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					            NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
               To be a District Municipality that delivers sustainable quality services




Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
                                                 INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP)
                                                                                                   2010/11


                                                                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.FOREWORD BY THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
2.MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
3.SECTION A: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5
    ANALYSIS OF CURRENT REALITIES................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
     The location of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality .............................................................................................................................................................. 6
     Overview of the District..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
    DEMOGRAPHIC OVERVIEW............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
     Population Dynamics and Future Growth Trends.............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
4.SECTION B: DISTRICT’S STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK..................................................................................................................................................................... 10
    VISION............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
    MUNICIPAL VALUES......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
    MISSION............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
5.SECTION C: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES........................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
   KPA 1: SERVICE DELIVERY & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT............................................................................................................................................ 12
    Free Basic Services: Water, Sanitation, Energy and Refuse Removal............................................................................................................................................ 12
    Water Supply................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
     Water Sources................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
    Surface Water Sources................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
     Ground Water Source..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
    Settlements Water Needs................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
    Provision of Sanitation Facilities, 2001 Vs 2007.............................................................................................................................................................................. 14
    Settlements Sanitation Needs......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
    Electricity......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
    Solid Waste Management – Refuse Removal................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
    Permitting and Landfill Management............................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
    Recycling Initiatives ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15
    Backlogs.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
    Cleaner Production.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
    Movement Pattern and Road Infrastructure & Public Transport...................................................................................................................................................... 15
    Stormwater...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
    Roads Infrastructure Management.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
    Housing Development and Delivery within Ngaka Modiri Molema Municipal Area .......................................................................................................................... 16
    Current Housing Needs, Demand and Provision............................................................................................................................................................................. 16
    Environmental Management Analysis............................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
    Physical factors .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
    Major Existing Environmental Challenges....................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
    Key Environmental Issues In NMMDM............................................................................................................................................................................................ 18
    Climate and Air Quality.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
    Climate change contribution/Greenhouse Gas Emissions.............................................................................................................................................................. 19
    Disaster Management..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
    Fire and Emergency Services......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
    Ngaka Modiri Molema Emergency Resources................................................................................................................................................................................ 20
    Challenges...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
    Telecommunication.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
   KPA 2: LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
    Socio – Economic Development and Livelihoods............................................................................................................................................................................ 21
    Economic Development: Size and Structure of the Local Economy................................................................................................................................................ 21
    Agriculture....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
    Rural Community Development...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
    Mining Development and Beneficiation........................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
    Tourism Development...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
    Financial, Personal and Community Services................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
    Manufacturing and Agro Processing................................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
    Promotion of Trade.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
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     SMME Development....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
    KPA 3: FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT........................................................................................................................................................................ 23
     Revenue Management.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
     Expenditure Management/Supply Chain......................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
     Asset Management......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
     Liability Management...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
     Budget and Treasury Management................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
     Audited Reports............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
    KPA 5: MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ................................................................................................................... 24
     Settlements, Wards and Leaders.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
6.ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE OF NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY....................................................................................................... 25
    OFFICE ACCOMODATION ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25
    SWOT ANALYSIS OF ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE................................................................................................................................................................. 25
     TECHNICAL SERVICES................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25
     COMMUNICATION ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
     Decision Making Process................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
     Human Resource Management...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
     Equipment/Material......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
     Policies, Procedures and by-laws.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
     Administration ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
     Complaint Management System..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
     I.T and other Systems..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
     Performance Management.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25
     Industrial Relations.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
     Delegated Functions and Powers.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
    MUNICIPAL ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE................................................................................................................................................................................ 27
7.SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES............................................................................................................................................................................................. 28
    POINTS OF DEPARTURE............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 28
    HIERARCHY OF URBAN NODES................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
     Functional urban areas classified as a range of nodes................................................................................................................................................................... 28
    CORRIDORS AND TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 29
     Transport Infrastructure................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
     Roads 29
    TOURISM CORRIDORS............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
8.ON – CORE FUNCTIONS................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
    HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT........................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
     HEALTH.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
     SASSA 30
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      Education........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 30
9.SECTION D: DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES.................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
    INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICE DELIVERY..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
       Water Services strategies............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
      Water Services Planning Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................................ 34
      Access to Basic Water Supply Facilities and Services strategies.................................................................................................................................................... 34
      Access to Basic Sanitation Facilities and Services Strategies........................................................................................................................................................ 34
       Water Services Legal Framework and Policies Strategies............................................................................................................................................................. 34
      Water Use Efficiency Strategies...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
    ROADS & TRANSPORT.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
      Provision of Roads and Storm Water Infrastructure Strategies....................................................................................................................................................... 34
      Maintenance of Roads and Storm Water Infrastructure Strategies ................................................................................................................................................. 34
    LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
      Environment Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
       By-Laws Strategy........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      Heritage/Cultural Sites - Protected Areas Strategy.......................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      Landfill Sites Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      Sector Plans Strategy...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
    SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
      Capacity Building and Resource Allocation Strategies.................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      International Relations Strategies.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      2010 Fifa World Cup Strategies...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      EPWP Strategies............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
    FIRE, EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT............................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
      Insufficient Human Resource Strategy............................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
      Fire Brigade Services Strategies..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      Communication and Coordination Strategies.................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
      Public Participation Strategies......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
      Code of Conduct for Councillors Strategies.................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      Council Whip’s Office Strategies..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
    LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 36
      Insufficient Human Resource Strategies......................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      Tourism Master Plan Strategies....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      International Relations Strategies.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      Financial Assistance Strategy......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      District Growth and Development Forum Strategies....................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      Financial Support to Agricultural Project Strategies......................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      Municipal Health Strategies............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36
      Prevalence of HIV/Aids Strategies.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36
    FINANCIAL VIABILITY...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
      Financial Management Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
      Revenue Enhancement Strategies.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
      Supply Chain Management Strategies............................................................................................................................................................................................ 37
      Expenditure Management Strategies.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
      Risk Management Strategies.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
    INSTITUTIONAL & SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION............................................................................................................................................................................ 37
      Project Monitoring And Evaluation Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
      Integrated Development Plan Strategies......................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
      Communications Strategies............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 37
      Special Projects Strategies:............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 37
      Organizational Branding and Reporting Strategies......................................................................................................................................................................... 37
      Mayoral Outreach Programme Strategies....................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
      IGR Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
      Multilateral Relations Strategies...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
      Corporate Administration Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................................ 38
      Human Resource Management and Development Strategies:....................................................................................................................................................... 38
      Organizational Development Strategies:......................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
      Policies and Procedures Strategies................................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
      It Systems Strategy......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
      Legal Services Strategies:............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
10. SECTION E: INTEGRATION............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 40
    WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
    FIVE (5) YEAR LED PLAN........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 40
    INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMME.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
      Environmental Management Plan................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
      Spatial Development Framework.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
      Integrated HIV/AIDS Programme.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
      Disaster Management Plan............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 42
      Integrated Local Economic Development Programme.................................................................................................................................................................... 42
      Integrated Poverty Reduction and Gender Equity........................................................................................................................................................................... 42
      Integrated Monitoring and Performance Management System....................................................................................................................................................... 42
11.SECTION F: IDENTIFIED 2010/11 PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES ............................................................................................................................................ 43
    DITSOBOTLA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAPITAL PROJECTS 2011/2012 – 2013/2014 .................................................................................................................... 43
    RATLOU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAPITAL PROJECTS 2010/2011................................................................................................................................................. 48
    RAMOTSHERE MOILOA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAPITAL PROJECTS 2010/2011 – 2012/2013 ................................................................................................... 57
12.INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICE DELIVERY – NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY ................................................................................... 86
    E SRVICES PROJECTS 2010/2011.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 86

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13.TECHNICAL SERVICES (WATER SERVICES AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING) ............................................................................................................ 88
    IDP PROJECTS (2010/2011 FINANCIAL YEAR)............................................................................................................................................................................................ 88
14.SECTOR DEPARTMENTS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR 2010-2011.......................................................................................................................................... 97
    HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 97
    ESKOM – 2010/11 PROJECTS GAZETTED.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 97
    MAFIKENG INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 97
    SPORTS, ARTS AND CULTURE..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 98
15.CAPITAL INVENSTMENT PROGRAMME AND FRAMEWORK...................................................................................................................................................... 99
    ANNEXURE B: SCHEDULE OF PROJECTS: MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK...................................................................................................... 99
16.ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DOCUMENT............................................................................................................................................................................. 109




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1. FOREWORD BY THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR
Fellow citizens of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality, once again I have the honour and privilege indeed to
present our key service delivery tool and implementation plan thereof. The 2010/11 IDP is yet another milestone in taking
our District Municipality forward at both the planning and implementation.
As our overall guiding policy document, the IDP primarily ensures that we are on course with regard to achieving our
plan of delivering services to our people. It is further an elaboration of our commitment as the political leadership of
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality towards fulfilling the mandate given to us by the people of the District. I am
proud to declare that our IDP is a product of a dialogue with our citizens through community-based planning.
You will recall that last year, the leadership of the District Municipality presented our standing vision for the Municipality
as follows: To be a District Municipality that delivers sustainable quality services. The District is therefore determined to
work within our jurisdictional area even harder and closely with government institutions and all its social partners to
initiate and create job opportunities through Mayoral Special Projects Programme of Letsema road rehabilitation
programme and other initiatives, for the benefit of the unemployed and the poor.
As we proceed with this important task, we remain committed to making sure that by 2014, all households will have
access to running water and decent/ proper sanitation. Furthermore, the District aims to ensure that it eradicates
informal settlements by 2014 as depicted in the Turn-Around Strategy.
In pursuant of the Spirit of Good transparent and accountable Governance, the District also subscribes to a clean
sound administration and will not in any manner tolerate any corrupt and unethical practices among its constituent
Local Municipalities by Councillors and Officials therein.
The vision of our constitution is to establish an open democracy committed to social justice and the recognition of
human rights. It seeks to improve the quality of life of all citizens and free the potential of each person. No institution of
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the government could fail to notice the high levels of poverty and deprivation of material necessities affecting large
members of the South African population. It is clear that this overarching constitutional objective {improving the quality
of life for citizens} will not be achieved until this state of dire need is eradicated. The socio-economic rights in the
constitution quite clearly reflect a commitment to social upliftment”(Langa 2003:672).
This 2010/11 IDP therefore embodies our collective blueprint for the desired future of our District. It is a living document
that is reviewed on an annual basis.
Through our collective efforts we must continue building a District Municipality which is non-racial, non-sexist,
democratic, vibrant, developmental, people centred- truly belonging to all and united in its diversity as we endeavour
to bring about a united society within Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality. We therefore invite you all to join us in
this noble course and assist us in bringing this plan and its contents to fruition.
Only us the people of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality can make this District to be what we aspire it to be,
through our progressive engagements, views and suggestions.
May the 2010/11 Financial Year bring the best memories and leave a lasting legacy of our Partnership in building a truly
developmental District Municipality, where social, economic and material prosperity of the citizens is the order of the
day.
Yours in Good Governance and Service Excellence
__________________
Cllr. N.R Mokoto
Executive Mayor
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2. MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW
This IDP sets clear developmental objectives and targets and provides direction to improve service delivery.”External
“stakeholders were involved in identifying and prioritising needs.
We as management are well aware of the responsibility that this IDP places upon each one of us. The community may
set idealistic targets that will be impossible to achieve, however by involving all stakeholders in the planning process and
empowering councillors with knowledge about the Municipality’s weaknesses and strengths and its available resources,
the municipality was able to develop a realistic achievable plan contained in the IDP.
The IDP facilitates budgeting in accordance with planning—it enables the budget to be linked to the vision and mission
of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality. In particular it provides for strategic management based on a realistic
budget, driven by key developmental priorities.
This IDP promotes Co operative Governance as it includes projects from different Government Sectors. The implication
thereof is inclusivity of all Government structures in our plight to deliver services in an integrated, democratic and
sustainable manner.
The IDP also forms the basis on which management’s performance will be rolled out. Quarterly reports on progress will
empower the community to assess the situation and to participate fully at report back meetings. This will make the IDP a
living document that will provide a solid foundation for future change on how and where services should be
implemented. Empowered community members will be able to share responsibility and provides guidelines to their
political representatives.
3. SECTION A: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  Integrated Development Planning as well as the intergovernmental coordination and cooperation is a legislative requirement prescribed by the Constitution of the Republic
  of South Africa. Section 152 and 153 of the Constitution of the Republic of South 1996 states that, local government is in charge of the development process in
  Municipalities as well as planning functions and provides a clear indication of the intended purpose of integrated development planning. This planning process helps
  ensure integrated development across the three spheres of government.


  The White Paper on Local Government provides for community participation in the form of individuals and groups to achieve sustainable livelihoods regarding their social,
  economic and materials needs.


  The IDP is legislated through the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000 and it defines IDP as one of the core functions of a municipality in the context of its
  development orientation. It prescribes that; the IDP must link, integrate and coordinate other plans thus making it inclusive in nature. In relation to the review of the IDP, the
  Municipal Systems Act 2000 Chapter 5, Part 3 subsection 34, it states that:-


  A Municipal Council –

  (a) Must review its integrated development plan
      (i)       Annually in accordance with an assessment of its performance measurements in terms of section 41; and

      (ii)      To the extent that changing circumstances so demand; and

  (b) May amend its integrated development plan in accordance with a prescribed process.

  Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality turnaround strategy is critical in addressing the issues that are lacking and affecting the service delivery as required within the
  Local government. The IDP process will provides an opportunity for the municipality to debate and agree on a long term vision and strategy that sets the context for the
  shorter five (5) objectives and strategies. The intention of the IDP is not to repeat the general information in the previous revised document, but to focus on the relevance
  of already identified key strategic development priorities that need attention within the district.
Executive Summary
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality’s Integrated Development Plan (IDP) is its strategic planning instrument, which guides and informs its ongoing planning,
management and development actions. The IDP represents the District’s commitment to the exercise of its executive authority except in cases where it is in conflict with
national or provincial legislation, in which case such legislation prevails, and it effectively the local government’s blue print by which it strives to realize its vision for Ngaka
Modiri Molema District Municipality. One of the major challenges local governments has been; to address the inequalities and inefficiencies resulting from the legacies of past
policies and planning processes.


The IDP of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality will be one of the key tools the Municipality will use to tackle its constitutionally mandated development tools. In contract
to the role planning has played in the past, integrated development planning is now seen as a function of municipal management, as part of an integrated system of planning
and service delivery.


The Integrated Development Plan (IDP) has to be reviewed annually in order to:

•    Ensure its relevance as the Municipality’s Strategic Plan by integrating various policy and strategy frameworks and guidelines emanating from National, Provincial and
     Sector level into a Municipal context;

•    Guide the activities of any agency from the other spheres of government, corporate service providers, NGOs and the private sector within the municipal areas.

•    Inform other components of the Municipal business process including institutional and financial planning and budgeting; and

•    Inform the cyclical inter-governmental planning and budgeting cycle.
Analysis of Current Realities

The location of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality is one of the four District Municipalities of the North West Province of South Africa. The other three are: Bojanala –
Platinum, Dr Ruth Mompati and Dr. Kenneth Kauda Districts. The District is home to Mafikeng, the capital of the province. Aptly named, the slogan of the capital
is 'The City of Goodwill'. It is a rapidly growing, modern, residential, administrative and commercial town that contrasts with its fascinating history. The district
municipality DC38 is situated centrally within the North West Province. The principal towns in the region include Mafikeng-Mmabatho, Zeerust, and Lichtenburg.
It consists of 5 Local Municipalities, namely; Mafikeng, Ratlou, Ramotshere Moiloa, Ditsobotla and Tswaing. The geographical area of the municipality is 31039
square km and shares an international border with the Republic of Botswana


Section 84 of the Municipal Structures Act (1998) regulates the functions and powers of Districts and Local municipalities.


The five local municipalities are subdivided into wards as follows: Mafikeng Local Municipality – 28 wards, Ditsobotla LM – 19 wards, Ramotshere Moiloa – 17 wards, Tswaing
LM – 13 wards, Ratlou LM – 12 wards. See Map1 for the spatial distribution of Local Municipalities within the district.
Overview of the District

General Statistics:
       •   The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality has a total of 2,788,844 hectares, which is equivalent to 26% of the total number of hectares in the North West
       province.

       •   27% of the total hectares belong to the Ramotshere Local Municipality, thus making it the area with the largest portion of land

       •   13% Belongs belong to the Mafikeng Local Municipality it the area with the smallest portion of land although it represents the highest GVA figures and highest
       population in the District

Figure : NMMDM Map

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Demographics
    •      The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality has a total population of 788 976, which is equivalent to 24% of the total population in North-West.

    •      34% of the total population are found in the Mafikeng Local Municipality, thus giving it the largest population density in the district

    •      A mere 14% of the total population is situated in the Ratlou Local Municipality


DEMOGRAPHIC OVERVIEW

Population Dynamics and Future Growth Trends

Population size and Distribution
The total size of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality’s population is estimated at 788 976 individuals. This is based on census 2007 which also estimate that there are
approximately 183 401 households within Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality. Table 1 below illustrates the population of NMMDM per local municipality. Ditsobotla local
municipality has the highest number of people within the district whereas Tswaing local municipality contributes the lowest.

Table : Population size and distribution
  LOCAL MUNICIPALITY             POPULATION               NO OF HH                                                       RACE
                                                                                    BLACK            COLOURED             INDIAN OR ASIAN            WHITE
Ratlou                               98 104                23 591                   96 363               941                      173                 625
Tswaing                              81 005                22 201                   76 786               185                      270                3 763
Mafikeng                            290 229                68 698                   280 499             4 525                    2 374               2 828
Ditsobotla                          200 141                38 608                   183 503             4 568                     848                11 232
Ramotshere                          129 304                30 302                   123 387              279                     1 095               4 540
TOTAL                               798 784                183 401                  760 538             10 498                   4 760               22 988

Source: STATSSA, 2007 COMMUNITY SURVEY



Population
According to Statistics South Africa, the total population of the NMMDM in 2001 was 762 999. However, figures from the General Household Survey conducted in 2007 reveals
an increase in the total population of the district to about 798 784.
As Table 2 below indicates, the distribution of the NMMDM population across the racial divide is skewed towards the African/Black group. 93.2% of the total population is made
up of black Africans, compared to Coloured people who make up just 3.6% of the overall population. Whites and people of Asian descent constitute just 0.4% and 2.5% of the
entire population of the district.



Table : Population Distribution by Race in the NMMDM



           Population Group                                        Population        Percentage
African/Blacks                                                      703 062.1           93.2
Coloureds                                                           26 905.7              3.6
Whites                                                              2 815.1               0.4
Asian/Indians                                                       19 176.9              2.5
Others & Unspecified                                                2 159.9               0.3
Total                                                              754 119.7              100




Source: Statistics South Africa, General Household Survey (2007)

Furthermore, the map below shows that the distribution of the African population occurs mainly in the rural spatial areas while the other population groups are predominantly in
the urban nodes within the respective local municipalities.


AGE COMPOSITION

The age composition or structure determines the kinds of economic activities within the locality. Different age groups have different economic needs and different spending
patterns. According to the Census 2007, Ngaka Modiri Molema is dominated by the youthful population with the largest age group being the children between the ages 0 – 24
constituting 33% of the entire population. This is followed by the youth between 25 – 44 age group constituting 35% of the total population. The adults ranging from the ages of
45 – 64 constitute of 25% of the population and the aged (over 65) accounts for 9% of the total population. Table 2 below illustrates the age structure of Ngaka Modiri Molema.
Table : Age Composition
                0-4      5-9      10 -    15 - 19   2   25 - 29   30 - 34   35 - 39   40 – 44   45 - 49   50 - 54   55 -    60 -    65 -    70 -    75 -    80 -    85 +    Total
                                   14               0                                                                59      64      69      74      79      84

                                                    -

                                                    2
                                                    4
Ratlou         12 455   14 263   13 998   10 746    7   5 255     4 968     4 417     4 470     3 478     3 818     3 018   2 461   2 105   2 019   1 175   1 412   790     98 102
Local
Municipality                                        2
                                                    5
                                                    4
Tswaing        9 029    10 676   11 102   10 486    6   4 154     3 400     3 683     3 815     3 570     4 174     2 739   1 950   1 817   1 696   807     942     571     81 004
Local
Municipality                                        3
                                                    9
                                                    3
Mafikeng       31 974   33 876   33 097   31 439    2   20 740    19 468    19 348    17 814    15 698    10 890    8 026   7 446   4 229   2 629   2 322   1 618   1 199    290
Local                                               8                                                                                                                        229
Municipality
                                                    4
                                                    1
                                                    6
Ditsobotla     23 957   23 870   20 040   20 302    1   17 109    15 432    14 482    10 448    10 183    9 176     5 361   3 854   3 246   2 111   1 543   770     392      200
Local                                               7                                                                                                                        150
Municipality
                                                    8
                                                    7
                                                    4
Ramotshere     15 051   14 887   14 876   14 873    1   7 740     8 254     6 502     6 108     6 061     5 929     4 248   3 645   2 866   2 845   2 012   1 275   1 105    129
Moiloa                                              1                                                                                                                        301
Local
Municipality                                        0
                                                    2
                                                    4


Source: STATSSA, 2007 COMMUNITY SURVEY
This trend in age composition obliges the government departments and the municipality to ensure that a large percentage of the budget is allocated to social development
facilities in order to meet the needs of a youthful population and ensuring that people falling within this age acquire relevant skills and grow up to become responsible adults.
The creation of more job opportunities should also be one of the key aspects of the developmental agenda by the municipality in partnership with the sector departments such
as the Department of Education.




GENDER DIFFERENTIATION
An overview of the gender structure in the NMMDM is necessary to determine the following:

     •    Provide an indication of socio-economic trends including male absenteeism.

     •    Potential future population and growth rates.

     •    The need for specific type of facilities in specific locations (e.g. maternity services at hospitals and clinics).

     •    The need for specific capacity building and skills development programs for targeted groups such as women.



Table : Gender Differentiation
Area                                                                                        Male                                                Female
Ratlou Local Municipality                                                                  45 411                                                52 691
Tswaing Local Municipality                                                                 37 752                                                43 252
Mafikeng Local Municipality                                                               137 861                                               152 365
Ditsobotla Local Municipality                                                              97 575                                               102 575
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality                                                       58 922                                                70 379
Total                                                                                     377521                                                421262

Source: Community Survey, 2007


The table above shows the gender composition and distribution in the NMMDM. The data on gender distribution in the District Municipality shown in the above table confirms
the tendency of the dominance of females over males in Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipalities. The reason for this tendency may be ascribed to the emigration of males
in search of jobs in other spatial systems. The gender structure of the NMMDM shows a female domination, with an overall male-female ratio in the district of approximately
48:52.
With reference to figure 3 below, the gender composition within Ngaka Modiri Molema indicates a slight imbalance between the males and females. The Community Survey
2007 revealed that approximately 53% (421 262) of the population within Ngaka Modiri Molema comprises of females while 47% (377 521) comprises of males. Nevertheless
this confirms with the national trends that a higher proportion of women are found in the rural areas than men. This in many instances, especially amongst the African
communities is attributed by the fact that men are generally attracted to places such as the bigger cities (i.e. Johannesburg etc.) that presents the employment opportunities
sometimes regardless of the nature of work involved.


Figure : Gender Distribution
This figure shows population distribution according gender with 47% male and 53% female for the NMMDM




Poverty Levels
     •    The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality has a total of 554,668 people living under the minimum living income, which is equivalent to 29% of the total
     number of minimum living income earners in the North-West province, thus, making it the district with the most underprivileged people in the NW Province.

     •    33% of the minimum level income earners are in the Mafikeng Local Municipality, thus making it the Local Municipality with the largest underprivileged population

     •    In comparison, 9% of below minimum living income earners are found in the Ratlou Local Municipality, making it the region with the least underprivileged population
     segment both in percentage and numbers.

     •    The biggest housing backlog is in the Ditsobotla Local Municipality

     •    The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality has a total of 157,036 unemployed people, which is equivalent to 23% of the total number of unemployed people in
     the North-West province.

     •    The Mafikeng Local Municipality and the Ditsobotla Local Municipality are the regions with the highest number of people that have access to basic services

     •    The Mafikeng Local Municipality has an unemployment figure of 38%. Making it the area with the largest unemployment figure in the district

     •    11% of the unemployed people can be found in the Tswaing Local Municipality, making it the region with the lowest unemployment figure.




EDUCATION LEVELS IN THE NMMDM
A further characteristic is that less than 2.5% of the total population in the NMMDM has received any form of tertiary education. According to the 2007 household survey a
good number of people in the NMMDM area, have not received any form of post-matric training or qualification. The highest levels of illiteracy appear to be prevalent in the
Ratlou Local Municipality where more than 31% of the population older than 5 years of age has not received any form of schooling. The comparative figure of the Ramotshere
Moiloa and Tswaing Local Municipalities is approximately 27%, in the case of Ditsobotla, 24% and in Mafikeng roughly 20%. According to StatsSA (2005) this trend is further
emphasized by the fact that the Ratlou and Tswaing Local Municipalities are the areas with the highest concentration of population who have only completed some primary
education (approximately 30% of the total population is older than 5 years).


The highest spatial concentration of education and skills levels is clearly in the Mafikeng Local Municipality area. It has the highest concentration of people who have
completed their school education (approximately 10%) as well as those with some form of high education (approximately 3%). The proportion of population in the Ratlou Local
Municipality with higher education is less than 1%. The Department of Education in the province is making great strides in meeting the educational needs of the people of the
district, through providing facilities and training teachers as well as filling the skill gap in collaboration with the Departments of labour and social development.



Cross-cutting Issues
Cross-cutting issues refer to those issues which impact on all clusters and require a multi-sectoral response. The issues discussed in this section include:
• Income and Poverty
• Unemployment
• HIV/AIDS Prevalence
• People living with disabilities




Income levels
    •    The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality has a total household income figure of R4, 640,814,817 which makes up 17% of the total household income figure in
    the North-West province.

    •    The highest average household income is found in the Mafikeng Local Municipality

    •    The lowest level of household income is found in the Ratlou Local municipality
Education Levels
A further characteristic is that less than 2.5% of the total population in the NMMDM has not received any form of tertiary education. According to the 2007 household survey a
good number of people in the NMMDM area, have not received any form of post-matric training or qualification. The highest levels of illiteracy appear to be prevalent in the
Ratlou Local Municipality where more than 31% of the population older than 5 years of age has not received any form of schooling. The comparative figure of the Ramotshere
Moiloa and Tswaing Local Municipalities is approximately 27%. In the case of Ditsobotla, 24% and in Mafikeng roughly 20%. According to StatsSA (2005) this trend is further
emphasized by the fact that the Ratlou and Tswaing Local Municipalities are the areas with the highest concentration of population who have only completed some primary
education (approximately 30% of the total population is older than 5 years).


Table : Education Levels
Education Level                                % of population
Higher degrees                                 5.8
Grade 12                                       16.3
Secondary                                      23.8
Completed primary                              5.9
Some primary                                   21.4
No schooling                                   26.8
Total                                          100
Source: Department of Education Report 2008.




Economic Statistics
     •    The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality has a Gross Value Added (GVA) of 10,673,146, which is equivalent to 13% of the total GVA in the North-West province.

     •    Primary nodes of economic activity are Mmabatho and Lichtenburg

     •    The Mafikeng Local Municipality contributes to 40% of the districts economy, since it is the highest GVA

     •    The Ratlou Local Municipality contributes to 9% of the districts economy, thus it has the lowest GVA Agriculture and mining as the primary sectors and employs 21.5%
     of the economically active population.

     •    Construction, electricity, manufacturing and transport as secondary sectors and employ only 14.0% of the economically active population.

     •    The tertiary sector (social, financial, wholesale etc) employed 43.8% of the economically active population.
Spatial/Economic environment
    •   Mafikeng is the region which has the highest employment opportunities.

    •   Lichtenburg is the region which has second highest employment opportunities in the region which ranges from 5 000 to 25 000 opportunities within a 20 minutes
    driving time

    •   The Southern part of the district has 1 000 to 5 000 employment opportunities within a 20 minutes driving time. Whereas the Northern part has less than 1 000
    employment opportunities within a 20 minutes drive time.


The Opportunities We Offer
The Ngaka Modiri Molema District‘s competitive edge and unique selling points to prosper within its own niche market can be summarised as follows:

•    Strategic location on the intersections of the Platinum Western Corridors respectively linking the Gauteng Economic powerhouse and the rest of South Africa with
     Botswana and the rest of Africa. As such the District is accessible through excellent transportation infrastructure such as an Airports, Roads and Railway links.

•    Potential to capitalise on a diversified economic base and specific competitive sectors include:

•    Tourism and Eco Tourism especially in the Ramotshere Moiloa District (Madikwe Game Reserve is the second biggest in South Africa)

•    The administrative, trade, utilities and construction hub of the Province in terms of the Provincial Capital Mafikeng located in the Mafikeng Local Municipality.

•    The substantial agricultural, game farming and trophy hunting potential of Ditsobotla, Ratlou and Tswaing Local Municipalities

•    The pristine environment and diverse cultural heritage potential and appeal in terms of broader international market.

•    The excellent tertiary facilities and specialised institutes



SWOT ANALYSIS
Table : District Level SWOT Analysis
STRENGTHS                                                           WEAKNESSES
 Skilled managers                                                   Basic Services Backlogs
 Financial investments                                              Bulk Infrastructure
 Skilled employees                                                  Maintenance of Infrastructure
 Committed employees                                                Outcome of AG Report (Financial Management
                                                                     Functionality of Management
                                                ICT Infrastructure
                                                Poor communication (internal & external)
                                                IDP/PMS
                                                Absence of sector plans
                                                Environmental management (air quality etc)
                                                Internal regulatory regime (enforcement)
                                                Guest house
                                                Policy regime
                                                Regional office for service co-ordination
                                                Human resource management
                                                Skills development programmes
                                                Planning
                                                Institutional arrangements
                                                IGR governance
                                                Asset management
                                                Knowledge management
OPPORTUNITIES                                 THREATS
 Major Industrial Hubs                        Vandalism of infrastructure
 Productive Agricultural Sector               Poor asset management
 Transport Infrastructure                     High dependency rate and illiteracy levels
 Capital of Province                          Basic Services Backlogs
 Political support                            Safety & Security (Public Unrest)
 Telecommunication facilities Broadcasting    Limited water supply
 Accessible (Airports, Roads, Railways)       Disaster (natural & man-made)
 Cement Production (The biggest in RSA)       Land Reform & Management
 Rich Cultural Heritage                       HIV/AIDS Impact
 Tourism Destination Route Marketing          Dispersed Settlement Pattern
 Partnership Arrangements                     High rate of unemployment
 Multi-Sectoral Service Corridor              Bulk Infrastructure
 Availability of agricultural land            Semi-aridity
 High Agricultural Potential
 Hunting Facilities (Trophy)
 Investment Corridors
   Pristine Environment
   Regulatory framework
   Communication(structure)
   Educational Institutions
   Specialized Institutes (Universities)
   Strategically located




4. SECTION B: DISTRICT’S STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

VISION

The vision of the Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality is as follows:
 Ours is a District that is striving for human development and the provision of financially
                                   sustainable quality services




MUNICIPAL VALUES

Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality commits itself to adhere to the municipal core policies and values which are:-

•        Accountability
•        Fairness
•        Effectiveness
•        Commitment
•        Honesty and Sincerity




MISSION
To this end NMMDM will:
•   Promote skills development opportunities

•   Effectively and efficiently manage its limited resources and assets

•   Adhere to the Batho Pele principles

•   Ensure visible socio-economic development and the facilitation of establishing community developmental organizations

•   Measure and monitor our performance through an effective and efficient PMS

•   Promote good governance as per recognized practices and coded

•   Ensure a safe and healthy environment
5. SECTION C: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
In a bid to achieve the developmental mandate of the municipality within the context of the needs identified in the Analysis phase strategic objectives have been developed
which prescribes what each department would do to achieve the overall mission of the District. The strategies have been clustered according to the five key performances
(KPAs) of local government. They include:

•   Basic Service Delivery and Infrastructure Development

•   Local Economic Development

•   Financial Viability and Management

•   Good Governance and Public Participation

•   Institutional Transformation and Organisational Development
KPA 1: SERVICE DELIVERY & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Free Basic Services: Water, Sanitation, Energy and Refuse Removal
The provision of equitable basic infrastructure especially water and sanitation is central to the developmental local government mandate. The table below reflects that the
extent to which Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality have access to basic infrastructural services.



Water Supply
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality is a water service authority.

Table : Access to Water, 2001 vs 2007
Total no. of HH                 Piped water inside the    Piped water inside the dwelling                           No access to piped        N/A & Other
                                yard                                                                                water


                                                                                           200
    2001            2007           2001       2007          2001            2007           1           2007           2001         2007        2001         2007
                                                                                           32
  179 898          183 402        44 417      26 780       63 113          75 819          279        47 189         33 397       32 2274      6 688        1 339
Source: Census 2001 & Community Survey 2007



The vast majority of consumers in urban settlements within the jurisdiction of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality are currently served with a higher level of services
(yard/house connections through the water reticulation system). Approximately 98% of the urban core is reticulated with higher level of service, 71% of all consumers in the
urban areas do have access to piped water within their dwellings and a further 19% have piped water on site. The remaining 10% is served through communal stand pipes.


The main issue facing water services provision in urban core is thus not improvement of current level of service but to address issues such as high levels of non revenue water
(Unaccounted for water) and the ageing of the existing water distribution & transmission mains. There are approximately 48 000 consumer units located within areas classified
as rural dense settlement in the vicinity of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality (NMMDM). The majority of consumer units in this type of settlement (approximately 60%)
are reliant on communal standpipes as their main source of water supply. A significant number of consumer units, representing 20% of consumer units in rural dense
settlements are utilizing boreholes as their main source of water supply. These rural dense settlement are mainly located in the Mafikeng Local Municipality (19 000 consumer
units), the Ratlou Local Municipality (12 000 consumer units) and Ramotshere Moilwa Local Municipality (11 000 consumer units).


In the case of both Ramotshere Moilwa and Ratlou Local Municipalities, a significant proportion of consumers have access to basic level of water supply facilities e.g
communal standpipes (78% and 80% respectively). The main challenge facing these municipalities is inadequate supply of water from existing ground water sources. The
highest proportion of unnerved consumer units in rural dense settlements is located in Mafikeng Local Municipality, with an estimated 40% of consumers without access to
basic level of service.


Although the majority of consumer units in dense rural villages can be classified as having access to a formal reticulation, it is mostly in the form of basic level of service
represented by communal stand pipes at 200m walking distance. The biggest need for intervention is Ratlou LM and Ramotshere Moilwa LM for bulk water supply and
Mafikeng LM for water supply facilities. The total number of consumer units in settlements classified as rural villages is approximately 36 500. The majority of these consumer
units are located in Mafikeng Local Municipality (20 000), Ramotshere Moilwa Local Municipality (6 900) and Ratlou Local Municipality (5 500). For the entire jurisdiction Ngaka
Modiri Molema District Municipality, 70% of the total population in rural villages can be regarded as having access to basic level of service.


The majority of these services consumer units are in the form of communal taps. The total number of water consumer units residing in areas classified as rural farmland is 17
438. The majority of these consumers are located in the Ditsobotla Local Municipality (6 500) and Ramotshere Moilwa Local Municipality (6 000). Approximately 70% of
households on farmland are regarded as having access to some form of water reticulation system (house connection, yard connection or communal standpipe). The vast

majority of these consumers however utilize boreholes as their main source of water supply.


Water Sources
There are two main sources of water being used for water supply within the jurisdiction of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality, namely:

•   Abstraction from surface water sources like dams and springs.

•   Abstraction from ground water sources (aquifers)


Surface Water Sources
Although the majority of consumers in Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality is reliant on ground water, due to scarcity of surface water, aridity of the area and lack of
potable water purification works and non availability of bulk regional water supply schemes, there are however also a number of surface water sources being utilized for water
purification and supply in the District. This includes the following schemes:
         1.       The Molopo Eye –Grootfontein and Mmabatho Water Works water supply scheme which provides water to large parts of the Mafikeng LM. This scheme
         extracts water from Molopo Eye and Modimola Dam, the two treatment works supply water to the urban core and peri urban core of Mafikeng Local Municipality. The
         total estimated population served by these schemes is 145 000.

         2.       The Molatedi – Gaborone Water Supply Scheme is located in the extreme northern parts of the Ramotshere Moilwa LM. The scheme supply water to
         Derdepoort and Kopfontein border post communities through local water treatment works, it also serves as international water supply scheme, supplying water to
         Botswana.

         3.       The Ngotwane Water Supply Scheme is located in Ramotshere Moilwa LM, this scheme provides water to the communities of Ga-seane, Lobatleng and
         Driefontein. The total number of households serviced by this scheme is 2500.

         4.       Motswedi Water Supply Scheme is also located within the Ramotshere Moilwa LM, it abstracts water from Sehujwane Dam. This scheme supplies water to
         Reagile, Borakalalo, Motswedi and Gopane. The total number of households served is approximately 4500.
All the potable water purification works with the jurisdiction of our District is currently being operated by Botshelo Water on behalf of the Department of Water Affairs and
Forestry, the District has recently signed the transfer agreement which is still awaiting finalization from the Department.


Ground Water Source
The vast majority of rural communities within Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality use ground water source for water supply. Most rural water supply schemes were
constructed through Community Water Supply and Sanitation Programme and CMIP. The schemes consist of equipped boreholes, bulk supply, and storage and distribution
mains. Due to the arid nature of the district some of the schemes are currently failing to meet the demand, this challenge is exacerbated by growing demands in other areas
and lack of cost recovery due to unwillingness to pay by consumers.




Settlements Water Needs
Table : Settlement Water Needs
                                       Settlements & Population                                                                 Total Population Water Needs
      To Nr of settlements                    Population                             No of H/H                  Population at or above RDP         Pop below RDP needy
               284                              741 827                               179 334                            325 565                          416 262
Sources: Water Services Information Reference Frame Work and Draft WSDP 2008

                                                            WSA WATER NEEDS CLASSIFIACTION (NUMBER HOUSEHOLDS)
             Adequate                                  Upgrade                 Refurbishment            Resource Needs   No water services
              79 344                                    15 196                     18 062                   52 166            14 566
Sources: Water Services Information Reference Frame Work and Draft WSDP 2008
Provision of Sanitation Facilities, 2001 Vs 2007
Approximately 95% of sanitation consumer units in urban settlements can be regarded through water borne sewage system. Bucket systems in all pre 94 settlements have
been eradicated by December 2007, however there is still buckets systems in informal (urban) settlements, to be services through the housing Program, a similar project is
being implemented at Tlhabologang. The highest occurrence of non-waterborne sanitation within informal urban settlement is prevalent in Ditsobotla and Tswaing Local
Municipality. The most critical aspect to be addressed as part of provision of sanitation infrastructure in urban settlements is the refurbishment of waste water treatment works
currently dilapidating due to infrastructure ageing and upgrading of these works due to growing demand, a similar upgrade is being undertake at Delareyville in Tswaing Local
Municipality. The vast majority (95%) of the estimated 48 000 consumer units in dense rural settlements are unserviced and reliant on pit latrines (inadequate level of service)
for sanitation purposes.


This pattern is also repeated across all five Local Municipalities where virtually 95% of all consumers are still reliant on pit latrines as their main source of sanitation, in most
instances these sanitation facilities does not conform with regulations under section 9 of the Water Services Act, and not in accordance with basic level of sanitation facility and
service as pronounced in the Strategic Framework for Water Services. Of critical importance of the extensive use of pit latrines is not only the need for improvement to basic
level of sanitation service, but also to ensure effective groundwater protocol to avoid contamination of underground water.


The possible implication for ground water contamination should be carefully considered. The majority of consumers in settlements classified as rural villages do not have
access to any formalized sanitation facilities. More than 90 % of all consumer units in rural village settlements are reliant on inadequate pit latrines that are not conforming to
the national standards of basic level of sanitation facility. As is the case in dense rural villages, the possible impact of the extensive use of pit latrines is vulnerability of
underground water contamination, this necessitate careful monitoring of water quality in both rural dense and villages.


Although the number of consumers residing in rural scattered settlements is very limited, the majority of these households are reliant on pit latrines for sanitation purposes,
similar to rural villages. Given the location and isolated nature of these villages, an appropriate form of sanitation infrastructure will have to be considered to improve the
current levels of service. The majority of consumer units in farm dwellings are utilizing below RDP pit latrines for sanitation purposes.




Table : Provision of Sanitation Facilities, 2001 vs 2007
                                   Flush toilet
   Total no. of HH              (connected to                  Pit toilet with ventilation (VIP)                 Chemical toilet                                None
                             sewerage system)
                                                         200
  2001          2007         2001          2007                      2007       2001        2007         2001    2007       2001      2007     2001      2007      2001      2007
                                                          1
                              45                          4                       25                             98
179 898       183 402                     51 517                    4 278                   9 447       80 932             3 168       46      4 595    4 730      16 218   13 654
                             447                         119                     418                             589
Source: Census 2001 & Community Survey 2007




Settlements Sanitation Needs
Table : Settlement Sanitation Needs
                                              Settlements & Population                                                               Total Population Sanitation Needs
       To Nr of settlements                           Population                               No of H/H                Population at or above RDP          Pop below RDP needy
                284                                     741 827                                 179 334                          237 277                           504 550
Sources: Water Services Information Reference Frame Work and Draft WSDP 2008



            Above RDP                                     At RDP                               Below RDP                           NONE

               46 363                                      11 724                                  119 227                         2 020
Sources: Water Services Information Reference Frame Work and Draft WSDP 2008




Electricity

Table 4 below indicates the electricity connection per municipality.
The below table indicates that ESKOM had planned to make 4777 new electrical connections throughout the district and only managed to make 1188 new connections in 2007.
The highest number of connections where done in the Ditsobotla region and there were no connections done in the Ratlou and Tswaing local municipalities. The backlog is
reported to be in progress.

Table : Electricity connections per municipality
                                                                            Local Municipality                                                NMMDM
                                  Mafikeng           Ditsobotla                 Ratlou                  Tswaing      Ramotshere- Moiloa

Planned connection                  1575                   726                      871                   928               677                   4777
Actual connection
done                                 261                   837                       0                     0                90                    1188
Total number of
households with new
                                                                                                 5965
electricity connection
in NMMDM in 2007



Table : Energy Source for Lighting, 2001 Vs 2007
      Total no. of HH                 Electricity                Gas                                 Candles                      Solar            Other
                                             20                                                                             20
   2001            2007           2001              2001               2007       2001       2007         2001    2007               2007   2001         2007
                                             07                                                                             01
                                             14
                                              8                                                                             29
  179 898         183 402       130 875             173                 0         4 391      3 518       48 527   31 071              42    510          492
                                              27                                                                            5
                                              9
Source: Census 2001 & Community Survey 2007




Solid Waste Management – Refuse Removal
Table : Refuse & Disposal, 2001 Vs 2007
                               Removed by local           Removed by local
                                authority/private          authority/private           Communal                                    No Rubbish
   Total no. of HH                                                                                     Own Refuse Dump                                      Other
                           company at least once a         company at less           Refuse Dump                                    Disposal
                                       week                       often
  2001          2007          2001            2007        2001         2007         2001       2007    2001     2007        2001        2007         2001        2007
                                                                                                        118
179 898       183 402        44 530           45 036      1 617        2 494        5 526      3 928          116 915      14 875      14 977         16            51
                                                                                                       207
Source: Census 2001 & Community Survey 2007


Permitting and Landfill Management
Ditsobotla Local Municipality has two permitted landfill sites, located in Lichtenburg and Coligny with a life expectancy of 15 and 10 years respectively. These landfill sites
service Lichtenberg, Itsoseng and Coligny. The Lichtenburg landfill site is not fenced and has informal reclaimers operating from the landfill. The landfill site in Tlhabologang is
fenced and the municipality is reportedly in the process of appointing reclaimers to operate at the landfill site. The informal dumps at Itsoseng and Biesiesvlei are not permitted
in accordance with the DWAF Minimum Requirements.


Mafikeng Local Municipality is located in Mafikeng with the remaining life expectancy of 6 years. There is one further dumpsite within Mafikeng
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality has one permitted landfill site located in Zeerust which was permitted based on the historical operation of Zeerust. The
landfill site is poorly located, within a drainage channel and in closer proximity to a hotel and the National Toll Road. There are two dumpsites at Lehurutshe and
Groot Marico.

Tswaing Local Municipality has two permitted landfill sites located in Delareyville and Ottosdal. A new landfill site has just been constructed in Ottosdal at the same location as
the old dump site. There are also non-permitted landfill sites in Sannieshof and Atamelang.
Ratlou LM has no permitted landfill sites and the community uses the informal communal dumpsites. In the rural areas of the NMMDM, the residents often use burn/bury
strategy.


According to 2001 census data, the majority of waste generated is collected and disposed of in ‘own dumps’. Waste collection is done by the local municipalities and a nominal
waste fee is collected. Due to lack of regular payment by residents, the municipality frequently has insufficient funds to perform basic waste management activities.


Recycling Initiatives
A limited number of recycling initiatives exist within NMMDM. These initiatives provide for the opportunity for the reutilization of resources, create employment opportunities,
and help to extend the lifecycle of the landfills. Some of the initiatives are listed below:
In Ditsobotla:
-   the cement industry is involved in recycling their waste, and garden waste is recycled to make compost.


In Mafikeng:
-   Millennium Waste recycles metal, cardboard, plastic, glass collected from reclaimers at the landfill sites.

-   Wa-Rona Waste recycles glass bottles

-   Africa Recycling recycles paper and plastic
Through awareness and capacity building campaigns, recovery at source should be encouraged resulting in the minimization of the amount of waste for collection and
disposal.


Backlogs
NMMDM has no weighing facilities with which backlogs in terms of tons of waste can be determined. However,
           In terms of illegal dumping, general waste still lies around mainly in informal settlements where there are no adequate waste storage facilities.

           In terms of bulk service delivery and final disposal at the landfill site, there are no transfer stations and landfill sites are not managed.




Cleaner Production
A number of hospitals and clinics utilize private waste disposable companies like SANUMED, which dispose of the waste at the Roodepoort incinerator. Certain X-ray waste is
handled as radioactive waste and is removed from the hospital premises by a licensed operator.




Movement Pattern and Road Infrastructure & Public Transport
Table : Shows the Modes of Transport to Work and School in the NMMDM
Mode of Transport                                       Local Municipalities                                           NMMDM

                            Mafikeng       Ditsobotla     Ratlou      Tswaing       Ramotshere Moiloa         Census Figures         %
Bicycle                       0.3            0.3          0.4         1.1                0.6               4 383          0.6

Bus                           1.9             1           0.9          3                 3.4               17972          2.4
Car Driver                     2             0.3          2.2         3.1                3.4              18 952          2.5
Car Passenger                 1.9            0.9           2          2.5                3.2              17 725          2.3

Minibus/Taxi                  3.2            0.6          1.3         2.9                8.6              33 148          4.3
Motorcycle                    0.1            0.1          0.1         0.1                0.1                861           0.1

Train                         0.1            0.1          0.1         0.1                0.1                718           0.1
NA                            56.2          62.7           54         54.6              52.2              420308          55.1

Foot                          34.3           34            39         32.5              28.1              248092          32.5
Other                         0.1            0.1          0.1         0.1                0.1               828            0.1
Total                         100            100          100         100                100              762987          100


The above Table indicates the following:

•       The limited passenger transport services in the NMMDM area.

•       The predominant mode of travel used for work or school related trips is by foot (32.5%).

•       Minibus / taxi mode represents only 4.3% of trips to work or school.

•       Car drivers undertake only 2.5% of trips whilst 2.3% of trips with private cars relate to passengers. These figures relate to the low levels of private motor vehicle
        ownership in the study area.

According to projected figures based on Census 2006, Ratlou (39%) and Mafikeng (34.3%) have the highest number of people who travel on foot to their
desired destinations. The district municipality need to identify school going children who travel on foot for more than 5 km’s to schools as the priority of support.
Therefore, bicycle projects (to try to assist the situation) have to be identified. Subsidies will have to be provided to identify children who will benefit from the
project.

The NMMDM has a total of 346.3 kilometers of Gravel Road Network which is currently maintaining. The break down is shown below per local municipality.

Table : Road Network
Local municipalities         Total network per local municipality
Mafikeng                                   109.4
Ramotshere Moilwa                           80.9
Tswaing                                     26.2
Ditsobotla                                  61.4
Ratlou                                      68.4
Total NMMDM                                346.3

The majority of these roads are in a very bad state as shown by the roads infrastructure audit report compiled by the Technical Services directorate in the previous financial
year (2006/7). The problems and deficiencies relate to the poor drainage and excessive loss of material which affected the road geometrics and riding quality. The NMMDM is
responding to these challenges through maintenance and rehabilitation programs. The road network in our towns (i.e. Zeerust, Mafikeng, Lichtenberg and Delareyville) is
beginning to show very serious surface and /or structural deficiencies. Most of the defects are surface cracks, rutting and potholes. The municipalities are currently doing a
reactive maintenance.



Stormwater
The problems relating to the storm water drainage systems are very serious in the built-up areas especially in towns like Mafikeng. This is caused by lack of a holistic approach
towards storm water planning. Some of the roads have poor storm water drainage whilst in some instances the capacity of the drainage system is insufficient.




Roads Infrastructure Management
The directorate does not have enabling infrastructure management systems (e.g. Pavement Management System, Storm water Management System etc.) and this creates a
very serious management challenge. The GIS unit will assist to address some of these challenges.


Housing Development and Delivery within Ngaka Modiri Molema Municipal Area

Current Housing Needs, Demand and Provision


Table : Housing – Type of Main Dwellings
Total no.          House or             Traditiona    Flat in         Town/            House /         Informal     Room / Flatlet not in back         Other
of HH              brick                l             block of        cluster/         Flat /          dwelling     yard but on a shared
                   structure            dwelling/     flats           semi –           Room in         / shack      property
                   on a                 hut/struct                    detached         back            in back
                   separate             ure made                      house            yard            yard
                   stand or             of                            (simplex:
                   yard                 traditional                   duplex:
                                        materials                     triplex)



20       20        20       200         20      20    20     2    2001       2     20      20      20       20      2       200       2      200      20        20   2     2
01       07        01       7           01      07    01     0               0     01      07      01       07      0       7         0      7        01        07   0     0
                                                             0               0                                      0                 0                              0     0
                                                             7               7                                      1                 1                              1     7
17       18        14       141         11      7     2      1    1          8     3       2       4        5       1       20        1      2        24        12   2     1
9        3         0        939         38      21    02          066        0     93      29      58       60      5       565              038      4         2    5     4
89       40        04                   4       7     6      3               9     0       0       9        0       0                 2                              5     2
8        2         5                                         9                                                      5                 9                                    8
                                                             1                                                      9                 5
Source: Census 2001 & Community Survey 2007.


Environmental Management Analysis
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality is well-endowed with natural resources; therefore, environmental conservation is of high importance to the municipality. The purpose
of this environmental analysis is, therefore, to ensure that environmental assets which require protection are considered, and that the approach used for environmental
management put people and their needs at the forefront of its concern, and serve their physical, psychological, developmental, cultural and social interests.


Physical factors

Topography
The topography of NMMDM can mainly be classified as ‘flat’ (68%), with 15% of the total area described as ‘mountainous’ and 17% as ‘rolling’. The area classified as
mountainous is mainly located in the northern parts of the NMMDM (Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality). Within this municipality, 47% of the area can be described as
mountainous. The central and south-western parts of the NMMDM (Mafikeng, Ditsobotla, Ratlou and Tswaing Local Municipalities) are predominantly flat with some limited
mountainous areas in the northern parts of Mafikeng and Ditsobotla municipalities. The balance of NMMDM can be classified as ‘flat’ (68%).
Geology
Although a detailed description of the geology of the study area falls outside the scope of this report, in the formulation of spatial development proposals for NMMDM, some
considerations in this regard will be referred to.


Soils
Information on soil types within the NMMDM area indicate that the main soil types consist of Eutrophic soils, Dystrophic to Mesotrophic soils, Mesotrophic to Eutrophic soils
and Non Calcarious soils. These soil types can directly be related to present and potential spatial distribution of agricultural development.


Vegetation
The vegetation of NMMDM can be described as follows:

        (i)      The central and southern parts mainly comprise of sour mixed bushveld and dry Cymbopogon- Themeda veld.

        (ii)     The drier western parts are mainly characterized by Kalahari thornveld and shrub bushveld.

        (iii)    The eastern parts are mainly covered by Banken veld and Cymbopogon-

        (iv)     Themeda veld (sandy).

        (v)      The extreme northern part is characterized by turf thornveld and mixed bushveld areas.


Water and Climate
The State of the Environment Report for North West Province (2002) provides detailed data and information on water and climate spatial implications. Rainfall in the study
area varies between 400 to 600mm annually. A limited part of the geographical area adjacent to the eastern boundary has slightly higher rainfall averages between 800 to 1
000mm per year. The average rainfall per annum is being calculated at 600mm. Thunderstorms and hails do occur but are lower than the figures obtained for the Highveld
region. The NMMDM area is distinguished from the Highveld region on the grounds of the difference shown in climatic statistics. The following aspects relating to water
availability and climate impacting in the NMMDM should be noted:


Spatial Water Supply
In accordance with the Water Service Act 1997, the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY is a Water Service Authority (WSA). The district is required to
prepare Water Service Development Plans for its area of jurisdiction.        The Water Service Development Plans for Mafikeng, Ditsobotla, and Ramotshere Moiloa local
municipalities are in progress. Water supply in the NMMDM is dictated by unpredictable rainfall, high evaporation rates, low conversion of runoff and an increasing demand for
extension of services. The study area can generally be classified to be an arid entity. The local water resources comprises of river systems, dams, pans, wetland and dolomitic
eyes fed by underground water sources. Ground and surface water are integrated and interdependent. The water resources comprise river systems, dams, pans, wetlands and
dolomitic eyes fed by underground water sources. The Botshelo, Sedibeng and Magalies Water Boards serve the NMMDM area. The internal water resources in the study area
are complemented by the importation of bulk potable water through Botshelo Water Board.
The following sections illustrate the spatial distribution of the different water sources in the NMMDM.


Surface Water sources
The spatial impact of water supply and needs in NMMDM should be viewed against the following objective:
To ensure that water services are provided effectively and efficiently to all consumers within the NMMDM. The specific aim of this objective will be to ensure access to safe
water supply to all communities, to ensure provision of free basic water according to national guidelines and to provide appropriate sanitation infrastructure in line with end user
affordability’.
The spatial impact of water supply and water needs in the study area can be summarized as follows:

     •    Migration patterns of the population to urban nodes, increase in numbers, increase in wealth and standard of living exerts pressure on available water resources.
          These impacts are not spread evenly over the spatial system and different impacts can be identified for certain geographical areas in the study area. This statement
          applies specifically to the water diversity position that exists between the eastern and western regions of the NMMDM area.

     •    Increase in the demand for water within the agricultural and mining sectors. Mining exerts a negative pressure on the NMMDM water resources not only in terms of
          increase in demand but also for its negative impact on the aquatic environment. These pressures also exist as far as the catchments areas of surface water resources
          in adjacent areas are concerned.

     •    There is a substantial import of water from outside the study area. Extensions to the supply schemes follow the direction of growth based on isolated mining activities
          and urban needs.

     •    Approximately 40% (communal taps) of the population in NMMDM can be classified as having access to treated (potable) water. Some 38.9% of the population is still
          reliant on untreated sources (inadequate provision) of water supply. This phenomenon is especially related to the rural components of NMMDM.

     •    Pollution impacts negatively on water resources of the study area. Most of the pollution relates to agricultural activities, mining activities, effluent discharges, urban
          and agricultural runoff and from pollution sources from outside the NMMDM area.

     •    The backlogs in provision of potable water to households are being addressed through CMIP and MIG programmes. The development of water infrastructure tends to
          follow development focus areas such as mining and housing provision in NMMDM.

     •    To retain the long-term stability of the study area’s water resources, DWAF’s Water Management System needs to be implemented and co-ordinated within the
          contents of the spatial development framework for the NMMDM area.
There are four driving forces affecting surface water resources in the NMMDM area. These include climatic conditions, increased population growth, increases in mining and
industrial demand for water, policy and legislation issues. For the purposes of formulating the SDF, pressures impacting on surface water resources should also be identified.
An increase in population exerts pressure on the environmental quality and quantity of water resources. It results in greater demand for water as well as an increase in the
discharge of used water through sewerage systems and other effluents. The pressures exerted on the water resources include changed hydrology patterns in the major river
systems; the impact of mining activities on water resources; increased water demand by the agricultural sector; increased water demand in the industry sector (largely
supporting the mining and agricultural sectors) and the increasing needs of a developing tourism sector.

Surface water resources in the study area include rivers, dams, pans, wetlands and dolomitic eyes/ springs. There is a scarcity of surface water resources as many of the
resources are non-perennial. The amount of available surface water decreases from east to west in the NMMDM area. The eastern portions have higher surface water flows
than the western portions. The primary and secondary catchments of NMMDM partly fall within the boundaries of the study area.

Table : Major River Catchments in NMMDM
        Main river                      Primary               Secondary                    Tertiary
                                 Pienaars            Apies


                                 Elands              Selons                          Koster
                                                     Brakfonteinspruit
                                 Hex                 Waterkloofspruit
                                 Sterkstroom
                                 Magalies            Scheerpoort                     Nouklip-oog
Crocodile
                                                     Maloney’s Eye
                                 Swartspruit
                                 Hennops             Rietspruit
                                 Jukskei             Klein Jukskei
                                 Bloubankspruit
Limpopo                          Groot Marico        Klein Marico


Source: Midgley, et al., 1990.
Table17gives an indication of the North West Province catchments in terms of mean average runoff 10million/m 3
Table : North West Province Catchments MAR
River                         MAR (10 million m3 )

Crocodile River               209.5

Elands/ Hex River             112.3

Marico River                  125.5

Molopo River                  49.2

Mooi River                    238.9

Vaal River                    50.1
Harts River                   147.7
Source: Midgley et.al. 1994



There are 8 large impoundments (dams) within the study area. These impoundments provide water for domestic supply, mining industry, agriculture and recreation. Although
the majority of consumers in NMMDM are reliant on groundwater sources, there are however also a number of significant surface water sources that are being utilised. These
include the following:

-    The Molopo Eye- Grootfontein Water Supply Scheme which provides water to large parts of the Mafikeng Local Municipality. This scheme extracts water from the Molopo
     Eye and Modimola Dam and through the Modimola Water Treatment Works provides water to the communities of Danville, Dibate, Golfview, Goodhope, Lonely Park,
     Mafikeng, Mmabatho, Mocoseng, Montshiwa, Mothlabeng, Seweding and Ramosadi. The total estimated population served by this scheme is approximately 145 977.

-    The Molatedi-Gaborone Water Supply Scheme is located in the extreme northern parts of the Zeerust Local Municipality. The scheme provides water to the Derdepoort
     and Kopfontein border post communities through local water treatments at both these settlements. It also supplies water to Gaborone in Botswana.

-    The Ngotwane Water Supply Scheme is located in the Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality within the NMMDM. This scheme provides water to the communities of Ga-
     Seane, Lobatleng, Makgwapana (Rietgat), Tsholofelo and Driefontein. The total number of households serviced by this water scheme is approximately 2000.
-   The Motswedi Water Supply Scheme is located in the Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality. It abstracts water from the Sehujwane Dam; where after water is treated at
    the Motsedi Water Treatment Works. This scheme supplies water to the communities of Reagile, Borakolalo, Motswedi, Gopane East, Gopane West and Sebalagane. The
    total number of households serviced by this water supply scheme is approximately 4480.

-   Setumoe dam and Mafikeng treatment works, pumping via Lokaleng Pump station to Signall Hill. From Hill water is distributed into the city and peri-urban areas.

There is a substantial import of water from outside of NMMDM. This action is necessitated in the light of the fact that some of the surface water in the area is polluted to a
varying degree from mining activities (through acid mine drainage), effluent discharges, urban and agricultural runoff and from pollution sources outside the study area. The
shortage of sufficient quantities of raw water within certain geographical areas where development pressures are being experienced, contributes further to this phenomenon.
There are two major water quality problems in the study area related to eutrophication and salinisation. These problems are the direct result of excessive loads of chemicals
from agricultural, industrial and domestic sources. Eutrophication is probably the most serious problem as it has led to nuisance algal blooms and plant growths in rivers and
dams in NMMDM within certain water sources.


Groundwater Sources
Ground and surface water are integrated and interdependent as dolomitic eyes or springs are the sources of several of the major river systems. These river systems include
the Groot - Marico and Molopo Rivers. Groundwater is of vital importance in the study area as it is in many instances the only source of water for the rural population
particularly in the more arid and western region. More than 82% of the rural communities in the NMMDM depend on groundwater supply for domestic purposes. For a detailed
discussion on the water source profile in terms of quantity and quality in NMMDM, refer to the WSDP, 2003.

The State of the Environment Report (2003) identified the following driving forces impacting on groundwater quality and quantity: climate, population growth, urbanisation,
policy and legislation. As far as pressures on groundwater resources are concerned, it is influenced by two main factors: groundwater depletion and quality deterioration.
Mining activities also exert significant pressure on groundwater quality in the study area. This includes mineralization of groundwater resources, acid mine drainage from
adjacent areas and disturbance of the natural water balance. Stalinization sources in the NMMDM area also originates from the geology within the area. Some 78% of
groundwater in NMMDM is classified by DWAF (1996) to be Class 0 and Class 1 water. Within Class 0, water is of ideal quality. Class 1water depicts water that is of good
quality suitable for lifetime use with little health effects. Some 22% of groundwater falls within the Class 2 and Class 3 categories where use of such water is considered to be a
health risk.


Spatial Impact of Water Supply and Needs
The spatial impact of water supply and needs in NMMDM should be viewed against the objective as contained in the IDP. ‘To ensure that water services are provided
effectively and efficiently to all consumers within the NMMDM. The specific aim of this objective will be to ensure access to safe water supply to all communities, to ensure
provision of free basic water according to national guidelines and to provide appropriate sanitation infrastructure in line with end user affordability’.
The spatial impact (form giving) of water supply and water needs in the study area can be summarised as follows:

         (i)                    Migration patterns of the population to urban nodes, increase in numbers, increase in wealth and standard of living exerts pressure on
         available water resources. These impacts are not spread evenly over the spatial system and different impacts can be identified for certain geographical areas in the
         study area. This statement applies specifically to the water diversity position that exists between the eastern and western regions of the NMMDM area.

         (ii)                   Increase in the demand for water within the agricultural and mining sectors. Mining exerts a negative pressure on the NMMDM water
         resources not only in terms of increase in demand but also for its negative impact on the aquatic environment. These pressures also exist as far as the catchments
         areas of surface water resources in adjacent areas are concerned.

         (iii)                  There is a substantial import of water from outside the study area. Extensions to the supply schemes follow the direction of growth based on
         isolated mining activities and urban needs.

         (iv)                   Approximately 40% (communal taps) of the population in NMMDM can be classified as having access to treated (potable) water. Some 38.9%
         of the population is still reliant on untreated sources (inadequate provision) of water supply. This phenomenon is especially related to the rural components of
         NMMDM.

         (v)                    Pollution impacts negatively on water resources of the study area. Most of the pollution relates to agricultural activities, mining activities,
         effluent discharges, urban and agricultural runoff and from pollution sources from outside the NMMDM area.

         (vi)                   The backlogs in provision of potable water to households are being addressed through CMIP and MIG programmes. The development of water
         infrastructure tends to follow development focus areas such as mining and housing provision in NMMDM.

         (vii)                  To retain the long-term stability of the study area’s water resources, DWAF’s Water Management System needs to be implemented and co-
         ordinated within the contents of the spatial development framework for the NMMDM area.




Major Existing Environmental Challenges
Littering and illegal dumping of garden refuse and building rubble is evident on open plots, peri-urban areas sand in the vicinity of skips. Residents of NMMDM are faced with
environmental health risks due to pollution from the following sources:

-    Settlements Areas, e.g. litter and illegal waste dumping; smoke pollution due to wood fires mainly in the rural areas
-    The Industrial Area

-    Agriculture-related pollution, example the use of insecticides, herbicides, fertilizing nutrients leading into water bodies

-    Sewage treatment works

-    Landfill sites

-    Cement factories

Mafikeng LM produces the majority of waste due to highest population density and larger industrial area, followed by Ditsobotla, Ramotshere Moilwa, Tswaing and Ratlou
respectively.


There is a need within the NMMDM to create awareness on the impact of waste on the environment and positive attitudes towards the environment such as people taking
responsibilities towards their actions which impact negatively on the environment; enforcement of By-Laws and serious penalties for non-compliance with environmental
legislation. This situation can also be solved by availability of the NMMDM Air Quality Management Plan, backed up by the enactment of the Integrated Waste Management
Plan, which is presently a Bill. Although NMMDM has developed an Integrated Waste Management Plan [Status Quo: 2005], this plan needs to be reviewed so that it
responds to current waste and pollution issues.


The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act no 108 of 1994, guarantees the citizens and the fundamental right to environment. This means everyone has the right to
an environment that is not harmful to his/her health/well-being. It also emphasise the need to act reasonably in orders to protect the environment by preventing pollution,
promoting conservation and sustainable development, while building the economy and society.             It is for this reason that NMMDM has established an Environment/Waste
Management Sub-Unit as a component of its Planning and Development Department: Municipal Planning Unit and has also developed an Environmental Management
Framework [Status Quo: First Draft: 2005] which provides data on the state of environment of NMMDM and that also ensure that the concept of environmental sustainability is
integrated into the planning as well as decision-making processes.




Past mining activities
Past mining activities in NMMDM have resulted in environmental degradation. This is particularly the case in areas in Majemantsho. Soil mining activities for brick-making also
has damaged the land and needs rehabilitation.
Poor living conditions
Communities in informal settlements do not have adequate access to basic facilities such as sewerage and potable water.


Habitat destruction
Agricultural practices such as overstocking and overgrazing, ploughing of marginal land for crops, cutting down of trees or clearing of land for human use causes destruction of
habitats.


Veldt degradation
Land degradation includes deforestation due to cutting down of trees for domestic use; loss of vegetative cover as a result of veld trampling patterns by domestic animals; bush
encroachment due to increase of in cover of indigenous trees; invasion of alien plants; . The south-western parts of NMMDM, constituted of Tswaing and Ditsobotla LM, both
of which are characterized by commercial farming, are largely dominated by areas of degraded unimproved grassland of land.                   Thicket and bush land dominates in
Ramotshere LM, Ratlou and Mafikeng covering 1968.86 ha in general. Thickets eventually cause bush encroachment which is a serious threats in Ramotshere Moilwa.


Soil erosion
Soil erosion is a problem particularly in areas where it is associated by use of land for crop production and livestock farming practices.


Key Environmental Issues In NMMDM
           Air quality which is affected by emissions from industries and domestic activities

           Heritage resources, some of which are not properly taken care of due to lack of personnel and are thus under the threat of deterioration.

           Waste management issues which includes landfill sites permitting and proper management; eradication of illegal dumping sites; provision of essential resources for
            waste management (machinery, air quality monitoring stations; waste transfer stations etc)
           Water scarcity which is worsened by pollution of water by domestic, agriculture and industrial activities.

           Soil quality which is affected by natural resource exploitation, population mobility, population growth, climate change etc.

           Biodiversity and species conservation which is affected by continued pressures such as habitats change and environmental degradation

           Empowerment and capacity building of communities on environmental issues

           Poor environmental governance amongst spheres of government
Climate and Air Quality

Climate change contribution/Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Given the fast-paced rate of development and its associated activities, combined with growing numbers of human population in NMMDM, it is evident that
there is production of greenhouse gases that have seriously affects climate change. Climate change refers to serious disruptions of the entire world’s weather
and climate patterns, including impacts on rainfall, extreme weather events and sea level rise rather than just moderate temperature increases - most of which
have even been experienced within NMMDM itself.

Activities that contribute to climate change include:

-   Poor waste management e.g. burning of litter, pollution of wetlands, unmanaged landfill sites.
-   Transportation
-   Manufacturing/ industries
-   Deforestation
-   Agriculture, e.g. overstocking, land clearing, use of pesticides etc
-   Uncontrolled fires
Some of the emissions (although their amounts cannot be quantifiable at this stage) include:

-   Carbon dioxide (CO2) from respiration, decomposition, forest fires and burning of fossil fuels.
-   Methane (CH4) from landfill sites, garbage dumps; rice paddies; digestive tracts of ruminant animals and termites; respiration by anaerobic decomposers
    living in wetlands
-   Nitrous oxide (N2O) from microbes that break down organic matter in soils; nitrogen fertilizers; burning of fossil fuels and wood
-   Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s): Human-made compounds Ground level ozone (O3) Very small amounts naturally present in the atmosphere, this greenhouse
    gas is formed photo-chemically when nitrous oxides and volatile organic compounds in car exhausts react in sunlight.
-   used in refrigerators, air conditioners, foam products, aerosol sprays.
-   No natural sources In order to slow down the impact of climate change, the NMMDM should embark on the following measures:

-   Reduce household fuel burning, including the use of wood, coal and paraffin;

-   Reduce the demand of electricity,
-   Reducing emissions from electricity generation

-   Increase the use of renewable energy

-   Put into place air quality management programmes and pollution control technologies
Disaster Management
In terms of Disaster Management Act 57 of 2002 District municipality must establish Disaster Management Centre within its administration.


Staffing
Currently the said unit is covered in the Municipal approved structure, but with appointment of two junior staff members. The Manager / Head of the Unit are not yet appointed,
but the municipality is in a process of filling the post. In line with approved structure the staff compliment of function is as follows:

Table : Staffing
        Staff requirement                         Vacant posts                             Filled posts
                08                                    06                                        02

Appointed staff members respond to crises in the form of investigation and mitigation process. The prevention is left behind due to lack of risk assessment and identification of
hazards.



Challenges facing disaster management
   Capacity

   Human resource

   Establishment of the centre

   Disaster Management Plan

   Disaster Management Framework

   Funding
Fire and Emergency Services
This unit has a responsibility to render Fire & Emergency services directly in three Local Municipalities, and give necessary support to other two local municipalities within the
District with limited resources. The municipality is charged with offering the following services: Fire Brigade services; Rescue services; Humanitarian services. The operational
Services in this unit include: Fire fighting; Fire prevention; Rescue services; Hazmat operations


Ngaka Modiri Molema Emergency Resources

Appliances / Vehicles
Table : Indication of the Conditions of Appliances/Vehicles in NMMDM
            REGION                         TYPE OF APPLIANCE                             NUMBER                         CONDITION
1. Itsoseng                    Water tanker                                                 x1                              Fair
                               Rescue pump                                                  x1                              Bad
                               Utility vehicle                                              x2                             Good

2. Lehurutshe                  Water tanker                                                 x2                              Bad

                               Medium pump                                                  x1                              Fair

                               Rescue pump                                                  x1                              Fair

                                                                                            x1                              Fair
                               Hazmat trailer
                                                                                            x2                             Good
                               Utility vehicles
                                                                                            x1                              Fair
3. Ratlou                      Water tanker
                                                                                            x1                              Bad
                               Rescue pump
                                                                                            x1                              Bad
                               Bush fire
                                                                                            x1                             Good
                               Utility vehicles
                                                                                            x1                             Good
4. Tswaing                     Water tanker
                                                                                            x1                             Good
                               Bush fire


Human resources
The fire fighting services delivery is up to standard due to staff shortage in line with approved structure.
Table : The Number of Fire Fighters and Vacant Posts in NMMDM
        Station            Staff requirement       Vacant Posts   Filled Posts

Itsoseng                          34                   13             21
Lehurutshe                        34                   13             21
Ratlou                            34                   13             21
Tswaing                           34                   13             21
TOTAL                            136                   52             84

Support staff
Table : Fire Prevention Personnel and General Workers.
      Station              Staff requirement       Vacant posts   Filled posts
Itsoseng                            2                   1               1

Lehurutshe                        2                     1              1

Ratlou                            2                     2              0

Tswaing                           2                     2              0

Molopo                            4                     4              0


TOTAL                             12                    10             2

Challenges

    •     Human resources

    •     Fire Engines and Equipment

    •     Infrastructure

    •     Outrageous radii; and Hazmat operation
Telecommunication

Access to Telephone
Table : Access to Telephone Services by Households in the NMMDM
                                                                                Local Municipality                                                       NMMDM
                  Access                                                         Ratl
                                                  Mafikeng        Ditsobotla              Tswaing            Ramotshere Moiloa             Census Figures               %
                                                                                  ou
Telephone and Cell phone in house                    7.5              8.6         1.2           5.8                    5.4                       11389                  6.3
Telephone only in House                              5.6              6.8         2.5           4.9                    7.8                       10326                  5.7
Cell phone                                           27.0            15.6         15.5         15.2                   15.4                       35249                 19.6
Neighbour                                            3.9              6.6         5.7          10.3                   10.8                       12217                  6.8
Public Telephone                                     37.7            43.4         49.8         33.9                   43.0                       73287                 40.7
Other-nearby                                         2.2              4.3         6.6           8.5                    4.0                       7836                   4.4
Other-Not Nearby                                     4.2              4.3         8.3           6.3                    2.4                       8481                   4.7
No Access                                            12.1            10.2         10.3         15.1                   11.1                       21112                 11.7
Total                                                100             100          100          100                    100                       179897                 100


Table 23: shows that about 11.7% of the households in the NMMDM had no access to telephone. The situation was worse in Tswaing local municipality, where 15.1% of the
household did not have access to telephone. At the provincial level, only 18% of households in the North West Province have in-house access to a telephone or a cellular
phone. Conversely, as much as 35% of households are reliant on access to public phones.                The proportion of households with no access to telecommunication is
approximately 19%. The comparative levels of access to telecommunication in the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY is even lower than the overall figure
of the North West Province with only 15% of households having in-house access to telephone or a cellular phone. The proportion with access to public phone in close proximity
to the NMMDM is 45% and the proportion of households with no access to telecommunication infrastructure at all is as high as 31%. Planning and distribution of cell phone
masts and other landline and broadband technology based will assist in improving the current levels of services. The limited availability of telecommunication infrastructure is
most notable in Ratlou Local Municipality where nearly 70% of households are without access to telecommunication infrastructure. The importance of public phones as general
means of telecommunication is further depicted by the high proportion of households in the other four Local Municipalities, which are reliant on this type of infrastructure. As far
as in-house access and telecommunication and cellular phones are concerned, the high proportions are concentrated in the Ditsobotla and Mafikeng Local Municipalities.
KPA 2: LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Socio – Economic Development and Livelihoods

Unemployment and Poverty Analysis
Community Survey (2007) indicates that nearly 75% of all households in the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY earn less than R1 500 per month. The
spatial distribution of household income patterns also clearly illustrates the very low levels of income and affordability in the rural areas, especially in the northern and south-
western parts of the NMMDM. This trend is also illustrated by the comparative income figure for the various Local Municipalities in the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT
MUNICIPALITY. In the case of the Ratlou Local Municipality, approximately 88% of all Households earn less than R1500 per month. This is followed by the Tswaing and
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipalities, where 82.4% and 78% of households earn less than R1 500 per month respectively. The figures for Ditsobotla (70.8%) and Mafikeng
Local Municipality (66.2%) are indicative of slightly higher average household incomes. The very low income levels in Ratlou and Tswaing Local Municipalities are further
illustrated by the fact that only 4.6% and 8.8% of the households respectively earn more than R3 500 per month (see also figure 2.4)


Employment Profile of the Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality

Table : The Employment Status of the District Municipality
Definition                                              Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
                                                  Survey Figures                              Percentages
Not economically active                              261 917.1                                     57.9
Employed
                                                     137 980.5                                     30.5
Unemployed
                                                      52 334.7                                     11.6
TOTAL                                                452 232.3                                     100
Source: General Household Survey (2006)
The table above shows that NMMDM has a high number of people who are not economically active (57.9%), followed by 30.5% of employed people and only 11.6% of
unemployed. It is indicated that the number of employed people is more than unemployed people with 18.9%. However, there is a need for the Municipality to make a plan to
accommodate those who are not economically active.




Figure : Percentage of Unemployed Map
The number of people employed (137980) signifies the challenge that the District and its five local municipalities are faced with in terms of job creation. NMMDM’s objectives
are to maximize social development and economic growth. In terms of unemployment rate Ratlou has the highest rate (63.8%), followed by Zeerust (53.6%), then Mafikeng
(49.3%). Tswaing (34.3%) has the lowest unemployment in NMMDM.


Education Profile and Literacy Levels
The educational profile of the Ngaka Modiri Molema District indicates a high level of low education and accompanying low skill and education levels. According to StatsSA
(2007) statistics indicate that the level of functional literacy (proportion of the population older than 20 years of age completed primary education) in the NMMDM is only 35%.
This figure is also significantly lower than the comparative figure for the North West Province, which is approximately 40%. A further characteristic is that less than 2.5% of the
total population in the NMMDM has received any form of tertiary education. The Department of education is making great strides in meeting the educational needs of the
people of the district, through providing facilities and training teachers as well filling the skill gap in collaboration with the Department of labour as well as social development.
The following statistics explain the status quo of within the educational profile.

Table : Education Profile and Literacy Levels
               Gr 0      Gr 1     Gr 2      Gr 3     Gr 4     Gr 5      Gr 6         Gr 7           Gr 8       Gr 9         Gr       Grade       Grade   Gra       No       Unspecified
                                                                                                                        10//NTC I   11/NTC II   12/Std   de     schooling
                                                                                                                                                10/NTC   12/
                                                                                                                                                   III   Std
                                                                                                                                                10
                                                                                                                                               (wit
                                                                                                                                                 h
                                                                                                                                   (without
                                                                                                                                               uni
                                                                                                                                   universit
                                                                                                                                               ver
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                                                                                                                                   exemptio
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Ratlou Local
Municipality     353       1 392     2 241   2 435     2 988   2 258   3 332         2 337      2 854    2 590   2 585    2 348     2 108      401    13 669   150
Tswaing
Local
Municipality      41        513      1 425   2 097     1 959   1 483   2 454         2 403      1 964    1 527   2 616    1 862     3 319      624    10 103    52
 Mafikeng
Local                                                                                                                                           6
Municipality     737       2 597     2 824   4 784     5 952   5 782   8 389         8 694      12 466   9 281   10 590   10 178    21 246     186    20 093   1 345
Ditsobotla
Local                                                                                                                                           1
Municipality     398       1 887     3 773   4 975     6 926   5 509   7 193         6 525      7 586    5 534   7 327    3 756     11 673     726    24 206   787
Ramotshere
Moiloa Local
Municipality     113        518      1 204   2 799     3 522   3 867   3 503         5 135      3 854    3 657   5 232    4 221     8 492      834    15 114    28
Source: Community Survey, 2007


Economic Development: Size and Structure of the Local Economy

Agriculture
In this domain the district has engaged in the following measures:
• Improve farming practices in the tribal areas – moving from subsistence to commercial practices.
• Investigate new intensive farming practices in water rich areas.
• Improve food security through the development of vegetable gardens.
• Integrate support schemes and financial assistance by all relevant stakeholders.
• Facilitate establishment of training institutions.
• Facilitate the skills transfer from commercial to emerging farmers
• Promotion of land preservation awareness campaigns.
• Facilitate preservation projects


Rural Community Development
• Develop database of existing projects.
• Assess the success of existing projects with a view to providing assistance.
• Facilitate integrated support network.
• Establishment of funding network


Mining Development and Beneficiation

• Establish an incubator support structure that can be used to beneficiate small and medium scale operators.
• Create the necessary supporting infrastructure to the mining industry.
• Encourage/promote private sector development.
• Facilitate access to minerals to small and medium scale operators.


Tourism Development

• Promote skills development in hospitality industry.
• Market NMMDM as tourist destination.
• Promote/develop acknowledged holiday destinations.
• Promote/develop cultural and heritage sites.
• Promote/develop wildlife reserves.
• Promote/develop Mafikeng as business/government services hubs.
• Develop NMMDM Tourism Plan


Financial, Personal and Community Services

• Facilitate representation from all government departments in Mafikeng in enhancing community services.
• Facilitate housing provision.
• Develop supporting infrastructure to new settlements
• Promote expansion of University and Colleges to enhance skills development.
• Facilitate support for Service providers
Manufacturing and Agro Processing

• Promote the expansion of Multi/ National cement factories.
• Promote industrial investment through intensive marketing campaign, focusing on the airport hub.
• Facilitate operationalization of bio-diesel and other organic fuels
• Facilitate the development of value adding through meat processing.
• Provide supporting infrastructure to major investments.
• Promote food processing initiatives
• Create Manufacturing forum that will seek to capitalize on joint bargaining benefits


Promotion of Trade

• Promote the establishment of public private partnerships
• Facilitation of BEE
• Develop incentives to encourage businesses to relocate to NMMDM
• Market NMMDM as investment friendly area
• Develop route between Mafikeng and Botswana in support of trade development.
• Promote local trade and impact replacement through awareness strategies.
• Provide supporting infrastructure for the development of trade nodes in rural areas.
• Facilitate skills development and entrepreneurship development.


SMME Development

• Develop local business support centres.
• Develop entrepreneurial awareness program.
• Develop funding schemes to assist the SMME’s.
• Develop partnerships with commercial banks to fund business ventures.
• Develop incubation centres throughout the municipalities.
• Work with institutions with resources that offer mentorship facilities to SMME’s.
KPA 3: FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT
There are currently challenges facing the local municipalities with regard to budgeting and financial management. These come in the wake of non availability of adopted
budget-related policies and poor cost delivery where there is material under-collection of revenue. Lack of asset management and uneconomical use of resources are other
challenges facing the local municipalities.
The general observed trends in respect to limitations of the current IDP indicated the following experiences:

•   There is need to move away from seasonal and centralized approach to IDP assessment and introduce continuous engagement method.

•   The post – 1994 period, created a passive “recipient” mindset which remains a barrier to more recent participative planning systems including budget presentations.

•   To move away from checklist approach and introduce a logical framework approach.
•   To move away from assessment of operational elements and focus on matters of strategic thinking and strategic planning.

•   To move away from document based assessment and introduce facts based assessment.

A brief analysis of specific finance functions is articulated below:


Revenue Management
The key challenge is to maximise the municipality’s revenue. The District Municipality currently relies on grants for income ever since the establishment of RSC levies. There is
a need to urgently review and adopt the Investment Policy. A need again exists to implement an efficient and effective cost recovery system and processes. The Municipality
has however been able to collect all grants confirmed to it.


Expenditure Management/Supply Chain
The Municipality is currently implementing the Supply Chain Management Policy as prescribed by the MFMA and its regulations. The functioning of Supply Chain Committees
has added value to the support function although the lead time in respect of advertising and consequently awarding the bids needs little improvement. There is a need to fill the
vacancy gap in the structure of the Supply Chain Section. In its procurement of goods and services, NMMDM has to embraced the spirit and principles of the Local Economic
Development Strategy, which speaks to the development of business within the District. Creditors’ accounts are paid within 30 days from the date of submission of invoice. The
challenge is to strengthen the Contract Management for the benefit of and adding value for money. Furthermore, a need exists for the section to establish a refined centralized
filling system to deal with supporting documents, VAT input and contracted suppliers.


Asset Management
The finance department is still in pursuit of the GAMAP/GRAP compliant asset register that would be updated on a monthly basis. The institution has adopted its Asset
Management Policy which will enable us to conduct verification, reconciliation, depreciation and other related processes ranging from acquisition to disposal. The
implementation of the policy will enhance the ability of the Municipality in future planning and reporting.


Liability Management
The Municipality has two long term loans which were contracted in aid of water reticulation/sanitation in the Ditsobotla Local Municipality. The loan repayment is well on
schedule although there is a strong feeling that if the said loan could be settled, then the Municipality will save a lot with regard to interest accrued. The Municipality is however
concerned with the utilization of overdrafts by local municipalities in settling their recurrent costs. It is an indication that the current ratio is not at acceptable levels. A scoping
exercise would be an immediate sought-after intervention to address this anomaly.
Budget and Treasury Management
The budget process is guided by National Treasury circular no. 45 titled 2008/09 MTREF budget. The municipality has adopted a budget process plan which encapsulates
Schedule of Key Deadlines for the preparation thereof. Although the IDP Framework was presented late after the adoption of the Budget Process Plan, an adjustment was
made to provide for the alignment of the two processes. For 2007/08 the budget was tabled and adopted within the prescribed framework of Municipal Finance Management
Act. In terms of the circular no. 45, the growth parameters over the medium term and for the Municipal financial year 2008/09 are clearly indicated. The latest Section 216 of
the Constitution provides for the National Governance to transfer resources to municipalities in terms of the Annual Division of Revenue Act.

To assist in exercising powers and performing their allocations. The only concern is that an enacted allocation of water operating subsidy still directed to the Water Board
although we are expected to subsidize Free Basic Services. The budget for 2009/10 financial year aligned to the IDP but the IDP had gaps of not providing for outer years as
prescribed by the principles MTREF. Emanating from a forum where powers and functions were articulated, there is a need to improve our allocated efficiency. It therefore
dictates for us as municipality to budget in line with our powers and functions because it is our responsibility to provide Free Basic Service in that regard. Our current
Operational Expenditure % to our Capital Budget stands at 41% divided by 59%.




Audited Reports


Table : Financial Performance
     FINANCIAL YEARS                 ADVERSE              DISCLAIMER              QUALIFIED              UNQUALIFIED
2004/05                                   X
2005/06                                   X
2006/07                                                         X
2007/08                                                                                 X
2008/09 – pending
KPA 5: MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Settlements, Wards and Leaders
The five local municipalities comprising the District are divided into wards with the Mafikeng Local Municipality having the lion’s share of 28 wards and 280 ward
committee members. The smallest local municipality in terms of wards and ward committee members is Ratlou Local Municipality having 12 wards and 120 ward
committee members. Table 11 shows the local municipalities as well as the number of wards and ward committee members.

Table : Number of Wards and Ward Committee Members per Local Municipality
Name of local municipality               No of Wards                  No. of ward committee members
Mafikeng                                     28                                     280
Ditsobotla                                   19                                     190
Ramotshere-Moiloa                            17                                     170
Tswaing                                      13                                     130
Ratlou                                       12                                     120
6. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE OF NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

OFFICE ACCOMODATION
The existing Employees and councillors are currently housed at the main building in Carrington & First Avenue and at the three regional offices and four fire stations at
Lehurutshe, Itsoseng and Molopo. The PIMSS sector is housed in a private property at Shippard Street, while the Project Management Unit as well as technical services are
housed at a private property at the Riviera Park.



SWOT ANALYSIS OF ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE


TECHNICAL SERVICES

   STRENGTH                                                                 WEAKNESS
1. It covers all powers and functions                                       1. Technical services structure not aligned to powers and functions.




COMMUNICATION
   STRENGTH                                                                 WEAKNESS
1. Internal Communication sub unit in place                                 1.Failure to disseminate information to other staff members through regular
                                                                            meetings
                                                                            2.No internal news letter
                                                                            3. No communication strategy (internal & external)




Decision Making Process
   STRENGTH                                                                 WEAKNESS
1. Regular Council, Portfolio, Management and Staff assembly are held.   1. Decisions taken are not fully implemented.
2. Have clear hierarchical decision making process.                      2. Resolutions at meetings are not properly summarized.




Human Resource Management
    STRENGTH                                                             WEAKNESS
1. Skilled employees.                                                    1. High staff turnover of staff in strategic positions.
2. H.R policies.                                                         2. No staff retention strategy.
                                                                         3. Low staff morale.
                                                                         5. E.E Plan not properly addressed.
                                                                         6. Workplace risk assessment not conducted.
                                                                         7. Lack of policy implementation.
                                                                         8. Lack of proper remuneration for employees in service delivery departments.
                                                                         (Retention in the same department).
                                                                         9. No skills audit conducted




Equipment/Material
   STRENGTH                                                              WEAKNESS
1. Have basic equipments/material to assist us in service delivery.      1. Shortage of municipal fleet.
                                                                         2. Insufficient recording devices.
                                                                         3. Inadequate research facilities.
                                                                         4. Lack of proper asset disposal system.



Policies, Procedures and by-laws
   STRENGTH                                                              WEAKNESS
1. Draft policies are available.                                      1. Lack of financial management policies.
                                                                      2. Lack of by-laws.
                                                                      3. No workshops on approved policies.




Administration
    STRENGTH                                                          WEAKNESS
1. Information management system in place                             1. Inadequate office space.
                                                                      2. Lack of council secretariat.
                                                                      3. Offices are inadequate and inhabitable.
                                                                      4. Lack of integrated records management systems.
                                                                      5. Inaccessibility of our offices by disabled persons.




Complaint Management System
    STRENGTH                                                          WEAKNESS

    1.   Manual complaints register in place                          1. Lack of proper monitoring of the manual system.
                                                                      2. Customer surveys not conducted.
    2.   Draft customer care policy in place.                         4. No anti-corruption and fraud hotline.

    3.   Quarterly reports are submitted to committees and Council.




I.T and other Systems
    STRENGTH                                                          WEAKNESS
    1.   Fully functional I.T unit and staffed.                    1.   Not all offices have access to internet.

    2.   IT support provided without use of consultants            2.   I.T systems not fully utilized (e.g. Collaborator, e-mail and website)

    3.   Financial system (venus & payday) fully operational       3.   No regular updates to the website

                                                                   4.   Master System Plan not completed

                                                                   5.   Disaster Recovery Plan not done




Performance Management
   STRENGTH                                                    WEAKNESS
1. PMS framework in place.                                     1. IDP, Budget and PMS not aligned.
2. Reporting systems in place.                                 2. No quarterly assessment and reviews conducted.
3 Technical SDBIP’s place.                                     3. No performance audit.
4. Draft performance contracts.                                4. No commitment to finalization of the system.
                                                               5. Draft PA’s not discussed and finalized.
                                                               6. No feedback on performance given.



Industrial Relations
    STRENGTH                                                   WEAKNESS
1. LLF in place.                                               1. Structures not properly used.
2. Open door policy.                                           2. Inconsistency in employee treatment (Lack of implementation of policies).
                                                               3. Job Evaluation outstanding for a long time
Delegated Functions and Powers.
    STRENGTH                      WEAKNESS
1. Delegation system in place.    1. Lack of implementation of the systems.
                                  2. Lack of reporting in relation to delegation system.
MUNICIPAL ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE



                                                        Municipal Council




                                                       Mayoral Committee




                                                        Executive Mayor




                                                      Municipal Manager




                                                                                                                               Executive Manager
   Executive Manager   Executive Manager:   Executive Manager: EM           Executive Manager:
                                                                                                 Office of Executive Mayor        Infrastructure
    Support Services   Community Service        Management                       Finance
                                                                                                                             Development & Planning
                                                                                                                             EM Management
                                                                                                                             Support Services
                                                                                                                                     C .Malefo
                                                                                                                                                                   Secretary
                                                                                                                                                                    Hoffman




                 Manager Labour                                                   Manager                                           Manager                        Manager Legal                                                  Manager
                    Relation                                                   Human Resource                                     Administration                      Mr. Ma teb esi                                         IT Support Services
                       I. Mekoa                                                        B.G . Maha pe                                D. Ramotsoela                                                                                   Mogotsi


                                                                                                                                                                                         Legal                                                     Systems
                                                                                                                                                                                       Secretary                                                Administrator
EAP Officer        Labour Relation          Occupational                HR Officer                 SDF Skill                                                                                                                                     sekgarametso
  (Va cant)           Officer              Health & Safety                N. Mola le             Development
                       (Vaca nt)                   (Va cant)                                           D. Selegelo                                     Policy              Legal             Legal
                                                                                                                                                    Development           Officer          Compliance
                                                                                                                                                     Coordinator          Vacant             Officer                   I.T. Support           I.T. Support
                                                                                                                                                       Mahole
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Technician             Technician
                                                                                        Training Co-                 Training Co-                                                                                      O . Itumenleng           (Vaca nt)
                                                                                          ordinator                    ordinator
                                                                                                                      M. Medupe



                                                                                                                                                                Office Space &                          Fleet                            Customer Care
                                                                                                                                                                Maintenance                          Management
              Leave Clerk              Benefit                   HR Clerk                     Council Support
                                     admin/Pay                 Recruitment
                                      roll Clerk                Selection
                                      (VA CA NT)                B. Moep eng                                                         Records                    Property                            Transport Officer
                                                                                                                                  Management               Management Officer                           Mr. Nca pedi                     Customer Care
                                                                                               Senior Admin                                                                                                                                Operator
                                                                                                                                                                    (Vacant)
                                                                                              Officer (Vacant)
                                     Filing Clerk

                                                                                                                                    Records
                                                                                                                                                          Supervisor/Cleaner/G                      Transport Clerk                      Receptionist X4
                                                                                               Admin Officer                        Officer B.                                                           (Vacant)
                                                                                                       T. A frika                      Ttsetse
                                                                                                                                                                ardener                                                                     (2new)
                                                                                                                                                                  P.G. Modibedi



                                                                                                                                  Records Clerk
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Messenger/Driver
                                                                                                                                     Mr. Moab i        General                General
                                                                                                 Committee                                                                                               x5
                                                                                                  Clerk X4                                              Worker                Worker               Mr. Metse Mr. Ma retlwa
                                                                                                L. Sedika F.Booi                                      Cleaner X14           Gardener X11                Mr. Senne Mr.
                                                                                               M. Van Rooyen G.                                                                                          Mokgatla
                                                                                                   Esterhuizen




                                                                                               Printing Room
                                                                                                 Operator
                                                                                                       (Vaca nt)
                                                                                              MUNICIPAL MANAGER
                     PIMMS                                                                          (Vacant)
                     CENTRE
                                                                         PA                                             Secretary
                                                                      Kgantsi D.                                          Meyer A .



              IGR / COM                                                                           IDP & PMS                                                                     AUDIT
                                                                                                   Manager
                                                                                                   (Va cant)


                                                                                 Senior                           Secretary
                            Secretary                                         Administrative                       (Va cant)                                                  Chief Audit
                             (Va cant)                                         IDP & PMS                                                                                      Executive
                                                                                                                                                                                (Va cant)


                                                                                                                                                                                                       Secretary
                                                                                                                                                                                                        (Vaca nt)
                                                                                 PMS                 IDP             Data
                                                                              Coordinator          Planner         A nalysts
                                                                                   Romantsi        Nyirend a S.


                                                                                                                                                  @Audit          @Audit               @Audit          @Audit
   IGR         Researcher          External           International                                                                              Executive       Executive            Executive       Executive
Coordinator     (Vacant)        Communication        Communication
                                    Kgosiema ng M.      Makgoba S .



                                                                                                                                        Snr.            Snr.         Snr.              Snr.         Snr.              Snr.
                                                                                                                                      Internal        Internal     Internal          Internal     Internal          Internal
                                                                                                                                      Auditor         Auditor      Auditor           Auditor      Auditor           Auditor
                                                                                                                                       Ndiyaza          Moloi      Mahole            Moleka ne    Dhejane           Mp inga




                                                                                                                                      Internal        Internal     Internal          Internal      Internal           Internal
                                                                                                                                      Auditor         Auditor      Auditor           Auditor       Auditor            Auditor
                                                                                                             Executive Manager
                                                                                                             Community Services


                                                                                                                                              Secretary to the
                                                                                                                                            Executive Manager
                                                                                                                                                 Thabeng




                               Fire & Rescue Services                                                             Disaster Risk                        Municipal Health &                     Political Support                         Led & Tourism
                                    (District Chief)                                                             Management                            Environment Man.                         (Manager)                                Promotion
                                            K w ena                                                                  (Head) S temmer                       (Manager) Moleofa ne                   Boikanyo                              (Ma na ger)Matladi



                Clerk                                                     1x Petrol
                                                                      A ttendant L11                     Secretary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Co-ordinator                Co-ordinator
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Tourism                     Mining,
Ramotshere                 Ratlou                                                                                                                                                                                       Promotion                 Manufacturing,
                                                                     Tswaing             Ditsobotla              8x Disaster                     Municipal              Environment                                           Ditsela
  Moiloa                   Region                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Agriculture &
                                                                      Region              Region             Management Officers               Health Services          Management
  Region                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SMME
                                                                                                               Moile; Molamu                                            Co-ordinator                                                              Development
                                                                                                                      (6 x Vacant)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        (Va ca nt)

                          4x Assistant Chief Fire Officers L4
                                                                                                               10x Response A id
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Personal                               LED Officer
                                                                              4x Divisional Commander               Workers
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Assistant X3                               Montsho
                                                                                     (Fire Prev) L6                                                                                                           Ma tebane
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Mokoto
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Lumka
                   4x Divisional Commander (Operations) L6
                                          1 X Vacant
                                                                                                                                                                               Driver VIP                    Secretary X3
                                                                                                                                                                              Protector X2                       Moleko
                                                                                                                                                                                  Molema                     Tlhotlhomisang
                                                                            4x Dispacher
                                                                                                                                                                                                               (1x Vaca nt)
                                                                                  L11


                                                                                                                                                                       Public Participation       Admin              Special Project
                                                                                                                                                                         Co-ordinator             Officer             Co-ordinator
                                                                                                                                                                             (Vacant)             (Vacant)
   1x Station O fficer       1x Station O fficer       1x Station O fficer        1x Station O fficer
           L7

      1x Platoon                1x Platoon                1xplatoon                  1xp latoon                                                                                                                     Political Advisor
    Commander L8               Commander                 Commander                  Commander

      1x Senior Fire            1x Senior Fire            1xsenior Fire              1x Senior Fire
         Fighter                   Fighter                  Fighter                     Fighter

   8x Fire Fighter L10         8x Fire Fighters          8x Fire Fighters           8x Fire Fighters
                                                                                                                                Ward                Ward                     Ward                 Ward                     Ward
   Junior Fire Fighters                                                                                                      Committee           Committee                Committee           Committee                Committee
                             Junior Fire Fighters      Junior Fire Fighters       Junior Fire Fighters
           L11                                                                                                                Facilitator         Facilitator              Facilitator         Facilitator              Facilitator
                                                                                                                             (Mafikeng)            (Ratlou)              (Ramotshere)         (Ditsobotla)              (Tswaing)
   Trainee Fire Fighter                                                          Trainee Fire Fighter
                             Trainee Fire Fighter      Trainee Fire Fighter
          L12
                                                                       FINANCE



                                                                 Chief Financial Officer
                                                                       Semenya P.A



                                                                                                          Secretary
                                                                                                          Mogomotsi B.L




              Manager: Supply                                     Manager Budget &                                                          Manager Income
                  Chain                                           A sset Management                                                          & Expenditure
                    Inno M.J                                            Nchelang K                                                                     Nko H.




              Chief A ccountant                                    Chief A ccountant                                                        Chief A ccountant



              Senior A ccountant                                  Senior A ccountant                                                              Senior
                                                                    Budget & Asset
                Supply Chain                                                                                                                    Accountant
                   (Vacant)                                         Management                                                                      Molefe N.
                                                                         (Vacant)



                                                                                                                                              Senior A dmin
                                                                                                                                              Officer Vacant
  Logistics     Demand and            Bidding     Reporting &           Budget             A sset
Management       Acquisition       Management         A FS            Accountant       Management
A ccountant     Management         A ccountant    A ccountant          Mothw a O .R     A ccounting                         Projects        Payroll                A ssistant          A ssit. A dmin
  (Vacant)      A ccountant          (Vacant)       (Vaca nt)                                Moabi B.J                    A ccountant    A ccountant              Accountant              Officer
                   (Vacant)                                                                                                               Moroka K.R




  Assistant       A ssistant         A ssistant     A ssistant         A ssistant            A ssistant                     A ssistant     Assistant
                                                                                                                                                                     Cashier
A ccountant      Accountant        A ccountant    A ccountant         Accountant           A ccountant                    A ccountant    A ccountant
   Nkgwe                             Moetaesi       (Vacant)             (Vacant)            (Vacant)                                                                                  Supervisor
                   Moselakae
                                                                                                                                                                                     General Workers
                                                                                                                                                                                         Finca
                                                                                                                             Clerk          Clerk               Cashier/ Enquiries
                                                                                                                                          Mogotsi M.
   Clerk            Clerk             Clerk          Clerks              Clerks
  Setlhoko        Mahommed           (Vacant)       (Vacant)             (Vacant)

                                                                                                                           Clerks x2     Filling Clerk            Receptionist       General Workers
                                                                                                                            (Vacant)     Mogobiyana E.             Mefane Serame
                                                                                                     Infrastructure
                                                                                                Development & Planning


                           Man. Water Services                                                                                                                                    Man. PMU
                                Nthutang                                                                                   Secretary                                              Malimabe
                                                                                                                            Vacant
                                                                                                                                                                                               Data Capturer/A dmin Officer
    A dmin Clerk                                       2X Water Mng.
    Manonyane                                         System Operator
                                                                                                                                                                                                        CLO Matladi


   Operation &                      Water Quality            Geo-hydrologist             Chief Eng (PL2)                                   Project Man.                  Project Man.                 Technicians
 Maintenance 2x                      Specialist                    (Vacant)               Design & PM                                                                                           Malgas;Sehole & Malefane
      Chief                                Modiba
 Eng/Technologist
       W/S                          Water Quality            Geo-hydrologist                                                                                                              Man. Roads
                                     Technician                Technician                                                                                                                Mosimanegape
                                      Tlhoaele                     (Vacant)


                                  2X Technical A ss.        2X Technical A ss.                                                             Transportation Engineer                Technician/Snr        Technician/Snr          GIS                Town &
                                   Water Quality             Geo-hydrology                                                                   Water Mng. System                     Mechanical            Mechanical           Specialist          Regional
                                      Senwedi                      (Vacant)
                                                                                                                                              Operator (Vacant)                                             Selelo            Makgale              Planner
                                           1 Vacant


                                                                                                                                       Database                Technician Civil
                                                                                                                                      administrator                 Mecha                                 Mechanic
                                                                                                                                       / Transport            Vacantnical (PL3)                             Kole                            GIS Chief
                                                                                                                                         Planner                2X Water Mng.                                                              Technician
                                                                                                                                         Lebitse               System Operator
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Assistant
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mechanic
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sambae                      GIS Technicial X2
                                                                                                                                                                         Clerk
    Ratlou LM Snr.                 Tswaing LM                   Mafikeng LM                  Ditsobotla LM              Ramotshere LM               2X                   Dijo
       Civil Eng                  Snr. Civil Eng                Snr. Civil Eng               Snr. Civil Eng              Snr. Civil Eng         Electricia
      Technicial                    Technicial                   Technicial                    Technicial                 Technicial             ns (PL5)
                                  Water Quality                 Water Quality                Water Quality               Water Quality                                     Snr Foreman                   Foreman
                                 Specialist (PL2)              Specialist (PL2)             Specialist (PL2)            Specialist (PL2)                                       Ntasi                       Taile                       Data Capturer



    Technical Ass.                Technical Ass.                Technical Ass.               Technical Ass.             Technical Ass.                           Grader                   Snr. Driver
                                    Clerk (PL3)                   Clerk (PL3)                 Clerk (PL3)                Clerk (PL3)                            Operator                  Operator
                                                                                                                                                                Mogorosi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3X Grader
    Snr. Foreman                  Snr. Foreman                  Snr. Foreman                 Snr. Foreman                Snr. Foreman                                                                                Operators
                                                                                                                                                                 Loader                                             Mokhuane;
                                                                                                                                                                Operator                                           Anders; Lephoi
                                                                                                                                                                Ngwane
       4X Team                       2X Team                       4X Team                      3X Team                    5X Team                                                                                 2X Road Workers
       Leaders                       Leaders                       Leaders                      Leaders                    Leaders                            Tractor Driver                                             Aid
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Chipalanga;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pitse
20X Water      2X Truck       10X Water        2X Truck     20X Water         2X Truck     15X Water       2X Truck     20X Water        2X Truck
   Aid         Drivers           Aid           Drivers         Aid            Drivers         Aid          Drivers         Aid           Drivers
 Workers          1X           Workers        1X Vacant      Workers      2X Vacant         Workers       1X Vacant      Workers        1X Vacant            5x Truck Drivers
Aid (PL12)     Vacant          2X Road                       2X Road                       Aid (PL12)     20X Water     Aid (PL12)                              2x Vacant
              Aid (PL12)       Workers                       Workers                                         Aid
                              Aid (PL12)                    Aid (PL12)                                     Workers
                                                                                                          Aid (PL12)
                                                                                                                                                               2X Road
                                                                                                                                                              Workers Aid
                                                                          3X Truck                         4X Truck                     3X Truck
               3X Truck                        3X Truck                                                   Driver Ass.
                Driver                          Driver                     Driver                                                        Driver
                 Ass.                            Ass.                       Ass.                                                          Ass.
7. SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES
    1. 11
There is strong evidence of a mismatch between where people live and where they work (specifically at Local Municipality Level), therefore affecting the provision of effective and
efficient transportation services.
Majority of people residing in the province reside on tribal, state or tribal / state owned land, therefore to a large extent people do not own private property. The province sees the land
reform initiative by national government as a means to rectify this.
As a predominantly rural province, the North West Province does not have sufficient spatial guidelines for rural development at a local level.


Points of Departure

       • Promote investment along existing and new corridors.
       • Promote investment within defined nodes.
       • Promote investment that contributes to regeneration and renewal.
       • Promote investment in industrial hubs and introduce incentives.
       • Provide sufficient, affordable, reliable infrastructure services.
       • Encourage rural settlement along road networks and existing Infrastructure.
       • Undertake skills development and maintain an updates skills database within the District, incorporating EPWP and AsgiSA principles.
       • Establish a Shared Services Centre as a seat of capacity building and fast-tracking of delivery.
       • Establish and promote PPPs.
       • Establish cooperatives to maximise economic opportunities in the agricultural sector.
       • Preserve and protect the natural environment through the application of appropriate conservation management.
       • Regularly maintain and upgrade existing infrastructure.
       • Promote cultural and community based tourism.
       • Promote integrated tourism development


Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
The Macro Spatial Development Framework reflect the following information in terms of GIS overlays and information


Hierarchy of Urban Nodes

       • Priority One Investment Areas
       • Priority Two Investment Areas
       • Priority Three Investment Areas


Functional urban areas classified as a range of nodes
To reach and sustain a 6% economic growth rate, resources and collaborative government action should be concentrated on maintaining and growing the economy in the locations
currently contributing 83% of the provincial Geographic Value Added product (GVA). These functional urban areas together with their catchments areas are ALSO home to the majority
of people living below the MLL thus by investing in these areas the bulk of those living in poverty in the Province will be reached. These areas present the areas of existing economic
activities within a 60km radius from urban core areas in terms of competitive advantage and are defined in terms of:
       • Potential, i.e. the capacity that the node possesses for development related to accessibility, labour force, economic and social capital and location relative to markets.
       • Critical mass, i.e. the size, concentration and characteristics of the population that enables a range of services and facilities to be supported, which in turn can attract and
          support higher levels of economic activity.

       • Gateways, i.e. the strategic location to a surrounding area that can boost and facilitate hubs which can have a positive effect on the surrounding area.
       • Linkages, i.e. the inherent location of the nodes that enables the moving of people and goods, energy and information.
       • Parity, ie. The potential that the node displays in providing its inhabitants to access to infrastructure and knowledge.
Furthermore, specific sectors like mining, quarrying and agriculture in functional urban areas become more prominent when assessed and included in terms of the total catchments
area. This can be illustrated when for instance the Rustenburg core urban area’s contribution of 2,6% to national GVA in the mining and quarrying sector are increased to
approximately 22% of the national GVA in mining and quarrying in 2004 when the 60 km radius catchment area(functional urban area) is taken into consideration.

The functional urban areas classified as a hierarchy of nodes are:
Primary Nodes:                    Rustenburg, Madibeng, Mogwase, Odi Moretele, Potchefstroom, Kleksdorp, , Lichtenburg, Mafikeng
Secondary Nodes:                  Zeerust, Coligny, Sannieshof, Schweizer Reneke, Bloemhof, Makwassie, Vryburg, Ganyesa, Taung
Tertiary Nodes:                   Koster, Swartruggens, Ventersdorp, Tosca, Zeerust, Setlagole




Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
Figure : Hierarchy of rural nodes (500 Units and larger)




Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
Corridors and Transport Infrastructure


Transport Infrastructure


        •    Main Corridors
        •    Freight Corridors
        •    Public Transport Corridors
        •    Tourism Corridors

The following corridors must be reinforced:

Roads

       • The Platinum Corridor is focused on the North West portion of the East West Corridor that links Maputo in the East with Walvisbay in the West through Nelspruit-Pretoria-
            Rustenburg-Lobatse-Windhoek.
       • The Treasure Corridor is strengthening developments from Johannesburg to Potchefstroom, Klerksdorp and further south along the N12 national road.
       • The Western Corridor is intended to strengthen a North- South initiative from SADCC through Botswana southwards. This corridor simultaneously links the Platinum Corridor
            with the Treasure corridor through the Mafikeng airport and industrial zone and the Taung irrigation scheme and promoting the development and growth in between.
       • Proposed new corridor from Potchefstroom    through Ventersdorp, Coligny, Lichtenburg to Mafikeng to Botswana to promote North South interaction to markets and mobility

Figure : Transportation Corridors




Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
Tourism Corridors

The Tourism Master Plan (TMP) identifies the following tourism products and flagship projects which will focus on key routes and nodes
       • N12 Treasure route and Platinum visitor centre
       • Archaeology and palaeontology route (Cradle Humankind, Taung)
       • Geological route (eg. Vredefort dome, Magaliesberg, mining areas, dolomitic eyes, etc)
       • Wildlife routes (eg. PNP-Heritage Park-Madikwe)
       • Birding routes (eg. Molopo, Barberspan, Borakalalo, etc)
       • Angling route (eg. Bloemhof dam, Klipvoordam, Vaalkopdam)
       • Vredefort dome
       • Magaliesberg mountain area and Crocodile river catchment initiative
       • The national Highveld Park situated west of Tlokwe
       • Pilansberg (Sun City Complex

Figure : Tourism Corridors




Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality IDP 2010/2011
8. ON – CORE FUNCTIONS

HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

HEALTH

HIV/AIDS Situation in the NMMDM
Like with all other municipalities in the North West province and the country at large, HIV/AIDS is a major problem. Table 2.12 shows the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the
province.

Table : North West Province and National HIV Prevalence Trends
           YEAR                             North-West Province %                          NATIONAL %

1994                                                       6.7                                 7.6
1995                                                       8.3                                 10.4
1996
                                                          25.1                                 14.2
1997
                                                          18.1                                 16.0
1998
                                                          21.3                                 22.8
1999
                                                          23.0                                 22.4
2000
                                                          22.9                                 24.5
2001
                                                          25.2                                 24.8
2002
                                                          26.2                                 26.5
2003
                                                          29.9                                 27.9
Source: Department of Health, North-West Province: 2006
Table above indicates that at provincial level, the pandemic has increased from 6.7% in 1994 to 29.9% in 2003. This is above the national average of 24.8%.



SASSA
Table : Number of People Dependent on Government Grants
                                                                                      Child
                                                      Old age                        support    Care dependency   Foster care                                       Multiple social
                             Not Applicable           pension     Disability grant    grant           grant         grant         Grant in aid      Social relief       grants
Ratlou Local
Municipality                     62 090                   8 083        3 140         22 392           482             57              472                0              1 317
Tswaing Local
Municipality                     53 942        6 313             2 723          17 086                 277                0               210               0             176
Mafikeng Local
Municipality                 212 030           13 440            8 001          48 983                 595            227                 156              115           1 057
Ditsobotla Local
Municipality                 141 128           8 231             4 732          41 818                 605            182                 1 147            181             0
Ramotshere Moiloa
Local Municipality               84 211        11 107            3 904          27 337                 755             55                 166              58              0
Source: Community Survey, 2007

The table above indicates that majority of people in NMMDM depends on government grants. This is confirmed by the high unemployed rate within the district.



Education

Educational facilities
Table : Public Schools in NMMDM
Education Facilities                                                               Local Municipality                                                      NMMDM
                                                  Mafikeng        Ditsobotla        Ratlou          Tswaing                   Ramotshere Moiloa            TOTAL
Total number of Schools                             143               97              79              81                            110                     510
Primary                                              85               69                 51                  50                      67                         319
Secondary                                            30               14                 12                  18                      23                         97
Intermediate (High)                                  21               12                 16                  10                      15                         74
Combined                                             7                2                  0                   3                       5                          17


The above table indicates that there are 510 public schools (primary, secondary, high, and combined school) in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality. The highest number of
schools is concentrated in the Mafikeng area, with the highest number being primary schools. The table above clearly indicates that the entry number of learners in the education
system is higher than the exit number. Due to low number of schools from secondary level to high school level indicates that there is no demand.



Table : Number of Learners in Public Schools in NMMDM
                                                                                   Local Municipality                                                                 NMMDM
    Number of learners
                                          Mafikeng                 Ditsobotla                 Ratlou              Tswaing              Ramotshere Moiloa              TOTAL
            Primary                        35908                    21506                     19875               18937                      21104                    117330

          Secondary                        18585                     9835                     6038                 8886                      10975                    54319
     Intermediate (High)                   8371                       4656                  6307                   3261                       4933                    27528
          Combined                         3621                       278                    0                     1629                       1096                     6624
                                                             Total number of learners in NMMDM                                                                        205801
The above table indicates that the total number of learners in the NMMDM in public schools is 205801. The highest number of learners is concentrated in the Mafikeng area, the
highest number being at primary school level and reducing until high school level. The rise in the number of combined schools indicates that schools retain learners by introducing a
system of learning from entry level until exit level.


Table : Number of Educators in Public Schools
   Number of educators                                                               Local Municipality                                                              NMMDM
                                        Mafikeng                Ditsobotla                 Ratlou              Tswaing             Ramotshere Moiloa                  TOTAL

Primary                                    1020                     622                      527                  538                      638                         3345
Secondary                                  638                      327                      207                  341                      424                         1937

Intermediate (High)                        268                      150                      203                   97                      182                          900

Combined                                    96                       14                       0                    46                       42                          198

Total number of educators in NMMDM                                                                                                                                     6380

The above table indicates that the total number of educators in the NMMDM in public schools is 6380. The highest number of educators is concentrated around the Mafikeng area, in
primary schools. This table indicates that the number is high due to the high number of schools and learners found in the area.



Table : Number of Private School Various Local Municipalities of NMMDM
Education Facilities                                                                 Local Municipality                                                              NMMDM
                                        Mafikeng                Ditsobotla                 Ratlou              Tswaing             Ramotshere Moiloa                  TOTAL
Number of schools                          11                       1                        0                    2                       0                             14

Primary                                      4                       0                        0                    0                        0                            4

Secondary                                    1                       0                        0                    0                        0                            1
Intermediate (High)                          1                       0                        0                    0                        0                            1
Combined                                     4                       1                        0                    2                        0                            7
Pre-Primary                                  1                       0                        0                    0                        0                            1
The above table indicates that there are 28 private schools (primary, secondary, high, and combined school) in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality. The highest number of
schools is concentrated in the Mafikeng area, with the highest number being primary schools. This number indicates that development is more concentrated in the Mafikeng area
because it is more urbanised.


Table : Number of Learners in Private Schools in NMMDM
Number of learners               Local Municipality                                                                                                           NMMDM

                                        Mafikeng                      Ditsobotla          Ratlou              Tswaing             Ramotshere- Moiloa                  TOTAL
Primary
                                          1080                            0                  0                   0                          0                          1080
Secondary                                   73                            0                  0                   0                          0                           73
Intermediate (High)                         74                            0                  0                   0                          0                           74
Combined
                                          2081                           291                 0                   83                         0                          2455
Pre-Primary                                 98                            0                  0                   0                          0                           98
Total number of learners in NMMDM
                                                                                                                                                                       3780
The above table indicates that the total number of learners in the NMMDM in private schools is 3780. The highest number of learners is concentrated in the Mafikeng area, the highest
number being at combined schools and reducing until high school level. The rise in the number learners entering combined schools indicates that schools retain learners by
introducing a system of learning from entry level until exit level.


Table : Number of Educators in Private Schools in NMMDM
Number of educators                                                                  Local Municipality                                                              NMMDM
                                         Mafikeng                     Ditsobotla          Ratlou             Tswaing             Ramotshere- Moiloa                   TOTAL

Primary                                      39                           0                  0                   0                         0                            39

Secondary                                    12                           0                  0                   0                         0                            12
Intermediate (High)                           4                           0                  0                   0                         0                             4
Combined                                    104                          25                  0                  11                         0                           140

Pre-Primary                                   6                           0                  0                   0                         0                             6

                                                               Total number of educators in NMMDM                                                                      201

The above table indicates that the total number of educators in the NMMDM in private schools is 201. The highest number of educators is concentrated around the Mafikeng area, in
combined schools. This table indicates that the number is high due to the high number of combined schools and learners entering combined schools found in the area. There are 19
students per teacher in the district, in the private schooling sector and the pass rate in these schools is much higher than that of the public schooling system because there is more
focus on the individual needs of the student.

14.1 KPA1: BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                   WATER SERVICES
ISSUE                 Water Services Institutional Arrangements and Local Regulation
OBJECTIVE             To ensure efficient and sustainable local water services institutions
ISSUE                 Water services planning
OBJECTIVE             To ensure proper water services planning to enhance water services delivery and to underpin economic and social development
ISSUE                 Access to basic water supply facilities and services
OBJECTIVE             To ensure provision of basic water supply facilities and services for improved quality of life and poverty alleviation
ISSUE                 Access to basic sanitation facilities and services
OBJECTIVE             To ensure provision of basic sanitation facilities and services for improved quality of life through health and hygiene best practices
ISSUE                 Water services legal framework and policies
OBJECTIVE             To ensure that water services is provided within the context of existing legal framework
ISSUE                 Water use efficiency
OBJECTIVE             To ensure sustainable and efficient water supply and sanitation services
                                                                              ROADS & TRANSPORT
ISSUE                 Provision of Roads and Storm water infrastructure
OBJECTIVE             To provide sustainable municipal road infrastructure
ISSUE                 Maintenance of Roads and Storm water infrastructure
OBJECTIVE             To maintain existing road network and storm water drainage systems



14.2 KPA 2: LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                ENVIRONMENT
ISSUE                Stakeholder
OBJECTIVE            To identify the relevant stakeholder to advance the objective of the programme
ISSUE                By-Laws
OBJECTIVE            To ensure compliance on environmental legislation
ISSUE                Heritage/Cultural Sites- Protected Areas
OBJECTIVE            To ensure proper management and preservation of cultural/heritage resources.
ISSUE                Landfill sites

OBJECTIVE            To ensure compliance with DWAE requirements.
ISSUE                Sector Plans
OBJECTIVE            To review sector plans.
                                                                           SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
ISSUE                Capacity building and resource allocation
OBJECTIVE     To provide adequate resources for category B Municipalities.
ISSUE         2010 FIFA World Cup
OBJECTIVE     To harness the opportunities of South Africa’s hosting of World Cup.
ISSUE         EPWP
OBJECTIVE     To ensure that local labour force benefits from EPWP
                                                                1 FIRE, EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
ISSUE         Insufficient Human resource
OBJECTIVE     To employ qualified and competent personnel
ISSUE         Fire brigade services
OBJECTIVE     To provide equal quality fire brigade services to the entire communities
ISSUE         Communication and coordination
OBJECTIVE     To enhance communication and coordination services




14.4 KPA 3: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
                                                                                 2       PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
ISSUE          Public Participation
OBJECTIVE      To promote PP and involvement of communities in municipality affairs
ISSUE          Code of conduct for councilors
OBJECTIVE      To promote compliance with code of conduct
ISSUE          Council whip’s office
OBJECTIVE      To ensure proper running and governance of council
ISSUE          Insufficient Human resource

OBJECTIVE      To employ qualified and competent personnel
ISSUE          Tourism master plan
OBJECTIVE      To have a well coordinated tourism activities with the district
ISSUE          International Relations
OBJECTIVE      To manage the District’s International Engagements
ISSUE          Financial assistance
OBJECTIVE      To ensure that communities are informed about possible assistance
ISSUE          District Growth and Development forum
OBJECTIVE      To ensure that we have functional DGDF
ISSUE          Financial support to Agricultural project
OBJECTIVE      To ensure access to agricultural opportunities to previously disadvantage youth

                                                                                     3    MUNICIPAL HEALTH
ISSUE          Municipal Health
OBJECTIVE      To establish and roll out MH services within the district
14.5 KPA 4: FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT
                                                                                  4 FINANCIAL VIABILITY
ISSUE          Financial Management
OBJECTIVE      To efficiently and effectively manage to municipal finances and report regime
ISSUE          Revenue Enhancement
OBJECTIVE      To maximize own revenue generation
ISSUE          Supply Chain Management
OBJECTIVE      To have an effective and efficient procurement system and asset management
ISSUE          Expenditure Management

OBJECTIVE      To have an effective and efficient expenditure management system
ISSUE          Risk Management
OBJECTIVE      To establish an effective and efficient risk management System
9. SECTION D: DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Infrastructure and Service Delivery

Water Services strategies

       •   Sign WSP services delivery agreements with category B’s and Botshelo water

       •   Finalization of Section 78 process

       •   Develop water services provisioning business plans

       •   Allocating operating subsidy for water services provision to category B’s (WSP’S).

       •   Local water services regulation through WSP agreements, WSP business plans and promulgation and implementation of water services by-laws

       •   Monitor water services provision through progress reporting by all WSP’s and water services intermediaries.

       •   Facilitate technical forums to address challenges pertaining to water services provision functions and institutional arrangements


Water Services Planning Strategies

       •   Sound planning culture established within the District water services sector.

       •   Reviewing and alignment of the Water Services Development with the IDP.

       •   Solicit funding for PSP for WSDP compilation or review.

       •   WSDP submitted to DWAF for evaluation and subsequent alignment with WSDP guidelines and legislative imperatives of the Water Services Act

       •   Reporting progress on implementation of the WSDP to the sector Department.


Access to Basic Water Supply Facilities and Services strategies

       •   Reduce number of H/H without access to basic level of water supply infrastructure.

       •   Implement water supply projects that conform to the definition of basic water supply facility and services as per the definition in the strategic framework for water
           services.

       •   Managing water resources effectively and efficiently to ensure continuity of water services (geohydrology and hydrology monitoring).
       •   Rehabilitation/refurbishment of ageing water supply infrastructure (potable treatment plants, transition mains, distribution mains, storage reservoirs and borehole
           equipment.

       •   Drinking water quality management.

       •   Water supply augmentation in water supply schemes encountering inadequate supply from existing sources.

       •   Implement Free Basic Water strategy.


Access to Basic Sanitation Facilities and Services Strategies

       •   Reduce number of H/H without access to basic sanitation infrastructure and services.

       •   Implement sanitation projects that conform to the definition of basic sanitation facilities and services as per the definition in the strategic framework for water services.

       •   Managing sanitation services effectively and efficiently to ensure continuity of sanitation services (waste water treatment works, VIP’s, ground water protocol, and septic
           tanks).

       •   Rehabilitation/refurbishment of ageing sanitation infrastructure (waste water treatment plants and sewer main.

       •   Effluent quality management.

       •   Upgrade of waste water treatment works to meet the demand


Water Services Legal Framework and Policies Strategies

       •   Implementation of the water services act, strategic framework for water services and free basic water implementation strategy

       •   Implementation of the regulations promulgated under section 9 (technical norms and standards) and section 10 (tariff setting) of the water services act.

       •   Promulgation of water services by-laws, credit control and debt collection by-laws.

       •   Development and adoption of water services policies, credit control and debt collection policies, tariff policies and indigence policies.

       •   Implement by-laws and policies applicable to water services provision


Water Use Efficiency Strategies

       •   Implementation of water conservation and demand management strategies.
       •   Undertake water audit/water balance.

       •   Undertake Infrastructure leakage index through preventative maintenance of water supply schemes.

       •   Minimization of non revenue water through flow control, fixing leakage, debt collection and elimination of apparent and real losses




ROADS & TRANSPORT

Provision of Roads and Storm Water Infrastructure Strategies

       •   Development of roads master plan for the entire area of the district municipality.

       •   Development of a detailed storm water master plan of towns within the LMs.

       •   Construction and upgrading of roads and storm water through internal and external mechanism.

       •   Provision of roads and storm water infrastructure through EPWP (Extended public works program).

       •   Provide relevant and sufficient road furniture to enhance road safety.

       •   Ensure availability of physical resources by providing for additional plant and equipment.

       •   Ensure that departmental structure is reviewed in a manner that would support the strategies

       •   Ensure that the necessary infrastructure management systems are in place.


Maintenance of Roads and Storm Water Infrastructure Strategies

       •   Maintain roads through internal and external mechanisms.

       •   Maintain the road reserve and furniture ( road signs and drainage system)

       •   Ensure availability of physical resources by providing for additional plant and equipment.

       •   Ensure that departmental structure is reviewed in a manner that would support the strategies.

       •   Ensure that the necessary infrastructure management systems are in place.
Local Economic Development

Environment Strategies

       •   Networking

       •   To develop and update database

       •   Workshop and awareness campaign


By-Laws Strategy

       •   To develop a regulative framework on environmental management


Heritage/Cultural Sites - Protected Areas Strategy

       •   To conduct audit of sites and develop database/profile


Landfill Sites Strategies

       •   To obtain licenses for unregistered landfill sites

       •    To establish regional landfill sites

       •    Demolishing of illegal landfill sites

       •    Establish buy-back drop off centres


Sector Plans Strategy

       •   To identify stakeholder and form a forum for review


SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Capacity Building and Resource Allocation Strategies

       •   Conduct baseline studies

       •   Mobilise resources through PPP
International Relations Strategies

       •   Identify external partners

       •   Developing exchange programs

       •   Encouraging knowledge exchange


2010 Fifa World Cup Strategies

       •   Marketing our district as a tourism destination and its investment opportunities

       •   Ensure the participation of our district in LOC

       •   Strengthening the relationship of LOC and the district


EPWP Strategies

       •   To ensure that accredited service providers train our local communities

       •   To encourage local communities to register as legal entities and be assisted

       •   SMME Development


Fire, Emergency and Disaster Management

Insufficient Human Resource Strategy

       •   To review the unit structure

       •   To identify the number of personnel required

       •   To establish fire brigade reserve force


Fire Brigade Services Strategies

       •   Construction and establishment of fire brigade stations at Zeerust, Nietviedied, Tshidilamolomo, Coligny, Biesiesvlei, Itsoseng, Delareyville, Ottosdal and Sannieshof.

       •   Establishment of fire prevention unit
       •   Equip all fire stations according to legislation requirements


Communication and Coordination Strategies

       •   Establish central communication centre.

       •   Sign MOA and SLA with other sector departments

       •   Sign mutual assistance agreement with neighbouring municipalities/countries.


Public Participation Strategies

       •   Implement PP strategy

       •   Strengthening the relationship the relationship between government structures and other stakeholders

       •   Increasing the number of IMBIZOs and community meetings


Code of Conduct for Councillors Strategies

       •   To ensure that all councillors have copies

       •   To workshop on Code of conduct


Council Whip’s Office Strategies

       •   To strengthen liaison between political parties out of government and in government

       •   Coordination of political parties in order to reflect issues of proportional representative

       •   Assist in co-ordination of portfolio Committees


Local Economic Development

Insufficient Human Resource Strategies

       •   Review the unit structure

       •   To identify number of personnel required
       •   To establish fire brigade reserve force


Tourism Master Plan Strategies

       •   To develop and implement Tourism Master plan


International Relations Strategies

       •   To identify external partners

       •   Developing exchange programmes

       •   Encouraging knowledge exchange


Financial Assistance Strategy

       •   To develop and update a database of possible funders


District Growth and Development Forum Strategies

       •   To review stakeholders participation

       •   Identify roles and responsibilities


Financial Support to Agricultural Project Strategies

       •   To intensify IGR structures

       •   To develop proposal to seek funds from AGRI SA


Municipal Health Strategies

       •   Consultation with ML, DOH, DDLGNH, National Treasury

       •   Define the MH services functions

       •   Develop the MH services structure and job descriptions

       •   Ensure continued provisional services
       •   Initiate and implement sections 78 process


Prevalence of HIV/Aids Strategies

       •   To promote public awareness on HIV/AIDS pandemic.

       •   To engage all stakeholders and partners in development in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

       •   To design HIV/AIDS programmes specifically made for the most vulnerable groups.

       •   To promote voluntary testing and counselling.

       •   To improve STD management and promote the use of condoms.

       •   To provide approved medicine against HIV/AIDS.

       •   To monitor and facilitate the development of gender and HIV/AIDS programmes at local municipalities.

       •   To secure additional funding to extend HIV/AIDS Home Based Care Services in rural and urban areas throughout the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT
           MUNICIPALITY.

       •   To formulate and implement workplace policy on HIV/AIDS.

       •   To review and intensify action against HIV/AIDS by establishing burial support services and HBCS to households affected with HIV/AIDS.

       •   To develop and maintain database on HIV/IDS Home Care Base Centres (HCBC) structures.

       •   To fast track Home Care Base Centres.

       •   To increase the number of Voluntary Counselling Testing sites.


FINANCIAL VIABILITY

Financial Management Strategies

       •   Review and adoption of finance policies

       •   Financial reporting

       •   MTEF plan
      •   Budget management

      •   Ensure alignment of financial systems to GAMAP/GRAP

      •   Develop a five year integrated financial management plan

      •   Establish MFMA reform implementation units

      •   Develop project based funding model

      •   Virement policy




Revenue Enhancement Strategies

      •   Tariff setting

      •   Donor funding (PPP)

      •   Credit control and debt collection policy with consultation with local municipalities

      •   Monitoring of grant funding

      •   Management of water collection agents

      •   Maximization of investment returns




Supply Chain Management Strategies

      •   Review and update of the Supply Chain management policy (Targeting BEE’s in LMs and improve turnaround times)

      •   Capacitate supply chain unit by appointing additional staff

      •   Contract management( Compliance )

      •   Asset management
Expenditure Management Strategies

       •   Payments be effected within 30 days

       •   Submission of expenditure reports timely

       •   Timely creditor’s reconciliations

       •   Development of reliable filing system for verification


Risk Management Strategies

       •   Develop and implement a financial risk management strategy


INSTITUTIONAL & SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION

Project Monitoring And Evaluation Strategies

       •   Develop monitoring and evaluation capacity at the municipality

       •   Monitoring and evaluation of ongoing projects

       •   Writing of monitoring and evaluation reports


Integrated Development Plan Strategies

       •   Collection of new data from various sources for analysis

       •   Review strategies

       •   Review projects


Communications Strategies

       •   Managing and Update the Website

       •   Ensure that staff Members can are able to use ICT measures to the Municipality’s benefit

       •   To Promote & Enhance Communication internally
       •   To create strategic Media relations through communicating Services and projects achieved by the municipality




Special Projects Strategies:

       •   Develop a combined plan/program that will address issues such as: Rights of Children, 16 Days of Activism against Women and Children


Organizational Branding and Reporting Strategies

       •   Placing adverts on print Media

       •   Running Promos on Radio Stations

       •   Development of posters & Flyers

       •   Strategic Area signage


Mayoral Outreach Programme Strategies

       •   Develop a Public participation programme with the Speaker‘s Office, IDP, Budget and Treasury


IGR Strategies

       •   Develop a plan that will ensure that the Executive Mayor meets other Mayors and other Political principals from various Institutions.

       •   Strengthening the coordinated participation of Government structures, communities & NGOs


Multilateral Relations Strategies

       •   Sourcing Expertise from other Countries

       •   Establish partnership with Municipalities and Institutions internationally


Corporate Administration Strategies

       •   Establishing a secretariat function to coordinate & facilitate

       •   Conduct audit of all resolutions taken.
       •     Training on meeting processes.

       •     Provide customer care services.

       •     Maintenance of municipal equipments.

       •     Provision of office space and maintenance of buildings.

       •     Provision of security

       •     Provision of efficient and effective records management


Human Resource Management and Development Strategies:
   •   Conduct Skills Audit.

   •   Develop and implement Workplace Skills Plan

   •   Alignment of WSP and IDP.

   •   Consultation with organized labour.

   •   Review Employment Equity Plan.

   •   Submission of the Employment Equity Report.


Organizational Development Strategies:
   •   Review PMS Framework

   •   Conduct workplace risk assessment.

   •   Build capacity of employees on OHS

   •   EAP

   •   Alignment of the organizational structure with the IDP

   •   Conduct Work study

   •   Benchmarking on job evaluation

   •   Policies.
Policies and Procedures Strategies
   •   Customization of policies.

   •   Customization of by-laws

   •   Conduct workshops on draft and approve




It Systems Strategy
   •   Develop and implement master systems plan and disaster recovery plan

   •   Ensure compliance of all IT products, systems and Software

   •   Upgrade the existing municipality’s IT

   •   Infrastructure(hardware and software)

   •   Support for local municipalities on IT related issues


Legal Services Strategies:
   •   To provide legal advices.

   •   Development of contracts and service level agreements.

   •   Develop and review Municipal Code.

   •   Support local municipalities on legal related issues
10. SECTION E: INTEGRATION
In accordance with Section 26 of the Municipal Systems Act 2000, and in compliance with the procedures, policies and technical requirements set for preparing IDP’s, each IDP must
develop and adopt the following Operational Strategies:


    •    Five-Year Financial Plan

    •    Five-Year Capital Investment Programme

    •    Five-Year Action Plan

    •    Integrated Monitoring and Performance Management System

    •    Integrated Spatial Development Framework

    •    Integrated Poverty Reduction and Gender Equity Programme

    •    Integrated Environmental Programme

    •    Integrated Local Economic Development Programme

    •    Integrated Institutional Programme.

    •    Integrated HIV/AIDS programme

    •    Disaster Management Plan

    •    Water Services Development Plan


Most of the operational strategies have not been prepared in the local municipal IDP’s. However each local municipal IDP has indicated how the strategies shall be developed and
adopted. Sectoral integration is being achieved through integrating the following sector plans as integral part of the IDP.



Waste Management Plan
The Integrated Waste Management Plan (IWMP) outlines solid waste management priorities and strategies, which form part of the IDP. The IWMP thus provides the basis for the MSA
section 78 review of internal mechanisms for solid waste management. NMMDM needs assistance to carry out a study that will review the internal mechanisms currently in place for
solid waste management. The work proposed in this study includes an assessment of the status quo, an evaluation of internal and external service delivery mechanisms and
recommendations. The two outcomes of the study will be: (a) Phase 1 Feasibility Study and (b) the Integrated Waste Management Plan.
The study shall highlight deficiencies in respect of waste management within the Local Municipalities of Mafikeng, Ditsobotla, Ramotshere-Moiloa, Tswaing and Ratlou and to make
amendments for the improvement of services or where no services exists, to establish systems for the collection, transportation, treatment and disposal of waste. The District
Municipality wishes to institute a process of waste management aimed at pollution prevention and minimization at source, managing the impact of pollution and waste on the receiving
environment and remediating damaging environments. Waste management, which is effectively non-existent in the district, must therefore be planned and implemented in a holistic
and integrated manner that extends over the entire waste cycle, from cradle to grave. The main goal is to optimize waste management by maximizing efficiency, and minimizing
associated environmental impacts and financial costs.



Five (5) year LED Plan
In response to the IDP priorities and the fact that the NMMDM is a developmental local government, the NMMDM will embark on the formulation of a District Local Economic
Development Plan. The plan will outline strategic interventions and programmes that NMMDM in the partnership with other stakeholders need to invest in.


Key components of the Plan include:

    •    Compilation of the status quo report on the policy environment and economic development initiatives;

    •    Packaging of available economic growth and development opportunities in the form of anchor projects within those sectors that the district has a competitive advantage.

    •    Feasibility studies and business plans of the anchor projects;

    •    Marketing strategy;

    •    Institutional Framework for coordination and implementation.


The LED Plan also takes into cognizance the seven (7) strategic thrusts that are in line with the Provincial Growth and Development Strategy. The strategic thrusts are based on the 3
key policy thrusts, in order to realize the strategic objectives sustained in the IDP. The policy thrusts are:

    •    Establishing a job creating economic growth path;

    •    Embarking on Integrated Sustainable Rural Development.

    •    Bringing the poor and the disadvantaged to the centre of development.


It is evident in the LED plan that the key competitive sectors in the district are:

    •    Tourism
    •    Manufacturing

    •    Agro-processing

    •    Business Services; and

    •    Construction




Integrated Environmental Programme

Environmental Management Plan
In all the IDP’s of the local municipalities and NMMDM, environmental issues and their impact on socio-economic development are highly considered. The dominant environmental
issues are:

    •    Solid Waste Management including local community capacity building in environmental management

    •    Rehabilitation of mine dumps

    •    Enhancement of environmental quality.


The local municipalities are addressing these issues differently. However, the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY IDP has developed projects aimed at
complementing efforts already undertaken by local municipalities. The overall strategy is to implement and enhance the NEMA (National Environment Management Act) principles. The
major aim of the NMMDM Environmental Management Plan is to ensure that the resources in the district are used to their fullest potential in promoting and protecting a sustainable
environment. Secondary to this would be to identify elements and locations of possible economic growth to improve the quality of life for all in the district.


The detailed objectives of the project are to:

    •    Ensure that environmental issues are addressed and district projects have no negative impacts on the natural environment;

    •    Identify stakeholders / role players and ensure their participation in the development of the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY District Environmental
         Management Plan and its integrated sub-components;

    •    Set objectives, develop strategies and determine actions that need to be undertaken, in response to the analysis;

    •    Develop maps of all environmentally sensitive areas per local municipality area;

    •    Identify all environmentally unsustainable economic activity per local municipality and within the district as a whole;
    •    Develop strategies of promoting economic activity, which are based on Agenda 21 and World Summit on Sustainable Development objectives and strategies whilst limiting the
         environmental impact per local municipality, and in the district as a whole;

    •    Develop environmental monitoring systems that are cost effective, efficient and compatible with existing human resources and infrastructure capacity within the 5 local
         municipalities as well as in the district;

    •    Complete a State of the Environment Report wherein a comprehensive picture of the state of the environment in the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY is
         detailed;

    •    Complete an Environmental Management Legal Compliance Report;

    •    Develop a District Environmental Strategy;

    •    Develop an Environmental Management System (EMS);

    •    Collate and present information in spatial format so that it can form part of the GIS system and further development of NMMDM’s development framework;




Spatial Development Framework
Within the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, only Mafikeng municipality prepared and submitted a Spatial Development Framework with its IDP. Other
municipalities were unable due to lack of capacity with regard to appropriate materials (spatial data). The purpose with the NMMDM Integrated Spatial Development Framework (ISDF)
is to assess the position of the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY from a national and provincial perspective and to serve as a guide for the respective Local
Municipalities in order to ensure that their spatial development links to the overall development perspective for the district. The main purpose will therefore be to ensure that the district
as a whole contributes towards the orderly spatial development of the NW Province. In the process followed in compiling the ISDF for the NMMDM, the investigation was based on
existing documentation and sectoral plans prepared for the district and the respective local municipalities. The guiding tool in the process was the Terms of Reference received for the
compilation of the Integrated Spatial Development Framework. According to this, the ISDF should provide answers on the following questions:

    •    How much space should be provided for activities of the Local and District Municipalities;

    •    Which space should be utilized and which should be protected;

    •    How should the space be organised in order to sustain:

              o      Functioning of settlements

              o      Further growth and change of those settlements

              o      Environmental qualities.
              o   Provision of a hierarchy of SDF’s in order to allow for different levels of spatial planning and decision-making; and

The SDF should provide a general direction to guide decision-making and action over a multi-year period.


One of the issues to be kept in mind is that this ISDF is only one of a ‘bundle’ of sectoral plans, complimentary to the IDP for the district. Therefore, cross-references are made, and it
should also be read together with the IDP and the other relevant sectoral plans. In the second section of the ISDF attention was given to the macro perspective. In this regard issues
such as national and provincial perspectives impacting on the district, the legal framework and strategic perspectives were discussed. Attention was also given to the existing vision
and mission statements and how a new vision and mission could be formulated in order to guide and direct the SDF-process. The third section addresses the composition of the
NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY. Attention was given to issues such as the administrative composition, demographic and economic issues, strategic
environmental issues, housing, community facilities, infrastructure, transport and finally land claims and land tenure.


Some of the issues identified in this analysis are the following:
o   Annual population growth rate is estimated at 3, 1%;

o   More than 30% of the district’s population lives in Mafikeng;

o   Over 25% of the population has no formal education and over 40% has limited education of less than Grade 12;

o   Unemployment is significantly high with over 55% of the economically active population are unemployed;

o   The economic space of the district is totally dominated by the Mafikeng nodal point;

o   Fourthly certain development trends and guidelines were identified. These were identified from all the existing strategic documents and sectoral plans and formed the basis for
    certain of the recommendations made.
Issues identified as development trends included the rural nature of the district, scattered small villages, impact of land use control by chiefs and the impact on land tenure, illegal land
occupation and problems with infrastructure. Some of the development challenges are limited planning systems, environmental problems and the redirection of growth and
development towards previous disadvantaged areas. Issues identified as economic constraints are major infrastructure and service backlogs and the high unemployment rate. Key
development issues are, amongst others, spatial restructuring, land use management systems and the need for strategic development options for nodal points. From the assessment
of the local SDFs the following key issues have been identified, namely:
o   The need for spatial reconstruction and the improvement of the land use management system;

o   Identification of key areas for strategic intervention in terms of the eradication of services backlogs;

o   Addressing the lack of economic opportunities in disadvantaged areas and increasing the use of public transport;

o   Encourage sustainable development approach;
o   Identify the areas with potential for agricultural development;

o   Formulation of strategic development options for nodal points and clusters; and

o   Resolution of land tenure issues.


The economic advantages of rural service centres are as follows:
    o    Economy of scale advantages will be established;

    o    Higher order catalyst retail and social activities will be established which will promote the establishment of smaller complimentary land uses;

    o    Integrated land use activities in support of each other will be established;

    o    Job opportunities will be created;

    o    The pricing structure of goods will be reduced in view of healthy competition;

    o    The poor rural occupant will save transportation costs as the majority of goods will be available at rural service centres, thus saving on additional urban destined trips; and

    o    Poverty levels could be reduced, as beneficiaries will have the opportunity to market and sell their goods at the rural service centre.


Preferred land uses to be provided at Rural Service Centres includes residential areas, retail, informal market, social services (clinic, pension and child support payment point,
secondary school, cemetery and sport and recreation), light service industries, agricultural uses and public transport facilities. In terms of guidelines for a New Land Use Management
System, it is concluded that due to the nature of the area, and also linked to institutional capacity, it should be considered to compile one single zoning scheme / land use management
system for the entire district municipality. This will ensure that more effective and efficient land use management can take place. In order to achieve this certain investigations will be
needed and some legal work will have to be done in order to assess the existing town planning schemes and other legislation impacting on this process.



Integrated HIV/AIDS Programme
The district municipality is in the process of developing and implementing its HIV/AIDS programme. However given the magnitude of HIV/AIDS epidemic the municipality should
continuously be involved in HIV/AIDS programmes at local and provincial level. Thus the District IDP proposes strategies to be adopted in order to contain the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Most of the strategies proposed are in conformity with the National Strategies on HIV/AIDS.
Disaster Management Plan
The NMMDM is critically aware of the importance of preparing and adopting a Disaster Management Plan especially because of the topography and natural vegetation of the district. A
strategy that addresses risk aspects like veld fires, floods, lightning, drought (water shortage), famine, tornados, epidemics, etc. need to be adopted and implemented.



Integrated Local Economic Development Programme
The district has not developed and adopted LED strategy. However, request for funding of a District Economic Development study has been submitted to DBSA, and in principle has
been approved. The recommendations of this study will identify critical strategies to be adopted.



Integrated Poverty Reduction and Gender Equity
The district has a firm policy of Employment equity, which incorporates gender equity. This is part of the institutional transformation of the district municipality policy. A policy framework
on poverty reduction is to be adopted. However the district endorses and implements poverty reduction and gender equity strategies as an underlying principle of social transformation.
It is a policy requirement that IDP’s must adopt strategies that shall impact poverty reduction and gender equity. Thus all the district wide issues are issues whose solutions shall
impact positively on poverty reduction and gender equity.



Integrated Monitoring and Performance Management System
As provided by Chapter 6 of the Municipal Systems Act 2000, the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY is in the process of establishing Performance Management
System into the management and operations of the municipality.


Performance management is a strategic approach to management that equips leaders and managers at different levels with a set of tools and techniques to regularly plan,
continuously monitor, periodically measure and review the performance of the municipality in terms of indicators and targets for efficiency, effectiveness and impact within the
municipality. Although the performance management system will be developed to address the specific situation of the NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, the
“Batho Pele” White Paper (1997) contains a vision of managing performance within the broader public sector. The Core Components of the Performance Management System are
• Set appropriate performance indicators as a yardstick for measuring performance, including outcomes and impact, with regard to the municipality’s development priorities and
objectives as set out in its IDP.
• Set measurable targets.
• Monitor performance.
• Measure and review performance.
• Establish a process of regular reporting.
11. SECTION F: IDENTIFIED 2010/11 PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES

DITSOBOTLA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAPITAL PROJECTS 2011/2012 – 2013/2014
Table : Ditsobotla Local Municipality Capital Projects

                               DITSOBOTLA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY: PROPOSED CAPITAL PROJECTS 2011/2012 – 2013/2014

                                                       2011/2012                               2012/2013                       2013/2014
           PROJECTS                       MIG         INTERNAL      TOTAL           MIG                TOTAL           M   INTERNAL      TOTAL
ROADS AND STORMWATER
Treatment of Existing Roads in                        R4,772,994. R4,772,994.1
Lichtenburg                                                    17            7
Ga-Motlatla Upgrading of Internal                                                R2,100,000.           R2,100,000.00
Roads                                                                                     00
STREETLIGHTING
Itsoseng Highmast Lights               R5,000,000.0              R5,000,000.0
                                                  0                         0
Itsoseng Streetlights Maintenance                     R100,000.0 R100,000.00
                                                               0

WATER
Bodibe Individual Yard Connections                                               R3,000,000.           R3,000,000.00
                                                                                          00
Tlhabologang Water Connections                                                   R4,000,000.
                                                                                          00

COMMUNITY FACILITIES
Provision of Basic Sports Facilities   R300,000.00                 R300,000.00
Sheila
Upgrade sports facilities at Sonop     R600,000.00                 R600,000.00
Hall
SANITATION
Waste Disposal Site in                                                            2,000,000.0             2,000,000.00
Tlhabologang                                                                                0
Waste Disposal Site in Itsoseng                                                   3,000,000.0             3,000,000.00
                                                                                            0
Integrated Waste Management              400,000.00
Plan



Table : NMMDM Capital Projects for Ditsobotla Local Municipality

                                          NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY: CAPITAL PROJECTS

                                                          2010/2011                     2011/2012                              2012/2013
              PROJECTS                       MIG          NMMDM/      TOTAL      NMMDM/      TOTAL              MIG          NMMDM/         TOTAL
                                                           OTHER                  OTHER                                      OTHER
SANITATION
Springbokpan VIP Toilets VIP Toilets                  -   R2,797,50   R2,797,50           -               -              -             -            -
                                                                  0           0
Meetmekaar VIP Toilets                                -   R1,185,00   R1,185,00           -               -              -             -            -
                                                                  0           0
Bakerville VIP Toilets                                -   R2,475,00   R2,475,00           -               -              -             -            -
                                                                  0           0
Grootfontein VIP Toilets                              -   R750,000    R750,000            -               -              -             -            -
Bokkraal/Vlakplan VIP Toilets                         -   R750,000    R750,000            -               -              -             -            -
Bodibe Ward 17 VIP Toilets                            -   R5,000,00   R5,000,00 R10,000,000     R10,000,000              -   R13,925,000   R13,925,00
                                                                  0           0                                                                     0
Matile VIP Toilets                                    -   R3,150,00   R3,150,00           -               -              -
                                                                  0           0
Grasfontein/Welverdiend/Rietvlei/Maleg
aga VIP Toilets           -   R1,125,00   R1,125,00   -   -   -            -            -
                                      0           0
Ga-Motlatla VIP Toilets   -   R4,297,50   R4,297,50   -   -   -            -            -
                                      0           0
Sheila VIP Toilets        -           -           -   -   -   -   R2,827,500   R2,827,500
Grootvlei VIP Toilets     -           -               -   -   -            -            -
MAFIKENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY: CAPITAL PROJECTS


                                   MAFIKENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY: PROPOSED CAPITAL PROJECTS 2011/2012 – 2013/2014

                                                        2010/2011                        2011/2012                    2012/2013
            PROJECTS                       MIG         INTERNAL       TOTAL        MIG           TOTAL        M   INTERNAL      TOTAL
HIGHMAST LIGHTS
Provision of high mast lights at        R4,500,000.0                R4,500,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
20,22,23,24 – Phase 3                        0                           0

ROADS
Upgrading of internal roads at          R6,080,000.0                R6,080,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
Magoeogoe & Koikoi                           0                           0
Provision of a road from Lotlhakane     R5,000,000.0                R5,000,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
to Clinic.                                   0                           0
Regravelling of a road from             R4,000,000.0                R4,000,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
Kaalpan to Nooitgedacht.                     0                           0
Provision of a bridge at                R3,400,000.0                R3,400,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
Tontonyane.                                  0                           0
COMMUNITY FACILITIES
Upgrading of Montshiwa Stadium          R2,090,000.0                R2,090,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
                                             0                           0
Multipurpose Centre in Ward 25          R1,200,000.0                R1,200,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
                                             0                           0
Multipurpose Centre in Ward 6           R1,200,000.0                R1,200,000.0
                                                           -                        -             -           -       -           -
                                             0                           0
Provision of a Multipurpose Centre
                                        R1,200,000.0                R1,200,000.0
in Ward 4 (Tsetse, Ottoshoop,                              -                        -             -           -       -           -
                                             0                           0
Slurry & Burhmansdrift)
Provision of a Multipurpose Centre      R1,200,000.0       -        R1,200,000.0    -             -           -       -           -
in Ward 11 (Seweding & part
                                          0                          0
Phola)




Table : NMMDM Capital Projects for Mafikeng Local Municipality

                                         NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY: CAPITAL PROJECTS

                                                     2010/2011                      2011/2012                  2012/2013
             PROJECTS                      MIG       NMMDM/       TOTAL      NMMDM/      TOTAL         MIG   NMMDM/        TOTAL
                                                      OTHER                   OTHER                          OTHER
WATER
Provision of water Modimola, Magelelo,
                                         R15,000,0               R15,000,0
Madibe Makgabane, Makhubung,                             -                      -          -            -       -            -
                                            00                      00
Moraka, Thangwana Ntshana.
Provision of water at Masutlhe 1 –       R5,000,00               R5,000,00
                                                         -                      -          -            -       -            -
Phase 2                                      0                       0
                                         R3,000,00               R3,000,00
Dibono & Manawana water supply.                          -                             R2,000,000       -       -            -
                                             0                       0
Ikopeleng, Miga, Dimorogoane,            R7,000,00               R7,000,00
                                                         -                      -          -            -       -            -
Magokgoane water supply.                     0                       0
Tsetse, Matsatseng & Slurry water        R7,000,00               R7,000,00
                                                                                -          -            -       -            -
supply                                       0                       0
Lokaleng, Mogosane, Tlapeng,                R7,                     R7,
                                                         -                      -          -            -       -            -
Lekgalong & Moshawana water supply.       417,000                 417,000
                                         R4,000,00               R4,000,00
Top Village water supply.                                -                      -          -            -       -            -
                                             0                       0
Ward 11 (Seweding, part of Phola)        R5,000,00               R6,000,00
                                                         -                      -          -            -       -            -
water supply.                                0                       0
                                          R5,000,00       R5,000,00
Motlhabeng & Dibate water supply                      -               -       -        -   -   -
                                              0               0
Part of Seweding, Mogogoe Tar &           R6,500,00       R6,500,00
                                                      -               -       -        -   -   -
Phatsima water supply.                        0               0
Tloung, part of Magogoe Tar, Magogoe      R5,000,00       R5,000,00
                                                      -               -   R5,000,000   -   -   -
– Makgetla water supply.                      0               0
Mapetla, Tlhabologo & Sehuba water        R7,500,00       R7,500,00
                                                      -               -   R4,000,000   -   -   -
supply                                        0               0
Magogoe Koikoi and Magogoe Central        R5,000,00       R5,000,00
                                                      -               -   R6,000,000   -   -   -
water supply.                                 0               0
                                          R5,000,00       R5,000,00
Majemantsho water supply                              -               -   R5,000,000
                                              0               0
Dithakong West & East & Ditshilo water    R3,000,00       R3,000,00
                                                      -
supply                                        0               0
Weltevrede, Mooipan,
                                          R3,000,00       R3,000,00
Lombaardslaagte & Brooksby water                      -               -   R5,000,000   -   -   -
                                              0               0
supply
Driehoek, Nooitgedacht, Bapong,           R1,000,00       R1,000,00
                                                      -               -   R6,000,000   -   -   -
Naauwpoort, Kaalpan water supply              0               0
Madibe-a-Tau, Letlhogoring,
                                          R5,000,00       R5,000,00
Morwatshetlha, Sebowana, Seipone,                     -               -   R7,238,000   -   -   -
                                              0               0
Mnatsa water supply
Dithakong Tsa Ga Sehuba,                  R6,000,00       R6,000,00
                                                      -               -   R5,000,000   -   -   -
Skoongesight & Dihatshwana                    0               0
SANITATION
                                          R3,000,00       R3,000,00
Borola – Tuku & Top Village VIP Toilets               -               -       -        -   -   -
                                              0               0
Lomanyaneng VIP Toilets                       -       -       -       -   R3,000,000   -   -   -
Seweding & part of Phola VIP Toilets          -       -       -       -   R3,000,000   -   -   -
Mocoseng & Tontonyane VIP Tolitets            -       -       -       -   R3,000,000   -   -   -
Motlhabeng, Dibate, VIP Toilets           R3,000,00   -   R3,000,00   -        -       -   -   -
                                             0                       0
Part of Seweding, Magogoe Tar &          R3,000,00
                                                             -    R3,000,00    -             -         -           -               -
Phatsima VIP Toilets                         0
Montshioa, Stadt, Bokone, Lorwana &      R3,000,00                R3,000,00
                                                             -                 -             -         -           -               -
Go-nthua VIP Toilets                         0                        0
Ramosadi, part of Motlhabeng & Phola     R3,000,00                R3,000,00
                                                             -                 -             -         -           -               -
VIP Toilets                                  0                        0
Tloung, part of Magogoe Tar, Magogoe     R5,000,00                R5,000,00
                                                             -                 -             -         -           -               -
– Magogoe – Makgetla VIP Toilets             0                        0
Majemantsho, Lomanyaneng VIP             R5,000,00                R5,000,00
                                                             -                 -             -         -           -               -
Toilets                                      0                        0
Dithakong, Ditsilo, part of Setlopo &                             R5,000,00
                                         R5,00,000           -                 -             -         -           -               -
Koi-koi VIP Toilets                                                   0
Lotlhakane & part of Dithakong VIP       R5,000,00                R5,000,00
                                                             -                 -             -         -           -               -
Toilets                                      0                        0
Louisdal, Seberia, Mooipan,
                                         R5,000,00                R5,000,00
Lombaardslaagte, Weltervrede,                                -                 -             -         -           -               -
                                             0                        0
Goedegevonden VIP Toilets
                                         R15,000,0                R15,000,0
Upgrading Mmabatho WWTP                                      -
                                            00                       00




Table : Sector allocations Projects for 2010/2011

                                                     SECTOR ALLOCATIONS PROJECTS 2011/2012

                                                      2010/2011                        2011/2012                   2012/2013
   PROJECTS DESCRIPTION                 ESKOM        INTERNAL      TOTAL      ESKOM            TOTAL       E   INTERNAL      TOTAL
HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICITY
108 House-Hold electricity                -              -            -            -             -         -       -           -
connections at Lekhulu la Seipone
village
171 house-holds electricity
                                          -          -          -          -               -      -       -           -
connections at Letlhogoring village
317 households electricity
                                          -          -          -          -               -      -       -           -
connections at Mantsa village
118 households electricity
                                          -          -          -          -               -      -       -           -
connections at Tsokoane
56 households electricity
                                          -          -          -          -               -      -       -           -
connections at Seboane village
130 households electricity
                                          -          -          -          -               -      -       -           -
connections at Ditshilo village




                                                 SECTOR ALLOCATIONS PROJECTS 2011/2012

                                                 2010/2011                        2011/2012               2012/2013
   PROJECTS DESCRIPTION               DEPARTMENT INTERNA     TOTAL      ESKOM             TOTAL   E   INTERNAL      TOTAL
                                       OF SOCIAL      L
                                      DEVELOPME
                                    NT

Food Bank                             -            -          -          -                     -         -       -            -
Clothing Bank                         -            -          -          -                     -         -       -            -
Community Bakeries                    -            -          -          -                     -         -       -            -
House of Hope substance abuse
                                      -            -          -          -                     -         -       -            -
Project
Handing over of new children’s
                                      -            -          -          -                     -         -       -            -
home at Ext 38




                                               SECTOR ALLOCATIONS PROJECTS 2011/2012

                                               2010/2011                          2011/2012                     2012/2013
   PROJECTS DESCRIPTION            MIDZ         INTERNA    TOTAL       MIDZ               TOTAL    MI        INTERNAL       TOTAL
                                                    L                                              DZ

Infrastructure Development at                                                                      R1
MIDZ                                                                                               48,
                                                                     R71,210,00
                                 R51,000,000       -          -                            -       210           -            -
                                                                         0
                                                                                                   ,00
                                                                                                    0
                                                SECTOR ALLOCATIONS PROJECTS 2011/2012

                                           2010/2011                             2011/2012               2012/2013
   PROJECTS DESCRIPTION         DEPARTMENT INTERNA          TOTAL      ESKOM             TOTAL   E   INTERNAL      TOTAL
                                    OF          L
                                 EDUCATION
NEW SCHOOLS
Mooifontein Primary School      R30,000,000         -          -          -               -      -       -           -
RENOVATIONS
Matshepe Primary School          R3,700,000         -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Mococoe High School              R3,700,000         -          -          -               -      -       -           -
SANITATION (New toilets)
Mokailane Intermediate          R750,000,00         -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Reaithuta Primary School         R750,000.00        -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Lecholonyane Middle School       R750,000.00        -          -          -               -      -       -           -
St Mary’s Secondary School       R750,000.00        -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Maselwanyane Secondary School    R750,000.00        -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Redibone Middle school           R750,000.00        -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Kagisano Primary school          R750,000.00        -          -          -               -      -       -           -
WATER PROVISION
Maano High school                R 200,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Taolelo Primary school           R 200,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Maselwanyane Secondary Schhol    R 200,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Leepile Middle school            R 200,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Masutlhe Primary school          R 200,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Malefo Malea Middle school       R 200,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
ITERELENG PROJECTS
Maselwanyane Secondary school    R 750,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
St Mary’s Secondary              R 750,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Redibone Middle school           R 750,000.00       -          -          -               -      -       -           -
C.N Lekalake Middle school       R200,000,00        -          -          -               -      -       -           -
Mococoe High school                 R200,000,00            -            -     -             -   -   -   -

RATLOU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAPITAL PROJECTS 2010/2011
Table : Ratlou Local Municipality Projects
Priority Issue: Street Lighting                                                   Project No:
Project Name:                       Street            Targets/ Target Group
                                    Lighting
Project Objective:                  To     provide    2010/2011
                                    street lighting
                                    within      the
                                    municipal
                                    wards
Outputs:                            Indicators:       Location:

   1. Areas in need of Street           1. A list Ratlou Local Municipality
        Lighting identified.                 of
   2. Finance for Street Lighting            area
        identified.                          s in
   3.   Construction of High Mast            need
        Lights.                              of
                                             stree
                                             t
                                             lights
                                             .
                                        2.   Amo
                                             unt
                                             of
                                             fund
                                             s
                                             avail
                                             able
                                             for
                                             stree
                                             t
                                             lights
                                             .
                                        3.   Num
                                             ber
                                             of
                          High
                          Mast
                          lights
                          cons
                          truct
                          ed
                          per
                          ward
                          .
                       4. Com
                          muni
                          ty
                          feed
                          back
                          /
                          Cons
                          ultati
                          on.
                       5. Com
                          muni
                          ty
                          satisf
                          actio
                          n
                          surv
                          ey
                          strat
                          egy
                       6. Decr
                          ease
                          of
                          crim
                          e.
Major Activities:   Responsible    Possible funding Agencies   Time frame & costs
                    Agencies
                                                               200   2009/10        2010/11
                                                               8/9
   1. Identify areas in need of           1. Natio       1.   National road agency                                    R350.000
        repair.                                nal       2.   NWPD roads
   2. Regular inspection.                      road      3.   RLM
   3. Set level/type of repair.                agen
                                               cy        4.   NMMD
   4. Regular maintenance and
        repair                            2.   NWP
                                               D
                                               road
                                               s
                                          3.   RLM
                                          4.   NM
                                               MD




Priority         Issue:     Project No:
Technical Services
Project Name:               Maintenance                                              Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:          Maintenance of Municipal Assets and Buildings            2010/2011



   Outputs:                    Indicators:                                           Location:

   1. Maintenance of           1. Number of internal roads maintained and Ratlou Local Municipality
        municipal                  gravelled
        Assets                 2. Number of Municipal Assets and Buildings
   2.   Renovations of             maintained
        municipal
        buildings
   3.   Gravelling     of
        internal roads
Major Activities:           Responsible Agencies                  Possible           Time frame & costs
                                                                  funding
                                                                  Agencies           2008/9               2009/10   2010/11
        1. Maintenanc           RLM                              Equitable Share     Maintenance            Maintenance       Maintenance
             e          of                                                                                                    R100.000
             municipal
             Assets
        2.   Renovation                                                              Renovations            Renovations       Renovations
             s          of                                                                                                    R1.000.000
             municipal
             buildings
        3.   Gravelling
             of Internal
             Roads




Priority Issue: Poor access to community facilities                                             Project No:
Project Name:                     Provision of basic community facilities                       Targets/ Target Group

Project Objective:                     To provide and increase access to basic community        2010/2011
                                       facilities
Outputs:                               Indicators:                                              Location:

   1. Existing community halls            1. Number of existing community halls        Ratlou Local Municipality
        upgraded                          2. Number of people with access to community
   2. Accessibility to community              facilities
        facilities increased              3. Number of upgraded library facilities
   3.   Library facilities increased      4. Community satisfaction survey /          Quality
                                              assurance


Major Activities:                      Responsible Agencies      Possible            funding    Time frame & costs
                                                                 Agencies                       2010 /11 – (R15,027,000,00)
                                                                                          2008/9   2009/10                  2010/11

1. Upgrading      of     existing    1. Dept. of Education     1. Dept. of       Sports            Ward 10                  Ward 1
     community halls.                2. Dept. of Sport, Arts        Arts & Culture.
2.   Increased accessibility to           and Culture          2.   Dept. of Educ.                 Village:                 Village:
     community facilities.                                                                         Mareetsane               Matloding
                                     3.   RLM                  3.   RLM                            Mareetsane   Community   Community Hall
3.   Upgrading Library facilities.   4.   NMMD                 4.   NMMD                           Library
4.   Upgrading of Museums                                                                                                   Ward 8
                                                                                                   Ward 8                   Setlhwatlhwe
                                                                                                   Thutlhwane               Community Hall
                                                                                                   Thutlhwane   Community
                                                                                                   hall                     Ward 2
                                                                                                                            Makgobistat
                                                                                                   Ward 6                   Community Library
                                                                                                   Lohatlheng
                                                                                                   Lohatlheng   Community   Ward 9
                                                                                                   Hall                     Village:
                                                                                                                            Ramabesa
                                                                                                   Ward 9                   Community Hall
                                                                                                   Ramabesa
                                                                                                   Community                Ward 6:
                                                                                                   Hall                     Lohatlheng
                                                                                                                            Community Hall
                                                                                                                            MADIBOGO
                                                                                                                            High Mast Phase 2
Priority         Issue:      Project No:
Corporate      Support
Services
Project Name:                Salaries                                                              Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:           To pay salaries as per SALGA’S wage guidelines to all employees       2010/2011
                             To pay salaries of councillors per determination of upper limits of
                             their salaries.



   Outputs:                     Indicators:                                                        Location:

   4. Remunerated               3. Number of both councillors and employees paid        Ratlou Local Municipality
        staff fairly per        4. Total amount spent on both councillors and employees
        contracts of their          salaries
        employment
   5.   Compensation
        on travel and
        subsistence
   6.   Compensation
        on job well done
        to         senior
        managers and
        service bonuses
        to all employees
Major Activities:             Responsible Agencies                      Possible          funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                        Agencies
                                                                                                    2008/9      2009/10     2010/11


       4. Preparation             RLM                                   Equitable Share
            of monthly
            salaries
       5.   Calculation
            of overtime
            to be paid
       6.   Effect
            necessary
            statutory
            deductions.
       7.   Reconciliati
            on           of
            monthly
            salary bill.




Priority          Issue:      Project No:
Corporate       Support
Services/ Skills Dev
Project Name:                 Train and develop staff and councillors                               Targets/ Target Group

Project Objective:            To capacitate and empower staff and councillors to improve on         2010/2011
                              performance and service delivery
   Outputs:                      Indicators:                                                     Location:

   1. Trained        and         1. Number of both councillors and employees trained             Ratlou Local Municipality
       developed                 2. Amount spent on training and development
       employees and             3. Number of policies adopted and popularised
       councillors
   2. Improved
       performance in
       the     workplace
       by popularising
       existing
       legislation and
       policies.
Major Activities:             Responsible Agencies               Possible              funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                 Agencies
                                                                                                 2008/9      2009/10         2010/11

       1. Conduct             RLM                                LGSETA                          WSP         WSP             WSP
            skills audit                                         SALGA                           R-          R1.135.000      R1299.000
       2.   Develop                                              Sector Departments
            workplace
            skills plan
       3.   Train     staff
            and
            councillors
            in line with
            WSP
       4.   Prepare
            training
            report and
            submit       to
            relevant
            structures




Priority         Issue:       Project No:
Corporate       Support
Services
Project Name:              Employment Equity                                                Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:         Development of employment equity plan                            2010/2011

   Outputs:                   Indicators:                                                   Location:

   1. To develop and          1. Number of people from various backgrounds employed at Ratlou Local Municipality
       implement                  different occupational categories
       employment             2. Youth, women and Physically challenged individuals
       equity plan to
       comply       with
       EEA
   2. Achieved Equity
       in the workplace
Major Activities:          Responsible Agencies                  Possible         funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                 Agencies
                                                                                            2008/9      2009/10     2010/11

       1. Develop and RLM                                        RLM
            implement                                            DoL
            the     EEA
            plan
       2.   Annual
            report   on
            implementat
            ion
            processes
            and
            progress
Priority Issue: Corporate Support Services                                                   Project No:
Project Name:                    Positive Employee climate                                   Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:               To ensure that there is conducive working environment for   2010/2011
                                 all employees
    Outputs:                          Indicators:                                            Location:
    1. Satisfied workforce            1. Number of grievances handled
    2. Improved performance           2. Number of disciplinary hearings held                Ratlou Local Municipality
    3. Grievance        handling      3. Number of dismissal and warnings held
        system                        4. Number of employees assisted through employee
    4. Sound Labour relations             assistance programme (EAP)
    5. Employee      Assistance       5. Number of wellness programmes held
        Programme                     6. Number of occupational injuries sustained and
    6. Health and safety plan             remedial


Major Activities:                      Responsible Agencies    Possible           funding    Time frame & costs
                                                               Agencies
                                                                                             2008/9             2009/10       2010/11


    1. Develop                human    RLM                     RLM                           R0.00              R326.700.00   R326.700.00
           resource management                                                                                  (EAP)         (EAP)
           policies
    2.     Consult      staff     on
           developed policies
    3.     Hold staff meetings and
           staff committee meetings
    4.     Conduct        employee
           satisfaction       survey
           annually
    5.     Implement EAP
    6.     Develop & implement
           occupational Health &
           safety plan

Priority            Issue: Project No:
                        C
                        o
                r
                p
                o
                r
                a
                t
                e
                S
                u
                p
                p
                o
                r
                t
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                r
                v
                i
                c
                e
                s
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                l
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                e
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                a
                n
                a
                g
                e
                m
                e
                n
                t
Project Name:       Manage Municipal Fleet   Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:            To ensure that municipal fleet is well managed, maintained and   2010/2011
                              monitored

   Outputs:                      Indicators:                                                   Location:
   1. Minimised                  1. Number of accidents involving municipal fleet
       accidents and             2. Number of users disciplined for transgressing municipal    Ratlou Local Municipality
       damages        on             fleet management policy
       municipal                 3. Amount spent on maintenance, leasing and fuel
       vehicles
   2. Effective use of
       municipal fleet
   3. Reduced fuel
       and
       maintenance
       expenditure
   4. Leasing,
       maintenance
       and     replacing
       old     municipal
       fleet
Major Activities:             Responsible Agencies                Possible          funding    Time frame & costs
                                                                  Agencies
                                                                                               2008/9      2009/10         2010/11

   1. Implement the RLM                                           RLM                          R-          R450.000        R400.000
        reviewed fleet
        management
        policy
   2.   Replace       fleet
        due per policy
        requirement
   3.   Train     vehicle
        users            on
        advanced
        driving skills
   4.   Maintain fleet in
        line with the
        plan
Priority Issue: Corporate Support Services                                               Project No:
Project Name:                     Records Management                                     Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:                Implement records management system                    2010/2011
    Outputs:                          Indicators:                                        Location:
    1. Establish        effective     1. Number of referenced letters issued
        registry system               2. Number of users trained on records management   Ratlou Local Municipality
    2. Implement         records          system
        management system in          3. Amount spent on registry equipment
        line      with  national      4. Time spent on retrieving records per request
        archives laws                     (efficiency)

Major Activities:                     Responsible Agencies   Possible         funding    Time frame & costs
                                                             Agencies
                                                                                         2008/9              2009/10   2010/11

   1. Interact with department RLM                           RLM
        of sports, arts and culture
        to assist in establishing
        and implementation of
        records       management
        system
   2.   Induct employees on
        how to manage records
        internally
   3.   Monitor implementation
        of the system
Priority             Issue:    Project No:
                        Co
                        rp
                        or
                        at
                        e
                        Su
                        pp
                        ort
                        Se
                        rvi
                        ce
                        s
Project Name:                  Legal Services                                                    Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:             Development of municipal by-laws                                  2010/2011
   Outputs:                       Indicators:                                                    Location:

    1. Developed and              1. Number of developed and implemented by-laws municipal Ratlou Local Municipality
           implemented                by-laws
           municipal     by-      2. Number of fines/penalties issued on transgression of laws
           laws
    2.     Ensuring
           compliance with
           applicable laws

Major Activities:              Responsible Agencies                 Possible          funding    Time frame & costs
                                                                    Agencies
                                                                                                 2008/9     2009/10      2010/11

    1. Identify by-laws RLM                                         RLM                          R-         R-           R-
           to be developed
    2.     Draft identified
           by-laws
    3.     Consult      with
           relevant
           stakeholders
    4.     Determine tariffs
        in accordance
        with MFA and
        related
        legislation
   5.   Institutional
        arrangement for
        implementation
        and monitoring




Priority Issue: Corporate Support Services                                                    Project No:
Project Name:                     Council support and administration                          Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:                Render support to council and its committees                2010/2011

   Outputs:                            Indicators:                                            Location:

   1. Ensure effective service         1.   Number of council meetings held                   Ratlou Local Municipality
        of   council   and    its      2.   Number of portfolio committee meetings held
        committees                     3.   Number of council resolutions implemented
   2.   Assist in drafting    of       4.   Number of council resolutions reviewed
        council agendas

Major Activities:                   Responsible Agencies         Possible           funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                 Agencies
                                                                                              2008/9              2009/10   2010/11
   1. Assist      in developing     RLM                         RLM                         R-               R110.000   R120.000
        annual programme for
        council and     portfolio
        committees
   2.   Rendering    secretariat
        service during council
        committee meetings
   3.   Record           council
        proceedings
   4.   Implement        council
        resolutions
   5.   Update        resolution
        register




Priority Issue: Corporate Support Services                                                  Project No:
Project Name:                       Human resource management                               Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:                  Leave administration                                    2010/2011
    Outputs:                            Indicators:                                         Location:

   1. Ensure effective employee            1. Number of employees who went on leave Ratlou Local Municipality
        management               and       2. Number of employees who are due for
        compliance                            retirement
   2.   Pension      and     benefits      3. Number of employees who are retrenched
        administration                     4. Number of mortalities

Major Activities:                       Responsible Agencies     Possible         funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                 Agencies
                                                                                            2008/9           2009/10      2010/11

   1. Develop       annual     leave    RLM                      RLM                        R0.000           R0.000       R0.000
        schedule
   2. Ensure that employees take
        leave per schedule
   3. Update leave register
   4. Facilitate
        employer/employee
        bargaining
   5.   Pension       &   benefits
        administration




Priority Issue: Corporate Support Services                                                     Project No:
Project Name:                    Policy development                                            Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:               Develop and implement council policies                        2010/2011

   Outputs:                              Indicators:                                           Location:

   1. Ensure              effective      1.   Number of developed council policies             Ratlou Local Municipality
        compliance             with      2.   Number of adopted council policies
        legislative requirement          3.   Number of reviewed council policies
                                         4.   Corrective measures taken for non compliance

Major Activities:                     Responsible Agencies        Possible           funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                  Agencies
                                                                                               2008/9             2009/10   2010/11

   1. Identify and draft new RLM                                  RLM                          R0.000             R0.000    R0.000
        policies that needs to be
        developed
   2.   Identify    policies   for
        review
   3. Consult            relevant
       stakeholders           for
       implementation.




GOOD GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTING

Priority Issue: Expand    Project No:
                    Ta
                    x
                    Ba
                    se
Project Name:             Compilation of valuation roll                                        Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:        To increase revenue base of the municipality                         2010/2011
                                                                                               Property Owners
   Outputs:                   Indicators:                                                      Location:

   1. Valuation roll          1. Number of consultative meeting held with stakeholders         Ratlou Local Municipality
   2. Income                  2. Number of objections received
       generation             3. Total amount collected on property rates
   3. Sustainable
       livelihoods



Major Activities:         Responsible Agencies                           Possible    funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                         Agencies
                                                                                                        2008/   2009/10         2010/11
                                                                                                        9
    1. Appointment of RLM                                                    Treasury    (conditional           R-              R170.000
           municipal valuer                                                  grant)
    2. Compilation         of
           valuation roll
    3.     Development of
           property rates
           policy and by-
           laws
    4.     Implementation
           of property rates




Priority             Issue:     Project No:
                        Ca
                        pa
                        cit
                        y
                        Bu
                        ild
                        in
                        g
Project Name:                   Train and develop employees on finance policies and procedures      Targets/ Target Group
                                                                                                    2010/2011
Project Objective:              To empower and familiarise staff with finance policies              Councillors and employees
   Outputs:                     Indicators:                                                    Location:

   1. Trained       and         1. Number of employees trained                                 Ratlou Local Municipality
        developed               2. Amount spent on training and development
        employees
   2.   Improved
        performance in
        the workplace



Major Activities:            Responsible Agencies                 Possible           funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                  Agencies
                                                                                               2008/9      2009/10         2010/11

   1. Conduct       skills   RLM                                  RLM                          R0.00       R0.00           R100,000.00
        audit                                                     SALGA
   2.   Develop                                                   FMG
        workplace skills
        plan
   3.   Train staff and
        councillors   on
        finance policies
        and procedures
   4.   Prepare training
        and skills audit
        report        for
        submission      to
        relevant
        structures.




Priority Issue: Increase Revenue                                                               Project No:
Project Name:                                 Manage income, investment and property rates     Targets/ Target Group
                                                                                               2010/2011
Project Objective:                          To increase revenue base                          Bank and rate payers
   Outputs:                                     Indicators:                                   Location:

   1. Decreased debtors                        1. Total amount collected from rate payers     Ratlou Local Municipality
   2. Increased revenue                        2. Interest received.
   3. Increased interest.

Major Activities:                           Responsible Agencies       Possible     funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                       Agencies
                                                                                              2008/9                 2009/10       2010/11

   1.   Appointment of debtors clerk        RLM                        DPLG&H                 RENT                   RENT          RENT
   2.   Investment of money                                                                   R-                     R500.000      R550.000
   3.   Implementation of property rates
                                                                                              Own Revenue            Own Revenue   Own Revenue
   4.   Development of property rates                                                         R-                     R1,077.000    R1,200.000
        and by-laws
   5.   Development                   and
        implementation       of      cash
        management and investment
        policies
   6.   Development of credit control
        and debt collectors policies




Priority Issue: Promote     Project No:
                    So
                    un
                    d
                    Fi
                    na
                     nc
                     ial
                     Ma
                     na
                     ge
                     m
                     en
                     t
Project Name:               GRAP Convesion                                                        Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:          Compliance with DORA, MFMA and related legislative requirement        2010/2011

   Outputs:                    Indicators:                                                        Location:

   1. Developed,               1. Submission of Annual Financial statement to Auditor Ratlou Local Municipality
        approved     and            general timeously
        implemented            2. Reduce audit queries/ changing from disclaimer audit
        budget policies             opinion to unqualified audit opinion
   2.   Developed,             3.   Mid – year budget assessment report submitted timeously
        approved     and       4.   Number of bank reconciliation
        implemented
        supply     chain
                               5.   Financial statements
        management             6.   Budget process plan
        policy                 7.   Budget approved by council
   3.   GRAP                   8.   Section 71 report and quarterly report submitted to council
        Conversion                  and relevant dept timeously
        Maintenance



Major Activities:           Responsible Agencies                  Possible            funding     Time frame & costs
                                                                  Agencies
                                                                                                  2008/9      2009/10     2010/11

   1. Number of bank RLM                                          RLM                             R-          R-          R600.000
        reconciliation                                            FMG
   2.   Budget process                                            MSIG
        plan
   3.   Section        71
        report        and
        quarterly report.




Priority Issue: GOOD        Project No:
                   G
                   O
                   VE
                   R
                   N
                   A
                   N
                   CE
                   &
                   A
                   C
                   C
                   O
                   U
                   NT
                   IN
                   G
Project Name:               Asset register                                           Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:          Fixed Asset Register                                     2010/2011

   Outputs:                    Indicators:                                           Location:

   1. Annual financial         1. Reduce number of audit queries                     Ratlou Local Municipality
        statements             2. 100 % completed and updated fixed asset register
        compliant     to
        GRAP
   2.   Fixed      asset
        register
        compliant     to
        GRAP.
Major Activities:           Responsible Agencies             Possible        funding     Time frame & costs
                                                             Agencies
                                                                                         2008/9    2009/10        2010/11

   1. Implement       the   RLM                              RLM                         R100.00   R0.00          R0.00
        reviewed asset      Provincial & National Treasury   FMG                         0         R385,000       R385,000
        management                                           MSIG                        R0.00
        policy
   2.   Train       asset
        officials in line
        with GRAP 17.




BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY

Priority Issue: Disaster Management                                                       Project No:
Project Name:                     Disaster Management Plan                                Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:                Facilitation and coordination of disaster management    2010/2011
                                  plan
    Outputs:                                Indicators:                                            Location:

    1. Disaster management plan             1. Number of consultation meetings held on draft Ratlou Local Municipality
    2. Consultation forums                       plan
                                            2.   Number of inputs/comments received on the draft
                                                 plan

Major Activities:                        Responsible Agencies        Possible           funding    Time frame & costs
                                                                     Agencies
                                                                                                   2008/9           2009/10   2010/11

    1. Bench         marking     with    RLM                         RLM                                            R-        R150.000
           NMMDM         and       all   NMMDM                       NMMDM
           stakeholders                  DEAT                        DEAT
    2.     Awareness campaigns
    3.     Implementation of Disaster
           Management Programmes.




Priority             Issue:   Project No:
                        Ma
                        na
                        ge
                        me
                        nt
                        of
                        So
                        cia
                        l
                       Se
                       rvi
                       ce
                       s
Project Name:                 Waste Removal                                                          Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:            Ensure that the municipality develop a comprehensive and integrated    2010/2011
                              refuse removal and solid waste management


   Outputs:                      Indicators:                                                         Location:

   1. Integrated                 1. Number of consultation meetings held on draft plan               Ratlou Local Municipality
        Waste Removal            2. Number of inputs/comments received on the draft plan
        Plan Developed



Major Activities:             Responsible Agencies                    Possible             funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                      Agencies
                                                                                                     2008/   2009/10             2010/11
                                                                                                     9
   1. Interaction with RLM                                            RLM
        stakeholders          DEAT                                    DEAT                                   R-                  R150. 000
   2.   Consultation          NMMDM                                   NMMDM
        with         tribal
        authorities
   3.   Awareness
        programme        in
        relation to waste
        management
Priority Issue: Management of Social Services                                                    Project No:
Project Name:                   Cemeteries                                                       Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:              Ensure that the         municipality   manages      cemeteries   2010
                                effectively
   Outputs:                           Indicators:                                                Location:

   Municipal         cemeteries       1. Number of consultation meetings held Tribal Ratlou Local Municipality
   developed                              Authorities
                                      2. EIA survey for possible areas identified

Major Activities:                  Responsible Agencies          Possible             funding    Time frame & costs
                                                                 Agencies
                                                                                                 2008/9           2009/10   2010/11


   1. Interaction with Tribal RLM                                RLM                             R0.000           R0.000    R150.000
       Authorities                 DEAT
   2. Develop        bylaws   in
       relation to cemeteries
Priority              Issue:    Project No:
                         Ma
                         na
                         ge
                         m
                         en
                         t
                         of
                         So
                         cia
                         l
                         Se
                         rvi
                         ce
                         s
Project Name:                   Municipal Pounds                                                   Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:              Ensure accident free environment for communities in relation to    2010/2011
                                stray animals in municipal roads

    Outputs:                       Indicators:                                                     Location:

    1. Situation                   1. Number of consultation meetings held with Tribal Ratlou Local Municipality
           analysis                    Authorities
           conducted               2. Number of pounds established
    2.     By           laws       3. Decreased number of accidents in municipal roads
           developed      for
           regulating
           keeping         of
           animals
    3.     Municipal
           pounds
           established.

Major Activities:               Responsible Agencies                Possible             funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                    Agencies
                                                                                                   2008/9      2009/10     2010/11
    1. Interaction with RLM                                             RLM                   R-          R-          R-
           Tribal Authorities
    2. Develop bylaws
           for     regulating
           animals
    3.     Identification of
           land for Pound
           establishment.




Priority      Issue:    Law     Project No:
                         En
                         for
                         ce
                         m
                         en
                         t
Project Name:                   By-Laws                                                       Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:              Enforce all by-laws applicable in the whole jurisdiction      2010/2011

    Outputs:                        Indicators:                                               Location:

    1. Situation                    1. Number of consultation meetings held with Tribal Ratlou Local Municipality
           analysis                      Authorities
           conducted                2.   Number of meetings held with relevant stakeholders
    2.     By           laws
           developed
    3.     By          Laws
           popularised to
           all stakeholders
    4.     By          Laws
       legalised.




Major Activities:          Responsible Agencies                Possible            funding     Time frame & costs
                                                               Agencies
                                                                                               2008/9    2009/10       2010/11

   1. Interaction with RLM                                     RLM                             R0.000    R0.000        R115.000
       Local Authorities
   2. Develop bylaws
   3. Popularise
       bylaws
   4. Legalise bylaws.




Priority Issue: Library / Comm. Social Services                                                Project No:
Project Name:                         Libraries                                                Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:                    Ensure that Libraries within Ratlou Local Municipality   2010/2011
                                      are fully utilised by communities
   Outputs:                                   Indicators:                                             Location:

   1. Communities         empowered           1. Number of people visiting the libraries.  Ratlou Local Municipality
        through Library Services.             2. Number of meeting held with Stakeholders.
   2.   Culture of learning instilled in          (Department of Sports, Arts and Culture)
        communities of Ratlou.                3. Increased membership of Libraries.
   3.   Outreach         Programmes           4. Number of libraries built
        executed.
   4.   Areas were other new
        Libraries are to be built
        identified.

Major Activities:                          Responsible Agencies         Possible            funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                        Agencies
                                                                                                      2008/9         2009/10      2010/11

   1. Conducting      of awareness         RLM                          RLM                           R-             R66.250.00   R126.250.00
        programs.                          Department of Sports, Arts   Department of       Sports,
   2.   Participate     in District,       and Culture.                 Arts and Culture.
        Provincial    and  National
        Library events.




Priority            Issue:   Project No:
Management              of
Municipal           Health
Services
Project Name:                Municipal Health Services                                            Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:         Ensure sustainable rendering of Municipal Health Services within   2010/2011
                           the jurisdiction.

   Outputs:                   Indicators:                                                     Location:

   1. Regulation      of      1. Number of inspections conducted in businesses.               Ratlou Local Municipality
       business / food        2. Number of water testing samples taken.
       outlets    within      3. Number of fines issued for contravention of the law.
       the municipality.
   2. Regulation of
       Abattoirs
   3. Regulation of
       water quality
Major Activities:          Responsible Agencies                 Possible           funding    Time frame & costs
                                                                Agencies
                                                                                              2008/9      2009/10         2010/11

   1. Conduct              RLM                                  RLM                           R1000.00    R1000.000       R100.000
        awareness          NMMD                                 NMMD                          0
        Programmes in
        relation      to
        Municipal
        Health
        Services.
   2.   Interaction with
        Stakeholders.
   3.   Inspection    of
        premises     for
        compliance.
   4.   Sampling/
        testing    water
        quality      for
        consumption.
   5.   Licensing     of
        businesses
Priority Issue: Management of Social Services                                                Project No:
Project Name:                   Municipal Parks                                              Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:              Establish and manage municipal parks for communities         2010

   Outputs:                              Indicators:                                         Location:

   1. Areas         for      Park        1. Number of sites identified                       Ratlou Local Municipality
        development identified.          2. EIA/ Survey
   2.   EIA/ Survey on suitable          3. Number of resolutions by Tribal Authorities.
        sites conducted.




Major Activities:                   Responsible Agencies          Possible         funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                  Agencies
                                                                                             2008/9              2009/10   2010/11


   1. Interaction with Dikgosi    RLM                             RLM                        R0.000              R0.000    R200.000
   2. Establishment            of NMMD                            NMMD
        Municipal Parks.            DEAT                          DEAT




Priority Issue: Waste      Project No:
Management
Project Name:                  Development of Dumping sites                                      Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:             To ensure that there are legally registered dumping sites         2010/2011

    Outputs:                       Indicators:                                                   Location:

Effective management           Number of registered dumping sites                                Ratlou Local Municipality
of dumping sites

Compliance             with
legislative provisions


Major Activities:              Responsible Agencies                  Possible          funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                     Agencies
                                                                                                 2008/9         2009/10      2010/11

   Interaction        with    RLM                                   RLM                         R0.000         R0.000       R550.000
    Dikgosi                    NMMD                                  NMMD
   Identification of sites    DEAT                                  DEAT
   Registering of sites
   Awareness
    Campaigns
   Management            of
    Cemeteries
   Disaster
    Management Plan.
LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Priority Issue: SMME       Project No:
DEVELOPMENT
Project Name:              SMME’S                                                         Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:         To promote SMME’S in the Municipality                          2010/2011
                           Support existing LED projects


    Outputs:                   Indicators:                                                Location:
1. Capacity building       1. Operational and productive co-ops
2. Identify SMME’S for     2. Number of SMME’S funded                                     Ratlou Local Municipality
   assistance.

Major Activities:          Responsible Agencies                   Possible      funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                  Agencies                R100.000
                                                                                          2008/9         2009/10            2010/11

1.     Construction   of   RLM                                    RLM                                    Ward 5
     hawkers stalls        HARMONY                                HARMONY                                Lopapeng Section
                           G MINE                                 G MINE                                 Hawkers Stalls
                                                                  Dept. Economic Dev. &
                                                                  Tourism                                Ward 8
                                                                                                         Kraaipan
                                                                                                         Station
                                                                                                         Hawkers Stalls




Priority       Issue:      Project No:
Marketing products of
local SMME’S
Project Name:               Marketing locally produced products                           Targets/ Target Group

Project Objective:          To promote SMME’S in the Municipality                         2010
                            To promote local markets and products

          Outputs:             Indicators:                                                Location:
   1. Exhibition       of      1. Increased production on SMME’S
        products at flea       2. More job opportunities                                  Ratlou Local Municipality
        market                 3. Increased revenue
   2.   Exhibition     of
        products at the
        annual     Mega-
        Expo
   3.   Exhibition     of
        products at the
        annual Durban
        indaba.

Major Activities:           Responsible Agencies                  Possible      funding   Time frame & costs
                                                                  Agencies
                                                                                          2008/9         2009/10      2010/11

                            RLM                                   RLM                                    All Wards    All Wards
   1. Market        local   NWP & TB                              Dept. Economic Dev. &
        SMME products       Invest NW                             Tourism
   2.   Open up new         NMMDM                                 NMMDM
        opportunities for
        SMME’S        by
        allowing      an
        interactive
        sessions     with
        strategic
        partners.
Priority         Issue:      Project No:
Marketing      Sectors
with        Economic
potential
Project Name:                Municipal marketing profile                                     Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:           To design a profile that identifies economic strengths of the   2010
                             Municipality in all sectors

Outputs:                     Indicators:                                                     Location:

   Increased number            1. Number of B&B’s built                                   Ratlou Local Municipality
    of          emerging        2. Number of people employed through opportunities created
    SMME’S in Tourism,              in Agriculture
    Mining, Agriculture         3. Increased in number of mining SMME’S in RLM
    & Manufacturing
                                4. Increased number of foreign investors in RLM
   Increased        job
    opportunities.
   Increased
    Agricultural
    production, Mining
    and other sectors
    outputs for domestic
    & export needs.

Major Activities:            Responsible Agencies             Possible funding Agencies      Time frame & costs
                                                                                             R40.000
                                                                                             2008/9   2009/10          2010/11

    1. Consolidation of RLM                                   RLM                                        All Wards     All Wards
         data          for   NWP & TB                         Dept. Economic      Dev.   &
         investment          Invest NW                        Tourism
         purpose from all    NMMDM                            NMMDM
         wards
    2.   Package     info
         and      design
         brochures
    3.   Market       the
       municipality
       through      the
       brochure



Priority Issue: Promote sound business environment                                    Project No:
Project Name:                   Revamping of Setlagole Complex                        Targets/ Target Group
Project Objective:              To ensure that the complex is in good condition and   2010
                                operates in a good business environment


Outputs:                         Indicators:                                          Location:

   1. Renovation of Setlagole       1. Renovated business complex                Ratlou Local Municipality
       business complex             2. Conducive business environment for SMME’S
                                        & other sectors of government



Major Activities:                Responsible Agencies       Possible       funding    Time frame & costs
                                                            Agencies
                                                                                      2008/9            2009/10       2010/11


   1. Fencing    and     some    RLM                        RLM                                          Ward5
       major renovations to be   NWP & TB                   Dept. Economic Dev. &                       Setlagole
       made on the complex       Invest NW                  Tourism                                     Complex
                                 NMMDM                      NMMDM                                       renovations
                                                                                                        R290.0000
RAMOTSHERE MOILOA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAPITAL PROJECTS 2010/2011 – 2012/2013


                  2010/2011    2011/2012
                 FINANCIAL    FINANCIAL                                  2012/2013 FINANCIAL YEAR
  CAPITAL           YEAR         YEAR
 PROJECTS
                                                            TOTAL                  NMMDM/     TOTAL            NMMDM/    TOTAL
                    MIG       Commitments   NMMDM/ OTHER                 MIG                             MIG
                                                           BUDGET                   OTHER    BUDGET            OTHER    BUDGET

RAMOTSHER
E MOILOA LM

ROADS AND
STREETS
Dinokana Ward
11 Roads and
Stormwater

Braklaagte Bus
Route                                                                                            -                        -
Zeerust
Rehabilitation
of Existing
Gravel
Roads(EPWP)                                                                                      -                        -


                                                                                                 -                        -
TOTAL
ROADS AND
STREETS                            -                           -                                 -                        -


WATER

Cashan Ext. 6
Water Supply                                                   -                                 -                        -

Mmasebudule
Water Supply                                                   -                                 -                        -

Lekgopung
Water Supply                                                   -       3,200,000             3,200,000                    -

Suppingstad
Water Supply      3,000,000                                3,000,000                             -                        -
Nietverdient
Water Supply                                  -                       -                       -

Moshana Water
Supply            6,000,000               6,000,000                   -                       -

Swaartkopfonte
in Water Supply                               -       6,000,000   6,000,000                   -

Driefontein
Water Supply                                  -       6,000,000   6,000,000                   -

Rietpan Water
Supply                                        -       3,000,000   3,000,000   4,200,000   4,200,000

Lebatla Water
Supply                                        -                       -                       -

Gopane Water
Supply                                        -                       -                       -

Motlhaba Water
Supply                        4,400,000   4,400,000                   -                       -

Motswedi
Water Supply                  5,400,000   5,400,000                   -                       -

Mmutshweu
Water Supply      1,000,000               1,000,000                   -                       -

Boseja Water
Supply                                        -       5,000,000   5,000,000                   -

Puana Water
Supply                                        -       4,000,000   4,000,000                   -

Skoonplas
Water Supply                                  -                       -                       -

Borothamadi
Water Supply                                  -                       -                       -

Radihudu
Water Supply                                  -                       -                       -

Mokgola Water
Supply                                        -                       -                       -

Nyetse Water
Supply                                        -                       -                       -
Reagile
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Braaklaagte
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Ntsweletsoku
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Mosweu
Water Supply   2,600,000   2,600,000   -   -
Puana Water
Supply                         -       -   -
Mokgatlhe
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Molebatsi
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Maramage
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Kgalagatsane
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Rakoko
Water Supply   1,000,000   1,000,000   -   -
Ratsara
Water Supply   705,000     705,000     -   -
Khunutswana
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Madutle
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Matlhase
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Doornglagte
and
Pachdraai
Water Supply   6,800,000   6,800,000   -   -
Grootmarico
Water Supply                   -       -   -
Welbedacht
Bulk Water
Supply
Augmentation                   -       -   -
Borakalalo
Bulk Water             1,000,                                1,0
Supply          000                             00,000                                 -                                  -
Dinokana
Bulk Water
Supply
Augmentation                                    -                                      -                                  -
TOTAL                 22,105,                               31,9         27,200,                27,2           4,20                   4,20
WATER           000             -   9,800,000   05,000             000             -   00,000          0,000          -   0,000

SANITATION
Cashan Ext.
6                                                       -                                   -                                     -
Mmasebudul
e Rural
Sanitation                          2,400,000       2,400,000                               -                                     -
Lekgopung
Rural
Sanitation                          3,000,000       3,000,000                               -                                     -
Suppingstad
Rural
Sanitation                                              -                                   -                                     -
Nietverdient
Rural
Sanitation                                              -                                   -                                     -
Moshana
Rural
Sanitation                                              -                                   -                                     -
Swaartkopfon
tein Rural
Sanitation                                              -                                   -                                     -
Driefontein
Rural
Sanitation                                              -                                   -                                     -
Rietpan Rural
Sanitation                                              -                                   -                                     -
Lobatla Rural
Sanitation                          5,000,000       5,000,000                               -                                     -
Gopane Rural
Sanitation                                              -                                   -                                     -
Motlhaba
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -


Motswedi                        -       -   -
Mmutshweu/
Ba na bakae
Rural
Sanitation      2,500,000   2,500,000   -   -
Boseja Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Puana Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Skoonplas
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Borothamadi
Rural
Sanitation      1,000,000   1,000,000   -   -
Radihudu
Rural
Sanitation      1,000,000   1,000,000   -   -
Mokgola
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Nyetse Rural
Sanitation      2,300,000   2,300,000   -   -
Reagile Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Braaklaagte
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Mosweu
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Puana Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Mokgatlhe                       -       -   -
Rural
Sanitation
Molebatsi
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Maramage
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Kgalagatsane
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Rakoko Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Ratsara Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Khunutswana
Rural
Sanitation      1,500,000   1,500,000   -   -
Madutle Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Matlhase
Rural
Sanitation      1,300,000   1,300,000   -   -
Doornlaagte
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -


Grootmarico                     -       -   -
Pachsdraai
Rural
Sanitation                      -       -   -
Welbedacht
Bulk Water
Supply
Augmentation                    -       -   -
Borakalalo
Bulk Water
Supply                          -       -   -
Dinokana
Bulk Water
Supply
Augmentation                    -       -   -
Groot Marico
WWTP                                              -                -           -
Zeerust
WWTP                             15,000,000   15,000,000           -           -
Motswedi
WWTP                             1,000,000    1,000,000            -           -
Welbedacht
WWTP                             1,000,000    1,000,000            -           -
Ikageleng
Sewer
Network
Upgrade                          1,000,000    1,000,000            -           -
Zeerust &
Welbedatch
Sewer
Reticulation                     7,000,000    7,000,000            -           -
TOTAL
SANITATION          -        -   45,000,000   45,000,000   -   -   -   -   -   -
PUBLIC
SERVICE
INFRASTRU
CTURE
Lobatla Multi
Purpose
Centre                                                         -   -       -   -

 TOTAL
PUBLIC
SERVICE
INFRASTRU
CTURE               -        -       -            -        -   -   -   -   -   -



TOTAL
RAMOTSHE
RE MOILOA
LM              22,105,000   -   54,800,000   76,905,000           -           -
                                                RAMOTSHERE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY MIG PROJECTS

                                                   2010/2011                            2011/2012                     2012/2013
             PROJECTS                   Ward       BUDGET      PROJECT     BUDGET          PROJECT       Ward       BUDGET      PROJECT
                                                               BALANCE                    BALANCE                               BALANCE
SANITATION
Borakalalo Sports Facility                4        R2,800,00   R201,928             -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0
Setete Internal Roads                    13        R5,600,00   R1,645,60            -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0           2
Mmantsie Internal Roads                   7        R6,300,00   R1,945,02            -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0           7
Borakalalo Internal Roads                 4        R5,600,00   R800,414             -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0
Ntsweletsoku Sport Facility              13        R2,300,00   R2,200,00            -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0           0
Ntsweletsoku High Mast Lights            13        R1,000,00   R916,000             -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0
Wellbedacht Unit 1 & 2 Internal Roads   12&13      R6,000,00   R6,000,00            -                -          -
                                                           0           0
Mokgola Internal Roads and                7        R11,140,0   R8,873,30            -                -          -           -             -
Stormwater                                                00           6
Gopane Ward 6 High Mast Lights            6        R1,000,00   R236,841             -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0
Moshana Bridge                            2        R2,500,00   R366,156             -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0
Moselapetlwa Internal Roads              17        R5,830,00   R873,790             -                -          -           -             -
                                                           0
Dinokana ward 10 High Mast Lights        10        R1,886,48   R1,158,50            -                -          -           -             -
                                                             3           0
Paving – Moshana Internal Roads            2         R5,020,00   R3,730,79         -             -          -           -             -
                                                             0           6
Upgrading – Lekgopung Internal Roads       1         R4,000,00                     -             -          -           -             -
                                                             0
Dinokana Internal Roads                    10        R3,000,00                     -             -          -           -             -
                                                             0
Khunotswana Internal Roads                 14        R3,000,00                     -             -          -
                                                             0
Motlhaba Bridge and Internal Roads         4         R5,000,00                     -             -          -           -             -
                                                             0
Mokgola High Mast Lights                   7         R1,000,00                     -             -          -           -             -
                                                             0
Madutle High Mast Lights                   14        R1,000,00                     -             -          -           -             -
                                                             0




NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP GRANT PROJECTS (NDPG)


                                                RAMOTSHERE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY MIG PROJECTS

                                                     2010/2011                      2011/2012                     2012/2013
            PROJECTS                     Ward        BUDGET      PROJECT     BUDGET    PROJECT       Ward       BUDGET      PROJECT
                                                                 BALANCE              BALANCE                               BALANCE
IKAGELENG
Upgrading - stadium                    7,9,10,11,1   R7,000,00   R7,000,00         -             -          -           -             -
Ikageleng access road and bridge         5 & 16          0           0             -             -          -           -             -
Multi purpose community centre                                                     -             -          -           -             -
N4 By-Pass Route                                                                   -             -          -           -             -
Dinokana formalization   -   -   -   -   -
Mokgola Formalization    -   -   -   -   -
12. INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICE DELIVERY – NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

    E SRVICES PROJECTS 2010/2011


Priority Issue:                 Project No.                                                IDP Ref No.
XXXXXXXXXX                      CS01                                                       NMMDM Corporate
                                                                                           Services

Project Name:
Building Renovations
Project Objective:              KPI
To renovate municipal           Renovated & compliant building
buildings to ensure compliant
with OHS & EE
Major Activities:               Responsible Department:          Skills         Budget:    Possible Funding
                                                                 Required:      R300 000   Agency
•   Develop Terms of            Corporate Services               • Project
    reference                                                        manageme
•   Advertise bid                                                    nt
•   Renovating the Council                                       • Contract
    Chamber                                                          manageme
                                                                     nt
•   Renovating municipal
    offices
•   Replacing fire
    extinguishers
Priority Issue: XXXXXXXXXX                                                                                  Project No.     IDP Ref No.
                                                                                                            CS02            NMMDM
                                                                                                                            Corporate
Project Name: Workplace Skills Development Plan

Project Objective:                        KPI
Review and align the workplace skills     •  Reviewed & Aligned WSP
development plan
                                          •  No. of officials & councilors trained
Major Activities:                         Responsible Department:                 Skills       Budget:             Possible Funding Agency
                                                                                  Required     R1 772 400
•   Report on 2009/10 WSP                 Corporate Services                      :
•   Review the 2010/11 WSP                                                        • Skills
                                                                                      Devel
•   Implement the WSP
                                                                                      opme
•   Evaluate effectiveness of training                                                nt
•   Quality assurance                                                                 Facili
                                                                                      tation
                                                                                  • Proje
                                                                                      ct
                                                                                      mana
                                                                                      geme
                                                                                      nt
                                                                                  • Monit
                                                                                      oring
                                                                                      &
                                                                                      Evalu
                                                                                      ation
                                                                                  • Coac
                                                                                      hing
                                                                                  • Mode
                                                                                      ration
                                                                                  • Asse
                                                                                      sor
Priority Issue: XXXXXXXXX                                                               IDP Ref No.
                                                                                        NMMDM Corporate Services



Project Name:
Network Infrastructure
Project Objective:                         KPI                  Target:
To install network infrastructure at the   Functional IT        June 2011
Guest House offices                        infrastructure

Major Activities:                          Responsible          Skills Required:        Budget:     Possible Funding Agency
                                           Department:          • Project management    R
•   Install network                                             • Cabling
                                           Corporate Services
                                                                • Contract management
Priority Issue:           Project No.               IDP Ref No.
XXXXXXXXXXX               CS 04                     NMMDM Corporate Services



Project Name:
Electronic Document
Management System
Project Objective:        KPI                       Target:
To develop Electronic     Functional Document       June 2011
Document Management       Management System
System
Major Activities:         Responsible Department:   Skills Required:             Budget:   Possible Funding
                                                    • Project management         R         Agency
•   Develop terms of      Corporate Services
                                                    • Contract management
    reference
                                                    • Systems & Analyst skills
•   Advertise bid                                   •
•   Conduct training on
    usage
•   Implement the plan
•
Priority Issue: XXXXXXXXXXX                                                           IDP Ref No.
                                                                                      NMMDM Corporate Services



Project Name:
By-Laws
Project Objective:                     KPI                    Target:
To establish regulatory framework in   •     No. of By-Laws   June 2011
relation to powers and functions             publicized

Major Activities:                      Responsible            Skills Required:        Budget:     Possible Funding Agency
                                       Department:            • Policy development    R500 000
•   Customize By-Laws                                         • Contract management
                                       Corporate Services
•   Conduct work-shops on By-Laws                             • Project management
•   Publicize By-Laws                                         •
Priority Issue:            Project No.                                                  IDP Ref No.
XXXXXXXXXXX                CS06                                                         NMMDM Corporate
                                                                                        Services


Project Name:
Acquisition of Municipal
Vehicles
Project Objective:         KPI
To acquire vehicle         •     No. of vehicles procured

Major Activities:          Responsible Department:          Skills         Budget:      Possible Funding
                                                            Required:      R1 000 000   Agency
•   Develop Terms of       Corporate Services               • Contract
    reference                                                   manageme
•   Advertise bid                                               nt
                                                            • Project
                                                                manageme
                                                                nt
                                                            • Fleet
                                                                manageme
                                                                nt
13. TECHNICAL SERVICES (WATER SERVICES AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING)

IDP Projects (2010/2011 Financial Year)


Priority Issue: Water Services Institutional Arrangements                                  IDP Ref No.
                                                                                           XXXXX

Project Name:
Implementation Section 78 (1) Assessment
Project Objective:                    KPI                   Target:
To implement the outcome of section   Number of Water       June 2011
78 (1) assessment (Water Services     Supply Schemes
Provision)                            Transferred
Major Activities:                     Responsible           Skills Required:               Budget:         Possible Funding Agency
T                                     Department:           • Project management           R 1.8 Million
• Compilation of implementation                             • WSP service delivery model
   plan.                              Technical Services
• Stakeholder Engagement.
• Transfer of Personnel from WSP’s




Priority Issue: Water Services Planning                                                     IDP Ref No.
                                                                                            XXXXX


Project Name:
Water Services Development Planning
Project Objective:                     KPI                  Target:
To develop water services              WSDP (2011 – 2015)   June 2011
development plan in line with the      Adopted by Council
requirements of the Water Services
Act.

Major Activities:                      Responsible          Skills Required:   Budget:         Possible Funding Agency
T                                      Department:                             R 1.8 Million
• Conceptualization and
   Documentation.                      Technical Services
• Tender Advertisement, Evaluation
   and Award.
• Collate Planning Data.
• Compilation of a WSDP.
• Stakeholder Engagement.




Priority Issue: Water          Project No.                  IDP Ref No.
Services Provision             TS03                         XXXXX


Project Name:
Infrastructure Maintenance
and Operation Contract
(WWTW)
Project Objective:            KPI                              Target:
To develop ensure effective   # of WWTW complying with         June 2012
operation and maintenance     technical norms and
of Waster Water Treatment     standards in terms of effluent
Works.                        quality.
Major Activities:             Responsible Department:          Skills Required:             Budget:        Possible Funding
T                                                                                           R 16 Million   Agency
• Technical Assessment of     Technical Services
    all WWTW.
• Compile Technical
    Recommendations.
• Refurbishment of
    dilapidating WWTW
• Training of process
    controllers and plant
    operators.
• Monitoring Reporting.




Priority Issue: Water Services Provision                                                     IDP Ref No.
                                                                                             XXXXX


Project Name:
Water Conservation and Demand Management Programme
Project Objective:                     KPI                     Target:
Reduction of Non Revenue Water in      % Reduction of Non      20% reduction by June 2011
Water Supply Schemes                   Revenue Water
Major Activities:                           Responsible          Skills Required:   Budget:        Possible Funding Agency
T                                           Department:                             R 8 Million
• Water Audit.
                                            Technical Services
• Assessment of bulk meters.
• Identification of unauthorized use.
• Leak detection.
• Reservoir Overflows.
• Determine apparent and real
   losses.
• NRW Assessment Report with
   Recommendations
• Capital Programme to Technical
   aspects as per recommendations
   from the Assessment Report.




Priority Issue: Water Services Planning                                              IDP Ref No.
                                                                                     XXXXX


Project Name:
Bulk Water Feasibility Study: Ratlou Local Municipality
Project Objective:                          KPI                  Target:
To undertake a feasibility study for bulk   Feasibility Report   June 2011
water augmentation in Ratlou LM
Major Activities:                        Responsible          Skills Required:      Budget:       Possible Funding Agency
                                         Department:                                R 0.650
•   Determination of regional recharge                                              Million
    and water balances                   Technical Services
•   Determination of the current
    groundwater abstraction
•   Regional reserve determinations
    and interpretation
•   Explore/Assess the possibility of
    Regional bulk water supply
    scheme for RLM




Priority Issue: Water Services Provision                                            IDP Ref No.
                                                                                    XXXXX
Project Name:
Free Basic Water Implementation

Project Objective:                       KPI                  Target:
To ensure access to basic level of       # of house holds     June 2011 (Ongoing)
water supply by primary beneficiaries.   served with Free
                                         Basic Water
Major Activities:                       Responsible           Skills Required:   Budget:        Possible Funding Agency
T                                       Department:                              R 20 Million
• Implementation of Free Basic
   Water in line with FBW               Technical Services
   implementation strategy.
   - Identify rural water supply
       schemes meeting the
       requirements of a basic level
       of water supply facility.
   - Subsiding Free Basic Water in
       all rural water supply schmes.
   - Water Tankering to rural
       communities without access to
       basic level of service.




Priority Issue: Transportation Engineering Services                              IDP Ref No.
                                                                                 XXXXX
Project Name:
   1. Development of Roads Master Plan
   2. Development of Storm Water Master Plan

Project Objective:                      KPI                   Target:
To develop the roads master plan and                  Roa    June 2011
storm water master for the district.                   ds
                                                       Mast
                                                       er
                                                       Plan
                                                      Stor
                                                       m
                                                       wate
                                                       r
                                                       mast
                                   er
                                   plan



Major Activities:   Responsible           Skills Required:   Budget:   Possible Funding Agency
                    Department:                              R 13.5
                                                             Million
                    Technical Services
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

Priority Issue: Environmental Management and Protection                                   IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Environmental Management Framework

Project Objective:                         KPI              Target:
To develop enforceable EMF of              •     Gazetted   June 2011
NMMDM                                            EMF

Major Activities:                          Responsible      Skills Required:              Budget:           Possible Funding
                                           Department:      • Project management          R 1 000 000.00    Agency:
•   Stakeholder consultation meetings                       • Facilitation
                                           Planning and
•   Inputs to draft reports
                                           Development      • Monitoring and evaluation
•   Workshop Final Report                                   • Environmental legislation
•   Gazette Final Report




Priority Issue: Environmental Management and Protection                                      IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Air Quality Management Plan

Project Objective:                         KPI              Target:
To develop Air Quality Management Plan     •     Adopted    June 2011
of NMMDM                                         AQMP

Major Activities:                          Responsible      Skills Required:                 Budget:        Possible Funding
                                           Department:      • Project management             R 800 000.00   Agency:
•   Stakeholder consultation meetings                       • Facilitation
                                           Planning and
•   Inputs to draft reports
                                           Development      • Monitoring and evaluation
•   Workshop Final Report                                   • Environmental legislation
•   Gazette Final Report


Priority Issue: Enterprise/Corporate GIS                                                     IDP Ref No.
Project Name: Acquisition of high resolution Imagery and Aerial photography

Project Objective:                            KPI                   Target:
To acquire of high resolution imagery/        •     No. of          2015/16
aerial photography for the five LMs                 villages/port
                                                    ions
                                                    mapped per
                                                    LM

Major Activities:                             Responsible           Skills Required:                           Budget:
• Flying/mapping all five LMs                 Department:           • Project management                       R 2.5 M
• Project Steering Committee                  Planning and
                                                                    • Training on Remote Sensing & new tools
   Meetings
                                              Development           • GIS standards on imagery and aerial
• Progress Reports                                                      photography
• Monitoring & evaluation
• Data analysis &
• Final Submission of the Imagery

Priority Issue: Enterprise/Corporate GIS                                                                       IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Land Use Inventory

Project Objective:                            KPI                   Target:
To acquire all land use records in the five   •     Land use        June 2011
LMs                                                 records
                                                    mapped per
                                                    LM

Major Activities:                             Responsible           Skills Required:                           Budget:
                                              Department:           • Project management                       R 0.00
•   Procurement of external funding and                             • Training on advanced spatial analyst     NMMDM &
    development of business plan              Planning and                                                     60% of external
                                              Development           • GIS standards on land use records        funding
•   Field work
•   Alignment with SDF and IDP
•   Determination of zoning and re-
    zoning
•   Determination of Land ownership
•   Project Steering Committee Meeting
•   Progress Reports
•   Monitoring & evaluation
•   Final submission of land use
    datasets




Priority Issue: Enterprise/Corporate GIS                                                               IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Mapping of 5yr IDP projects

Project Objective:                           KPI              Target:
To acquire spatial information on all the    •     No. of     June 2011
5yr IDP Projects                                   projects
                                                   mapped

Major Activities:                            Responsible      Skills Required:                         Budget:
• Field work                                 Department:      • Project management                     R 0.00
• Tracing of all the IDP projects            Planning and
                                                              • Training on advanced spatial analyst
   executed during the 5yrs period
                                             Development
• Datasets
• Determination of their sustainability
   and success.



Priority Issue: Enterprise/Corporate GIS                                                               IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Deployment of Multi-User Geodatabase

Project Objective:                           KPI              Target:
To grant five LMs an access to the spatial   •     Five LM    June 2011
data through Multi-user geodatabase       having
                                          access to
                                          the Multi-
                                          User
                                          Geodataba
                                          se

Major Activities:                      Responsible     Skills Required:                              Budget:
• Networking of all the five LMs and   Department:     • Project management                          R 0.00
   relevant stakeholders
                                       Planning and
                                                       • Training on Data management in the multi-
• Disclaimer                           Development
                                                           user geodatabase
• Application
DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Priority Issue: Provision of     Project No:
Disaster Risk Management
Services

Project Name:                    Disaster Risk Management    Targets / Target Group: NMMDM Communities
                                 Centre
Project Objective:               To Provide Disaster Risk    Location:
                                 Management Services
Outputs:                         Indicators:                 Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
Fully functional disaster risk   Established disaster risk
management centre                management centre




Major Activities:                Responsible Department:     Possible funding Agencies:     Timeframe & Costs (In Rands)

    • Develop Level 1            Disaster Management Unit    Dept of LG & Traditional
                                                             Affairs                        September 2010                 2.4 million
        Plans for 4 LM’s.                                                                   December 2010                  1.4 million
    •   Develop Level 2 Plan
        for NMMDM




Priority Issue: Provision of     Project No:
Fire Fighting Services

Project Name:                    Fire Fighting Services     Targets / Target Group: NMMDM Communities
Project Objective:               To provide Fire Fighting   Location:
                                 Services
Outputs:                         Indicators:                Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
Fully Functional Fire Fighting   Accessible Fire Fighting
Services                         Services




Major Activities:                Responsible Department:    Possible funding Agencies:     Timeframe & Costs (In Rands)

    • Procure additional         Fire & Rescue Services     Dept of Local Government &
                                                            Traditional Affairs            2010/11                        6.2 million
        Fire Engines &
        Equipments                                          NMMDM
                                                                                                                          2 million
    •    Procure protective
        clothing                                                                                                          100 000
    •   Procure basic
        equipments for FPA
        assistance
Priority Issue: Provision of     Project No:
Municipal Health Services

Project Name:                    Municipal Health Services      Targets / Target Group: NMMDM Communities
Project Objective:               To provide Municipal Health    Location:
                                 Services
Outputs:                         Indicators:                    Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
Fully Established Municipal      Established Municipal Health
Health Services                  Services




Major Activities:                Responsible Department:        Possible funding Agencies:     Timeframe & Costs (In Rands)

    • Adoption by Council MHS Unit                              NMMDM
                                                                                               July 2010                      -
        of Section 78 process
        report on MHS.
                                                                Dept of LG & Traditional
                                 MHS Unit                       Affairs                                                       3.8 million
    •      Implement Waste                                                                     August 2010
        Management                                                                                                            700 000
                                                                NMMDM
        intervention
        programme           at                                                                 March 2011                     -
                                 MHS Unit                       NMMDM
        Tswaing, Ditsobotla &
        Mafikeng                                                                               February 2011
                                 MHS Unit
    • Develop IWMP for
        NMMDM

    • Adopt MHS Generic
        by    Laws        and
        implement
ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT

Priority Issue: Environmental Management and Protection                                              IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Environmental Management Framework

Project Objective:                              KPI                    Target:
To develop enforceable EMF of NMMDM             •       Gazetted       June 2011
                                                        EMF

Major Activities:                               Responsible            Skills Required:              Budget:       Possible Funding Agency:
                                                Department:            • Project management          R 1
•   Stakeholder consultation meetings                                  • Facilitation                000 000.00
                                                Planning and
•   Inputs to draft reports
                                                Development            • Monitoring and evaluation
•   Workshop Final Report                                              • Environmental legislation
•   Gazette Final Report




Priority Issue: Enterprise/Corporate GIS                                                                    Project No.       IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Acquisition of high resolution Imagery and Aerial photography

Project Objective:                                  KPI                                                     Target:
To acquire of high resolution imagery/ aerial       •     No. of villages/portions mapped per LM            2015/16
photography for the five LMs
Major Activities:                             Responsible Department:                Skills Required:                 Budget:
• Flying/mapping all five LMs                                                        • Project management             R 2.5 M
                                              Planning and Development
• Project Steering Committee Meetings                                                • Training on Remote Sensing &
• Progress Reports                                                                       new tools
• Monitoring & evaluation                                                            • GIS standards on imagery and
                                                                                         aerial photography
• Data analysis &
• Final Submission of the Imagery




Priority Issue: Enterprise/Corporate GIS                                                                              Project No.   IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Land Use Inventory

Project Objective:                            KPI                                                                     Target:
To acquire all land use records in the five   •     Land use records mapped per LM                                    June 2011
LMs
Major Activities:                             Responsible Department:                Skills Required:                 Budget:
                                                                                     • Project management             R 0.00
•   Procurement of external funding and       Planning and Development
                                                                                     • Training on spatial analyst
    development of business plan
                                                                                     • GIS standards on land use
•   Field work                                                                           records
•   Alignment with SDF and IDP
•   Determination of zoning and re-zoning
•   Determination of Land ownership
•   Project Steering Committee Meeting
•   Progress Reports
•   Monitoring & evaluation
•   Final submission of land use datasets




Priority Issue: Enterprise/Corporate GIS                                                                       Project No.   IDP Ref No.

Project Name: Mapping of 5yr IDP projects

Project Objective:                              KPI                                                            Target:
To acquire spatial information on all the 5yr   •     No. of projects mapped                                   June 2011
IDP Projects
Major Activities:                               Responsible Department:        Skills Required:                Budget:
• Field work                                                                   • Project management            R 0.00
                                                Planning and Development
• Tracing of all the IDP projects executed                                     • Training on spatial analyst
   during the 5yrs period
• Datasets
• Determination of their sustainability and
   success.
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT UNIT (PMU)

Priority Issue: Service Delivery                                                                      Project No.          IDP Ref No.
                                                                                                      CS01                 XXXXX

Project Name:
Various
Project Objective:                      KPI                                                           Outputs:
• To ensure access to water.            % of project completed                                        • Reticulation
• To ensure access sanitation.                                                                        • Reservoirs
                                                                                                      • Bulk pipelines
                                                                                                      • Pump stations
                                                                                                      • Treatment Works
                                                                                                      • Boreholes

Major Activities:                       Responsible Department:   Skills             Budget:                        Possible Funding Agency
                                                                  Required:          R325, 878, 000                 • MIG
•   Feasibility study                   Project Management Unit   • GCC 2010                                        • EPWP
•   EIA                                                           • Advance                                         • DWA
•   Geohydrological Investigation                                     Project
                                                                                                                    • DDLG
                                                                      manageme
•   Design
                                                                      nt                                            • DBSA
•   Compiling of Tender Document
                                                                  • Contract
•   Tender Advertisement                                              manageme
•   Construction                                                      nt
•   Financial Management                                          • Local
•   Project Management                                                Governmen
                                                                      t
•   Contract Management                                               Administrati
•   Project Monitoring and Evaluation                                 on &
•   Project-based Capacity Building &                                 Manageme
    Employment Generation                                             nt
•   Community Liaison                                             • Labour
                                                                      Intensive
                                                                      Constructio
                                                                      n NQF 5&7
                                                                  • OHSA
•   Technical
    Report
    Writing
•   Design
    Course
•   Advance
    Computer
    Courses
Priority Issue: XXXXXXXXXX                                                                                         Project No.   IDP Ref
                                                                                                                   CS02          No.XXXXX
Project Name: Workplace Skills Development Plan

Project Objective:                         KPI                                                                     Target:
Review and align the workplace skills      •  Reviewed & Aligned WSP                                               May 2010
development plan
                                           •  No. of officials & councilors trained
Major Activities:                          Responsible Department:                  Skills Required:               Budget:       Possible
                                                                                    • Project management           R1 772 400    Funding
•   Report on 2009/10 WSP                  Corporate Services
                                                                                    • Facilitation                               Agency
•   Review the 2010/11 WSP                                                          • Program evaluation
•   Implement the WSP                                                               • Coaching & Moderation
•   Evaluate effectiveness of training




Priority Issue: XXXXXXXXX                                                                                IDP Ref No.
                                                                                                         XXXXXX
Project Name:
Network Infrastructure
Project Objective:                         KPI                  Target:
To install network infrastructure at the   Functional IT        June 2011
Guest House offices                        infrastructure
Major Activities:                          Responsible          Skills Required:             Budget:       Possible Funding Agency
                                           Department:          • Project management         R
•   Install network                                             • Cabling
                                           Corporate Services
                                                                • Contract management




Priority Issue: XXXXXXXXXXX                                                                  IDP Ref No.
                                                                                             XXXXXXX
Project Name:
Electronic Document Management System
Project Objective:                  KPI                         Target:
To develop Electronic Document      Functional                  June 2011
Management System                   Document
                                    Management
                                    System
Major Activities:                   Responsible                 Skills Required:             Budget:       Possible Funding Agency
                                    Department:                 • Project management         R
• Develop terms of reference                                    • Contract management
                                    Corporate Services
• Advertise bid                                                 • Systems & Analyst skills
• Conduct training on usage                                     •
• Implement the plan
•
Priority Issue: XXXXXXXXXXX                                                                           Project No.           IDP Ref No.
                                                                                                      CS05                  XXXXXX
Project Name:
By-Laws
Project Objective:                     KPI
To establish regulatory framework in   •     No. of By-Laws publicized
relation to powers and functions
Major Activities:                      Responsible Department:           Skills Required:   Budget:                 Possible Funding Agency
                                                                         •   Project        Rxxx
•   Customize By-Laws                  Corporate Services                    managemen
•   Conduct work-shops on By-Laws                                            t

•   Publicize By-Laws                                                    •   Policy
                                                                             development
                                                                         •   Contract
                                                                             managemen
                                                                             t
                                                                         •
14. SECTOR DEPARTMENTS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR 2010-2011

Health and Social Development
                 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS                 LOCATION                    BUDGET

Food Bank
Clothing Bank
Community Bakeries
House of Hope Substance Abuse Project
Handing over of new Children's Home ext 38




Eskom – 2010/11 Projects Gazetted
Local Municipality              Project Name               No of Connections   Comments
Mafikeng                        Lekhubu la Seipone         108                    •   Capacity studies completed.
                                Letlhagorie                171
                                Mantsa                     317
                                                                                  •   Planning completed.
                                Tsokoane                   118
                                Seboane                    56
                                Ditshilo                   130                    •   Projects at design stage.

                                                                                  •   Gazetting process in progress

                                                                                  •   Total projects costing done
Mafikeng Industrial Development Zone

PROJECT                                             VALUE                  STATUS         JOBS CREATED SINCE APRIL `09
Bulk Electricity Supply                             R 18,7m                95% complete   36
Internal Services Project                           R48,9m                 99% complete   86
Total                                                                                     122


Sports, Arts and Culture
Museums Heritage & Libraries
    Mafikeng Museums was upgraded

        Danville Library to be upgraded

        Mafikeng Library          R1,500m

        Constriction of Lomanyaneng Library R4m 2011/2012 R1m 2012/2013

        The achieves building has been completed



Partnerships with Municipality
R1,2m set aside for the ensemble
        Two Groups to the National Arts Festival

        2010 PVAs

        Zindala Zombili

        NW Cultural Calabash

        Fleemarket
   NW Cultural Ensemble
15. CAPITAL INVENSTMENT PROGRAMME AND FRAMEWORK

ANNEXURE B: SCHEDULE OF PROJECTS: MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK


                                                                                                                          FINANCIAL YEAR
FUNCTIONA                                                     DEPARTMEN   FUNDING   MUNICIPALIT
                 KPA                PROJECTS                                                      WARD
L SECTOR                                                      T           SOURCE    Y                                       2011 -
                                                                                                            2010 -2011                   2012 -2013
                                                                                                                            2012

Water                               Itsoseng Bulk Water                                           6,7,8 &
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla              R10,000.000     R10,000.00   R2,000.00
Infrastructure                      Supply & Storage                                              9
                                    Tlhabologang &
Water
                 Service delivery   Coligny Bulk Water        PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    12        R0              R0           R0
Infrastructure
                                    Upgrade
Water                               Boikhutso Bulk Water                                                                    R10,000,00
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    1&2       R3,000,000                   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply & Reticulation                                                                   0
Water                               Verdwaal Bulk Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    10        R3,298,000      R2,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply & Reticulation
                                    Itekeng & Biesiesvlei
Water
                 Service delivery   Bulk Water Supply &       PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    11        R5,000,000      R2,000,000   R0
Infrastructure
                                    Reticulation
Water                               Blydeville Bulk Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    3         R0              R5,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Lichtenburg Bulk Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    5         R0              R5,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply
                                    Bodibe-Rakgolo &
Water                                                                                                                       R15,000,00
                 Service delivery   Gamotuba Ward 19          PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    19        R0                           R0
Infrastructure                                                                                                              0
                                    Water Reticulartion
Water                               Springbokpan Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    19        R0              R500,000     R4,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Meetmekaar Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    19        R0              R500,000     R4,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply Reticulation
Water
                 Service delivery   Bakerville Water Supply   PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla    14        R0              R500,000     R3,000,000
Infrastructure
Water                               Grootfontein Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU         MIG       Ditsobotla              R0              R3,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Bokkraal/Vlakpan Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ditsobotla        R0           R500,000     R3,000,000
Infrastructure                      Reticulation
Water                               Bodibe Ward 17 Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ditsobotla   17   R0           R7,500,000   R3,146,000
Infrastructure                      Reticulation
Water                               Matile 1 & 2 Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ditsobotla   19   R0           R500,000     R4,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
                                    Grasfontein,
Water
                 Service delivery   Welverdiend,Rietvlei,     PMU   MIG   Ditsobotla   14   R0           R3,000,000   R0
Infrastructure
                                    Malegaga Water Supply
Water                               GaMotlatla Upgrading of
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ditsobotla   13   R0           R3,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Water Reticulation
Water
                 Service delivery   Shiela Water Supply       PMU   MIG   Ditsobotla   6    R0           R500,000     R5,000,000
Infrastructure
Water
                 Service delivery   Grootvlei Water Supply    PMU   MIG   Ditsobotla        R0           R500,000     R3,000,000
Infrastructure
                                    Modimola, Magelelo,
                                    Madibe Makgabane,
Water                                                                                                    R10,000,00
                 Service delivery   Makhubung, Moraka,        PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     1    R3,000,000                R0
Infrastructure                                                                                           0
                                    Thangwana Ntshana
                                    Water Supply
Water
                 Service delivery   Masutlhe 1 Phase 2        PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     2    R5,000,000   R0           R0
Infrastructure
Water                               Dibono & Manawana
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng          R3,000,000   R2,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      water Supply
                                    Ikopeleng, Miga,
Water                               Dimorogoane,
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     3    R5,000,000   R0           R0
Infrastructure                      Magokgoane Water
                                    Supply
Water                               Tsetse, Matsatseng &
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng          R5,000,000   R0           R0
Infrastructure                      Slurry Water Supply
                                    Lokaleng, Mogosane,
Water
                 Service delivery   Tlapeng, & Lekgalong      PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     6    R7,417,000   R0           R0
Infrastructure
                                    Water Supply
Water
                 Service delivery   Top Village               PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     7    R4,000,000   R0           R0
Infrastructure
                                    Ward 11 (Seweding &
Water
                 Service delivery   part of Pola) Water       PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     11   R0           R6,000,000   R0
Infrastructure
                                    Supply
Water                               Motlhabeng & Dibate
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     13   R0           R6,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Water Supply
                                    Part of Seweding,
Water
                 Service delivery   Magogoe Tar &             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     14   R4,000,000   R0           R0
Infrastructure
                                    Phatsima Water Supply
                                    Tloung, Part of
Water
                 Service delivery   Magogoe Tar, Magogoe-     PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     17   R0           R5,000,000   R5,000,000
Infrastructure
                                    Makgetla Water Supply
Water                               Mapetla, Tlhabologo, &
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     18   R3,500,000   R4,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Sehuba Water Supply
                                    Magogoe KoiKoi &
Water
                 Service delivery   Magogoe Central Water     PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     19   R0           R6,000,000   R0
Infrastructure
                                    Supply
Water                               Majemantsho Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     21   R0           R5,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Dithakong West & East
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     22   R3,000,000   R4,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      & Ditshilo water supply
                                    Weltevrede, Mooipan,
Water
                 Service delivery   Lombaardslagte &          PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     24   R3,000,000   R5,000,000   R6,000,000
Infrastructure
                                    Brooksby Water Supply
                                    Driehoek, Nooitgedacht,
Water
                 Service delivery   Bapong, Naaupoort,        PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     25   R1,000,000   R6,000,000   R8,000,000
Infrastructure
                                    Kaalpan Water supply
                                    Madibe-a-Tau,
                                    Letlhogoring,
Water
                 Service delivery   Morwatshetlgha,           PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     26   R0           R7,238,000   R7,000,000
Infrastructure
                                    Sebowana, Seipone,
                                    Mnatsha water Supply
                                    Dithakong tsa ga
Water                               Sehuba, Skoongesight
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     27   R4,000,000   R5,000,000   R4,000,000
Infrastructure                      & Dihatshwana Water
                                    Supply
Water                               Mmasebudule water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   1    R0           R500,000     R4,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Lekgopung Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   1    R0           R3,200,000   R2,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Suppingstad Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   1    R3,000,000   R4,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Nietverdient Water
                 Service delivery                             PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   1    R0           R500,000     R3,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water
                 Service delivery   Moshana Water Supply     PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   2     R4,000,000   R0           R0
Infrastructure
Water                               Swaatrkopfontein water
                 Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   2     R0           R6,000,000   R6,000,000
Infrastructure                      supply
Water                               Driefontein Water
                 Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   3     R0           R5,278,000   R6,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water
                 Service delivery   Rietpan Water Supply     PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   3     R0           R3,000,000   R4,195,000
Infrastructure
Water
                 Service delivery   Lobatla Water Supply     PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   3     R0           R5,000,000   R5,000,000
Infrastructure
Water
                 Service delivery   Gopane Water Supply      PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   4&5   R0           R0           R5,000,000
Infrastructure
Water
                 Service delivery   Motlhaba Water Supply    PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   5&5   R2,000,000   R2,000,000   R0
Infrastructure
Water
                 Service delivery   Motswedi water Supply    PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   6&5   R1,000,000   R2,000,000   R0
Infrastructure
Water                               Mmutshweu Water
                 Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   7&5   R1,000,000   R0           R6,000,000
Infrastructure                      supply
Water
                 Service delivery   Boseja Water Supply      PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   6     R0           R5,000,000   R0
Infrastructure
Water                               Puana Ward 6 Water
                 Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   6     R0           R4,000,000   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Skoonplaas Water
                 Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   6     R0           R0           R3,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water                               Borothamadi water
                 Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   6     R0           R0           R3,000,000
Infrastructure                      Supply
Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery   Radihudu Water Supply    PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   6     R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery   Mokgola Water Supply     PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   7     R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery   Nyetse Water Supply      PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   7     R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery   Reagile Water Supply     PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   7     R0           R0           R3,000,000
Water                               Braakglagte Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   8         R0           R500,000     R7,000,000
                                    Supply
Water                               Ntsweletsoku Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere             R0           R0           R8,000,000
                                    Supply
Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery   Mosweu Water Supply      PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   8         R2,600,000   R4,000,000   R0

Water                               Puana Ward 9 Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   9         R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery   Mokgatlhe Water Supply   PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   9         R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery   Molebatsi Water Supply   PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   9         R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water                               Maramage Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   9         R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water                               Kgalagatsane Water
Infrastructure   Service delivery                            PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   9         R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery
Infrastructure                      Rakoko Water Supply      PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   9         R1,000,000   R4,500,000   R0

Water            Service delivery
Infrastructure                      Ratsara Water Supply     PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   9         R705,000     R3,000,000   R0

Water            Service delivery                                                     10,11,1
Infrastructure                      Khunutswana Water                                 2,13,
                                                             PMU   MIG   Ramotshere             R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply                                            14

Water            Service delivery                                                     10,11,1
Infrastructure                      Madutle Water Supply     PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   2,13,&1   R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                                                                      5
Water            Service delivery                                                     10,11,1
Infrastructure                      Matlhase Water Supply    PMU   MIG   Ramotshere   2,13      R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                                                                      &16
Water            Service delivery   Doornglagte and                                   15,16
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ramotshere             R4,800,000   R2,000,000   R0
                                    Pachdraai Water Supply                            &17
Water            Service delivery   Grootmarico Bulk Water                            15,16                  R10,000,00
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ramotshere             R1,000,000                R0
                                    Supply                                            &18                    0
Water            Service delivery   Welbedacht Bulk Water                                       R0           R0
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ramotshere                                       R0
                                    Supply Augmentation
Water            Service delivery   Borakalalo Bulk Water                                              R15,000,00
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ramotshere       R1,000,000                R0
                                    Supply                                                             0
Water            Service delivery   Dinokana Bulk Water                                                R15,000,00
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ramotshere       R0                        R0
                                    Supply Augmentation                                                0
Water            Service delivery
Infrastructure                      Makgori water supply     PMU   MIG   Ratlou       1   R2,000,000   R0           R0

Water            Service delivery   Masamane Water
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ratlou       1   R0           R3,000,000   R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery
Infrastructure                      Mabule Water Supply      PMU   MIG   Ratlou       1   R0           R4,000,000   R0

Water            Service delivery   Tshidilamolomo Water
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ratlou       1   R2,000,000   R0           R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Mathateneg Water
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ratlou       1   R2,000,000   R0           R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Makgobistad Water
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ratlou       2   R2,000,000   R0           R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery
Infrastructure                      Lopurung Water Supply    PMU   MIG   Ratlou       2   R0           R3,000,000   R0

Water            Service delivery   Maeyaiyane Water
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG   Ratlou       2   R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery                                        Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Ditloung Water Supply    PMU   MIG                2   R0           R3,000,000   R0

Water            Service delivery   Selosesha Water                      Ratlou
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG                    R0           R2,000,000   R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery                                        Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Sasane Water Supply      PMU   MIG                    R0           R2,000,000   R0

Water            Service delivery                                        Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Dingateng Water Supply   PMU   MIG                2   R0           R2,000,000   R0

Water            Service delivery                                        Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Disaneng Water Supply    PMU   MIG                3   R0           R0           R4,000,000

Water            Service delivery   Moshawane Water                      Ratlou
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG                4   R2,500,000   R0           R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery                                        Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Logageng Water Supply    PMU   MIG                4   R1.000,000   R6,000,000   R0
Water            Service delivery                                         Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Matloding Water Supply    PMU   MIG             4       R2,000,000    R0           R0

Water            Service delivery                                         Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Setlagole Water Supply    PMU   MIG                     R0            R0           R0

Water            Service delivery   Madibogo Bulk Water                   Ratlou
Infrastructure                      sssupply & Reticulation
                                    (Motsitlane, Ramabesa,
                                    Moetgaan, Rabatho,        PMU   MIG             9 &12   R14,107,000   R0           R0
                                    Longaneng, Morolong,
                                    Dikgatlong, Seloja &
                                    Phahameng)
Water            Service delivery   Madibogopan Water                     Ratlou
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG             6&7     R0            R0           R4,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery                                         Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Diolwane Water Supply     PMU   MIG             7&7     R0            R0           R3,000,000

Water            Service delivery                                         Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Thutlwane Water Supply    PMU   MIG             8       R0            R0           R4,000,000

Water            Service delivery   Setlhwatlhwe Water                    Ratlou
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG             8       R0            R3,000,000   R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery                                         Ratlou
Infrastructure                      Gathulo Water Supply      PMU   MIG             8       R0            R0           R7,000,000

Water            Service delivery   Mareetsane Water                      Ratlou
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG             10      R0            R0           R10,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Tlhakajeng Water                      Ratlou
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG             11      R0            R5,203,000   R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Old Kraaipan Water                    Ratlou
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG             11      R0            R0           R5,372,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Witpan 1 & 2 Water
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG   Tswaing   1       R0            R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Deelpan water Supply                  Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG             1       R3,000,000    R0           R0
                                    Phase 2
Water            Service delivery   Khunwana Water                        Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG             2       R0            R0           R0
                                    Supply Phase 2
Water            Service delivery   Ward 3 Bulk Water         PMU   MIG   Tswaing   3       R2,000,000    R18,000,00   R0
Infrastructure                      Supply (Middleton A, B                                                0
                                    & C, Sione, Morena
                                    Shaleng, Majeng &
                                    Mmofufutso 1 & )2

Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Kopela Water Supply        PMU   MIG             4   R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Diretsane Water Supply     PMU   MIG             4   R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Geluk Water Supply         PMU   MIG             4   R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Ntuane water Supply        PMU   MIG             4   R0           R1,928,000   R1,447,000

Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Maloka Water Supply        PMU   MIG             5   R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water            Service delivery   Rakgwedi 1 & 2 Water                   Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG             5   R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Rooidak Water Supply       PMU   MIG             5   R0           R0           R3,000,000

Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Skierlik Water Supply      PMU   MIG             5   R0           R0           R1,500,000

Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Line Water Supply          PMU   MIG             5   R0           R0           R1,500,000

Water            Service delivery   Vrisgewaagd Water                      Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG             6   R0           R5,000,000   R5,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Manamolela 1, 2, &3                    Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG             6   R0           R0           R2,000,000
                                    Water Supply
Water            Service delivery   Atamelang Water                        Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG             7   R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery                                          Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Gysdorp Water Supply       PMU   MIG             7   R0           R4,000,000   R5,000,000

Water            Service delivery   Sannieshof &                           Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Agisanang Bulk Water       PMU   MIG             8   R4,850,000   R4,000,000   R4,000,000
                                    Supply & Reticulation
Water            Service delivery   Delareyville Bulk Water                Tswaing                    R20,000,00
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG             9   R4,000,000                R10,000,000
                                    Supply                                                            0
Water            Service delivery   Delareyville Ext 8 Water               Tswaing                    R12,000,00
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG             9   R1,000,000                R8,000,000
                                    Supply                                                            0
Water            Service delivery   Broderspruit Water                     Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG                9     R0           R3,000,000   R0
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Mpumalanga Water                       Tswaing
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG                9     R0           R0           R3,000,000
                                    Supply
Water            Service delivery   Ottosdal & Letsopa Bulk                Tswaing
Infrastructure                      Water Supply &             PMU   MIG                13    R5,000,000   R3,000,000   R0
                                    Reticulation
Sanitation       Service delivery   Itsosend Upgrading of                  Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG                      R0           R2,000,000   R3,000,000
                                    Sewer Network
Sanitation       Service delivery   Coligny Upgrading of                   Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG                      R0           R2,000,000   R3,000,000
                                    Sewer Network
Sanitation       Service delivery   Tlhabologang                           Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Upgrading of Sewer         PMU   MIG                      R0           R2,000,000   R3,000,000
                                    Network
Sanitation       Service delivery   Boikhutso Upgrading of                 Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG                1&2   R5,000,000   R0           R0
                                    Sewer Network
Sanitation       Service delivery
Infrastructure                      Verdwaal VIP Toilets       PMU   MIG                10    R0           R0           R5,000,000

Sanitation       Service delivery   Itekeng & Biesiesvlei                  Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Bulk Sanitation &          PMU   MIG                11    R5,000,000   R0           R0
                                    Reticulation
Sanitation       Service delivery                                          Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Blydeville VIP Toilets     PMU   MIG                3     R0           R0           R3,000,000

Sanitation       Service delivery   Bodibe-Rakgolo &                       Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Gamotuba Ward 19 VIP       PMU   MIG                5     R0           R5,500,000   R25,000,000
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Sprikngbokpan VIP                      Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG                19    R4,500,000   R0           R0
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery                                          Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Meetmekaar VIP Toilets     PMU   MIG                19    R1,200,000   R0           R0

Sanitation       Service delivery                                          Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Bakerville VIP Toilets     PMU   MIG                19    R2,500,000   R0           R0

Sanitation       Service delivery                                          Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Grootfontein VIP Toilets   PMU   MIG                14    R1,000,000   R0           R0

Sanitation       Service delivery   Bokkraal/Vlakpan VIP                   Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                                                 PMU   MIG                      R1,000,000   R0           R0
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Bodibe Ward 17 VIP                   Ditsobotla                     R10,000,00
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG                     R5,000,000                R10,000,000
                                    Toilets                                                             0
Sanitation       Service delivery                                        Ditsobotla                     R0           R0
Infrastructure                      Matile VIP Toilets       PMU   MIG                17   R3,000,000

Sanitation       Service delivery   Grasfontein,                         Ditsobotla                     R0           R0
Infrastructure                      Welverdiend, Rietvlei,   PMU   MIG                19   R1,800,000
                                    Malegaga VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery                                        Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Gamotlatla VIP Toilets   PMU   MIG                14   R0           R4,500,000   R0

Sanitation       Service delivery                                        Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Shiela VIP Toilets       PMU   MIG                13   R0           R0           R3,000,000

Sanitation       Service delivery                                        Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Grootvlei VIP Toilets    PMU   MIG                6    R0           R0           R3,000,000

Sanitation       Service delivery   Lichtenburg Sewage                   Ditsobotla
Infrastructure                      Treatment Works Phase    PMU   MIG                     R0           R0           R0
                                    2
Sanitation       Service delivery   Modimola, Magelelo,
Infrastructure                      Madibe Makgabane,        PMU   MIG   Mafikeng     1    R0           R3,000,000   R5,625,000
                                    Makhubung VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Masutlhe 1 &2, Lekung,               Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Kabe, Moletsamongwe,
                                                             PMU   MIG                2    R0           R3,000,000   R15,445,000
                                    Motsumurwane VIP
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Miga, Ikopeleng, 600,                Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Makgokgowane,
                                                             PMU   MIG                3    R0           R3,000,000   R15,942,500
                                    Dimorogoane VIP
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Tsetse, Ottoshoop,                   Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Farms, Slurry &
                                                             PMU   MIG                4    R0           R3,000,000   R3,000,000
                                    Burhmansdrift VIP
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Lomanyaneng VIP                      Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Toilets                  PMU   MIG                4    R0           R3,000,000   R4,500,000

Sanitation       Service delivery   Lokaleng, Tlapeng,                   Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Moleloane, Unit 3 & 6    PMU   MIG                6    R0           R3,000,000   R13,600,000
                                    VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Borola-Tuku & Top                    Mafikeng
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG                7    R3,000,000   R0           R6,757,500
                                    Village VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Seweding & Part of                   Mafikeng
Infrastructure                                               PMU   MIG                11   R0           R3,000,000   R10,252,500
                                    Phola VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Mocoseng &                            Mafikeng
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG                   R0           R3,000,000   R10,267,500
                                    Tontonyane VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Motlhabeng, Dibate VIP                Mafikeng
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG              13   R3,000,000   R0           R7,500,000
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Part of Seweding,                     Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Magogoe Tar &             PMU   MIG              14   R3,000,000   R0           R14,637,500
                                    Phatsima VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Montshioa Stadt,                      Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Bokone, Lorwana &         PMU   MIG              15   R3,000,000   R0           R10,950,000
                                    Gonthua VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Ramosadi, Part of                     Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Motlhabeng & Phola        PMU   MIG              16   R3,000,000   R0           R7,505,000
                                    VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Tloung, Part of                       Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Magogoe Tar, Magogoe-     PMU   MIG              17   R500,000     R0           R7,000,000
                                    Makgetla VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Tlhabologo, Sehuba &                  Mafikeng
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG              18   R0           R0           R10,387,500
                                    Mapetla VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Magogoe KoiKoi,                       Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Magoogoe Central VIP      PMU   MIG              19   R0           R0           R7,197,500
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Montshioa , Ramosadi                  Mafikeng
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG              20   R0           R0           R9,750,000
                                    VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Majemantsho                           Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Lomanyaneng VIP           PMU   MIG              21   R500,000     R0           R9,180,000
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Dithakong, Ditsilo Part               Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      of Setlopo & KoiKoi VIP   PMU   MIG              22   R500,000     R0           R9,922,500
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Lotlhakane & Part of                  Mafikeng
Infrastructure                                                PMU   MIG              23   R3,000,000   R0           R9,397,500
                                    Dithakong VIP Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Louisdal, Seberia,                    Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Mooipan,
                                    Lombaardslaagte,
                                                              PMU   MIG              24   R500,000     R0           R10,507,500
                                    Weltevrede,
                                    Goedgevonden VIP
                                    Toilets
Sanitation       Service delivery   Nooitgedacht,                         Mafikeng
Infrastructure                      Naaupoort, Bapong,
                                                              PMU   MIG              25   R0           R0           R9,017,500
                                    Bethel, Makouspan VIP
                                    Toilet
Sanitation        Service delivery   Madibe-a-Tau,                                            Mafikeng
Infrastructure                       Letlhogoring,
                                     morwatshetlha,          PMU               MIG                              26        R0      R0              R9,827,500
                                     Sebowana, lekgobu la
                                     Seipone VIP Toilets




                                                        ROADS & STORMWATER
MUNICIPALITIES
                                                        PROJECT                                                                   BUDGET
Ratlou Local Municipality
Tswaing Local Municipality
 Mafikeng Local Municipality                            Upgrading of internal roads in Magogoe & Koikoi                           R7,150,000.00
                                                        Rehabilitation of roads at Montshiwa                                      R4,500.000.00
                                                        Provision of a tar road from Lotlhakane to a Clinic                       R5,500,000.00
                                                        Roads and Stormwater in Skoongesicht, Stlopo, Dithakong Tsa ga Sehuba &   R4,500,000.00
                                                        Matlhonyane
                                            Provision of roads, general upgrading in Montshiwa Stadt, Bokone, Lorwana & Go-
                                                                                                                              R4,500,000.00
                                            Nthua
                                            Motlhabeng Access road                                                            R2,879,919.16
                                            Regravelling of Roads from Kaalpan to Nooitgedacht                                R4,500,000.00
Ditsobotla Local Municipality
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality        Zeerust Rehabilitation of existing gravel roads (Lobatla and Motswedi Villages)   R3,850,627.00
                                            Zeerust rehabilitation of existing gravel roads (Zeerust)                         R5,044,873.51
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
                                            COMMUNITY FACILITIES
MUNICIPALITIES
                                            PROJECT                                                                           BUDGET
Ratlou Local Municipality                   Provision of a Multipurpose Center in Ward 4 (Tsetse, Ottoshoop, Slurry &
                                                                                                                              R2,000,000.00
                                            Burhmansdrift)
                                            Provision of a Multipurpose Center in Ward 11 (Seweding & part Phola)             R2,000,000.00
Tswaing Local Municipality
 Mafikeng Local Municipality
Ditsobotla Local Municipality
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality        Lobatla MPCC                                                                      R7,200,000.00
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
                                            WATER
MUNICIPALITIES
                                            PROJECT                                                                           BUDGET
Ratlou Local Municipality
Tswaing Local Municipality                  Atamelang to Delareyville Bulk Water Supply                                       R3,000,000.00
                                            Deelpan Water Supply Phase 2                                                      R0.00
                                            Agisanang X3                                                                      R1,000,000.00
                                            Ottosdal Bulk Water & Reticulation                                                R3,000,000.00
Mafikeng Local Municipality                 Modimola, Magelelo, Madibe Makgabane, Makhubung Water Supply                      R 5 000 000.00
                                            Masutlhe 1, Phase 2                                                               R3 500 000.00
                                            Ikopeleng, Miga,Dimorogoane,Magokgoane Water Supply                               R4 500 000.00
                                            Tsetse, Matsatseng & Slurry Water Supply                                          R4 500 000.00
                                            Lokaleng, Mogosane, Tlapeng, Lekgalong & Moshawana Water Supply                   R5 000 000.00
                                            Masutlhe 1 water project                                                          R2,000,000.00
                                            Top Village water project                                                         R2,000,000.00
                                            Upgrading Mafikeng WWTP                                                           R2,500,000.00
                                            Setlopo Water Supply Phase #2                                                     R3,034,617.74
                                            Groundwater resource assessment & evaluation                                      R1,588,954.80
                                            Feasebility study- midvaal to NMMDM Bulk Water Supply                             R2,000,000.00
Ditsobotla Local Municipality
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality        Welbedacht Bulk Water Supply                                                      R17,500,000.00
                                            Borakalalo Water supply                                                           R1,000,000.00
                                            Puaneng Water Supply                                                              R5,403,066.00
                                            Doornlaagte and Pachdraai Water Supply                                            R3,000,000.00
                                            Ntsweletsoku Water Supply                                                         R14,569,204.49
                                            Mosweu Bulk Water Supply                                                          R1,000,000.00
                                            Dinokana Bulk Water Supply                                                    R18,924,000.00
                                            Mmutshweu Bulk Water Supply                                                   R3,000,000.00




Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
                                            SANITATION
MUNICIPALITIES
                                            PROJECT                                                                       BUDGET
Ratlou Local Municipality                   Mareetsane VIP Toilets                                                        R4,000,000.00
                                            Setlagole VIP Toilets                                                         R0.00
                                            Madibogopan VIP Toiltes                                                       R0.00
                                            Thutlwane & Upper Setlagole VIP Toilets                                       R0.00
                                            Logagane,Matloding, Mabule, Logageng, Masamane & Makgori VIP Toilets          R0.00
Tswaing Local Municipality                  Bulk sanitation Agisanang                                                     R0.00
                                            Rural Sanitation                                                              R5,000,000.00
                                            Ottosdal Sewer Reticulation                                                   R1,000,000.00
                                            Ottosdal New Sewer Treatment Works Phase # 2                                  R43,420,087.99
Mafikeng Local Municipality
Ditsobotla Local Municipality               Lichtenburg Water Treatment Plant Phase 2                                     R7,500,000.00
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality        Mmutshweu VIP Toilets                                                         R0.00
                                            Groot Marico WWTP                                                             R0.00
                                            Puana, Rakoko, Ga Ratsatsa, Jerusalem, Ga-Marwala, Borothamadi, Kgalatsana,   R0.00
                                            Ga-Mokgatlhe, Molebatsi, Matamage (ward 9) rural sanitation
                                            Doornlaagte VIP Toilets                                                       R0.00
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
16. ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DOCUMENT

AsgiSA     -    Accelerated and Shared Growth Initiative for SA
BEE        -    Black Economic Empowerment
CBD        -    Central Business District
CBPWP      -    Community Based Public Works Programme
CIF        -    Capital Investment Framework
CIP        -    Comprehensive Infrastructure Plan
CSC        -    Community Service Centre
DBSA       -    Development Bank of South Africa
DEAT       -    Department of Environment, Agriculture and Tourism
DFP        -    Development Framework Plan
DMC        -    Disaster Management Centre
DME        -    Department of Minerals and Energy
DMF        -    Disaster Management Framework
DMP        -    Disaster Risk Management Plan
DOE        -    Department of Education
DOH        -    Department of Housing
DOT        -    Department of Transport
DWAF       -    Department of Water Affairs and Forestry
EIA        -    Environmental Impact Assessment
EMP        -    Environmental Management Procedure
EPWP       -    Extended Public Works Programme
EXCO       -    Executive Committee
GDS        -    Growth and Development Strategy
GE         -    Gender Equity
GGP        -    Gross Geographical Product
GVA        -    Gross Value Added
GIS        -    Geographical Information System
HIV/AIDS   -    Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
ICT     -   Information Communication Technology
IDP     -   Integrated Development Plan
IEP     -   Integrated Environmental Programme
ISRDP   -   Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme
ISRDS   -   Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Strategy
IWMP    -   Integrated Waste Management Plan
KPA     -   Key Performance Area
KPI     -   Key Performance Indicator
LED     -   Local Economic Development
LUMF    -   Land Use Management Framework
LUMS    -   Land Use Management System
MANCO   -   Management Committee
MEC     -   Member of the Executive Council (Local Government and Traditional Affairs)
MFMA    -   Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003
MIG     -   Municipal Infrastructure Grant
MLL     -   Minimum Level of Living
MTCF    -   Medium-term Capital Framework
MTCT    -   Mother-To-Child HIV Transmission
MTEF    -   Medium-Term Expenditure Framework
MTSF    -   Medium-Term Strategic Framework
NDMF    -   National Disaster Management Framework
NHBRC   -   National Home Builders Registration Council
NMMDC   -   Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality
NSDP    -   National Spatial Development Perspective
NWMS    -   National Waste Management Strategy
OVC     -   Orphaned and Vulnerable Children
PA      -   Planning Authority
PACA    -   Participatory Appraisal of Competitive Advantage
PGDS    -   Provincial Growth and Development Strategy
PIMS    -   Planning, Implementation and Management System
PMS     -   Performance Management System
PMU     -   Project Management Unit
PPP     -   Public-Private Partnership
PSEDS   -   Provincial Spatial Economic Development Strategy
PTO     -   Permission to Occupy
PTP     -   Public Transport Plan
RDP     -   Reconstruction and Development Programme
RIDS    -   Regional Industrial Development Strategy
RSC     -   Regional Service Centre
SADC    -   Southern Africa Development Community
SEA     -   Strategic Environmental Assessment
SDF     -   Spatial Development Framework
SDBIP   -   Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plan
SDP     -   Site Development Plan
SMME    -   Small, Medium and Micro Enterprise
TLC     -   Transitional Local Council
UAP     -   Universal Access Plan
VTC     -   Voluntary Testing and Counselling
WSB     -   Water Services Backlog
WSDP    -   Water Services Development Plan

				
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