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					DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING


  PRESENTATION TO THE
PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE FOR
      HOUSING - 2005

 BUDGET 2005/06 TO 2007/08
  STRUCTURE OF THE PRESENTATION




1. Budget overview
2. Key activities and Budget per Programme
3. Conclusion
        BUDGET OVERVIEW
       Programme           2005/06     2006/07     2007/08
1 Administration              83,737      92,246     97,948
2 Policy Planning and        24,634      26,112      27,418
  Research
3 Programme Management       95,061      69,893      96,887
4 Housing Sector            130,607     190,258     211,620
  Performance
5 Housing Equity              5,949       6,306       6,621
6 Housing Development      4,851,724   5,668,648   6,927,081
  Funding
Total                      5,191,712   6,053,463   7,367,575
Net Increase to baseline     19,629     569,535    1,609,451
               BUDGET OVERVIEW
            BUDGET ALLOCATION FOR 2005/06 FINANCIAL YEAR




                                                           2.52%




93.45%                                 1.83%
                                                                   0.11%


                              6.55%
                                               0.47%        1.61%




    1 Administration                  2 Policy Planning and Research
    3 Programme Management            4 Housing Sector Performance
    5 Housing Equity                  6 Housing Development Funding
                  BUDGET OVERVIEW
• Additional funding:
  – R50 million in 2005/06 for institutional reform , capacity building
    and accreditation activities

  – Decrease of R28,8m as a result of transfer of Loans for the
    previous Housing Boards

  – R600 million in 2006/07 (R500 million for various aspects of the
    new plan, R50 million for institutional reform and capacity
    building and R50 million for finalising the portfolio of Servcon
    Housing Solutions)

  – R1,6 billion 2007/08 (R1,5 billion for various aspects of the new
    plan, R80 million for institutional reform , capacity building and
    accreditation activities, and R60 million for Servcon).
                           BUDGET OVERVIEW
                                   Analysis of transfer payments
                                                          2004/05        2005/06        Deviation
                                                           R'000          R'000          R'000
Programme 2: Policy Planning
 Habitat Foundation                                                 65             69               4

Programme 3: Programme management
 First-time home buyer interest subsidy scheme                4,228            411          (3,817)
 Human Settlement Redevelopment Programme                   115,540         24,396         (91,144)

Programme 4: Housing Performance
 NHFC                                                              1              1               0
 SERVCON                                                     37,166         55,879          18,713
 Social Housing Foundation                                   15,347         18,118           2,771
 NURCHA                                                       3,034               0         (3,034)
 People Housing partnership Trust                                 1          5,000           4,999

Programme 6: Housing Development funding
 Interest and redemption of private loans                    28,800              -         (28,800)
 SA Housing Fund                                          4,473,597      4,843,480         369,883

TOTAL                                                     4,677,779      4,947,354         269,575
                                   BUDGET OVERVIEW
                             Transfer Payment allocation for 2005/06




                                                                 0.00%          0.80%




                                                                                        0.33%
             96.29%                            3.71%
                                                                                         0.00%
                                                                                         0.00%

                                                         2.49%                           0.09%




Habitat Foundation                                First-time home buyer interest subsidy scheme
Human Settlement Redevelopment Grant              NHFC
SERVCON                                           Social Housing Foundation
People Housing partnership Trust                  Integrated Housing and human Settlement Development Grant
PROG 1: ADMINISTRATION
                            BUDGET SUMMARY
Subprogramme                       Expenditure outcome                           Medium-term expenditure estimate

                         Audited       Audited     Preliminary        Adjusted
                                                    outcome       appropriation
R thousand              2001/02      2002/03     2003/04          2004/05       2005/06     2006/07     2007/08
Minister                       745         1,876          2 602           791           843         898         942
Management                   2,796         4,264          3 751         7,727         5,622     5 959         6,257
Corporate Services          41,030        33,413         41 665        70,762       77,272     85 389       90,749
Sector Education and            31           –                –      –                 –           –           –
Training Authority
Total                       44,602       39,553          48 018        79,280       83,737      92,246      97,948
Change to 2004 Budget                                                  12,447        7,000       7,350       8,807
        BUDGET SUMMARY
        Programme 1: Administration
           Allocation for 2005/06




                                      Minister
6.72%                  92.34%         Management
0.95%                                 Corporate Services
             PROG 1: ADMINISTRATION
• Purpose is to provide strategic leadership and administrative and management
  support services to the department. Promote and facilitate the flow of information
  between the department and its stakeholders.

• The key strategic objectives include the following

    – Provision of strategic corporate communication services to all stakeholders;

    – Provision of Strategic Financial Management Services;

    – Provision of Corporate Services (such as HRM, Transport, Security and IT) to
      ensure corporate efficiently;

    – Provision of strategic support services for the Minister and Accounting Officer;

    – Implementation of the department's anti corruption initiative and investigative
      programme.
                     BUDGET OVERVIEW
• MTEF Allocation:
   –   2005/06 – R83,737,000;
   –   2006/07 – R92,246,000; and
   –   2007/08 – R97,948,000.

• A real average increase over the MTEF at 7,3 %

• Increase over MTEF mainly as a result of the increase in staff
  component for enhanced service delivery and aligning of functions to
  strategic objectives

• This include the expansion of the Director-General office and the
  creation of security function.
PROG 2: POLICY PLANNING AND
          RESEARCH
     PROG 2: POLICY PLANNING AND
               RESEARCH

                   PURPOSE

• To develop sound national human settlement and
  housing policies, supported by research and
  underpinned by an appropriate legislative
  framework
           Key Measurable Objectives
• Develop and manage sustainable human
  settlement policy
• Promote and maintain human settlement
  integration
• Establish effective national housing policy and
  strategy
• Develop, coordinate and monitor the
  implementation of housing framework legislation
              STRUCTURE
• Human Settlement Policy and Integration
  focuses on sustainable urban and rural human
  settlement development policy and is
  responsible for international cooperation on
  human settlement policy.
• National Housing Policy and Strategy develops
  national housing policy and strategies. It also
  maintains the national housing code, manages
  the integrated multi-year housing development
  plans, and guides the design of appropriate
  institutional frameworks for implementing
  housing policy and strategy.
                STRUCTURE


• Housing Framework Legislation drafts housing
  legislation required to implement approved policy
  and strategies monitors the implementation of
  housing legislation and assesses the impact of
  other legislation on the housing function.
                              BUDGET SUMMARY

Subprogramme                    Expenditure outcome                      Medium-term expenditure estimate
                           Audited Audited Preliminary         Adjusted
                                                outcome    appropriation
R thousand                2001/02 2002/03 2003/04            2004/05     2005/06    2006/07    2007/08
National Housing Policy       2,275     3,222        4,841         6 312      6,789      7,289       7,653
and Strategy
Housing Framework              763      1,747       1,572          3 130      3,306       3,493      3,668
Legislation
Human Settlement Policy       2,565     3,204       3,367          7 976      9,544     10,057      10,560
and Integration
Research                          –         –       1,299          4,656      4,926      5,200       5,460
Contributions                    48        58          61             65         69         73          77
Total                         5,651     8,231      11,140         22,139     24,634     26,112      27,418
            BUDGET SUMMARY
         Programme 2: Policy Planning and Research
                  Allocation for 2005/06



             0.28%
20.00%
                          27.56%
                                           National Housing Policy and
                                           Strategy
                                           Housing Framework
                                           Legislation
                                           Human Settlement Policy
                                           and Integration
                                           Research

                           13.42%
                                           Contributions
38.74%
    KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
HUMAN SETTLEMENT POLICY AND
 INTEGRATION:
• Housing land policy – Dec 2005
• Guidelines for farm worker housing – July 2005
• Densification, integration and inner city renewal
  programme – Sept 2005
• Aligning IDPs and housing sector plans – July
  2005
• Energy efficient housing – July 2005
          KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
NATIONAL HOUSING POLICY AND STRATEGY:

• Special Housing needs assistance policy – April 2006
• Medium density housing policy investigation – July 2005
• Developing guidelines for sustainable housing development – by
  revising the National Housing Code – October 2005
• Revisit rural subsidy programme – April 2006
• Back yard rental policy intervention – April 2006
• Guidelines for informal settlement pilot projects – June 2005
• New housing typologies and designs – April 2006
    KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
FRAMEWORK LEGISLATION :

• Social Housing Act – Dec 2005
• Regulations to the Social Housing Act – Feb
  2006
• Less Formal Township Establishment Act –
  Dec 2005
        KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
• FRAMEWORK LEGISLATION :
• Amendments to various Acts administered by the Department in
  accordance with need and in order to achieve the following:-
      - An efficient and implementable Housing Act that complies
       with DORA and PFMA – Dec 2005
       - An equitable PIE Act that is constitutional and unambiguous
       and allows for the orderly eviction of unlawful occupiers –
       August 2005
       - An efficient Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act
       that is unambiguous and serves the interests of housing
       consumers – Dec 2005
       - An efficient and implementable Rental Housing Act that
       gives Rental Housing Tribunals the power to enforce their
       rulings – April 2006
   CHIEF DIRECTORATE RESEARCH

The Research sub-programme initiates, undertakes
and manages research on human settlements and
housing.
     STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE RESEARCH

• To establish internal and external research networks and foster a
  research culture within the Department to progressively improve
  the relevance, alignment, quality, and usefulness of research
  activities so that the Department is able to maintain a leading role
  in national, and international, debates around human settlements
  and influence practice to more efficiently and effectively fulfil the
  housing mandate.
      KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
PRODUCE RESEARCH ON:
  – Informal settlement upgrading and support
  – Promoting alternative technologies and improved
    housing design
  – Level of socio-economic and ethnic integration in SA
  – International experience in densification and integration
• Holding of an international research seminar on
  Human Settlements – Mid 2005
PROG 3: PROGRAMME
   MANAGEMENT
            PROGRAMME 3 : PROGRAMME
                 MANAGEMENT
• Purpose
  – Manage National Housing and Human Settlement Programmes to
    enable, support and promote the implementation of projects


• Measurable Objectives
  – Increase access to and improve the delivery of adequate housing in
    sustainable Human Settlements by effectively providing officials,
    structures and systems with knowledge, skills, guidance and
    funding
                                BUDGET SUMMARY

Subprogramme                     Expenditure outcome                      Medium-term expenditure
                                                                                 estimate
                           Audited     Audited  Preliminary   Adjusted
                                                 outcome appropriation
R thousand                 2001/02 2002/03     2003/04       2004/05    2005/06 2006/07 2007/08
National Housing Subsidy      1,616      3,826         3,573      4,896    7,795    8,563   8,991
Scheme
Capacity Building              1,864      2,460      3,145      18,271   59,169     57,557    83,934
Special Programmes          247,593     181 784    109 927     117 882   27,686      3,773     3,962
Support
Phasing Out of Subsidy         8,009      4 847        1 576      928       411          –          –
Programmes
Total                       259,082     192,917    118,221     141,977    95,061     69,893    96,887
Change to 2004 Budget estimate                                 -10,500   -65,376   -100,170   -81,679
         BUDGET SUMMARY
         Programme 3: Programme Management
                Allocation for 2005/06



            0.43%   8.20%



29.12%
                                        National Housing Subsidy
                                        Scheme
                                        Capacity Building

                                        Special Programmes
                                        Support
                                        Phasing Out of Subsidy
                                        Programmes


                            62.24%
                 BUDGET OVERVIEW
• MTEF allocation:

   – 2005/06 – R95,061,000;
   – 2006/07 – R69,893,000; and
   – 2007/08 – R96,887,000.

• Reason for fluctuation over MTEF is due to the integration of the
  Human Settlement Redevelopment Programme grant into the
  Integrated Housing and Human Settlement Development Grant.

• Commitments on projects for 2005/06 amounts to R24,395,000

• Additional funding for capacity building
           KEY DELIVERABLES : 2005/06
• “OLD BUSINESS”
 – Enhanced Phasing Out Programme (March 2006)
 – First Time Home Buyers Interest Subsidy Scheme
   (Monthly)
 – NHBRC Warranty Cover (October 2005)
 – Human Settlement Redevelopment Programme
   (Monthly)
 – Presidential Pilot Project on Rental Housing
   (Monthly/Ongoing)
                OLD BUSINESS (CONT)

  –   Housing Professional Body (Dec 2005)
  –   Housing Practitioners Skills Audit (Oct 2005)
  –   Consumer Education (Roll-out : May 2005)
  –   Housing Policy Workshops/seminars (Continuously)
  –   Accredited train-the-trainer programme (March 2006)
• –   Housing Education and Training Standards (March 2006)
                  “NEW BUSINESS”
• New Procurement Regime (Oct 2005)
•  Rural Housing enhancement (Dec 2005)
•  Guidelines for new subsidy bands (Dec 2005)
• Accreditation : Framework and Promotion
  (Ongoing)
• EPWP : Regulating Framework (Completed)
• Rectification of houses : pre/post 1994 (Post :
  completed)
  (Pre- Oct 2005)
             NEW BUSINESS (CONT)
•  HIV/AIDS assistance programme (March 2005)
•  New Hostels Programme (Dec 2005)
• Farmworker Housing guidelines (March 2005)
•  New PHP guidelines (Nov 2005)
•  Guidelines for a phased development approach (Oct
  2005)
• Framework for social/econ amenities (Completed)
• Alignment of infrastructure policy (Ongoing with
  sector Depts)
              NEW BUSINESS (CONT)
• Training Programme for Accreditation (Ongoing)
• Social/Econ facilities training/awareness (June
  2005)
• Informal Settlement Capacity building (Ongoing)
• Roll out of Consumer Education Strategy (May
  2005)
• Training/Capacity Building Programmes
  – Social Housing (May 2005)
  – Phasing Out (March 2006)
  – Procurement (Jan 2006)
PROVINCIAL ALLOCATION (HSRDP)
         PROVINCE     2005/06
                       R`000
      EASTERN CAPE
      FREE STATE         9,475
      GAUTENG            4,129
      KWAZULU-NATAL
      LIMPOPO            1,418
      MPUMALANGA
      NORTHERN CAPE
      NORTH WEST
      WESTERN CAPE       9,373
      TOTAL             24,395
PROG 4: HOUSING SECTOR
    PERFORMANCE
      PROG 4: HOUSING SECTOR PERFORMANCE
• Purpose:
  – Monitor the performance and assesses the impact of
    housing delivery, manages housing information, and
    monitors and analyses the impact of government’s
    housing policy and programmes on the construction
    sector, the financial sector and the economy, and the
    housing institutions.
           STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

• To monitor, evaluate and assess:
   – The implementation, performance and impact of
     Government’s national housing programmes;
   – The impact th1ereof on the construction sector;
   – The oversight management of the Housing Support
     Institutions; and
   – The provision of IT systems and its management in
     relation to the distribution of housing subsidies
                               STRUCTURE

• There are five subprogrammes:
   – Policy and Programme Monitoring assesses the implementation of national
     housing policy and programmes, and the impact of these on beneficiaries, the
     environment and the roles of the three spheres of government.
   – Information Management maintains national housing databases and
     information systems.
   – Industry Analysis and Development Finance monitors and analyses the impact
     of government’s housing policy and programmes on the construction sector, the
     financial sector and the economy.
   – Housing Institutions monitors the performance of the following housing
     institutions: National Housing Finance Corporation, Servcon Housing Solutions
     (Pty) Ltd, Peoples’ Housing Partnership Trust, Social Housing Foundation,
     National Home Builders’ Registration Council, Thubelisha Homes, National
     Urban reconstruction and Housing Agency, and the Rural Housing Loan Fund.
                 SUB PROG : INFORMATION
                      MANAGEMENT
• Strategic Objective: To provide human settlement
  information to support Government’s housing provision
  process
• Deliverables MTEF:
   – Manage and maintain housing information systems
   – (HSS, HUIS, NHSDB); (4 quarterly reports)
   – Maintains an effective library and Information resource centre;
   – Implement the IT infrastructure required to link DOH and PHD
     with accredited Metropolitans and and municipalities
   – Maintain highest data quality to ensure accuracy of reporting and
     data usage.
    SUB PROG : POLICY AND PROGRAMME
                MONITORING
• Strategic Objective: To monitor, evaluate and assess the
  implementation, progress and impact of national as well as
  entrepreneurial development and job creation programmes
• Deliverables MTEF:
   – Develop monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment system
     based on the BNG; (4 reports)
   – Maintain regular publications of housing delivery information to
     advise all stakeholders in housing; (4 publication per issue p.a)
   – Provide direct oversight of project implementation at Provincial
     and local levels, through regular deployment of staff. (continuous)
   – Attend to all beneficiary/ community concerns about
     implementation of projects, and other housing related problems
     experienced by citizens (continuous)
     SUB PROG : INDUSTRY ANALYSIS
• Strategic Objective : To monitor and evaluate Government’s
  programmes in the construction sector, accessibility of
  development finance and impact of economic indicators
• Deliverables MTEF:
    – Effective monitoring of the construction sector, quality of
       houses, alternative building technologies and capacity;
    – Monitor and evaluate the housing finance sector,
       effectiveness of housing finance products and the impact of
       the economy on the housing sector;
    – Liaise with all major industry player and material suppliers
SUB PROG : HOUSING INSTITUTIONS

– Monitor the performance of Housing Support Institutions against
  the BNG Housing Plan, founding mandates and products offered
– Ensure that all institution do submit budgets for approval by
  Minister not alter than October of each financial year in line with
  PFMA (October 2005)
– Ensure that all institution do submit Corporate Plans for approval
  by Minister not later than March of each financial year in line with
  PFMA (March 2006)
– Ensure that all institution operate within approved business
– Ensure that all four reports from institutions are submitted to
  Minister (June ’05, September ’05, December ’05, March ’06)
                           BUDGET SUMMARY

Subprogramme                       Expenditure outcome                       Medium-term expenditure
                              Audited Audited Preliminary         Adjusted
                                                   outcome    appropriation
R thousand                    2001/02 2002/03       2003/04     2004/05     2005/06 2006/07 2007/08
Policy and Programme             2,309     6,020        4,130         7,348    6,577   6,749     7,086
Monitoring
Information Management           16,794    17,848     18,117        25,166    37,331    42,658    49,141
Industry Analysis and             1,234     2,188      2,862         3,478     5,681     5,450     5,723
Development Finance
Housing Institutions                  –         –          –         1,304     2,020     1,963     2,061
Contributions                   137,546   111,853     70,613        61,637    78,998   133,438   147,609
 Total                          157,883   137,909     95,722        98,933   130,607   190,258   211,620
 Change to 2004 Budget estimate                                      6,693     8,729    61,335    76,251
         BUDGET SUMMARY
         Programme 4: Housing Sector Performance
                  Allocation for 2005/06



                  5.04%



                                            Policy and Programme
                                            Monitoring
                               28.58%       Information Management

                                            Industry Analysis and
                                            Development Finance
                                            Housing Institutions
60.49%

                                            Contributions
                              4.35%

                            1.55%
             BUDGET OVERVIEW

• MTEF allocation
  – 2005/06 – R130,607,000;
  – 2006/07 – R190,258,000; and
  – 2007/08 – R211,620,000 million.
• Average increase of 22% over the MTEF
• Mainly as a result of increases in allocation to
  SERVCON as a result of SERVCON concluding its
  work.
• Fairly stable over MTEF period
PROG 5: HOUSING EQUITY
             PROG 5: HOUSING EQUITY

• Purpose:
  – To promote and support the creation of a properly
    functioning single residential property market
                            BUDGET SUMMARY



Subprogramme                       Expenditure outcome                        Medium-term expenditure
                              Audited Audited Preliminary         Adjusted
                                                   outcome    appropriation
R thousand                    2001/02 2002/03       2003/04     2004/05     2005/06 2006/07 2007/08
Office of Disclosure                 –        36          618         3,612    5,949     6,306     6,621
Total                                –        36          618         3,612    5,949     6,306     6,621
Change to 2004 Budget estimate                                       -2,000        –         –         –
            BUDGET OVERVIEW

• MTEF allocation:
  – 2005/06 – R5,949,000;
  – 2006/07 – R6,306,000; and
  – 2007/08 – R6,621,000.
• Average increase of 5% over MTEF
            STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

• To promote transformation in financial services
  associated with housing finance to low to medium
  income households;
• To facilitate and ensure the availability and
  accessibility of affordable housing finance
  instruments/products and savings schemes to low to
  medium income households.
            STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
                          ( continued )

• To identify possible discriminatory lending patterns
  in housing finance to low to medium income
  households by implementing the Home Loan and
  Mortgage Disclosure Act.
• To monitor that financial institutions meet the
  targets they set in terms of the financial services
  sector charter.
             MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES

• Engage with financial institutions to :
   – ensure that they transform the way in which they engage with the
     target market ( immediate and on-going )
   – develop affordable housing finance instruments ( 31st December
     2005 )
   – Explore risk sharing mechanisms to enable mobilising credit at
     scale ( 31st December 2005 )
   – Identify and resolve impediments to a properly functioning
     property market ( immediate and on-going )
   – ensure appropriate consumer education programmes (31st August
     2005 )
   – ensure expanding points of representation ( 31st December 2005 )
          MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
                          ( continued )


• finalise and gazette regulations to implement the
  Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Act (31th
  August 2005);
• receive, capture & analyse information disclosed by
  financial institutions (31st December 2005);
• submit annual reports to Minister and other
  stakeholders. (31st March 2006 )
PROG 6: HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
           FUNDING
   PROG 6: HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUNDING
• Housing Development Funding manages the funding of
  national housing programmes.
• The programme comprises three sub-programmes:
  –   Fund Management administers payments of the conditional grant
      to provinces.
  –   Integrated Housing and Human Settlement Development Grant
      reflects the conditional grant allocation that is transferred to
      provinces
  –   Interest and Redemption on Private Loans administered the
      interest payments on liabilities held by the National Housing
      Development Board and the SA Housing Trust, all of which have
      been transferred to National Treasury.
                              BUDGET SUMMARY

Subprogramme                      Expenditure outcome                         Medium-term expenditure estimate

                             Audited     Audited Preliminary      Adjusted
                                                  outcome     appropriation
 R thousand                  2001/02   2002/03     2003/04      2004/05        2005/06     2006/07     2007/08
Fund Management                      –     5,715        6,619         7,243        8,244       8,700       9,135
Integrated Housing and       3,225,958 3 800 674    4 246 239    4,473,597     4,843,480   5,659,948   6,917,946
Human Settlement
Development Grant
Interest and Redemption on     28,064      28,095       27,804           –            –           –           –
Private Loans
 Total                       3,254,022   3,834,484   4,280,662    4,480,840    4,851,724   5,668,648   6,927,081
 Change to 2004 Budget                                              -28,800       69,276     601,020   1,606,072
estimate
     BUDGET SUMMARY
Programme 6: Housing Development Funding
          Allocation for 2005/06


       0.17%




                                  Fund Management



                                  Integrated Housing and
                                  Human Settlement
                                  Development Grant



      99.83%
            BUDGET OVERVIEW

• MTEF allocation:
  – 2005/06 – R4,851,724,000;
  – 2006/07 – R5,668,648,000; and
  – 2007/08 – R6,927,081,000.
• Accounts for the bulk of the department’s
  expenditure
• Average increase of 15,6% over MTEF
               BUDGET OVERVIEW
• The Integrated Housing and Human Settlement
  Development Grant is the amalgamation of aspects
  of the Human Settlement Redevelopment (which
  previously fell under Programme Management) the
  previous Housing Subsidy conditional grants;
• To accommodate the funding required for
  implementing the new comprehensive plan for the
  development of sustainable human settlements;
• Will in the first year fund the current business and
  new pilot projects across the country;
         KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF

• Transfer of funds according to payment schedule;
• Monitoring of expenditure on provincial & local
  authority level;
• Amending Housing subsidy grant framework;
• To provide a effective and efficient debtor system.
 PROVINCIAL ALLOCATIONS (IHHSDG)
   PROVINCE     2005/06     2006/07    2007/08
                 R`000       R`000      R`000
EASTERN CAPE     581,218     679,194    830,154
FREE STATE        398,618     465,814   569,347
GAUTENG         1,340,676   1,566,674 1,914,887
KWAZULU-NATAL     799,659     934,457 1,142,153
LIMPOPO           397,650     464,682   567,963
MPUMALANGA        321,123     375,255   458,660
NORTHERN CAPE      79,917      93,389   114,146
NORTH WEST        467,880     546,751   668,274
WESTERN CAPE      456,740     533,733   652,362
TOTAL           4,843,481   5,659,948 6,917,946
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