Ingwe IDP 2006.2007 by gyvwpsjkko

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									INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT
        PLAN OF
   INGWE MUNICIPALITY
                   2006/2007
INGWE MUNICIPALITY IDP                                                                                                                      1

                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                                                                Page No.

      •      Ingwe’s Vision ……..…………………………………………………………………5
      •      Ingwe’s Mission ………………………………………………………………………6
      •      Ingwe’s 5 Key Performance Areas ………………………………………………….7


1         INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................... 8

1.1          The Purpose of the Report........................................................................................... 8

1.2          Ingwe Municipality ...................................................................................................... 8

1.3          Scope of the Review Process ........................................................................................ 8

1.4          Components of an IDP................................................................................................. 9

1.5          Approach and Methodology...................................................................................... 11

1.6          Organizational Arrangements .................................................................................. 11

2         SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE ........................................................................... 12

2.1      Demographic Profile .................................................................................................. 12
   2.1.1    Population Estimates ............................................................................................ 12
   2.1.2    Settlement Pattern ................................................................................................ 12
   2.1.3    Population Projections.......................................................................................... 13

2.2      Population Structure.................................................................................................. 14
   2.2.1     Gender .................................................................................................................. 14
   2.2.2     Age ....................................................................................................................... 15

2.3      Figure 5: Age Differentiations................................................................................... 15
   2.3.1     Occupation and Employment ............................................................................... 15
   2.3.2     Industry Employment........................................................................................... 16
   2.3.3     Income Profile ...................................................................................................... 17

2.4          Education .................................................................................................................... 17

2.5      Health .......................................................................................................................... 19
   2.5.1     Status Quo ............................................................................................................ 19

2.6          HIV and AIDS ............................................................................................................ 20

3         INTRODUCTION TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY ................................................. 21

3.1          Sisonke District Municipality Context ..................................................................... 21

3.2      Sectoral Analysis ........................................................................................................ 21
   3.2.1     Agriculture ........................................................................................................... 22


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    3.2.2          Informal Sector and Small Business Development.............................................. 23
    3.2.3          Tourism ................................................................................................................ 23
    3.2.4          Trade & Commerce.............................................................................................. 24

3.3         Opportunities & Constraints..................................................................................... 24

4      THE ENVIRONMENT.......................................................................................... 26

4.1         Topography................................................................................................................. 26

4.2         Aquatic systems .......................................................................................................... 26

4.3         Climate ........................................................................................................................ 27

4.4         Vegetation ................................................................................................................... 27

4.5         Animals........................................................................................................................ 28

4.6         Formal conservation management ........................................................................... 29

4.7         Cultural resources ...................................................................................................... 30

4.8         Pollution ...................................................................................................................... 30

4.9         Ecotourism .................................................................................................................. 30

4.10      Conclusion................................................................................................................... 31

5      INFRASTRUCTURE ........................................................................................... 32

5.1       Water ........................................................................................................................... 32

5.2       Sanitation .................................................................................................................... 33

5.3       Energy ......................................................................................................................... 34

6      HOUSING AND LAND REFORM ....................................................................... 36

6.1       Status of Housing Development and Upgrade in Ingwe ......................................... 36

6.2       Rural Housing............................................................................................................. 37

6.3      Land Reform Projects in the Ingwe Local Municipality ........................................ 37
   6.3.1    Land Reform and Support for Emerging Agriculture .......................................... 38
   6.3.2    Tenure Reform ..................................................................................................... 38
   6.3.3    Restitution Projects .............................................................................................. 38

7      KEY DEVELOPMENT ISSUES .......................................................................... 40

7.1       Summary of Key Issues.............................................................................................. 40

7.2       Cross-Cutting Issues .................................................................................................. 41


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    7.2.1          Environment ......................................................................................................... 41
    7.2.2          Spatial................................................................................................................... 41

8     STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK .............................................................................. 42

8.1         Development Vision.................................................................................................... 42

8.2         Mission Statement ...................................................................................................... 43

8.3         Development Goals..................................................................................................... 43

8.4      Key Performance Areas............................................................................................. 44
   8.4.1     Infrastructure and Service Delivery ................................................................. 4645
   8.4.2     Local Economic Development ............................................................................. 46
   8.4.3     Municipal Financial Viability .............................................................................. 48
   8.4.4     Municipal Transformation and Institutional Development.................................. 49
   8.4.5     Good Governance................................................................................................. 50



                                                       LIST OF FIGURES


FIGURE 1: STRUCTURE OF THE IDP ...................................................................... 9

FIGURE 2: PLANNING PROCESS ........................................................................... 10

FIGURE 3: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION PER WARD.......................................... 12

FIGURE 4: MALE AND FEMALE DISTRIBUTION ................................................... 14

FIGURE 6: EDUCATION PROFILE........................................................................... 18

FIGURE 8: SANITATION FACILITIES ...................................................................... 34

FIGURE 9: ENERGY.................................................................................................. 34


                                                        LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Population Projections............................................................................................ 13

Table 2: Employees Occupation............................................................................................ 16

Table 3: Employment by Sector at Ingwe............................................................................ 16

Figure 4: Individual and Households Income...................................................................... 17

Table 5: Schools by category in ILM.................................................................................... 19



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Table 6:        Percentage contribution of various sectors to the GGP of Polela District.
(CSS)           21

Table 7: The Protected Areas located in the ILM as shown on Map 4a. .......................... 29

TABLE 8:            INGWE HOUSING PROJECTS.................................................................. 36

Table 9: Land Tenure Projects ............................................................................................. 38

Table 10: Land Restitution Projects..................................................................................... 39




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Ingwe’s Vision




                         THE INGWE VISION STATEMENT


                        BY 2020:
           INGWE WILL BE A FINANCIALLY
             AND ECONOMICALLY VIABLE
          MUNICIPALITY ABLE TO PROVIDE
           SERVICES TO ITS COMMUNITIES
             IN AN EFFICIENT, EFFECTIVE,
          TRANSPARENT AND SUSTAINABLE
               MANNER. IT WILL SEEK TO
                   ACHIEVE THIS BY
            STRENGTHENING THE UNIQUE
                SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND
          ENVIRONMENTAL POTENTIAL OF
             THE LOCAL MUNICIPAL AREA
               WHILE PROTECTING THE
            NATURAL RESOURCE BASE FOR
              SUCCEEDING GENERATIONS.




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Ingwe’s Mission Statement




              •   Eradicate Basic Services Backlog
              •   Accelerate Housing Delivery to create Sustainable
                  Human Settlements
              •   Rejuvenate the urban Economy through the Urban
                  Renewal Programs
              •   Facilitate rural economic development through the
                  promotion of SMME’s
              •   Develop and Co-ordinate an Integrated Poverty
                  Alleviation Programs that will include government
                  departments and private sector.
              •   Provide Pro-Active combating mechanisms to deal with
                  natural disaster.
              •   Create opportunities for small scale farmers
              •   Implement greater environmental awareness through the
                  adoption of sustainable land practice

              •   Stamping out crime and lawlessness




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  Ingwe’s 5 Key Performance Areas


                                       INFRASTRUCTURE AND
                                       SERVICE DELIVERY




                                                                             GOOD
LOCAL ECONOMIC                                                               GOVERNANCE
DEVELOPMENT
                                          INGWE’S KEY
                                         PERFROMANCE
                                             AREAS




                 MUNICIPAL                                  MUNICIPAL
                 FINACNIAL VIABILITY                        TRANSFORMATION AND
                                                            INSTITUTIONAL
                                                            DEVELOPMENT




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1     Introduction

1.1    The Purpose of the Report
       This document presents a fourth review of the Ingwe Municipality Integrated
       Development Plan. It is prepared in accordance with the provisions of chapter five of the
       Municipal Systems Act, (Act No. 32 of 2000) and is based on broad assessment of the
       current situation, self-assessment, comments received from the MEC for Local
       Government and Traditional Affairs and a participation process (interviews and
       workshops) involving key stakeholders.

1.2    Ingwe Municipality
       Ingwe is one of the five local municipalities that make up Sisonke District. As indicated on
       Figure 1 below, it is approximately 1970m2 in extent, which makes it the third largest
       municipality within the district. It includes towns such as Creighton, Bulwer and
       Donnybrook. Ingonyama Trust land accounts for the majority part of the municipality and
       covers Madzikane-Bhaca, Isibonela Esihle, Amakuze, Sizanani, Umacala-Gwala, Zashuke,
       Qadi, Bidla, Vukani, Amangwane, and Vezakuhle traditional authorities. There are a large
       number of rural settlements located in the traditional areas as a result of Betterment
       Planning, which was, implemented in the 1950s’-1970s.


       FIGURE 1: SISONKE FAMILY OF MUNICIPALITIES




                             Umzimkhulu                          Ingwe
                               27%                                24%




                                                                     KwaSani
                          Ubuhlebezwe                                 14%
                             16%                   Greater Kokstad
                                                        19%




1.3    Scope of the Review Process
       Section 34 of the Municipal Systems Act (Act 32 of 2000) requires a municipality to review
       its Integrated Development Plan annually, taking into account the following:

       •   Comments received from the MEC for Local Government and Traditional Affairs, and
           the Multi-sectoral Provincial IDP Forum.
       •   Issues identified through self-assessment.


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      •   Integration of new information, including changes in priorities, key issues and
          development patterns and integration of sectoral plans.
      The comments from the MEC identified the following issues for review:

      •   Stakeholder participation in the IDP preparation process.
      •   Updating of the Financial Plan to include operational budget and financing strategies
          for the next five years.
      •   Updating Spatial Framework to include Capital Investment Framework.
      •   Updating Capital Investment programme to include maintenance costs.
      •   Incorporation of the Water Services Development Plan.
      •   Inclusion of a comprehensive Performance Management System.
      •   Expansion of the Institutional Framework
      •   Indication of projects that require EIA in the Integrated Environmental Programme.
      •   Comprehensive poverty alleviation and gender equality programme.
      •   Disaster Management Plan and a comprehensive LED program.

1.4   Components of an IDP

Figure 1: Structure of the IDP

                                                                IMPLEMENTATION
                                                                  FRAMEWORK




                                                   PROJECTS




                                       STRATEGIC
                                      FRAMEWORK



                        KEY ISSUES,
                         TRENDS




                                       INGWE MUNICIPALITY IDP


      An integrated development planning process is designed to unfold in five phases with each
      leading to the achievement of a clear milestone. These phases should not be construed as
      distinct components of the process, but they are interlinked and interdependent. In line
      with this, ILM IDP is presented in four sections as depicted on Figure 1 above.




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Figure 2: Planning Process


     Identification of       Detailed Analysis    Categorization of Issues               Linking Strategic and
     key development            of Issues                                                Development Framework.
          issues



        PLANNING PROCESS                                                                           STRATEGIC
                                                       CROSS CUTTING                              FRAMEWORK



        KEY ISSUES              DETAILED                  STRATEGIC                VISION &     OBJECTIVES        STRATEGIES
                                ANALYSIS                                           MISSION


                                                      IMPLEMENTATION
                                                                                                  PROJECTS



                                                                                                            IMPLEMENTATION


               INTEGRATED                            OPERATIONAL PLAN                            SECTOR PLANS
            DEVELOPMENT PLAN




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1.5   Approach and Methodology
      The Department of Provincial and Local Government Affairs has produced a set of
      guidelines for the preparation of IDP. While these help to facilitate and guide the process
      and introduce broad principles that should be observed throughout the IDP process, it has
      been interpreted to suit the situation in Ingwe Municipality. As depicted in Figure 2 above,
      a two-pronged approach was adopted. Technical analysis, which is mainly desktop, was
      used to develop a broad understanding of current situation and a detailed analysis of the
      issues arising from the broad environmental scan. Parallel to this process was a series of
      Representative Forum Meetings, where needs were identified, prioritised and analysed.
      Each phase concludes with a set of reports, which are submitted to council for approval.

1.6   Organizational Arrangements
      The Organizational structure for the management of the IDP process for Ingwe Local
      Municipality is outlined in the Process Plan (December, 2005: pp 7– 8). It makes provisions
      for the appointment of an IDP Manager, and the establishment of an IDP Steering
      Committee, IDP Representative Forum and the IDP Coordinating Committee.




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2       SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE

2.1     Demographic Profile
        The data used for the development of the social profile of the population in Ingwe is based
        on 1996 and 2001 census data, which is the formal statistical information the government
        uses to develop policies, programmes and plan for the delivery of services. It should
        however, be noted that the census data is generally discredited as being an undercount.

2.1.1    Population Estimates
          In 1996, the total population of Ingwe was estimated at 95151 people predominantly
          resident in rural Tribal areas with the balance located in the commercial farming and the
          rural towns. The 2001 census estimates that the total population of Ingwe Municipality is
          107 559 individuals (i.e. 2.1% of the entire KwaZulu Natal Province) or 21 905
          households who are spread unevenly among ten municipal wards.

          Figure 3:        Population Distribution per Ward


               12000           11527
                                                                                 10495
                                                                                         9804
               10000                          9202   9210   9210   9260


                8000


                6000


                4000
                                       2438                               2510
                        2174
                2000


                  0
                       WARD WARD Ward 3 Ward 4 Ward 5 Ward 6 Ward 7 Ward 8 Ward 9 Ward
                        1    2                                                     10




2.1.2    Settlement Pattern
          The settlement pattern in the municipality can be attributed to the previous government
          policies on land ownership and the traditional tribal land tenure system, which provided
          members of the tribe with security and access to land and natural resources to provide
          affordable housing. The acquisition of freehold land by members of the black community
          in the 1860’s also profoundly shaped the distribution of settlement today. There are five
          ‘freehold settlements’ and three land reform redistribution projects in the area.



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        The scattered rural settlement pattern that has developed over time has implications for
        the development of the municipality in terms of the demand for basic infrastructure and
        services for settlements, which are fairly remote from employment opportunities in the
        urban areas. At this stage there would appear to be limited prospects for developing
        meaningful economic activities in these settlements to accommodate the local work
        force. Consequently it is likely that there will continue to be movement of people out of
        the municipality as people migrate to the larger urban areas in search of employment.

2.1.3   Population Projections
        It must be noted that various role players have expressed their reservations about the
        accuracy of these figures, particularly the very use of Census information. The District
        council acknowledges the inaccuracy and therefore only treats the estimates as such.
        However these are still a useful basis for planning future development. More accurate
        estimates for 2002 have been received in certain municipalities but in others the process
        has not been finalized. The following table makes comparison at local municipal level:

Table 1: Population Projections

MUNICIPALITY        EXISTING ESTIMATED             ESTIMATED                   ESTIMATED
                    2001         TOTAL AT 2002     TOTAL AT                    TOTAL AT
                    FIGURES                        2003                        2004
Matatiele                 16 226            16 585           16 952                   17 327
Ubuhlebezwe              101 959           104 212          106 515                  108 869
Greater Kokstad           56 285            57 529           58 800                   60 099
KwaSani                   15 309            15 647           15 993                   16 346
Ingwe                    107 558           109 935          112 365                  114 848
DMA                                                900 (informal               920
                                                   household
                                                   count)


        As a remedial mechanism it has been suggested that the District council should develop a
        simple and less sophisticated method that will be applied across the local municipalities
        to determine more reliable population figures. The household count will be a useful start
        provided the available ortho-photos or aerial photographs are not too outdated.
        If these population projections are realistic in terms of the assumptions on HIV-Aids and
        out-migration then it would appear that population numbers are likely to stabilise in
        future. For the Municipality this means that once services backlogs are met the major
        responsibility will involve services upgrades and ongoing operation and maintenance
        (where the ILM is the services provider).




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2.2     Population Structure
        The socio-economic profile contained in this section of the report has been extracted from
        the Demarcations Board Website (www.demarcation.org.za) and the 2001 Census data.

2.2.1    Gender
         Ingwe Local Municipality’s population is slightly imbalanced with females out-numbering
         their male counterparts. Approximately 55.1% (59284) of the total population is
         comprised of women while male’s accounts for only 44.9% (48275). This confirms the
         national and provincial trend that a higher proportion of women than men are found in
         rural areas. The figure below indicates that males’ absenteeism differs significantly among
         the wards; with ward 1 accounting for about 620 males while ward 3 has 952 male
         population. In ward 8 there is also a high rate of male absenteeism, where they account
         for 869 people of the total male population. The higher percentage of males found in
         ward 2 could be attributed to the following assumptions:

         •   The nature of work available in ward 2 is generally heavy and requires a lot of
             muscular effort. Hence, the type of work constitutes most men than women.
         •   The prevalence of higher percentage of males in ward 4 infers that men are generally
             attracted to places where there are employment opportunities regardless of the nature
             of work involved.
         •   The nature of work is biased in favour of male employees.

Figure 4:        Male and Female Distribution



               7000
                                        6489




                                                                                                                                                 5718


                                                                                                                                                               5381




               6000
                                                5038




                                                                                                  5083
                                                                                 5083




                                                                                                                  4999
                                                                          4778




                                                                                                                                                            4777

                                                                                                                                                          4423
                                                                        4424




                                                                                                                          4261




               5000
                                                                                                          4127
                                                                                          4127




               4000
                                                                                                                                                                      Male
               3000
                                                                                                                                                                      Female
                                                                                                                                          1641
                                                                1486
                                1554




               2000
                                                   952




                                                                                                                             869
                       620




               1000

                   0
                                                       Ward 3

                                                                       Ward 4

                                                                                 Ward 5

                                                                                                 Ward 6

                                                                                                                 Ward 7

                                                                                                                                 Ward 8

                                                                                                                                                 Ward 9

                                                                                                                                                            Ward 10
                       WARD 1

                                       WARD 2




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2.2.2    Age
         The age composition or structure also determines the kinds of economic activities within
         the local. Different age groups have different economic needs and different spending
         patterns.

2.3     Figure 5: Age Differentiations


               2500                                                       2401   2446
                                                                              2265
                                                                                    2177
               2000                                               1863                                    1824
                                                                                                             1785

               1500                                       1452                                                            1436
                                                                                                                              1263

               1000                               933
                                                                                                                                          666 713
                                          547
                500

                       3     3     68                                                                                                                         32
                  0




                                                                                                                                                         Not Applicable
                                                                                                                                                  80 +
                                  10-14
                                          15-19
                                                  20-24
                                                          25-29
                                                                  30-34
                                                                          35-39

                                                                                  40-44
                                                                                          45-49
                                                                                                  50-54
                                                                                                          55-59

                                                                                                                  60-64
                                                                                                                          65-69
                                                                                                                                  70-74

                                                                                                                                          75-79
                      0-4

                            5-9




         The data in Figure 5 reveals a youthful population profile with 57% under the age of 20
         and 71% under 30. Around 36% of the population are within the working age categories
         with 5% above 60 years of age. These data indicate a more youthful population than is
         encountered in urban areas. This may be ascribed to the lack of economic opportunity in
         the rural areas and the consequence that working age people tend to re-locate to centres
         of perceived employment opportunity. As a result it is families who tend to remain in the
         rural areas.

2.3.1    Occupation and Employment
         The majority (29.3%) of those who were employed at Ingwe in 1996 were unskilled
         labourers (assuming 'Plant machine' and 'Elementary' are equivalent to labourer)
         presumably working on commercial farms, extractive industries in the ILM (Table 2) and
         households as domestic assistants. A further 37% appear to have been skilled and semi-
         skilled workers operating in the agricultural, trade and social services sectors (Table 2).
         Only 5.7% of the working age population appear to be professionals and senior
         management personnel probably operating in the public, trade and services sectors.




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Table 2: Employees Occupation


            NO.           OCCUPATION                              PERCENTAGE %
            1             Senior Officials                        3.2
            2             Professionals                           2.5
            3             Tech/ Assoc Professional                10.1
            4             Clerks                                  4.4
            5             Service Workers                         7
            6             Skilled Workers                         10.7
            7             Other                                   5.5
            8             Elementary Occupants                    29.3
            9             Occupants NEC                           18.3
            10            Plant Operators                         8.3
                          Total                                   100


2.3.2   Industry Employment
        Table 3 shows a very low rate of employment in the area. The highest categories are
        Farming (29.4%), Social services (20.4%), Private Household and Trade with 12.8% and
        10.3% respectively. Manufacturing is only 7.3% and the balance is spread across
        Construction, Transport and Business. It is not surprising that employment in agriculture
        comprised 29.4% of employment since the area is predominantly rural with little or no
        urban and industrial development.

Table 3: Employment by Sector at Ingwe

                        CATEGORY                       NUMBER           %
              Farming                                      1179               29.4
              Mining                                         56                1.4
              Manufacturing                                 293                7.3
              Utilities                                      35                0.9
              Construction                                  281                7.0
              Trade                                         413               10.3
              Transport                                     262                6.5
              Business                                      157                3.9
              Social Services                               818               20.4
              Private Household                             513               12.8
              Ex Territorial                                  1                0.0
              Diplomatic                                      0                0.0
              Total                                        4008              100.0
               Source: 1996 Census, Municipal Demarcation Board


        The reduction in formal employment has been the biggest economic factor. This has
        been particularly severe in the mining sector. The Ingwe area has had a strong reliance
        on migrant employment to the reef and KwaZulu-Natal Coal Fields. Reduced formal
        employment has had a substantial impact on household incomes for rural communities.

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2.3.3       Income Profile

Figure 4: Individual and Households Income

                     CATEGORY                     NO. OF              PERCENTAGE
                                              HOUSEHOLDS                   %
               No income                   8469                      38.6
               R 1- R 4 800                3264                      14.8
               R 4 801- R 9 600            5435                      24.8
               R 9 601- R 19 601           2688                      12.2
               R 19 201- R 38 400          1109                      5
               R 38 401- R 76 800          516                       2.5
               R 76 801- R 153 600         228                       1
               R 153 601- R 307 200        106                       0.4
               R 307 201- R 614 400        21                        0.09
               R 614 401- R 1228 800       11                        0.05
               R 1228 801- R 2457 600      9                         0.04
               R 2457 601, more            20                        0.9
               Not Applicable              32                        0.1
               Total                       21 908                    100


            The low impact of low education level and high rate of unemployment is reflected in the
            income profile of the household. Approximately 38.6% (8469) of the total households
            reveal that they have no income; this means that there is a high rate of unemployment
            within the municipality. The majority 24.8% (5435) of the households earn below R 10
            000 per annum. A slightly larger number 14.8% (3264) of the total working force indicate
            that they have income less that R5 000 per annum. This translates to about R 400 a
            month, and is regarded as living below the poverty datum line. (Refer to Table 4)

2.4     Education
        Figure 6 provides a breakdown of the education levels in the Ingwe Local Municipality.
        Research has shown that the historically disadvantaged background to black education is
        still impacting negatively on the level of education in most rural schools, the minimum level
        required for functional literacy is a Grade 6 preferably Grade 7 (Pers. Comm. Anne Harley;
        University of Natal, Centre for Adult Education). Figure 6 shows that 14217 people do not
        have formal education at all. Those with some primary education amounts to 13373 while
        some 3206 completed primary school. 9808 people have a secondary level education. Only
        3396 people have a matric and only 1401 have tertiary education. These low levels of
        education and literacy have a negative impact on:

        •    information flows into the area;
        •    local entrepreneurial development;
        •    limited local employment.

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         Figure 6: Education Profile


                 16000      14217
                                       13373
                 14000

                 12000
                                                           9892
                 10000

                  8000

                  6000
                                                  3206               3396
                  4000
                                                                               1401
                  2000

                     0
                            No        Some     Complete   Some       Std     Higher
                         schooling   primary    primary secondary 10/Grade
                                                                     12




     The number of the following factors can attribute the low prevalence of education within
     Ingwe Local Municipality:

     •    Poor or non-existence of educational facilities,
     •    Limited investment in education particularly in previously black only areas,
     •    The Bantu education system which literally discouraged women to attend school,
     •    The previous social culture, which was prevalent in most African communities that
          looked upon everything provided by the Europeans with suspicion.
     Preschool facilities in the rural areas have largely been provided on an informal basis by
     parents. They very often lack the training and skills to provide a stimulating environment
     for the children in their care. The Community Based Public Works Programme (CBPWP)
     has been funding the provision of preschool facilities. However, training the preschool
     teachers and the provision of equipment and educational materials remains a gap in the
     service provision by the State. At this stage the Department of Education is not providing
     financial support for preschools. Data on pre-schools and attendance at pre-schools was
     not available. Based on the 1996 census data there are 114 schools in the Ingwe Local
     Municipality. This information is tabulated in Table 8.
     At the time of the survey there were 38 801 learners enrolled at these schools supported by
     1201 teachers (1:32 ratio) occupying 917 classrooms (1: 42 ratio). The pupil numbers range
     from 15 to 1703 (8 schools provided no information or no longer have a pupil population).
     The smaller schools tend to be located on the commercial farms and in the small freehold
     settlements. As a result of the low densities encountered on the farms children often have
     to walk long distances to the schools. Teacher and pupil numbers are low and often classes
     have to be combined in a number of schools. Pupils to teacher ratios are reasonable being

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        of the order of, on average, 32 pupils per teacher. The pupil / classroom average is rather
        high at 42 pupils per classroom. The Education Department should be approached to
        provide additional classrooms for those schools where the pupil densities are in excess of
        40 per classroom. The educators are assisted in a number of schools by supporting staff
        provided by the Department of Education.

Table 5: Schools by category in ILM

              SCHOOL TYPE                 NUMBER OF                      GRADES SERVED
                                          SCHOOLS
        Combined School                   1                              Grades 1 – 12
        Junior primary schools            16                             Grades 1-4
        Primary schools                   73                             Grades 1 – 7
        Senior primary school             1                              Grades 5 – 7
        Junior secondary schools          5                              Grades 8-10
        Secondary schools                 17                             Grades 8-12
        Senior secondary school           1                              Grades 11 – 12


        There are no higher education facilities in the ILM (formal and non-formal). The nearest
        facilities for higher education are to be found in Pietermaritzburg. This means that learners
        needing Technikon or University education have to re-locate to Pietermaritzburg or
        Durban. Most other forms of post-school education such as computer courses also have to
        be sourced in Pietermaritzburg or Durban. There is a need for the provision of a wide
        range of training geared to helping develop business and technical skills that can be used to
        develop the economy of the municipality.

2.5      Health

2.5.1     Status Quo
          The Ingwe Municipality falls into the Ixopo, Polela, Underberg Health Sub-district of
          Sisonke DM (Griqualand) Health District. The Health District is a well-defined part of
          the Province in which:

          •   Primary Health Care (PHC) is delivered to all people in that district.
          •   There is one District Health Management Team (DHMT), which is responsible for
              PHC, including community-based services like TB programmes, clinics and the
              District Hospital.
          •   The DHMT together with the community make decisions about health care in the
              district.
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        •   St Apollinaris Hospital: St Apollinaris has a complement of six doctors and 155
            beds. Many of the areas serviced by the Hospital lie beyond Ingwe’s boundaries. This
            is an indication of the paucity of health services in the region.
        •   Community Health Centre and Clinics: The Polela Community Health Centre is a
            very big clinic, which offers a 24-hour service and soon will have full time doctors, a
            dentist and other services. There are 8 clinics within the municipal area located in
            Kilmun, Qulashe, Mnyamana, Ncwadi, Gwala, Gqumeni, Sandanezwe and Centocow
            PHC (at the hospital).      Mobile clinics are run by Polela CHC and Centocow PHC.
        •   New clinics are planned at Bhobhoyi and Donnybrook. Centocow mobile (from the
            hospital) currently provides a service to Ngwagwane and has been requested to start
            mobile points at Gxalingenwa, Tarr’s valley, Makhongwane and Newtonville.
        •   The clinic upgrading and building programme based in Pietermaritzburg is
            responsible for planning new clinics.

2.6   HIV and AIDS
      The approach to caring for HIV and AIDS patients (and those impacted by the disease
      such as orphans) advocated by staff at the St Apollinaris hospital is very practical and is
      aimed at what is possible, rather than what may be impossible. The approach is to support
      community structures as far as possible. The construction of great institutions (e.g.
      orphanages) is not supported because they will become white-elephants once the pandemic is
      resolved through behaviour change or vaccination. Furthermore the money used in
      building such institutions could go a long way toward supporting families with grants-in-
      aid. The hospital supports the principle of a Centre where people can come and be
      assessed. The assessment may cover their nutritional status, their HIV status, their social
      status (e.g. a child may arrive with no remaining family and facing rejection by foster
      family), their educational needs and whether they have been victims of abuse. Then,
      through working together with community clusters (groups of 100-300 families)
      approaches to solving the various problems may be addressed.
      Grants are required to support community gardens (since this can alleviate poor nutritional
      status). The Centre may be a place where children remain until a solution (a foster home) is
      found in collaboration with the community. The community clusters need assistance with
      establishing community gardens, homestead gardens and chicken and/or Muscovy duck
      projects. It is essential for the response to HIV/AIDs to be rooted in the community. The
      benefit accruing to the community will also build capacity for dealing with other equally
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3     INTRODUCTION TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY
      The Municipality has a well-established commercial farming sector which is based on semi-
      intensive beef, dairying, potato production and a strong commercial forestry sector. The
      tourism sector is small at present; however, there is considerable potential for growth as an
      adventure destination. The proposed Cape Natal Railway Development should boost
      tourism in Ingwe and at KwaMsane, Kokstad and Matatiele Local Municipalities.

3.1     Sisonke District Municipality Context
       Gross Geographic Product (GGP) growth in Sisonke between 1993- 1998 has been 1.56
       %, being below the provincial growth of 2.31% per annum. The provincial growth rate in
       employment for the same period is 2.56% and for Sisonke DM this was substantially lower
       at 0.65%. The three most important sectors in the district, in terms of their contribution to
       GGP are agriculture (35%), trade (19%) and government (17%). As we see later in the
       report, trade is relatively less important in Ingwe as it does not have relatively large business
       towns like Ixopo, Kokstad, Matatiele or Underberg, located in the other four LMs.

3.2     Sectoral Analysis
       GGP data confirms the fact that the Ingwe LM is exceptionally poor and under-developed,
       relying heavily on agriculture as the main source of livelihood. The lack of a major trading
       centre such as the neighbouring towns of Underberg and Ixopo has limited the economic
       growth opportunities for this LM.        However the potential for growth in the tourism
       sector inclusive of the Cape Natal railway has the potential to stimulate the economy of
       Ingwe.

Table 6:         Percentage contribution of various sectors to the GGP of Polela District.
(CSS)


                SECTOR                    1985                   1990                  1995
      Agriculture                 25.8                    50.5                 51.1
      Mining                      0                       0                    0
      Manufacturing               0                       0                    0
      Utilities                   0                       0                    0
      Construction                0                       0.2                  0.1
      Trade & Accommodation       22.8                    14.5                 14.4
      Transport                   12                      7.3                  7.4
      Finance                     9.7                     3.7                  3.4
      Community Service           2.4                     1.3                  1.2
      Government                  19.2                    18.1                 18.3
Scource WEFA 1995




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3.2.1   Agriculture
        The district consists of a total of 199 000 hectares of which 64% is privately owned and
        is the commercial farming area and 36% is communal under the jurisdiction of the eleven
        Tribal Authorities. A total of 26 000 ha’s presently under cropping and a further 128 000
        hectares is utilised for grazing. Except for rain shadow areas in the Mkhomazi valley the
        land is generally of high potential and commercial farming in the area is highly
        productive. The commercial farming consists of semi-intensive beef, and the production
        of seed and table potatoes are important enterprises.
        The forestry industry in the LM is large and highly developed with a total of 38 000
        hectares under timber. A mixture of eucalyptus and pine is planted for the pulp and saw
        milling market. A few small manufacturing industries have sprung up around the existing
        sawmills. There are 10 000 hectares of indigenous forest within the LM of which one
        portion alone is a 7 000 ha contiguous block, called the Seven Mile Forest lying on the
        North bank of the Mkhomazi River. These assets add considerably to the tourism
        potential of the area.
        The traditional settlement areas have considerable agricultural potential although broken
        terrain, poor road infrastructure and fragmented land holdings are an inhibiting factor.
        The main agricultural activity within these areas is the traditional ranching of cattle in
        mountainous areas. Over grazing and soil erosion are limiting returns from this type of
        activity. Smallholder agriculture consists of maize, potato and dry bean farming on arable
        allotments as well as vegetable production on a small scale, in home gardens and
        community gardens.
        Small holder agriculture faces a considerable number of constraints, the main ones being
        the lack of effective farmer support services. These services are normally described as
        including inputs, credit, advice, power and markets. Farmers do not have linkages with
        these important services that are essential for commercial activity, and the transaction
        costs of obtaining these services is high. Other constraints include a lack of a land
        market within communal areas, un-controlled grazing and the lack of an appropriate land
        reform framework for commercialising or emergent agriculture.
        The KZN Dept. of Agriculture’s Xoshindlala programme has been concentrating on the
        establishment of community gardens and more recently on the erection of broiler houses.
        These projects are also presently suffering under the same constraint, of a lack of farmer
        support services, so the full potential of these schemes has yet to be realised.
        Small holder forestry development, driven by processor out-grower programmes has
        been a big development catalyst in other KwaZulu areas. Although the commercial
        forestry industry in the LM is very large this has not been converted into small grower
        programmes in the neighbouring communal areas. The reason for this could be the

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        distance to the pulp mills as well as the fact that most of the wards in Ingwe have been
        betterment planned, which effectively puts a lot of the non-arable land suitable for
        forestry into communal grazing land. Small holder forestry development does present an
        economic potential to the LM for the future, if the forestry companies were to invest in
        the area.
        Forestry is the largest agricultural industry in Ingwe and there are four softwood sawmills
        within the area. However most of the product is sold out of the area with little local
        beneficiation. There is a small furniture factory in Creighton and Riverside and a few
        informal sector manufacturers. On the hard wood side all the timber is processed at pulp
        mills and timber treatment plants outside of the L.M. Potential exits for further
        processing and beneficiation of timber products. A small drying plant exists in
        Donnybrook for drying of Boletus Edulis mushrooms, gathered in pine plantations.
        A small independent cheese factory has been established in Creighton since the
        deregulation of the industry. No abattoir or other animal product processing plants
        exists within the LM. Considerable potential exists for these and other agri-processing
        plants. The difficulty however is the size and proximity of the town of Ixopo in that this
        town attracts most of the local manufacturing investment. Ixopo has the advantage of
        being on the main road between Pietermaritzburg and Umtata.

3.2.2   Informal Sector and Small Business Development
        Shrinking levels of formal employment over the last decade have seen a growth in the
        informal sector. Trading and transport have been the two sectors that have been targeted
        by emerging entrepreneurs. The Department of Transports’ emerging contractor
        support programme has resulted in the establishment of a few contractors involved in
        road maintenance. The Turn Table Trust, based in Bulwer has been involved in a range
        of support services to small business enterprises.

3.2.3   Tourism
        There are a limited number of tourism facilities in the Ingwe area. The village of Bulwer
        has a number of facilities based around its picturesque location in the Drakensberg
        foothills and hang gliding activities in the area. A small resort exists at the Qunu falls.
        Potential exists for the expansion of this industry.
        In the last decade there has been a substantial increase in tourist accommodation,
        particularly self-catering and Bed and Breakfast (B&B) establishments. Occupancy rates
        have declined and there is an oversupply of accommodation. Other problems relate to a
        lack of high quality accommodation and generally a low level of catering. Staff training
        and general service levels and a lack of co-ordinated industry organisation are seen as
        limiting growth. Lack of integration, marketing and a creative approach to local tourism
        also need to be addressed. The tourism industry does provide jobs, but has not been

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            integrated into the local community and its socio-economic impact as a result has been
            limited.
            The opportunity exists to re-orientate the traditional tourism industry to one that is
            globally competitive, environmentally sensitive and directly linked to promoting socio-
            economic development within rural communities. International trends towards eco and
            cultural tourism provide an opportunity for specialised tourist development, which
            provides livelihood opportunities for poor rural communities. Community based
            tourism initiatives, if properly planned and implemented could have considerable impact
            on the local economy.

3.2.4       Trade & Commerce
            Commercial activity is centred around the small villages of Bulwer, Creighton and
            Donnybrook, but these on their own do not fulfil the commercial needs of the local
            community and as a result a substantial amount of trade takes place in the larger town of
            Ixopo as well as the city of Pietermaritzburg. The growth in trading in these villages
            would appear to be limited due to the close proximity of the two larger towns.
            Suggestions for improvement of the informal sector include;


            •     Broad based encouragement and support of existing operators and upgrading of
                  basic business skills.
            •     Examining promising sectors for development followed by design, preparation and
                  execution of sectorally targeted enterprise promotion strategies.
            •     Encouragement and support of value added linkages between mainstream and
                  emerging black enterprises.

3.3     Opportunities & Constraints
        One of the most significant constraints to the local economy would appear to be the lack
        of integration in all sectors and in most government and non-government structures which
        is preventing the district from achieving its full economic potential. Stronger civil society,
        business and government institutions are required in order to make the most of the
        economic opportunities. The following sectors are important to the economy and
        improving the integration within and then between these sectors is an imperative for
        sustainable economic development.

        •       Security provision
        •       Poverty alleviation
        •       Agricultural and agri-business sector
        •       Forestry & forest product manufacturing
        •       Agricultural support and land reform services sector

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     •   Business sector
     •   Small business development and support sector
     •   Tourism sector
     •   Socio-economic and health services
     Support and the strengthening of the institutions of civil society would appear to be a key
     economic developmental issue. This needs to be reinforced with generating an
     understanding of the inter-dependence that exists between groups and encouraging a mood
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4     THE ENVIRONMENT
      The designated area of the ILM encompasses large tracts of land within which KZN Wildlife
      is currently undertaking the environmental/conservation function, both inside and outside of
      Protected areas. South Africa has ratified the International Convention on Biological
      Diversity, which commits South Africa, its Government (including Municipalities) and its
      people to develop and implement strategies in order to conserve, sustainably utilize and
      ensure equitable benefits from environment.

4.1     Topography
       The ILM encompasses an area of some 1,970 square kilometers spanning a range of
       altitude from the Mahwaqa peak (2083m) in the northeast to the Umkomaas valley (480m)
       in the south. The topography is varied but would best be described as gently undulating to
       steeply undulating, with large areas of even ground located within the montane and sub-
       montane regions and steep valleys within the catchment areas.

4.2     Aquatic systems
       Two prominent river systems, the Mkhomazi and the Umzimkulu are located within the
       ILM, the Mkhomazi in the east and the Umzimkulu in the south-west. These rivers and
       associated catchments are important for the provision of large quantities of water.
       Consequently the management of these areas must ensure that water quantity and quality,
       as well as legal compliance requirements are met. To this end it is recommended that
       catchment management forums as prescribed by the 1998 Water Act to these wetlands be
       developed for each catchment. This will ensure co-operative management between the
       Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, KZN Wildlife, Local and District
       Municipalities, and the relevant private landowners including commercial forestry.
       Several wetlands are located within the ILM. Most of the ILM wetlands have already been
       impacted on due to afforestation and cultivation. Effective management procedures are
       urgently required to prevent further damage. KZN Wildlife District staff has identified
       seven important wetlands and have had them registered as Sites of Conservation
       Significance (SOCS). Any development in and around these areas could have a significant
       impact on the functioning of these important ecosystems and it is recommended that an in-
       depth study be undertaken of the wetlands, in order that a rating system be developed
       whereby the wetlands be prioritised according to sensitivity and effectiveness. This will
       determine future management practices for the wetlands in accordance with the Ramsar
       convention.
       Afforestation, a major threat to wetlands, is mainly concentrated in the south-eastern part
       of the ILM with some commercial forests occurring in the higher altitude areas in the
       north. Targets, indicating the maximum area allowed for commercial forestry within the

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      ILM, need to be identified and maintained. Cooperation between the commercial forestry
      industry, the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Affairs, the Department of
      Water Affairs and Forestry, South African Timber Growers Association (SATGA), which
      has recently changed its name to Forestry South Africa, and KZN Wildlife is critical for
      setting of targets and maintaining control.

4.3   Climate
      As can be expected of an area containing seven bioresource groups, the climatic conditions
      vary considerably from the hot, dry Valley Bushveld areas in the south to the cool moist
      Mistbelt and Highland Sourveld areas in the north-east. Due to these diverse circumstances
      the ILM contains some of the most important biodiversity areas in the Province.

4.4   Vegetation
      The ILM consists of seven Bioresource groups containing a variety of vegetation types.
      Mistbelt grassland is endemic to KwaZulu-Natal and has a high biodiversity value due to
      there being very little representation of true mistbelt grassland inside or outside of formally
      Protected areas. An indication of this is veldtype 45 where less than one percent is found
      within formally conserved areas. These grasslands also play a vitally important role by
      providing suitable habitat for the endangered blue swallow and oribi. Fragmentation of
      mistbelt grassland, due to mainly to agricultural changes and forestry, has resulted in loss of
      habitat and species isolation. An example of this is the decrease in blue swallow numbers.
      In order to overcome further fragmentation the Conservation authorities are restricting any
      transformation of mistbelt grasslands. The ILM need to assist with this by not developing
      within these areas.
      Grassland biomes are under considerable threat world wide due to afforestation,
      development and cultivation, and the Highland Sourveld regions of the ILM area are no
      exception. Although these grasslands are not recorded as having an extremely high
      biodiversity value, they play a key role in the ecology and need to be managed effectively.

      It is recommended that the ILM, in conjunction with the Department of Agriculture and
      KZN Wildlife determine realistic objectives for setting aside a portion of these grasslands
      (10%) as formally or informally protected areas or areas where development is restricted.

      Mistbelt forests are decreasing at an alarming rate due mainly to afforestation, alien plant
      invasion, uncontrolled burning and non-sustainable utilisation due to high prices for
      indigenous hardwoods. This is placing increasing pressure on various types of indigenous
      fauna and flora, such as the black stinkwood tree, yellowood tree, tree hyrax and the cape
      parrot. For these reasons the Mistbelt Forests are rated high in biodiversity value. The
      management of the indigenous forests within the ILM is currently very confusing as some
      forests are managed by KZN Wildlife (41%), some by the Department of Water Affairs


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      and Forestry (30%) some by SAFCOL (South African Forestry Company), some by iSingisi
      forestry company (privatised SAFCO forests) and some by private landowners. At present
      the information surrounding ownership is in a state of flux and final ownership and
      management is unclear. However, the decision on the custodianship and management of
      the forests rests with the government and is currently being reviewed.
      The Gxalingenwa forest is of primary importance due to the high number of Cape parrots
      utilising the area as a food source and roosting site plus, the presence of the tree hyrax. For
      these reasons this forest is possibly the most important forest in the country (C.Downes
      2002). Although the management and protection of this forest is currently the
      responsibility of KZN Wildlife, the over-utilisation of the resources is an issue which needs
      addressing and the ILM authorities need to be aware of this. The recent development of a
      road alongside the forest has increased accessibility and therefore the potential for large
      scale utilisation. Any further developments should be carefully assessed prior to
      implementation.
      Although the ILM area is rich in plant diversity, especially in the higher regions there are
      few endemics. However, one new endemic was found recently in the upper Pholela region,
      known as a southern berg form of cycad (E.gallicii sub specie) has been registered as a site of
      conservation significance.

4.5   Animals
      Due to the dominance of sourveld type grasslands the carrying capacity and species
      diversity for game animals is limited. However, this area still hosts a number of common,
      rare, and endangered animal species. The following animals are Red Data species found in
      the ILM and have a high biodiversity value and as such need protection from exploitation
      and habitat loss:

      •   Oribi                vulnerable but bordering on endangered
      •   Blue swallow         critically endangered
      •   Cape parrot          critically endangered
      •   Wattled crane        critically endangered
      •   Blue crane           endangered
      •   Crowned crane        endangered
      •   Cape vulture         endangered
      •   Tree hyrax           endangered
      Of the more common game animals the Southern reedbuck (Protected species) is worth
      mentioning as it has the potential to be sustainably utilised if managed correctly. At present
      some landowners are generating good income from this animal in the form of live capture
      sales and hunting. This utilisation is currently monitored and controlled by KZN Wildlife.


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      The Oribi and Bushbuck numbers have decreased radically in the last decade, mainly due to
      uncontrolled hunting practices. Controlled hunting (using weapons or dogs) can be
      sustainable and with effective cooperation between landowners, hunters and KZN Wildlife
      a win-win situation is attainable. The ILM authorities are encouraged to promote the
      interaction of the relevant role-players by attending current workshops and meetings on the
      subject.
      Fragmentation of grasslands as a result of changes in land use practices has led to animal
      species isolation, this is particularly evident in the case of oribi. In order to overcome this
      problem a “corridor system” has been discussed (still in beginning phase) whereby formally
      or informally protected areas link isolated habitats. This system is dependent on
      cooperation between authorities and landowners whereby the important corridors are
      identified and a management system implemented in order to facilitate the natural
      movement of wildlife. The identification and mapping of important habitats has only
      recently been partly completed during the SEA project (2001). However, very little ground-
      truthing has taken place, and as such these corridors are very much part of a desktop
      exercise only. KZN Wildlife are currently working on this project and results are awaited.
      The ILM authorities are advised to remain in contact with KZN Wildlife on this issue for
      inclusion in their development planning. The linking of oribi habitat is currently being
      established by the Oribi Working Group (Chaired by W. Howells of KZN Wildlife)
      whereby private landowners are establishing a large oribi conservancy stretching from
      Bulwer to Himeville (approximately 16000ha).

4.6   Formal conservation management
      KZN Wildlife is the officially appointed conservancy agency for the province and
      conservation management is carried out in Protected areas and in demarcated Conservation
      Districts. There are eight formally Protected Areas within the ILM and apart from the
      Impendle Nature Reserve all are indigenous State forest areas.

Table 7: The Protected Areas located in the ILM as shown on Map 4a.

          NATURE                 IUCN                   AREA (HA)                 YEAR
         RESERVE               CATEGORY                                       ESTABLISHED
      Igxalingenwa           IV                      1500                    1906
      Indloveni              IV                      30                      1909
      Kwa Yili               IV                      677                     1906
      Impendle               IV                      7000                    1975
      Marutswa               IV                      268                     1904
      Mashwaqa               IV                      365                     1904
      Soada                  IV                      498                     1967
      Xosheyakhe             IV                      98                      1904
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4.7   Cultural resources
      Due to the fact that little archaeological work has been undertaken in the area, few
      archaeological sites have been recorded. However the potential for other sites is high and
      any development should be preceded by an Environmental Impact Assessment including
      the cultural resources (archaeological, historical etc).

4.8   Pollution
      In accordance with the Bill of Rights every person has the right to a clean and healthy
      environment. The ILM has the responsibility of ensuring that effective pollution
      management procedures are implemented in order to control pollution by implementing
      effective recycling systems for solid waste disposal and effluent disposal ensuring little or
      no environmental contamination. All landfill sites should be managed in accordance with
      the Environmental Pollution Ordinance.
      Littering problems are evident in the urban areas of Bulwer, Creighton and Donnybrook.
      Bulwer is situated on an important tourist route (R617) forming part of the Boston Beat
      and access to a World Heritage Site - the Drakensberg that attracts large volumes of visitors
      annually and for this reason unsightly litter and pollution should be identified as a priority
      issue for strategic management actions. The development and implementation of an
      Environmental Management System, aligned to ISO14001 requirements, is recommended
      in order to sustainable manage pollution and other significant environmental issues for the
      towns. Due to resource constraints an in depth study of all pollution issues could not be
      completed.

4.9   Eco-tourism
      The ILM has good potential for eco-tourism ventures. There is currently only one
      registered private game reserve, that being Game Valley Ranch situated on the eastern
      boundary of the ILM. The R617 is one of the main links to the uKhahlamba
      (Drakensberg), a world heritage site, this feature needs to be better utilised for the
      development of eco-tourism destinations and therefore generating employment
      opportunities and income for the local communities.
      There is large support from funding organisations and KZN Wildlife for the development
      of Community Conservation Reserves - where identified areas are set aside for
      conservation and cooperatively managed by communities and KZN Wildlife. A good
      example would be the development of a Community Conservation Reserve including the
      Gxalingenwa Mistbelt forest, which could involve facilities such as overnight
      accommodation, forest trails, birding, curio markets and traditional villages. This could also
      be developed into a Biosphere reserve with international status.




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     KZN Wildlife has not proclaimed the Impendle Nature Reserve at present and therefore
     funding for the development of tourism facilities has not been allocated. It is
     recommended that the KZN Wildlife with the support of the ILM actively pursue the
     proclamation and subsequent development of this reserve. It is the only KZN Wildlife
     reserve hosting breeding sites of the rare blue swallow and has the potential to maintain
     large numbers of popular game species. The Impendle reserve has the potential to be
     developed into an attractive tourist destination creating much needed employment and
     revenue.

4.10 Conclusion
     The ILM is strongly advised to develop and implement an Environmental Management
     System (EMS) aligned to ISO14001 requirements where possible. This will also assist the
     ILM authorities with the identification and management of any high-risk environmental
     issues and therefore avoid any significant biodiversity impacts and possible legal recourse.
     The EMS will provide the template for effective management practices.
     Co-operative management between Government sectors, tribal authorities and private
     individuals/companies regarding environmental issues, will ensure long-term sustainability
     and is paramount to achieving environmental objectives. To this end it is recommended
     that an Ingwe Environmental Forum be established involving relevant role-players.
     Implementation of Environmental education and awareness programs, especially in the
     Pholela tribal areas, is a priority in order to ensure environmental compliance and
     sustainability. It is recommended that the ILM should approach KZN Wildlife to
     implement environmental education programs in the ILM.
     The ILM is advised to ensure sufficient funding is allocated for environmental plans and
     strategies, in order to achieve meaningful environmental objectives. Due to the imminent
     amendments to the National Environmental Act the environmental aspects of Municipal
     management can no longer be sidelined and greater resources will be needed in order to
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5     INFRASTRUCTURE
      Infrastructure includes bulk and local facilities for water supply, sanitation, transportation,
      solid waste collection and disposal, energy, communications, and supporting facilities for
      social services. Each of these items is considered in the context of available information on
      existing facilities and future requirements, the capacities required to fulfill basic needs,
      facilitation of economic growth in selected sectors, and affordability of provision and
      consumption. It must be noted that while it is known that certain infrastructure development
      has been carried out in recent years, there is very limited data available on the status and
      extent of development projects. It appears that no complete and coherent database has been
      compiled for all the projects in the Ingwe municipality.
      The primary constraints for the development of infrastructure are shortage of capital, lack of
      capacity for administration, construction, operation and maintenance, and low consumption
      affordability levels. The analysis will determine possible mitigation opportunities for these
      constraints and lead to the preparation of a planned programme of infrastructure expansion,
      operation and maintenance.

5.1     Water
        Water supply infrastructure within Ingwe Municipality varies between areas with some
        being better serviced than others and there are not reliable. Most of the wards have
        standpipes and these standpipes supply unreliable water sources. Diseases associated with
        clean water, e.g. cholera and other skin problem disease, have affected the rural component
        of the Ingwe Local Municipality. The community travels long distances to obtain water.
        However, there is water stored in three reservoirs that are sourced from Umzintlava River.
        This means that people can now have access to clean fresh water.
        Figure 7 above indicates that 10748 have no access to piped water; only 8699 households
        within the Ingwe Local municipality have access to piped water. 4269 has on piped water
        inside the yard and 2479 of households have access to public tap within 200m.
        Approximately 13190 of households still use natural water. That is, they still use rivers,
        natural springs and rain for their needs. Therefore, 13190 households within Ingwe
        Municipality is endangered of contracting waterborne diseases, such as cholera, bilharzias,
        etc.
        The villages in ward 1 are supplied by Mashayilanga water scheme, which has a small
        scheme with only 13 standpipes serving the population of 10404 people. This is the only
        ward that is in this better situation when compared to others. In ward 2 only 1 out of 13
        villages that has a proper water supply system. This implies that there is a serious lack of
        clean water in this ward. Most of the villages in ward 3 do not have any form of reliable
        water supply; only two villages have access to some water facilities. They obtain water



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      Most of them are well functioning except for the few that has been vandalised. However,
      the level of the service provided is well below the required standard. Three of eight villages
      have small water supply scheme, with very few standpipes. Portions of ward 5, only one
      water supply scheme exists in Donnybrook and this scheme is higher than minimum
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      supply system is below minimum standard. In ward 7 two of eleven villages the RDP water
      supply infrastructure and the majority have no water infrastructure at all. In ward 8 only
      three villages have a proper water supply system, which is even higher than a minimum
      standard, two of the villages with no scheme at all. Portions of ward 9 obtain water from
      boreholes equipped with handpump except for one village with no water supply
      infrastructure. In ward 10 only two out of twenty- two villages have reliable water source.
      The other villages range from a small scheme with one tap to boreholes equipped with
      handpump (Sisonke D.C. Water and Sanitation Backlog Study).

5.2   Sanitation
      The absence of adequate sanitation facilities exposes people to water borne diseases, such
      as cholera and bilharzias and renders them to the state of poor health. It makes it difficult
      to control the opportunistic diseases caused by HIV/ AIDS infections. Figure 8 above


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      indicates that Ingwe Local Municipality is not well functioned with sanitation facilities.
      Approximately 2155 households do not have access to sanitation facilities. A large number
      of 14100 households use owner built pit latrine or ventilated, which in most instances, do
      not meet the required health hazards.

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     Approximately 6028 households within Ingwe Local Municipality have access to electricity.
     However, 14712 households still relies on candles for their energy needs, a candle is only
     limited to the provision of a small light, to kindle fire and polish (refer to figure 9). There
     are serious safety hazards issues connected with candle use, such as fire hazard and
     seriously staining clothes. Only 117 households use other source of energy, which was not
     mentioned.




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6     HOUSING AND LAND REFORM

6.1   Status of Housing Development and Upgrade in Ingwe
      Table 8 reflects the current and potential housing projects that have been registered with
      the Department of housing.

TABLE 8:       INGWE HOUSING PROJECTS


CURRENT PROJECTS                       APPROVED             PROCESS              PROGRAMME
                                                            STAGE
Creighton                              300                  Awaiting       for
                                                            EIA report


POTENTIAL PROJECTS                     SITES                PROJECT NO.
Bulwer                                 260                  3212                 1

POSSIBLE PROJECTS
Tarrs Valley                           227                  3213                 2
Kwambanjwa                             2060                 3214                 2
Ngcobo’s farm                          180                  3215                 3
Sandanezwe                             1800                 3216
Madzikane                              4000                 3217
Sibonela                               4000                 3218

TOTAL                                  12871

      In addition to the above registered project there are a number of settlements located on
      privately owned land, which would benefit from the upgrade of housing and services.
      These include Mahwaqa, Qoyintaba and Esikhesini. With the exception of the three
      approved projects the other identified projects have not been prioritised and funding has
      not been allocated.
      Consequently rather than identify specific projects the Ingwe Municipality is requesting that
      the Department of Housing allocate funding for 2000 grants per annum for the next 5
      years. Prioritisation will take place from the identified projects as funding becomes
      available. By far the greatest need for housing services upgrade is in the tribal areas where
      the majority of the rural population are located. The land is mostly owned by the
      Ingonyama Trust and administered by the Tribal structures. Unfortunately the issues
      around the release of Ingonyama Land for housing upgrades and the mechanisms for
      registering ownership or use rights such as Permission to Occupy or long leases are rather
      complex at this stage. All traditional authority areas have expressed a need for housing
      development.

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      There are currently three approved housing projects located in Creighton, Bulwer and
      Donnybrook. The Creighton project has been completed. The Bulwer project has started
      and is in the process of implementation. The Donnybrook project is on hold pending the
      approval for the construction of a reticulated water supply to cater for the increased
      demand arising from the housing development.
      A need has been identified for the development of middle income housing to
      accommodate, amongst others, civil servants who are working in the Municipality and are
      seeking suitable affordable housing, which can be purchased with the assistance of
      government housing subsidies. Bulwer and Donnybrook have vacant land that would be
      suitable however, the land is owned by Public Works and Spoornet respectively. Creighton
      has serviced vacant land available. The ILM would need to enter into negotiations with
      both Spoornet and Public works for the release of Land.

6.2   Rural Housing
      A distinction should be drawn between housing in rural as opposed to urban areas. Rural
      areas include a number of different categories of land, which are often occupied by
      communities with different housing, and infrastructure needs. The different categories
      include:

      •   Tribal areas where people are located on land held under communal tenure
          arrangements. The Ingonyama Trust owns this land.
      •   Rural areas where land is owned under freehold title. However, in some cases this land
          is utilised on a collective basis and individuals have access to that land on a communal
          basis.
      •   Commercial farming areas that include farm workers who reside on land owned by the
          farmers. In many cases, workers have lived on farms for a number of years and in some
          cases generations. In such cases there is potential to secure individual title through the
          Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997.

6.3   Land Reform Projects in the Ingwe Local Municipality
      Based on current available data there are three Land Reform projects in process in the
      Ingwe Local Municipality being:

      •   The Mnywaneni project comprising two portions of the property lot 55 Sunrise in
          extent 298.86 ha. There are some 90 beneficiaries involved. Evaluations have been
          completed and the Department is in the stage of price negotiations;
      •   The current residents on the property Ingudwini Forest no 15327 lodged a request with
          the Department of Land Affairs some 5 years back for the land to be purchased and
          made available to them as a land redistribution project or possibly an ESTA project.
          Apparently the families have been resident on this land for many years. The land is


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              apparently also used for grazing by the adjoining people in the Sandaneza area. The
              owners of the property are prepared to sell. (Source Mr R Montgomery of BCP
              Engineers who have installed a community water scheme in this area and continue to
              support the local community in the maintenance of the scheme).
        •     The Impendle state land provides opportunity for both redistribution as well as small-
              scale farmer settlement under the LRAD programme.

6.3.1       Land Reform and Support for Emerging Agriculture
            There are three land reform projects at present within the LM being the Sunrise and
            Ingudwini Forests redistribution projects and the large block of state land to the north of
            the Mkhomazi river. This land is in the early phase of being allocated to identified
            beneficiaries. The new Land Redistribution for Agricultural Development programme
            (LRAD) has only recently been implemented and it will be some time before this will
            have any impact on the local economy. This programme is dependent on persons
            applying for financial assistance to acquire land for agricultural purposes. Being a new
            programme it will take time for it to become known. The level of extension support to
            emerging agriculture is at a low level and as a result the potential that exists in the
            traditional areas has not been exploited or developed to any degree.

6.3.2       Tenure Reform
            Unfortunately data was not forthcoming from DLA in respect of farm dweller projects
            that may have been submitted to the Department of Land Affairs for the Ingwe Local
            Municipality area. Farm dweller projects are intended for labour tenants and for those
            farm workers who qualify under the Extension of Security of Tenure Act, Act 62 of
            1997. Labour tenant and farmer worker projects, by their native, tend to create small-
            scattered settlements.

Table 9: Land Tenure Projects

 Project Name           Type               Extent           Households       Phase
 1. Sun Rise            Redistribution     299.86 ha        90               Negotiations for
                                           2 farms                           purchase of land
 2. Ingudwini           Redistribution     325 ha           9 (beneficiary   Awaiting a decision
 Forest                                                     numbers are      from Depart of
                                                            expected to      Land Affairs
                                                            the higher)
 3. Impendle            Redistribution                                       Is in process
 State land             of State land


6.3.3       Restitution Projects
            The following is an indication of land that has been restored in terms of the Land
            Restitution Programme of the South African Land Policy.

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Table 10: Land Restitution Projects

       PROJECT NAME            LAND USE            LAND SIZE           NUMBER OF
                                                                     HOUSEHOLDS
       Rest Farm            Farming             1214                50
       Clayborn             Farming             1314                50
       KwaDeshu             Farming             2703                100




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7     KEY DEVELOPMENT ISSUES
      These issues are briefly described:

      •    The socio-economic cluster includes a range of issues reflecting the poor socio-economic
           status among the majority of the population at Ingwe. In this cluster there is reference to
           the needs that would have to be met to address these issues under sections headed “Ward
           Needs” and “Technical”.
      •    Limited Local Economic Development indicates that Ingwe is characterized by a
           depressed local economy; income leakage, lack of distinction between the administrative
           versus commercial centres and under-utilization of the development potential of the
           municipality.
      •    Infrastructure includes issues relating to poor accessibility by the majority of the
           population at Ingwe to physical and social services. There is a distinction between
           physical infrastructure to meet basic needs as opposed to that necessary to encourage
           investment in local economic growth and development. The type and level of
           infrastructure that is required is reflected in the ward needs and the technical assessment
           tables. One of the key considerations in this cluster relates to the operation and
           maintenance of infrastructure and the capacity of Local Government to provide this level
           of service to the people of the area throughout its area of jurisdiction.
      •    The Institutional cluster includes issues relating to the current lack of capacity in the
           newly established ILM to 'turn around' the local economy as the basis for addressing the
           problems at Ingwe in the social, economic and infrastructural sectors.


7.1       Summary of Key Issues
      The following is a composite summary of the key issues:
                         KEY ISSUES                                    DESCRIPTION

      Poor Socio-economic Status                          •   Lack of capacity
                                                          •   Poor income generating potential
                                                          •   Poor access to services
                                                          •   Poor quality services
                                                          •   Youthful age profile
                                                          •   High dependency ratios
                                                          •   Low education levels
                                                          •   High levels of unemployment

      Limited Local Economic Development                  •   Income leakage
                                                          •   Poorly developed infrastructure
                                                          •   Lacking entrepreneurial skills
                                                          •   Poor access to support services
                                                          •   Balance social versus productive
                                                              investment

      New Poorly Resourced Local Government               •   Limited income generating capacity
                                                          •   Lack of capacity to plan and deliver

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                       KEY ISSUES                                    DESCRIPTION
                                                            throughout the entire area
                                                        •   Lack of co-ordination between
                                                            different development agencies
                                                            operational in the LM
                                                        •   Poorly defined spatial development
                                                            framework
                                                        •   Lack of holistic implementation
                                                            strategy
                                                        •   Limited O&M capacity by the
                                                            municipality

      Infrastructure                                    •   Dispersed rural settlement
                                                        •   Poorly developed rural physical and
                                                            social infrastructure
                                                        •   Limited accessibility to services among
                                                            rural people


7.2     Cross-Cutting Issues
        On the basis of the data analysis a number of cross-cutting issues have been identified
        which are important in achieving sustainable development in Ingwe.

7.2.1    Environment
         The health of the environment of the ILM has a major impact on life and sustainability
         of development initiatives for the people of this area. The main actionable issue arising
         here is the need to fully integrate environment into all municipal planning and
         development processes in line with Local Agenda 21 principles and the current
         environmental legislation of the land.

7.2.2    Spatial
         The spatial component of the IDP should serve to integrate all sectors and issues
         geographically. Consequently the spatial implications of issues should be considered in
         the detailed analysis and in the identification of strategies for project identification and
         implementation.




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8     STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

8.1   Ingwe’s Vision




                        THE INGWE VISION STATEMENT


                          BY 2020:
             INGWE WILL BE A FINANCIALLY
               AND ECONOMICALLY VIABLE
            MUNICIPALITY ABLE TO PROVIDE
             SERVICES TO ITS COMMUNITIES
               IN AN EFFICIENT, EFFECTIVE,
            TRANSPARENT AND SUSTAINABLE
                 MANNER. IT WILL SEEK TO
                     ACHIEVE THIS BY
              STRENGTHENING THE UNIQUE
                  SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND
            ENVIRONMENTAL POTENTIAL OF
               THE LOCAL MUNICIPAL AREA
                 WHILE PROTECTING THE
              NATURAL RESOURCE BASE FOR
                SUCCEEDING GENERATIONS.




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8.2   Ingwe’s Mission Statement




               •   Eradicate Basic Services Backlog
               •   Accelerate Housing Delivery to create Sustainable
                   Human Settlements
               •   Rejuvenate the urban Economy through the Urban
                   Renewal Programs
               •   Facilitate rural economic development through the
                   promotion of SMME’s
               •   Develop and Co-ordinate an Integrated Poverty
                   Alleviation Programs that will include government
                   departments and private sector.
               •   Provide Pro-Active combating mechanisms to deal with
                   natural disaster.
               •   Create opportunities for small scale farmers
               •   Implement greater environmental awareness through the
                   adoption of sustainable land practice




8.3   Development Goals
      The following long term development goals have been identified based on the above key
      performance areas:

      •   To built an efficient and sustainable local government structure.
      •   To promote an equitable access to infrastructure and basic services.
      •   To promote sustainable social and economic development.
      •   To deepen democracy and promote good governance.
      •   To promote sound and efficient management and use of public funds.




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  8.4   Ingwe’s 5 Key Performance Areas


                                       INFRASTRUCTURE AND
                                       SERVICE DELIVERY




                                                                             GOOD
LOCAL ECONOMIC                                                               GOVERNANCE
DEVELOPMENT
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                                          PERFROMANCE
                                              AREAS




                 MUNICIPAL                                  MUNICIPAL
                 FINACNIAL VIABILITY                        TRANSFORMATION AND
                                                            INSTITUTIONAL
                                                            DEVELOPMENT




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8.4.1                                         Infrastructure and Service Delivery


        STRATEGIC                                            AREAS OF                                DEVELOPMENT                  STRATEGIC ACTIONS
        OBJECTIVES                                             FOCUS                                   STRATEGIES
                                                           Bulk and                              Support the district and     •    Participate in all service
                                                           reticulation                          other service agencies in         delivery planning
 Facilitating the delivery of



                                                           infrastructure                        the implementation of             programmes undertaken
                                                                                                 projects.                         by the District.
                                                                                                                              •    Monitor the provision of
                                                                                                                                   services by the District
 basic services




                                                                                                                                   and other agencies.
                                                                                                                              •    Assist the District with
                                                                                                                                   the identification and
                                                                                                                                   prioritisation of projects.
                                                                                                 Roads and Stormwater         •    Establish and maintain a
                                                                                                 management.                       storm water management
 To develop, upgrade and maintain municipal




                                                                                                                                   system.
                                                                                                                              •    Participate in the Rural
                                                          Municipal infrastructure development




                                                                                                                                   Road Transportation
                                                                                                                                   Forum.
                                                                                                                              •    Maintain the plant and
                                                                                                                                   equipment.
                                                                                                 Community facilities         •    Coordinate the
                                                                                                                                   development and
 infrastructure system.




                                                                                                                                   improvement of sports
                                                                                                                                   facilities.
                                                                                                                              •    Manage the development
                                                                                                                                   of community facilities
                                                                                                                                   such as crèches and
                                                                                                                                   community halls.
                                                                                                 Align housing programme      •    Undertake assessment of
 sustainable human settlements.




                                                                                                 with poverty alleviation,         housing needs in the
 To promote the creation of




                                                                                                 infrastructure development        disaster prone areas.
                                                                                                 and LED programmes.          •    Manage the
                                                                                                                                   implementation of
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                                                                                                                                   housing projects.
                                                                                                                              •    Undertake housing
                                                                                                                                   consumer education.
                                                                                                                              •    Establish housing
                                                                                                                                   delivery management unit
                                                                                                                                   within the municipality.




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 9.4.2 LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENNT
 STRATEGIC                                                          AREAS         DEVELOPMENT                       STRATEGIC ACTIONS
 OBJECTIVES                                                          OF            STRATEGIES
                                                                    FOCUS
                                                                                Promoting and                •   Establishment of a Community
                                                                                marketing tourism                Tourism Association.
                                                                                within Ingwe.                •   Establishment of a tourism
                                                            Tourism promotion                                    development desk within the
                                                                                                                 municipality.
                                                                                                             •   Development of tourism promotion
                                                                                                                 and marketing material.
                                                                                                             •   Participate in district and provincial
                                                                                                                 tourism initiatives.
                                                                                Investigate the potential    •   Development of partnerships between
                                                                                for agri-tourism in              the Municipality, private sector and
                                                                                Ingwe Municipality               the community.
                                                            Agri-tourism




                                                                                                             •   Undertake feasibility study for the
To promote tourism development within Ingwe Municipality.




                                                                                                                 development of agri-tourism.
                                                                                                             •   Develop business plan for the
                                                                                                                 development of agri-tourism products.
                                                                                Facilitate the               •   Empower Centorcow weavers as a
                                                                                establishment of mission         cooperative.
                                                                                tourism as a brand in        •   Facilitate the establishment of Gerald
                                                            Tourism
                                                            Mission




                                                                                Ingwe and Sisonke                Bhengu Studio in partnership with the
                                                                                District.                        Museum Services.
                                                                                Facilitate establishment     •   Develop partnership between
                                                                                of rail tourism in Ingwe         Shongololo Express and Ingwe
                                                                                and the District as a            Municipality to create a fully equipped
                                                                                brand thereby generating         train set.
                                                                                a critical mass resulting    •   Restore second steam locomotive for
                                                                                in international interest.       Creighton funded by the private
                                                            Rail Tourism




                                                                                                                 sector.
                                                                                                             •   Partake in TKZN Provincial Rail
                                                                                                                 Tourism Forum in partnership with
                                                                                                                 the relevant stakeholders.
                                                                                                             •   Continue train operations.
                                                                                                             •   Encourage outside rail tour operators
                                                                                                                 to visit Ingwe.
                                                                                                             •   Establish a Coffee Shop in
                                                                                                                 Creighton’s old historic station
                                                                                                                 building.
                                                                                Establish birding routes     •   Carryout feasibility study
                                                                                linked and endorsed by       •   Develop business plan for avitourism
                                                            Avi-tourism




                                                                                BLSA and the                     in the area.
                                                                                municipality and add         •   Establish and network birding sites
                                                                                socio-economic value to          and signage.
                                                                                the natural resources.
                                                                                                             •   Train local bird guides.
                                                                                                             •   Develop birding infrastructure.

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STRATEGIC                                AREAS                DEVELOPMENT                      STRATEGIC ACTIONS
OBJECTIVES                                OF                   STRATEGIES
                                         FOCUS
                                                          Development and                 •   Investigate possible value adding
                                                          diversification of the              processes to milk product within
Development and diversification of




                                     Farming
                                                          agricultural sector.                the municipality.

                                     Dairy                Utilisation of the forestry     •   Establish partnership with the
                                                          resources within Ingwe              private sector and communities.
the agricultural sector.




                                                          Municipality as bio-fuel.       •   Feasibility study into opportunities
                                     Deciduous Forestry


                                                                                              for commercial utilisation of
                                                                                              sawdust and forest floor litter.
                                                          Investigate the potential for   •   Undertaking a feasibility study
                                                          the production of deciduous     •   Preparation of a Business Plan
                                                          fruits within in Kilmorn.       •   Facilitating project
                                     Fruit




                                                                                              implementation.
                                                          Promote the establishment       •   Manage the disposal of the golf
                                                          of a Golf Housing Estate.           estate.
middle to high-income housing.




                                                                                          •   Identify and package strategically
Facilitate the establishment of




                                     Creighton




                                                                                              located land for up-market
                                                                                              housing and commercial
                                                                                              development.
                                                          Facilitate declaration of       •   Facilitate submission of a DFA
                                                          Donnybrook as a town.               application.
                                     Donnybrook




                                                                                          •   Introduction of a town-planning
                                                                                              scheme.
                                                                                          •   Manage the transfer of Spoornet
                                                                                              houses to Ingwe Municipality.




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8.4.3                                                              Financial Management

  STRATEGIC                                                                                      AREAS                DEVELOPMENT                      STRATEGIC ACTIONS
  OBJECTIVES                                                                                      OF                   STRATEGIES
                                                                                                 FOCUS
                                                                                                                   Develop and implement           •   Finalisation of a package of
                                                                                                                   effective financial                 financial management
                                                                                                                   management systems and              policies.
                                                                                                                   policies.                       •   Introduce an integrated
                                                                                                                                                       financial management
                                                                               Financial control and monitoring.                                       system.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Monitor compliance with
                                                                                                                                                       the financial management
                                                                                                                                                       policies and regulations.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Establish and implement a
                                                                                                                                                       supply chain management
  To promote sound financial management and use of public funds.




                                                                                                                                                       system.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Develop annual budget in
                                                                                                                                                       accordance with the MFMA
                                                                                                                                                       and treasury regulations.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Develop a Budget and
                                                                                                                                                       Service Delivery
                                                                                                                                                       Implementation Plan
                                                                                                                                                       (BSDIP) to monitor the
                                                                                                                                                       implementation of the
                                                                                                                                                       annual budget.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Develop a three-year
                                                                                                                                                       financial plan.
                                                                                                                   Develop and implement an        •   Develop an asset
                                                                               Asset management




                                                                                                                   efficient and effective asset       management policy and
                                                                                                                   management system.                  system.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Undertake and maintain an
                                                                                                                                                       inventory of all municipal
                                                                                                                                                       assets.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Integrate asset management
                                                                                                                                                       with financial management.
                                                                                                                   Prepare for the                 •   Develop a new rates policy.
                                                                                                                   implementation of the           •   Prepare a comprehensive
                                                                               generation
                                                                                Revenue




                                                                                                                   Property Rates Act.                 valuation roll.
                                                                                                                                                   •   Identify unfounded
                                                                                                                                                       mandates and reduce
                                                                                                                                                       expenditure accordingly.
                                                                                                                   To account for the use and      •   Involve the public in the
                                                                                                                   expenditure of public
                                                                               reporting
                                                                               Financial




                                                                                                                                                       budget preparation process.
                                                                                                                   funds.                          •   Ensure that municipal
                                                                                                                                                       books are audited in terms
                                                                                                                                                       of the MFMA.




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   8.4.4                                                                                     Municipal Transformation


   STRATEGIC                                                                                             AREAS                      DEVELOPMENT                  STRATEGIC ACTIONS
   OBJECTIVES                                                                                             OF                         STRATEGIES
                                                                                                         FOCUS
                                                                                                                                  Development and          •    Review internal human resource
                                                                                                                                  implementation of the         capacity in the light of the
                                                                                                                                  organogram.                   assigned powers and functions.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Finalise the Review of the
To improve the quality and efficiency of the administration component of the municipality.




                                                                                                                                                                organogram.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Finalise the appointment of the
                                                                                                                                                                S57 employees.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Undertake a skills audit and job
                                                                                                     Administration




                                                                                                                                                                evaluation.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Review the skills development
                                                                                                                                                                plan.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Develop an employment equity
                                                                                                                                                                plan.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Introduce and implement
                                                                                                                                                                learnership programme.
                                                                                                                                  Implementation of the    •    Monitor the implementation of
                                                                                                                                  Municipal Assistance          the municipal recovery plan.
                                                                                                                                  programme.               •    Review the recovery plan to
                                                                                                                                                                reflect new priorities.
                                                                                                                                  Implementation of Project •   Monitor the implementation of
                                                                                                     Consolidate




                                                                                                                                  Consolidate – Phase           the Municipal Plan of Action
                                                                                                                                  Three.                    •   Review the Municipal Plan of
                                                                                                     Project




                                                                                                                                                                Action to reflect new priorities.
                                                                                                                                                           •
                                                                                                                                  Review and development   •    Finalisation of the
                                                                                                                                  of policies.                  review/preparation of a package
                                                                                                     Development of Systems and




                                                                                                                                                                of human resource management
                                                                                                                                                                policies.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Finalisation of the
                                                                                                            procedures.




                                                                                                                                                                review/preparation of
                                                                                                                                                                administration policies.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Development of an efficient
                                                                                                                                                                archive and registry system.
                                                                                                                                                           •    Finalisation and implementation
                                                                                                                                                                of the Performance Management
                                                                                                                                                                System.




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 8.4.5                                                   Good Governance

 STRATEGIC                                                           AREAS              DEVELOPMENT                      STRATEGIC ACTIONS
 OBJECTIVES                                                           OF                 STRATEGIES
                                                                     FOCUS
                                                                                      Ensure that councillors      •   On-going training of councillors
capacity for efficient governance and



                                                                                      make informed and
To create sufficient and appropriate




                                                                                                                       on governance matters.
                                                                Governance            correct decisions.           •   Re-establishment of portfolio
                                                                                                                       committees.
                                                                                                                   •   Develop an information package
                                                                                                                       for councillors.
                                                                                      Integration of the Ingwe     •   Participation in the provincial and
                                                                                      into the district and            district coordination structures.
service delivery.




                                                                                      provincial governance        •   Establishment of local service
                                                                Governance
                                                                Cooperative




                                                                                      and service delivery             delivery clusters.
                                                                                      support system.              •   Enter into a strategic partnership
                                                                                                                       with relevant service delivery
                                                                                                                       agreement.
                                                                                      Provide technical and        •   Finalisation of the establishment
                                                                                      logistical support to the        of the ward committees.
                                                                                      ward committees.
                                                                committees




                                                                                                                   •   Training of councillors on the
                                                                                                                       ward committee system.
                                                                Ward
To promote community involvement in municipal affairs.




                                                                                                                   •   Training of the ward committees
                                                                                                                       on their role powers and functions.
                                                                                      Facilitate the flow of       •   Provision of logistical and
                                                                                      information between              technical support to the
                                                                                      government structures            community development workers.
                                                                                      and the communities.         •   Develop a communication strategy
                                                                                                                       and plan.
                                                                Communication




                                                                                                                   •   Undertake public participation
                                                                                                                       sessions in respect of IDP and the
                                                                                                                       budget.
                                                                                                                   •   Finalise development of Ingwe
                                                                                                                       Website.
                                                                                      Develop mechanism to         •   Undertake client satisfaction
                                                                Client satisfaction




                                                                                      assess the level of client       survey.
                                                                                      satisfaction in respect of   •   Introduce commentary box at the
                                                                                      the quality of services          reception.
                                                                                      received from the            •   Undertake performance
                                                                                      municipality.                    assessment sessions with the
                                                                                                                       Representative Forum.
                                                                                      Develop municipal code •         Preparation of by-laws.
                                                                Preparation of by-




                                                                                      as provided for in S15 of •      Public participation in the
compliance with




                                                                                      the Municipal Systems
legislation and
To ensure full




                                                                                                                       development and adoption of by-
                                                                                      Act.
all required

regulations




                                                                                                                       laws.
                                                                                                                   •   Manage and monitor the
                                                                                                                       implementation of municipal by-
                                                                laws




                                                                                                                       laws.

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STRATEGIC        AREAS           DEVELOPMENT              STRATEGIC ACTIONS
OBJECTIVES        OF              STRATEGIES
                 FOCUS
                                                    •   Identification of legislative



                Preparation of
                                                        compliance matters.




                compliance
                                                    •   Compile a legislative compliancy


                legislative

                schedule
                                                        schedule.
                                                    •   Develop a compliancy monitoring
                                                        system.




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  Good Governmance

  STRATEGIC                                                                           AREAS              DEVELOPMENT                   STRATEGIC ACTIONS
  OBJECTIVES                                                                           OF                 STRATEGIES
                                                                                      FOCUS
                                                                                                         Facilitate the        •   Five year Integrated Development Plan.
                                                                                                         preparation of a Five •   Strengthening of the Representative
                                                                                                         Year Integrated           Forum.
                                                                                                         Development Plan.     •   Establishment of Sectoral Clusters.
                                                                                                                               •   Aligning IDP with the Budget.
                                                                       Integrated Development Planning
To promote integrated, coordinated and sustainable land development.




                                                                                                                               •   Planning capacity building.
                                                                                                                               •   Participate in the District Planning
                                                                                                                                   Initiatives
                                                                                                         Facilitate the        •   Finalisation of the Local Economic
                                                                                                         preparation of sector     Development Plan
                                                                                                         plans as components •     Preparation of a Municipal Road
                                                                                                         of the IDP.               Development and Maintenance Master
                                                                                                                                   Plan
                                                                                                                               •   Preparation of a Tourism Development
                                                                                                                                   Plan
                                                                                                                               •   Preparation of a Strategic
                                                                                                                                   Environmental Management Plan
                                                                                                                               •   Preparation of a Housing Master Plan
                                                                                                                               •   Preparation of an HIV and AIDS
                                                                                                                                   Sector Plan
                                                                                                         Prepare and           •   Finalisation of the Land Use
                                                                                                         introduce Land Use        Management Systems
                                                                       Land and Land Use




                                                                                                         Management System     •   Training of Ward Committees on
                                                                                                         (LUMS) covering           LUMS.
                                                                       Management




                                                                                                         the whole municipal   •   Training of Councillors on LUMS
                                                                                                         area.
                                                                                                                               •   Training of the Traditional Councils on
                                                                                                                                   LUMS

                                                                                                         Prepare               •   Develop ward area plans.
                                                                       Planning




                                                                                                         Community-based
                                                                       Forward




                                                                                                                               •   Involve ward committees in area
                                                                                                         Area Plans                planning.
                                                                                                                               •
                                                                                                         Promote               •   Environmental education and
To protect and enhance
the rich bio-diversity of




                                                                                                         environmental             awareness campaign.
Ingwe Municipality.




                                                                                                         awareness among       •   Land care programme.
                                                                                                         the members of the    •
                                                                       Environmental




                                                                                                                                   Participate in the KZN Ezemvelo
                                                                                                         community.
                                                                       Management




                                                                                                                                   Planning Initiatives for Okhahlamba-
                                                                                                                                   Drakensberg area.
                                                                                                                               •   Facilitate the establishment of
                                                                                                                                   community conservation areas.



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9       IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK

9.1     Capital Projects

9.1.1    Ingwe Municipality Three Year Capital Programme


PROJECT                          KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                            START       FINISH      BUDGET      MANAGER
                                 INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                               RESPONSIBLE
                                                Institutional Development and Transformation
Preparation/review      of  an   Adoption of the IDP            Council resolution   July 2006   June 2007    300 000.00 Municipal Manager
Integrated Development Plan
Development of a Performance     PMS development and            Approved PMS         July 2006   June 2007    200 000.00 Municipal Manager
Management System                implementation.
Municipal Plan of Action         Progress      with       the   Council approval of July 2006    June 2007               Municipal Manager
                                 implementation of the Plan     products
Project Consolidate              Progress      with       the   Council approval of July 2006    June 2007               Municipal Manager
                                 implementation of the Plan     products
                                                                 Good Governance
Support and capacitation of ward Travelling              and Members trained on July 2006        June 2007    360 000.00 Municipal Manager
committees.                      communication               the system.
                                 Ward             committee                      July 2006       June 2007    140 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                 capacitation
Public Communication Strategy Adoption           of        a Council resolution. July 2006       June 2007    200 000.00 Municipal Manager
and Programme                    communication strategy.
Community     based     planning                                                 July 2006       June 2007    200 000.00 Municipal Manager
programme
Corporate Governance Support                                                     July 2006       June 2007    200 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                                  Social and Economic Development Projects




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PROJECT                            KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                                 START       FINISH      BUDGET      MANAGER
                                   INDICATOR                     INDICATOR                                                      RESPONSIBLE
Strategic Environmental            Submission of a final draft   Approval      by    the    July 2006   June 2007               Municipal Manager
Management Plan                                                  Department           of
                                                                 Environmental
                                                                 Affairs.
Housing Master Plan                Submission of a Final Draft. Council       resolution    May 2006    December    R100 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                                                 approving the plan                     2006
Spatial Development Framework      Submission of a final report. Final report               August      December    R150 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                                                                            2006        2006
Finalisation of the LUMS.          Submission of final draft Final draft                    January     December    R100 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                   LUMS.                                                    2006        2006
Formalisation of Bulwer.           Proclamation of Bulwer as a    Confirmation         of   June 2006   May 2007    R150 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                   town.                          proclamation.
Kilmon      Deciduous        Fruit Feasibility     study    and   Feasibility       study   July 2006   June 2007               LED Manager
Production                         Business Plan                  report
Ingwe bio-fuel Project             Feasibility     study    and   Feasibility       study   July 2006   June 2007               LED Manager
                                   Business Plan                  report
Rail    Tourism      Project     - Development of a fully         Piloting of the project   July 2006   June 2007               LED Manager
Implementation                     equipped train set.
Mission Tourism                    Feasibility     study    and   Feasibility    study July 2006        June 2007               LED Manager
                                   Business Plan                  report
Centorcow Weavers                  Increase in product range      Signed markets       July 2006        June 2007               LED Manager
                                   and quality
Gerald Bhengu Studio               Feasibility     study    and   Feasibility      study July 2006      June 2007               LED Manager
                                   Business Plan                  report
Avitourism                         Development of a birding                                 July 2006   June 2007               LED Manager
                                   infrastructure and route
Creighton Golf Housing Estate                                  Signed agreement with July 2006          June 2007               LED Manager
and land release                                               the developers.
Agri-tourism                  Feasibility   study          and Feasibility     study July 2006          June 2007               LED Manager
                              Business Plan                    report
Women’s Desk                  Implementation                   Women programmes                                      100 000.00 Municipal Manager



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PROJECT                    KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                                       START       FINISH      BUDGET      MANAGER
                           INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                                          RESPONSIBLE
Youth Desk                 Implementation  Youth activities or                            July 2006   June 2007    100 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                           development
Sports Development         Implementation  Capacity building and                          July 2006   June 2007    300 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                           sports events
Community Functions        Implementation  Community function                             July 2006   June 2007    500 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                           and Izimbizo
Disabled Groups            Implementation  Capacity      building                         July 2006   June 2007    100 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                           programmes         and
                                           project driven by
                                           disabled
HIV and AIDS Programmes    Implementation  HIV/Aids                                       July 2006   June 2007    100 000.00 Municipal Manager
                                           establishment funds,
                                           Community awareness
                                           and support to the
                                           affected
Public Skills and Capacity Implementation  Community                                      July 2006   June 2007    100 000.00 Municipal Manager
Development Programme                      participation
                                           programmes

                                                              Infrastructure and Service Delivery
Fencing of Bulwer Hall               Fence erected                   Hall is not fenced   July 2006   June 2007    110 000.00 Technical Services
Bulwer Craft Centre                  Completed craft centre          Lack of marketing    July 2006   June 2007    250 000.00 Technical Services
                                                                     area
Extensions to Ingwe Hall - Toilets   Ingwe hall extended             No hall            July 2006     June 2007               Technical Services
Mpumulwane Sports Field              Completed sports field          No sportsfield     July 2006     June 2007    200 000.00 Technical Services
Ngxola Community Fencing             Fencing completed                                  July 2006     June 2007               Technical Services
Glenbain School                      New classrooms     School     in              poor July 2006     June 2007    175 000.00 Technical Services
                                                        condition
Creighton Mall Establishment All      planning      and No proper shopping July 2006                  June 2007    250 000.00 Technical Services
(W4)                         development approvals are facilities
                             obtained
Creighton LED Car Wash (W4)  Cooperative registered     Lack of jobs       July 2006                  June 2007     50 000.00 Technical Services



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PROJECT                          KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                        START       FINISH      BUDGET      MANAGER
                                 INDICATOR             INDICATOR                                                     RESPONSIBLE
Upgrading of Shusha Road (W4)    Quality of the road   Road in a poor            July 2006   June 2007    500 000.00 Technical Services
                                                       condition
Ntakama Resource Centre Phase Access to information    Operational Resource      July 2006   June 2007   1000 000.00 Technical Services
2 (W6)                                                 Centre
Enkelabantwana Sewing Clubs      Access to equipment   Well established and      July 2006   June 2007     43 000.00 Technical Services
                                                       equipped club
Community Facilities Fencing                           Fencing completed         July 2006   June 2007    400 000.00 Technical Services
Project (All wards)
Junction Community Hall (W5)     Completed hall        Completed hall            July 2006   June 2007    800 000.00   Technical Services
Nkompolo Road (W3)               4km                   Improved access           July 2006   June 2007    700 000.00   Technical Services
Bazini Community Hall (W2)       Completed hall        Hall                      July 2006   June 2007    800 000.00   Technical Services
Cabazini Sports Field (W1)       Improved sports field Sports field in a poor    July 2006   June 2007    500 000.00   Technical Services
                                                       condition
Creighton Taxi Rank (W4)         Sufficient Shelters   No shelters               July 2006   June 2007    800 000.00 Technical Services
Skofil Administration Block (W1) Completed Admin Block No admin block            July 2006   June 2007    120 000.00 Technical Services
Mqulelwa Community Hall (W10) Completed hall           No public meeting         July 2006   June 2007    450 000.00 Technical Services
                                                       place.
Kilmon Taxi Rank (W1)            Sufficient Shelters   No shelters               July 2006   June 2007    700 000.00   Technical Services
Free Basic Electricity           Access to energy      Poor access to energy     July 2006   June 2007    800 000.00   Technical Services
Infill’s Electrification         Access to energy      Poor access to energy     July 2006   June 2007    530 000.00   Technical Services
Free Street Lighting (Creighton, Access to energy      Poor access to energy     July 2006   June 2007    800 000.00   Technical Services
Donnybrook and Bulwer)
Refuse Removal and Landfill Site Access to energy      Poor access to energy     July 2006   June 2007   1000 000.00   Technical Services
Alternative Basic Energy Ward 1  Access to energy      Poor access to energy     July 2006   June 2007    800 000.00   Technical Services
Alternative Basic Energy Ward 6  Access to energy      Poor access to energy     July 2006   June 2007    150 000.00   Technical Services
Alternative Basic Energy Ward 2  Access to energy      Poor access to energy     July 2006   June 2007     50 000.00   Technical Services

                                                      Internal Funds (2007/2008)
Ndawane Shoba Road (W1)      3km                                                                          600 000.00 Technical Services
Isibonelo   Community   Hall Completed hall              No public      meeting July 2007    June 2008    300 000.00 Technical Services
Renovation (W2)                                          place.




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PROJECT                       KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                            START       FINISH      BUDGET      MANAGER
                              INDICATOR             INDICATOR                                                         RESPONSIBLE
Okhetheni Community Hall (W3) Completed hall        No public meeting             July 2007   June 2008    800 000.00 Technical Services
                                                    place.
Tar’s Valley Sportsfield (W4) Improved sports field Sports field in a poor        July 2007   June 2008    500 000.00 Technical Services
                                                    condition
Majiki Road (W5)              2km                   Poor access                   July 2007   June 2008    500 000.00 Technical Services
Valentine Sportsfield (W6)    Improved sports field Sports field in a poor        July 2007   June 2008    500 000.00 Technical Services
                                                    condition
Qadi Road (W7)                4km                   Poor access                   July 2007   June 2008    900 000.00 Technical Services
Engudwini Community Hall (W8) Completed hall        No public meeting             July 2007   June 2008    800 000.00 Technical Services
                                                    place.
Nkwezwela Community Hall Completed hall             No public meeting             July 2007   June 2008    300 000.00 Technical Services
Renovation (W9)                                     place.
Asiqhubeke Road               5km                   Poor access                   July 2007   June 2008    900 000.00 Technical Services
Extension to the Municipal 2000m2                   Lack of office space          July 2007   June 2008   6000 000.00 Technical Services
Buildings
                                                          Internal Funds (2008/2009)
Mfulumane Road (W1)              5km                        Poor access           July 2008   June 2009    900 000.00 Technical Services
Magoso Road (W2)                 4km                        Poor access           July 2008   June 2009    800 000.00 Technical Services
Qulashe Community Hall (W3)      Completed hall             No public meeting July 2008       June 2009    850 000.00 Technical Services
                                                            place.
Zimpisi Road (W4)                4km                        Poor access           July 2008   June 2009    800 000.00 Technical Services
Sokhela Road (W5)                5km                        Poor access           July 2008   June 2009    900 000.00 Technical Services
Musayina Sportsfield (W6)        Improved sports field      Poor access to sports July 2008   June 2009    550 000.00 Technical Services
                                                            fields
Nombulula Road (W7)              5km                        Poor access           July 2008   June 2009    900 000.00 Technical Services
Lubovana Community Hall (W8)     Completed hall             No public meeting July 2008       June 2009    850 000.00 Technical Services
                                                            place.
Mbeje Road (W9)                  5km                        Poor access           July 2008   June 2009    900 000.00 Technical Services

Mdayana Road (W10)              3.5km                       Poor access           July 2008   June 2009    700 000.00 Technical Services
Urban    Renewal    (Creighton, Upgraded infrastructure     Decline and decay     July 2008   June 2009   6 000 000.0 Technical Services
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PROJECT                         KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                         START       FINISH      BUDGET        MANAGER
                                INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                              RESPONSIBLE
                                                  LED-PROJECTS MIG (2006/2007)
Memela Road (W 8)             5.5km                      Poor access            July 2006    June 2007   1000 000.00 PMU Manager
Bhidla (Uhane) Community Hall Completed hall             No public      meeting July 2006    June 2007    800 000.00 PMU Manager
(W10)                                                    place.
Mahwaqa Community Hall (W9)   Completed hall             No public      meeting July 2006    June 2007    800 000.00 PMU Manager
                                                         place.
Sandanezwe Community      Hall Completed hall            No public      meeting July 2006    June 2007    800 000.00 PMU Manager
(W7)                                                     place.
Esikheshini Road (W6)           4.5 km                   Poor access             July 2006   June 2007    800 000.00 PMU Manager
PMU Support Fund                                                                 July 2006   June 2007    466 000.00 PMU Manager

                                                  LED-PROJECTS MIG 2007/2008
Mbatini Community Hall (W1)                                                     July 2007    June 2008    800 000.00
Gwagwane Road (W2)              4km                      Poor access            July 2007    June 2008    800 000.00
Gala Road (W3)                  2km                      Poor access            July 2007    June 2008    500 000.00
Bhobhoyo Sports Field (W4)                                                      July 2007    June 2008
Mjila Road (W5)                 3km                      Poor access            July 2007    June 2008    800 000.00
Ngudwini Bridge (W6)                                                            July 2007    June 2008    800 000.00
Deepdale Community Hall (W7)    Completed hall           No public      meeting July 2007    June 2008    800 000.00
                                                         place.
Mphithini Community Hall (W8)   Completed hall           No public meeting       July 2007   June 2008    800 000.00
                                                         place.
Ntokwezeni Road (W9)            2km                      Poor access             July 2007   June 2008    400 000.00
Macabazini Hall (W10)           Completed hall           No public meeting       July 2007   June 2008    800 000.00
                                                         place.
Nkwezela Stadium                New stadium              Lack of stadium         July 2007   June 2008    15 000 000
Creighton Stadium               New stadium              Lack of stadium         July 2007   June 2008    15 000 000
                                                  LED-PROJECTS MIG 2008/2009
Esidangeni Hall (W1)            Completed hall           No public      meeting July 2008    June 2009    850 000.00
                                                         place.
Diphini Road (W2)               4km                      Poor access             July 2008   June 2009    800 000.00



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PROJECT                           KEY PERFORMANCE             BASELINE             START       FINISH      BUDGET        MANAGER
                                  INDICATOR                   INDICATOR                                                  RESPONSIBLE
Hlabeni Raod (W3)                 4.5km                       Poor access          July 2008   June 2009    850 000.00
Esibomvini Sportsfield (W4)       Improved sports field       Poor access sports   July 2008   June 2009    500 000.00
                                                              field
Owambeni Road (W5)                4.5km                       Poor access          July 2008   June 2009    800 000.00
Masamini Hall (W6)                Completed hall              No public meeting    July 2008   June 2009    850 000.00
                                                              place.
Umlazi Road (W7)                  6km                         Poor access          July 2008   June 2009    900 000.00
Etafuleni Community Hall (W8)     Completed hall              No public meeting    July 2008   June 2009    850 000.00
                                                              place.
Solokohlo Sportfield (W9)         Improved sports field       Poor access sports   July 2008   June 2009    500 000.00
                                                              field
Santonga Road (W10)               5km                         Poor access          July 2008   June 2009    900 000.00



9.1.2   Housing Delivery Programme


PROJECT                           KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                         START       FINISH      BUDGET        MANAGER
                                  INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                              RESPONSIBLE
                                                          HOUSING PROJECTS 2006/2007
Creighton Extension (Phase Two)   300 units                   Poor     access   to July 2006   June 2007                 IDP Manager and
                                                              housing                                                    Housing Manager
Bulwer Low Cost Housing           300 units                   Poor access to       July 2006   June 2007                 IDP Manager and
                                                              housing                                                    Housing Manager
Tar’s Valley                      270 units                   Poor access to       July 2006   June 2007                 IDP Manager and
                                                              housing                                                    Housing Manager
Ngcobo’s Farm                     300 units                   Poor access to       July 2006   June 2007                 IDP Manager and
                                                              housing                                                    Housing Manager
Glen Maize Clifton Agri-village   220 units                   Poor access to       July 2006   June 2007                 IDP Manager and
                                                              housing                                                    Housing Manager




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PROJECT                       KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                    START       FINISH      BUDGET   MANAGER
                              INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                    RESPONSIBLE
Donnybrook/Ekuthuleni Housing                 Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
Infrastructure Upgrade                        housing                                                      Housing Manager
Bhidla/Nkelabantwana (W10)    1000            Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Donnybrook Rental Stock       150             Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Donnybrook Middle Income      150             Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Creighton Rental Stock        150             Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Creighton Middle Income       150             Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Creighton Golf Estate         50              Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Bulwer Golf Estate            50              Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Mountain Park Housing         500             Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Bulwer Rental Stock           150             Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
Springfield Housing           150             Poor access to              July 2006   June 2007            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                      Housing Manager
                                                 HOUSING PROJECTS (2007/2008)
Ezidweni Rural Housing Project 900                       Poor access to   June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
(W1)                                                     housing                                           Housing Manager
Boarder View Rural Housing 500                           Poor access to   June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
(W2)                                                     housing                                           Housing Manager
Woshi Rural Housing (W3)       450                       Poor access to   June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Manzamnyama   Rural   Housing 400                        Poor access to   June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
(W4)                                                     housing                                           Housing Manager




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PROJECT                          KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                 START       FINISH      BUDGET   MANAGER
                                 INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                 RESPONSIBLE
Mjila Rural Housing (W5)         600             Poor access to           June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
                                                 housing                                                   Housing Manager
Khethokuhle Rural Housing (W6)   700             Poor access to           June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
                                                 housing                                                   Housing Manager
Deepdale Rural Housing (W7)      400             Poor access to           June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
                                                 housing                                                   Housing Manager
Hlafuna Rural Housing (W8)       450             Poor access to           June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
                                                 housing                                                   Housing Manager
Mahwaqa Rural Housing (W9)       800             Poor access to           June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
                                                 housing                                                   Housing Manager
Mqulela Rural Housing (W10)      600             Poor access to           June 2007   June 2008            IDP Manager and
                                                 housing                                                   Housing Manager
                                                 HOUSING PROJECTS (2008/2009)
Thonsini Rural Housing (W1)      450                     Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Esiqaqeni Rural Housing (W2)     1000                    Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Gqumeni Rural Hosing (W3)        1200                    Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Bhobhoyi Rural Housing (W4)      400                     Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Sokhela Rural Housing (W5)       900                     Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Masamini Rural Housing (W6)      800                     Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Mdutshini Rural Housing (W7)     950                     Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Mgababa Rural Housing (W8)       800                     Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Dumabezwe Rural Housing (W9)     1200                    Poor access to   July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager




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PROJECT                          KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                 START       FINISH      BUDGET   MANAGER
                                 INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                 RESPONSIBLE
Mdayana Rural Housing (W10)      500             Poor access to           July 2008   June 2009            IDP Manager and
                                                 housing                                                   Housing Manager
                                                 HOUSING PROJECTS (2009/20010)
Mashayelana Rural Housing (W1)   1300                    Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Bazini Rural Housing (W2)        1000                    Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Ngcesheni Rural Housing (W3)     1000                    Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Sonyongwana Rural Housing 700                            Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
(W4)                                                     housing                                           Housing Manager
Nomandlovu Rural Housing (W5) 500                        Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Esikhesheni and Ntakama (W6)     600                     Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Statelands  Farmm/Elandskop 350                          Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
(W7)                                                     housing                                           Housing Manager
Mnyamana Rural Housing (W8) 600                          Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Ezitendeni Rural Housing (W9)    500                     Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Xosheyakhe Rural Housing (W10)   450                     Poor access to   July 2009   June 2010            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
                                                  HOUSING PROJECTS 2009/2010
Dozen Rural Housing (W2)         700                     Poor access to   July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Esibonelo Esihle Housing (W2)    600                     Poor access to   July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Gala Rural Housing (W3)          600                     Poor access to   July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager
Madzikane Rural Housing (W4)     700                     Poor access to   July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
                                                         housing                                           Housing Manager



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PROJECT                       KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                   START       FINISH      BUDGET   MANAGER
                              INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                   RESPONSIBLE
Woodhurst Housing (W5)        500             Poor access to             July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                     Housing Manager
Jani and Menhoff Housing (W6) 400             Poor access to             July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                     Housing Manager
Entire Ncwadi Rural Housing 700               Poor access to             July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
(W7)                                          housing                                                     Housing Manager
Buyeni Rural Housing (W8)     500             Poor access to             July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
                                              housing                                                     Housing Manager
Gobho Gobho Rural Housing 800                 Poor access to             July 2010   June 2011            IDP Manager and
(W9)                                          housing                                                     Housing Manager
                                                              ROADS
                                                            PROJECTS
                                                             2006/2007
Mashayilanga Road Maintenance 500                        Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
(w1)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Mashakeni Bridge (W2)         780                        Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Woshi Road maintenance (W3)    550                       Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Maqeni Bridge (to Mpumulwane)                            Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
(w3)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Esibomvini bridge (W4)        450                        Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Tarring of Mondi Junction to   500                       Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
Riverside Road (W4)                                                                                       the Dept of Transport
Emalahleni Road Maintenance    600                       Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
(W6)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Gudlintaba Road Maintenance    800                       Poor access     July 2006   June2007             Transport Forum and
(W7)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Bridge (from Mgababa to        650                       Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
Mthintanyoni) (W8)                                                                                        the Dept of Transport




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PROJECT                         KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                 START       FINISH      BUDGET   MANAGER
                                INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                 RESPONSIBLE
Bridge to Maqadini      passing                 Poor access              July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
Umkhomazi River (W8)                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Tarring of Nkwezela to Pholela    780                    Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
Clinic (Nkumba) Road (W9)                                                                                 the Dept of Transport
Maintenance of Nkwezela road      700                    Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
(From Nkwezela Main Stop to                                                                               the Dept of Transport
Tafuleni) (W9)
Gobhogobho Road (Maintenance      450                    Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
Road) (W9)                                                                                                the Dept of Transport
Nkelabantwana            Bridge   600                    Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
(Qhobozela Road) (W10)                                                                                    the Dept of Transport
Come and See Bridge (Ndodeni      800                    Poor access     July 2006   June 2007            Transport Forum and
Road) (W10)                                                                                               the Dept of Transport
                                                              ROADS
                                                            PROJECTS
                                                             2007/2008
Sdangeni Bridge (W1)              500                    Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Ndulwini     to     Gxalingentwa 450                     Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
(maintenance of road) (W2)                                                                                the Dept of Transport
Ngcesheni road maintenance (W3) 600                      Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Sonyongwane       access     road 500                    Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
(Maintenance) (W4)                                                                                        the Dept of Transport
Tarring of Gudlintaba road (W7)   400                    Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Mdutshini Bridge (Mthintanyoni                           Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
to Mdutshini) (w7)                                                                                        the Dept of Transport
Songozi Bridge (KwaZashuke)                              Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
(W7)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Mnyamana       (Mgababa)  road 600                       Poor access     July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
Maintenance (W8)                                                                                          the Dept of Transport



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PROJECT                         KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                 START       FINISH      BUDGET   MANAGER
                                INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                 RESPONSIBLE
Maintenance of Solokohlo Bridge                 Poor access              July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
P128 Road (W9)                                                                                            the Dept of Transport
UHana (Bhidla) Bridge (From                     Poor access              July 2007   June 2008            Transport Forum and
Mkhohlwa to Bhidla) (w10)                                                                                 the Dept of Transport
                                                              ROADS
                                                            PROJECTS
                                                             2008/2009
Qulashe Bridge (W3)            450                                       July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Maintenance road Gala to 500                             Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
Qgumeni (W3)                                                                                              the Dept of Transport
Tarring from KwaMingi to 400                             Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
Bulwer Power Station (W3)                                                                                 the Dept of Transport
Songozi Bridge (KwaJubane) (W7) 590                      Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Endotsheni Road Maintenance                              Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
(W7)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Elandskop Road Maintenance  780                          Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Mkhomazi Bridge Butho (W8)     600                       Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Road Maintenance (from Tafuleni 550                      Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
to Hlafuna) (W8)                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Chibini (Buyeni) Bridge-Ohane 700                        Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
(W8)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport
Qweleni Road Maintenance (W8) 688                        Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
                                                                                                          the Dept of Transport
Eshalisi    Bridge    Joining 650                        Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
KwaNsimbi Road (W9)                                                                                       the Dept of Transport
Maintenance of KwaNyide Road 500                         Poor access     July 2008   June 2009            Transport Forum and
(W9)                                                                                                      the Dept of Transport




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PROJECT                         KEY PERFORMANCE BASELINE                             START        FINISH            BUDGET           MANAGER
                                INDICATOR       INDICATOR                                                                            RESPONSIBLE
Magwababa Road Maintenance 450                  Poor access                          July 2008    June 2009                          Transport Forum and
(W10)                                                                                                                                the Dept of Transport
Bridge Madlala to Mkhobeni Road 600             Poor access                          July 2008    June 2009                          Transport Forum and
(W10)                                                                                                                                the Dept of Transport
Mqulela Bridge                  500             Poor access                          July 2008    June 2009                          Transport Forum and
                                                                                                                                     the Dept of Transport


9.1.3   Projects Implemented By Department Of Land Affairs In The Sisonke District Municipality 2005/06 Financial Year

        PROJECT NAME                               LOCALITY       PROJECT            PLANNING           LAND                   EXPENDITURE
                                                                  STATUS             GRANT              ACQUISITION            TO DATE
        Mjila Farmers Co Operative                 Ingwe Local    Land Transferred       R 620,000.00   R 620,000.00           R 400,000.00
                                                   Municipality
        Mondi Shanduka Timber Project              Ingwe Local        R 250,000.00    R 15,925,000.00   Planning in progress   Expected land
                                                   Municipality                                                                transfer in July 2006
        Avondale Beef Project                      Ingwe Local      R 4,382,000.00                      Planning in progress
                                                   Municipality
        Glen Maize & Clifton Farm (Ingwe Housing   Ingwe Local         R 70,000.00                      Planning in progress   Expected land
        Development)                               Municipality                                                                transfer in October
                                                                                                                               2006
        Impendle Stateland                         Ingwe Local                                          Planning in progress   Expected land
                                                   Municipality                                                                transfer in July 2006
        Ingudwini                                  Ingwe Local       R 640,000.0                        Implementation
                                                   Municipality
        Farm BnB                                   Ingwe Local    R 1,609,000.00                        Implementation
                                                   Municipality
        Mondi Shanduka Timber                      Ingwe Local     R 270,000.00                         Packaging stage
                                                   Municipality
        Donnybrook farms (5farms – 35hh)           Ingwe Local     R 300,000.00                         Planning




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                                            Municipality

       Avondale                             Ingwe Local       R4 382 000.00               Implementation
       Beef Project                         Municipality




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9.1.4   Electricity Development Programme


                     TOTAL                          AREA                SUB PLACE         GRID/ NON                             PROJECT
                                                                                                                  2
PROJECT NAME         CONNECTIONS PRIOROTIES         DESCRIPTION         NAME              GRID             AREA M HOUSEHOLD         COST
                                                    Ngudwini 1          Mbulweleni        GRID               692.493     184   R 1,067,200
                                                    Ngudwini 2          Sizanenjane       GRID             444,05         66    R 409,200
                                                    Ngudwini 3          Sizanenjane       GRID               157,267      41    R 237, 800
                                                    Ngudwini 4          Sizanenjane       GRID               243,562      42    R 243,600
                                        1 Current
                                       2006/2007                                          9.1.4.1   GRID
    Nkwazela Ph 3         1115          ESKOM       Eziphahleni 3       Mphithini                            294,828      82    R 475,600
                                         Project    Eziphahleni 4       Sizanenjane       GRID               204,772      49    R 284,200
                                                    Mbulelweni 2        Mbulweleni        GRID             1,413,259     461   R 2,465,428
                                                    Mbulelweni 1        Ememela           GRID             1,844,378     419   R 2,430,200
                                                    Hlafuna 1           NONE              GRID                72,107      18    R 104,400
                                                    Hlafuna 5           Hlafuna           GRID               402,396     113    R 655,400
                                                    Hlafuna 7           Hlafuna           GRID               242,597      70    R 406, 000
                                                    Nkwazela 1          Hlafuna           GRID               559,820     143    R 829,400
                                                    Nkwazela 3          Mbulweleni        GRID               356,953      73    R 423,000
                                                    Ezitendeni 4        KwaSandanezwe     GRID               111,369     101   R 1,658,323
                                                    Ezitendeni 6        KwaSandanezwe     GRID               154,508     131    R 700,588
                                                    Ezitendeni 7        KwaSandanezwe     GRID               164,709     102    R 545,496
                                                    KwaNombulula        Nombulula         GRID               336,050      43    R 266,600
                                        2 Current
                                       2006/2007
                                          Munic     Kwapheshe 1         KwaSandanezwe     GRID               101,981      30    R 174,000
                                         Project    Kwapheshe 2         KwaSandanezwe     GRID             1,865,406     383   R 2,221,400
                                                    Kwapheshe 3         KwaSandanezwe     GRID             1,123,820     192   R 1,113,600
                                                    Kwapheshe 4         KwaSandanezwe     GRID             1,016,064     176   R 1,020,800
                                                    Kwapheshe 5         KwaSandanezwe     GRID                79,637      28    R 149,744



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                     TOTAL                          AREA                SUB PLACE         GRID/ NON                         PROJECT
PROJECT NAME         CONNECTIONS PRIOROTIES         DESCRIPTION         NAME              GRID        AREA M2 HOUSEHOLD         COST
                                                    Umgxobeleni 1       KwaSandanezwe     GRID        2,255,878      367   R 2,128,600
                                                    Umgxobeleni 2       Nombulula         GRID          169,696       25    R 155,000
                                        3 Current
                                       2006/2007    Mkhohlwa            Mkhohlwa          GRID         715,153       100    R 620,000
                                                    Emakabazini 1 and
     Emacambini            230                      2                   Emakabazini       GRID         169,696       130    R 695,240
                                                    Eziphahleni 1       Sizanenjane       GRID         166,370        40    R 543,865
                                                    Eziphahleni 2       Voyizana          GRID         168,779        36    R 208,800
     Sizanenjana           520             4        Sizanenjane 1       Sizanenjane       GRID          608,980      152    R 881,600
                                       2007/2008    Sizanenjane 2       Voyizana          GRID          962,532      233   R 1,351,400
                                                    Sizanenjane 3       Sizanenjane       GRID          137,907       54    R 288,792
                                                    Hlabeni 1           Hlabeni           GRID          181,986       83    R 443,884
                                                    Hlabeni 4           Hlabeni           GRID        1,005,835      373   R 1,994,804
                                                    Okhetheni 2         Keteni            GRID          380,872      126    R 673,848
                                                    Okhetheni 3         Keteni            GRID          207,321       40    R 232,000
                                                    Okhetheni 4         Keteni            GRID          141,126       90    R 481,320
                                                    Okhetheni 5         Keteni            GRID          516,439      155    R 828,940
                                                    Okhetheni 6         Keteni            GRID          256,545       80    R 427,840
                                                    Okhetheni 7         Keteni            GRID          123,536       60    R 320,880
                                                    Okhetheni 8         Makhuzeni         GRID          188,441       42    R 243,600
                                                    Mqoleni 1           Emaqoleni         GRID          522,796      106    R 614,800
                                                    Ndodeni 4           Ndodeni           GRID           85,461       14      R 81,200
                                                    Ndodeni 5           Gxalingene        GRID          149,187       32    R 185,600
                                                    Ndodeni 6           Gxalingene        GRID        1,835,108      247   R 1,531,400
                                                    Ndodeni 7           Ndodeni           GRID        1,486,032      247   R 1,432,600
                                                    Kwasokhela 1        Nomandlovo        GRID          963,115      235   R 1,637,805
                                                    Kwasokhela 2        Nomandlovo        GRID          500,141      125    R 725,000




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                      TOTAL                        AREA                 SUB PLACE        GRID/ NON                         PROJECT
PROJECT NAME          CONNECTIONS PRIOROTIES       DESCRIPTION          NAME             GRID        AREA M2 HOUSEHOLD         COST
    Donnybrook            1300          6          Umjila 1             Mjila            GRID        1,462,226      244   R1,415,200
                                    2009/2010      Umjila 2             Mjila            GRID          286,926       67    R 388,600
                                                   Luwambeni 2          Owambeni         GRID          398,703       48    R 297,600
                                                   Luwambeni 3          KwaSokhela       GRID        1,247,813      377   R 2,016,196
                                                   Carthill             Owambeni         GRID          795,612      175   R 1,015,000

      Voyizana             350             7       Ezipahleni 5         Nyamana          GRID        1,076,914      372   R 1,989,456
                                                   KwaMnyamana 1        Nyamana          GRID         115,864        55    R 294,140
                                                   KwaMnyamana 4        Nyamana          GRID         333,466       142    R 759,416
                                                   KwaMnyamana 5        Nyamana          GRID          25,516        16     R 85,568
 Mnyamana/Kwabutho         450             8       Butu 1               Maczobeni        GRID          604,090      205   R 1,096,340
                                                   Butu 2               Nonguqa          GRID           50,334       22    R 117,656
                                                   Bethlehem 1          Bethlehem        GRID          140,123       54    R 625,562
                                                   Bethlehem 2          Bethlehem        GRID          589,967      182    R 973,336
                                                   Hlafuna 2            NONE             GRID           50,358       23    R 123,004
      Bethlehem            930             9       Hlafuna 8            NONE             GRID           52,371       20    R 106,960
                                                   Lubovana 1           Nonguqa          GRID          302,839      140    R 748,720
                                                   Lubovana 3           Nonguqa          GRID           93,976       29    R 155,092
                                                   Lubovana 4           Bethlehem        GRID        1,150,125      481   R 2,572,388
                                                   Bhidla 1             Phosane          GRID          145,404       52    R 278,096
      Kwabhidla            500            10       Bhidla 2             Phosane          GRID          360,697      127    R 679,196
                                                   Lubovana 2           Nonguqa          GRID          903,222      305   R 1,631,140
                                                   Half My Right 1      Mqulela          GRID          918,814      290   R 2,118,125

    Greater Chibini        550            11       Chibini 3            Chibini          GRID         323,157       131    R 700,588
                                                   Chibini 4            NONE             GRID         242,760       128    R 684,544



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                     TOTAL                         AREA                 SUB PLACE        GRID/ NON                          PROJECT
PROJECT NAME         CONNECTIONS PRIOROTIES        DESCRIPTION          NAME             GRID        AREA M2 HOUSEHOLD         COST
                                                                        Mkobeni
                                                   Chibini 5            Kamesia          GRID         440,590      168     R 1,196,304
                                                                        Mkobeni
                                                   Come & See           Kamesia          GRID         727,900      168      R 974,400
      Sun City             610            12       Njobokazi 1          Hlafuna          GRID          98,128       40      R 213,920
                                                   Njobokazi 2          Mahlathini       GRID         267,942      166      R 887,768
                                                   Hlafuna 6            Hlafuna          GRID         158,782       68      R 363,664
                                                   Shabu/               Enkwelaba
     Xosheyakhe            450            13       Nkelabantwa 1        Ntwana           GRID          232,482      41      R 237,800
                                                   Xosheyakhe           Xosheyakhe       GRID        1,544,975     282     R 1,635,600
                                                   KwaNdonyela          Mangwaneni       GRID          575,220     218     R 1,165,864
                                                   Emvuleni 1           eMvuleni         GRID           56,490      25      R 133,700
                                                   Umlazi 1             NONE             GRID           48,293      25      R 133,700
    Emangwaneni            600            14       Umlazi 2             Mangwaneni       GRID          54,841       18       R 96,264
                                                   Umlazi 3             Mangwaneni       GRID         465,311      169      R 903,812
                                                   Amangwane            Mangwaneni       GRID         293,154       64      R 371,200
                                                   Kwasambane           Mangwaneni       GRID         330,805       68      R 394,400
                                                   Mahoho 1             Mahohoho         GRID         119,173       23      R 133,400
                                                   Mahoho 2             Mahohoho         GRID         123,252       20      R 116,000
       Mahoho              360            15       Mahohoho             Mahohoho         GRID         847,835      149      R 864,200
                                                   Mashiyalanga 1       Mahohoho         GRID         363,457       62      R 359,600
                                                   Mashiyalanga 3       KwaSandanezwe    GRID         107,340       31      R 179,800
                                                   Mashiyalanga 4       KwaSandanezwe    GRID         260,585       72      R 417,600

   Greater Kilimon        2000            16       Greater Kilimon                       GRID                     2,000           R0
    TOTAL GRID
     BACKLOG                                                                                                     13,701   R 68,626,116

                           57                      Creighton -                           GRID          69,825       57      R 304,836



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                        TOTAL                      AREA                 SUB PLACE       GRID/ NON                          PROJECT
PROJECT NAME            CONNECTIONS PRIOROTIES     DESCRIPTION          NAME            GRID        AREA M2 HOUSEHOLD         COST
                                                   Greenfields


 New Housing Projects       226                    Tarr's Valley                        GRID         276,850      226     R 1,374,228
                            286                    Donnybrook                           GRID         350,350      286     R 1,529,528
                            300                    Creighton 2                          GRID         367,500      300     R 1,604,400
TOTAL NEW HOUSING                                                                                                 869     R 4,812,992

     NON-GRID                95                    KwaMfene             Sikeshini       NON-GRID    6,534,993      95      R 332,500
                            1000                   Greater Kilmon       Amakhuze        NON-GRID                 1,000    R 4,500,000
    TOTAL GRID
     BACKLOG                                                                                                    13,701   R 68,262,116
  TOTAL NON-GRID
     BACKLOG                                                                                                     1,095     R 332,500
TOTAL NEW HOUSING                                                                                                 869     R 4,812,992
TOTAL INGWE LOCAL
   MUNICIPALITY                                                                                                 15,665   R 73,407,608




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9.1.5    Projects Implemented By Department Of Social Welfare and Population Development In The Sisonke District Municipality
         2005/06 Financial Year

        PROJECT NAME                                LOCALITY                                 BUDGET         PERMANENT JOBS
        Creches (32)                                Ingwe -04                                R93 000
        Shelter for Street Children -02             Ingwe - 01                               R392 375
        Care of the Elderly - Luncheon Clubs        Ingwe - 03                               R56 000
        Care of the people with disabilities - 01   Ingwe - 01                               R154 800       04 Auxilary Social workers
        To be funded 2006/07 -                      Ingwe - 02                               R377 400
                                                    Ingwe - 01                               R1 058 832
        To be funded 2006/07 -                      Ingwe - 01                               R1 231 20
        Protective Workshops - 02                   Ingwe - 02                               R201 700
        To be funded 2006/07 -                      Ingwe - 02                               R377 400
        HIV / AIDS - Drop in Centres - 04           Ingwe - 01                               R250 000
        To be funded 2006/07 - 02                   Ingwe                                    R250 000
        PAY POINT DEVELOPMENT                       Ingwe - 16 pay points                    NIL
        CAPITAL PROJECTS - To be funded
        2009/7                                      Ingwe - Erection of offices              R50 000
        POVERTY ALLEVIATION                         Ingwe - 12 projects in different wards   R194 813




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9.1.6   Projects Implemented By Department Of Agriculture and EA (Agric Section) In The Sisonke District Municipality 2005/06
        Financial Year

        Direct Transfer Projects
                                                                                                NO OF        NO OF
PROJECT NAME       LOCALITY PROJECT STATUS TOTAL BUDGET (R) EXPENDITURE              COMPLETION PERMANENT    TEMPORARY
                                                            TO DATE                  DATE       JOBS CREATED JOBS CREATED
Sizakancane        Ingwe                   95%                21800 16 350                   2006/03/31      12             2
Phaphamani         Ingwe                   95%                27000 13 500                   2006/03/31      17             5
Phezukhomkhono 1   Ingwe                   95%                52192 26 096                   2006/03/31       8             0
Phezukhomkhono 2   Ingwe                   95%                31500 23 625                   2006/03/31      11             0
Zamani             Ingwe                   95%                16500 16 500                   2006/03/31      12             3
Zibambele          Ingwe                   95%                22000 16 500                   2009/03/31       2             0
Amakhuze           Amakhuze             To Start            1047500 0 (Tender)               2006/03/31     137




        Concept Documents Submitted - No Funding Available As Yet
PROPOSED       LOCALITY            ESTIMATED          START DATE        COMPLETION       ESTIMATED NO OF ESTIMATED NO OF
PROJECT'S NAME                     BUDGET( R )                          DATE             PERMANENT JOBS TEMPORARY JOBS
                                                                                         TO BE CREATED     TO BE CREATED
Sukumani           Ingwe                      2377812 ?                 ?                               48                15
Nkwezela           Ingwe                      2763082 ?                 ?                              158               158
Isibovini          Ingwe                      4025292 ?                 ?                              120                40
Solokholo          Ingwe                       662610 ?                 ?                               20                 5
Masibumbane        Ingwe                       955281 ?                 ?                               10                 4
Owambeni           Ingwe                       521313 ?                 ?                               46                15




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9.1.7   Organogram

Refer to the attached doc




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9.2     Organisational PMS

9.2.1      KPI 1 Service Delivery and infrastructure development



        STRATEGIC
        OBJECTIVES                   PROJECT                           KPI                   BASELINE INDICATOR                     TARGET                        RESPONSIBILITY
1. To provide energy in a     1. Household                 No. of household          20% reduction of households      Rural community in ward 2-10        Technical Dept supported by MM,
Grid and a non-Grid area      elecctrification             electrified               electricity backlog                                                  DME and Eskom
                              2. Schools                   No. of Schools            20% reduction of Schools         All schools with access to bulk     Technical Dept supported by MM,
                              Electrification              electrified               electrification backlog          electricity                         DME, Dept Education and Eskom
                              3. Alternative Basic         No. of non-grid           50% of registered non-grid       entire ward 1 and a portion of      Technical Dept supported by MM,
                              Energy                       provided with             electricity indegents supplied   wards 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, and 9          DME and Eskom
                                                           alternative Basic         with alternative basic energy
                                                           energy
                              4. Urban electrification     Number of street lights   20% of the required street       Creighton, Donnybrook and           Technical Dept supported by MM,
                                                           installed                 lights installed by June 2007    Bulwer.                             DME and Eskom
                              5. In-fills (supplementary   No. of registered         Rural community in ward 2-10     Indigent customers on grid          Technical Dept supported by MM,
                              Electrification)             indegents receiving                                        energy                              DME and Eskom
                                                           FBS
                              6. Free Basic                No. of registered         Funding 20% of the beneficiary   100% expenditure of the             Ingwe
                              electricity                  indegents customers       list.                            allocated FBE allocation
                                                           receiving FBE
2. Provosion of solid waste   1. Landfill site             Demarcate/fenced          Constraction of landfill site    1. Forest industry, medical waste   Technical Dept supported by MM
management                                                 approved by                                                and indegent customer refuse        and Dept of environmental affairs
                                                           environment health                                         removal, general waste
                                                                                                                      customers, taxi and bus
                                                                                                                      communtors
                              2. Refuse removal            Removal of waste          Cleanliness and tidiness of      Residents of the town, indegent     Technical Dept supported by MM
                                                           twice a week in           town                             of the said towns, Taxi & Bus       and Dept of environmental affairs
                                                           Creighton,Donnybrook                                       ranks, commutors and
                                                           and Bulwer                                                 Business practioners




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3. Provision of environment   1. Parks and Recreation   1. Demarcation of the     Land scaping and development        Creighton, Donnybrook and          MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
management                                              sites and fancing as      of gaderns within the               Bulwer                             environmental Affairs and DTLGA
                                                        well as promalgating      demarcated area parks with          All communities and investors
                                                        the said areas in our     the plantation of trees and
                                                        lums                      landscaping
                                                        2. Putting up of signs
                                                        fpr parks & recreation
                              2. Cleanest Town /        Controlling of waste      .-Visibility of waste bins          All communities including          MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
                              General Up-keep           & dirt by having waste    .- Public usage                     investors                          environmental affairs and DLTGA
                                                        bins along the side of    .- Public awareness of the
                                                        the street, putting of    programme
                                                        signs allerting the       .- develop a policy and Law
                                                        public to keep the        enforcement of the
                                                        town clean and where      programme
                                                        to put the litter
                              3. Botanic Gaderns        1. Demarcation of the     .-approve of the site also          Tourist, environmental students,   MIG Technician, LED/Tourism
                                                        Botanic Gaderns area      integrating                         investros attraction and           Manager, Law-enforcement Unit,
                                                        2. Plantation of          .- protection of demarcated area    general public                     MM, Dept of environmental Affairs
                                                        specified of indiginous   by wildlife and Wetlands                                               Dept of Tourism and DTLGA
                                                        plants, integrated with   .- marketing of Boardwalk and
                                                        Eco-Tourism               Wetlands and Wildlife
4. Provision of Municipal     1. Access roads           No. of access roads       to appropriate a budget for roads   .-Rural communities                MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
Roads that serves the                                   constructed               to network with the Dept of         .-Reduction of roads backlog by    Transport, Dept of Public Works
socio-economic needs                                                              Transport in planning the           20% per annum                      and the District Municipality
                                                                                  eraction of roads
                              2. Storm water            No. of street in a town   Renovation storm water pipe         Creighton, Bulwer and              MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
                              Management                which are storm water     in roads and putting of new         Donnybrook                         Transport, Dept of Public Works
                                                        manage                    pipes
                              3. Bridges                Community Base            Design and construction of          Roads users, communtors,           MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
                                                        Plan bridges identified   bridges as per the community        schools children and community     Transport, Dept of Public Works
                                                        by community and          needs and addressing the            at large.
                                                        prioritized for           socio-economic needs and
                                                        construction              uplifment of the community




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                                4. Sidewalk               Prioritize street at      To implement the safety major     Pedistrian and Children              MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
                                                          which there is a need     of pedistrian by creating a                                            Transport, Dept of Public Works
                                                          for Sidewalk that need    sidewalk
                                                          to be constructed




        STRATEGIC
        OBJECTIVES                    PROJECT                        KPI                   BASELINE INDICATOR                      TARGET                         RESPONSIBILITY
                                                                                                                                                           MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
                                5.Signage and naming      Public participation in   1. Approvel of names by the                                            Transport
                                of Streets                naming the streets        council after the consultation
                                                                                    with the community and putting
                                                                                    them on a road network and to a
                                                                                    GIS System for Map purpose
                                                                                    and on poles per street
5 Provision os Housing to all   1. Middle income          Zoning of land for        Approval of site and the          Middle income eaners and those       MIG Technician, MM, Dept of
community of Ingwe namely       Housing                   Creighton, Bulwer and     construction of Middle Income     who can afford                       Housing
indegents, middle income,                                 Donnybrook for middle     Housing project and Marketing
poor household and wealth                                 income housing            them for the recipients
                                2. Low cost housing       Prioritized of low cost   approved by Dept of Housing       People that qualify within the       MIG Technician, MM and Dept of
                                                          housing project                                             national housing policy              Housing
                                3. Golf estate housing    Zone and                  Constraction of Golf estate       Golf players, wealthy people         Private developers, MM, and
                                                          demarcated                Housing                           and thos who can afford              Technical Dept
                                4. Rental stock housing   demarcated sites for      Approvel project by Dept of       Professional workers, Municipal      Technical Dep, Planning,MM, CFO
                                                          beneficiaries             Housing and its beneficiary       employee and private                 and Dept of Housing
                                                                                    list                              development employees
6. Provision of community       1. Community Hall         Identify a site for the   construction of the hall as per   Public and private users             MIG Technician, MM and Planning
facilities                                                construction of a hall    the need of the community
                                                          as per the need
                                2. Stadia                 demarcate the site as     approval of the site and constr   Public, Scholers, players,           Planner, Technician, CFO and MM
                                                          per the need of sports    of each and every stadium with    provincial and national federation




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                                            society                  support of federation in             programme organizers
                                                                     consultation with the Dept of
                                                                     Sport and Recreation
                     3. MPCC's              Dermacate the site as    approval of the site and constr      Public, Scholers, players,         Planner, Technician, CFO and MM
                                            per the need of the      of the MPCC, CDW's and               and general community
                                            community                ward committees
                     4. TACC                Prioritization,          Constr of the TACC with              Amakhosi, Community and            Planner, Technician, CFO, MM and
                                            Identification and       support of the Traditional Council   General public                     DTLGA
                                            demarcation of the       and the Dept of DTLGA
                                            site for the
                                            establishment of the
                                            TACC
                     5. Lums                Compiling of land        Town/Urban develoment plans          Creighton, Donnybrook and          Technician, Planner, MM and
                                            audit, land surveying    as well as rural areas               Bulwer                             DTLGA
                                            and strategic site and
                                            identification for the
                                            developmental growth
                     6. Spatial Framework   Zone town                GIS co-ordinator Map identifying     1.Bulwer, Creighton and            Planner, Technician, MM, DTLGA
                                            establishment areas      key developmental notes that is      Donnybrook-focused town            DPLG and office of the Presidency
                                            settlement Spatial       rural and urban node                 establishement
                                            spatial areas,
                                            Cemetary                                                      2. Rural node Kilmon, Hlanganani
                                            and other strategic                                           Masamini, Ntakama and Ncwadi
                                            areas




KPA 2 LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
      STRATEGIC
      OBJECTIVES           PROJECT                      KPI              BASELINE INDICATOR                            TARGET                        RESPONSIBILITY
1. Economic Growth   1. Bulwer Town         Zoning and marketing     1. Approval of the Mall              Private Sector, Public Sector,     Planner, Technician, CFO, MM,
                     establishment          of a Mall                establishment                        community business people          Environmental Affairs and
                                                                     2. Constr of the Mall by Private     unemployed, unskillled semi-       DTLGA
                                                                     uplift developers                    Skilled and Skilled




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                     2. Creighton Town       Zoning and marketing       1. Approval of the Mall              Private Sector, Public Sector,        Planner, Technician, CFO, MM,
                     Establishment           of a Mall                  establishment                        community business people             Environmental Affairs and
                                                                        2. Constr of the Mall by Private     unemployed, unskillled semi-          DTLGA
                                                                        uplift developers                    Skilled and Skilled
                     3. Donnybrook Town      Zoning and marketing       1. Approval of the Mall              Private Sector, Public Sector,        Planner, Technician, CFO, MM,
                     establishment           of a Mall                  establishment                        community business people             Environmental Affairs and
                                                                        2. Constr of the Mall by Private     Skilled, semi-skilled and             DTLGA
                                                                        uplift developers                    unskilled
                     4. Golf estate          1Zoning of the Golf site   Development of Housing estate        Private Sector, Public Sector,        Planner, Technician, CFO, MM,
                     Development             and Fields                 or Golf residents and investors      community business people             Environmental Affairs and
                                             2. Marketing of those                                           unemployed, unskillled semi-          DTLGA
                                             sites                                                           Skilled and Skilled
                                             LED and BBBEE
                     5. MIG Project          project                    Best procurement practices to        Private developers, experienced       MIG Technician, LED Manager,
                                                                                                                                                   Municipal Manager,DTLGA and
                     implementation          application for MIG        enhance LED and broad based          emerging contractor, SME's, Women     DPLG
                                             support                    economic provision on tenders        Led companies, Youth and
                                                                                                             Historical led companies
                                                                                                                                                   LED, Municipal Manager,
                     6. ASGISA               To capacitate Ingwe        Recapacitating and challenging       Private sectors, Emerging             Presidential
                                             Municipality staff and     the initiative back from the         contractors, Business practitioners   Office and Department of Economic
                                             Councillors on this        Municipality in order to come with                                         Affairs
                                             programme by               initiative that best suit the
                                             attending                  Municipality
                                             the ASGISA initiative
                                             held on the 21 June
                                             led by the Office of the
                                             Presidency
                     7. Arts and Culture     Designing and sending      Approved and funding of those        Private sectors, Emerging             Youth,Women, Disabled and
                     Investments programme   of project proposal on     project on ASGISA                    contractors, Business practitioners   Historically Disadvantaged
                     on ASGISA               the programme of Arts                                                                                 Communities
                                             and Culture
                     8. Establishment of     Assessment and             Approved the applications by the     Private sectors, Emerging             Youth,Women, Disabled and
                     Co-op                   grouping of individuals    Department of Economic Affairs       contractors, Business practitioners   Historically Disadvantaged
                                             into a co-oparative and                                                                               Communities
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                                              a co-op
                     9. Creighton station     Open advertisement        Approved best co-op/business           Suitable qualified business women     LED, CFO and Municipal Manager
                     coffee shop              within area of Ingwe      venture owned by women within          within Ingwe Municipality
                                              to identify suitable      supply chain management system
                                              qualified women to run    to run the coffee shop
                                              the Municipal coffee
                                              shop on a five year
                                              contract who shall own
                                              the coffee shop for the
                                              said period and receive
                                              income there on
                     10. Alternative Energy   Creative BEE / LED        Approved local business people         Disabled                              LED, CFO and Municipal Manager
                     Supply                   provision for local       to supply alternative energy
                                              suppliers on the          products for the distribution of
                                              alternative energy        energy within the area of Ingwe
                                                                        Municipality
                     11. LED Capacity         Practically orientated    Creating a common                      Cllrs, Amakhosi, Ward Committee,      LED Manager, MM, DTLGA and
                                              LED training
                     Building                 programme                 understanding by LED and               CDW's, Staff, Business                DPLG
                                              identified or output      new LED understand by Cllrs,           Practitioners, SMME's Women in
                                              driven LED programme      Staff, CDW's, Amakhosi and             business and Youth in business
                                              identified by end of      Ward Committee
                                              .August 2006
                     12. Tourism Initiative   Development and           1. Enhancing revenue on tourism        Tourist, local and entire tourist,    LED, MM AND CFO
                                              upgrading of the          destination                            tertiary students, High School
                                              current Shayamoya         2. Marketing the Shayamoya train       Students, Primary Sstudents and
                                              train                     as part of KZN initiative on tourism   general public
                                                                        brand
                                                                        Approval of licencing and permit
                                                                        of rail usage
                     13. King Shaka Train     Preparing business        Approval finance to finance            South African tourism rail            LED, CFO, MM, Dept of Ecomonic
                                              plans/ proposal for       the train initiative and signing       practitioners, tourists, SA tourism   Affairs, Dept of Public Enterprise,
                                              finance the King Shaka    agreement with Shongololo              asssociation, internal tourists,      Transnet and Spoornet
                                              Train initiative as the   express                                local businesses, Private and




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                                             brand for KZN and rest                                          Public communities
                                             of South Africa and
                                             rail tourism
                                             Zoning and
                     14. Donnybrook/Bulwer   identification             Approval of fuel station by Sasol    Taxi association, Private         LED Manager, Planner, MM, Dept of
                     taxi association fuel   of site in Donnybrook                                           developers, road users, general   Public Enterprise, DME, DPLG,
                     station                 for an intergrated fuel                                         public, unemployed, youth,        Dept of Transport, Environmental
                                             station/battery enterely                                        women and disabled                Affairs and Dept of Tourism
                                             center, car wash and
                                             workshop services
                     15. Glenmaize/Clifton   Preparing of the           1.Purchasing of forums for           Disadvantaged communities         LED Manager, Planner, Technicial,
                     Housing                 feasibility study for an   settlement purposes                  striken by porvery in farming     MM, DOH, DTLGA, Environmental
                                             LED/Poverty Alliviation    2. Purchasing of farm for forestry   areas presisely Clifton and       Affairs, Agriculture, DPLG, Sisonke
                                             housing project            industrials as well as for farming   Glenmaize community               and Land Affairs
                                                                        opurposes




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           9.3    Land Use Management System

                   Land Use & Zone Table


         LAND USES                                                                                                                         TABLE B: ZONES
√ = Free Entry Use
▲= Special Consent




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Quarrying & mining
● = Development Permit




                                                                                                                                                                                                            Utilities & Services
                                                                                Health & Welfare
                              Residential 1 & 2




Χ = Prohibited




                                                                                                                                                                                          Service Station
                                                                                                                            Conservation
Note: Any land use not




                                                                                                                                             Government
                                                  Residential 3




                                                                                                               Open Space
                                                                  Agriculture

classified under the


                                                                                                   Education




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Transport
                                                                                                                                                          Business




                                                                                                                                                                                Worship
                                                                                                                                                                     Industry




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Railway
definitions in Table A, may
be considered on its merits
by Special Consent.
Agricultural Building         √                   √               √             ▲                  ●           ▲            ▲                ●            √          √          ▲         X                 X                      X           ●         √
Agricultural Industry         X                   X               ▲             X                  X           X            X                ▲            ▲          ●          X         X                 X                      ▲           X         X
Agricultural Land             √                   √               √             √                  ●           ▲            ▲                ●            √          √          √         X                 X                      X           ●         √
Art and Crafts Workshop       ●                   ●               ●             ▲                  ▲           X            X                ●            √          √          X         ●                 X                      X           ●         X
Bed &                         ●                   ●               ▲             ▲                  ●           X            X                X            √          ●          X         X                 X                      X           ▲         X
Breakfast/Guesthouse
Bus and Taxi Rank             X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                √            ▲          √          X         X                 X                      √           X         X
Chalet                        ▲                   ●               ▲             X                  X           X            X                ●            √          ▲          X         X                 X                      X           X         X
Commercial Workshop           X                   X               ▲             X                  X           X            X                ▲            √          √          X         ▲                 ▲                      ▲           ▲         ▲
Community Facility            ▲                   ▲               ▲             √                  ●           ▲            X                √            √          ●          √         X                 X                      X           X         X
Crèche                        ●                   ●               ●             ●                  ▲           ▲            X                ▲            √          √          ●         X                 X                      X           X         X
Dwelling Unit                 √                   √               √             ●                  √           ▲            X                √            √          √          √         ●                 ●                      ●           ●         ●
Educational Building          ▲                   ▲               ▲             √                  √           ▲            ▲                √            √          X          √         X                 X                      X           X         X
Extractive Industry           X                   X               ▲             X                  X           X            X                X            X          X          X         X                 X                      X           X         ▲
Funeral Parlour               X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                X            ▲          ▲          X         X                 X                      X           X         X
General Industry              X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                X            ▲          ●          X         X                 X                      X           X         X



           PREPARED BY INGWE MUNICIPALITY ASSISTED BY ISIBUKO SE-AFRICA AND TEZA                                                                                     JUNE 2006
           INGWE IDP                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          84



         LAND USES                                                                                                                         TABLE B: ZONES
√ = Free Entry Use
▲= Special Consent




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Quarrying & mining
● = Development Permit




                                                                                                                                                                                                            Utilities & Services
                                                                                Health & Welfare
                              Residential 1 & 2
Χ = Prohibited




                                                                                                                                                                                          Service Station
                                                                                                                            Conservation
Note: Any land use not




                                                                                                                                             Government
                                                  Residential 3




                                                                                                               Open Space
                                                                  Agriculture
classified under the




                                                                                                   Education




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Transport
                                                                                                                                                          Business




                                                                                                                                                                                Worship
                                                                                                                                                                     Industry




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Railway
definitions in Table A, may
be considered on its merits
by Special Consent.
Home Business                 ●                   ●               ●             X                  X           X            X                ●            √          √          ●         X                 X                      X           X         X
Informal Trade Area           X                   X               ●             ●                  X           ▲            X                ●            ●          ▲          X         X                 X                      ●           ●         X
Institution                   ▲                   ▲               ▲             √                  ▲           X            X                ▲            ▲          ▲          ▲         X                 X                      X           X         X
Laundrette                    X                   ●               X             ▲                  ▲           X            X                X            √          √          X         X                 X                      ▲           X         X
Light Industry                X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                X            ▲          √          X         ▲                 X                      X           ▲         ▲
Medium Density Housing        ▲                   ▲               X             ▲                  ▲           X            X                ▲            ▲          X          X         X                 X                      X           X         X
Municipal Purpose             ●                   ●               ●             ▲                  ●           ▲            ▲                √            √          √          X         ▲                 √                      ▲           ▲         X
Noxios Trade or Industry      X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                X            X          X          X         X                 X                      X           X         X
Office Building               X                   X               X             ▲                  X           X            X                ▲            √          X          ▲         ▲                 ▲                      ▲           ▲         ▲
Place of worship              ▲                   ▲               ●             ▲                  ▲           X            X                ▲            ●          X          √         ▲                 X                      X           X         X
Private Recreational Area     ●                   ●               ●             ●                  ●           ▲            X                ●            ●          X          ▲         ▲                 X                      X           ▲         X
Public Building               X                   X               X             ●                  ▲           X            X                √            √          ▲          X         ▲                 ▲                      ▲           ▲         X
Recreational Building         ▲                   ▲               X             ●                  ●           ▲            X                √            √          X          ▲         ▲                 X                      X           X         X
Residential Building          ▲                   √               X             ▲                  ▲           X            X                ▲            ▲          ▲          X         X                 X                      X           X         X
Restaurant                    X                   X               X             ▲                  X           ▲            X                X            √          X          X         ▲                 X                      ▲           ▲         X
Scrap yard                    X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                X            ▲          ▲          X         X                 X                      X           X         X
Service Industry              X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                ●            √          √          X         ▲                 ▲                      ▲           ▲         ▲
Service Station               X                   X               ▲             X                  X           X            X                ▲            ▲          ▲          X         √                 X                      X           X         X
Shop                          X                   X               X             X                  X           X            X                X            √          ▲          X         ▲                 ▲                      X           X         X
Spaza Shop                    ▲                   ▲               ●             ●                  X           X            X                ●            √          ●          X         ●                 X                      X           X         X
Tavern                        ▲                   ▲               ▲             X                  X           X            X                ●            √          ●          X         X                 X                      X           ▲         X
Umuzi                         ●                   ●               ●             X                  X           X            X                X            X          X          X         X                 X                      X           X         X



           PREPARED BY INGWE MUNICIPALITY ASSISTED BY ISIBUKO SE-AFRICA AND TEZA                                                                                     JUNE 2006
           INGWE IDP                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          85



         LAND USES                                                                                                                         TABLE B: ZONES
√ = Free Entry Use
▲= Special Consent




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Quarrying & mining
● = Development Permit




                                                                                                                                                                                                            Utilities & Services
                                                                                Health & Welfare
                              Residential 1 & 2
Χ = Prohibited




                                                                                                                                                                                          Service Station
                                                                                                                            Conservation
Note: Any land use not




                                                                                                                                             Government
                                                  Residential 3




                                                                                                               Open Space
                                                                  Agriculture
classified under the




                                                                                                   Education




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Transport
                                                                                                                                                          Business




                                                                                                                                                                                Worship
                                                                                                                                                                     Industry




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Railway
definitions in Table A, may
be considered on its merits
by Special Consent.
Warehouse                     X                   X               ▲             X                  X           X            X                X            ▲          √          X         X                 X                      X           ▲         X




           PREPARED BY INGWE MUNICIPALITY ASSISTED BY ISIBUKO SE-AFRICA AND TEZA                                                                                     JUNE 2006

								
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