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									DANNHAUSER IDP: 2005/6 REVIEW




          DANNHAUSER IDP: 2003/4 – 2004/5 REVIEW
              For input into the 2005/6 Budget

                              EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.0     INTRODUCTION

        1.1      The Dannhauser IDP is the principal strategic planning document for the
                 Dannhauser Municipality and will guide planning, budgeting, decision-
                 making and management for the municipality for a five year period.

        1.2      The preparation of an IDP, and its annual review, are legal requirements
                 of the Municipal Systems (Act 32 of 2000). To date, the following IDP
                 documents have been prepared:

                    the Dannhauser IDP (2001/2); and
                    the Dannhauser IDP Review (2002/3).

        1.3      As many municipalities in KwaZulu-Natal were unable to complete their
                 2003/04 Review Processes by the end of June 2004 deadline, the
                 Directorate: Development Planning of the Department of Traditional and
                 Local Government Affairs issued a letter to all municipalities advising
                 them that if a 2003/4 Review was not completed by the end of June 2004
                 then a municipality should “catch up” through a consolidation of the
                 2003/4 and 2004/5 Review Processes into a Review for Implementation in
                 the 2005/6 financial year.

        1.4      This document is the third iteration of the Dannhauser IDP and focuses
                 on the following areas:

                    The review of the spatial development framework
                    Formalising the Institutional Framework
                    Preparing a financial plan for the municipality
                    Updating of the IDP Projects List; and
                    Incorporation of those Sector Plans, which have been completed.
                    The inclusion of an Organizational Scorecard produced as part of the
                     PMS.

2.0     ANALYSIS PHASE
        The new 2001 statistics for the municipality were compiled and compared against
        the 1996 ststistics. The key information is reflected in a table in the main report
        while a more detailed report is included In Annexure E.

3.0     STRATEGIC PHASE
        The municipal vision was amended and a municipal mission developed. The
        objectives of the municipality remain unchanged and have now been
        incorporated into the organizational scorecard produced as part of the

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        performance management system. In this way, projects are linked to specific
        objectives and progress with implementation can be measured. The municipal
        organisational scorecard is attached at Annexure D. The spatial development
        framework was reviewed and amended to be aligned to the spatial development
        framework of the District.

4.0     PROJECTS PHASE
        Details of the project prioritization model are given and the top 30 projects are
        listed.
        The project list was split in to 5 sections namely:

                 SCHEDULE 1:               PROJECTS COMPLETED
                 SCHEDULE 2:               PROJECTS IN PROGESS
                 SCHEDULE 3:               POTENTIAL PROJECTS FOR WHICH THE
                                           LOCAL MUNICIPALITY IS RESPONSIBLE
                 SCHEDULE 4:               POTENTIAL PROJECTS FOR WHICH OUTSIDE
                                           AGENCIES ARE RESPONSIBLE
                 SCHEDULE 5:               PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY THE DISTRICT
                                           MUNICIPALITY IN DECEMBER 2004.

5.0     INTERGRATION PHASE

        The Amajuba District Municipality adopted the approach that sector plans are to
        be prepared at a district level, with specific focus on each local municipality. This
        will allow for proper co-ordination and full involvement of all stakeholders as well
        as reduce costs to local municipalities. The outputs of this process are all-
        inclusive sector plans for implementation by each municipality within the district.
        Details of the progression of sector plans during the review are given.

        The municipality is currently receiving extensive Management assistance from
        the provincial Government, particularly in respect of Financial Management. The
        financial records are therefore substantially incomplete. A new Chief Financial
        Officer assumed duty on 1 December 2004, and will require time to familiarise
        himself with the situation.     A financial plan was prepared and includes
        arrangements, strategy, revenue and expenditure forecast and an action plan.
        The recovery plan, due for completion by 30 June 2005, is behind schedule, and
        several tasks, including the compilation of a 5 year Budget (Operating and
        Capital), can only be addressed during 2005.

        The financial element of this review focuses on the extension of the recovery
        process and the implementation of an action plan. Further action plans for the
        subsequent years will be decided upon during the framing of a 5 year budget to
        ensure future alignment.

6.0     THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF THE MUNICIPALITY

        The framework was reviewed and updated to reflect all new positions and
        vacancies within the municipality. Further the description of the responsiblility of
        all the departments and the links between them and the technical comittee‟s are
        detailed in annexure A of the Draft IDP Report.


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   Dannhauser IDP review 2005/2006: Response to
Department of Traditional and Local Government Affairs
   and Member of the Executive Committee (MEC)
                      Comments
The following is a summary of comments received from the Department of Traditional
and Local Government Affairs and the MEC, and the suggested responses and/or
actions.

1. Comment: Vacant Posts to be filled

Response: Municipality to advertise all unfilled posts as soon as possible.

2. Comment: District Municipality Communication Plan to be workshoped

Response: Municipality to attend District Communication Plan workshop

3. Comment: Ensure ongoing alignment of Provincial Growth and Development
   Strategy and implementation thereof

Response: The preparation of the Integrated Development Plan review took the
   Provincial Growth and Development Strategy into account and will continue to do so
   in future reviews.

4. Comment: More analysis of census data

Response: The analysis of census information was deliberately reduced, in the
   Integrated Development Plan review report. The detailed information that includes a
   more comprehensive analysis of the 1996 and 2000 census statistics, is included in
   Annexure E of the report.

5. Comment: Development trends need to be analysed

Response: This will be addressed

6. Comment: Department of Traditional and Local Government Affairs projects need to
   be added

Response: Department of Traditional and Local Government Affairs to provide a list of
   projects

7. Comment: Greater clarity on committed and uncommitted projects

Response: The consultant will address this by adding a column indicating whether the
   project has funds committed or not. The municipality is to provide the consultant with
   a list of projects for which they have sourced funds.

8. Comment: The municipality needs to finalize and implement their Performance
   Management System.

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9. Response: The finalization of the Performance Management System is in process,
   following which implementation will be attended to.

10. Comment: It is important that the municipality shows steps to be taken in order to get
    funding from other Service providers as depicted in the Integrated Development
    Plan.

Response: Business plans for various projects have been produced as part of the
   Integrated Development Plan. The municipality is to submit these business plans to
   relevant service providers. Should more detailed business plans be required the
   consultant can assist with the drafting of these.

11. Comment: The municipality shall prepare a Disaster Management Plan in line with
    the Department of Traditional and Local Government Affairs starter pack guideline.

Response: A Disaster Management Plan was produced for the Dannhauser Municipality
   as part of the first round of Integrated Development Plans. The District Proposes to
   produce a Disaster Management Plan by January 2006. The original local Plan will
   need to be integrated into the District Plan. The updated Disaster Management Plan
   will need to include clear delegation of responsibilities to both the District and Local
   Municipalities.

12. Comment: Refinement of intervention areas / a) Prioritize ten projects as indicated
    on the Spatial Development Framework or b) Indicate nodes where priority spending
    should be focussed.

Response: The top ten projects as identified in the Integrated Development Plan will be
   indicated on the Spatial Development Framework as well as general areas of priority
   spending.




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      Dannhauser IDP review 2005/2006: Response to
       Amajuba District Planning and Implementation
      Management Support Centre (PIMSS) Comments.
    2.1
    1. Comment: The naming of the Integrated Development Plan (IDP) financial year
        should be for 2005/2006 to reflect the year in which the IDP will be implemented.

    Response: This will be amended throughout the document.

    2.2
    2. Comment: Recommend that the changes that have taken place in the
        organization including the appointment of the Municipal Manager, the IDP
        Manager and the CFO. The Municipalities participation in MAP should also be
        highlighted.

    Response: Changes in the institutional arrangement will be reflected in section 1.3 of
    the report and Annexure A.

    3. Comment: In terms of the Dannhauser IDP Steering Committee meeting the
       dates of meetings should also be highlighted.

    Response: The Dates of the meetings to include the IDP rep forum, technical/
    steering committee and council meetings is included in section 1.3.2 Table 1 of the
    report. These will however be reformatted to be more easily read.

    4. Comments: Recommended that meeting dates reflect both the proposed and
       actual meeting dates.

    Response: The actual meeting dates are indicated in the report where meetings
    were postponed the original dates have not been recorded and as such this
    information is not available.

    2.3
    5. Comment: Recommended that more of a synopsis of Annexure E be included in
        the report and that information from the district sector plans and backlog
        information from the documents prepared for the IDP hearing should be
        incorporated into the report.

    Response: The analysis section to include census information was deliberately
    reduced by the IDP Steering Committee, in the Integrated Development Plan review
    report. The District Sector Plans and the IDP hearing document will be reviewed and
    where appropriate be included in the analysis section as part of the next review.

    6. Comment: The Environmental paragraph below Table 3 also seems to be a bit
       out of context.




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    Response: The environmental section will be amended to contexualise it.
    Dannhauser is in the process of producing an Environmental Management Plan,
    which will further inform this section in the next review.

    2.4
    7. Comment: The section does not include strategies.

    Response: The focus of this review was the Spatial Development Framework and
    Performance Management System. The Performance Management System is a tool
    designed to measure the achievement of municipal strategies as such it was felt that
    at this stage the strategies are reflected most accurately in the Performance
    Management System, organisational scorecard. It is noted that the objectives and
    linked strategies will be developed as part of the next phase of review.

    8. Comment: Recommend that the development objectives inform strategies and as
       such guide development in the municipality.

    Response: During the Strategy formulation each strategy will be linked to an
    objective and the issues, which it addresses.

    9. Comment: Recommended that “proposed” be removed from both the vision and
       mission.

    Response: This will be done.

    10. Comment: A link between the objectives section and the Performance
        Management System (PMS) should be indicated.

    Response: The PMS provides a tool by which to measure the achievement of
    strategies. As indicated in the report the municipal priority issues and objectives form
    the basis of the strategic scorecard‟s KPI‟s and targets. As such the scorecard
    provides the most appropriate description of the municipal objectives and strategies.

    2.5
    11. Comment: Table 4 to include amendments that may have arisen due to the
        implementation of Water Services Development Plan

    Response: The project list was updated on the basis of all information provided as at
    January 2005.

    12. Comment: Table of Sector Plan progress to be updated to include all sector plans
        currently being undertaken by the district.

    Response: The table was updated to include all local and district sector plans as at
    January 2005.

    13. Comment: A section should be added that will detail the impact of each sector
        plan on the Local Municipality.

    Response: Noted this will be added in the next review.


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    14. Comment: In terms of Section 5.2, it is unclear how this section relates to the
        MAP process and whether the two are aligned. This is one of the most important
        programmes that the municipality is participating in and references in this regards
        should be made
    Response: The MTEF and CIP were framed w.e.f. the 2005/2006 Financial year, and
    the MAP Action Plan studied indicated the completion date to be 30 June 2005

    15. Comment: In terms of Section 5.2.5, it is recommended that the approach
        adopted by the District Municipality, in terms of separating projects into capital
        projects from own funding, capital projects from grant funding, capital projects to
        be implemented by Service Providers and then the project wish-list, should be
        used for this IDP in order to make it user-friendly.

    Response: The CIP distinguishes the Source of Funding for Projects to be
    implemented by the Local Municipality, whereas the Project Priority listings indicate
    all Projects, including wish-lists

    16. Comment: It is unclear whether Table 9 is linked to the 2004/5 budget as this
        plan was prepared in December 2004. Alignment between the Budget and the
        CIP are essential.
    Response: Alignment of the 2005/2006 Budget to the MTEF and CIP included in the
    IDP was the prerogative of the Mayor and Management.

    17. Comment: Some of the projects in the project table lists should be used as
        strategies and are not projects per se.

    Response: Noted clearer distinction will be made in the next review where strategies
    will be focused on.

    18. Comment: Recommend that a column of the responsible department within the
        municipality be incorporated in the project table.

    Response: Noted, the project list will be amended to include this information at the
    next review.

    19. Comment: Below the Project Prioritisation Model, the Capital Investment
        Program should be included.

    Response: The Capital Investment Program is currently included in section 5.2.5 this
    will however be moved to follow the top priority projects table.

    20. Comment: The document should also indicate the summary of Capital
        Expenditure own and grant funding

    Response: The CIP distinguishes funding in own and grant funding. There are very
    few projects with committed funding and separate summaries might be superfluous.


    21. Comment: IDP Implementation in which progress on IDP projects is indicated
        should be detailed


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    Response: This section will be added.

    22. Comment: A section to detail alignment through the Amajuba Planning and
        Development Coordination Committee, AFLED and Service Providers Forum
        should be added.

    Response: Noted, this will need to form part of the next review.

    ANNEXURES
    23. Comment: Annexure A must be completed to include an indication of vacant
        posts and an organogram of organizational structure.

    Response: This will be attended to.

    24. Comments: Transition between pg 98 and 99 and section 7 requires a heading
        and introduction.

    Response: This will be attended to

    25. Comment: Annexure D is empty, No score card attached

    Response: The scorecard has been attached

    26. Comment: Annexure E to include information from the District Sector Plans and
        IDP hearing.

    Response: The District Sector Plans and the IDP hearing document will be reviewed
    and where appropriate be included in the analysis section as part of the next review.

    27. Comment: Annexure to include municipality powers and functions should be
        included.

    Response: The annexure of powers and functions was originally included in the
    report but at the steering committee‟s request was removed.

    28. Comment: Annexure D to include a summary of the PMS.

    Response: The Steering Committee agreed that only the organisational scorecard
    was to be included in annexure D.




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                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS



                                                                            PAGE

1. INTRODUCTION

    1.1. BACKGROUND                                                         1
    1.2. LEGAL REQUIREMENTS                                                 1
    1.3. INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS                                         2
    1.4. IMPLEMENTATION REPORT                                              4
    1.5. THE PROCESS PLAN                                                   4
    1.6. THE PROCESS FOLLOWED                                               4

2. ANALYSIS PHASE                                                           5

    2.1. KEY MUNICIPAL STATISTICS                                           5
    2.2. ENVIRONMNETAL ANALYSIS                                             5

3. STRATEGIES PHASE                                                         6

    3.1. MUNICIPAL VISION, MISSION AND OBJECTIVES                           6
    3.2. SPATIAL FRAMEWORK                                                  6

4. PROJECTS PHASE                                                           8

    4.1. PROJECT PRIORITISATION                                             8

5. INTEGRATION PHASE                                                        13

    5.1. SECTOR PLANS                                                       13
    5.2. FINANCIAL PLAN                                                     13
    5.3. ALIGNMENT                                                          22

LIST OF ANNEXURES

ANNEXURE A:               INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
ANNEXURE B:               CONSOLIDATED PROJECT LIST
ANNEXURE C:               SDF and MAP
ANNEXURE D:               ORGANISATIONAL SCORECARD
ANNEXURE E:               ANALYSIS PHASE
ANNEXURE F:               PROJECT PRIORITISATION


LIST OF MAPS

MAP 1:           DANNHAUSER SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK



LIST OF TABLES


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TABLE 1:         IDP MEETINGS DURING THE REVIEW
TABLE 2:         KEY IDP DATES
TABLE 3:         KEY MUNICIPAL INFORMATION
TABLE 4:         30 TOP PRIORITY PROJECTS
TABLE 5:         STATUS OF SECTOR PLANS
TABLE 6:         EXPENDITURE BUDGET
TABLE 7:         INCOME BUDGET
TABLE 8:         MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE BUDGET
TABLE 9:         CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BUDGET
TABLE 10:        ACTION PLAN 2005/06




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                         DANNHAUSER IDP: 2003/4 – 2004/5 REVIEW
                             For input into the 2005/6 Budget



1.0           INTRODUCTION
        1.1      BACKGROUND

                 1.1.1    The Dannhauser Municipality embarked on the 2003/04 Review of the
                          Dannhauser IDP (i.e. the Second Review) in December 2003, with the
                          preparation of a Draft Process Plan to guide the review process.

                 1.1.2    Based upon input from Forum members, as well as from officials and
                          government department/service provider representatives, a Project List
                          of “Additions to Existing „Proposed Projects/Actions‟ and New Projects
                          (as submitted by IDP Forum members)” was prepared.

                 1.1.3    A summary of the 2001 Census data was prepared. The summary
                          included a comparison of the 2001 Census data with the 1996 Census
                          data.

                 1.1.4    The SDF was updated to reflect a revised settlement hierarchy in order
                          to accommodate the settlement hierarchy contained in the revised
                          Amajuba Spatial Framework, i.e. Service Hub: Dannhauser; Service
                          Satellites: Hattingspruit and KwaMdakane; Service Sub-satellites:
                          Kilkeel, Thirst, Flint and Naasfarm.

                 1.1.5    As many municipalities in KwaZulu-Natal were unable to complete
                          their 2003/04 Review Processes by the end of June 2004 deadline, the
                          Directorate: Development Planning of the Department of Traditional
                          and Local Government Affairs issued a letter to all municipalities
                          advising them that if a 2003/4 Review was not completed by the end of
                          June 2004 then a municipality should “catch up” through a
                          consolidation of the 2003/4 and 2004/5 Review Processes into a
                          Review for Implementation in the 2005/6 financial year.

        1.2      LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

                 1.2.1    In terms of section 34 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems
                          Act, No. 32 of 2000 all municipalities are required to review their
                          Integrated Development Plans (IDP‟s) on an annual basis (and to the
                          extent that changing circumstances so demand), in accordance with a
                          prescribed process. In terms of section 28 of the Act, all municipalities
                          are required to “adopt a process set out in writing to guide the …
                          review” of their IDP‟s.

                 1.2.2    The Municipal Systems Act (No. 32 of 2000), together with the Local
                          Government: Municipal Planning and Performance Management
                          Regulations (R796 of 2001), set out the core components of the IDP‟s
                          which are summarized as:


                                  A long term Vision;

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                                  An assessment of the current levels of development in the
                                   municipality;
                                  Development priorities and objectives;
                                  Development strategies;
                                  A Spatial Development Framework;
                                  Operational strategies;
                                  Applicable Disaster Management Plans;
                                  A Financial Plan; and
                                  Key Performance Indicators (KPI‟s) and performance targets.

                 1.2.3    The Department of Provincial and Local Government‟s (DPLG)
                          guidelines have been used for the preparation of the IDP Review.
                          Although constrained by time, the review has followed the phases
                          identified in the DPLG‟s guide packs, namely:

                                  Phase 1:         Analysis
                                  Phase 2:         Development Strategies
                                  Phase 3:         Projects
                                  Phase 4:         Integration
                                  Phase 5:         Approval

                 1.2.4    This document, which complies with the above recommendations and
                          the various legislative requirements, has been prepared through a
                          desktop analysis of the Dannhauser IDP (2001/2), the Dannhauser
                          IDP Review (2002/3), the 2003/04 Review Process information, the
                          most recent available statistics as well as a community participation
                          process.

        1.3      INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

                 1.3.1    Section 16 of the Municipal Systems Act, No. 32 of 2000 requires a
                          municipality to “encourage, and create the conditions for, the local
                          community to participate in the … review of its integrated development
                          plan”.   In regard to the participation of the Dannhauser local
                          community in the 2003/2004 Review of the Dannhauser IDP, the two
                          mechanisms that were used were the Dannhauser IDP Representative
                          Forum and Ward Committees.

                 1.3.2    The dates of the IDP Representative Forum, Council and Steering/
                          technical Committee meetings held during the IDP Review were as
                          follows:


                 TABLE 1:          IDP MEETINGS DURING THE REVIEW
                 Meeting                                                      Date
                 Representative Forum                                         27 Febuary 2004
                 Representative Forum                                         3 June 2004
                 Representative Forum                                         3 November 2004
                 Representative Forum                                         7 June 2005
                 Council                                                      29 September 2004
                 Technical Committee                                          29 September 2004
                 Technical Committee                                          6 October 2004
                 Technical Committee                                          3 November 2004
                 Technical Committee                                          6 November 2004
                 Technical Committee                                          13 December 2004
                 Technical Committee                                          19 January 2005


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                 1.3.3       The existing Dannhauser IDP Representative Forum was re-
                             assembled for the purposes of the 2003/2004 Review, and
                             subsequently the Draft Process Plan for the Review of Dannhauser
                             IDP for Implementation during 2005/6.

                         The Forum includes Councillors and Council officials; representatives of
                         the District Municipality, national and provincial government departments
                         and corporate service providers; and representatives of local
                         development fora, gardening and sewing associations, women‟s groups,
                         business organisations, sporting bodies, farmers associations, education
                         bodies, trade unions, the disabled, churches, youth organisations,
                         political parties and health committees.

                         Three Dannhauser IDP Representative Forum meetings were held (on
                         27 February 2004, 3 June 2004, 3 November 2004 and 7 June 2004).
                         At the first meeting:

                         o      the comments received on the 2002/03 Review were discussed;
                         o      the IDP Vision was confirmed;
                         o      the 2001 Census data was presented;
                         o      the areas of focus to be covered in the 2003/04 Review were
                                discussed;
                         o      presentations were made with respect to progress on the
                                implementation of the IDP;
                         o      an amendment to the Spatial Development Framework was agreed
                                to;
                         o      the project prioritization process was explained; and
                         o      Forum members were given an opportunity to submit additional
                                projects for inclusion in the IDP.

                         At the second meeting:

                         o      a list of the additional projects identified by Forum members
                                was presented;
                         o      an outline of the 2003/04 Review Report was discussed;
                         o      the Prioritised List of Consolidated Municipal Priority Issues was
                                reviewed;
                         o      a Draft Organisational Scorecard for the Dannhauser Performance
                                Management System was presented; and
                         o      presentations were made by government departments/service
                                providers.


                         At the third meeting

                         o      the integration of the 2003/4 and 2004/5 IDP reviews was
                                discussed
                         o      the priority projects where confirmed
                         o      the need for rapid implementation was emphasized
                         o      the District Council‟s Cemetery plan was presented

                         At the fourth Meeting
                         o     the IDP project list was discussed with input by the service
                               providers
                         o     the PMS organizational scorecard was reviewed
                         o     the program for the next IDP was covered

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                    1.3.4   The IDP Steering/ Technical Committee (IDP SC) was also
                            established to provide management guidance on the preparation of the
                            IDP Review. This body, as per its constitution, comprised the
                            Municipal Manager, the Heads of Department of the Municipality, the
                            Amajuba PIMS Centre and the consultant assisting the Municipality
                            with the technical aspect of the IDP.
                            The Steering Committee discussed documentation pertaining to the
                            review and matters relating to the IDP and provided overall guidance.
                    1.3.5   The day-to-day management of the IDP Review process is the
                            responsibility of the newly appointed IDP manager with reports directly
                            to the Municipal Manager.
                    1.3.6   In the recent past the municipality has experienced institutional
                            instability but with the appointment of the Municipal Manager, Chief
                            Financial Officer and IDP Manager it is foreseen that implementation of
                            the IDP projects will run more smoothly. The municipality has
                            participated in the districts MAP programe and will continue to do so in
                            the future.

        1.4         IMPLEMENTATION REPORT

        The following section covers a report back on the implementation of the IDP to date:

                    1.4.1   Given the municipality‟s financial position and the organisational
                            difficultites experienced during the past year a lot of progress has been
                            made. For more detail please refer to the consolidated project list
                            Annexure B specifically Schedules 1 (Completed Projects) and 2
                            (Projects in Progress).
                    1.4.2   The municipality has experienced financial difficulties due to its limited
                            rates base and collection problems. More detail is included in the
                            financial plan in section 5.2 of this report. Although this has had a
                            significant impact on the IDP implementation, Council will actively
                            continue to source funding from all available sources.
                    1.4.3   In the recent past the municipality has experienced institutional
                            instability but with the appointment of the Municipal Manager, Chief
                            Financial Officer and IDP Manager it is foreseen that implementation of
                            the IDP projects will run more smoothly.
                    1.4.4   It is Council‟s intention to implement a Performance Management
                            System this year, and successful implementation will result in
                            improved service delivery.

        1.5         THE PROCESS PLAN

                    1.5.1   Before embarking upon the IDP Review Process, a Process Plan was
                            prepared and adopted by Council. The Process Plan, in accordance
                            with the legislative requirements, set out the following:
                             A programme identifying planning activities and associated
                                timeframes;
                             Mechanisms and procedures for participation and consultation;
                             The institutional arrangements to manage the IDP; and
                             Plans and planning requirements binding the municipality in terms
                                of legislation.

              1.6      THE PROCESS FOLLOWED




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                     1.6.1    The Dannhauser IDP Review commenced in December 2003 with
                              the preparation of the Draft Process Plan. The process for the
                              preparation of the IDP Review for the 2004/05 and 2005/06
                              financial year is summarised as follows:

                 TABLE 2:          KEY IDP DATES

                  ACTIVITIES                                           TIMEFRAME
                  Adoption of the Process Plan                         January 2004
                  Preparation of the IDP Review                        February – May 2004
                  documentation.
                  Advertisement of new process plan for                15 October 2004
                  amalgamated 03-04 and 04-05 review
                  Adoption by Council of amalgamated process           28 September 2004
                  plan
                  Adoption by council of the draft IDP                 9 December 2004
                  Submission of draft to DTLGA                         15 December 2005
                  Changes to IDP as per comments                       March 2005
                  Adopt Final IDP                                      June 2005



    2.           ANALYSIS PHASE
         2.1 KEY MUNICIPAL STATISTICS
         The table reflects key municipal information. During this review process, there was
         the opportunity to compare 1996 to 2001 statistics. More detailed information is
         included in Annexure E.
                TABLE 3:        KEY MUNICIPAL INFORMATION

                  BASIC FACTS                          FIGURES
                                                           2001                          1996
                  Total Population                         102 779                       99250
                                 2
                  Total Area (km )                                          151,653,23
                  % of total population of
                  Amajuba DM                               21,96 %                       24.2%
                  # households with income <
                  1600 per month                           100 569                       90 242
                             Age Profile                                                 13.7%
                               0–4                          12,6 %
                               5 – 14                        28 %                        27.1%
                              15 – 34                       33,5 %                       34.7%
                              35 – 65                       21,2 %                       20.3%
                              Over 65                        4,7 %                        4.3%
                  Unemployment
                  (% of income earning                      67,4 %                       45.9%
                  population)
                                                                      (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)

         2.2 ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
         As part of the first round of the IDP preparation, an in-depth environmental analysis of
         the Dannhauser Municipal Area was undertaken as part of the analysis phase. The
         purpose of the analysis was to ensure that the IDP Development Strategies and
         Projects took existing environmental problems, threats and risks into consideration,
         as well as environmental assets, which required protection or controlled
         management. The analysis was based on desk-top work (i.e. on existing information
         contained in various reports), telephonic interviews with key interested and affected
         parties and data provided by KZN Wildlife. The approach to environmental
         management within municipalities has however changed in recent years, and this
         analysis may therefore be somewhat outdated. To address this, the municipality has

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        sourced funding to undertake a municipal level SEA. The original environmental
        analysis did however inform the spatial development framework and will inform all
        future sector plans until such time as the SEA is completed. A summary of the
        environmental analysis is therefore included in annexure E of this report as part of
        the analysis phase.




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3.0     STRATEGIC PHASE

        3.1 MUNICIPAL VISION AND OBJECTIVES

                 3.1.1    MUNICIPAL VISION

                          A long-term Vision was determined during Phase 2 of the original IDP
                          Process (2001/2). Following recommendations for both the
                          Representative Forum and the Steering Committee, the original visions
                          was reviewed into the vollowing visions and missions statement.


                           VISION FOR THE DANNHAUSER MUNICIPAL AREA

       By 2015 council will endeavor to make the Dannhauser Municipal Area a sustainable
       area, with a safe, attractive living environment, and a viable economy, based on
       agriculture, industrial and tourism development, providing sufficient job opportunities.



                 MISSION STATEMENT FOR THE DANNHAUSER MUNICIPAL AREA

        Council will achieve the municipal vision through providing its residents with good,
        affordable basic infrastructure, a wide range of public facilities and services and
        housing opportunities and improving access to land and security of tenure. Council
        will also endeavor to make Dannhauser a strong, financially viable local government
        which promotes communication, co-operation and equal opportunities for all.

                 3.1.2    OBJECTIVES

                          During the first half of 2004, a workshop was held, with council to
                          familiarise it with the principles and objectives of a Performance
                          Mangement System using the Province‟s Best Practice Guide, a draft
                          report including an organisational scorecard was formulated and
                          workshopped on three occasions with the Steering Committee.

                          The PMS provides a tool by which to measure the achievement of
                          strategies. As indicated in the report the municipal priority issues and
                          objectives form the basis of the strategic scorecard‟s KPI‟s and targets.
                          As such the scorecard provides the most appropriate description of the
                          municipal objectives and strategies, and is attached in Annexure D.
                          Further the Spatial Development Framework as detailed below and in
                          MAP 1 informs development objectives within the municipality.

        3.2 SPATIAL FRAMEWORK – SEE MAP 1

                 3.2.1    The Dannhauser Spatial Development Framework (SDF) was
                          amended as a priority in the 2005/06 review process. It provides a
                          broad indication of where different types of development should take
                          place within the municipal area. As such, it provides general direction
                          to guide decision-making (and thereby contribute towards the creation
                          of integrated and inhabited towns and residential areas), a framework
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                          the municipal area and a framework for public and private sector
                          investment.

                 3.2.2    In terms of the Dannhauser SDF, the Settlement Hierarchy proposed
                          for the municipal area is as follows:


                             HUB:        Dannhauser (including Dannhauser, Emafusini and
                              Durnacol areas);is the primary center of the municipal area. It
                              provides a range of higher order services and facilities to the
                              surrounding small settlements and rural areas (including police
                              stations, clinic, welfare office, primary and secondary schools,
                              magistrates court, and post office). It serves as the distribution and
                              coordination point of the municipality.
                             SERVICE SATELLITE: Hattingspruit and KwaMdakane. These
                              offer fewer services than the hub but act as lower order localities
                              where a range of services and activities could be concentrated in a
                              sustainable way.
                             SERVICE SUB-SATELLITES: Flint, Thirst, Naasfarm and Kilkeel,
                              these offer a narrow range of services. It has however been
                              recommended that supplementary services be clustered at the
                              satellites for example a Multi Purpose Community Center.

                 3.2.3    The following Movement Corridors linking the hub and satellites are
                          proposed as follows:

                             PRIMARY MOVEMENT CORRIDOR: The N11 national road
                              linking Newcastle and Ladysmith.
                             SECONDARY MOVEMENT CORRIDOR: The R621 main road
                              linking Dannhauser and Hattingspruit to the N11 to the north and to
                              Dundee/ Glencoe in the South.
                             TERTIARY MOVEMENT CORRIDORS: There are three such
                              corridors- Road 272; Road 296 and Road 205-2.

                 3.2.4    The SDF indicates desired patterns of land use in the municipal area,
                          namely:

                             CONSERVATION AREAS: These areas include the KZN Wildlife‟s
                              Chelmsford Nature Reserve, Important Landscapes, Important
                              Ecosystems and Communities, and Important Species Sites.
                             COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE: This includes the following areas:
                              Extensive Grazing (areas where natural grasslands are used for animal
                              grazing); Forestry (areas used for timber production); Mixed Farming
                              Areas (areas which are used for cropping, horticulture and extensive
                              grazing) and Irrigated Cropping (potential irrigation areas).
                             RURAL RESIDENTIAL: This comprises the Traditional Authority areas
                              where there are numerous settlements and the residential use of tribal
                              land with limited cropping and grazing.
                             URBAN EDGE:           This comprises the boundaries of the former
                              Dannhauser and Hattingspruit TLC areas and the developed portion of
                              Durnacol.
                             MINING AND QUARRYING: This includes the operational mines (ie.
                              Cambrian Dump, Springlake and Spies Dump) and the non-operational
                              and abandoned/ liquidated mines in the municipal area.

                 3.2.5    The following intervention areas were also identified:
                             MINE REHABILITATION: The rehabilitation of mines once they have
                              been closed (Durnacol) and the addressing of problems associated with

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                                  abandoned and liquidated mines (Camarvon Mine, St Georges, NCC No
                                  1, NCC No 2, NCC No 3, and NCC No 4).
                                 SPECIAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AREAS: This comprises
                                  the “Western Highland” area located in the foothills of the Drakensberg
                                  escarpment (in the western portion of the municipal area.
                                 TOURISM/ RECREATION AREAS: These include the Chelmsford
                                  Nature Reserve; the escarpment and water catchment areas in the
                                  western part of the municipal area, and traditional settlements and land
                                  uses.
                                 LAND REFORM AREAS: This includes areas such as Alcockspruit/
                                  Kopje Alleen and Mossdale.
                                 POVERTY RELIEF AREAS: This comprises the densely settled
                                  Traditional Authority areas in the north-eastern portion of the municipal
                                  areas.

                 3.2.6    The SDF map has been amended as part of the review process, and
                          is attached at Annexure C. The original report however still remains
                          and is relevant as a explanatory document to the map. This report is
                          attached at Annexure C.

4 PROJECTS PHASE
        4.1 PROJECT PRIORITISATION
              4.1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE PROJECT PRIORITISATION MODEL
                    There are a large number, and a wide range, of proposed projects
                    which have been identified through the IDP processes of municipalities
                    in KwaZulu-Natal. A substantial number of these proposed projects
                    will require grant funding/loans if they are to be undertaken. Further,
                    due to resource constraints, they cannot all be funded at once. It is
                    therefore vitally important to be able to determine which are the priority
                    projects – both within each municipality and within the district as a
                    whole – in a fair and informed manner. Some of the challenges that
                    are faced in this regard are:

                                   how to determine the highest priority projects;
                                   how to include IDP “thinking” in terms of strategies and policies;
                                   how to cater for emergency projects; and
                                   how to manage priorities in terms of budgets.

                          A model has therefore been developed (by Intermap) to assist the
                          municipality in the prioritisation and scheduling of projects. The model
                          requirements were as follows:

                                   it must be a tool which is practical and simple to use.
                                   it must be acceptable to the users;
                                   it must be transparent;
                                   it must have integrity.

                 4.1.2    HOW DOES THE MODEL WORK

                          Each project that has been identified in the IDP process is assessed in
                          terms of a set of performance criteria (see table on the following page).
                          The score (or assessment rating) that the project gets in terms of each
                          of the criteria is entered into the computer. There are three types of
                          performance criteria:

                                   development criteria;
                                   operational criteria; and

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                                         maintenance/emergency criteria.

                Each score (assessment rating) that is entered into the computer, per performance
                criteria, is then multiplied by a criteria weight and a category weight. The rating table
                and weighting tables used in the prioritization process has been included in Annexure
                F. The computer then calculates a total score (a weighting index) for the particular
                project being assessed. Once all projects have been assessed, a Prioritised Projects
                List is generated, which ranks projects in order from the highest priority to the lowest
                priority accordingly to their weighting index.

                It is noted however that the Dannhauser Council is the final decision maker in regard to
                the prioritisation of projects – the model therefore allows for “Project Priority Override”
                (i.e. it allows for the rank of a project to be increased or decreased).

                The following is a table of the top thirty priority projects identified. Projects that are in
                indicated in bold are in progress but that may still require some funding.

                TABLE 4: 30 TOP PRIORITY PROJECTS
                      DANNHAUSER IDP: PRIORITISED POTENTIAL PROJECTS LIST (UPDATED JANUARY 2005)
                                      PROJECT REFERENCE AND NAME                                         Weighting
                                                                                                          Index
2/12/b: UPGRADE DURNACOL WATER WORKS                                                                           8.044
2/12/f:     UPGRADE HATTINGSPRUIT WATER SUPPLY                                                                  7.744
2/12/a: COMPLETE REPLACEMENT OF WATER METERS (DANNHAUSER, DURNACOL, EMAFUSINI)                                  7.725
2/2/a:      SUPPORT AMAJUBA AND UTHUKELA TO PROVIDE BASIC WATER SUPPLY – RURAL AREAS                            7.669
2/2/c:      CONSTRUCT BULK PIPELINES TO WARD 8, WARD 6 AND WARD 4)                                              7.650
2/12/g: EXTEND WATER SUPPLY TO RAMAPOSA AREA – HATTINGSPRUIT                                                    7.594
2/2/b:      CONSTRUCT WATER PIPELINE (TO KILKEEL – THIRST – FAIRBREEZE – POONA – RUTLAND – ANNIEVILLE)          7.500
2/2/d:      CONSTRUCT BULK WATER PIPELINES TO SERVE RURAL AREAS OF WARD 1                                       7.350
2/8/a:      UPGRADING AND PROVISION OF TOILET FACILITIES AT ALL SCHOOLS                                         7.288
2/4/a:      DEVELOP SPRING PROTECTION PROGRAMME – PROJECTS IN ALL WARDS                                         7.144
4/1/a:      ESTABLISH A HIV/AIDS AWARENESS PROGRAMME                                                            7.132
2/12/e: FINALISE ARRANGEMENTS FOR TAKEOVER OF NO. 1 DAM DURNACOL (EMERGENCY RAW WATER)                          7.013
2/13/a: UPGRADE DURNACOL SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS                                                                 6.919
2/13/d: INSTALL SEWAGE RETICULATION SYSTEM IN DANNHAUSER INDUSTRIAL AREA                                        6.717
4/1/j:      UNDERTAKE A HOME BASED CARE PROJECT – ANNIEVILLE (WARD 7)                                           6.699
4/6/d:      ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY GARDENS – VARIOUS CLUBS                                              6.658
2/6/a:      UNDERTAKE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE – PROVINCIAL, DISTRICT, COMMUNITY ACCESS ROADS                        6.506
2/6/l:      SURFACE ROAD 272 FROM ANNIEVILLE TO PAST PERTH FARM                                                 6.495
4/6/a:      ESTABLISH AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORKGROUP – INVESTIGATE COMMUNITY GARDENS PROJECTS                   6.464
4/1/c:      ESTABLISH A HOME BASED CARE PROGRAMME                                                               6.428
2/3/b:      FEASIBILITY STUDY – SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS AT SERVICE SATELLITES                                   6.423
2/14/d: PURCHASE EQUIPMENT TO PROVIDE/MAINTAIN ESSENTIAL SERVICES – WATER TANKERS (TRAILER) X2                  6.413
5/2/a: POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMME                                                                            6.357
2/5/a: EMERGENCY WATER SUPPLY – TANKS IN ALL WARDS                                                              6.263
1/1/e: INVESTIGATE PROJECTS IN TERMS OF LRAD PROGRAMME                                                          6.256
2/6/j: SURFACE 240 AND 296 FROM ROAD 240 TO SPRINGBOK LAAGTE T-JUNCTION                                         6.256
2/12/I: RETICULATE DANNHAUSER INDUSTRIAL AREA                                                                   6.225
2/17/a: ESTABLISH NEW LANDFILL SITE                                                                             6.221
2/15/a: RESEAL ROADS IN DURNACOL                                                                                6.166


                  4.1.3             CAPITAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMME

                  The municipality is currently receiving extensive Management assistance from the
                  provincial Government, particularly in respect of the Financial Management. The
                  financial records are therefore substantially incomplete. A new Chief Financial Officer

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          assumed duty on 1 December 2004, and will require time to familiarise himself with
          the situation. A first draft financial plan was prepared and includes arrangements,
          strategy, revenue and expenditure forecast and an action plan. However the financial
          element of this review focuses on the extension of the recovery process and the
          implementation of an action plan for further action plans for the subsequent years that
          will be decided upon during the framing of a 5 year budget to ensure future alignment.
          The recovery plan, due for completion by 30 June 2005, is behind schedule, and
          several tasks, including the compilation of a 5 year Budget (Operating and Capital),
          can only be addressed during the early months of 2005.

      In order to formulate a realistic and implementable Capital Investment Programme,
      careful review of the following categories of projects will be required:

         Projects contained in the Capital Investment Programme of the IDP (2002)
         Projects programmed for implementation by the various service providers
         Projects identified by the Departments within the Amajuba District Municipality
         Information relating to projects programmed by the various service providers has
          been obtained from:
             Department of Housing
             Department of Home Affairs
             Department of Health (KwaZulu-Natal)
             Department of Agriculture and Environmental Affairs
             Department of Minerals and Energy
             Eskom
             Telkom
             Department of Social Welfare and Population Development
             Department of Public Works
             Department of Land Affairs
             Department of Transport
             South African Post Office
             Department Water Affairs and Forestry
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                TABLE 9: CAPITAL EXPENDITURE PROGRAMME
CATEGORY            PROJECT DESCRIPTION                PRIORITY           RESPONSIBLE      FUNDING          2005/2006     2006/2007     2007/2008
& PROJECT                                               RATING             AUTHORITY       SOURCE             R’000         R’000         R’000
 NUMBER
1/3/e             Prepare Planning Scheme for         6,256           Dannhauser        DT&LGA                 R200 000
                  the rural areas of the                              Municipality
                  municipality, based on the IDP
                  spatial development
                  framework
2 / 14 / e        Purchase 2 more bakkies.            5,850           Dannhauser        Dannhauser             R150 000      R150 000
                  (1 per annum)                                       Municipality      Municipality
2 / 15 / e        Upgrade roads in                    5,644           Dannhauser        Dannhauser                                         R500 000
                  Dannhauser.                                         Municipality      Municipality
2 / 15 / f        Upgrade Newcastle Road in           6,002           Dannhauser        Dannhauser                                         R780 000
                  Dannhauser.                                         Municipality      Municipality

2 / 15 / k        Establish road network in           6,047           Dannhauser        CMIP                                             R3 000 000
                  Dannhauser industrial area.                         Municipality      Dannhauser
                  (New)                                                                 Municipality

2 / 15 / l        Purchase additional                 5,736           Dannhauser        Dannhauser              R82 500      R100 000
                  equipment (cleansing) – to                          Municipality      Municipality
                  maintain pavements.


4/1/a             Conduct a HIV/AIDS                  7132            Dannhauser        DBSA (Grant)           R100 000
                  awareness campaign, in                              Municipality
                  association with the                                Dept of Health
                  Department of Health.
4/1/b             Facilitate the establishment of     5453            Dannhauser        Dannhauser                            R80 000
                  an Aids Training, Information                       Municipality      Municipality
                  and Counselling (ATIC)                              NGO
                  Centre in Dannhauser
4/6/b             Identify land for community         6145            Dannhauser        DT&LGA                               R150 000
                  gardens and undertake                               Municipality
                  agricultural assessments of
                  identified land parcels (e.g.



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CATEGORY        PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   PRIORITY        RESPONSIBLE      FUNDING              2005/2006     2006/2007     2007/2008
& PROJECT                                              RATING          AUTHORITY       SOURCE                 R’000         R’000         R’000
 NUMBER
              areas adjacent to the river in
              Ward 6; Ward 7; Ward 8).

4/9/a         Investigate needs of creches        5826            Dannhauser        Department of                             R10 000
              (including furniture, fencing,                      Municipality      Social Welfare
              play equipment), e.g. fencing                                         Amajuba District
              for Poona creche.                                                     Municipality

4/9/b         Provide basic equipment to          5826            Dannhauser        Department of                            R250 000
              creches in need, including:                         Municipality      Social Welfare
              - Phembisizwe Creche                                                  Amajuba District
                  (Currah Farm);                                                    Municipality
              - Siphimfundo Creche
                  (Perth Farm);
              - Bufflebomzamo Creche
                  (Currah Farm);
              - Poona Creche (Ward 6) –
                  furniture; and
              - Greenock (Ward 8).
              -
5/1/a         Establish a Gender Equality         5318            Dannhauser        DBSA (Grant)                R50 000
              Programme.                                          Municipality

5/2/a         Establish a Poverty Alleviation     6367            Dannhauser        DBSA (Grant)                R50 000
              Programme.                                          Municipality
              -
              MFMA Implementation                 -               Dannhauser        National                   R250 000      R500 000
                                                                  Municipality      Treasury
                                                                                                               R882 500    R1 240 000    R4 280 000




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  5   INTEGRATION PHASE
            5.1 SECTOR PLANS

      The Amajuba District Municipality adopted the approach that sector plans are to be
      prepared at a District level, with specific focus on each local municipality. This will
      allow for proper co-ordination and full involvement of all stakeholders, as well as
      reduce costs to local municipalities. The outputs of this process are all- inclusive
      sector plans for implementation by each municipality within the district.

      The following table summarises the status of the sector plans:

      TABLE 5 : STATUS OF SECTOR PLANS
Sector Plan                   Status                                          Accessed From:
Environmental Management Plan Completed                                       Amajuba District
                                                                              Municipality
Solid Waste Management Plan               Completed                           Amajuba District
                                                                              Municipality
Cemetery Plan                             Completed but implementation        Amajuba District
                                          plan required                       Municipality
PMS                                       Due for Completion July 2005        Dannhauser Local
                                                                              Municipality
Current Public Transport Plan             Due for completion end              -
                                          January 2006
Disaster Management Plan                  Due for completion end              -
                                          January 2006
Water Services Development Plan           Complete but undergoing             Amajuba District
                                          review                              Municipality
Local Economic Development                Completed                           Amajuba District
Study                                                                         Municipality
HIV/AIDS Program                          Completed                           Amajuba District
                                                                              Municipality
Tourism Plan                              Completed                           Amajuba District
                                                                              Municipality
Housing Strategy                          Due for Completion July 2005        -
Poverty Reduction Programme               Included as part of LED             Amajuba District
                                                                              Municipality
Electricity Supply Development            Due for completion end June         -
Plan                                      2005

      5.2      FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

            5.2.1           INTRODUCTION

                    The implementation of the Integrated Development Plan is largely reliant
                    on the efficiency of the financial management system and the financial
                    position of the municipality, and a strategy to enhance this capacity is
                    necessary.




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                 The principles, Strategic Financial Framework, the Medium Term
                 Expenditure Framework (for the next three years) and Capital Investment
                 Programme, are outlined in this section. The emphasis for the initial year,
                 i.e. 2005/06, is on projects receiving committed funding.

                 The municipality is currently the object of an extensive Municipal
                 Assistance Programme, funded by the KwaZulu Natal Provincial
                 Government. The Recovery Plan implemented will certainly contribute
                 greatly to the Accounting and Reporting Backlog, and will assist in some
                 of the institutional aspects of financial management. The programme is
                 not currently designed to improve the financial position of the municipality,
                 or it‟s inhabitants. The latter aspect should receive urgent attention over
                 the next five years.

                 At the time of compilation of this plan, the financial records were still
                 substantially in arrears, and the latest Balance Sheet (30 June 2003)
                 reflected a deficit of over R 3,5m on Operating account.

                 Since the Dannhauser Municipality is characterised by a substantial lack
                 of basic services (for the major portion of the Municipality), the emphasis
                 will fall on basic service provision, which could be funded by all levels of
                 government and service providers. Local economic development should
                 be encouraged as it could have a spill-over effect, which would be
                 beneficial to the municipality as a whole, triggering more investment.

        5.2.2              ARRANGEMENTS

                 The following arrangements regarding Resources and Guidelines will
                 receive attention:

                5.2.2.1              Inventory of Resources

                          Staff

                                 An organisational structure for the finance department will be
                                  regularly reviewed.

                                 Job Descriptions will be kept updated for all Finance staff.

                                 A Systems Procedure manual needs to be documented as
                                  guidance to staff.

                                 Training of staff will be performed in terms of a Skills
                                  Development Plan.




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                        Supervisory Authority

                              The Executive Committee deals with all financial issues, with
                               the Mayor as Chairperson.

                              The Municipal Manager is the Accounting Officer, and is
                               therefore responsible for the financial management.

                              The Financial Manager will however be tasked with the day-to-
                               day management of the Finance directorate in terms of his/her
                               Performance agreement with the Municipal Manager.

                              An Audit Committee will perform a Monitoring and Evaluation
                               function of External, Internal and Performance audit
                               procedures and control systems.

                        Systems

                              Debtors Billing, Receipting, Creditors, Payroll function, Internal
                               Loans and Main Ledger is currently performed on the
                               TURBOMUNIX Data Processing System. The compatibility of
                               the system with Council‟s specifications will be regularly
                               reviewed, inclusive of support services (hardware and
                               software), and training for staff on the applications utilized.

                              The Assets management system is receiving Council‟s
                               attention, and a proper system will be introduced.

                              Grants, Investments, Cash at Bank (reconciliation), and
                               External Loans will be managed with Control spreadsheets.
                               Incorporation into the Financial Management System will be
                               pursued.

                              Systems procedure manuals to all staff will be developed.

                        Accommodation

                              Offices: This space is adequate for Council‟s requirements.

                              Registry: The implementation of a central facility will be
                               investigated.

                              Archives: An archiving system will be developed to conform to
                               legislation.

                     5.2.2.2       Management Guidelines

                     The formulation and adoption by Council of Policies and Bylaws to
                     guide management towards the attainment of the vision and mission
                     of the Municipality is a crucial aspect. The following policies have
                     been drafted and public comment has been invited. It is anticipated


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                     that Council will consider these for adoption towards the end of
                     January 2005.

                    Procurement / Supply Chain Management Policy – conforming to
                     National legislation (including the Preferential Procurement Policy
                     Framework Act and Municipal Finance Management Act) and
                     Council‟s own vision;

                    Investment Policy – conforming to the guidelines supplied by the
                     Institute of Municipal Finance Officers and the Local Authorities
                     Ordinance;

                    Tariff Policy – conforming to the principles contained in the Municipal
                     Systems Act;

                    Rates Policy – conforming to the principles outlined in the Property
                     Rates Act and the Local Authorities Ordinance (Ord. 25 of 1974);

                    Credit Control and Debt Collection Policy – in accordance with the
                     Municipal Systems Act and Case studies in this respect;

                    Indigent Support Policy – from the National guidelines on this aspect;

                    Transport Management Policy – to promote efficient use and effective
                     control over the use of transport;

                    Financing policy – to conform to the requirements of the Municipal
                     Finance Management Act, and Generally Accepted Municipal
                     Accounting Practice.

                    Asset Management Policy – in terms of the Guidelines supplied by the
                     Institute of Municipal Finance Officers and the Accounting Standards
                     Board. The formulation of this policy has been pended.

        Legislation requires that certain policies eg. Credit control and Debt collection be
        supported by Bylaws, to assist enforcement.

        5.2.3             STRATEGY

             Strategies to be employed to improve the financial management efficiency
             and the financial position are as follows:

                5.2.3.1          Financial Guidelines and Procedures
                   The Accounting policies will be reviewed to conform to the provisions
                      contained in the Municipal Finance Management Act, and the
                      Guidelines supplied by the Department of Finance and Accounting
                      Standards Board.

                    Procedures to give effect to these policies will be compiled. The
                     Procedures will be aligned with Council‟s policies regarding the
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                     Terms of Reference of the various Standing Committees, to affix
                     responsibility.


                    Alignment with the Performance Management System will ensure the
                     necessary control to Council

               5.2.3.2             Financing

                      Operating

                          The newly incorporated areas are currently not contributing
                          towards the rate base. The implementation of the Property Rating
                          Act, with re-valuation, will accommodate rating throughout the
                          Council. The income to finance the operating account is mainly
                          from rates, predominantly householders, as the area has no other
                          source of income. The refuse service is an economic account and
                          tariffs will be maintained in this respect. The equitable share
                          allocation from the National Government is utilized to finance the
                          shortfall on operating account, and subsidises the provision of
                          services.

                      Capital

                          Capital is funded through internal loans and grant funding.

                          External loans will only be taken up as a last resort for finance, to
                          negate the effect of Capital charges on Cash flow.

                          Housing Developments will be funded from the funds with
                          Provincial Housing Board approval.

                      Local Economic Development

                          Council will embark on an extended Local Economic Development
                          Programme, structured to facilitate financing from the Community
                          Based Public Works Programme, Municipal Infrastructure Grants,
                          National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund and Donor Agencies,
                          national and international.


               5.2.3.3             Revenue raising

                      Rates

                          The Council will commence with a plan to obtain a database for
                          the entire area onto GIS in order to re-value all properties. This
                          will widen the rate-base to include all properties.

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                          Tariffs for all services will be reviewed to conform to the principles
                          contained in the Tariff policy, the Indigent Support policy and the
                          National guidelines in respect of the provisions of Free Basic
                          Services. The Data Processing system will be reconfigured to
                          accommodate these requirements.

                       Other Services

                          The possibility to raise revenue from services not previously
                          provided by the Council, in accordance with the Schedules to the
                          Constitution, and the Division of Powers and Functions (Section
                          84(1) of the Municipal Structures Act), will be investigated

                5.2.3.4            Asset Management

                       The assets will be managed in terms of the applicable policy from
                       Council. Maintenance plans will be drawn up and implemented for all
                       major assets with an extended lifespan.

                       A feasibility study will be performed to establish the optimal use of all
                       Council-owned immovable property, as well as the possible take-over
                       of Durnacol Infrastructure.

                       The obsolescence and redundancy of assets will be regularly
                       monitored, with adequate replacement cycles being instituted, where
                       applicable and affordable.

                5.2.3.5            Cost-effectiveness

                       The Expenditure / Procurement division will be tasked to perform
                       costing exercises on major expenditure, goods and services, in
                       respect of projects and continuous contracts, to ensure Council
                       obtains maximum benefit. The applicable policies will provide the
                       guidelines in this respect.

                       The „in-house‟ provision of services will also be measured against
                       outsourced suppliers of services.

        A system to control under-utilised or unused assets and stock will be instituted,
        with means to obtain a benefit to Council therefrom investigated.

        5.2.4             REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FORECAST

             5.2.4.1               Financial Position

                       Cash Position

                       Council does not have cash resources available to meet its
                       immediate needs, due to the nonrecovery of billed income (almost
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                       Certain resources are representative of the unspent funds held by
                       Council in respect of Government Grants. The utilization of these
                       monies to finance operating expenses, and projects other than their
                       directed use is not permissible.

                       Funds and Reserves

                       The Accumulated funds of the Capital Development Fund and Public
                       Improvement Fund have been utilised to finance Capital expenditure
                       by the Rate and General Service and Water Service. The portion of
                       these funds that have not been applied in this fashion is not available
                       as cash/investments, and advances for Capital Expenditure are not
                       possible.

                       Council‟s Provisions set aside for specific purposes e.g. Leave and
                       Bad debts, are not represented by either Cash or Investments, as a
                       result of outstanding Debtors.

                       Debtors

                       The implementation of the procedures in terms of the Credit control
                       and Debt collection Policy will facilitate the management of cash flow,
                       and place Council in a position to finance operation expenses.

             5.2.4.2               Rates and Tariffs

                       The structure of Property Rates and Tariffs will be implemented in
                       accordance with the applicable Council Policy documents.

             5.2.4.3               Equitable Share Allocation

                       Council is largely reliant on this source of revenue to finance its
                       Operating expenses, and this dependency is likely to increase over
                       the next five years. Increased allocations in terms of the Division of
                       Revenue Act were published for the next two years.

             5.2.4.4      Expenditure Budget
             TABLE 6:     EXPENDITURE BUDGET
                                             BUDGET                          BUDGET       BUDGET
              EXPENDITURE                    2005/06                         2006/07      2007/08
                                                R                               R            R

              Salaries, wages and allowances                     7,250,705   7,613,240    7,993,902
              General expenditure – other                        4,988,052   5,237,455    5,499,328
              Repairs and maintenance                            1,410,844   1,481,386    1,555,455
              Capital charges
               External interest and redemption                    183,750    192,938       192,938
               Redemption of external debt                         321,563    337,641       337,641
               Internal interest and redemption                     40,175     42,184        44,293
              Contributions to fixed assets                        250,000    300,000       350,000


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              Contributions to special funds                       196,161        205,969        216,267
              Provisions for working capital                     2,897,881      2,942,775      2,989,913
              Total Gross Budgeted Expenditure                  17,539,131     18,353,588     19,179,737

             5.2.4.5               Income Budget
             TABLE 7:               INCOME BUDGET
                                                                BUDGET         BUDGET          BUDGET
              INCOME                                            2005/06        2006/07         2007/08
                                                                   R              R               R


              Property rates                                     3,184,400   3,343,620          3,510,801
              Refuse removal                                       407,124     427,480            448,854
              Grants                                            13,030,000 14,326,000          15,615,000
              Interest and investment income
               External                                                  0              0
               Internal                                             11,244         11,807         12,397
              Other                                              1,088,950      1,143,397        200,567


                                                   TOTAL        17,721,718     19,252,304      19,787,619

             5.2.4.6               Medium Term Expenditure Framework

             TABLE 8: MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE BUDGET
                                                                2005/2006       2006/2007      2007/2008
                                                                    R               R              R

              OPERATING EXPENDITURE                               17,539,131     18,353,588     19,179,737

              CAPITAL EXPENDITURE:                                   882,500      1,240,000      4,280,000

                                                                  18,421,631     19,593,588     23,459,737



        5.2.5             ACTION PLAN

             5.2.5.1 The projects identified in the IDP to be directly controlled by Council,
                     are included in the Capital Investment Programme (Section 5.2.5).

             5.2.5.2 Projects identified for implementation by other institutions regarding
                     Infrastructure, e.g. Escom, Department of Transport, Department of
                     Education, Department of Health, Department of Agriculture and
                     Environmental Affairs will be actively promoted to the respective
                     institutions for their prioritisation. Monitoring of implementation will
                     also resort to Council.




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       TABLE 10: FINANCIAL TABLE
                                                 DANNHAUSER MUNICIPALITY– ACTION PLAN 2005/2006
PROJECT           PRIORITY AREA            OBJECTIVE               STRATEGY               INDICATORS           TIMEFRAME   ACCOUNTABLE
NUMBER                                                                                                                     OFFICIAL
1/3/e             Environment and          Rural Planning          Appoint Consultants    Completed Planning   Sept. „05   Technical Manager
                  Land                     Scheme                                         documents
2 / 14 / e        Infrastructure           Purchase of             Call for Tenders       Vehicles Purchased   Sept. „05   Technical Manager
                                           Vehicles
2 / 15 / l        Infrastructure           Purchase of             Call for Quotations    Equipment            Sept. „05   Technical Manager
                                           Cleansing                                      Purchased
                                           Equipment
4/1/a             Social                   HIV/AIDS                Campaign with          Community            Nov. „05    Community Services:
                                           awareness               Department of Health   Communication                    Health
                                                                                          established
5/1/a             Institutional            Gender Equality         Compile a              Programme            Sept. „05   Manager: Corporate
                                                                   Programme of Action    compiled                         Services
5/2/a             Institutional            Poverty                 Compile a              Programme            Sept. „05   Manager: Corporate
                                           Alleviation             Programme of Action    compiled                         Community
                  Institutional            Implement MFMA          Implement Action       National Treasury    June „06    Manager: Finance
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5.3      ALIGNMENT
The power and functions and their alignment conform to that which was gazetted for
both the local and district municipalities. The district PIMSS was part of the steering
committee and IDP representative forum, and provided input into all phases. The Spatial
Development Framework was reviewed with the specific purpose of ensuring alignment
between the district and local frameworks. The settlement hierarchy now conforms with
that of the district municipality Spatial Development Framework. All projects arising from
the local IDP, which fall within the districts function, have been included in the district
budgeting process. Those projects that are the responsibility of the local municipality are
included in their action plan detailed in the IDP review report. In terms of service provider
participation the PIMSS was involved throughout the process. Provincial and National
departments that participated on a regular basis included the department of health, the
department of health and welfare and department of traditional and local government
affairs. Individual meetings were held with other departments.

The Amajuba District Municipality adopted the approach that sector plans are to be
prepared at a district level, with specific focus on each local municipality. This will allow
for proper co-ordination and full involvement of all stakeholders as well as reduce costs
to local municipalities. The outputs of this process are all- inclusive sector plans for
implementation by each municipality within the district.




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                                    ANNEXURE A



                          INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK




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                                    ANNEXURE B

                         CONSOLIDATED PROJECT LIST




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                                DANNHAUSER MUNICPALITY
                             INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN

                       POTENTIAL PROJECTS LIST FOR INPUT INTO
                                 2005 / 2006 BUDGETS




BROKEN DOWN AS FOLLOWS:
SCHEDULE 1:    PROJECTS COMPLETED
SCHEDULE 2:    PROJECTS IN PROGESS
SCHEDULE 3:    POTENTIAL PROJECTS FOR WHICH THE LOCAL
               MUNICIPALITY IS RESPONSIBLE
SCHEDULE 4:    POTENTIAL PROJECTS FOR WHICH OUTSIDE AGENCIES
               ARE RESPONSIBLE


NOTE:            PRIORITY RATING HAS BEEN UNDERTAKEN THROUGH A
                 PRIORITISATION MODEL.
                 THE SUGGESTED INTERPRETATION OF PRIORITY IS AS
FOLLOWS:

                 SCORE GREATER THAN 5 :                      PRIORITY 1
                 SCORE BETWEEN 3 AND 5 :                     PRIORITY 2
                 SCORE LESS THAN 3     :                     PRIORITY 3



SCHEDULE 5:               PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY THE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY IN
DECEMBER 2004.
                          These have not been prioritised but will be as part of the 2005/06
                          review process.




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                                           SCHEDULE 1:

                            PROJECTS THAT HAVE BEEN COMPLETED




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                                            DANNHAUSER INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN
                                           PROJECTS LIST FOR INPUT INTO 2005 / 2006 BUDGET

                                         SCHEDULE 1: PROJECTS THAT HAVE BEEN COMPLETED

 CATEGORY        PROJECT DESCRIPTION                         ESTIMATED       PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE           FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
 & PROJECT                                                     COST          RATING      AUTHORITY            SOURCE
  NUMBER
1. ENVIRONMENT AND LAND
1/4/e      Identify     potential     sub-satellite         R50 000          3,122      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
           locations (e.g. Mdakane [Annieville]).                                       Municipality
1/7/a      Liaise with the DWAF and Amajuba                 R30 000          3,677      DWAF                Dannhauser
           District Municipality; and                                                                       Municipality
           Promote stakeholder participation in
           the forum.
1/8/c      Identify, map and zone undermined                R80 000          2,521      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
           areas which have the potential for                                           Municipality        Amajuba
           subsidence.                                                                  Amajuba District    District
                                                                                        Municipality        Municipality
                                                                                                            Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality
2. INFRASTRUCTURE
2 / 1 / a, b Support implementation of uThukela             R3000 pa         8,044      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
2/2/a        Strategic Plan and formulation and             (To     attend              Municipality        Municipality
             implementation of the Amajuba /                meetings and                Amajuba District    Amajuba
             Uthukela WSDP                                  provide                     Municipality        District
             - Dannhauser Technical Officer to              information)                                    Municipality
                 participate in the District‟s WSDP
                 Technical Committee
             - Dannhauser IDP Reports to be
                 provided to project team
             - Ensure Community input into the
                 plans
2/2/e        Establishing system for reporting              R5 000 pa        6,375      Dannhauser          Amajuba
             problems associated with existing                                          Municipality        District




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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE           FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY            SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 rural water schemes.                                                   Amajuba District    Municipality
                                                                                        Municipality
2/3/a            Liaise     with     Amajuba     District                    8,044      Dannhauser          Amajuba
                 Municipality and access emergency                                      Municipality        District
                 funds allocated to mitigate cholera                                    Amajuba District    Municipality
                 outbreaks.                                                             Municipality
2/3/c            Continue to liaise with Amajuba              R1 000 pa      5,834      Amajuba District    Dannhauser
                 District Municipality and Uthukela                                     Municipality        Municipality
                 Water in regard to the formulation of                                  Uthukela Water
                 the Amajuba SWDP and the uThukela
                 Strategic Plan; and
                 Undertake projects in all wards in
                 order to provide basic level of
                 sanitation, including:
                 - Moy         Farm      –    Household
                     sanitation;
                 - Dorset (Ward 4) – Toilets; and
                 - Mullinger (Ward 4) – Toilets.
2 / 10 / a       Participate in the preparation of the                       6,364      Amajuba District    CMIP
                 Amajuba District Solid Waste Master                                    Municipality
                 Plan.
2 / 12 / b       Upgrade Durnacol Water works                 R610 000       8,04       Dannhauser          ISCOR
                                                                                        Municipality
2 / 12 / c       Replace Dannhauser bulk water                R750 000       7,538      Dannhauser          CMIP
                 reticulation.                                                          Municipality
2 / 12 / h       Feasibility study –provision of water                       7,163      Amajuba District    Amajuba
                 supply to Sten Drive-in informal                                       Municipality        District
                 settlement, Hattingspruit.                                                                 Municipality
2 / 13 / c       Establish      an    operations     and                     6,294      Amajuba District    Amajuba
                 maintenance programme for the                                          Municipality        District
                 Dannhauser bulk sewer system.                                                              Municipality
2 / 14 / e       Purchase 2 bakkies.                          R150 000       5,850      Dannhauser          DP&LG
                                                                                        Municipality
2 / 17 / a       Establish     a    new     landfill   site   R2 500 000     6,221      Dannhauser          ISCOR




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                (Dannhauser/Durnacol area).                                            Municipality       CMIP
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Amajuba
                                                                                       Municipality       District
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                                   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS




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                                            DANNHAUSER INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN
                                           PROJECTS LIST FOR INPUT INTO 2005 / 2006 BUDGET

                                                    SCHEDULE 2: PROJECTS IN PROGRESS

 CATEGORY       PROJECT DESCRIPTION                        ESTIMATED        PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
 & PROJECT                                                   COST           RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
  NUMBER
1. ENVIRONMENT AND LAND
1/1/a      Land Tenure Reform Project at                                    5,942      Department of        Department of
           Alcockspruit                                                                Land Affairs         Land Affairs
1/1/b      Land Restitution project at Kopje                                5,942      Department of        Department of
           Alleen                                                                      Land Affairs         Land Affairs
1/1/c      Land Redistribution project at                                   5,942      Department of        Department of
           Mossdale                                                                    Land Affairs         Land Affairs
1/1/g      Continue to participate in the                                   5,674      Department of        Department of
           district Land Reform Technical                                              Land Affairs         Land Affairs,
           Committee:                                                                                       Amajuba
                 -   Ensure that land reform projects                                                       District,
                     promote the optimal use of land.                                                       Dannhauser
                 -   Ensure that land reform projects                                                       Municipality
                     complement other development
                     initiatives and are undertaken in
                     conjunction with service providers.
                 -   Ensure that land reform projects
                     area located in close proximity to
                     service centres and transportation
                     corridors.
                 -   Identify emerging or existing
                     farmers who are committed to
                     undertaking commercial farming.
                 -   Target female headed households
                     and the poor for land reform
                     projects focused on subsistence
                     and small-scale farming.
                 -   Ensure availability of support
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CATEGORY              PROJECT DESCRIPTION                  ESTIMATED        PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE           FUNDING       PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                    COST           RATING       AUTHORITY            SOURCE
 NUMBER
                     empowerment (especially access
                     to finance).
                 -   Promote small-scale commercial
                     farming on productive land.
                 -   Ensure availability of appropriate
                     training.
1/3/a            Obtain         up-to-date    aerial      R300 000          3,678      Dannhauser           DT&LGA
                 photography of the municipal area                                     Municipality
                 (Portion of ward 1)
1/3/b            Review and extend Dannhauser             R150 000          3,922      Dannhauser           DT&LGA
                 Town Planning Scheme, to bring all                                    Municpality
                 of the urban areas of the
                 municipality under planning control
                 (namely Dannhauser, Emalusini,
                 Durnacol and Hattingspruit)
1/9 b            Investigate the establishment of         R110 000          3,063      Dannhauser           Dannhauser
                 recycling facilities – undertake                                      Municipality,        Municpality
                 feasibility study.                                                    Amajuba District     Amajuba
                                                                                       Municipality,        District
                                                                                       NGO‟s                Municipality
2. INFRASTRUCTURE
2/5/a       Supply emergency water by tanks                                 6,263      Dannhauser           DWAF
            in all Wards                                                               Municipality         Amajuba
                                                                                                            District
                                                                                                            Municipality
2/6/g            Undertake Zibambele Projects             R8 569 685        4,748      Department of        Department of
                                                          pa                           Transport            Transport
2/6/h            Undertake projects identified by the                       4,390      Department of        Department of
                 Department of Transport‟s Rural                                       Transport            Transport
                 Road Transportation Forum
2/6/i            Surface road 296 from Osizweni to                          4,390      Department of        Department of
                 Springbok     Laagte     T-Junction                                   Transport            Transport
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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                  ESTIMATED        PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE           FUNDING       PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                     COST           RATING       AUTHORITY            SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  Programme)
2/6/j             Surface roads 240 and 296 from                             6,256      Department of        Department of
                  road 240 to Springbok Laagte T-                                       Transport            Transport
                  Junction (project in terms of the
                  African     Renaissance       Roads
                  Upgrading Programme.)
2/6/k             Surface road 38 from Annieville to                         5,151      Department of        Department of
                  Springbok Laagte T-Junction                                           Transport            Transport
2/6/l             Surface road 272 from Annieville                           6,495      Department of        Department of
                  past Perth Farm                                                       Transport            Transport
2 / 6 / uu        Verdriet (Ward 1) – Access bridge
                  across seasonal stream
2 / 11 / a        Participate in the preparation of the                      6,151      Amajuba District     CMIP
                  Amajuba       District   Cemeteries                                   Municpality
                  Master Plan


2 / 12 / a        Complete replacement of water            R300 000          7,725      Dannhauser           DT&LGA
                  meters in Dannhauser / Emafusini /                                    Municipality
                  Durnacol
2 / 13 / a        Upgrade     Durnacol    Sewerage         R630 000          6,919      ISCOR                ISCOR
                  treatment works                                                                            Dannhauser
                                                                                                             Municipality
2 / 15 / a        Upgrade Roads (reseal tar) in            R855 960          6,166      ISCOR                ISCOR
                  Durnacol                                                              Dannhauser           Dannhauser
                                                                                        Municipality         Municpality
2 / 15 / b        Upgrade stormwater         drains   in   R401 000          6,007      ISCOR                ISCOR
                  Durnacol                                                              Dannhauser           Dannhauser
                                                                                        Municipality         Municipality
2 / 15 / m        Construct bridges in Emafusini
2 / 16 / a        Upgrade      Durnacol    electricity     R2 500 000        5,736      ISCOR                ISCOR
                  network (upgrade HV Lines,                                            Dannhauser           Dannhauser
                  upgrade     houses)    –    Eskom                                     Municipality         Municipality




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                  ESTIMATED        PRIORITY      RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                     COST           RATING         AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  standards                                                               ESKOM               ESKOM
2 / 17 / b        Close existing Dannhauser land fill      R500 000          4,513        Dannhauser          CMIP
                  site (prepare application for closure                                   Municipality        Amajuba
                  permit, rehabilitation plan and close                                   Amajuba District    District
                  site)                                                                   Municipality        Municipality


3. ECONOMIC
3 / 12 / a  Initiate a broad consultation                  R20 000 pa        3,701        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
            process between SAPS, farming                                                 Municipality        Municipality
            associations and groups and
            communities – establish a safety
            and security forum.
3 / 13 / a  Monitor, and provide input into                Nil               3,716        Dannhauser          Private Sector
            proposal to establish an Amajuba                                              Municipality
            Agricultural Centre
3 / 15 / b  Establish an Arts and Crafts                                     3,544        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
            Meander in association with                                                   Municipality        Municipality
            Amajuba District Council.                                                     Amajuba District    Amajuba
                                                                                          Municipality        District
                                                                                                              Municipality
3 / 15 / g        Transfer of land from Water Affairs      Nil               Undetermin   Dannhauser          Private sector
                  to municipality and contracting of                         ed           Municipality
                  private sector      developer for
                  construction of the Hattingspruit
                  Dam Housing Development
3 / 16 / b        Use sign posting (directional signs                        3,456        Dannhauser          DoT
                  on major roads advertising the                                          Municipality
                  attractions of the area and                                             Amajuba District
                  providing an alternative route to the                                   Municipality
                  N11 and R33)
3 / 16 / d        Put up information map sign and                            3,456        Dannhauser
                  tourism road signs in Hattingspruit                                     Municipality
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 CATEGORY              PROJECT DESCRIPTION                  ESTIMATED        PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE         FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
 & PROJECT                                                    COST           RATING       AUTHORITY          SOURCE
   NUMBER
3 / 20 / b        Maximise use of redundant mine           R50 000           3,363      Dannhauser          DEA&T
                  infrastructure                                                        Municipality        Dept       of
                                                                                                            Minerals
4. SOCIAL
4/1/c             Facilitate the establishment of a                          6,428      Department    of    Department of
                  home based care programme, in                                         Health              Health
                  association with the Department of                                    Dannhauser          Dannhauser
                  Welfare.                                                              Municipality        Municipality
4 / 12 / a        Liaise with Durnacol and private                           2,566      ISCOR               ISCOR
                  sector in regard to the takeover of                                   Dannhauser          Dannhauser
                  facilities.                                                           Municipality        Municipality
4 / 28 /a         Striijbank rural housing project                           4,994      Dept of Housing,    Department of
                  (Phase 1).                                                            Dannhauser          Housing
                                                                                        Municipality        CMIP
4 / 29 / a        Finalise the low cost housing                              5,694      Dept of Housing,    Department of
                  project at Emafusini, Dannhauser.                                     Dannhauser          Housing
                                                                                        Municipality        CMIP
4 / 30 / b        Support formulation of District                            3,218      Amajuba District    Amajuba
                  Disaster Management Plan                                              Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municipality
5. INSTITUTIONAL
5/5/a        Human Resources:                                                5,375      Dannhauser          National
             - Compile a human resources                                                Municipality        Treasury
                 database
             - Finalise organizational
                 structure.
             - Establish Human Resources
                 department.
             - Conduct job evaluations
             - Make essential appointments
             - Implement safe working
                 conditions
5/6/a        Finances                                                        5,614      Dannhauser          National
             - Integrate treasury systems                                               Municipality        Treasury



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CATEGORY              PROJECT DESCRIPTION                      ESTIMATED    PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                        COST       RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 -   Compile a consolidated assets                                                         Dannhauser
                     register                                                                              Municipality
                 -   Formulate       a    consolidated
                     credit control policy
                 -   Formulate       a    consolidated
                     indigent support policy
                 -   Undertake a survey of areas
                     outside of former TLC areas
                     and compile an erf register
                 -   Prepare        a     consolidated
                     valuation roll
                 -   Prepare a consolidated budget
                 -   Conduct household socio-
                     economic survey.


5/7/a            Redraft bylaws                                             5,047      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
                                                                                       Municipality
5/8/a            Upgrade existing municipal buildings in       R1 800 000   5,599      Dannhauser          CMIP
                 Dannhauser (offices of Mayor and                                      Municipality        National
                 Municipal     Manager;       town     hall,                                               Treasury
                 cashiers, workshop).
5/8/b            Provide     additional    office    space                  5,599      Dannhauser          CMIP
                 (including     boardroom,        archives,                            Municipality        National
                 workshop facilities) and associated                                                       Treasury
                 equipment.
5/8/c            Upgrade information technology –              R300 000     5,360      Dannhauser          CMIP
                 obtain     work    stations;     software;                            Municipality        National
                 licences; develop procedures.                                                             Treasury
5/8/d            Establish municipal satellite offices (12)    R600 000     5,793      Dannhauser          CMIP
                 with    paypoints    and      associated                              Municipality        National
                 equipment.                                                                                Treasury
5/9/a            Undertake annual review of progress           R50 000 pa   5,515      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
                 with respect to IDP implementation.                                   Municipality




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CATEGORY              PROJECT DESCRIPTION                  ESTIMATED        PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                    COST           RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
5/9/b            Establish   a    Monitoring   and        R400 000          5,515      Dannhauser          Amajuba
                 Performance Management System                                         Municipality        District
                                                                                                           Municipality




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                                           SCHEDULE 3:

           POTENTIAL PROJECTS FOR WHICH THE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY
                                IS RESPONSIBLE




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                                              DANNHAUSER INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN
                                           PROJECTS LIST FOR INPUT INTO 2005 / 2006 BUDGET

                            SCHEDULE 3: PROJECTS FOR WHICH THE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY IS RESPONSIBLE

CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                    ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING       PROGRESS / COMMENTS
     Y&                                                       D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
 NUMBER
1. ENVIRONMENT AND LAND
1/3/c         Investigate feasibility of establishing a     R50 000         2,987      Dannhauser          Department of
              commonage (grazing land) adjacent to                                     Municipality        Land Affairs
              Emafusini, Dannhauser
1/3/d         Undertake Rural Land Suitability              R500 000        4,478      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
              Assessments – Wards                                                      Municipality
              1 to 10.
1/3/e         Prepare Planning Scheme for the rural         R200 000        6,256      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
              areas of the municipality, based on the                                  Municipality
              IDP spatial development framework
1/3/f         Establish    appropriate     land     use     R20 000         3,944      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
              management procedural systems and                                        Municipality
              undertake training.
1/3/g         Prepare Elementary Planning Scheme                            3,278      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
              for:                                                                     Municipality
              - Skobaren (Kopje Alleen) (Ward 1).
              - Alcockspruit
              - KwaMdahane
1 / 4 / a – d Prepare primary scheme for services                           3,278      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
              satellites:                                                              Municipality
              - Flint
              - Thirt
              - Naasfarm
              - Kilkeel
1/5/a         Enhance institutional capacity to             R108 000pa      2,552      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
              undertake designated responsibilities in                                 Municipality        Municipality
              regard to environmental management.




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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
   Y&                                                          D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
 NUMBER
1/5/b          Prepare an Integrated Environmental           R85 000         3,281      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
               Management Plan (IEMP) (which                                            Municipality        DBSA
               contains     a    Statement     on     the                                                   DAEA
               Environment; details key areas of
               intervention, policies and strategies;
               and     provides     a   plan    showing
               environmentally sensitive features and
               areas and areas to be set aside to
               conserve species and ecosystems and
               essential environmental resources).
1/8/a          Facilitate     environmental     pollution    R122 000        3,635      Dannhauser          DWAF
               monitoring in association with DWAF                                      Municpality
               and other responsible agencies.                                          DWAF
1/9/a          Investigate, prepare and implement            R150 000        3,646      Dannhauser          DWAF
               education programmes on waste                                            Municipality        DAEA
               management and minimisation (in                                          DWAF
               association with Community-based
               Organisations      [CBOs]    and     Non-
               Government Organisations [NGOs]
               involved in environmental education
               programmes).
1 / 10 / a     Investigate amenity and shelter               R140      000   2,990      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
&              programmes which have already been            pa                         Municipality        Municipality
1 / 14 / b     developed (e.g. by Food and Trees for                                                        DWAF
               Africa) and develop a municipal                                                              Food and
               programme. Initiate a municipal-wide                                                         Trees for
               planting programme (in areas devoid of                                                       Africa
               vegetation and along drainage lines,
               stream and river banks).
               - Plant and maintain appropriate
                   indigenous plants in public open
                   space areas
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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
                    programme in regard to propagation
                    of indigenous trees
               - Undertake a pilot project at
                    Emafusini (Dannhauser)
               - Undertake a pilot project at
                    Naasfarm
               - Undertake a pilot project at Flint
               - Undertake a pilot project at Thirst
               - Undertake a pilot project at Kilkeel
               - Undertake a tree planting project at
                    Jessie Farm (Ward 6)
1 / 11 / a     Ensure legal procedures are followed in       R20 000         2,302      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               relation to activities listed (in terms of                               Municipality        Municipality
               the Environment Conservation Act 73 of
               1989) as activities which may have a
               detrimental effect on the environment –
               establish        an         environmental
               management system and conduct
               training.

1 / 12 / a     Ensure that the 1:50 year floodline is                        2,479      Dannhauser          Private Sector
               indicated on all development layout                                      Municipality
               plans and that the 1:100 floodline is
               shown on all detailed layout plans
               submitted to Council; and
               Ensure that buffer zones with a
               minimum width of 10m be provided
               between the 1:50 year floodline and any
               proposed development.
1 / 14 a       Investigate soil conservation                 R830 000        3,823      DWAF                DWAF
&              programmes which have already been                                                           DAEA
1 / 14 / c     developed by a number of agencies and
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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
               Develop a soil conservation programme
               (in consultation with DA&EA, local
               Farmers Associations and Groups):
               - Initiate a community education
                    programme to a) prevent removal of
                    all vegetation on sites prior to the
                    start construction activities and b)
                    removal of vegetation from drainage
                    lines, stream and river banks.
               - Undertake a pilot project at Alleen 1
                    and 2.
               - Undertake a pilot project at Uitkyk
                    South.
               - Undertake a pilot project at
                    Annieville.
               - Undertake a pilot project at The
                    Curragh.
               - Undertake a pilot project at Kilkeel.
               - Undertake a pilot project at Rutland.
               - Undertake a pilot project at Clones.
               - Undertake a pilot project at Mafa
                    Farm.
               - Undertake pilot projects in Wards 6
                    (Jessie Farm), 7 and 10.
               - Undertake a pilot project at West
                    Port Farm.
               - Undertake a pilot project at
                    Grootgeluk.
               - Undertake a pilot project at
                    Greenock (Ward 8).
1 / 15 / a     Develop       environmental      awareness     R152 000       2,823      KZN Wildlife        KZN Wildlife
               programmes         in   association     with                             DAEA                DAEA
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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE         FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY          SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
           Department of Education and Culture,
           KZN Wildlife and the Department of
           Agriculture and Environment Affairs), as
           well as NGOs and the private sector.
2. INFRASTRUCTURE
           -
2/6/f      Construct local roads and structure in                            5,181      Dannhauser          DoT
           consultation with DM and DoT                                                 Municipality
           - Inverness Road                                                             DoT
           - Liecester Road
           - Allen Road
           - Eastbourne Road
           - Ntendeka Pedestrian Bridge
           - Liecester Road Causeway
           - Annandale Pedestrian Bridge
           - D1341 Causeway
2/6/m      Undertake ad hoc upgrading of access                              3,852      Dannhauser          DoT
           roads to residential areas throughout                                        Municipality
           the municipal area (as well as                                               DoT
           associated stormwater management),
           including:
           - Upgrading of roads in Ward 7,
           - Stormwater control in Emfundweni
                 (Ward 6); and
           - Maintenance / stormwater control at
                 gravel road at Doringkop (Ward 1)
2/6/n      Undertake ad hoc basic grading and                                4,240      Dannhauser          DoT
           filling of roads throughout the municipal                                    Municipality
           area.                                                                        DoT
2 / 6 / gg Emfundweni (Ward 6) Access Roads                                  2,971      Dannhauser          DoT
                                                                                        Municpality
                                                                                        DoT
2 / 11 / b     Fence existing cemeteries:                                    4,867      Dannhauser          Amajuba



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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
               -    Ladybank Farm (Ward 4)                                              Municipality        District
               -    Skobaren (Kopje Alleen) (Ward 1)                                    Amajuba District    Municipality
               -    Ward 6                                                              Municipality
               -    Ward 7
               -    Ward 9
               -    Rutland (Ward 6)
               -    Emfundweni (Ward 6) (and provide
                    toilets)
               - Rooipoort (Ward 5)
               - Dorset (Ward 4); and
               - Mullingar (Ward 4)
2 / 11 / c     Formalise cemeteries at Greenock and                          4,121      Dannhauser          Amajuba
               Clifton (Ward 8).                                                        Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municpality
2 / 11 / d     Provide cemetery – Annieville (Ward 7).                       3,509      Dannhauser          Amajuba
                                                                                        Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 14 / a     Purchase T.L.B. machinery                      R600 000       4,927      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
                                                                                        Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 14 / b     Purchase tractors and trailers                 R3 500 000     4,927      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
                                                                                        Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 14 / c     Purchase a low bed trailer.                    R150 000       4,867      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
                                                                                        Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 14 / e     Purchase 2 more bakkies.                       R150 000       5,850      Dannhauser          DT&LGA
                                                                                        Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 15 / c     Upgrade main         road     (tarring)   in   R271 500       4,673      Dannhauser          DoT
               Hattingspruit.                                                           Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 15 / d     Upgrade     roads   and     stormwater    in   R162 300       5,061      Dannhauser          Dannhauser



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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                      ESTIMATE      PRIORITY      RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                            D COST       RATING         AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
               Hattingspruit.                                                             Municipality        Municipality
2 / 15 / e     Upgrade roads in Dannhauser.                    R500 000      5,644        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
                                                                                          Municipality        Municipality
2 / 15 / f     Upgrade     Newcastle     Road       in         R780 000      6,002        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               Dannhauser.                                                                Municipality        Municipality
2 / 15 / g     Build stormwater drains in Emafusini            R1 500 000    5,017        Dannhauser          CMIP
               (Dannhauser) – new Greenfields area.                                       Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                              Municipality
2 / 15 / h     Upgrade    roads     in     Emafusini           R2 000 000    5,136        Dannhauser          CMIP
               (Dannhauser) – new Greenfields area.                                       Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                              Municipality
2 / 15 / I     Grassing of pavements in Emafusini              R150 000      3,598        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               (Dannhauser).                                                              Municipality        Municipality

2 / 15 / j     Upgrade       Dannhauser  Stormwater            R1 000 000    5,823        Dannhauser          CMIP
               system (Newcastle Road and Industrial                                      Municipality        Dannhauser
               area)                                                                                          Municipality
2 / 15 / k     Establish road network in Dannhauser            R3 000 000    6,047        Dannhauser          CMIP
               industrial area.                                                           Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                              Municipality
2 / 15 / l     Purchase       additional     equipment         R82 500       5,736        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               (cleansing) – to maintain pavements.            Plus                       Municipality        Municipality
                                                               R100
                                                               000p.a.
2 / 16 / b     Install network     of   street   lights   in   R400 000      3,889        Dannhauser          ESKOM
               Emafusini                                                                  Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                              Municipality
2 / 17 /c      Upgrade sidewalks in all urban areas of         R800 000      Undetermin   Dannhauser          CMIP
               the entire Dannahauser municipal area                         ed           Municipality
2 / 18 / a     Construct a taxi rank in Hattingspruit          R1 500 000    4,338        Dannhauser          DoT
               (with associated market facilities and                                     Municipality
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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
     Y&                                                        D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
 NUMBER
2 / 18 / b     Construct a stopping area for tour            R15 000         3,367      Dannhauser          DoT
               buses in Hattingspruit.                                                  Municipality        Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality

2 / 18 / c     Construct a bus rank in Dannhauser            R1 500 000      5,138      Dannhauser          DoT
               (with associated market facilities and                                   Municipality
               public toilets).

2 / 19 / a     Upgrade Dannhauser           cemetery     –   R80 000         4,584      Dannhauser          Amajuba
               prepare layout plan                                                      Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municpality
                                                                                                            Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municipality
3. ECONOMIC
3/1/a    Establish institutional basis for LED:              R350      000   3,863      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
         - Set up and resource appropriate                   pa                         Municipality        Municipality
             institutional arrangements.
         - Facilitate the establishment of a
             Chamber of Business
         - Set up appropriate partnership
             arrangements for promoting LED
         - Develop and implement a LED
             training programme.
3/3/a    Create linkages with national and                   R50 000         2,088      Dannhauser          DP&LG
         provincial government programmes                                               Municipality        DEAT
         which offer financial support for
         economic development related activity,
         as well as other agencies providing
         services such as research and training.
3/4/a    Access        funding     for      tourism,         R100 000        2,633      Dannhauser          DP&LG
         manufacturing, agriculture and agri-                                           Municipality        DEAT
         business,       mining     and      SMME
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  Y&                                                          D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY          SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
              with the Amajuba District.
3/5/a         Conduct an annual business survey and          R50 000p.a.    2,663      Dannhauser          DP&LG
              publish the findings in an annual “State                                 Municipality        DEAT
              of the Economy Report”.
3/6/a         Undertake feasibility study to identify        R100 000       3,630      Dannhauser          Department of
              land suitable for small scale irrigation                                 Municipality        Agriculture
              (e.g. Springbok Laagte area); and
              Develop      irrigation   schemes        in
              association with the Department of
              Agriculture.
3/7/d         Assist the Department of Agriculture to                       4,314      Department     of   Department of
              implement project schemes                                                Agriculture         Agriculture
                                                                                       Dannhauser
                                                                                       Municipality
3/7/a–w       Facilitate and assist with establishment                      4,314      Department     of   Department of
              of small scale farming projects                                          Agriculture         Agriculture
              including:                                                               Dannhauser
              - Assist small scale farmers to                                          Municipality
                  access         equipment       (fencing,
                  shelters,       tractors,    generators,
                  irrigation equipment) in association
                  with DM
              - Improve the organisation and
                  availablility of seed, feed and
                  fertilizer in the rural areas.
              - Encourage and support subsistence
                  farmers to become small scale
                  commercial farmers
              - Facilitate the establishment of an
                  office to assist small scale farmers
                  and        to     establish    Farmers
                  Associations
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  Y&                                                          D COST        RATING      AUTHORITY     SOURCE
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                  markets between producers
              -   Provide fencing for:
                   Livestock camps (e.g. in Wards
                      1, 6 and 9)
                   Grain farming land (e.g. Thirst,
                      Flint and Poona Farm areas in
                      Ward 6);
                   Fields in Emfundweni (Ward 6)
                   Grazing camps 0 Impumelelo
                      Yentsha (Dorset, Ward 4)
                   Grazing camps – Intsongo
                      Block Makers (Mullinger, Ward
                      4)
                   Grazing camps – (Doringkop,
                      Ward 1)
                   Ebuhleni      Ntendeka      project
                      (Ntendeka, Ward 5)
              -   Thirst Farmers Association –
                  Farming implements (Emfundweni,
                  Ward 6)
              -   Cardwell Farm – Piggery (Durnacol,
                  Ward 2).
              -   Low Valley Farm – Piggery
                  (Dannhauser, Ward 1).
              -   Moy Farmers – Roller Maize Mill
                  and 2 Wheel Tractor (Moy, Ward 6).
              -   Livestock Project (Poultry, Pigs and
                  Goats) – Mana High School
                  (Annieville – Ward 7).
              -   Livestock Project (Poultry, Pigs and
                  Goats) Nkosibomvu H.P. School
                  (Nkosibomvu, Ward 7).
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PROJECT
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                  Pump Repair, Seed, Funds) –
                  Annieville (Ward 7).
              - Livestock Project – Sizimele High
                  School (Poultry, Pigs, Goats) –
                  Nellie Valley (Ward 7).
              - Livestock Project – Siyawela H.P.
                  School (Poultry, Pigs, Goats) –
                  Kilkeel (Ward 7).
              - Umasibonisane Agriculture Project
                  (Fencing, Water Pump, Seed and
                  Tools).
              - Piggery Project – Masibumbane
                  Club (Milford, Ward 4).
              - Crop        Production    Project   –
                  Nyanyathi Farmers Association
                  (Ward 4).
              - Cattle Feeding Project – Nyanyathi
                  Farmers Association (Ward 4).
              - Tree Planting Project – Nyanyathi
                  Farmers Association (Ward 4).
              - Silambile        Women‟s      Farmers
                  Association (Equipment, Seed) –
                  Jessie Farm, Ward 6
              - Madoda Hlanganani Cattle Farming
                  Project (Ntendeka, Ward 5)
3/8/a         Develop Small Growers Schemes in                              3,545      Dannhauser          Department of
              association     with   Department    of                                  Municipality        Agriculture
              Agriculture                                                              Department     of
                                                                                       Agriculture

3/8/b         Zithuthukbse Garden Club (Jessie Farm                         3,744
              Farmers Association).
3/8/c         Vegetable Project – Nyanyathi Farmers                         3,744




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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
               Association (Ward 4).

3 / 10 / a     Develop market stalls at Grootgeluk            R240 000       3,563      Dannhauser          DP&LG
               (Ward 10); and Springbok Laagte (Ward                                    Municipality        DEAT
               8).
3 / 14 / a     Revise procurement procedures to               R20 000        3,088      Dannhauser          DP&LG
               promote local (particularly small)                                       Municipality        DEAT
               businesses, particularly in the informal
               sector.
3 / 14 / c     Provide low-cost, small premises for                          3,388      Dannhauser          DP&LG
               small and medium-sized enterprises.                                      Municipality        DEAT

3 / 14 / e     Building of shelters, toilets and storage                     3,313      Dannhauser          DP&LG
               facilities for hawkers and improved                                      Municipality        DEAT
               policing in areas in which hawkers                                       Amajuba District
               congregate.                                                              Municipality

3 / 14 / f     Establish        a       community-based       R50 000        3,313      Dannhauser          DP&LG
               Maintenance         and      Environmental                               Municipality        DEAT
               Management         Programme       –    i.e.
               community businesses established to
               handle the maintenance and care of
               social services such as parks, road
               verges, rural roads, community halls,
               schools and clinics.
3 / 15 / a     Undertake community-based tourism              R250 000       3,011      Dannhauser          DP&LG
               projects     –     establish   programme                                 Municipality        DEAT
               (appropriate         signage;        tourist                             Amajuba District    Amajuba
               accommodation; craft stalls; community                                   Municipality        District
               guides; and access roads to areas of                                                         Municipality
               tourist interest).                                                                           Dannhauser
                                                                                                            Municpality
3 / 15 / c     Develop shelters for arts and crafts                          3,588      Dannhauser          DP&LG



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  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING         AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
               traders.                                                                   Municipality        DEAT
                                                                                                              Amajuba
                                                                                                              District
                                                                                                              Municipality
                                                                                                              Dannhauser
                                                                                                              Municipality
3 / 15 / d     Develop and market the Coal Mining            R100 000        3,011        Dannhauser          DP&LG
               Experience – undertake a feasibility                                       Municipality        DEAT
               study in relation to Durnacol.

3 / 15 / e     Maximise opportunity presented by             R100 000        3,156        Dannhauser          DP&LG
               Ntshingwayo Dam – undertake tourism                                        Municipality        DEAT
               and recreation feasibility study.
3 / 15 / f     Undertake Arts and Crafts Projects                            2,478
               - Ntshingwayo Art and Craft Project
                  Maqhudeqana (Dannhauser Ward
                  2)
               - Our Hope Arts and Crafts Projects
                  (Mourne Farm, Ward 3)
3 / 16 / a     Undertake tourism marketing:                  R100     000    2,678        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               - Provide a budget for advertising            pa                           Municipality        Municipality
                  and marketing                                                                               Amajuba
               - Identify and develop particular                                                              District
                  themes (e.g. mine based tourism)                                                            Municipality
               - Promote area through brochures,
                  videos, the media and film (possibly
                  at a district level).
               - Undertake marketing internationally
                  and in South Africa.

3 / 16 / c     Upgrade the entrances to Dannhauser.          R60 000 pa      2,000        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
                                                                                          Municipality        Municipality
3 / 16 /d      Indentification    of     suitable     land      R1 500       Undertermi   Dannhauser          DEAT



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  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY          SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
                surrounding the Chelmsford Dam and              000.00          ned     Municipality
                the construction of a recreational
                facility.
3 / 18 / a      Promote the development of Business           R5 000 000     3,220      Dannhauser          DEAT
                Hives at Service Satellites (Thirst, Flint,                             Municipality
                Kilkeel and Naasfarm).                                                  Amajuba District
                                                                                        Municipality
3 / 18 / b      Funeral Home – Rutalnd (Ward 6)                              2,807
3 / 18 / c      Develop a Business Hive at Moy farm                          3,113
                (Ward 6)
3 / 19 / a      Undertake feasibility study of old mines      R250 000       2,963      Dannhauser          DEAT
3 / 20 / a      to cover:                                                               Municipality
3 / 20 / c      - Establishment of sustainable small
                    scale mining operations (e.g. at old
                    mine at Annandale)
                - Recycling of old mine dumps
                - Reopening of coal mines (eg in
                    Ward 1), in association with District
                    Municipality and Department of
                    Minerals and Energy
3 / 21 / b, c   Adults Skills Training including:                            5,260      Dannhauser          Department of
4/8/a–d         - Establish an adult education and                                      Municipality        Education,
                    training programme, in association                                                      Department of
                    with the Departments of Agriculture                                                     Labour
                    and       Environmental       Affairs,
                    Education Health and Welfare.
                - Liaise with the Department of
                    Education in regard to the use of
                    existing schools for adult education
                    purposes outside of school hours
                - Establish an adult education and
                    training centre (literacy training,
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  Y&                                                          D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY             SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
                  Dannhauser.
              -   Establish    Community     Training
                  Facilities – Annieville (Ward 7),
                  (Siyafunda Adult Centre and
                  Library)
              -   Skobaren (Ward 1)
              -   Emafusini
              -   Ikusaseleni Multi sectoral training
                  (ABET / Community Development /
                  Business Management / project
                  Management)
          -       Student Youth Centre (Ward 7)
4. SOCIAL
4/1/a     Conduct a HIV/AIDS awareness                      R100 000        7,132      Dannhauser            Department of
          campaign, in association with the                                            Municipality          Health
          Department of Health.                                                        Dept of Health
4/1/b     Facilitate the establishment of an Aids           R80 000         5,453      Dannhauser            Dannhauser
          Training, Information and Counselling                                        Municipality          Municipality
          (ATIC) Centre in Dannhauser                                                  NGO
4/2/b     Ensure that all municipal facilities are                          5,543      Dannhauser            Dannhauser
          accessible to the disabled.                                                  Municipality          Municipality

4/4/a         Develop and maintain playgrounds at           R120 000        2,111      Dannhauser            Dannhauser
              Service Satellites.                                                      Municpality           Municipality
                                                                                       Amajuba District      Amajuba
                                                                                       Municipality          District
                                                                                                             Municipality
4/4/b         Establish a Place of Safety/Referral in                       5,189      Dannhauser            Department of
              Dannhauser.                                                              Municipality          Social
                                                                                       Dept of Social        Welfare
                                                                                       Welfare
4/4/e         Undertake road safety projects at                             4,896      Dannhauser            DoT
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CATEGOR                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                    ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING       PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
                                                                                                            Council
4/4/f           Investigate bursary schemes and                              3,507      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
                conduct campaign to notify learners of                                  Municipality        Municipality
                bursaries that are available.
4/6/b           Identify land for community gardens and      R150 000        6,145      Dannhauser          DT&LG
                undertake agricultural assessments of                                   Municipality
                identified land parcels (e.g. areas
                adjacent to the river in Ward 6; Ward 7;
                Ward 8).
4/7/a           Establish a system which assists                             4,693      Dannhauser          Department of
                residents to obtain birth certificates and                              Municipality        Home Affairs
                ID documents, in association with the                                   Department     of
                Department of Home Affairs – establish                                  Home Affairs
                a satellite office in Dannhauser.
4/9/a           Investigate needs of creches (including                      5,826      Dannhauser          Department of
                furniture, fencing, play equipment), e.g.                               Municipality        Social
                fencing for Poona creche.                                                                   Welfare
                                                                                                            Amajuba
                                                                                                            District
                                                                                                            Municipality
4/9/b           Provide basic equipment to creches in                        5,826      Dannhauser          Department of
                need, including:                                                        Municipality        Social
                - Phembisizwe       Creche      (Currah                                                     Welfare
                   Farm);                                                                                   Amajuba
                - Siphimfundo Creche (Perth Farm);                                                          District
                - Bufflebomzamo Creche (Currah                                                              Municipality
                   Farm);
                - Poona Creche (Ward 6) – furniture;
                   and
                - Greenock (Ward 8).
4 / 11 / b      Upgrade sports and recreation facilities     R 150 000       2,644      Dannhauser          Amajuba
4 / 13 / a, b   - Buffalo Flats                              per facility               Municipality        District
                - Nkosibomvu                                                            Amajuba District    Municpality



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  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING         AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
               - Eastbourne Farm                                                          Municipality
               - Grootgeluk
               - Hattingspruit
               - Dannhauser
               - Emafusini
4 / 21 / a –   Provide Multi Purpose Centres / Halls         R750 000 –      3,723        Dannhauser          Dannhauser
s              at:                                           R3 500 000                   Municipality        Municipality
               - Thirst (Ward 9)                             per facility                 Amajuba District    Amajuba
               - Naasfarm (Ward 8)                                                        Municipality        District
               - Kilkeel (Ward 7)                                                                             Municipality
               - Flint (Ward 6)
               - Hattingspruit (Ward 2)
               - Emafusini (Upgrade)
               - Moy area (Ward 6)
               - Additional Hall (Ward 4)
               - Inverness / Birkenstock (Ward 9)
               - Skobaren (Kopie Alleen (Ward 1)
               - Uitzicht / Black Bank (Ward 9)
               - Verdriet (Ward 1)
               - Rutland (Ward 6)
               - Rooipoort (Ward 5)
               - Jessie Farm (Ward 6)
               - Poona (Ward 6)
4 / 21 / t     Investigate the feasibility of the            R 20 000.00     Undertemin   Dannhauser          Amandla
               establishement of the Dannhauser                              ed           Municipality        Foundation
               Museum
4 / 25 / a –   Identify land suitable for low cost           R50 0000        4,261        Dannhauser          DT&LG
g              housing development at:                       per study                    Municipality
               - Thirst
               - Naasfarm
               - Kilkeel
               - Flint
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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING       PROGRESS / COMMENTS
  Y&                                                           D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
               - Hattingspruit
               - Evenfields
               - Ward 4
4 / 26 / a     Establish institutional capacity for          R50 000         4,878      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               housing database.                                                        Municipality        Municipality
4 / 27 / a     Facilitate information workshop, in           R20 000 pa      4,311      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               association    with   Department  of                                     Municipality        Municipality
               Housing.                                                                                     Department of
                                                                                                            Housing
4 / 28 / b     Undertake the Striijbank rural housing                        4,594      Dannhauser          Department of
               project (Phase 2).                                                       Municipality        Housing
                                                                                        Dept of Housing     CMIP
4 / 28 / c     Establish a Municipal Housing Think           R20 000 pa      3,922      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               Tank/Forum.                                                              Municipality        Municipality
4 / 28 / d     Undertake housing project feasibility:        R70     000     3,911      Dannhauser          DT&LG
               - Ward 6                                      per study                  Municipality
               - Rutland (Ward 6)
               - Annieville (Ward 7)
               - Skobaren (Ward 1)
               - Upgrading informal settlement at
                   Sten Drive – in Hattinspruit
4 / 29 / b     Investigate the feasibility of providing      R30 000         4,494      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               fencing at the Greenfields housing area,                                 Municipality        Municipality
               Emafusini.
4 / 29 / c     Support the housing subsidy project in                        3,178      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               Durnacol.                                                                Municipality        Municipality
4 / 30 / a     Conduct      public   awareness      and                      3,178      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               education programmes (e.g. regarding                                     Municipality        Municipality
               emergency contact numbers and
               procedures).
4 / 30 / d     Establish an equipped firestation –           R5 000 000      4,397      Dannhauser          Amajuba
               Dannhauser.                                                              Municipality        District
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CATEGOR               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATE       PRIORITY    RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
     Y&                                                        D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
 NUMBER
4 / 30 / e     Establish rural firefighting units – one      R1 000 000      4,397      Dannhauser          Amajuba
               per ward.                                                                Municipality        District
                                                                                        Amajuba District    Municipality
                                                                                        Municipality

4 / 30 / c     Prepare policy for Piers and Jetties          R20 000         3,422      Dannhauser          Dannhauser
               (Hattingspruit dams).                                                    Municipality        Municipality
                                                                                        Amajuba District
                                                                                        Municipality
5. INSTITUTIONAL
5/1/a      Establish     a      Gender     Equality          R75 000         5,318      Dannhauser          National
           Programme:                                                                   Municipality        Treasury
           - Council Gender Sub-committee to
              guide the formulation of the
              programme.
           - Provide training for officials and
              councillors on issues of gender
              sensitivity.
           - Require project business plans to
              specify gender specific objectives.
           - Give priority (through the budget) to
              projects that make gender equity
              part of their objectives.
           - Develop        a    gender   sensitive
              procurement policy.
           - Set gender targets (e.g. percentage
              of     women        workers    and/or
              contractors who will be employed on
              a particular project) and monitor and
              evaluate progress with respect to
              reaching such targets (ensure Key
              Performance Indicators are gender
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  Y&                                                            D COST      RATING       AUTHORITY           SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER

5/2/a         Establish     a     Poverty       Alleviation    R75 000      6,367      Dannhauser          National
              Programme:                                                               Municipality        Treasury
              - Council Poverty Sub-committee to
                 guide the formulation of the
                 programme.
              - Give priority (through the budget) to
                 projects      that     make        poverty
                 alleviation part of their objectives.
              - Ensure that the Key Performance
                 Indicators identified in the IDP are
                 pro-poor.
5/3/a         Establish training and capacity building         R45 000      4,725      Dannhauser          National
              programmes:                                                              Municipality        Treasury
              - Establish         a      staff      training                                               Dannhauser
                 programme.                                                                                Municipality
              - Establish a Councillor training                                                            Kwanaloga
                 programme.                                                                                IDASA
              - Establish a Community education                                                            LGA
                 and training programme.                                                                   SETA
              - Investigate        the     feasibility    of
                 establishing       a     Local       Youth
                 Commission.
5/4/a         Establish         a         Communication        R400 000     3,858      Dannhauser          National
              Programme:                                                               Municipality        Treasury
              - Establish a Council Communication                                                          DBSA
                 Sub-committee         to     guide      the                                               DT&LG
                 formulation of the programme                                                              Dannhauser
                 (determine target groups, suitable                                                        Municipality
                 media; method of distributing
                 communication products; frequency
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  Y&                                                          D COST        RATING       AUTHORITY          SOURCE
PROJECT
NUMBER
                  responsible       for      developing,
                  designing,        approving       and
                  disseminating the communication
                  products).
              -   Establish a public awareness
                  campaign.
              -   Continue to hold regular meetings
                  of the IDP Representative Forum
                  during implementation.
              -   Issue a press release and place
                  notices on notice boards at the start
                  and completion of all projects (and
                  as key project milestones are
                  reached).
              -   Issue     a     quarterly    municipal
                  newsletter which details progress
                  being made with respect to
                  individual projects.
              -   Issue an annual evaluation report
                  which      provides      an    overall
                  assessment in regard to the
                  progress being made with respect to
                  IDP implementation.
5/5           -   Land Data Base                            170 000.00      High       Dannhauser          Dannhauser   Prerequisite for implementation of
              -   To form the basisi for an extended                                   Municipality        MAP          the rates policay and extention of
                  valuation roll.                                                                                       the existing rates base.




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                                           SCHEDULE 4:

                POTENTIAL PROJECTS FOR WHICH OUTSIDE AGENCIES ARE
                                  RESPONSIBLE




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                                              DANNHAUSER INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN
                                           PROJECTS LIST FOR INPUT INTO 2005 / 2006 BUDGET

                               SCHEDULE 4: PROJECTS FOR WHICH OUTSIDE AGENCIES ARE RESPONSIBLE

 CATEGORY       PROJECT DESCRIPTION                          ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
 & PROJECT                                                     COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
  NUMBER
1. ENVIRONMENT AND LAND
1/8/b      Monitor rehabilitation of closed                                 3,250      DWAF               ISCOR
           mines, in association with                                                  DM & E             (Durnacol)
           Department of Minerals and Energy                                                              DWAF
           and DWAF, through:                                                                             DM & E
           - visual inspections by municipal
              officials;
           - checks on the rehabilitation of
              the mined area once operations
              cease;
           - periodic consultation with DME
              and DWA&F in regard to
              compliance with terms and
              conditions of the permit.

2. INFRASTRUCTURE
2/2/b       Construct a water pipeline to                                   7,500      Amajuba District   Uthukela
            Vaalbank, Kilkeel, Thirst, Fairbreeze,                                     Municipality       Water
            Poona, Rutland and Annieville                                                                 Amajuba
                                                                                                          District
                                                                                                          Municipality

2/2/c            Construct bulk pipelines to:                               7,650      Amajuba District   Uthukela
                 - Fairbreeze, Black Bank, Banff,                                      Municipality       Water
                    Greenock and Clifton;                                                                 Amajuba
                 - Flint and Cupar;                                                                       District
                 - Dorset, Wilts, Devon, Nyanyadu,                                                        Municipality
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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                     Port;
                 -   Mourne, Verdriet and Kemps
                     Hoek.

2/2/d            Construct bulk pipelines to serve                          7,350      Amajuba District   Uthukela
                 rural areas of Ward 1. (Eg. to provide                                Municipality       Water
                 water to 395 households at                                                               Amajuba
                 Doringkop)                                                                               District
                                                                                                          Municipality
2/2/f            Provide water and sanitation at farm                       5,419      Amajuba District   Uthukela
                 settlements:                                                          Municipality       Water
                 - Cardwell Farm - Durnacol (Ward                                                         Amajuba
                     2);                                                                                  District
                 - Kranskop Farm - Durnacol (Ward                                                         Municipality
                     2);
                 - Mooiplass - Dannhauser (Ward
                     1);
                 - Low Valley - Dannhauser (Ward
                     1);
                 - Hansford Farm - Durnacol (Ward
                     2); and
                 - Junction - Durnacol (Ward 2).
2/2/g            Provide equipment/undertake repairs:                       5,869      Amajuba District   Uthukela
                 - Provide a water pump at Rutland                                     Municipality       Water
                     (Ward 6).                                                                            Amajuba
                                                                                                          District
                                                                                                          Municipality
2/2/h            Provide water to churches (existing                        4,181      Amajuba District   Amajuba
                 and proposed buildings upgrading                                      Municipality       District
                 and equipment):                                                       Private Sector     Municipality
                 EXISTING:                                                                                Uthukela
                 - Standfordville Presbytarian:                                                           Water
                    Surroundings, toilets, water,                                                         Private Sector
                    cycling and pulpit (furniture)



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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE         FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY          SOURCE
 NUMBER
                     (Annieville, Ward 7);
                 -   St John Roman Catholic Church:
                     Water repairs to buildings, toilets,
                     furniture (Annieville, Ward 7).
                 PROPOSED:
                 - Phostol - Buildings and
                     surroundings, water and furniture
                     (Annieville, Ward7);
                 - The Nazarette Ekukhanyeni -
                     buildings and surroundings,
                     water, furniture (Annieville, Ward
                     7);
                 - Religions in Christ : Buildings
                     and surroundings, water and
                     furniture (Annieville, Ward 7);
                 - New Star Church : Building and
                     surroundings, water and furniture;
                 - St John Church: Buildings and
                     surroundings (Annieville, Ward
                     7);
                 - Methodist Church: Buildings and
                     surroundings, water and furniture
                     (Annieville, Ward 7);
                 - African Church: Buildings and
                     surroundings, furniture and water
                     (Annieville, Ward 7);
                 - Nazarett Baptist Church:
                     Buildings and surroundings,
                     furniture and water; and
                 - Tholakele Prestbytarian:
                     Buildings and surroundings,
                     furniture and water.
2/3/b            Investigate the feasibility of providing                   6,423      Amajuba District   DWAF
                 sewage disposal systems in the                                        Municipality




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE         FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY          SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 Service Satellites (Flint, Kilkeel,
                 Naasfarm, Thirst).
2/3/d            Provide community toilets at:                              5,797      Amajuba District   DWAF
                 - Rutland (Ward 6);                                                   Municipality
                 - Emfundweni (Ward 6); and
                 - Flint (Ward 6).

2/4/a            Develop a spring protection                                7,144      Amajuba District   DWAF
                 programme and undertake projects in                                   Municipality
                 all wards.
2/6/a            Undertake routine maintenance of           R1 368 410      6,506      DoT                DoT
                 Provincial, District and Community         pa
                 Access Roads (blading, drain
                 cleaning and verge maintenance;
                 maintenance of fencing and km
                 posts; patch graveling; maintenance
                 information and guidance), including:
                 - D1339
                 - A3492 Iphunguphungu Road
                 - A3501 Dorset Road
                 - D1340
2/6/b            Undertake periodic maintenance of          R1 025 444      5,061      DoT                DoT
                 Provincial, District and Community         pa
                 Access Roads (reseals, regravelling,
                 repainting of steel structures),
                 including:
                 - D1341 Poona Road;
                 - A3493 Spokmill Road
2/6/c            Undertake special maintenance of           R59 207 pa      5,061      DoT                DoT
                 Provincial, District and Community
                 Access Roads (handrail repairs /
                 replacements; bridge joint repair /
                 replacement, minor structure repairs)
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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE    FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY     SOURCE
 NUMBER
2/6/o             Upgrade road from Annieville to                            3,643      DoT           DoT
                  Dannhauser (road 38).
2/6/p             Upgrade road from Flint to Tayside                         4,076      DoT           DoT
                  (road 296).
2/6/q             Reconstruct Nyanyadu road (Ward                            4,3.15     DoT           DoT
                  4).
2/6/r             Construct access road - Mount                              5,151      DoT           DoT
                  Johanna (Ward 3).

2/6/s             Construct access road - Alleen No. 1                       4,240      DoT           DoT
                  (Ward 3).
2/6/t             Construct bridge to Alleen pension                         3,987      DoT           DoT
                  payout point (Ward 3).
2/6/u             Construct access road at Cupar Farm                        4,240      DoT           DoT
                  (Ward 8).
2/6/v             Construct access roads in Ward 9.                          4,628      DoT           DoT
2/6/w             Construct access roads at Mata Farm                        4,628      DoT           DoT
                  (Ward 10).

2/6/x             Construct access roads at Uitkyk                           4,479      DoT           DoT
                  (Ward 10).
2/6/y             Construct       access    roads     at                     4,479      DoT           DoT
                  Grootgeluk (Ward 10).
2/6/z             Construct access road - Cooper -                           4,987      DoT           DoT
                  Emafo (Ward 8).
2 / 6 / aa        Upgrade Surrey Road to Springbok                           4,673      DoT           DoT
                  Laagte (Ward 8).
2 / 6 / bb        Construct access roads in Ward 6.                          4,554      DoT           DoT
2 / 6 / cc        Upgrade and construct access roads                         4,195      DoT           DoT
                  in Ward 7 (e.g. to Nkosibomu School;
                  to Allen School; and to Nellie Valley,
                  Annieville, Kilkeel and Nkosibomvu).
2 / 6 / dd        Jessie Farm - 3 All purpose bridges.                       3,553      DoT           DoT




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 CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
 & PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
   NUMBER
2 / 6 / ee        Rutland (Ward 6) - Bridge for                              3,359      DoT                DoT
                  vehicles.
2 / 6 / ff        Moy Farm - Public Transport.                               2,188      DoT                DoT
2 / 6 / hh        Emfundweni (Ward 6) - Bridge across                        2,732      DoT                DoT
                  Embabane River.
2 / 6 / ii        Kilkeel (Ward 7) - 40km of Roads.                          3,957      DoT                DoT
2 / 6 / jj        Nellie Valley (Ward 7) - 20km of                           3,957      DoT                DoT
                  Roads.
2 / 6 / kk        Nkosibomvu - 20km of Roads.                                3,957      DoT                DoT
2 / 6 / ll        Annieville (Ward 7) - 3 Small bridges                      3,120      DoT                DoT
                  across Ndunywana River.

2 / 6 / mm        Annieville (Ward 7) - 120km of                             3,315      DoT                DoT
                  Roads.
2 / 6 / nn        Cardwell Farm - Durnacol (Ward 2) -                        2,971      DoT                DoT
                  ccess Road.
2 / 6 / oo        Kranskop Farm - Durnacol (Ward 2)                          2,971      DoT                DoT
                  Access Road.
2 / 6 / pp        Mooiplass - Dannhauser (Ward 1) -                          2,971      DoT                DoT
                  Access Road.
2 / 6 / qq        Low Valley - Dannhauser (Ward 1) -                         2,971      DoT                DoT
                  Access Road.
2 / 6 / rr        Junction - Durnacol (Ward 2) -                             2,971      DoT                DoT
                  Access Road.
2 / 6 / ss        Rooipoort - Access Roads (Ward 5).                         3,359      DoT                DoT
2 / 6 / tt        Skobaren (Ward 1) - Access Road                            2,971      DoT                DoT
2 / 6 / vv        Doringkop (Ward 1) - 3 Flat concrete                       2,732      DoT                DoT
                  bridges
2/7/a             Develop an Energy Policy (dealing                          4,703      Amajuba District   Amajuba
                  with the provision of both grid and off-                              Municipality       District
                  grid electricity supplies to schools,                                                    Municipality
                  clinics, homes, small businesses and
                  small and medium scale farms; the




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE    FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY     SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 securing of fuel wood supplies; and
                 the provision of energy use
                 information at Service Satellites).

2/7/b            Undertake detailed surveys and                             4,740      ESKOM         ESKOM
                 preliminary planning to determine the
                 costs of providing energy to the
                 Service Satellites.

2/7/c            Support Eskom‟s rural electrification                      5,420      ESKOM         ESKOM
                 programme, including electrification
                 of:
                 - Hilltop / Verdriet / Goedene 1
                     200 connections)
                 - Suspense Farm (1 203
                     connections)
                 - Eastbourne (1 500 connections)
                 - Clones / Annandale (1 150
                     connections
                 - Trimcork / Cloneen (300
                     connections
                 - Rutland / Poona / Ladybank /
                     Nellie Valley (1 725 connections)
                 - Black Bank (202 connections)
2/7/e            Provide electricity at Moy Primary                         2,734      ESKOM         ESKOM
                 School (Ward 6).
2/7/f            Provide street lighting at Annieville                      2,953      ESKOM         ESKOM
                 (Ward 7).
2/7/g            Provide electricity at Rooipoort (Ward                     3,281      ESKOM         ESKOM
                 5).
2/7/h            Provide electricity at Skobaren (Kopje                     3,281      ESKOM         ESKOM
                 Alleen) (Ward 1).
2/7/I            Provide street lighting at Emfundweni                      3,281      ESKOM         ESKOM
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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER

2/7/j            Provide electricity    at   Moy    Farm                    3,281      ESKOM              ESKOM
                 (Ward 6).

2/7/k            Provide electricity at Emfundweni                          3,160      ESKOM              ESKOM
                 boundary homes.

2/7/l            Provide electricity to 395 households                      3,160      ESKOM              ESKOM
                 at Doringkop (Ward 1)

2/8/a            Identify schools which do not have at                      7,288      Dept          of   DWAF
                 least a basic level of service (i.e.                                  Education          Amajuba
                 Ventilated Improved Pit (VIP) toilets),                               DWAF               District
                 in association with the Department of                                 Amajuba District   Municipality
                 Education; and                                                        Municipality       Dept of Public
                 Continue to liaise with Amajuba                                                          Works
                 District Municipality and Uthukela
                 Water in regard to the formulation of
                 the Strategic Plan and WSDP

2/8/b            Malambule High School - Electric                           5,963      Dept          of   DWAF
                 Water Pump and 2 water tanks                                          Education          Amajuba
                                                                                       DWAF               District
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                       Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                          Works
2/8/c            Moy Primary School (Ward 6) - Water                        5,963      Dept          of   DWAF
                 on site.                                                              Education          Amajuba
                                                                                       DWAF               District
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                       Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                          Works
2/8/d            Mana High School (Ward 6) -                                5,963      Dept          of   DWAF
                 Borehole with electric pump, 5000Lt                                   Education          Amajuba



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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 Tank.                                                                 DWAF               District
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                       Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                          Works

2/8/e            Nkosibomvu H.P. School (Ward 7) -                          5,963      Dept          of   DWAF
                 Toilets and Water.                                                    Education          Amajuba
                                                                                       DWAF               District
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                       Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                          Works

2/8/f            Sizimele High School (Ward 7) -                            6,147      Dept          of   DWAF
                 Toilets.                                                              Education          Amajuba
                                                                                       DWAF               District
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                       Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                          Works

2/8/g            Keelkil High Primary School (Ward 7)                       5,963      Dept          of   DWAF
                 - Water.                                                              Education          Amajuba
                                                                                       DWAF               District
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                       Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                          Works
2/8/h            Siyawela H.P. School (Ward 7) -                            5,963      Dept          of   DWAF
                 Water Pump.                                                           Education          Amajuba
                                                                                       DWAF               District
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                       Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                          Works

2/8/I            Emfundweni high School (Thirst,                            5,963      Dept          of   DWAF
                 Ward 7) - 100m water pipeline                                         Education          Amajuba



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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                                                                                        DWAF               District
                                                                                        Amajuba District   Municipality
                                                                                        Municipality       Dept of Public
                                                                                                           Works
2/9/a             Advise Telkom of areas where                               3,581      TELKOM             TELKOM
                  telephone services are currently
                  required by customers; where public
                  telephones are required; and where
                  new developments and facilities are
                  planned.
2/9/b             Provide Public Telephones - Poona                          2,184      TELKOM             TELKOM
                  (Ward 6).
2/9/c             Provide     Public   Telephones     -                      2,184      TELKOM             TELKOM
                  Emfundweni (Ward 6).
2/9/d             Provide     Public   Telephones     -                      2,184      TELKOM             TELKOM
                  Annieville (Ward 7).
2/9/e             Provide     Public   Telephones     -                      2,184      TELKOM             TELKOM
                  Skobaren (Kopje Alleen) (Ward 1).
2/9/f             Provide     Public   Telephones     -                      2,184      TELKOM             TELKOM
                  Masibabisane.
2/9/g             Provide Public Telephones - Ward 9.                        2,184      TELKOM             TELKOM
2/9/h             Provide     Public   Telephones     -                      2,094      TELKOM             TELKOM
                  Mzokhanyayo High School (Ward
                  10).
2/9/I             Provide Public Telephones - Ward 6.                        2,184      TELKOM             TELKOM
2 / 12 / d        Upgrade      desludge   system    at                       6,788      Amajuba District   Amajuba
                  Dannhauser water treatment works.                                     Municipality       District
                                                                                                           Municipality
2 / 12 / f        Upgrade Hattingspruit water supply                         7,744      Amajuba District   Amajuba
                  (reservoir, pumps, reticulation and                                   Municipality       District
                  fire hydrants).                                                                          Municipality

2 / 12 / g        Extend water supply to Ramaposa                            7,594      Amajuba District   Amajuba




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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE           FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY            SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  area - Hattingspruit.                                                 Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 13 / b        Upgrade Dannhauser Extension 7             R150 000        5,944      Amajuba District    Amajuba
                  and NLK sewer pumps.                                                  Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 13 / d        Install a sewage reticulation system                       6,717      Amajuba District    Amajuba
                  in the Dannhauser industrial area.                                    Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municipality
2 / 13 / e        Undertake feasibility study - provision                    5,834      Amajuba District    Amajuba
                  of sanitation facilities at Ramaphosa                                 Municipality        District
                  and Drive-in, Hattingspruit.                                                              Municipality
3. ECONOMIC
3/2/a       Access funding for studies dealing               R100 000        3,032      Dept           of   DP&LG
            with agriculture and agri-industry in                                       Agriculture         DEAT
            conjunction with the District Council.                                                          Dept        of
                                                                                                            Agriculture
3/6/b             Feasibility study - construction of                        3,929      Dept of             Dept of
                  dams at Sleeve Donald and Alleen                                      Agriculture         Agriculture
                  No. 1 (Ward 3).
3/6/c             Thirst Farmers Association - Irrigation                    3,061      Dept of             Dept of
                  dam and equipment (Emfundweni,                                        Agriculture         Agriculture
                  Ward 6)
3/6/d             Kilkeel - dam construction / for cattle                    3,061      Dept of             Dept of
                  and gardening (Ward 7)                                                Agriculture         Agriculture
3/9/a             Provide education and training in          R100 000        3,431      Dept of             Dept of
                  regard to irrigation horticulture.                                    Agriculture         Agriculture
3/9/b             Undertake research into cropping           R100 000        3,032      Dept of             Dept of
                  within areas identified as having high                                Agriculture         Agriculture
                  crop potential.
3/9/c             Establish an agricultural field desk.      R100 000        3,545      Amajuba District    Amajuba
                                                                                        Municipality        District
                                                                                                            Municipality
3/9/d             Feasibility study:                         R200 000        2,990      Dept of             Dept of




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 CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING     PROGRESS / COMMENTS
 & PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
   NUMBER
3 / 11 / a        -   Opportunities to extend livestock                                 Agriculture        Agriculture
                      and dairy operations
                  - Crop diversification
3 / 14 / b        Feasibility study for:                      R900 000       3,250      DEAT               DP&LG
3 / 14 / d        - Local Business Service Centre                                                          DEAT
                      for SMME‟s Dannhauser
                  - Markets        for   rural    produce
                      Dannhauser, Hattingspruit and
                      Service        Satellites     (Flint,
                      Naasfarm, Kilkeel and Thirst)
3 / 14 / g        Undertake specific job creation             R100 000       3,163      DEAT               DP&LG
                  projects (e.g. related to leather work,                                                  DEAT
                  fence making, bakery produce,
                  crafts) - undertake feasibility studies
                  where necessary:
                  - a bakery at Mbabane;
                  - Vaseline Making Project -
                      Uhlosimpilo Club (Currah - Ward
                      4);
                  - Block Making Project - Intsongo
                      Block Makers (Mullinger, Ward
                      4);
                  - Bakery Project - Masibambisane;
                  - Block        Making       Project     -
                      Masibambisane;
                  - Candle Making Project - Sibuyile
                      (Skobaren, Ward 1);
                  - Brickmaking Project - Poona
                      (Ward 6);
                  - Blockmaking Project - Zibambe
                      Ziqine (Verdriet);
                  - Blockmaking project - Peach Hill
                      Farm (Ward 6);
                  - Candle Making Project - Siyenza




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE   FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY    SOURCE
 NUMBER
                     (Mossdale) (Ward 1);
                 -   Candle      Making     Project     -
                     Sukumani                   Sinqobe
                     (Ekuthokozeni);
                 -   Car       Wash       Project       -
                     Amandlamnyama            Traditional
                     Dance Group (Dannhauser -
                     Ward 2);
                 -   Grass      Cutting    Project      -
                     Amandlamnyama            Traditional
                     Dance Group (Dannhauser -
                     Ward 2);
                 -   Block Making Project - Zenzele
                     Club (Currah, Ward 4);
                 -   Candle      Making     Project     -
                     Thandanani        Poultry      Club
                     (Trimcork, Ward 4);
                 -   Candle      Making     Project     -
                     Thandanani        Poultry      Club
                     (Trimcork, Ward 4);
                 -   Block      Making     Project      -
                     Thuthukani Sewing Club (Ward
                     4);
                 -   Block Making Project - Amandla
                     Esizwe;
                 -   Catering Project - Masibumbane
                     (Milford, Ward 4);
                 -   Candle Making Project - Buhle
                     Beladybank (Ladybank) (Ward 4).
                 -   Building      for      Izwilaibantu
                     Women‟s Production Cmpany -
                     Baking, catering and sewing
                     (Emfundweni / Kilkeel, Ward 6)
                 -   Bakery at Skobaren (Ward 1)




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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE       FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY        SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  -   Sizanani - Candle Making Project
                     (Skobaren, Ward 1)
                  - Khanyisani       Candle    Making
                     Project (Normandien, Ward 1)
                  - Siza Kancane Candle Project
                  - Sekusile Woman‟s Club - Candle
                     Making (Hlonyane, Ward 1)
                  - Ukukhanda            Amakhandlela
                     Candle Making Project (Moy,
                     Ward 6)
                  - Impilo      Business     Enterprise
                     Catering Project (Phillip Farm,
                     Ward 9)
                  - Izwi Labantu Baking project
                     (Emfundweni, Ward 6)
                  - Izwi Lethu Youth Club - Furniture
                     Making (Pooma, Ward 6)
                  - Siyakha Blocks Project (Jessie
                     Farm, ward 6)
                  - Ithuba Elihle Block Makers
                     (Emfundweni, Ward 6)
                  - Izwi Labantu women‟s Project -
                     Catering Project (Emfundweni,
                     Ward 6)
                  - Real Messengers Music Project
                     (Equipment) (Emfundweni, Ward
                     6)
                  - Khuluma        Wenze       Building
                     Materials (Window and Block
                     Makers) (Thirst, Ward 6)
                  - Qedumona          Brick    Makers
                     (Ntendeka, Ward 5)
3 / 14 / h        Establish a waste selling/recycling        R70 000         3,013      Dept of          DEAT
                  programme (e.g. linked to schools).                                   Education        NGO‟s




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 CATEGORY              PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE    FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
 & PROJECT                                                     COST         RATING      AUTHORITY     SOURCE
   NUMBER
3 / 14 / I       Undertake sewing projects:                 R220 000        3,425      DEAT          DET
                 - School Clothing Manufacturing -
                    Sewing Groups;
                 - Imizamoyethu Sewing Club -
                    Jessie Farm;
                 - Sewing Project - Rutland;
                 - Sewing Project - Cardwell Farm
                    (Durnacol, Ward 2);
                 - Sewing Project - Kranskop Farm
                    (Durnacol, Ward 2);
                 - Sewing Project - Mooiplass Farm
                    (Dannhauser, Ward 1);
                 - Sewing Project - Low Valley
                    Farm (Durnacol, Ward 2);
                 - Sewing Project - Hansford Farm
                    (Durnacol, Ward 2);
                 - Sewing Project - Junction
                    (Durnacol, Ward 2);
                 - Sewing Project - Sten Drive- In
                    (Hattingspruit, Ward 2);
                 - Khiphokuhle Sewing Club -
                    Material (Peach Hill, Ward 6);
                 - Sukumani Sinqobe Sewing Club
                    - Ekuthokozeni;
                 - M.D.U. Family and Friends CC
                    Annieville, Ward 7) - Sewing
                    Machines and overlockers; Table
                    and Chairs; Pattern paper;
                 - Sewing Project - Rooipoint (Ward
                    5);
                 - Sewing Project - Sizamani
                    Community Project (Skobaren,
                    Ward 1);
                 - Sewing Project - Masibambisane;




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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE        FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY         SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  -  Buhlebuyeza        Sewing     Club
                     (Rutland, Ward 6);
                  - Sizakancane         Sewing     Club
                     (Magdalena, Ward 4);
                  - Zicabangele No 2 Sewing Club;
                  - Uhlosimpilo       Sewing       Club
                     (Currah, Ward 4);
                  - Impumelelo Yenisha Sewing
                     Club (Dorset, Ward 4);
                  - Zizameleni Sewing Club (Chester
                     Devon, Ward 4);
                  - Sewing Project - Intsongo Block
                     Makers (Mullinger, Ward 4);
                  - Sewing Project - Thandanani
                     Poultry Club (Trimcork, Ward 4);
                  - Thuthukani Sewing Club (Ward
                     4);
                  - Thandulwazi        Sewing      Club
                     (Westport, Ward 4);
                  - Sewing Project - Masibumbane
                     (Milford, Ward 4);
                  - Sewing       Project     -    Buhle
                     Beladybank (Ladybrook, Ward 4).
                  - Building for Emafusini Women‟s
                     Sewing Club (Ward 2).
                  - Impilo      Business      Enterprise
                     Sewing Project (Phillip Farm,
                     Ward 6)
                  - Lethukukhanya Sewing Project
                     (School uniforms) (Ntendeka,
                     Ward 5)
                  - Vuka Uzenzele Sewing Club
                     (Annandale, Phase 4, Ward 5)
3 / 14 / j        Undertake poultry projects:                                4,228      Department   of   Department of




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING     PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 -   Poultry Houses - Emfundweni                                       Agriculture        Agriculture
                     (Ward 6);
                 -   Fowl Run - Flint (Ward 6);
                 -   Kranskop Farm - Durnacol (Ward
                     2);
                 -   Sten    Drive-in    (Hattingspruit,
                     Ward 2);
                 -   Sofunda Poultry Club (Peach Hill
                     Farm, Ward 6);
                 -   Ramaphosa (Hattingspruit, Ward
                     2);
                 -   Zibambe Ziqine (Verdriet);
                 -   Siyenza (Mossdale, Ward 1);
                 -   Sukumani                  Sinqobe
                     (Ekuthakozeni);
                 -   Fowl run - Poona (Ward 6);
                 -   Khwezumkhono Project (Sleeve
                     Donald, Ward 3);
                 -   Sibuyile (Skobaren, Ward 1);
                 -   Rooipoort (Ward 5);
                 -   Masibambisane;
                 -   Zenzele Club (Currah, Ward 4);
                 -   Simunye Club (Milford, Ward 4);
                 -   Zizameleni Sewing Club (Chester
                     Devon, Ward 4);
                 -   Intsongo       Block       Makers
                     (Mullinger, Ward 4);
                 -   Thandanani        Poultry    Club
                     (Trimcork, Ward 4);
                 -   Thuthukani Sewing Club (Ward
                     4);
                 -   Buhle Beladybank (Ladybank,
                     Ward 4);
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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING      PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                      (Dannhauser, Ward 2).
                  -   Masakhane         Poultry    Project
                      (Mosedale, Ward 1)
                  - Xosh‟indlala          Poultry    Club
                      (Normandien, Ward 1)
                  - Sizanani           Poultry     Project
                      (Skobaren, Ward 1)
                  - Tholuhlwazi         Poultry   farming
                      (Ntendeka, Ward 5)
                  - Vakluzenzele          Poultry   Farm,
                      (Ward 5)
3 / 14 / k        Establish Community Public Phones:                         2,184      DEAT               DEAT
                  - Container           for      Vodacom
                      Community         Public    Phones
                      (Skobaren, Ward 1)
                  - Khuluma          Ngizwe      Vodacom
                      Public Phones (Thirst, Ward 1)
                  - Zenzele Public Phones Vodacom
                      Public Phones (Thirst, Ward 6)
3 / 17 / a        Undertake industrial research and          R250 000        2,122      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  promotion:                                                            Municipality       Amajuba
                  - Support local industrialists in                                                        District
                      accessing the various incentives                                                     Municipality
                      and      supply-side       measures
                      provided by the Department of
                      Trade and Industry and the
                      Industrial             Development
                      Corporation.
                  - Review and update the local
                      incentive package for new
                      industry on an ongoing basis.
3 / 17 / b        Facilitate a skills training and human     R20 000         3,044      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  resource development programme                                        Municipality       Amajuba
                  targeted at the needs of local industry                                                  District




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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  and developed in conjunction with the                                                    Municipality
                  sector specific industrial training
                  boards, organised labour and local
                  industry.
3 / 17 / c        Feasibility     study    -    Identify     R50 000         2,722      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  opportunities for the support and                                     Municipality       Amajuba
                  supply of services to industries in                                                      District
                  Newcastle and Dundee.                                                                    Municipality
3 / 17 / d        Research - Explore ways in which to        R50 000         2,633      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  strengthen the industrial activities                                  Municipality       Amajuba
                  which relate to the repair and                                                           District
                  maintenance          of      vehicles,                                                   Municipality
                  construction, engineering and the
                  agricultural sector.
3 / 17 / e        Undertake feasibility study - sawmill      R50 000         2,811      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  project in Ward 4.                                                    Municipality       Amajuba
                                                                                                           District
                                                                                                           Municipality
3 / 17 / f        Undertake feasibility study - industrial   R50 000         2,722      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  development at Drangaan (Ward 10).                                    Municipality       Amajuba
                                                                                                           District
                                                                                                           Municipality

3 / 17 / g        Fence making project - Sizamani            R50 000         2,788      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  Project (Skobaren, Ward 1).                                           Municipality       Amajuba
                                                                                                           District
                                                                                                           Municipality

3 / 17 / h        Maqhudeqana - Toilet paper and             R50 000         2,788      Amajuba District   DEAT
                  Disposable   Towel    Manufacture                                     Municipality       Amajuba
                  (Dannhauser, Ward 2).                                                                    District
                                                                                                           Municipality
4. SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
4/1/d        Establish a home              for   HIV/AIDS    R5 000 000      5,755      Dept of Social     Dept of Social



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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 orphans, in association with the                                      Welfare            Welfare
                 Departments of Housing and Health.                                                       Amajuba
                                                                                                          District
                                                                                                          Municipality
4/1/e–           Undertake an HIV / AIDS Project                            5,525      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
4/1/c            - Nkosibomvu (Ward 7)                                                 Welfare            Welfare
                 - Annieville (Ward 7)                                                                    Amajuba
                 - Nellie Valley (Ward 7)                                                                 District
                 - Kilkeel (Ward 7)                                                                       Municipality
                 - AIDS Awareness – Annieville
                     (Ward 7)
                 - Home Based Care – Annieville
                     (Ward 7)
                 - AIDS Drama / Plays – Annieville
                     Youth Against AIDS (Ward 7)
4/2/a            Upgrade the centre for the disabled                        5,755      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 in Dannhauser.                                                        Welfare            Welfare
                                                                                                          Private Sector
4/2/c            Establish a centre for the disabled at      R750 000       5,242      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 identified site at Springbok Laagte.                                  Welfare            Welfare
                                                                                                          Private Sector

4/3/a            Upgrade      pension      paypoint      -                  4,852      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 Hattingspruit.                                                        Welfare            Welfare
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Amajuba
                                                                                       Municipality       District
                                                                                                          Municipality

4/3/b            Identify upgradings required at                            5,313      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 payout points (shelter, seating, water,                               Welfare            Welfare
                 toilets); and                                                         Amajuba District   Amajuba
                 Upgrade pension payout points, in                                     Municipality       District
                 association with Amajuba District                                                        Municipality
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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 Social Welfare and the Department
                 of Works.

4/3/c            Establish pension payout point at                          5,189      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 store in Skobaren (Kopje Alleen),                                     Welfare            Welfare
                 Ward 1.                                                               Amajuba District   Amajuba
                                                                                       Municipality       District
                                                                                                          Municipality
4/3/d            Emfundweni - Establish an Old Age                          3,807      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 Home.                                                                 Welfare            Welfare
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Amajuba
                                                                                       Municipality       District
                                                                                                          Municipality

4/4/c            Establish    Educare         training                      5,454      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 programmes for child minding.                                         Welfare            Welfare
                                                                                       Amajuba District   Amajuba
                                                                                       Municipality       District
                                                                                                          Municipality
4/4/d            Establish creches at:                                      5,667      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 - Kopje Alleen (Ward 1).                                              Welfare            Welfare
                 - Mourne Farm (Ward 3).                                               Amajuba District   Amajuba
                 - Drangaan (Ward 10) -               site                             Municipality       District
                    available at school.                                                                  Municipality
                 - Naasfarm (Ward 8).
                 - Springbok Laagte (Ward 8).
                 - Spookmill (Ward 8).
                 - Thirst (Ward 6).
                 - Rutland (Ward 6).
                 - Peach Hill (Ward 6).
                 - Inverness (Ward 9).
                 - Fairbreeze (Ward 9).
                 - Birkenstock (Ward 9).
                 - Clere (Ward 9).



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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 -   Verdriet (Ward 1).
                 -   Goodwin (Ward 1).
                 -   Kliprots (Ward 1).
                 -   Moy Farm (Ward 6).
                 -   Annieville (Ward 7) - 4 Creches.
                 -   Kilkeel (Ward 7) - 3 Creches.
                 -   Nellie Valley (Ward 6) - 2
                    Creches.
                 - Nkosibomvu (Ward 7) - 2
                    Creches.
                 - Rooipoint (Ward 5).
                 - Siphesihle Creche, Flint (Ward 6)
                 - Annandale Farm, Phase 4 (Wad
                    8) - Celokuhle Womens‟ Club
                    Creche
4/5/a            Establish additional welfare offices at                    5,897      Dept of Social     Dept of Social
                 Service Satellites (e.g. Ward 8).                                     Welfare            Welfare

4/5/b            Facilitate   the    employment        of                   5,189      Department of      Department of
                 additional social workers.                                            Social Welfare     Social
                                                                                                          Welfare
4/5/c            Facilitate the re-establish of the                         5,684      NGO                NGO
                 Dannhauser Support Centre (as part
                 of the Centre for Criminal Justice‟s
                 Community Outreach Scheme).
4/6/c            Undertake feasibility study into the                       6,145      Dept          of   Dept        of
                 establishment        of    sustainable                                Agriculture        Agriculture
                 agricultural clusters in each ward
                 (e.g. at Jessie Farm [Ward 6]).
4/6/d            Establish     additional   community                       6,145      Dept          of   Dept        of
                 gardens, including projects at:                                       Agriculture        Agriculture
                 - Mooiplass Farm (Dannhauser,
                     Ward 1);
                 - Junction (Durnacol, Ward 2);



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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE   FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY    SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 -   Sten      Drive-In   (Hattingspruit,
                     Ward 2);
                 -   Ramaphosa (Hattingspruit, Ward
                     2);
                 -   Hansford Farm (Durnacol, Ward
                     2);
                 -   Siyenza (Mossdale);
                 -   Sukumani                    Sinqobe
                     (Ekuthokozeni);
                 -   Khwezumkhono Project (Sleeve
                     Donald, Ward 3);
                 -   Rooipoint (Ward 5);
                 -   Sizamani Project (Skobaren,
                     Ward 1);
                 -   Masihambisane (fencing, seeds
                     & fertiliser) Peach Hill (Ward 6);
                 -   Masibambisane;
                 -   Thandukwenza Gardening Club -
                     Jessie Farm (Ward 6);
                 -   Zamokuhle Club - Gardening and
                     Poultry Projects - Rutland (Ward
                     6);
                 -   Uhlosimpilo Club - Currah (Ward
                     4)
                 -   Chester, Devon (Ward 4);
                 -   Impumelelo Yentsha (Dorset
                     Ward 4);
                 -   Thandanani       Club     (Trimcork,
                     Ward 4);
                 -   Intsongo         Block       Makers
                     (Mullinger, Ward 4);
                 -   Ukuzethemba (Dorset, Ward 4);
                 -   Buhle Beladyband (Ladybank,
                     Ward 4);




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                     ESTIMATED    PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                        COST       RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 -   Zibambe Ziqine (Verdriet).
                 -   Vukakusile     Project  (Mourne
                     Farm, Ward 3)
                 -   Siyazama Project (Mossedale,
                     Ward 1)
                 -   Zamokuhle       Garden     Project
                     (Normandien, Ward 1)
                 -   Imhloso Yamdali Garden Project
                     (Moy, Ward 6)
                 -   Impilo     Business    Enterprise
                     (Phillip Farm, Ward 9)

4/6/e            Support       subsistence       agriculture                6,145      Dept          of   Dept        of
                 projects:                                                             Agriculture        Agriculture
                 - Promote               production       of
                     agricultural products that fulfil
                     nutritional requirements of poor
                     households.
                 - Facilitate access to essential
                     farming inputs (seeds, fencing,
                     fertiliser, etc.), including:
                          garden pump at Grootgeluk,
                           Ward 10;
                          fencing - Annieville CPF
                           Vukuzakhe (Annieville, Ward
                           7);
                          Shosholoza Club - Mini Dam
                           for Watering Community
                           Gardens - Peach Hill Farm
                           (Ward 6);
                          fencing for Fields - Flint
                           (Ward 6);
                          community Garden Project
                           (Tools         and      Fencing)



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CATEGORY                  PROJECT DESCRIPTION                 ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE         FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY          SOURCE
 NUMBER
                           Emfundweni (Ward 6);
                          Fencing      of    community
                           gardens - Rutland (Ward 6);
                          Fencing for fields, Poona
                           (Ward 6);
                          Gardening Project (Tools) -
                           Poona (War d 6).
                  -   Encourage collaborative efforts
                      between households.
                  -   Provide advice and training to
                      households wanting to pursue
                      subsistence farming.
                  -   Support the subsistence farming
                      efforts     of     women-headed
                      households.
                  -   Organise distribution networks
                      for the sale of surplus products to
                      local markets.

4 / 15 / a – d    Provide Post Office Boxes at:                              4,140      SA Post Office    SA       Post
                  - Thirst                                                                                Office
                  - Flint
                  - Kilkeel
                  - Greenock (Ward 8)

4 / 16 / a – d    Provide Clinics at:                                        5,543      Dept of Health    Dept of Health
                  - Naasfarm
                  - Kilkeel
                  - Flint
4 / 17 / a – t    Provide Mobile Clinics at:                                 4,893      Dept of Health    Dept of Health
                  - Cupar Farm (Ward 8)
                  - Ward 9
                  - Annandale (Ward 5)
                  - Ntendeka (Ward 5)



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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  -   Skobaren (Ward 1)
                  -   Kliprots (Ward 1)
                  -   Shepstone Lake (Ward 10)
                  -   Cooper (Ward 8)
                  -   Nellie Farm (Ward 7)
                  -   Goodwin Farm, Alcockspruit and
                     Normandien area (Ward 1)
                  - Poona (Ward 6)
                  - Jessie (Ward 6)
                  - Peach Hill (Ward 6)
                  - Moy (Ward 6)
                  - Rutland (Ward 6)
                  - Mooiplass - Dannhauser (Ward
                     1)
                  - Low Valley - Dannhauser (Ward
                     1)
                  - Hansford Farm - Durnacol (Ward
                     2)
                  - Junction - Durnacol (Ward 2
                  - Doringkop (Ward 1)
4 / 18 / a        Provide a 24 hour clinic service at the                    6,043      Dept of Health     Dept of Health
                  Dannhauser clinic - upgrade to a
                  Community Health Centre.

4 / 19 / a – d    Provide sports ground at:                                  2,530      Amajuba District   Amajuba
                  - Thirst                                                              Municipality       District
                  - Naasfarm                                                                               Municipality
                  - Kilkeel
                  - Flint
4 / 20 / a – k    Provide Sports and Recreation                              5,259      Amajuba District   Amajuba
4/4/g             facilities in rural areas as follows:                                 Municipality       District
4 / 14 / b        - Provide recreation facilities at                                                       Municipality
                       Jessie Farm (Ward 6)                                                                Private Sector
                  - Provide sportfield at Surrey




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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE        FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                       COST         RATING      AUTHORITY         SOURCE
 NUMBER
                     (Ward 8).
                  -   Provide sportfield at Spookmill
                     (Ward 8).
                  - Provide sportfield at Springbok
                     Laagte (Ward 8).
                  - Provide sportfield at Milford
                     (Ward 4).
                  - Provide Art Centre at Annieville
                     (Ward 7).
                  - Provide stadium and sportsfield
                     at Kopje Alleen (Ward 1).
                     (Skobaren)
                  - Provide sportsground at Moy
                     Farm (Ward 6).
                  - Upgrade                Esgqokweni
                     Recreational Park - Annieville
                     (Ward 7).
                  - Upgrade Mbakane Recreational
                     Park - Annieville (Ward 7).
                  - Provide Traditional Dance Attire -
                     Amandlamnyama           Traditional
                     Dance     group     (Emafusini    /
                     Dannhauser - Ward 2).
                  - Soccer      and      Netball    Kits
                     (Skobaren Ward 1)
                  - Assist Njabula Boys – Uniforms
                     and Subsidy (Annieville, Ward 7)
4 / 22 / a - d    Provide Teacher Accommodation                              4,022      Department   of   Department of
                  - Thirst (Ward 9)                                                     Education         Education
                  - Naasfarm (Ward 8)
                  - Kilkeel (Ward 7)
                  - Flint (Ward 6)
4 / 23 / a - w    Schooling:                                                 4,479      Department   of   Department of
                  - Provide primary school at                                           Education         Education




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE   FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY    SOURCE
 NUMBER
                     Naasfarm (Ward 8).
                 -   Provide secondary school at
                     Naasfarm (Ward 8).
                 -   Provide secondary school at
                     Mata Farm.
                 -   Provide 3 additional classrooms
                     at Mata Farm school.
                 -   Provide secondary school at
                     Skobaren (Kopje Alleen) (Ward
                     1).
                 -   Provide secondary school at
                     Kilkeel (Ward 7).
                 -   Provide a primary school at
                     Thirst (Ward 6).
                 -   Provide a secondary school at
                     Rutland (Ward 6).
                 -   Provide a primary school at
                     Uitzicht (Ward 9).
                 -   Provide a primary school at
                     Khanyisele (Ward 5).
                 -   Provide 2 additional classrooms
                     at Qhubimfundo Primary School
                     (Ward 1).
                 -   Malambule      High     School   -
                     Renovations;       Roofing     (16
                     classrooms), Paving, Computer
                     Room.
                 -   Okhalweni Primary School (Ward
                     6) - Painting, Sportsfield, Facias
                     and gutters (17 classrooms);
                     computers and computer room;
                     ceilings     and      tiles    (17
                     classrooms);     Library    Room,
                     heaters.




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CATEGORY               PROJECT DESCRIPTION                   ESTIMATED      PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE   FUNDING   PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                      COST         RATING      AUTHORITY    SOURCE
 NUMBER
                 -   Moy Primary School (Ward 6) -
                     Sportsfield; Facias and Gutters,
                     Computers and Computer Room,
                     Library     Room,      Grade    R
                     Classroom, Ceilings and Tiles;
                     Flooring, Painting and Heaters.
                 -   Mana High School (Ward 7) -
                     Painting,      3      Classrooms;
                     Levelling, Car Shelters; School
                     Hall.
                 -   Nkosibomvu H.P School (Ward
                     7) - 6 Classrooms; Fencing;
                     School Hall; Car Shelters;
                     Levelling.
                 -   Sizimele High School (Ward 7) -
                     Classroom             Renovations,
                     Fencing,     New      Classrooms,
                     School Hall.
                 -   Keelkill High Primary School
                     (Ward 7) - Painting, Plastering,
                     Car Shelters; School Hall.
                 -   Siyawela H. P. School (Ward 7) -
                     Painting, 4 Classrooms, Car
                     Shelters, School Hall.
                 -   Khiphokuhle Secondary School
                     (Ward 6) Renovations; Security;
                     Reinstallation of Electricity,
                     Communication Equipment,
                     Office Equipment, Library;
                     Administration Block.
                 -   Annandale (Ward 5) - new J.P.
                     school.
                 -   Doringkop (Ward 1) - New school
                     (Pre schoolto Grade 4)




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CATEGORY                PROJECT DESCRIPTION                    ESTIMATED     PRIORITY   RESPONSIBLE          FUNDING        PROGRESS / COMMENTS
& PROJECT                                                        COST        RATING      AUTHORITY           SOURCE
 NUMBER
                  -    Siyawela School (Ward 7) - 4
                       Classrooms2
4 / 24 / a        School libraries, Laboratories:                            4,439      Department    of   Department of
                  Identify schools which require these                                  Education          Education
                  facilities and facilitate their provision,
                  in association with the Department of
                  Education, NGOs and the private
                  sector.
4 / 31 / a – I    Police Station Projects:                                   3,923      SAPS               SAPS
                  - Flint (Ward 6)
                  - Fairbreeze (Ward 8)
                  - Kilkeel (Ward 7)
                  - Annandale (Ward 5
                  - Annieville (Ward 7)
                  - Naasfarm (Ward 8)
                  - Ward 4
                  - Springbok Laagte (Ward 8)
                  - Rutland (Ward 6)
                  -
4 / 32 / a        Support the SAPS in establishing                           4,586      SAPS               SAPS
                  Community         Policing        Forums
                  throughout the Municipal Area and
                  support existing forums.

4 / 33 / a - c    Crime prevention projects:                                 4,166      SAPS               Private Sector
                  - Facilitate clear house numbering                                    Amajuba District
                      in urban areas.                                                   Municipality
                  - Facilitate the establishment of                                     Dannhauser
                      Neighbourhood      Watches    in                                  Municipality
                      association with SAPS.
                  - Obtain comment from SAPS in
                      regard to proposed developments
                      (e.g. in regard to environmental
                      design)



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                                           SCHEDULE 5:

       POTENTIAL UNPRIORITISED PROJECTS PROVIDED BY THE DISTRICT
                             MUNICIPALITY




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                                                                                      Project Municipal
               Project type by function         Proposed Project Name                 Value Area          Ward Locality          Applicant       Applicant details

       1       LED or POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROJECTS

       2                                        Moy Farmers                                  Dannhauser         Moy              NE Kunene       PO Box 102, Dannhauser, 3080
       3                                        Amandlesizwe Block making                    Dannhauser     4   Milford Farm     Cllr Manyathi
       4                                        Lindokuhle Poultry                           Dannhauser     7                    Mrs Zungu
       5                                        Duma Construction-Block making               Dannhauser                          M Ngobese       083 416 5249

       6                                        Ikhaya Lenkukhu Poultry                      Dannhauser     8                    T Vilakazi      084 475 8107

       7                                        Khethukuthula Garden                         Dannhauser     9   Birkenstock      NA Njokwe       034 366 7646

       8                                        Ziphakamiseni Poultry                        Dannhauser    10   Shepstone Lake   S Thomo         034 366 7934
                                                                                                                                                 P. O. Box 371, Dannhauser,
       9                                        Qubukani Sewing Club                         Dannhauser     1   Goodien Farm     AB Thusi        3080
                                                                                                                                                 P. O. Box 371, Dannhauser,
      10                                        Qedusizi Poultry                             Dannhauser     1   Goodien Farm     AB Thusi        3080
                                                                                                                                                 P. O. Box 371, Dannhauser,
      11                                        Zibambeziqine Community Garden               Dannhauser     1   Verdriet Farm    AB Thusi        3080
                                                                                                                                                 P. O. Box 371, Dannhauser,
      12                                        Kugiya umbanga youth Poultry                 Dannhauser     1   Verdriet Farm    AB Thusi        3080
                                                                                                                                                 P. O. Box 371, Dannhauser,
      13                                        Qedumona Community Garden                    Dannhauser     1   Kliproots Farm   AB Thusi        3080

      14                                        Jessie Farm Tree Planting Project            Dannhauser         Jessie Farm      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      15                                        Emafusini indigenous pilot Project           Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      16                                        Naasfarm indigenous pilot Project            Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      17                                        Flint indigenous pilot Project               Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      18                                        Thirst indigenous pilot Project              Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      19                                        Kilkeel indigenous pilot Project             Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      20                                        Silambile Women's Farmers Ass.               Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      21                                        Madoda Hlanganani Cattle Farming             Dannhauser     5   Ntendeka         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      22                                        Mbabane Bakery                               Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      23                                        Uhlosimpilo Vaseline making Project          Dannhauser     4   Currah           Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      24                                        Intsongo block making project                Dannhauser     4   Mullinger        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      25                                        Masibambisane Bakery Project                 Dannhauser                          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      26                                        Sibuyile Candle making project               Dannhauser     1   Skobaren         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      27                                        Brick making project                         Dannhauser     6   Poona            Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080




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      28                                        Zibambeziqine block making                      Dannhauser       Verdriet Farm     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      29                                        Block making Project                            Dannhauser   6   Peach hill Farm   Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      30                                        Siyenza Candle making                           Dannhauser   1   Mossdale          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      31                                        Sukumani sinqobe candle making                  Dannhauser       Ekuthokozeni      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      32                                        Zenzele Block making project                    Dannhauser   4   Currah            Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      33                                        Thandanani candle making project                Dannhauser   4   Trimcork          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      34                                        Thuthukani Block making                         Dannhauser   4                     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      35                                        Masibumbane catering Project                    Dannhauser   4   Milford Farm      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      36                                        Buhle beLadybank candle making                  Dannhauser   4   Ladybank          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      37                                        Izwilabantu Women's Baking, Catering & Sewing   Dannhauser   6   Emfundweni        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      38                                        Skobaren Bakery Project                         Dannhauser   1   Skobaren          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      39                                        Sizanani candle making Project                  Dannhauser   1                     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      40                                        Sizakancane candle making Project               Dannhauser                         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      41                                        Sekusile Candle making Project                  Dannhauser   1   Hlonyane          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      42                                        Ukukhanda Amakhandlela Candle making project    Dannhauser   6   Moy               Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      43                                        Impilo catering project                         Dannhauser   9   Phillip Farm      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      44                                        Siyakha blocks Project                          Dannhauser   6   Jessie Farm       Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      45                                        Ithuba elihle block makers                      Dannhauser   6   Emfundweni        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      46                                        Khuluma wenze window & block makers             Dannhauser   6   Thirst            Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      47                                        Qedumona brick makers                           Dannhauser   5   Ntendeka          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      48                                        Imizamoyethu Sewing club                        Dannhauser       Jessie Farm       Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      49                                        Rutland Sewing club                             Dannhauser       Rutland           Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      50                                        Cardwell Sewing Project                         Dannhauser   2   Durnacol          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      51                                        Kranskop Sewing Project                         Dannhauser   2   Durnacol          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      52                                        Mooiplaas Sewing Project                        Dannhauser   1                     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      53                                        Low Valley Sewing Project                       Dannhauser   2   Durnacol          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      54                                        Hansford Farm Sewing Project                    Dannhauser   2   Durnacol          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      55                                        Junction Sewing Project                         Dannhauser   2   Durnacol          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      56                                        Stern Drive-In Sewing Project                   Dannhauser   2   Hattingspruit     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      57                                        Khiphokuhle Sewing Club-Material                Dannhauser   6   Peach Hill        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080




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      58                                        Sukumani Sinqobe Sewing Club          Dannhauser       Ekuthokozeni      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      59                                        M.D.U. Family and Friends Sewing CC   Dannhauser   7   Annievill         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      60                                        Rooipoint Sewing Project              Dannhauser   5   Rooipoint         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      61                                        Sizamani Community Project            Dannhauser   1   Skobaren          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      62                                        Masibambisane Sewing Project          Dannhauser                         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      63                                        Buhlebuyeza Sewing Club               Dannhauser   6   Rutland           Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      64                                        Sizakancane Sewing Project            Dannhauser   4   Magdalena         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      65                                        Zicabangele Sewing Club               Dannhauser                         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      66                                        Uhlosimpilo Sewing Project            Dannhauser   4   Currah            Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      67                                        Impumelelo Yentsha Sewing Project     Dannhauser   4   Dorset            Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      68                                        Zizameleni Sewing Club                Dannhauser   4   Chester Devon     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      69                                        Intsongo Sewing Project               Dannhauser   4   Mullinger         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      70                                        Thandanani Sewing Project             Dannhauser   4   Trimcork          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      71                                        Thuthukani Sewing Project             Dannhauser   4                     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      72                                        Thandulwazi Sewing Club               Dannhauser   4   Westport          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      73                                        Masibumbane Sewing Club               Dannhauser   4   Millford          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      74                                        Buhle Beladybank Sewing Club          Dannhauser   4   Ladybrook         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      75                                        Impilo Sewing Project                 Dannhauser   9   Phillip Farm      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      76                                        Lethukukhanya Sewing Project          Dannhauser   5   Ntendeka          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      77                                        Vukuzenzele Sewing Club               Dannhauser   4   Annandale         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      78                                        Emfundweni Poultry                    Dannhauser   6   Emfundweni        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      79                                        Kranskop Poultry Project              Dannhauser   2   Kranskop          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      80                                        Stern Drive-In Poultry Project        Dannhauser   2   Hattingspruit     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      81                                        Sofunda Poultry Club                  Dannhauser   6   Peach hill Farm   Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      82                                        Ramaphosa Poultry Project             Dannhauser   2   Hattingspruit     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      83                                        Zibambeziqine Poultry Project         Dannhauser       Verdriet Farm     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      84                                        Siyenza Poultry Project               Dannhauser   1   Mossdale          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      85                                        Sukumani sinqobe Poultry              Dannhauser       Ekuthokozeni      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      86                                        Poona Poultry Project                 Dannhauser   6   Poona             Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      87                                        Khwezumkhono Poultry Project          Dannhauser   3   Sleeve Donald     Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080




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      88                                        Sibuyile Poultry Project                    Dannhauser   1   Skobaren        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      89                                        Rooipoort Poultry Project                   Dannhauser   5                   Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      90                                        Masibambisane Poultry Project               Dannhauser                       Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      91                                        Zenzele Poultry Project                     Dannhauser   4   Currah          Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      92                                        Simunye Poultry Project                     Dannhauser   4   Millford        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      93                                        Zizameleni Poultry Project                  Dannhauser   4   Chester Devon   Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      94                                        Intsongo Poultry Project                    Dannhauser   4   Mullinger       Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      95                                        Thandanani Poultry Project                  Dannhauser   4   Trimcork        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      96                                        Thuthukani Poultry Project                  Dannhauser   4                   Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      97                                        Buhle BeLadybank Poultry                    Dannhauser   4   Ladybank        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      98                                        Thubelihle Poultry                          Dannhauser   1   Mossdale        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      99                                        Masakhane Poultry Project                   Dannhauser   1   Mossdale        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      100                                       Xoshindlala Poultry Project                 Dannhauser   1   Normandien      Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      101                                       Sizanani Poultry Project                    Dannhauser   1   Skobaren        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      102                                       Tholulwazi Poultry Project                  Dannhauser   5   Ntendeka        Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      103                                       Vukuzenzele Poultry Project                 Dannhauser   5   JT Farm         Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      104                                       Zibambeziqine Poultry Project               Dannhauser   1   Verdriet Farm   AB Thusi        PO Box 371, Dannhauser, 3080

      105                                       Qedumona Community Garden                   Dannhauser   1   Goodien Farm    AB Thusi        PO Box 371, Dannhauser, 3080

      106                                       Kugiya Umbanga Youth Community Garden       Dannhauser   1   Verdriet Farm   AB Thusi        PO Box 371, Dannhauser, 3080

      107                                       Zibambeziqine Community Garden              Dannhauser   1   Verdriet Farm   AB Thusi        PO Box 371, Dannhauser, 3080

      108                                       Zibuyile Sewing Club                        Dannhauser   3   Sleeve Donald   TP Mlambo       PO Box 371, Dannhauser, 3080
                                                Sesiyathuthuka Gardensville Association -                                                    Gardens JP School, Private
      109                                       Community Gardening                         Dannhauser   1   Ballengeich     CM Mthanti      Bag 71, Ballengeich, 2941
                                                                                                                                             PO Box 11401, Dannhauser,
      110                                       Sthwathwa Framers Association               Dannhauser   3   Mourne Farm     DS Mayisela     3080

      111                                       Buhlebentendeka Gardening                   Dannhauser   5   Ntendeka        A Mgaga         P/ Bag 6601, Newcastle, 2940

      112                                       Inhlakanipho Poultry Project                Dannhauser   8   Banfer Farm     A Ngcobo        PO Box 6805, Dundee, 3000

      113                                       Hluzingqondo Block Makaers                  Dannhauser   8   Clifton Farm    I Molefe        PO Box 6890, Dundee, 3000

      114                                       Zamanani Sewing Project                     Dannhauser   8   Cupar           J Simelane      PO Box 6890, Dundee, 3000

      115                                       Zizameleni Garden Project                   Dannhauser   8   Newport Farm    N Buthelezi     PO Box 6890, Dundee, 3000

      116                                       Siyathuthuka Baking Project                 Dannhauser   8   Banniff Farm    F Mnguni        PO Box 6890, Dundee, 3000




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      117                                       Buhlebomzinyathi Youth Organisation       Dannhauser   10   Buhlebomzinyathi B Linda/M Dludla                P/Bag X 4014, Osizweni, 2952
      118                                       Zwide's Coal Yard                         Dannhauser   7    Anneville             MC Nxumalo                 PO Box 271, Dannhauser, 3080
      119                                       Khuphukani Community Project              Dannhauser   7    KwaMdakane            T Xaba                     PO Box 412, Dannhauser, 3080

      120                                       Phakamani Piggery Project                 Dannhauser   4                          R Hlongwane/D Buthelezi    PO Box 88, Dundee, 3000

      121                                       Bambanani Farmers Ass Garden Project      Dannhauser   4    Clones                T Malinga                  PO Box 7646, Dundee, 3000

      122                                       Hlosimpilo Poultry Club                   Dannhauser        Currah Farm           B Mthembu                  PO Box 1495, Dundee, 3000
                                                                                                                                                             Steyn Drive-Inn, Hattingspruit
      123                                       Bhayisikombe Sewing and Poultry Project   Dannhauser   2    Hattingspruit         PM Phungula                Ward 2

      124                                       DNC Poultry, Veg and Nursery              Dannhauser                              SE Jiyane                  PO Box 8861, Newcastle, 2940

      125                                       Masakhane Poultry                         Dannhauser   1    Mossdale              Masakhane
      126                                       Doringkop Livestock (Goat Project)        Dannhauser   1    Dooringkop Farm       Nhlosokuhle
      127                                       Philisisizwe Vegetable Project            Dannhauser   1    Dooringkop Farm       Inhlosokuhle

      128                                       Nqanawe Piggery & Dairy                   Dannhauser   6    Poona                 Nqanawe Farm Association
      129                                       Piggery Farming Club                      Dannhauser   6    Poona                 Isulethu
      130                                       Poona Poultry                             Dannhauser   6    Poona                 Bambisanani
      131                                       Poona Garden Club                         Dannhauser   6    Poona                 Vuka Sime
      132                                       Khulani Community Garden                  Dannhauser        Durnacol              Joy
      133                                       Sondeleduze Community Garden              Dannhauser   2    Emafusini             Sondeleduze
      134                                       Sukumani Nisebenze Farming                Dannhauser   6    Emfundweni            Develop Comm
      135                                       Flint Poultry Project                     Dannhauser   6    Flint Farm            Sithembeli W Club
      136                                       Zakhele Poultry                           Dannhauser   3    Steeve Donald         Zakhele Club
      137                                       Sukumani Gardening                        Dannhauser   3    Mount Joana           Sukumani Garden Club
      138                                       Xhoshindlala Poultry Project              Dannhauser   1    Normandien            Xhoshindlala
      139                                       Emfumndweni Vegetable Garden              Dannhauser   6    Emfundweni            Thandanani
                                                                                                            Upper           Crane Mabuya Community
      140                                       Mabuya Crop Farming & Tractor Hiring      Dannhauser   1    Valley                Development Project
                                                                                                            Upper           Crane Mabuya Community
      141                                       Mabuya Livestock & Processing             Dannhauser   1    Valley                Development Project
      142                                       Zamokuhle Garden Project                  Dannhauser   6    Rutland Farm          ZM Zwane                   PO Box 8495, Dundee, 3000
      143                                       Bambanani Sewing Club                     Dannhauser   6    Rutland Farm          Bambanani Sewing Club
      144                                       Imizamoyethu Sewing Club                  Dannhauser   6    Jessie Farm           Imizamoyethu Sewing Club
                                                                                                            Upper           Crane Mabuya Community
      145                                       Mabuya Poultry Project                    Dannhauser   1    Valley                Development Project




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                                                                                                                     Upper           Crane Mabuya Community
      146                                       Mabuya Vegetable Gardens & Nursery                 Dannhauser   1    Valley                Development Project
                                                                                                                     Upper           Crane Mabuya Community
      147                                       Mabuya Block & Brick Making                        Dannhauser   1    Valley                Development Project
                                                                                                                     Upper           Crane Mabuya Community
      148                                       Mabuya Sewing & Dressmaking                        Dannhauser   1    Valley                Development Project
                                                                                                                                                                    PO Box     10121,   Nyanyadu,
      149                                       Poona Youth Caterers                               Dannhauser        Poona                 Poona Youth Cateres      3004
      150                                       Sinethemba Sewing Project                          Dannhauser   7    Nkosibomvu            Sinethemba Sewing Club
      151                                       Zikhanyiseleni Candles                             Dannhauser   1    Dooringkop Farm       Inhlosokuhle
      152                                       Poona Sewing Club                                  Dannhauser   6    Poona                 Siyacathula
      153                                       Zamokuhle Sewing                                   Dannhauser   6    Moy Farm              Zamokuhle
      154                                       Siyazama Blocks Manufacturing                      Dannhauser   6    Rutland Farm          Siyazama Blocks
      155                                       Bumbanani Sewing Club                              Dannhauser   6    Rutland Farm          Bumbanani                PO Box 8502, Dundee, 3000
                                                                                                                     Grootgeluk
      156                                       Sinqobile Baking                                   Dannhauser   10   (Hudula)              B Zwane                  PO Box 13314, Osizweni, 2952
      157                                       Flint Block Making                                 Dannhauser   6    Flint Farm            Vukuzakhe
                                                Thembalethu (Welding, Burglar Guards, Painting &
      158                                       Glazing)                                           Dannhauser   6    Emfundweni            Develop Comm
                                                                                                                     Upper           Crane Mabuya Community
      159                                       Mabuya Guest House                                 Dannhauser   1    Valley                Development Project
      160                                       Silandeleni Building Blocks                        Dannhauser   8    Springbok             P Luthuli                PO Box 19065, Osizweni, 2952
                                                                                                                     Upper Crane                                    7576 Upper Crane Valley, NDH
      161                                       Mabuya Crop Farming & Tractor Hiring               Dannhauser   1    Valley                NC Luthuli               3080
                                                                                                                                           Sakhisizwe Development
      162                                       Sakhisizwe Poultry Project                         Dannhauser        Hattingspruit         Committee                PO Box 79, Hattingspruit, 3081
                                                                                                                                           Sakhisizwe Development
      163                                       Sakhisizwe Community Garden                        Dannhauser        Hattingspruit         Committee                PO Box 79, Hattingspruit, 3081
                                                                                                                                           Sakhisizwe Development
      164                                       Sakhisizwe Sewing Project                          Dannhauser        Hattingspruit         Committee                PO Box 79, Hattingspruit, 3081

      165                                       Hilltop Youth Poultry                              Dannhauser        Hilltop               Hilltop Youth Project    PO Box 509, Dannhauser, 3080

      166                                       Mzamo Farmers                                      Dannhauser   4    Perth                 S Khuzwayo               PO Box 837, Dundee, 3000

      167                                       Siyathuthuka Farming                               Dannhauser        Gardenia              IB Khumalo               PO Box 71, Ballengeich, 2942

      168                                       Ikhayalethu Upholestry                             Dannhauser   6    Rutland Farm          P Mkhize                 PO Box 8453, Dundee, 3000

      169                                       Siphemba okuhle Piggery                            Dannhauser   6    Rutland Farm          VA Buthelezi             PO Box 8729, Dundee, 3000

      170                                       Siyaphemba okuhle Poultry                          Dannhauser   6    Rutland Farm          G Buthelezi              PO Box 8729, Dundee, 3000

      171                                       Thandukwenza Vegetable Garden                      Dannhauser   6    Jessie Farm           R Shabangu               PO Box 230, Dannhauser, 3080

      172                                       Imizamoyethu Sewing                                Dannhauser   6    Jessie Farm           R Shabangu               PO Box 1574, Dundee, 3000




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      173                                       Zithuthukise Garden Club        Dannhauser   7   Nkosibomvu      FG Ndlovu       PO Box 8416, Dundee, 3000

      174                                       Sinothile Piggery               Dannhauser   7   Nkosibomvu      FG Ndlovu       PO Box 8416, Dundee, 3000
                                                                                                                                 PO Box 10477, Nyanyadu,
      175                                       Poona Poultry                   Dannhauser   6   Poona           F Mbatha        3004
                                                                                                                                 PO Box 10121, Nyanyadu,
      176                                       Poona Block Making              Dannhauser   6   Poona           A Mbuyisa       3004
                                                                                                                                 PO Box 10447, Nyanyadu,
      177                                       Poona Piggery Farm              Dannhauser   6   Poona           M Xaba          3004

      178                                       Inhlosokuhle Poultry            Dannhauser   1   Dorenkop        M Mahlambi      PO Box 699, Dannhauser, 3080

      179                                       Inhlosokuhle Vegetable Garden   Dannhauser   1   Dorenkop        TG Shabalala    PO Box 699, Dannhauser, 3080

      180                                       Inhlosokuhle Candle Making      Dannhauser   1   Dorenkop        Z Mlangeni      PO Box 699, Dannhauser, 3080

      181                                       Khanyisani Candle Making        Dannhauser   1   Normadien       M Mfusi         PO Box 3099, Newcastle, 2940

      182                                       Hlosokuhle Livestock Project    Dannhauser   1   Dorenkop        S Mbambo        PO Box 699, Dannhauser, 3080

      183                                       Siyazama Community Garden       Dannhauser   1   Mossedale       N Beula         083 237 5344

      184                                       Masakhane Poultry               Dannhauser   1   Mossedale       T Ndaba         083 664 8011

      185                                       Flint Development Committee     Dannhauser   6   Flint Farm      PJ Nsobande     PO Box 10046, Dundee, 3000

      186                                       Flint Poultry Project           Dannhauser   6   Flint Farm      N Makhathini    PO Box 10107, Dundee, 3000

      187                                       Bumbanani Sewing Club           Dannhauser   6   Nyanyadu        T Sibiya        PO Box 8405, Dundee, 3000

      188                                       Sukumani Nisebenza Garden       Dannhauser   6   Emfundweni      S Sibeko        PO Box 335, Dannhauser, 3080

      189                                       Sondeleduze Community Garden    Dannhauser   2   Emafusini       I Phiri         PO Box 407, Dannhauser, 3080

      190                                       Khulani Community Garden        Dannhauser       Durnacol        N Buthelezi     PO Box 324, Durnacol, 3082

      191                                       Zithuthukise Poultry            Dannhauser   6   Jessie Farm     J Shabangu      PO Box 230, Dannhauser, 3080
                                                                                                                                 PO Box 1029, Dannhauser,
      192                                       Zakhele Poultry                 Dannhauser   3   Sleeve Donald   M Khumalo       3080
                                                                                                                                 PO Box 1029, Dannhauser,
      193                                       Khwezumkhono Garden             Dannhauser   3   Sleeve Donald   M Mtshali       3080
                                                                                                                                 PO Box 1072, Dannhauser,
      194                                       Thandanani Garden               Dannhauser   6   Emfundweni      M Mjiyako       3080

      195                                       Khulanathi Poultry              Dannhauser   8   Surrey          FR Nkosi        PO Box 2360, Newcastle, 2940
                                                                                                                                 PO Box 6623, Dannhauser,
      196                                       Inesigqi Farmers Association    Dannhauser   5   Annandale       MG Kunene       3080

                                                                                                                                 Black Bank Farm, Zulu Stand,
      197                                       Ekhaya Lenkukhu                 Dannhauser   8   Black Bank      ZV Madela       Dannhauser

      198                                       Duma Block Making               Dannhauser   7   KwaMdakane      T Xaba          PO Box 412, Dannhauser, 3080
      199      ARTS & CRAFTS

      200                                       Izwi Lethu Furniture Making     Dannhauser   6   Poona           Dannhauser LM   P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080




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      201                                        Ntshingwayo Arts & Crafts Project      Dannhauser     2      Maqhudeqana         Dannhauser LM         P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      202                                        Our Hope Arts & Crafts Projects        Dannhauser     3      Mourne Farm         Dannhauser LM         P/Bag 1011, Dannhauser, 3080

      203                                        Qhubuthando Arts and Crafts            Dannhauser     10     Grootgeluk          Q Mbatha              PO Box 13021, Osizweni, 2952


BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE (HOUSING)
                                            Kilkeel Housing Project                  Dannhauser   7         Kilkeel         Kilkeel Devel Forum
                                            Ward 7 Housing Development               Dannhauser   7         Allen 1 & 2     ACODA
                                            Annie Valley Housing Develop             Dannhauser   7         Annie Valley    ACODA
                                            Nellie Valley Housing Develop            Dannhauser   7         Nellie Valley   ACODA
                                                                                                                            Elite Organisation, Rural
                                            Social Welfare Housing Support Centre    Dannhauser   7         Annie Valley    Social Welfare & Housing
                                                                                                                            Elite Organisation, Rural
                                            Consolidation Rural Housing              Dannhauser   7         Annie Valley    Social Welfare & Housing
                                                                                                                            Sakhisizwe Development
                                            Hattingspruit Rural Housing              Dannhauser             Hattingspruit   Committee
                                                                                                                            Vukuzakhe Disabled
                                            Rural Housing Support                    Dannhauser             Annieville      Housing
LAND USE/LAND REFORM

                                            Mossdale                                 Dannhauser                             DLA

                                            Allen Farm                               Dannhauser   7         Allen Farm      Cllr MS Duma

FENCING/MUNICIPAL ROADS
                                            Kalabasi Primary School                  Dannhauser   1         Durnacol        Principal-MZ Hlomuka
                                            Naas Farm Grazing Camp                   Dannhauser   8         Naas Farm       BE Mkhaliphi
                                            Clones Roads & Repairs                   Dannhauser             Clones          MA Masondo
                                            Greenock Farm Fencing Grazing Camps      Dannhauser   8         Greenock        AH Mgaga
                                                                                                            Shepstone
                                            Shepstone Lake Comm. Garden              Dannhauser   10        Lake            Mrs Khumalo
                                            Dorienkop Road                           Dannhauser   1         Dorienkop       AB Thusi
                                            Dorienkop Grazing camp                   Dannhauser   1         Dorienkop       AB Thusi
                                            Goodien Road and Road Signs              Dannhauser   1         Goodien Farm    AB Thusi

                                            Kliproots Road                           Dannhauser   1         Kliproots Farm AB Thusi
                                            Emfundweni road storm water control      Dannhauser                             Dannhauser LM

                                            Doringkop road storm water control       Dannhauser                             Dannhauser LM

                                            Skobaren access road                     Dannhauser                             Dannhauser LM




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                                            Livestock camps Fencing                     Dannhauser   1                   Dannhauser LM

                                            Livestock camps Fencing                     Dannhauser   6                   Dannhauser LM

                                            Livestock camps Fencing                     Dannhauser   9                   Dannhauser LM

                                            Grain farming land Fencing                  Dannhauser       Thirst          Dannhauser LM

                                            Grain farming land Fencing                  Dannhauser       Flint           Dannhauser LM

                                            Grain farming land Fencing                  Dannhauser   6   Poona Farm      Dannhauser LM

                                            Fields Fencing                              Dannhauser   6   Emfundweni      Dannhauser LM

                                            Impumelelo yentsha Grazing camps            Dannhauser                       Dannhauser LM

                                            Grazing camps                               Dannhauser       Dorset          Dannhauser LM

                                            Grazing camps                               Dannhauser   4                   Dannhauser LM

                                            Intsongo Grazing camps                      Dannhauser                       Dannhauser LM

                                            Grazing camps                               Dannhauser       Mullinger       Dannhauser LM

                                            Grazing camps                               Dannhauser   1                   Dannhauser LM

                                            Doringkop Grazing camps                     Dannhauser                       Dannhauser LM

                                            Ntendeka Fencing                            Dannhauser                       Dannhauser LM

                                            Fencing                                     Dannhauser   5                   Dannhauser LM

                                            Information map sign & Tourism road signs   Dannhauser   2   Hattingspruit   Dannhauser LM
                                                                                                         SleeveDonald
                                            SleeveDonald Farm Fencing                   Dannhauser   3   Farm            Cllr MA Sibeko

                                            Morne Farm Fencing                          Dannhauser   3   Morne Farm      Cllr MA Sibeko

                                            Nellie Valley Storm water drainage          Dannhauser   7   Nellie Valley   PS Thusi

                                            Poona Fencing                               Dannhauser   6   Poona Farm      H Xaba

                                            Sinethemba Road Maintenance                 Dannhauser   2   Cadwell Farm    TJ Zwane

                                            Kilkeel Development Forum - Road            Dannhauser   7   Kilkeel         MJ Madondo
LOCAL AMENITIES

                                            Morne Farm Community Hall                   Dannhauser   3   Morne Farm      Cllr MA Sibeko

                                            Annei Valley Community Hall                 Dannhauser   7   Annie Valley    Ward Committee
                                            Poona Multi-Purpose Hall                    Dannhauser   6   Poona           Poona Devel Comm

                                            Nellie Farm Community Hall                  Dannhauser   7   Nellie Valley   Nellie Valley Farm Syndicate

                                            Rutland Library                             Dannhauser   6   Rutland         Rutland Dev. Comm




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SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE (CEMETERIES & CREMATORIA)

                                               Rutland Funeral Home             Dannhauser   6    Rutland         ZM Zwane
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE/FACILITIES (EDUCATION)
                                               Malambule H School - Computers   Dannhauser        Dundee          IVT Nxumalo
                                                                                                                  Vukuzakhe Disabled People
                                               Promotive Health School          Dannhauser   7    Annie Valley    of SA

                                               Gardens School Admin Block       Dannhauser        Gardens School Principal & SGB

SOCIAL WELFARE

                                               Phila Homeless Centre            Dannhauser                        S Narothum
MUNICIPAL HEALTH

                                               Currah Farm HIV/AIDS Project     Dannhauser        District wide   Mr Sibiya

CHILD CARE FACILITIES
                                                                                                  SleeveDonald
                                               SleeveDonald Community Creche    Dannhauser   3    Farm            Cllr MA Sibeko

                                               Gavin Farm Creche                Dannhauser        Gavin Farm      JH Roeloffse
                                               Kopje Alleen Creche              Dannhauser   1    Kopje Alleen    Dannhauser LM

                                               Mourne Farm Creche               Dannhauser   3    Mourne farm     Dannhauser LM

                                               Drangaan Creche                  Dannhauser   10   Drangaan        Dannhauser LM

                                               Naasfarm Creche                  Dannhauser   8    Naasfarm        Dannhauser LM

                                               Springbok Laagte Creche          Dannhauser   8    Springbok       Dannhauser LM

                                               Thirst Creche                    Dannhauser   6                    Dannhauser LM

                                               Spookmill Creche                 Dannhauser   8    Spookmill       Dannhauser LM

                                               Rutland Creche                   Dannhauser   6    Rutland         Dannhauser LM

                                               Peach Hill Creche                Dannhauser   6                    Dannhauser LM

                                               Inverness Creche                 Dannhauser   9                    Dannhauser LM

                                               Fairbreeze Creche                Dannhauser   9    Fairbreeze      Dannhauser LM

                                               Birkenstock Creche               Dannhauser   9                    Dannhauser LM

                                               Clere Creche                     Dannhauser   9                    Dannhauser LM

                                               Verdriet Creche                  Dannhauser   1    Verdriet        Dannhauser LM

                                               Goodwin Creche                   Dannhauser   1                    Dannhauser LM

                                               Moy Farm Creche                  Dannhauser   6    Moy Farm        Dannhauser LM




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                                            Annieville - 4 Creches                          Dannhauser   7   Annieville      Dannhauser LM

                                            Kilkeel - 3 Creches                             Dannhauser   7   Kilkeel         Dannhauser LM

                                            Nellie Valley - 2 Creches                       Dannhauser   6   Nellie Valley   Dannhauser LM

                                            Nkosibomvu - 2 Creches                          Dannhauser   7   Nkosibomvu      Dannhauser LM

                                            Rooipoint Creche                                Dannhauser   5   Rooipoint       Dannhauser LM

                                            Siphesihle Creche                               Dannhauser   6   Flint           Dannhauser LM
                                                                                                             Annandale
                                            Celokuhle Women's Club Creche                   Dannhauser   5   Farm            Dannhauser LM

                                            Sikhethuxolo Creche                             Dannhauser   1   Kliproots Farm AB Thusi
                                            Othandweni Creche                               Dannhauser   1   Goodien Farm    AB Thusi
                                            Kliproots Creche                                Dannhauser   1   Kliproots Farm AB Thusi
                                            Ndumiso Creche                                  Dannhauser   7   Nkosibomvu      PN Shabalala
                                            Siyazama Creche                                 Dannhauser   6   Peach Hill Farm Siyazama

                                            Nellie Farm Creche                              Dannhauser   7   Nellie Valley   Nellie Valley Farm Syndicate
MUNICIPAL PLANNING

                                            Land availability for projects                  Dannhauser Ward 7 kwaMdakane     Cllr MS Duma

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

                                            Amajuba Agri Centre Co-op Ltd                   Dannhauser                       RM Ndlovu
                                            Masisizane (Old Age & Disabled Care Org)        Dannhauser       Cloneen Farm    MJ Mahlambi
                                            Zizamele Poultry Projects                       Dannhauser                       S Madide

                                            Rural Social Welfare - Housing Dev and Health   Dannhauser                       Annieville
SPORT, CULTURE and RECREATION

                                            Girls of Peace Zulu Dance                       Dannhauser   5   Emfundweni      Khumalo Mavis
                                            Sakhisizwe - Soccer Kits&Netball Kits           Dannhauser       Hattingspruit   Sakhisizwe Dev. Committee

                                            Dannhauser Soccer kit                           Dannhauser   6   Rutland         P Shabalala

                                            Hlokomani - Soccer items                        Dannhauser   6   Dorset          J Dlamini

                                            Athletics Development                           Dannhauser                       A Mthembu

                                            Imbalenhle Young Singers                        Dannhauser                       M Khuzwayo

LOCAL SPORT FACILITIES

                                            Sportfield Fencing                              Dannhauser   6   Poona           Sport Committee

                                            Playgrounds Rural Service Centre                Dannhauser                       CS-ADM




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SERVICE PROVISION

                                            Funeral Home                                          Dannhauser   6   Rutland         ZM Zwane

OTHER PROJECTS

                                            Sokhombuzotho Burial Society (Tent, chairs & table)   Dannhauser   8                   G Hadebe

                                            Siyathuthuka Public Phones                            Dannhauser   1   Kliproots Farm MP Khuzwayo

                                            Kugiya Umbanga Youth-Tent                             Dannhauser   1   Verdriet Farm   AB Thusi
                                            Izwilabantu Women's Club                              Dannhauser       Emfundweni      SM Ngubane
                                            Ofakazi bevangeli youth club (Uniforms)               Dannhauser   7   Kilkeel Farm    JX Mabaso
                                            Abavikeli Youth Project (Lawn Mowers)                 Dannhauser   7                   B Ndaza
                                            (Horse pipes and valves for watering)                 Dannhauser                       MS Duma
                                            Public Phones with the container                      Dannhauser   3   Hilltop         Hilltop Youth

                                            Machine for Eskom cards                               Dannhauser   3   Hilltop         Hilltop Youth

                                            Hilltop Youth - Tent Tables & Chairs                  Dannhauser   3   Hilltop         Hilltop Youth

                                            Hilltop Youth - Lawn mowers & Eletric Stoves          Dannhauser   3   Hilltop         Hilltop Youth

                                            Nkosingiphile Public Phones                           Dannhauser   3   Sleeve Donald N Mlambo

                                            Masibumbane (Vodacom Public Phones)                   Dannhauser   6   Leister Farm    CI Ndwandwe

                                            Kancane-Kancane Electrical CC (Tender request)        Dannhauser   7   Nelly-Valley    BR Khumalo




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                                    ANNEXURE C



          SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK REPORT
                           and
                           MAP




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SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK:

1.      DEFINITIONS:

          Spatial = relating to physical space.
          Spatial Development Framework = a plan that outlines developmental
          principles, policies and goals that are applicable to a municipal area in relation
          to physical space.

          A Spatial Development Framework therefore provides a broad indication of
          where different types of development should take place within the municipal
          area - in other words it provides spatial guidance for development.

2.      PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES:

          In summary, the spatial and Land Use Management problems and challenges
          that are faced in South Africa are as follows:

          •      Skewed settlement patterns.
          •      Concentrations of taxable economic resources in former white areas.
          •      Huge backlogs in service infrastructure in historically undeveloped areas.
          •      Great spatial separations and disparities between towns and settlements.
          •      Land use management and planning problems (e.g. different land use
                 management systems; emphasis on control not facilitation; lengthy
                 approval times; and weak enforcement of controls).

3.      STRATEGIC GUIDELINES:

          3.1          Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000:

                       In terms of section 26(e) of this Act, a municipality is required to
                       prepare a Spatial Development Framework (which must include the
                       provision of basic guidelines for a land use management system) as
                       part of the IDP process.

          3.2          Local Government: Municipal Planning and Performance
                       Management: Regulations, 2001:

                       Section 2(4) of the Regulations details specific requirements in
                       regard to the content of a municipality‟s Spatial Development
                       Framework. In particular, a Spatial Development Framework must:

                       -     give effect to the principles contained in Chapter 1 of the
                             Development Facilitation Act, 1995;
                       -     set out objectives that reflect the desired spatial form of the
                             municipality;
                       -     contain strategies and policies regarding the manner in which to
                             achieve the objectives;
                       -     set out basic guidelines for a land use management system;



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                       -     set out a capital investment programme for the municipality‟s
                             development programmes;
                       -     contain a strategic assessment of the environmental impact of
                             the Spatial Development Framework;
                       -     identify programmes and projects for the development of land;
                       -     be aligned to the Spatial Development Frameworks of
                             neighbouring municipalities; and
                       -     provide a visual representation of the desired spatial form of the
                             municipality.

                       For information, the principles contained in Chapter 1 of the DFA are
                       as follows:

                                  Policies, administrative practice and laws should provide for
                                   urban and rural development, facilitate development, discourage
                                   illegal occupation of land, and promote efficient and integrated
                                   development.
                                  In promoting efficient and integrated development, policies,
                                   practice and laws should also:
                                        o promote the integration of social, economic, institutional
                                            and physical aspects of land development;
                                        o promote integrated land development in urban and rural
                                            areas;
                                        o promote the availability of residential and employment
                                            opportunities;
                                        o encourage the optimal use of existing resources;
                                        o promote a diverse combination of land uses;
                                        o discourage urban sprawl;
                                        o assist in correcting historically distorted settlement
                                            patterns;
                                        o encourage environmental sustainability;
                                        o encourage the active participation of communities in the
                                            land development process;
                                        o develop the skills and capacity of people involved in land
                                            development;
                                        o laws and procedures must be clear and made generally
                                            available and should promote trust and acceptance;
                                        o provision must be made for security of tenure and
                                            different tenure options;
                                        o land development should be co-ordinated so as to
                                            minimise conflict and stimulate competition;
                                        o provision must be made for fair and transparent decision
                                            making and appeal.
          3.3          White Paper on Spatial Planning and Land Use Management, 2001:
                       According to the White Paper, a municipality is responsible for
                       preparing a planning framework upon which all land development
                       decisions should be based. A municipality has three roles in this
                       regard:

                       -     the formulation of a Spatial Development Framework;
                       -     the making of decisions on land development applications
                             which are submitted; and
                       -     the enforcement of the provisions of planning schemes.

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                       The White Paper states that the Spatial Development Framework
                       must be indicative - showing desired patterns of land use; directions
                       of growth; urban edges; special development areas; and
                       conservation areas. The White Paper also contains important
                       principles to guide spatial planning:

                        Sustainability     Sustainable management and use of resources
                                           making up the natural and built environment.
                        Equality           Everyone affected by spatial planning, land use
                                           management and land development actions or
                                           decisions must enjoy equal protection and benefits.
                        Efficiency         The desired result of land use must be produced with
                                           the minimum expenditure of resources.
                        Integration        The separate and diverse elements involved in
                                           development planning and land use should be
                                           combined and co-ordinated into a more complete
                                           whole.
                        Fair and good      Spatial planning, land use management and land
                        governance         development must be democratic, legitimate and
                                           participatory.
                                                                        Source: IDP Guide V,
                                                                    DPLG.

                                 The principles are aimed at ensuring that the problems and
                       challenges faced within municipalities are addressed in such a way
                       as to promote the creation of liveable, integrated towns and rural
                       areas.

          3.4          Land Use Management Bill, 2001:

                       The Bill requires that spatial planning be informed by the
                       abovementioned principles and sets out the contents of a Spatial
                       Development Framework (section 16). It also provides for the
                       adoption of municipal Spatial Development Frameworks (section 18).

4         THE LINK BETWEEN SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT:

          It is important to note that the IDP Spatial Development Framework is intended
          to form the basis for the Land Use Management System for the municipal area
          (Land Use Management referring in this instance to a) the control of
          development and b) the facilitation of development). These two aspects place
          different requirements on the Spatial Development Framework - one the one
          hand it must be detailed enough to guide the implementation of land use rights
          (by means of Planning Schemes), while on the other hand it must identify
          measures to stimulate development.

5         OBJECTIVE:

          To establish a Spatial Development Framework that provides:

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                      general direction to guide decision-making and thereby contribute towards
                       the creation of integrated and habitable towns and residential areas;
                      a framework for the formulation of an appropriate land use management
                       system for the municipal area; and
                      a framework for public and private sector investment.

6         FORMULATION OF A SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK:

          The formulation of a Spatial Development Framework entails four steps:

                       studying the spatial profile of the municipal area (i.e. the
                        development informants);
                       assessing the spatial impact of the various development strategies;
                       determining the location of proposed projects; and
                       preparing a Spatial Development Framework Plan.

7.        DANNHAUSER SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK:

          7.1          Dannhauser Development Informant maps:

                       The Development Informant maps are a series of maps which show
                       spatial trends and issues. They included:

                               Map 1: Boundaries - municipal, ward, Traditional Authority,
                                farm and former TLC (based on data from the Demarcation
                                Board and the Surveyor-General);
                               Map 2: Population densities (based on the 1996 Census
                                data);
                               Map 3: Topography (based on data from Surveys and
                                Mapping, Department of Land Affairs: Mowbray);
                               Map 4: Environmentally Sensitive Areas (based on data from
                                KZN Wildlife);
                               Map 5: Land Use Management/Land Reform (based on data
                                from the Department of Land Affairs and the Department of
                                Traditional and Local Government Affairs);
                               Map 6: Infrastructure (based on data from the Department of
                                Transport, the Dannhauser Municipality, ESKOM, and the
                                Amajuba District Municipality);
                               Map 7: Economic (based on data from the Department of
                                Agriculture, the Amajuba District Municipality and the
                                Department of Minerals and Energy);
                               Maps 8, 9 and 10: Social (based on data from the Amajuba
                                District Municipality, the Department of Health and the
                                Department of Education); and
                               Map 11: Land Potential (based on data from the Department
                                of Agriculture); and
                               Map 12: Veld Types (based on data from the Department of
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                       In addition, 1999 aerial photography of the eastern portion of the
                       municipal area has been studied (and a series of Ward Maps have
                       been created based upon the photography). The 1:50 000 Sheets
                       from the Department of Land Affairs, Mowbray have also been
                       studied and a display map produced.

                       From a study of the abovementioned maps, photographs and sheets,
                       the following key spatial trends and issues have emerged:

                                there are high levels of poverty and dense settlement in the north-
                                 eastern portion of the municipal area and a resultant need for land
                                 (for settlement purposes, as well as subsistence and commercial
                                 agricultural purposes);
                                there is a need to conserve and protect the natural resources of the
                                 municipal area (soil; water resources; environmentally sensitive
                                 features [including Important Landscapes, Ecosystems and
                                 Communities and Species Sites]);
                                there is a need to address environmental degradation (overgrazing;
                                 poor agricultural practices; rehabilitation of closed/abandoned
                                 mines);
                                there is a need to maximise the agricultural potential of the area
                                 and facilitate the production of the highest outputs;
                                land reform is having an impact on the settlement pattern of the
                                 municipality (particularly the major projects at Alcockspruit and
                                 Kopje Alleen in the north-central portion of the municipal area);
                                the N11 and R621 roads provide good access within, and to and
                                 from, the municipal area; and
                                the Ntshingwayo Dam, the scenic landscapes and important
                                 environmental Ecosystems, Communities and Species present
                                 valuable tourism and recreational opportunities.

          7.2          Location of projects map:

                       This map indicates the spatial location of the Top 30 Prioritised
                       Projects (Map 13).

          7.3          Dannhauser Spatial Development Framework Plan:

                                    This plan (Map 14) shows the following:

                       Settlement Hierarchy:

                               Hub: Dannhauser is the primary centre of the municipal area (it
                               includes the Dannhauser, Emafusini and Durnacol areas). It provides
                               a range of higher order services and facilities to the surrounding small
                               settlements and rural areas (including a police station; clinic; welfare
                               office; primary and secondary schools; magistrate‟s court; and post
                               office). It serves as the distribution and co-ordination point of the
                               municipality.

                               Service Satellites: There are five proposed service satellites in the
                               municipal area, namely Hattingspruit, Flint, Thirst, Naasfarm and
                               Kilkeel. These are lower order localities where a range of social and
                               economic services and activities could be concentrated in a

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                             sustainable way. It is proposed that supplementary services (e.g.
                             weekly services) be clustered at the satellites at, for example, Multi-
                             purpose Community Centres (MPCCs).

                       Movement Corridors:

                             The connecting infrastructure, linking the abovementioned hub
                             and satellites, is as follows:

                             Primary Movement Corridor: The N11 national road linking
                             Newcastle (the Amajuba District‟s regional centre) to the north of the
                             municipal area and Ladysmith (the uThukela District‟s regional centre)
                             to the south of the municipal area. It is both a transport and a tourism
                             corridor.

                             Secondary Movement Corridor: The secondary movement corridor
                             is the R621 main road. It links the hub of Dannhauser and the
                             Hattingspruit satellite to the N11 (and on to Newcastle) to the north,
                             and to Dundee and Glencoe (and on to the R33 main road) to the
                             south.

                             Tertiary Movement Corridors: There are three tertiary movement
                             corridors:

                                           road 272 which runs south from main road 483 (which
                                            links Madadeni and Osizweni in the adjacent Newcastle
                                            Municipal Area) down to road 38 and on to Dannhauser
                                            to the south-west or alternatively on down to Dundee (in
                                            the adjacent Endumeni Municipality) to the south-east;
                                           road 296 which runs south-east from Osizweni and on to
                                            road 38 to Dannhauser (linking the satellites of
                                            Naasfarm, Thirst and Kilkeel to Dannhauser) or
                                            alternatively on to Flint, road 240 and then road 272 to
                                            Dundee to the south; and
                                           road 205-2 which runs from the N11 in a westerly
                                            direction and links through to road 39 to the north of the
                                            municipal area.

                   Desired Patterns of Land Use:

                       Conservation Areas:

                                     KZN Wildlife: The only formally protected area is the
                                     Chelmsford Nature Reserve, located around the Ntshingwayo
                                     Dam in the north-western part of the municipality.
                                     Important Landscapes, Ecosystems and Communities
                                     and Species Sites: There are numerous areas in the
                                     municipality which have a high conservation value. They
                                     include:
                                                  Important Landscapes (portions of the high lying
                                                   areas along the western and southern boundary
                                                   of the municipality);
                                                  Important Species Sites (namely the wetlands
                                                   and linkages between them - which provide a
                                                   habitat for important birds such as the

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                                                    Whitewinged Flufftail; threatened plants in the
                                                    high lying areas; and the grasslands around
                                                    Chelmsford for endemic bird species); and
                                                   Important Ecosystems and Communties (namely
                                                    Adcocks Veld Type 666 and Important Mammals
                                                    in the Chelmsford Nature Reserve; wetlands
                                                    [e.g. Paddavlei in the south-central part of the
                                                    municipality]; forest patches on the escarpment;
                                                    and Medicinal Plants in the Grassland areas).

                       Commercial Agriculture:

                             Extensive Grazing: These are areas where natural grasslands are
                             used for animal grazing. The areas that are suitable for extensive
                             grazing are largely confined to the restricted and very restricted, and
                             low and very low potential, bioresource units (BRUs) in the municipal
                             area. They include the following areas:
                                          E3: Central Areas (beef farming; limited maize and
                                           peanuts; soils have drainage problems along the river;
                                           moderate potential BRUs);
                                          E5: (beef farming; sheep farming; steep slopes;
                                           moderate potential BRUs); and
                                          E9: Emnambithi Rural (beef farming; game farming;
                                           moderate, restricted and low potential BRUs).

                             Forestry: These are areas which are used for timber production.
                             There are small pockets of high ground which are suited to forestry -
                             detailed impact assessments should be undertaken prior to any
                             forestry initiatives however. In the municipal area these areas are:
                                            F1: (high, moderate and restricted BRUs); and
                                            F4.

                             Mixed Farming: This includes cropping, horticulture and extensive
                             grazing. In the Dannhauser Municipal Area it includes those areas
                             where farmers mix the production of edible/saleable plants, flowers,
                             fruit and vegetables and use natural grasslands for animal grazing.
                                           The Mixed Farming areas are as follows:
                                            M5: Donkerhoek (dairy farming; beef farming; forestry
                                             [subject to environmental assessments]; moderate, good
                                             and restricted BRUs);
                                            M7: Chelmsford (maize farming; soya farming; dry bean
                                             farming; dairy farming; high potential BRUs);
                                            M8: De Waar (maize farming; soya farming; beef
                                             farming; high to moderate potential BRUs); and
                                            M9: Area to the west of Glencoe (maize farming; soya
                                             farming; dry bean farming; vegetable farming; beef
                                             farming; dairy farming; good potential BRUs).
                             Irrigated Cropping: Irrigated Cropping entails using land for the
                             production of edible or saleable plants with supplementary water.
                             Potential irrigation areas are identified on the Spatial Development
                             Framework Plan.
                                     It is noted that detailed investigations should be
                                     undertaken prior to the development of any irrigation
                                     schemes however (with attention being paid to water
                                     quality in particular).

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                                                    (Source: Department of Agriculture -
                             Cedara)

                       Rural Residential:

                             This land use occurs in the Traditional Authority area in the
                             north-eastern portion of the municipal area. It involves the
                             residential use of tribal land (and includes limited cropping and
                             grazing). It includes the following settlements and the lands
                             which surround them:

                                  Inverness;
                                  Eastbourne;
                                  Klipbank;
                                  Ntendeka;
                                  Uitkyk;
                                  Shepstone Lake;
                                  Rooipoort;
                                  Mieliebult;
                                  Naasfarm;
                                  Surrey;
                                  Springbok Laagte;
                                  Fairbreeze;
                                  Brakwater;
                                  Thirst;
                                  Cloneen;
                                  Greenock;
                                  Annandale;
                                  Annieville (Mdakane);
                                  Geduld;
                                  Clifton;
                                  Rutland;
                                  Cupar;
                                  Flint;
                                  Milford; and
                                  Nyanyadu.

                             Future residential (and associated social and economic)
                             development in these areas should be encouraged at the
                             satellites and strategic locations (intersections; along main
                             routes).

                       Urban Edge:

                             The urban edge is defined in order to prevent urban sprawl. In
                             the Dannhauser Municipal Area the urban edge comprises:

                             the boundary of the former Dannhauser TLC area;
                             the boundary of the former Hattingspruit TLC area; and
                             the developed portion of Durnacol.

                       Mining and Quarrying:


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                             This land use includes the use of land for purposes of
                             extracting, mining, winning or quarrying of raw material from the
                             ground (and includes buildings connected therewith).

                             Operational mines in the municipal area:
                                         Cambrian Dump;
                                         Springlake; and
                                         Spies Dump.
                             Non-operational mines and abandoned/liquidated mines (see below).

                   Interventions Areas:

                       Mine Rehabilitation: It is vital that non-operational mines be rehabilitated
                       once they have been closed (Durnacol) and that attention be given to
                       addressing problems associated with abandoned and liquidated mines:

                             Carnarvon Mine;
                             St Georges;
                             NNC No. 1;
                             NNC No. 2;
                             NNC No. 3; and
                             NNC No.4.

                       Special Environmental Management Area: The “Western Highlands” area
                       located in the foothills of the Drakensberg escarpment (in the western
                       portion of the municipal area) has been identified as a Special
                       Environmental Management Area due to its exceptional biodiversity value.
                       This area falls into the upper catchment of the uMzinyathi (Buffalo) River.

                       Tourism/Recreation Areas: These are areas where tourism, eco-tourism
                       and recreational ventures should be encouraged. They include:

                             the Chelmsford Nature Reserve;
                             the escarpment and water catchment areas in the western part of the
                             municipal area; and
                             traditional settlements and land uses.

                       Land Reform Areas: Additional “Rural Residential” areas are being created
                       through the land reform process. For example, approved projects are
                       underway at Alcockspruit/Kopje Alleen and Mossdale. These projects are
                       areas for special intervention in terms of planning, provision of services and
                       infrastructure and promotion of small scale farming activity.

                       In regard to new land reform projects, appropriate land needs to be
                       identified (within urban edges if possible if not associated with
                       commercial agriculture; and near to markets and transport routes if
                       associated with commercial agriculture).

                       Poverty Relief Area: The densely settled Traditional Authority area in the
                       north-eastern portion of the municipal area has high levels of poverty and
                       low levels of services and economic activity. Key areas of intervention
                       include:


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                             (1)      provision of infrastructural and social services;
                             (2)      support for LED (small scale agriculture and SMMEs); and
                        giving priority in terms of development projects.




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                        ORGANISATIONAL SCORECARD




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                                               ORGANISATIONAL SCORECARD: DANNHAUSER MUNICIPALITY

   KEY PERFORMANCE AREA                DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE                        KEY PERFORMANCE                    PERFORMANCE         MEASUREMENT
           (KPA)                                                                       INDICATOR (KPI)                     TARGET              SOURCE
INFRASTRUCTURE AND                    To ensure that all households       % of Households that have access to        > 1 000 households   Survey / Census
SERVICES                              within the municipal area are       potable water supply.                      by June 2005
                                      serviced in terms of water          % of Households that have access to at     > 1 000 households   Survey / Census
                                      provision and sanitation to at      least a VIP.                               by June 2005
                                      least those minimum levels          % of Households receiving a weekly         > 2 000 households   Survey / Census
                                      agreed to at the district level.    refuse collection service.                 by June 2005
                                      To facilitate the access of all     % of Household with an electricity         > 1 000 households   Survey / Census
                                      households within the municipal     connection.                                by June 2005
                                      area to energy services.
                                      To provide free basic levels of     % of Households earning less than          100 %                Departmental
                                      water and electricity to low        R1 100 per month who at present have                            Reporting
                                      income households.                  access to potable water who receive free
                                                                          basic water.
                                                                          % of Households earning less than          100 %                Departmental
                                                                          R1 100 per month who at present have                            Reporting
                                                                          access to electricity who receive free
                                                                          basic electricity.
                                      To avoid the deterioration of the   % of operating budget allocated to         10 %                 Financial Report
                                      existing infrastructural network    maintenance of existing infrastructure.
                                      through the undertaking of a        Extent of road network being resealed,     20km                 Departmental
                                      comprehensive maintenance           rehabilitated and repaired (measured in                         Reporting
                                      and upgrading programme.            km).
                                      To improve accessibility in rural   Length of new road constructed             20km                 Departmental
                                      areas and improve road linkages     (measured in km).                                               Reporting
                                      between urban and rural
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  KEY PERFORMANCE AREA                  DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE                          KEY PERFORMANCE                         PERFORMANCE           MEASUREMENT
           (KPA)                                                                          INDICATOR (KPI)                          TARGET                 SOURCE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                   To promote the economic             Number of jobs created through the                  250                 District Council
                                       development of the municipal        municipality‟s LED initiatives, including capital
                                       area through Local Economic         projects.
                                       Development (LED), thereby          Value of building plans passed per annum.           R500 000            Municipality
                                       facilitating job creation.          Value of new investment in municipal area.
                                                                           Number of new non-domestic service                  3                   Departmental
                                                                           connections.                                                            Reporting
                                       To ensure that the needs of the     Change in unemployment rate.                        Reduce by 2%        Survey / Census
                                       poor are taken into account and     No. of Ward meetings held
                                       are integrated into all facets of   % of Households earning less than R1 100            Reduce by 2%        Survey, Census,
                                       Council‟s activities.               per month.                                                              Bureau for Economic
                                                                                                                                                   Research
                                       To ensure that there is an          Number of Departments, Service Providers            100 %               Management Reports
                                       agreed approach and                 and Funders with whom the municipality has
                                       programme with key                  established lines of communication.
                                       stakeholders who are needed
                                       to implement the IDP
                                       To place all Council‟s              Formulate Environmental Management Plan.            To complete by      Management Reports
                                       developmental actions and                                                               June 2006
                                       decisions on a sound
                                       environmental footing.
                                       To establish an appropriate         % of municipal area covered by Planning             LUMS for entire     Management Reports
                                       Land Use Management System          Scheme and LUMS.                                    Municipal area by
                                       for the municipal area, which                                                           April 2006.
                                       prevents uncontrolled
                                       development and promotes
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  KEY PERFORMANCE AREA                   DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE                        KEY PERFORMANCE                    PERFORMANCE         MEASUREMENT
            (KPA)                                                                       INDICATOR (KPI)                      TARGET              SOURCE
SOCIAL SERVICES                        To decrease the levels of all        Reported incidents of violent crime over     Significant        SAPS
                                       crime and to encourage a sense       previous 12 months compared to Provincial    decrease over
                                       of security among residents of the   figures.                                     next 12 months.
                                       municipal area.
                                                                            Reported incidents of housebreaking and      Significant        SAPS
                                                                            theft over previous 12 months compared to    decrease over
                                                                            Provincial figures.                          next 12 months.
                                                                            Reported number of traffic accidents over    Significant        SAPS/Dept of
                                                                            previous 12 months compared to Provincial    decrease over      Transport
                                                                            figures.                                     next 12 months.
                                       To develop a co-ordinated local      HIV prevalence amongst antenatal woman       Significant        Dept of
                                       response to the HIV/AIDS             in municipality.                             decrease over      Health/Dannhauser
                                       pandemic.                                                                         next 12 months.    Municipality
                                                                            % of target population exposed to the AIDS   100 %              Dept of
                                                                            awareness programme.                                            Health/Dannhauser
                                                                                                                                            Municipality
                                                                            % of target population receiving treatment   100 %              Dept of
                                                                            through the AIDS treatment programme.                           Health/Dannhauser
                                                                                                                                            Municipality
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                   To ensure that the collection of     Debt Coverage as defined in the Municipal    To be determined   Financial Reports
                                       revenue is undertaken efficiently    Planning and Performance Management
                                       and to expand the Council‟s          Regulations (2001).
                                       revenue base.                        Outstanding Service Debtors To               To be determined   Financial Reports
                                                                            Revenue as defined in the Municipal
                                                                            Planning and Performance Management
                                                                            Regulations (2001).
                                                                            Cost Coverage as defined in the Municipal    To be determined   Financial Reports
                                                                            Planning and Performance Management
                                                                            Regulations (2001).
                                       To ensure that the municipality‟s    % of Capital Budget allocated to projects    90 %               Financial Reports
                                       programmes are aligned to the        identified in the IDP.
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   KEY PERFORMANCE AREA                  DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE                            KEY PERFORMANCE                   PERFORMANCE          MEASUREMENT
            (KPA)                                                                           INDICATOR (KPI)                      TARGET             SOURCE
INSTITUTIONAL                          To ensure that citizens are             Percentage satisfaction with municipal      To establish the     Survey
TRANSFORMATION                         satisfied with the quality of service   service provision.                          principles of
                                       provision from the municipality                                                     measurement
                                       and other service providers.                                                        system by
                                                                                                                           December 2005.
                                       To ensure that Council has              % of established posts that are filled.     80 % by December     Management
                                       sufficient institutional capacity and                                               2005                 Reports
                                       resources to meet the challenge         % of salaries and wages budget spent on     2%                   Management
                                       associated with its transformation      training.                                                        Reports
                                       into a developmental municipality       No. of people trained through Skills        Establish baseline   Management
                                                                               Development Programme                       and set target by    Reports
                                                                                                                           October 2005.
                                                                               Number of municipal employees involved in   40 by June 2006      Dept of Labour
                                                                               skills development programme.
                                                                               % employed in three highest level of        50 % by June 2005    Management
                                                                               management who are members of                                    Reports
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 KEY PERFORMANCE AREA                 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE                        KEY PERFORMANCE                          PERFORMANCE              MEASUREMENT
         (KPA)                                                                       INDICATOR (KPI)                            TARGET                   SOURCE
DEMOCRACY AND                      To improve internal communication.      Percentage satisfaction with internal        To have undertaken          Employee and
GOVERNANCE                                                                 communication processes.                     Employee Satisfaction       Councillor
                                                                                                                        Survey by December          Satisfaction Survey
                                                                                                                        2005
                                   To inform the public about              Report and newsletters.                      To continue to contribute   Customer
                                   development programmes and                                                           to DC Newsletter and to     Satisfaction
                                   projects and ensure that the public                                                  implement CCI.              Surveys
                                   is provided with an opportunity to
                                   respond, or contribute, to the
                                   various development initiatives and
                                   projects.
                                   To progressively facilitate the         To improve access to libraries, in           To establish baseline and   DC GIS
                                   provision of accessible, basic public   accordance with revised “Red Book”           set targets using the
                                   facilities and services throughout      guidelines.                                  District Council‟s GIS.
                                   the municipal area, in order to         To improve access to clinics, in             To establish baseline and   DC GIS
                                   provide “total living environments”     accordance with revised “Red Book”           set targets using the
                                   for residents.                          guidelines.                                  District Council‟s GIS.
                                                                           To improve access to sports facilities, in   To establish baseline and   DC GIS
                                                                           accordance with revised “Red Book”           set targets using the
                                                                           guidelines.                                  District Council‟s GIS.
                                                                           To improve access to community halls,        To establish baseline and   DC GIS
                                                                           in accordance with revised “Red Book”        set targets using the
                                                                           guidelines.                                  District Council‟s GIS.
                                   To actively pursue the provision of     No. of low income housing units              To formulate and adopt a    Departmental
                                   housing to all communities within       constructed.                                 housing plan by             Reporting
                                   the municipal area.                                                                  December 2005.
                                   To ensure that internal decision-       Average timespan between item being          30 days                     Management
                                   making processes are efficient and      tabled on an agenda and decision being                                   Reports
                                   effective.                              taken during the year.
                                                                           % attendance of Councillors at Council       100 % excluding leave of    Management
                                                                           and Council committee meetings.              absence                     Reports
                                                                           Implemented set of delegations of            To be in place by           Management
                                                                           authority.                                   September 2005.             Reports




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1. SOCIAL ANALYSIS
   1.1. THE 2001 CENSUS DATA
   The 2001 Census data indicates that the population of the Dannhauser Municipality
   has increased from 99 250 people in 1996, to 102 779 people in 2001.

    The population of Dannhauser is concentrated in the erstwhile Dannhauser and
    Hattingspruit TLC areas, along the R621 in the Milnedale settlement, as well as in
    the Tribal Authority areas to the north-east.

    Key demographic data relating to the municipality is summarised below:

                  TABLE A:          MUNICIPAL DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION

                                                       STATISTICS
                   Total Population                                                         102 779
                   Male                                                                48 659 (47%)
                   Female                                                              54 117 (53%)
                   Number of Households                                                      19 320
                   Household Size                                       1–4             9418 (49%)
                                                                        5–9             7729 (40%)
                                                                        > 10            2127 (11%)
                                                                  (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)


         The following summarises the situation:

                There are proportionately more females (53%) than males (47%) in the
                   municipality.
                Approximately 55% of the population are not in the economically active
                 age cohorts and are dependant on those that are employed or receiving
                 grants.
                Approximately 67% of the economically active population are
                   unemployed.
                Approximately half of households have less than 5 people in them.

    1.2. HIV/ AIDS GENERAL TRENDS
         The HIV/AIDS Programme was identified by Council as being a “non-core”
         programme during the 2002/3 financial year. The Process Plan accordingly
         noted that these three programmes would be prepared “as and when funds are
         made available to municipalities” (see Udidi, 2003, p.8). The District‟s IDP
         identifies several trends that will impact on the Dannhauser Municipality and
         which are summarised below.

         The District‟s IDP indicates that it has been reported that KwaZulu-Natal and
         Gauteng are the regions most affected by the Aids Pandemic, which is partly
         due to the high rates of urbanization and mobility amongst the residents of these
         provinces. The Town and Regional Planning Commission (2000) indicate that
         the seventh national HIV survey of women attending antenatal clinics of the
         public health services in South Africa in October/ November 1996 reported a

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         20% HIV rate, while in 1997, a higher rate of 26.92% was reported in KwaZulu-
         Natal. In 1998, this figure had increased to 32.5%. The South African insurance
         industry predicts that nationally by the end of 2025, about 5.5 million people will
         be living with HIV/ Aids (Town and Regional Planning Commission, 2000).

         Previous studies of the erstwhile uMzinyathi District (Metroplan, 1999), within
         which the Dannhauser Municipality falls, indicate that this pandemic is likely to
         have a profoundly negative impact on the district in the medium to long term -
         which will include the depletion of certain age groups more than others,
         particularly the economically active. It is therefore crucial to factor into planning
         exercises the potential impacts of the HIV/ Aids pandemic. For example, the
         epidemic will affect infrastructural planning by reducing the projected number of
         people thus reducing the demand on services as well as the ability for the
         municipality to recover costs for providing services.

    1.3. INCOME, POVERTY LEVELS & EMPLOYMENT

         Like the HIV/ Aids Programme, the Poverty Reduction Programme was identified
         by Council as being as a “non-core” programme (see Udidi, 2003, p.8). The
         Process Plan accordingly noted that this programme would be prepared “as and
         when funds are made available to municipalities”.

         The 2001 Census indicates the following:

                           TABLE B:          EMPLOYMENT STATUS

                            PERSONS                                     2001              1996
                            Employed                                       8 609             13 250
                            Unemployed                                    17 817             11 241
                            Not Economically Active                       30 294                  -
                            Total Labour Force                            26 426                  -
                                                                  (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)


                           TABLE C:          EMPLOYMENT PER SECTOR

                           Persons                                      2001              1996
                           Agriculture/Forestry/Fishing                        1278              694
                           Community/Social/Personal                           1347              1087
                           Construction                                        498               607
                           Electricity/Gas/Water                               103               146
                           Financial/Insurance/Real
                                                                               349               268
                           Estate/Business
                           Manufacturing                                       1454              1454
                           Mining/Quarrying                                    366               4256
                           Other                                                  0                 -
                           Private Households                                  1179              1552
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                           Transport/ Storage/
                                                                                405              516
                           Communication
                           Undetermined                                         518              2112
                           Wholesale/Retail                                    1112              800
                                                                  (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)


                           TABLE D:          OCCUPATIONS

                           Persons                                      2001              1996
                           Clerks                                               467              400
                           Craft/Trade                                         1272              2959
                           Elementary                                          3097              3711
                           Legislators/Senior Officials                         246              506
                           Unspecified/Not Economically
                                                                                  0                 -
                           Classified
                           Plant/Machine Operators                             1157              1358
                           Professionals                                        207              690
                           Service Workers                                      718              809
                           Agricultural/Fishery                                 367                 -
                           Technicians                                          628              257
                           Undetermined                                         448                 -
                                                                  (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)
                           TABLE E:          INCOME

                           Persons                                      2001              1996
                           None                                              84364            72643
                           R1 – 400                                            5486              1995
                           R401 - 800                                          8831           13235
                           R801 - 1600                                         1888              2369
                           R1601 - 3200                                        1224              1161
                           R3201 - 6400                                        588               1094
                           R6401 - 12800                                       228               262
                           R12801 - 25600                                       51                71
                           R25601 - 51200                                       25                19
                           R51201 - 102400                                      65                13
                           R102401 - 204800                                     24                  -
                           Over R204801                                           5                 -
                                                                  (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)


                           The above tables reveal the following:

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                           The dominant sectors in the municipality are Manufacturing
                            and Community and Social Services, Agriculture, and
                            Wholesale and Retail Trade.
                           The majority of the economically active population are
                            unemployed (67%).
                           32.6% of the economically active population are formally
                            employed.
                           Income levels in the municipality are generally low.
37% of residents are involved in elementary occupations, 16% in crafts and trades and
13% as plant and machine operators. Only 2% of residents are professionals.

2. PROVISION OF MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES
   2.1. FUEL FOR LIGHTING

                  The 2001 Census data indicates that 53% of the population make use of
                  candles for lighting, while 44% make use of electricity.

                           TABLE F:          FUEL FOR LIGHTING

                           Households                                    2001             1996
                           Electricity                                   8399             4598
                           Gas                                           107               121
                           Paraffin                                      367               571
                           Candles                                      10300             10169
                           Solar                                          37                -
                           Other                                         111                0
                                                                  (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)




    2.2. SOLID WASTE
        The 2001 Census indicates the majority of households (80%) make use of their
        own refuse sites to dispose of waste. Only 10% make use of municipal waste
        disposal services.

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                           TABLE G:          HOUSEHOLD SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL

                           Households                                    2001             1996
                           Munic Weekly                                         1953             1669
                           Munic Other                                           66               32
                           Communal Dump                                        126              219
                           Own Dump                                          15444            12470
                           No Disposal                                          1730             980
                                                                  (MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD, 2003)




    2.3. SANITATION

         The Census figures indicate that 66.7% of households make use of pit latrines,
         while only 17.1% make use of a flush or chemical toilet. This differs from the
         Amajuba DM as a whole where approximately 45% of the population make use
         of flush or chemical toilets.

                           TABLE H:          HOUSEHOLD SANITATION

                           Households                                    2001             1996
                           Flush Toilet                                         2074             1897
                           Flush septic tank                                    338                 -
                           Chemical toilet                                      890                 -
                           VIP                                                  1808                -
                           Pit latrine                                       12886            13082
                           Bucket latrine                                        74               44
                           None                                                 1251             446
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    2.4. WATER

         The 2001 Census indicates that about 85% of households in South Africa had
         access to clean piped water by October 2001. Of these households, just 32%
         had water in their dwellings and 29% in their yards.

                               The Census figures for Dannhauser indicate that about 14% of
                               households have piped water to their lots or within their
                               houses, and 40% are in proximity to a community stand pipe
                               or are within 200m of a standpipe. 33% make use of
                               boreholes, many of which may be seasonal. Approximately
                               13% of the population makes use of water from rivers, springs,
                               rainwater, etc.

                           TABLE I:          WATER PER HOUSEHOLD

                           Households                                   2001              1996
                           Dwelling                                            1542              1688
                           Inside Yard                                         1256              909
                           Community Stand                                     2496              4789
                           Community stand over 200m                           5197                 -
                           Borehole                                            6415              4854
                           Spring                                              552               2746
                           Rain Tank                                           124               208
                           Dam/Pool/Stagnant Water                             378                  -
                           River/Stream                                        790                  -
                           Water Vendor                                        177                  -
                           Other                                               393               273
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3. ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
   3.1. THE MUNICIPAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

       As part of the first round of the IDP preparation, an in-depth environmental
       analysis of the Dannhauser Municipal Area was undertaken. The purpose of the
       analysis was to ensure that the IDP Development Strategies and Projects took
       existing environmental problems, threats and risks into consideration, as well as
       environmental assets which required protection or controlled management. The
       analysis was based on desk-top work (i.e. on existing information contained in
       various reports), telephonic interviews with key interested and affected parties and
       data provided by KZN Wildlife.

                                The analysis is summarised below:

TABLE J:          ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
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                                                   ASSETS

 Chelmsford Nature Reserve                The 6 014ha reserve, located around the Ntshingwayo Dam in the
                                          north-western part of the municipality, is the only KZN Wildlife
                                          protected area in the Dannhauser Municipal Area.

 Important Landscapes                     There are portions of the high-lying areas along the western and
 (Map 5A, Annexure A of                   southern boundary of the municipality which have high conservation
 Comprehensive IDP document)              value. These escarpment areas form part of the upper catchment of
                                          the Ngagane River.

 Important Species Sites (threatened      In the Dannhauser Municipal area they include:
 plants; medicinal plants; and                 the wetlands and linkages between them (which provide a
 important mammals, birds,                      habitat for important birds such as the Whitewinged Flufftail -
 amphibians, reptiles, fish, freshwater         which is globally endangered);
 crustacea and invertebrates)                  threatened plants in the high-lying areas; and
 (Map 5B, Annexure A of                        the grasslands around Chelmsford (which provide a habitat for
 Comprehensive IDP document)                    most Southern African endemic bird species).

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 Important Ecosystems and                 In Dannhauser they include the following:
 Communities (wetlands, grasslands,           Acocks Veld Type 66 - Natal sour sandveld (which is endemic
 forests and vegetation communities)           to KwaZulu-Natal);
 (Map 5C, Annexure A of                       Important Mammals in the Chelmsford Nature Reserve (where
 Comprehensive IDP document)                   there is a high incidence of Red Data species);
                                              wetlands (including the Paddavlei in the south-central part of the
                                               municipality);
                                              forest patches on the escarpment (which are threatened by
                                               forest fires and uncontrolled wattle); and
                                              Medicinal Plants (bulbous species) in the Grassland areas - for
                                               which a sustainable growing and harvesting programme is
                                               required.

 PROBLEMS/THREATS/RISKS

 Lack of Institutional capacity           At present there is very limited institutional capacity within the
                                          municipality to undertake designated responsibilities in regard to
                                          environmental management.

 Lack of an Integrated Environmental      There is a need to establish an IEMP for the municipal area which
 Management Plan (IEMP)                   provides:
                                              a Statement on the Environment;
                                              key areas of intervention, policies and strategies; and
                                              a plan showing environmentally sensitive features and areas and
                                               areas to be set aside to conserve species and ecosystems and
                                               essential environmental resources.
                                          An IEMP would facilitate informed, environmentally conscious
                                          decision-making in the municipal area, as well as the conservation of
                                          areas of environmental significance.

 Lack of a Municipal Open Space               There is a need to formulate a clearly defined MOSS - for the
 System (MOSS)                                 protection of wetlands, associated streams, areas of natural
                                               beauty and sensitive areas such as around dams.
                                              The formal designation of such areas would allow for their
                                               maintenance and protection. The MOSS study should be
                                               incorporated into the abovementioned IEMP.

 Need to address mining related               Due to mining activities, the potential exists for the leaching of
 environmental issues                          toxic substances into the streams and rivers in the municipal
                                               area. It is vital that mines which have been closed are fully
                                               rehabilitated and that the effect of the mines on the water regime
                                               be monitored and that problems be remedied where necessary.
                                              Undermined areas have the potential for subsidence. They
                                               should be clearly identified, mapped and zoned appropriately.

 Need to address waste disposal               The Dannhauser landfill site is unregistered and not operating
 environmental issues                          satisfactorily. A new site needs to be developed.
                                              Littering is a problem throughout the municipal area and litter
                                               control programmes/ campaigns (in association with Community-
                                               based Organisations [CBOs] and Non-Government
                                               Organisations [NGOs] involved in environmental education
                                               programmes) need to be developed.

 Need for amenity and shelter planting        There is a need to formulate Amenity and Shelter Planting
 in high density residential areas             (“greening”) Programmes for the high density, low cost

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                                               residential areas within the municipality (e.g. Emafusini).
                                              The main aim would be to improve microclimates, beautify the
                                               areas and create employment opportunities.

 Need to address environmental                Environmental issues and impacts are often not addressed in
 issues/impacts related to                     development projects.
 development projects                         Certain legal procedures have to be followed in relation to
                                               activities listed (in terms of the Environment Conservation Act 73
                                               of 1989) as activities which may have a detrimental effect on the
                                               environment - including the construction/upgrading of: roads
                                               outside of planning scheme areas, structures associated with
                                               communication networks, reservoirs for public water supply,
                                               sewage treatment plants; as well as certain changes of land use
                                               (e.g. from agricultural to any other land use).

 Need to prevent water pollution              There is a need to protect water resources - as a means to
                                               prevent waterborne diseases and ensure an adequate supply of
                                               quality water for household consumption.
                                              Potential sources of water pollution include toxic leachates from
                                               mines, effluents from industries upstream of the municipal area
                                               and human waste from areas which lack a basic level of
                                               sanitation facilities.
                                              There is a need for the municipality to work in close association
                                               with government departments such as DWAF and the
                                               Department of Minerals and Energy, to ensure that water quality
                                               continues to be monitored on an ongoing basis and that there is
                                               appropriate post closure management of collieries.

 Need to mitigate risk of floods              No development should be allowed within the 1:50 year floodline
                                               areas - for safety reasons and for the protection of property.
                                               Such floodlines need to be indicated on all development layout
                                               plans (in addition, the National Water Act, No. 36 of 1998,
                                               requires that the 1:100 floodline be shown on all detailed layout
                                               plans).

                                              Buffer zones with a minimum width of 10m should be provided
                                               between the 1:50 year floodline and any proposed development
                                               - to ensure that no development has a direct impact on the
                                               natural flow of rivers and streams.
                                              Risk of floods could also be mitigated by the removal of alien
                                               invasive plants and their replacement with suitable, stabilising,
                                               alternative species (primarily indigenous species).

 Need to remove alien invasive plants         Such plants destroy biodiversity; consume valuable water
                                               resources; create soil erosion; contribute to flooding; and
                                               proliferate in disturbed, overgrazed areas.
                                              Programmes for the removal of alien vegetation need to be
                                               developed and implemented (e.g. at The Curragh in the
                                               Nyanyadu area and at Hattingspruit).

 Need to rehabilitate soil erosion            There is a need to protect and rehabilitate soil resources to
 areas                                         support a range of agricultural activities in the municipal area.
                                              Soil erosion could be mitigated by the removal of alien invasive
                                               plants and the rehabilitation of degraded areas (e.g. through
                                               public works programmes).
                                              Areas which require attention include Alleen 1 and 2, Uitkyk
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                                               South, Annieville, The Curragh, Kilkeel, Rutland and Clones.

 Need to promote environmental                There is a need to promote environmental awareness amongst
 awareness                                     both school children and adults (e.g. in regard to litter and soil
                                               erosion).
                                              Programmes need to be developed in association with
                                               government departments (e.g. the Department of Education and
                                               Culture, the Department of Agriculture and Environment Affairs
                                               and KZN Wildlife), as well as NGOs and the private sector.
                                                                          (Source:      Udidi, 2002, pp 43 – 46)
    3.2. THE DISTRICT’S ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR PLANS
        3.2.1. THE AMAJUBA STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (SEA)

                               A Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) was prepared
                               by the Amajuba DM as part of the 2002/3 IDP Review process.
                               The SEA is a tool for integrating environmental issues into the
                               formulation of plans and processes in the planning process.
                               The SEA identified, amongst others, the following:

                                   Guiding principles for development;
                                   An environmental analysis including the strengths, weaknesses,
                                    opportunities, and threats;
                                   A proposed vision;
                                   Future development objectives;
                                   Strategies; and
                                   Business Plans.

                               This report was prepared at a District level so as to minimize
                               duplication between the DM and the three LM‟s. Relevant
                               information can still be abstracted from the report and is
                               available from the District Municipality This document will act
                               as a guiding document to a local level SEA EMP to be
                               undertaken when funding can be obtained.

         3.2.2. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP)

                               An Environmental Management Plan (EMP) was prepared by
                               the Amajuba DM as part of the 2002/3 IDP Review process.
                               The EMP identified:

                                   A statement on the environment;
                                   An identification of key areas for intervention; and
                                   Policies and strategies linked to a spatial plan.

                               In terms of the “Key Management Areas”, the following were
                               identified:

                                   Wetlands;
                                   Streams and rivers;
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                                   Indigenous forests;
                                   Grasslands; and
                                   Wattled Crane nesting sites; and
                                   Oribi habitats.

                               Recommendations for the management of these areas are
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                              PROJECT PRIORITISATION




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            Prioritization tables
                                         PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND ASSESSMENT RATING

 NO.      CRITERIA                        4                                3                               2                                1
1      Economic             Project will encourage           Project will improve            Project will improve             Project will have little, or
       Development          capital investment by            Council‟s tax base and          Council‟s tax base or            no, local benefit.
                            public or private sector,        create job opportunities.       create job opportunities.
                            improve job opportunities
                            and increase Council‟s tax
                            base.
2      Impact and benefit   Between 50 and 100% of           Between 25 and 50 % of          Between 5 and 25 % of            Less than 5 % of the
       to community         the population or all            the population or more          the population or one            population could benefit
                            Council‟s Departments            than one Department             Department could benefit         from the project.
                            could benefit from the           could benefit from the          from the project.
                            project.                         project.
3      Basic socio-         Project provides for the         Project provides for            Project provides for             Project does not meet any
       economic needs       most basic needs (shelter,       improvement to higher           improving comfort,               particular need of the
                            services) of communities         standards of existing           entertainment or general         communities in need.
                            in need (poor, disabled,         basic facilities and            amenity of communities in
                            aged etc.).                      services to communities         need.
                                                             in need.
4      Human Resource       Project implementation           Project implementation          Project implementation           Project implementation
       Development          will increase number of          will increase number of         will increase number of          will not effect number of
                            jobs and also the level of       jobs or level of training to    jobs or level of training        jobs, nor the level of
                            training of local people.        local people.                   mostly for external              training.
                                                                                             people.
5      Urgency              If project not started within    If project not started within   If project not started within    No measurable
                            first year of programme it       second year of                  third year of programme,         consequences if project is
                            will have severe adverse         programme, it will have         it will have severe              not started in the next
                            consequences.                    severe adverse                  adverse consequences.            three years of
                                                             consequences.                                                    programme.
6      Intensity of Use     Project will be used             Project will be used            Project will be used             Project will be used less
                            throughout the year for          between 250 and 264             between 150 and 250              than 150 days a year.
                            365 days.                        days a year.                    days a year.
7      Pre-requisites and   Project is essential for         Project will improve a          Project has indirect             No direct linkages with
       linkages             providing a base, or to          base and build capacity         benefit for linkages.            other projects.
                            build capacity for another       for linkages.
                            project. Project is a
                            catalyst.
8      Availability of      External finance will            External finance available,     Potential for external           No external finance exists
       external funding     probably be sufficient to        will probably fund at least     finance exists and has           or it exists but it has not
                            cover total project cost.        50 % of project but project     been applied for.                been applied for.
                                                             will be jointly funded by
                                                             Council.
9      Effect on            The project will result in       There will be no or a           Increases arising from           Significant increases will
       Operating Budget     an effective decrease in         minimal effect on               capital charges will only        be incurred from an
                            operating budget.                operating budget as a           be incurred on the               ongoing liability for
                                                             result of project.              operating budget as a            operating expenditure as
                                                                                             result of project.               a result of project.
10     Extent of public     Public has demonstrated          Project introduced by           Public support for project       No obvious or implicit
       support              a widespread and strong          Councillors to address          is implicit and the              expression of support for
                            desire for Council to            needs identified by             community is likely to be        the project.
                            undertake project by             constituent communities         aggrieved if the project is
                            means of surveys, public         or by Council staff in          not carried out.
                            meetings, petitions or           public participation
                            other clear indications.         exercises.
11     Health or safety     Project is needed to             Project is needed to            Project will maintain or         No health or safety
       hazard               alleviate an existing            alleviate a potential health    promote health or safety.        impact.
                            health or safety hazard.         or safety hazard.
12     Preservation of      Project is critical to protect   Project is needed for           Project will improve asset       No existing asset or
       assets or services   the structure or integrity of    repair or replacement of        or service or deter future       service is involved.
                            an existing Council asset        an existing Council asset       deterioration and
                            or service.                      to ensure efficient             expenditure.
                                                             municipal operations.

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      Criteria Weight Table

           NO.                      CRITERIA                      CRITERIA WEIGHT
       1           Economic Development                                              0.5
       2           Impact and Benefit to Community                                  0.63
       3           Basic Socio-economic Needs                                       0.81
       4           Human Resource Development                                        0.5
       5           Urgency                                                            1
       6           Intensity of Use                                                 0.81
       7           Pre-requisites and Linkages                                      0.69
       8           Availability of external funding                                   1
       9           Effect on Operating Budget                                       0.94
       10          Extent of Public Support                                          0.5
       11          Health or Safety Hazard                                            1
       12          Preservation of Assets or Services                                 1


      Category Weight Table

           NO.              PROJECT CATEGORY                      CATEGORY WEIGHT
       1           Land Reform                                                       0.8
       2           Land Use Management                                              0.59
       3           Environmental Management                                         0.56
       4           Water                                                              1
       5           Sanitation                                                       0.98
       6           Roads and Stormwater                                              0.8
       7           Electricity                                                      0.65
       8           Telecommunications                                                0.5
       9           Solid Waste                                                      0.76
       10          Transport                                                        0.67
       11          Cemeteries                                                        0.8
       12          Agriculture                                                      0.76

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         NO.                PROJECT CATEGORY                      CATEGORY WEIGHT
       13          Tourism                                                       0.59
       14          Industry                                                      0.59
       15          Commerce / Business                                           0.65
       16          SMMEs                                                         0.67
       17          Health                                                        0.96
       18          Education                                                     0.93
       19          Welfare and Poverty Relief                                    0.94
       20          Community Facilities                                          0.81
       21          Housing                                                       0.89
       22          Sports and Cultural                                           0.59
       23          Safety and Security                                           0.72
       24          Strategic Planning                                            0.81
       25          Enabling Environment                                             0.8
       26          Training and Capacity Building                                0.78
       27          Communications                                                0.76
       28          Public Works                                                  0.65




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