beneficial use of instant lawn cultivation.


All water and wastewater analysis and monitoring are done by a centralised
support services unit – Scientific Services, which are completing preparation for
ISO accreditation by December 2004. This unit is also responsible for the
proactive monitoring, sampling and tariffing of 69 major wet industries in Mogale
City, as well as the most predominant natural water environments and all
reservoirs, through the implementation of the WRC developed NATSURV Industrial
Classification System.


The majority of stands in Mogale City residential areas are connected to a
pressured metered water supply network. The bulk service provider to Mogale City
is Rand Water through 19 connection points, and to lesser extent Johannesburg
Water through 2 connection points. The bulk water is distributed through a
network of 20 reservoirs/water towers and 1400 m distribution network, for which
maintenance Mogale City is responsible. The demand distribution for the major
areas shows highest consumption by Krugersdorp area (60%), Azaadville (19%)
and Kagiso (16%).


Water quality remains within the required SABS standards. A policy of Free Basic
Water has been implemented and all connected consumers receive 6 kl free water


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per month. Indigents receive free basic water, as part of a program to provide
free services to registered indigents.   Free Basic Water is also provided to informal
settlements via standpipe installations. Substantial progress has been made in
zone identification and metering, as part of a partnership program with Rand
Water. The 45 zones in Mogale City are measured through 48 zone meters, many
of which are supplied with pressure reducing valves (139 in total). Proactive
programmes on pressure management have been undertaken, which include
servicing and installation of PRV’s, setting at a minimum of 30 m pressure at
critical points, (55 m averaged) and installation of pressure controllers. Such
pressure management has resulted in a 10% reduction in Average Annual Daily
Demand over the period 1998 - 2002. Unaccounted for water needs to be
confirmed, but is estimated at 35%. The billed average consumption for water
services equates to 1 22 097 kl, whilst the consumption bought by Mogale City is 1
861 636 kl. The average value of water bought amounts to R 4 297 608 for
2003/04.


The provision of services to rural areas is in need of serious attention, both on
policy / strategic level, as well as in terms of technical and budgetary viability. A
nichniche area of backlog which has been identified in the replacement of existing
water meters and installation of new prepayment water meters, following a policy
decision to proceed the prepayment route. A total amount of 19 655
prepayment655-prepayment meters have been installed, amounting to more than
R 8 million water purchases through this system. Mogale City remains one of the
largest prepayment implementer in Southern Africa.




Financial resources in terms of operational budget are being met at an average 6%
escalation per annum. The total budgeted expenditure for FY 2002/03 was R 103
747 468, with an estimated total income for water and sanitation services of R 112


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058 000. Actual OPEX and CAPEX to the fiscal year of 2003/04 will be available at
year end June 2003. Dedicated auditing and financial assessment are being
conducted in Mogale City during 2004 on aspects of revenue enhancement, to
include prepayment. The capital budget is aligned with the IDP, as established
and supported through a process of proactive community consultation and
participation. These processes include two extensive roadshows in December 2003
and March 2004, the implementation of Performance Management System, and
close involvement amongst Portfolio Chairpersons, municipal officials, stakeholders
and the community.


The IDP programs related to water and sanitation in the Mogale City area for
2003/04 include; Prepayment water metering, water and sanitation to rural areas,
6 kl free water and free sanitation, reduce unaccounted water by 8%, Kagiso and
CBD water renewals, new infrastructure in the Muldersdrift area, pumpstations
security and upgrades, Lusaka 2&3 upgrades, and innovative programs such as
biogas and reuse and reclamation of wastewater. Various partnerships, with
amongst other Rand Water, Mvula Trust and Rand Water, will enhance delivery on
these projects.


The WSDP covers organisational capacity extensively, and points out the critical
needs in terms of specialist human resources, especially on managerial and
specialist levels 3 – 6. Efficient and sustainable development and maintenance of
services may be compromised should these needs not be addressed as a matter of
urgency. The baseline of progress in this regard is the implementation of the
organisational microstructure, which was approved in 2003.


The WSDP further identify key sector projects, based on forecasting - in detail
(with budget estimates and time frames). These sector drivers include service
delivery and customer care initiatives, water and wastewater infrastructure,
institutional and management initiatives, human resource development,
community health and environmental quality.




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The existing WSDP have been developed and updated with-in Mogale City
Directorate Water and Sanitation, and will be further updated to meet the national
target of October 2004. The plan was developed parallel with the PMS, IDP, SDF,
Environmental Framework and Housing Strategies. The WDSP
update is due for completion by end April 2004 and will be submitted to Council
after discussions with all relevant stakeholders (District, Provincial and others).




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