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					NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT
       MUNICIPALITY




INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN
          2007-2011
                             EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


The Integrated Development Plan (IDP) is a pathway to sustainable development in
South Africa. Since the 1994 democratic elections, the responsibilities of local
government have expanded enormously and emphasis has been placed on the
developmental role of local government. One of the major challenges facing local
government has been to address the inequalities and inefficiencies resulting from the
legacies of past policies and planning processes. The IDP of the Central District
Municipality will be one of the key tools the municipality will use to tackle its
constitutionally mandated developmental role. In contrast to the role planning has
played in the past, integrated development planning is now seen as a function of
municipal management, as part of an integrated system of planning and service
delivery. The IDP process is meant to arrive at decisions on issues such as municipal
budgets, land management, promotion of local economic development and
institutional transformation in a consultative, systematic and strategic manner. The
IDP Plans, however, will not only inform the municipal management, they are also
supposed to guide the activities of any agency from the other spheres of
government, corporate service providers, NGOs and the private sector within the
municipal areas. The local path to sustainable development is thus intertwined with
its local governance system that expresses local developmental action in building
partnerships and addressing development issues in innovative and effective ways.

The IDP will also sustain efforts to improve service delivery, provide jobs and
support local economic development. In an area such as the CDM, where
unemployment is high, the IDP is seen as the developmental framework for
sustainable growth. The IDP is also a guideline for the various service departments
assisting with organised planning in line with the vision of the IDP. This process will
also include the “Batho Pele” principles as captured in the “Batho Pele White Paper,”
which will ensure that service delivery to communities will be done in a cost
effective manner and with the full participation of the communities involved.

Both political and administration practitioners must work in unison to ensure
improved service delivery and poverty alleviation through the IDP. The IDP provides
the framework for many of the District Municipalities decisions, such as on
infrastructure, the environment, financial management, HIV/AIDS and many other
services. The IDP is reviewed annually taking into cognisance new information,
which might come through and also changes in circumstances within the Municipal
areas. This relates also to assessing the municipality’s performance against
organisation objectives as well as implementation delivery. The Annual IDP review is
also a legislative requirement according to the Municipal Systems Act of 2000,
section 34.

The municipal district area of jurisdiction of the Central District Municipality includes
the District Management Area and the five local municipalities of Mafikeng,
Ditsobotla, Ratlou, Tswaing, and Ramotshere Moiloa. Each of the above-mentioned
local municipalities is expected to revolve its own planning process around the
development of an Integrated Development Plan, which will be a comprehensive plan
for development of the local municipal area. The following main components are
included: Long-term developmental vision of the municipality with a special emphasis


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placed on the municipality’s most critical developmental needs; an assessment of
existing level of socio-economic development including identification of communities;
spatial developmental framework which guides the way in which the physical area
will be developed; the development and operational strategies for realising the
municipal development objectives; the design and specification of projects for
implementation; and the integration phase which ensures that the projects
identified are in line with the municipalities’ objectives and strategies, the resource
framework and comply with the legal requirements.

Since January 2007 the Central District Municipality IDP team has been involved in
the process of consultations with various communities, community based
organisations, the five local municipalities, government sector departments, business
and other stakeholders. Through these all-inclusive interactions the process
produced this comprehensive Integrated Development Plan (IDP) for the district.
The district’s IDP identified several basic priorities for service delivery which are:
access to water and sanitation; sustainable energy; roads and public transport; health
services; welfare services; education services; sports, arts, recreational and cultural
services; emergency services; environmental management and economic
development.

The consultative process with different stakeholders through various participatory
mechanisms such as focus group discussions has reaffirmed that the priority areas
identified in the previous IDP processes are still vital, with varying emphasis on
implementation on other areas where service delivery could have been delayed due
to one or other hindrances. The consultative process will shape the CDM and its
local municipalities’ reprioritisation of service delivery projects without shifting of
emphasis.

We take this opportunity to thank all stakeholders who joined the IDP team in the
struggle to deliver basic services and development to the communities. Further that
the service communities are encouraged to continuously interact and participate in
activities of the municipality to ensure their contributions add value to the socio-
economic development of the district population. The IDP must not be seen as
perfect, because there are daily new issues that will become challenges and must be
incorporated in the process. Gaps and shortcomings left due to time and other
constraints will have to be addressed to make the plan a wholesome strategic tool
for a developmental local government. It will also require getting away from well-
established bureaucratic procedures of providing pre-determined standard solutions,
but moving to a developmental mindset and an attitude of searching out better
options and of taking choices.




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                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ...........................................................................................ii
TABLE OF CONTENTS..............................................................................................iv
LIST OF TABLES........................................................................................................vi
LIST OF FIGURES .....................................................................................................vii
LIST OF MAPS ..........................................................................................................viii
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS........................................................................................x
1. INTRODUCTION .....................................................................................................1
   1.1 Background ......................................................................................................1
   1.2     Preparatory process ......................................................................................2
   1.2.1 Institutional arrangements/ roles and responsibilities ......................................2
   1.2.2 Legal Framework for Integrated Development Planning .............................4
   1.2.4 Lessons from Previous IDP Assessments .........................................................5
   1.2.5 MEC’s relating to The Previous IDP .................................................................6
   1.2.6 IDP Review Process ..........................................................................................9
   1.2.6 Stakeholders and Benefits of the Process....................................................13
   1.3     Description of the Central District Municipality (CDM) ............................14
   1.4 IDP Review Process.........................................................................................15
2.0 ANALYSIS PHASE ..............................................................................................17
   2.1 Socio- Demographic Characteristics .................................................................17
   2.2    Infrastructure ...............................................................................................37
2.3       Current Spatial Reality of the Central District Municipality .......................70
   2.3.1    Settlement Patterns and Urban Hierarchy................................................70
   2.3.2 Spatial Land Use and Environmental Aspects..............................................73
   2.3.3 Mining Development .......................................................................................84
   2.3.4 Environmental Considerations........................................................................86
   2.3.5 Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources .................................................123
   2.3.5.1      Cultural and heritage resources ........................................................123

2.4 Corporate analysis................................................................................................134
   2.4.1 Accommodation............................................................................................134
   2.4.2 Assets, Property and Equipments .................................................................134
   2.4.3 Information Technology System ...................................................................134
   2.4.4 Accounting Billing and Finances ....................................................................135
   2.4.5 Legal Matters.................................................................................................135
   2.4.6 Budgeting.......................................................................................................135
   2.4.7 Public Awareness Campaign .........................................................................136
   2.4.8 Human Resources .........................................................................................136
   2.4.9 Departmental Policies ...................................................................................137
3.0 STRATEGIES PHASE........................................................................................138
4.0        PROJECTS PHASE......................................................................................154
5. INTEGRATION PHASE.......................................................................................510

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   5.1 Waste Management Plan ...............................................................................510
   5.2 Five (5) year LED Plan ...................................................................................511
   5.3 Integrated Environmental Programme.............................................................512
   5.4     Integrated HIV/AIDS Programme ..............................................................518
   5.5     Disaster Management Plan.........................................................................518
   5.6 Integrated Local Economic Development Programme ...................................518
   5.7 Integrated Poverty Reduction and Gender Equity ..........................................518
   5.8 Integrated Monitoring and Performance Management System .......................519
   5.9 Five Year Operational Business Plans..............................................................529

Bibliography ..............................................................................................................531




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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1.1: Number of wards and ward committee members per local municipality .14
Table 1.2: Summary of the different phases of Public Participation Process ..............16
Table 2.1: Estimated Population Distribution per Local Municipality in the CDM
     (2006) ...................................................................................................................17
Table 2.2: Distribution of Household Sizes in the CDM.............................................19
Table 2.3: Gender Composition and Distribution in Local Municipalities of CDM....20
Table 2.4: Age Distribution of the Population in the CDM ........................................23
Table 2.5: Distribution of the Levels of Education in the CDM..................................25
Table 2.6: North West Province and National HIV Prevalence Trends.....................34
Table 2.7: Access of Households in the CDM to Water Services..............................40
Table 2.8: Level of Sanitation Services in CDM...........................................................42
Table 2.9: Refuse Removal Services in the CDM ........................................................44
Table 2.10: Sources of Energy for Lighting in CDM ....................................................48
Table 2.11: Classification and Number of Households in the CDM...........................52
Table 2.12: Number of rooms per dwelling/household in the CDM..........................56
Table 2.13: Access to Telephone Services by Households in the CDM.....................58
Table 2.14: Mode of Transport in the CDM ...............................................................61
Table 2.15: Education Facilities in Central District Municipality .................................62
Table 2.16: Health Facilities in the Central District Municipality................................64
Table 2.17: Status of the Labour Force in CDM .........................................................65
Table 2.18: Distribution of Population in industry groups within the CDM ..............66
Table 2.19: Occupational Structure in the CDM ........................................................68




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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1.1: Overview of the IDP Process ....................................................................10
Figure 2.1: Population distribution in CDM by gender, 2006 .....................................21
Figure 2.2: Population pyramid for Central District Municipality, 2006 .....................24
Figure 2.3: Education level by municipality, 2006 ........................................................29
Figure 2.4: Household Income per local municipality, 2006 .......................................30
Figure 2.5: Unemployment Rate per municipality, 2006 .............................................34
Figure 2.6: Population with disability per local municipality, 2006..............................35
Figure 2.7: Population with disability in CDM, 2006 ...................................................36
Figure 2.8: Water supply per local municipality, 2006 ................................................39
Figure 2.9: Toilet facility per local municipality, 2006 .................................................43
Figure 2.10: Refuse removal services in CDM, 2006...................................................45
Figure 2.11: Energy Usage per local municipality ........................................................50
Figure 2.12: Classification and number of households per local municipality.............53
Figure 2.13: Access to telephone facilities by households in CDM ............................59
Figure 2.14: Educational facilities in CDM ...................................................................63




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LIST OF MAPS

Map 1: The Locality of the CDM ...............................................................................15
Map 2: Percentage of population in rural and urban areas in CDM (2006) ................18
Map 3: Gender Ratio per local municipality (2006) ....................................................22
Map 4: The distribution of attended secondary education per local municipality (2006)
    ..............................................................................................................................26
Map 5: The distribution of completed higher education per local municipality (2006)
    ..............................................................................................................................28
Map 6: Percentage Distribution of unemployed Population per local municipality
    (2006)...................................................................................................................33
Map 7: A Map showing percentage of population with no disability in CDM, 2006 .37
Map 8: Percentage distribution of toilet facilities per local municipality (2006) ........44
Map 9: Percentage of Households with formal refuse removal per local municipality
    (2006)...................................................................................................................46
Map 10: Percentage of Households with no formal refuse removal per local
    municipality (2006)..............................................................................................47
Map 11: Percentage of households using candle for lighting per local municipality
    (2006)...................................................................................................................49
Map 12: Percentage of households per local municipality using electricity for lighting
    (2006)...................................................................................................................51
Map 13: Percentage distribution of households with informal dwellings/backyard
    rooms (Mikuku) per local municipality (2006) ...................................................54
Map 14: A Map showing percentage of population living in informal dwellings in
    CDM (2006).........................................................................................................57
Map 15: Percentage Distribution of households with no Telephone/Cell phone per
    local Municipality (2006) ....................................................................................60
Map 16: Settlement Patterns in CDM..........................................................................72
Map 17: Land Use Patterns in the CDM......................................................................74
Map 18: Land Ownership Patterns in the CDM ..........................................................77
Map 19: Mining Activities in the CDM.......................................................................85
Map 20: Main Soil Types in the CDM ........................................................................88
Map 21: Water Boards in the CDM.............................................................................90
Map 22: The Primary Catchment Area in the CDM....................................................92
Map 23: Secondary Catchment Area in the CDM .......................................................93
Map 24: Location of Rivers and Dams in the CDM....................................................95
Map 25: The spatial distribution of the ground water potential in the CDM ..............97
Map 26: Spatial Distribution of Sanitation Projects in the CDM ..............................100
Map 27: Spatial Distribution of Electricity Supply Network in the CDM ................101
Map 28: Transport Infrastructure in the CDM...........................................................105
Map 29: The spatial Distribution of International and Inter-Regional Roads in the
    CDM, 2006 ........................................................................................................106
Map 30: Spatial Distribution of Health infrastructure in the CDM, 2006 .................117
Map 31: Spatial Distribution of Health Related Projects, 2006.................................118
Map 32: The Location of Schools in the CDM, 2006................................................120
Map 33: The geographical distribution of educational projects related to education
    within CDM, 2006 .............................................................................................121
Map 34: Cultural Amenities in the CDM, 2006 ........................................................123
Map 35: The spatial distribution of protected areas in the CDM, 2006 ....................127


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Map 36: Habitat of the CDM, 2006 ...........................................................................131
Map 37: Critically Important Areas in the CDM, 2006.............................................132
Map 38: Bush Encroachment within the CDM, 2006................................................133




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                       LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS


AIDS:        Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
BWS:         Bulk Water Scheme
CAPEX:       Capital Expenditure
CBO:         Community Based Organisation
CDM:         Central District Municipality
CDPWP:       Community Based Public Works Programme
CMIP:        Consolidated Municipal Infrastructure Programme
DFA:         Development Facilitation Act
DPLG:        Department of Local Government
DWAF:        Department of Water Affairs & Forestry
EMS:         Environmental Management Systems
GAP:         Gender Advocacy Programme
GIS:         Geographical Information System
HIV:         Human Immuno-deficiency Virus
IDP:         Integrated Development Plan
IWMP:        Integrated Waste Management Plan
LBSC:        Local Business Service Centre
LED:         Local Economic Development
LM:          Local Municipality
MIG:         Municipal Infrastructure Grant
MIIU:        Municipal Investment Infrastructure Unit
MSA:         Municipal System Act
NEMA:        National Environmental Management Act
NGO:         Non-Governmental Organisation
NHRA:        National Heritage Resources Act
NSOER        National State of the Environment Report
NWP:         North West Programme
NWSDZP:      North West Spatial Development and Zonal Programme
NWRMP        North West Roads Master Plan
OPEX:        Operational Expenditure
PMS:         Performance Management System
RDP:         Reconstruction & Development Programme
RED          Regional Electricity Distributors
RWS:         Regional Water Scheme
SADC: Southern Africa Development Community
SALGA:       South African Local Government Association
SDF:         Spatial Development Framework
SDI:         Spatial Development Initiatives
SMME: Small Medium & Micro Enterprise
STW:         Sewerage Treatment Works
VCI:         Visual Condition Index
VIP:         Ventilated Improved Pit Latrine




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1. INTRODUCTION



1.1   Background
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, together with chapter 5 of the
Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000) had a substantial impact on the
traditional role of Local Governments. In addition to providing municipal services,
municipalities must (by law) now lead, manage and plan for development through a
process of Integrated Development Planning. Municipalities are inter alias co-
responsible to eradicate poverty, boost local economic development, creating jobs
and generally to promote the process of reconstruction and development.


The White Paper on Local Government (The Ministry for Provincial Affairs and
Constitutional Development, 1998) pointed to the need for developing a range of
tools and processes intended to change the nature of planning for local development
to become more inclusive and participatory at the local level. Therefore, the
Integrated Development Planning (IDP) is a process through which municipalities
prepare a strategic development plan, for a five-year period. IDP is a principal
strategic planning instrument, which guides and informs all planning, budgeting,
management and decision-making in a municipality. It recognizes the challenges of
promoting this participatory process by highlighting the need to move from a
politically and institutionally barren environment to one that recognizes the roles of
communities and other stakeholders, as well as politicians. The IDP is intended to
integrate the economic, social, institutional and financial dimensions of government
to provide sustainability, equity and the empowerment of the poor (Planact, 1999).


To achieve this, it is essential that local government capacity be achieved by
introducing the necessary planning techniques, management skills, effective
administrative systems and promoting improved relations with various stakeholders
including traditional leadership (Mogale, 2000). In addition, various other approaches
to service delivery, including partnerships with other role players, for example,
NGOs, civil society organizations and the private sector, should be made to assist in
the process (Department of Constitutional Development, 1998). This requirement


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of the Constitution also focuses on promoting the participation of women and other
marginalized groups such as the disabled in development planning processes, projects
and leadership positions of local government. Public participation in integrated
development planning processes is a constitutional and legislative requirement. It is
on the basis of this that the Municipal Systems Act (South African Government
Gazette, 2000) emphasizes that municipalities must create conditions for residents
and communities and other stakeholders in the municipality to participate in the
local affairs that take into account the special needs of:
      People who cannot read or write;
      People with disabilities; and
      Other disadvantaged groups including women and minorities.


There are a number of Key Development Principles that are embedded within the
overall Integrated Development Planning Process. The principles are mainly focused
around the need to eradicate the development legacy of the past, to make the notion
of developmental local government work and to foster co-operative governance.
These principles are reflected in various policy and legal frameworks, which include
Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) Plan (1994), the Constitution
(1996), UN Millennium goals (2000), NW Growth and Development Plan (2004) and
ASGISA (2005). These constitute the principles of IDP:

1.2      Preparatory process

1.2.1 Institutional arrangements/ roles and responsibilities


Municipal development planning in the new democratic South Africa of today must
ensure the utilization of scarce resources in a situation of great need expressed by
many different parties not ignoring the fact that decisions within the IDP process are
politically inspired. Upon devotion to this principle the following institutional
arrangements of the relevant roles and responsibilities are indicative to the IDP
process in the Central District Municipality: The following diagrams indicate the
organizational arrangements for the Comprehensive District IDP process within the
Central District Municipality (Diagram 1).




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 Diagram 1: Organizational arrangements for the Comprehensive District
 IDP process within the Central District Municipality


                                        COUNCIL

                 Function: Final approval of Process and Products




                 MAYORAL COMMITTEE

                 Function: Mandate the process and provide political
                 guidance to the process.



                                MUNICIPAL MANAGER
 PIMS                               (IDP MANAGER)
                 Function: To manage the IDP process and provide
CENTRE
                 technical support.



                                                         IDP REPRESENTATIVE FORUM
  IDP STEERING COMMITTEE                                             (DISTRICT)
                (DISTRICT)                               Function: Continued involvement in
  Function: Strategic driver of the IDP as               putting to planning process, programme
  key strategic planning and management tool             and project prioritising, budgeting and IDP
  of the District Municipality                           monitoring.




                                                             •   Mafikeng Local Municipality
                                                                 Ditsobotla Local Municipality
    PROJECT                 FUNCTIONAL                       •   Ratlou Municipality
   TASK TEAMS               SPECIALISTS                      •   Tswaing Municipality
                                                             •   Ramotshere Moiloa Local
                                                                 Municipality
                                                             •   District Management Area




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1.2.2     Legal Framework for Integrated Development Planning
        In terms of Section 27 of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000, and Section 84 (1)
        (a) of the Municipal Structures Act, 1998, district municipalities are compelled
        to adopt a district framework for integrated development planning for the
        district as a whole. The district framework must be developed jointly with all
        the other municipalities of the district and is binding on both district and local
        municipalities. The district IDP must be aligned with the district framework and
        the other IDP processes in the district.


        The IDP process is an implementation-orientated planning process, which
        requires becoming quite specific in terms of quantities, quality, responsibilities,
        location time and cost to make sure delivery will take place. For instance, each
        of the five local municipalities of the Central District Municipality will revolve
        their own planning process around the development of an Integrated
        Development Plan, which will be a comprehensive plan for development of the
        local area of the municipality. The following components will be included:


        • Long-term vision

             Every municipal council must outline its vision for the long-term
             development of the municipal area and special emphasis must be placed
             on the municipality’s most critical development needs.

        • Assessment of existing level of development

             Each municipality will carry out an assessment of the existing level of
             development in its local area.         This assessment must include the
             identification of communities, which do not have access to adequate basic
             services. The Constitution says that municipalities have a developmental
             duty to prioritise meeting the needs of these disadvantaged communities.

        • Development priorities

             Each municipal council should set out its development priorities in the
             IDP and these priorities should be consistent with the municipal council’s


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          long-term development vision. The need for social and economic
          advancement of disadvantaged sections of the community must be
          considered when formulating development priorities.

     • Development objectives

          The development objectives of each municipality must also be set out in
          the municipality’s IDP and must include specific details of the priority
          development programs and projects to be implemented during the
          municipal council’s elected term.

     • Development and operational strategies

          Municipal councils need to formulate operational and development
          strategies to realise their development objectives.

     • Spatial framework

          Each municipality must also include a spatial development framework for
          the municipal area that will guide the way in which the physical area will
          be developed.


     The Integrated Development Planning process of the Central District
     Municipality must be seen as the primary tool to achieve the developmental
     objectives of Council and to help other relevant role players to plan better and
     effectively in the implementation of their plans in the municipal area. This
     process will also include the “Batho Pele” principles as captured in the “Batho
     Pele White Paper” which will ensure that service delivery to communities will
     be done in a cost effective manner and with the full participation of the
     communities involved.




1.2.3 Lessons from Previous IDP Assessments
Human resource capacity including supporting infrastructure was one of the major
identified constraints for socio-economic development in all sectors and local
municipalities in the CDM. This problem has led to limited implementation of various

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projects identified in the previous IDP’s. Any viable and sustainable development
initiative and project in future need to incorporate human resource development.



1.2.4 MEC’s relating to The Previous IDP


The last review of the first Municipal Integrated Development Plan adopted in 2002

was finalized during May 2005, where after it was adopted by Council and submitted

during June to the Department of Developmental Local Government and Housing

for assessment purposes. The assessment report from the Department of

Developmental Local Government and Housing was dispatched to the various Local

Municipalities on 27th November 2006.

The assessment report made a number of specific recommendations regarding the

contents of the IDPs of the local municipalities in the CDM on the existing level of

development plan on Primary Health Care, Youth Development Plan, Disaster

Management Plan, Performance Management System, Local Economic Development,

Financial Management and budget transformation and road issues, spatial

development framework/Land Use Management System as well as alignment to

NSDP and PDGS.

The key findings of the assessment report include:

Existing level of development.

The assessment report recommended that:

The CDM and its local municipalities must have an in-depth analysis of the backlogs

to ensure that strategies are relevant and accountability is enforced.

Primary Health Care (PHC)




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The local municipalities should take note that the District is required to prepare a

District Health Plan, which must contain health information from the local

municipalities.

Youth Development.

The local municipalities should engage the District municipality to enhance

communication with regional office of Social Development to address the need for

establishment for youth councils.

Disaster Management Plan.

The report recommended that:

The local municipalities liaise with the district to complete their Disaster

Management Plans.

Local Economic Development

The report also recommends:

The local municipalities should draft the LED strategy where local economic profile

of the municipality will be displayed. That profile should be included in the IDP.

Transportation plan and roads

The local municipalities should develop Integrated Transport Plans in consultation

with the Department of Transport, Roads and Community Safety.

Performance Management System

The local municipalities should develop draft Performance Management Policy

frameworks; align strategic objectives with the priorities of the IDP.

The following generic recommendations were made for the municipality:



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Financial Management and Budget

The report found and recommended that:

The information contained in the budgets or financial parts of the submitted IDPs

failed to indicate existence of the following financial policies or strategies: Supply

Chain Management, Debt Collection Policy, Billing and Debt Management System.

The CDM and its local municipalities must ensure that sufficient skilled personnel are

brought on board to carry out related duties.

Spatial Development Framework/Land Management System

The local municipalities have updated spatial development framework, with

assistance received from Finnish Project. But environmental information contained in

the submitted IDP documents did not indicate how the municipalities and CDM in

general is responding to air quality, biodiversity, water resources, national targets on

waste management, and forestry.

Alignment to NSDP and PGDS

Although the local municipalities and CDM in general, reflected sound knowledge of

these guiding documents, they did not reflect how their grand principles are

applicable in their specific areas of jurisdiction. The municipalities did not also

provide existing relations or inter-municipal structures that are in existence within

which they participate to pursue development issues of common interests. The

report further recommended that alignment to NSDP and PGDS by the municipality

should be explicitly reflected.




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1.2.6 IDP Review Process
The Integrated Development Plan (IDP) is reviewed annually taking into cognisance
new information, which might come through and also changes in circumstances
within the Municipal areas. This relates also to assessing the municipality’s
performance against organisation objectives as well as implementation delivery. The
Annual IDP review is also a legislative requirement. The Municipal Systems Act of
2000, section 34 indicates that a Municipal council:

(a) must review its integrated development plan-

           I. Annually in accordance with an assessment of its performance
              measurements in terms of section 4 I, and
           II. To the extent that changing circumstances so demand.
(b) may amend its integrated development plan in accordance with a prescribed
process.


Normally, the IDP review process involves five critical phases, namely, the analysis,
strategies, the project, integration and approval phases.    Figure 1 depicts these
processes.




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Figure 1.1: Overview of the IDP Process




      Phase 1: Analysis

             Compiling existing data                                           Meeting with community
                                                                                   and stakeholder
                                                                                   representatives
                                              Agreeing on Priority
                                                    Issues
              Analysing the content
                of priority issues

      Phase 2: Strategies


                    Agreeing on                                                 Considering relevance
               vision and objectives                                              and application of
                                           Debate and decision-making            policy guidelines in
                                            on appropriate strategies               local context


      Phase 3: Projects                    Formulation of project proposals



      Phase 4:Integration                Screening, adjusting, consolidating   Compilation of
                                         and agreement on project proposals    integrated programmes


      Phase 5: Approval                      Inviting and incorporating         Adoption by Council
                                                     comments


(i)        The Analysis Phase
      This phase deals with the existing situation. It analyses the specific problems
      faced by the people in the municipal area. The issues normally deal with a
      number of aspects such as lack of basic services, crime and unemployment. The
      problems identified are weighed according to their urgency and/or importance to
      come up with priority issues. During this phase, the municipality considers
      peoples perception of their problems and needs, but also facts and figures. This
      phase not only deals with the symptoms, but also the causes of the problems in
      order to make informed decisions on appropriate solutions.


The outputs of this phase include:
      •    Assessment of existing levels of development
      •    Priority issues or problems
      •    Information on causes of priority issues/problems
      •    Information on available resources




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(ii)       The Strategy Phase
This phase involves the formulation of solutions to address the problems identified in
the analysis phase. The issues covered will include: highlighting the ideal situation for
the municipalities to achieve in the long run, activities to be carried out in the
medium term in order to address the problems identified in phase one and
contribute not only to the realization of the vision but also international, national and
provincial development goals and objectives.


The outputs of this phase are:
       •   The municipal vision
       •   Objectives
       •   Strategies


(iii)      The Projects Phase.
       This phase is about the design and specification of projects for implementation.
       The municipality must make sure that the project identified has a direct linkage
       to the priority issues and the objectives that were identified in the previous
       phases. It must also be clear on the target group (intended beneficiaries), the
       location of the project, when it will commence and end, who will be responsible
       for managing it, how much it will cost and where the money will come from. It
       must also identify targets and indicators to measure performance and impact of
       the project. The outputs of this phase include:
       •   Project outputs, targets, location
       •   Project related activities and time schedule
       •   Cost and budget estimates
       •   Performance indicators


(iv) The Integration Phase
This phase is an opportunity for the municipalities to ensure that the projects
identified are in line with the municipalities’ objectives and strategies, the resource
framework and comply with the legal requirements. The expected outputs for this
phase include:
       •   Five year financial plan


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           •   Five year capital investment programme
           •   Integrated spatial Development Framework
           •   Integrated sectoral programmes
           •   Consolidated monitoring/performance management system
           •   Disaster Management
           •   Institutional Plan


   (v)     Approval Phase


Once the IDP has been completed, it has to be submitted to the municipal council for
consideration and approval. The council must look at whether the IDP identifies the issues
(problems) that affect the area and the extent to which the strategies and projects will
contribute to addressing the problems. The council must also       ensure    that    the   IDP
complies with the legal requirements before it is approved. Furthermore, before the
approval of the IDP, the municipality must give an opportunity to the public to comment
on the draft. Once the IDP is amended        according to the input from the public, the
council considers it for approval. The outputs of this are an approved IP for the municipality.


Once a municipality has adopted its IDP, it must, within 10 days of adoption, submit a copy
thereof, together with the “Process plan” and the “Framework for the IDP” (in the case of a
district Municipality), to the MEC of the province for assessment. The Municipal Systems Act
does not require the MEC to approve the IDP, only the assessment that the IDP complies
with the requirements of the Act and also that it is not in conflict with IDP’s and strategies
of other municipalities and organs of the state.




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1.2.6 Stakeholders and Benefits of the Process


Stakeholder                        Benefits
Municipal Council                  Enables the municipality to:
                                      • Access to development resources
                                          and outside investment
                                      • Clear and accountable leadership and
                                          development direction
                                      • Cooperative relationship with the
                                          stakeholders and communities;
                                      • Monitor the performance of officials
Councillors                           • A mechanism of communicating with
                                          their constituencies
                                      • Councillors representing their
                                          constituencies effectively by making
                                          informed decisions; and
                                      • Enables councillors to measure their
                                          own performance
Municipal officials                   • An opportunity to communicate with
                                          the councillors;
                                      • Officials contribution to the
                                          municipality’s vision; and
                                      • Officials as part of the decision-
                                          making process.
Communities and other stakeholders    • An opportunity to inform the council
including NGOs                            what their development needs are;
                                      • An opportunity to determine the
                                          municipality’s development direction;
                                      • A mechanism through which to
                                          communicate with their councillors
                                          and the governing body; and
                                      • A mechanism through which they can
                                          measure the performance of the
                                          councillors and the municipality as a
                                          whole.
National and Provincial Sector        • A significant amount of financial
Departments                               resources for the implementation of
                                          projects lie with sector departments.
                                          The availability of the IDP provides
                                          guidance to the departments as to
                                          where their services are required and
                                          hence where to allocate their
                                          resources




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1.3      Description of the Central District Municipality (CDM)


The North West province has four district municipalities, namely Central, Bojanala-
Platinum, Southern and Bophirima. Map 1 shows the location of Central District
Municipality (CDM) and its local municipalities. The CDM is structured as follows:


   Table 1.1: Number of wards and ward committee members per local
                                   municipality

Name of local               No of Wards                  No. of ward
municipality                                             committee members
Mafikeng                    28                           280
Ditsobotla                  19                           190
Ramotshere-Moiloa           17                           170
Tswaing                     13                           130
Ratlou                      12                           120




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Map 1: The Locality of the CDM




  1.4 IDP Review Process
The review process of the 2007/08 IDP started with IDP management committee
meetings to inform and discuss with the municipalities the review cycle and action
plan. According to the strategic thrusts of the municipality, a cluster approach to
facilitate and implement the development of IDP was adopted.


The following public participation mechanisms were applicable in the different phases
of the District IDP process, with specific reference to the involvement of the
different sections of the communities, including political parties and the private
sector in each of the local municipalities through focus group discussions. The public
participation process in summarized in Table 2.




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  Table 1.2: Summary of the different phases of Public Participation Process

 PLANNING                 PARTICIPATION MECHANISM
 PHASE
 Analysis                 •       Municipal and Stakeholder meetings.
                          •       Surveys, etc.
                          •       Communication / information flow to local municipalities,
                                informing them of their role and responsibilities in the IDP
                                Process.
                          •       Focus Group Discussions with District and local community
                                Representatives on Key Priority Areas of the IDP in local
                                municipalities.
                          •       Focus group discussions/consultations were conducted in all the
                                five municipalities of the CDM: Ditsobotla (15 February),
                                Ramotshere Moiloa (19 February), Ratlou (20 February), Tswaing
                                (21 February) and Mafikeng (28 February)
 Strategies               •     Focus Group Discussions with District and local community
                                Representatives on Key Priority Areas of the IDP in local
                                municipalities.
                          •     Strategy meetings with management team of the district
                                municipality
                          •     Consultation with representatives of provincial sector departments
                                and selected representations of stakeholder organizations and
                                resource persons.
 Project Planning
 Projects on district-   (a)       Inter-sectoral Project Teams with selected representatives of
 wide scale                    stakeholder groupings and resource persons and District IDP
                               Representative Forum.

                         (b)     Intensive dialogue between PIMMS, Project Teams and relevant
  Localized community          municipalities.
vel projects.
  Integration             •      District IDP Representative Forum
  Approval                •      District IDP Representative Forum
                          •      Broad municipal level discussion/consultation.
                          •      Opportunity for comments from municipalities and stakeholder
                                groupings.
 Monitoring and           •      District IDP Representative Forum
 implementation           •      PIMMS
                          •      Mayoral Committee




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2.0 ANALYSIS PHASE
The Central District Municipality (CDM) covers an area of 31039 square km, and has
five local municipalities within its area of jurisdiction. These local municipalities are:
namely, Mafikeng, Ditsobotla, Ratlou, Tswaing and Ramotshere Moiloa. Section 84 of
the Municipal Structures Act of 1998 regulates the functions and powers of Districts
and local municipalities. These functions are found in Schedule 4 Part B and Schedule
5 Part B of the Act.

2.1 Socio- Demographic Characteristics


          2.1.1 Population distribution

According to Statistics South Africa, the population of the Central District
Municipality increased from 685032 in 1996 to 762992 in 2001. The population
distribution by population group and municipality is represented on Table 2.1 and
Map 2.


Table 2.1: Estimated Population Distribution per Local Municipality in the
                                      CDM (2006)

Racial         Local Municipalities                                                Central District
Group                                                                              Municipality
               Mafikeng     Ditsobotla     Ratlou    Tswaing      Ramotshere       Population     %
               %            %              %         %            Moiloa (%)
African        95.5         89.2           99        93           94.7             719021         94.2
White           1.7           8.4           0.3        5.8         4.3              29720             3.9
Indian          0.7           0.3           0.0        0.1         0.5                2994            0.4
Coloured        2.1           2.1           0.7        1.1         0.5              11265             1.5
Total          100           100           100       100          100              763000         100
Source: StatsSA-MidYear Population Estimates


Table 2.1 indicates that the population of the CDM in 2006 was dominated by the
African population group (94.2%), followed by whites (3.9%), coloureds (1.5%) and
Indians (0.4%). Map 2 shows that the distribution of the African population occurs


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mainly in the rural spatial areas/ system while the other population groups are
predominantly in the urban nodes within the respective local municipalities.




Map 2: Percentage of population in rural and urban areas in CDM (2006)




On the basis of the population density distribution patterns, two spatial implications
can be identified:
    •   The average population density in the area within the rural spatial system is
        100 persons per square km.
    •   Within the urban nodes and centres the average density varies between 250
        and 1000 persons per square km.


These distribution patterns of population density will have to be accommodated
within the formulation of the SDF in order to consolidate the settlement patterns
and to create economies of scale in urban development, whereby the improvement
of services and infrastructure development will be attained.



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2.1.2 Household Structure


Table 2.2 shows the distribution of household sizes in the CDM area. Table 2.2
indicates the following aspects about the population sizes of the CDM: About 74% of
the households in the CDM consisted of five members or less. The average
household size in the CDM is 4.2 persons per household. The spatial concentration
of households and household sizes in the CDM will serve as an important form-giving
element in the compilation of the SDF. Table 2.4 shows the estimated number of
rooms per household/dwelling in the CDM (2005).



              Table 2.2: Distribution of Household Sizes in the CDM

Household          Local Municipalities                                         CDM
Size               Mafikeng       Ditsobotla    Ratlou   Tswaing   Ramotshere   Census    %
                                                                   Moiloa       Figures
1                  23.7          17.7           19.4     15.3      18.7         35843     19.9
2                  13.5          15.5           11.5     13.7      13.9         24710     13.7
3                  14.1          14.2           12.1     12.7      13.6         24416     13.6
4                  14.8          15.3           13.0     13.6      14.2         25939     14.4
5                  11.8          12.1           11.3     12.2      11.9         21331     11.9
6                   7.8          8.5            9.7       9.3       9.1         15474      8.6
7                   5.1          5.8            6.9       7.4       6.2         10743      6.0
8                   3.2          3.8            4.7       5.4       4.1          7192      4.0
9                   2.1          2.5            3.4       3.5       2.8          4832      2.7
10 and over         3.9          4.7            8.0       7.0       5.3          9415      5.2
Total               100          100            100      100       100          179895    100
Source: StatsSA Mid Year Population (2005)




2.1.3 Gender Structure
An overview of the gender structure in the CDM is necessary to determine the
following:


    •   Provide an indication of socio-economic trends including male absenteeism.
    •   Potential future population and growth rates.
    •   The need for specific type of facilities in specific locations (e.g. maternity
        services at hospitals and clinics).


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


   Table 2.3 shows the gender composition and distribution in the 5 local
   municipalities of CDM (2001)


Table 2.3: Gender Composition and Distribution in Local Municipalities of
                                         CDM

Gender         Local Municipality                                                    Central
Category                                                                             District
                                                                                     Municipality
               Mafikeng     Ditsobotla     Ratlou    Tswaing     Ramotshere          Census     %
               %            %              %         %           Moiloa (%)          Figures
Male           48.4         48.7           47.4      48.4        47.2                367068     48
Female         51.6         51.3           52.6      51.6        52.8                395932     52
Total          100          100            100       100         100                 763000     100


The data on gender distribution per local municipality shown in Table 2.3 confirms
the tendency of the dominance of females over males in the local municipalities. The
reason for this tendency may be ascribed to the emigration of males in search of jobs
in other spatial systems such as the metropolitan areas and adjacent district
municipalities. The gender structure of the CDM shows a female domination, with an
overall male-female ratio in the district of approximately 48:52 (see figure 2.1).




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Figure 2.1: Population distribution in CDM by gender, 2006




At Local Municipality level, the highest proportion of female population is
concentrated in the Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality with a male-female ratio
of 47:53. The highest male-female ratio is located in Ditsobotla. The available
information on gender distribution clearly illustrates the slightly female dominated
population distribution in the northern parts of the CDM, especially in the
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality.


The spatial distribution of the gender characteristics of the heads of households
differs substantially across the various areas of the CDM. This ratio is substantially
male dominated in Ditsobotla and Tswaing Local Municipalities, both with
male/female households head ratios of approximately 67:33.


StatsSA (2005) figures shows that at a provincial level, the gender profile of the
Northwest province is only marginally female dominated with a ratio of 51:49. Map 3
shows the gender ratio per local municipality.



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Map 3: Gender Ratio per local municipality (2006)




The ratio between male and female-headed households in the Central District
Municipality is approximately 59:41. Although these figures are indicative of the
majority of households being male-headed, it does, however clearly reflect on the
substantial proportion of households in the Central District Municipality that are
headed by females. The male/female ratio of heads of households at a provincial level
is only slightly lower than that of the Central District Municipality estimated at
approximately 59:41.



2.14   Age Distribution

Table 2.4 and Figure 2.2 show the age distribution of the population in the CDM.




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           Table 2.4: Age Distribution of the Population in the CDM

Age           Local Municipality                                                       Central
Category                                                                               District
                                                                                     Municipality

              Mafikeng      Ditsobotla     Ratlou     Tswaing     Ramotshere       Census     %
                                                                  Moloia           Figures

0-4           10.2          10.36          12.3       12.2        10.5             82827      10.9

5-14          22.4          21.63          27.5       25.4        24.1             180868     23.7

15-34         37.8          36.62          32.4       33.9        34.5             272049     35.7

35-64         25.4          26.35          21.4       23.2        24.2             187021     24.4

Over 65       4.2            5.02          6.5         5.4        6.6              40234          5.3

Total         100           100            100        100         100              762999     100




The youthful structure of the population in CDM is clearly reflected in the spatial
analysis that indicates that the average age of the population in vast areas of the
Central District Municipality is less than 25 years. This age structure of the CDM
indicates that a lot of social spending is still required in the District. Furthermore,
the District has to grow economically to accommodate and create employment
opportunities for the age groups mentioned, who will be entering into the job
market in great numbers.


The available statistics indicates that the highest average figures are clearly located in
and around the larger urban settlements of Lichtenburg and Mafikeng where the
average is between 30 and 40 years of age. These spatial patterns are also clearly
reflected in the Local Municipality level comparisons, which very clearly highlights the
high proportion of population less than 20 years of age.           In the Ratlou Local




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Municipality in comparison with the other Local Municipalities in the CDM, 55% of
the local municipal population is younger than 20 years of age.


The dominance of the younger than 20 years age group in Tswaing Local Municipality
is also clearly evident from these figures. The Ditsobotla Local Municipality has the
smallest proportion of population in the younger than 20 years category. The
comparatively high proportion of the population in the economically active age
categories in the Mafikeng and Ditsobotla Local Municipalities are evident from the
provided statistics. It also clearly points out the comparatively high proportion of
population in the Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality in excess of 65 years of age.


For the purpose of the compilation of the SDF, the gender composition by age for
males and females should also be considered. In the case of the CDM area, this is
shown in Figure 2.2.




Figure 2.2: Population pyramid for Central District Municipality, 2006




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Figure 2.2 indicates that the male age distribution shows a skewed distribution
pattern in the age group of 35 years to over 65 years. Similar tendencies are shown
in the case of the female age distribution. These tendencies may be ascribed to a
combination of factors such as migration labour practices, HIV/AIDS and other
socially and health related conditions.



2.1.5     Education Profile


Table 2.5 and figure 2.3 shows the distribution of the levels of education in the CDM




         Table 2.5: Distribution of the Levels of Education in the CDM

Education       Local Municipality                                                CDM
Level           Mafikeng      Ditsobotla    Ratlou    Tswaing    Ramotshere       Census    %
                                                                 Moloia           Figures
No      formal 17.2           23.5          40.7      34.1       34.7             110147    26.8
Education
Some            18.9          24.2          26.2      23.7       17.4             87309     21.4
Primary
Complete         5.9          6.8           5.6       6.1        4.8              24215     5.9
Primary
Secondary       27.3          24.8          18.5      20.2       22.3             97946     23.8
Grade 12        22.3          15.6              7.0   11.2       15.7             67147     16.3
Higher           8.5          5.1           2.0       4.6         5.0             24015     5.8
Total           100           100           100       100        100              410779    100


Table 2.5 depict the high levels of low education and accompanying low skill and
education levels in the Central District Municipality.       StatsSA (2005) statistics
indicate that the level of functional literacy (proportion of the population older than


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20 years of age completed primary education) in the CDM is only 35%. This figure is
also significantly lower than the comparative figure for the North West Province,
which is approximately 40%. A further characteristic is that less than 2.5% of the
total population in the CDM has received any form of tertiary education. Map 3
shows the distribution of population that attended secondary education per local
municipality.




Map 4: The distribution of attended secondary education per local municipality
(2006)




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Map 3 illustrates that the highest levels of the population who completed their
secondary education are mainly concentrated around the larger towns and
settlements in the district especially Mafikeng, Lichtenburg and Ramotshere Moiloa.
Map 4 shows the distribution of completed higher education per local municipality.




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Map 5: The distribution of completed higher education per local
municipality (2006)




The low levels of populations with tertiary or post-matric qualifications are
illustrated in Table 2.5. In addition, Table 2.5 shows that in the vast majority of the
CDM area, less than 2% of the population have received any form of post-matric
training or qualification. The highest levels of illiteracy appear to be prevalent in the
Ratlou Local Municipality where more than 31% of the population older than 5 years
of age has not received any form of schooling. The comparative figure of the
Ramotshere Moiloa and Tswaing Local Municipalities is approximately 27%, in the
case of Ditsobotla, 24% and in Mafikeng roughly 20%. According to StatsSA (2005)
this trend is further emphasized by the fact that the Ratlou and Tswaing Local
Municipalities are the areas with the highest concentration of population who have
only completed some primary education (approximately 30% of the total population
older than 5 years).


The highest spatial concentration of education and skills levels is clearly concentrated
in the Mafikeng Local Municipality area with the highest concentration of both the
population have completed their school education (approximately 10%) as well as


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the proportion of population with some form of high education (approximately 3%).
The proportion of population in the Ratlou Local Municipality with higher education
is less than 1%.


DRI-WEFA Regional Economic Focus, (2001) estimates the functional literacy rate in
the CDM as between 45% (in case of the Delareyville district) to approximately 64%
(in the Mmabatho district). This implies that more than 50% of the population in the
Delareyville area can be described as functionally illiterate. This implies that In the
formulation of the SDF special attention will have to given to the distribution, access
to and focus of projects as to improve the levels of education in the CDM.

                   Figure 2.3: Education level by municipality, 2006




2.1.6 Income and Poverty Situation




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StatisSA (2005) indicate that nearly 75% of all households in the Central District
Municipality earn less than R1 500 per month. The spatial distribution of household
income patterns also clearly illustrates the very low levels of income and affordability
in the rural areas, especially in the northern and southwestern parts of the CDM.
This trend is also illustrated by the comparative income figure for the various Local
Municipalities in the Central District Municipality. In the case of the Ratlou Local
Municipality, approximately 88% of all Households earn less than R1 R1500 per
month. This is followed by the Tswaing and Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipalities,
where 82.4% and 78% of households earn less than R1 500 per month respectively.
The figures for Ditsobotla (70.8%) and Mafikeng Local Municipality (66.2%) are
indicative of slightly higher average household incomes. The very low income levels
in Ratlou and Tswaing Local Municipalities are further illustrated by the fact that only
4.6% and 8.8% of the households respectively earn more than R3 500 per month
(see also figure 2.4).


          Figure 2.4: Household Income per local municipality, 2006




The information on Figure 2.4 indicates that the households with the highest average
household incomes per month are concentrated in Mafikeng and formal areas of



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Mmabatho. The average household income in these areas is generally in excess of R6
000 per month. The average household income in the vast majority of the rural areas
as well as the majority of villages in the rural areas is less than R 1 500 per month.
Household incomes in the peri-urban areas of Mmabatho range between R1 500 to
R2 500 household per month.


The DRI-WEFA International (Regional Economic Focus 2002) estimates the
percentage of population in the Central District Municipality living in poverty
between 55 and 80%. The highest poverty rate is located in the Delareyville area
(approximately 79.6%).


2.1.7 Unemployment Situation


According to the 1996 Census figures, nearly 35% of the total population of the
economically active population in the North West Province (excluding pensioners,
scholars and children younger than 15 years) were classified as unemployed. A
further 6% was classified as not working and not looking for work. Map 5 shows the
percentage distribution of not economically active population per local municipality.


Map 5: The percentage distribution of not economically active population
per local municipality (2006)




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Unemployment rate in the CDM stands at 42.3% (488 244). The above figure does
not include informal employment. Given the high level of unemployment rate, the
risk increases that the social fabric of societies could disintegrate and that
communities might become dysfunctional. It should therefore be a top priority to
address this high level of unemployment within the District. Map 6 shows the
percentage distribution of unemployed population per local municipality.




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Map 6: Percentage Distribution of unemployed Population per local
municipality (2006)




The number of people employed (115300) signifies the challenge that the District
and its five local municipalities are faced with in terms of job creation. CDM’s
objectives are to maximize social development and economic growth. In terms of
unemployment rate Ratlou has the highest rate (63.8%), followed by Zeerust
(53.6%), then Mafikeng (49.3%). Tswaing (34.3% has the lowest unemployment in
CDM.




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              Figure 2.5: Unemployment Rate per municipality, 2006




         70
                  63.8

         60
                                                                 53.6
                                      49.3                                47.8
         50
                                                  42.5
         40
                            34.2

         30

         20

         10

          0
                 Setla-   Tswaing   Mafikeng   Ditsobotla       Zeerust   CDM
                 Kgobi



2.1.8 HIV/AIDS

Like with all other municipalities in the North West province and the country at
large, HIV/AIDS is a major problem. Table 2.6 shows the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in
the province.



  Table 2.6: North West Province and National HIV Prevalence Trends

  YEAR                         North-West                NATIONAL
                               Province                   %
                                   %
  1994                         6.7                       7.6
  1995                         8.3                       10.4
  1996                         25.1                      14.2
  1997                         18.1                      16.0
  1998                         21.3                      22.8
  1999                         23.0                      22.4
  2000                         22.9                      24.5
  2001                         25.2                      24.8
  2002                         26.2                      26.5
  2003                         29.9                      27.9

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Source: Department of Health, North-West Province: 2002

Table 2.6 indicates that at provincial level, the pandemic has increased from 6.7% in
1994 to 29.9% in 2003. This is above the national average of 24.8%.



2.1.9 People with Disabilities

Some form of physical disability affects approximately 9% of the total population of
the CDM. The distribution of people with disability per local municipality in the
CDM is shown in figure 2.6.

                       Figure 2.6: Population with disability per local municipality, 2006


                            16000

                            14000
   People with Disability




                            12000

                            10000

                            8000

                            6000

                            4000

                            2000

                               0
                                    Ratlou        Tswaing      Mafikeng     Ditsobotla    Ramotshere-        CDM
                                                                                            Moiloa
                                                               local municipality

                                    Sight    Hearing   Communication   Physical   Intellectual   Emotional   Multiple




Figure 2.7 indicates different forms of disability in the CDM.




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Figure 2.7: Population with disability in CDM, 2006




                      Multiple
                       12%

                                                     Sight
                                                     27%

         Emotional
           13%




       Intellectual
           6%

                                                       Hearing
                                                        11%

                                                 Communication
                       Physical                      3%
                        28%




Available statistics indicate that there is a concentration of people with some form of
physical disability located in the southern part of the Ratlou and Mafikeng Local
Municipalities as well as the North Western parts of Tswaing local municipality. This
aspect is further amplified by the Local Municipality level comparison of these figures
indicating a substantially higher proportion of population with disabilities in the
Ratlou (12.7%) and Tswaing Local Municipalities (10.2%).




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Map 7: A Map showing percentage of population with no disability in
CDM, 2006


                                                                                                                       N

        LEGEND                                                                                                     W       E


                Other Districts                                                                                        S


                Local Municipal boundary
      NON DISABILITY CATEGORIES
          More than 95 % with no disability
                                                                                     Ramotshere
          95-90 % with no disability
                                                                                       Moiloa
          90-85 % with no disability
          85-80 % with no disability
          Less than 80 % with no disability




                                                   Botswana

                                                                                                        BOJANALA
                                                                          Mafikeng


                                                                                           Ditsobotla


                                                              Ratlou



                                           BOPHIRIMA


                                                                         Tswaing
                                                                                             SOUTHERN


                               20     0      20   40   Kilometers
      Date : 25 January 2007




2.2        Infrastructure


Availability of infrastructure plays a decisive role in shaping the future spatial
structure of CDM. Access to and quality of infrastructure forms the basis of
sustainable development and growth in the area. Determining appropriate levels of
service for infrastructure will be a guiding principle in developing an applicable SDF
to support the goals and objectives of sustainable development in the CDM.




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2.2.1 Water Supply Services


Table 2.9 illustrates the access of households in the CDM to water services.


Table 2.9 indicates that in 2005 only 17.9 % of the households in the CDM had
access to water inside their houses. The situation was worse in Ratlou local
municipality where only 1.4% of the households had access to water inside their
dwellings. Most of the households (34.7%) in this local municipal had access to water
from community stands over 200m. In 2001 about 15% of the households in the
CDM depended on boreholes as a source of water supply. This was more the case in
Mafikeng local municipality (22.6 %) and Ratlou local municipality (20%).




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                        Figure 2.8: Water supply per local municipality, 2006


                   40
Household income   35

                   30

                   25

                   20

                   15

                   10

                    5

                    0
                          Ratlou       Tswaing       Mafikeng       Ditsobotla   Ramotshere-        CDM
                                                                                   Moiloa
                                                      local municipality

                              Piped water inside dwelling
                              Piped water inside yard
                              Piped water on community stand: distance less than 200m. from dwelling
                              Piped water on community stand: distance greater than 200m. from dwelling
                              Borehole
                              Spring
                              Rain-water tank
                              Dam/pool/stagnant water
                              River/stream
                              Water vendor
                              Other




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                           Table 2.7: Access of Households in the CDM to Water Services

Water Access                 Local Municipalities                                         CDM
                             Mafikeng     Ditsobotla   Ratlou      Tswaing   Ramotshere   Census    %
                                                                             Moiloa       Figures
Inside the House             23.5         28.6         1.4         12.6      10.6         32279     17.9
In the Yard                  21.7         29.3         5.7         32.2      33.1         44417     24.7
Community Stand              11.2         13.9         25.4        27.1      25.9         32981     18.3
Community standover 200m     9.8          10.6         34.7        18.3      23.9         30133     16.8
Borehole                     22.6         13.1         20.0        8.0       2.6          26586     14.8
Spring                       0.2          0            0.1         0.1       0.1          244       0.1
Rain Tank                    0.6          0.5          0.5         0.2       0.1          748       0.4
Dam/Pool/StagnantWater       0.3          0.4          0.5         0.1       0.1          525       0.3
River/Stream                 0.4          0.2          3.1         0.1       0.5          1261      0.7
Water Vendor                 4.4          1            3.0         0.1       0.4          4032      2.2
Other                        5.4          2.3          5.6         1.0       2.7          6688      3.7
Total                        100          100          100         100       100          179894    100
Source: StatsSA (2005)




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The major concern is those people receiving water from natural sources like rivers,
dams, springs, etc. It is these people who are susceptible to diseases. The concern
should also be on those people who receive water from unspecified sources.
However, the ideal situation is that people should have water connected to their
dwellings. The levels of standard in this regard will differ from village to village
depending on the availability of funds, the type of settlement, topography, and
whether people can afford.


According to StatsSA (2005) the total number of households in the CDM without
access to a water reticulation system was estimated to be approximately 24 000
households. The roll out of program of the CDM over the last number of years
however significantly contributed to addressing these backlogs.


The spatial distribution of various levels of accessibility to sanitation infrastructure
clearly depicts the reliance of the majority of households in the Central District
Municipality on pit latrines, specifically in the rural areas and many rural settlements.
It also indicated that availability of waterborne sanitation systems is mainly limited to
the larger urban centres and immediate surrounding areas. The comparative figures
at Local Municipality level indicate that as much as 91% of households in the Ratlou
local Municipality rely on pit latrines for sanitation purposes. The figure for the
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality is approximately 77% and Mafikeng Local
Municipality 71%.


2.2.2    Sanitation Services

Access to sanitation services in CDM is being dictated by the distribution of urban
concentrations, thus, the level of urbanisation. Higher order sanitation services are
predominantly available in the urban clusters in the CDM area. This phenomenon is
the result of density of population, economy of scale advantages, availability of water
and access to the CDM and Local Municipalities to funding resources for the
provision of improved sanitation services. Table 2.10 shows the level of sanitation
services in the CDM.




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                Table 2.8: Level of Sanitation Services in CDM

Type       of Local Municipalities                                            CDM
Sanitation Mafikeng        Ditsobotla    Ratlou   Tswaing      Ramotshere     Census    %
                                                               Moiloa         Figures
Flush Toilet 27            42.8          1.0      26.1         18.6           45446     25.3
Flush Septic 1.3           2.4           0.7      4.9          3.3             4117      2.3
Tank
Chemical      2.0          3.4           0.6      0.7          1.0             3165      1.8
Toilet
VIP           18.4         6.7           14.5     6.5          19.7            25418    14.1
Pit Latrine   46.3         27.4          66.9     43.1         47.9            80933    45
Bucket        0.3          8.1           0.3      4.4          1.0             4 596     2.6
Latrine
None          4.6          9.3           16.1     14.3         8.5             16218     9
Total         100          100           100      100          100            179893    100


The information on Table 2.10 indicates that in 2001 only 25.3% of the households in
the CDM had access to flush toilet systems. Pit latrines were used by 45% of the
households, especially in Ratlou (66.9%) and Ramotshere Moiloa (47.9%). The
number of households in the CDM with no access to proper sanitation service is
serious. In 2001 about 9% of the households in the CDM had no access to sanitation.
This was more serious in Ratlou (16.1%) and Tswaing (14.3%).




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                       Figure 2.9: Toilet facility per local municipality, 2006


                80

                70

                60

                50
   energy use




                40

                30

                20

                10

                 0
                         Ratlou          Tswaing     Mafikeng       Ditsobotla     Ramotshere-         CDM
                                                                                     Moiloa
                                                         local municipality
                Flush toilet (connected to sewerage system)       Flush toilet (with septic tank)
                Chemical toilet                                   Pit latrine with ventilation (VIP)
                Pit latrine without ventilation                   Bucket latrine
                None



Available information (StatsSA, 2001) reveals that a substantial proportion of the
households in the CDM have sanitation services below RDP standards. Map 8 shows
the percentage distribution of toilet facilities per local municipality. They use pit
latrines, bucket latrine and some have no sanitation at all. This could be attributed
to the fact that a large number of settlements are rural areas in the form of villages.
Hence some areas do not have any form of sanitation at all. This is a health hazard
and can lead to the outbreak of diseases such as cholera. This is linked to the fact
that some people still receive water from natural sources.                             If the water is
contaminated due to lack of proper sanitation, people can get diseases.




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Map 8: Percentage distribution of toilet facilities per local municipality
(2006)




2.2.3    Refuse Removal Services

Table 2.11 shows the refuse removal services in the CDM


               Table 2.9: Refuse Removal Services in the CDM

Refuse Removal    Local Municipality                                     CDM
                  Mafikeng Ditsobotla Ratlou      Tswaing   Ramotshere   Census    %
                                                            Moiloa
                                                                         Figures
Munic Weekly      25.6       40.9        0.2      23        17.2         42427     23.6
Munic other        0.9       0.6         0.2      2.9       0.2          1586      0.9
Communal           3.8       2.7         5.1      1.6       1.5          5449      3.0
Dump
Own Dump          63.5       44.9        87.3     6.7       74.7         116077    64.5
No Disposal       6.2        11.0        7.3      10.8      6.5           14354    8.0
Total             100        100         100      100       100          179893    100.0


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Table 2.11 shows the poor provision of refuse removal services in the CDM. Only
8% of the households in the CDM had access to municipal refuse removal service.
The nature of the settlement pattern in the CDM contributes greatly to the
provision of such services. This is illustrated in figure 2.10 below.




Figure 2.10: Refuse removal services in CDM, 2006




                      No Disposal
                          8%
                                                 Muni Weekly
                                                    23%




                                                          Munic other
                                                             1%
                                                          communal Dump
                                                               3%




                Own Dump
                  65%




The rural nature of the province and remoteness of settlements. At a provincial
level, the limited availability of formalized refuse removal service is clearly depicted
by the fact that only 37% of households in the province do receive a formalized
refuse removal service. Approximately two thirds of the population in the province
do not have access to any form of formalized refuse removal service. The
comparative situation in the Central District Municipality is even worse with only
24% of households having access to a formal refuse removal service and more than
75% reliant on own or communal refuse dumps for this purpose.




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The thematic mapping analysis of levels of waste removal services very clearly depict
that formalized waste removal services are limited to the main towns and
settlements within the CDM. In the majority of rural settlements, as well as the
remainder of the rural areas, a formal refuse removal service is clearly absent. Map 9
shows the percentage of Households with formal refuse removal per local
municipality.


Map 9: Percentage of Households with formal refuse removal per local
municipality (2006)




The comparative figures at Local Municipality level indicate that there are currently
no formalized refuse removal services in the Ratlou Local Municipality area with the
entire population not having access to a waste removal services. In the case of
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality, the comparative figure is roughly 82%, in
Mafikeng 77% and in the Tswaing Local Municipality 74%. Available mid year figures
from StatsSA (2005) indicate that a large proportion of the households in the CDM




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have their own dumping site inside their yards. Map 10 shows the percentage of
Households with no formal refuse removal per local municipality.




Map 10: Percentage of Households with no formal refuse removal per
local municipality (2006)




This is   the case with most people in the rural areas who have no access to any
formal refuse removal service. There is no plan to manage the waste generated in
these areas. The only areas that do have their waste removed by the municipality
are mainly those in the urban areas. A Waste Management Plan may be necessary in
some rural areas. However, there are rural areas with a high concentration of
people where a lot of refuse is generated. These areas require attention in terms of
Waste Management.


2.2.4     Energy Supply

By energy, we mean what people use for heating and lighting. StatsSA (2005) data
paints a disturbing scenario in terms of what people use for heating. There are still

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people in some areas of CDM that still use wood for fire.            This may lead to
deforestation and ultimately soil erosion. On the other hand, candles and paraffin
are hazardous to use in households. This is in terms of safety and health. There is
thus a need for electricity provision or other forms of heating such as gas. Table
2.12 and figure 2.10 show the sources of energy for lighting in the CDM area.


                Table 2.10: Sources of Energy for Lighting in CDM

Energy          Local Municipalities                                            CDM
Source          Mafikeng     Ditsobotla   Ratlou   Tswaing    Ramotshere        Census    %
                                                              Moiloa            Figures
Electricity     72           67           75.6     69.5       69.9              127469    70.9
Gas             0.1            0.1         0.1      0.1       0.1                   156    0.1
Paraffin        3.5            1.3         2.0      2.1       1.6                 4256     2.4
Candles         24.0         31.1         20.9     28.0       28                 47257
                                                                                          26.3
Solar            0.2           0.2         0.2      0.1       0.2                   279
                                                                                          0.2
Other            0.2           0.3         0.3      0.2       0.3                   478
                                                                                          0.3
Total           100          100          100      100        100               179895
                                                                                          100


Map 11 shows the percentage of household using candle for lighting per local
municipality.




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Map 11: Percentage of households using candle for lighting per local
municipality (2006)




Table 2.12 shows that about 71% of the households in the CDM had access to
electricity as a source of energy for lighting. Paraffin was used by 2.4% of the
households. As more people get access to electricity the use of paraffin and candles
decreases. About 26% of the households in the CDM used candles as a source of
energy for lighting.




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                        Figure 2.11: Energy Usage per local municipality


                60000


                50000


                40000
   energy use




                30000


                20000


                10000


                    0
                           Ratlou        Tswaing          Mafikeng           Ditsobotla       Ramotshere-
                                                                                                Moiloa
                                                    local municipality

                                    Electricity   Gas   Paraffin   Candles     Solar      Other




2.2.4.1 Electricity: The Current Status


An overview of the current status with regard to access to electricity services
relates to households specifically. In terms of the objective for electricity and street
lighting as contained in the IDP for CDM the development perspective is as follows:


‘To enable and facilitate access to affordable and sustainable energy services for all
businesses and households within the CDM’.


The identification of this development objective and its impact on the formulation of
the SDF is based on the policy and guidelines as provided for in the White Paper on
Energy. The promotion and implementation of an integrated resource planning
approach need to be adopted. The specific CDM strategies include:




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   i.   Strategy 1: Develop and implement an integrated energy plan for the District
        in consultation with relevant service providers.
  ii.   Strategy 2: Support and encourage Masakhane Campaigne.
 iii.   Strategy 3: Establish and implement a maintenance policy for existing
        infrastructure.
 iv.    Strategy 4: Prepare an appropriate policy and strategy for public lighting in
        rural areas in consultation with Local municipalities..
Map 12 shows the percentage of households per local municipality using electricity
for lighting.


Map 12: Percentage of households per local municipality using electricity
for lighting (2006)




Eskom is the electricity supply authority and in some cases the distributor of
electricity in CDM. The management and operating aspects of Eskom in the study



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area are being dealt with through Eskom delivery areas. Certain local municipalities
manage and operate their internal electrical distribution and supply systems based on
internal capacity.


In the rural areas of the CDM, Eskom fulfils both responsibilities. The electricity
industry is in the process of being transformed through the implementation of
Regional Electricity Distributors (REDs). As in the case of the provision of sanitation
services, the distribution of electricity infrastructure is very unequally divided
between the local municipalities. This is primarily a cause of the high costs in
providing electricity supply to rural areas. The INEP Planning and Implementation
Manual Version (2002) identified the following main cost determinants in rural areas:


   o Settlement density (i.e. the cost of inter-connecting houses in a local grid);
   o Distance of the local grid from the existing grid (i.e. the cost of the feed line);
   o Projected load on the local grid (i.e. the expected consumption levels).


2.2.5      Housing Status

Table 2.13 and figure 2.11 show the classification of households in the CDM on the
basis of the type of dwelling.




     Table 2.11: Classification and Number of Households in the CDM

Type of         Local Municipalities                                               DM
Household       Mafikeng         Ditsobotla   Ratlou   Tswaing    Ramotshere       Census    %
                                                                  Moiloa           Figures
Formal          87.2         78               85.5     75.3       81.3             148 363   82.5
Informal        8.8          16.6             5.2      15.8       9.2              19649     10.9
Traditional     3.9          4.7              9.2      8.6        9.3              11384     6.3
Other           0.1              0.6          0.1      0.4        0.2              499       0.3
Total           100              100          100      100        100              179895    100


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Figure               2.12:          Classification                 and              number                         of       households                per   local
municipality

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                80
                70
  energy use




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Table 2.14 and figure 2.12 indicate that 82.5% of the dwellings/households in CDM
were            classified           as       formal.            This              is      compared                             to      10.9%     as     informal
dwellings/households. Mafikeng local municipality had the highest percentage (87.2%)
of the formal households whereas Tswaing had the lowest (75.3%). Ditsobotla local
municipality had the highest percentage (16.6%) of informal dwellings followed by
Tswaing (15.8%). Ratlou local municipality had the lowest percentage (5.2%) of
informal              dwellings            but         one         of             the         highest                    percentages            of     traditional
dwellings/households (9.2%) after Ramotshere Moiloa (9.3%). Table 2.3 shows the
distribution of household sizes in the CDM.

Available mid year statistics from StasSA (2005) indicate that < 60% of households in
the North West Province can be classified as residing in housing structures on
separate stands. The housing backlog within the province is depicted by the 17% of
households residing in informal structures and the 7% in backyard and traditional


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dwelling. Within the CDM, the proportion (74%) of households living in structures
on separate stands is significantly higher than the comparative figure for the North
West Province. The provincial average is 71%. The occurrence of informal dwellings
and backyard structures are also significantly lower than the occurrence thereof at a
provincial level. Map 13 shows the percentage distribution of households with
informal dwellings/backyard rooms (Mikuku) per local municipality.


Map          13:            Percentage               distribution          of      households            with    informal
dwellings/backyard rooms (Mikuku) per local municipality (2006)

                                                                                                                      N
     LEGEND                                                                                                       W       E


                  Other Districts                                                                                     S



                  Local Municipal boundary
  INFORMAL DWELLINGS / BACKYARD ROOMS
                                                                                   Ramotshere
              Less than 5%                                                           Moiloa
              5 - 7.5 %
              7.5 - 10 %
              10 -15 %
              More than 15%

                                               Botswana

                                                                                                      BOJANALA
                                                                        Mafikeng


                                                                                         Ditsobotla


                                                          Ratlou



                                       BOPHIRIMA


                                                                    Tswaing
                                                                                           SOUTHERN


                            20     0     20   40   Kilometers
   Date : 25 January 2007




The qualitative aspect of a housing stock is depicted in the attached statistical
analysis, which provides a breakdown of the size of housing units in terms of number
of rooms per dwelling. At a provincial level approximately 60% of households are
residing in structures consisting of three rooms or less. The comparative proportion
in the Central District Municipality is roughly 40%. Of particular importance is the
percentage one roomed structure at a provincial level (roughly 16%) that can
normally be regarded as equivalent to informal type of structures. The proportion of
households in the CDM residing in one room structure is just over 11%. The



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number of households residing in housing structures of five rooms or more is very
similar for both the Central District and the North West Province and accounts for
just over 30% of all housing structures within the province.


The spatial distribution of different dwelling types in the CDM is depicted on the
attached thematic maps. This information indicates that the occurrence of informal
structures is mainly located in a number of the towns and some of the settlements
within the CDM. As highlighted above, the occurrence of informal housing types in
the CDM are however relatively limited. A further specific aspect to take note of is
the high proportion of households in the south-western parts of the CDM (parts of
Mafikeng and Ratlou) as well as parts of the central and northern parts (Ditsobotla
and Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipalities) residing in what can be classified as
traditional dwellings.


The comparative housing profile of the five Local Municipalities indicates relatively
similar profiles for the various Local Municipalities. The occurrence of informal
dwellings appear to be slightly higher in the Ditsobotla and Tswaing Local
Municipalities where roughly 14% and 12% of households respectively are residing in
informal structures. The proportion of households in the Ratlou Local Municipality
residing in traditional dwellings is also comparatively higher than in the other Local
Municipalities accounting to 17% of housing stock within this area.


The spatial distribution of housing structure size in the CDM is clearly indicative of
the fact that the majority of household structures in the CDM consist of three or
four rooms. Structures of this size account for 37% of the total housing stock in the
CDM. The Local Municipality level comparison indicates the high proportion of two
roomed or smaller housing structures to be concentrated in the Ratlou and Mafikeng
Local Municipalities (33% and 32%) of structures respectively. Table 2.14 shows the
number of rooms per dwelling/household in the CDM.




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       Table 2.12: Number of rooms per dwelling/household in the CDM

Number Local Municipalities                                                    CDM
of          Mafikeng     Ditsobotla     Ratlou    Tswaing     Ramotshere       -          %
Rooms                                                         Moiloa
1           14.9         8.3            12.1       5.1        11.3             20206      11.2
2           15.3         21.6           21.4      14.6        18.0             31765      17.7
3           10.6         10.6           13.4      12.9        12.7             20938      11.6
4           18.0         31.2           20.3      30.9        19.5             41314      23.0
5           13.8          9.9           11.0      12.7        12.5             22153      12.3
6           12.2          8.6           10.3      11.9        11.4             19925      11.1
7           6.9           4.2           6.0        5.8         6.7             10916       6.1
8           4.0           2.7           2.9        3.3         4.0                 6319    3.5
9           2.1           1.4           1.3        1.4         2.0                 3166    1.8
10 and      2.1           1.4           1.2        1.6         2.0                 3193    1.8
over
Total       100          100            100       100         100              179895 100


Table 2.14 shows that 63.5% of the households in the CDM resided in dwellings with
four rooms or less. More than 40% of the district population lives in Mafikeng local
municipality. There is likely of migration trend from the rural areas towards Mafikeng
and other fairly big urban areas such as Lichtenburg, which will further increase their
population sizes over time.


The overall rural nature and characteristics of the Central District Municipality is
shown on Map 2. This reflects the distribution of the population density within the
CDM. The available information indicates that the population density in the vast
majority of the municipal areas has less than one person per hectare. The only
significant concentrations of high population densities are found in and around some
of the larger towns and settlements within the CDM. The highest average population
density is within the Mafikeng Local Municipality (1 person per hectare). The




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population densities in the other Local Municipalities are less than 0.2 persons per
hectare.


The comparative population density in the Central District Municipality (0.25
persons per hectare) is also somewhat lower than the overall density for the
province, which are approximately 0.29 persons per hectare. Map 14 shows the
percentage distribution of population living in informal dwellings per local
municipality in the CDM.


Map 14: A Map showing percentage of population living in informal
dwellings in CDM (2006)


                                                                                                                     N


       LEGEND                                                                                                    W       E

                                                                                                                     S

                    Other Districts
                    Local Municipal boundary
      INFORMAL DWELLINGS
                                                                                   Ramotshere
               Less than 5%                                                          Moiloa
               5 - 7.4 %
               7.5- 09%
               10-15
               More than 15%

                                                Botswana

                                                                                                      BOJANALA
                                                                        Mafikeng


                                                                                         Ditsobotla


                                                         Ratlou



                                       BOPHIRIMA


                                                                       Tswaing
                                                                                           SOUTHERN


                             20    0      20   40 Kilometers
    Date : 25 January 2007




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2.2.6      Telecommunications


2.2.6.1     Access to Telephone


Table 2.15 and figure 2.13 show access to telephone services by households in the
CDM.


   Table 2.13: Access to Telephone Services by Households in the CDM

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




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Figure 2.13 Access to Telephone Facilities By Households In CDM

     Figure 2.13: Access to telephone facilities by households in CDM



                                                  Telephone and
                                                    cellphone
                               No access                6%
                                 11%
                                                          Telephone
            Other not nearby                                 6%
                  5%

            Other nearby
                4%

                                                                  Cellphone
                                                                    20%




                                                              Neighbour
                                                                 7%
                Public Telephone
                       41%




Table 2.15 shows that about 12% of the households in the CDM had no access to
telephone. The situation was worse in Tswaing local municipality, where 15.1% of
the household did not have access to telephone. At the provincial level, only 18% of
households in the North West Province have in-house access to a telephone or a
cellular phone. Conversely, as much as 35% of households are reliant on access to
public phones. Map 15 shows the percentage distribution of households with no
telephone/cell phone per local municipality.




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Map 15: Percentage Distribution of households with no Telephone/Cell
phone per local Municipality (2006)




The proportion of households with no access to telecommunication is approximately
19%. The comparative levels of access to telecommunication in the Central District
Municipality is even lower than the overall figure of the North West Province with
only 15% of households having in-house access to telephone or a cellular phone. The
proportion with access to public phone in close proximity to the CDM is 45% and
the proportion of households with no access to telecommunication infrastructure at
all is as high as 31%.


Planning and distribution of cell phone masts and other landline and broadband
technology based will assist in improving the current levels of services. The limited
availability of telecommunication infrastructure is most notable in Ratlou Local
Municipality    where    nearly   70%   of    households    are   without    access   to
telecommunication infrastructure. The importance of public phones as general means
of telecommunication is further depicted by the high proportion of households in the
other four Local Municipalities, which are reliant on this type of infrastructure. As far
as in-house access and telecommunication and cellular phones are concerned, the

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high proportions are concentrated in the Ditsobotla and Mafikeng Local
Municipalities.

2.2.6.2       Transport Services

Table 2.16 shows the modes of transport to work and school in the CDM.




                       Table 2.14: Mode of Transport in the CDM

Mode          of Local Municipalities                                                CDM
Transport          Mafikeng     Ditsobotla        Ratlou   Tswaing   Ramotshere      Census       %
                                                                     Moiloa          Figures
Bicycle            0.3          0.3               0.4      1.1       0.6             4 383        0.6
Bus                1.9          1                 0.9      3         3.4             17972        2.4
Car Driver         2            0.3               2.2      3.1       3.4             18 952       2.5
Car Passenger 1.9               0.9               2        2.5       3.2             17 725       2.3
Minibus/Taxi       3.2          0.6               1.3      2.9       8.6             33 148       4.3
Motorcycle         0.1          0.1               0.1      0.1       0.1                    861   0.1
Train              0.1          0.1               0.1      0.1       0.1                    718   0.1
NA                 56.2         62.7              54       54.6      52.2            420308       55.1
Foot               34.3         34                39       32.5      28.1            248092       32.5
Other              0.1          0.1               0.1      0.1       0.1                    828   0.1
Total              100          100               100      100       100             762987       100




Table 2.17 indicates the following:
   •      The limited passenger transport services in the CDM area.
   •      The predominant mode of travel used for work or school related trips is by
          foot (32.5%).
   •      Minibus / taxi mode represents only 4.3% of trips to work or school.
   •      Car drivers undertake only 2.5% of trips whilst 2.3% of trips with private cars
          relate to passengers. These figures relate to the low levels of private motor
          vehicle ownership in the study area.

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According to projected figures based on Census 2001, Ratlou (39%) and Mafikeng
(34.3%) have the highest number of people who travel on foot to their desired
destinations. The district municipality need to identify school going children who
travel on foot for more than 5 km’s to schools as the priority of support. Therefore,
bicycle projects (to try to assist the situation) have to be identified. Subsidies will
have to be provided to identify children who will benefit from the project.


2.2.7 Social Services / Public Amenities
2.2.7.1          Education Facilities


The availability and distribution of education facilities in the Central District
Municipalities is depicted on Table 2.17.


       Table 2.15: Education Facilities in Central District Municipality

Type              Ratlou Tswaing Mafikeng           Ditsobotla Ramotshere- Total
                                                                   Moiloa
Combined            2      7            10          5              4                28
Intermediate       15      9            27          8              20               79
Junior Primary      4      22           3           30             5                64
Primary            39      75           85          75             70               344
Secondary           8      10           16          13             15               62
Special             -      2            2           2              4                10
Source: Annual Report, Education 2005




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                   Figure 2.14: Educational facilities in CDM




                                    Special
                                     2%
                                              Combined
                         Secondary              5%
                           11%                           Intermediate
                                                             13%




                                                                Junior Primary
                                                                     11%




                          Primary
                           58%




Table 2.17 and figure 2.14 indicate a total of 587 Education Facilities in the Central
District Municipality. This figure consists of 344 Primary Schools, 64 Junior Primary
Schools, 70 Intermediate Schools, 28 Combined Schools, 62 Secondary Schools and
10 Special Schools. The spatial distribution of primary schools shows that the area is
relatively well covered with these types of facilities. The area with the lowest spatial
distribution of Primary School facilities are large parts of Ratlou, with North Eastern
parts of Ditsobotla as well as the Northern parts of Ramotshere Moiloa Local
Municipality. The spatial distribution of Secondary Schools in the CDM is clearly
mainly concentrated around the larger towns and settlements within the area. There
are large parts of the CDM, which are not covered by Secondary Education facilities.




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2.2.7.2 Health Services


The distribution of health facilities is depicted in Table 2.18 and the attached
thematic maps.


         Table 2.16: Health Facilities in the Central District Municipality

Facility      Ratlou    Tswaing     Mafikeng      Ditsobotla     Ramotshere        Total
                                                                 Moiloa
Clinic        14        7           22            11             24                78
Mobile          -       4           2             6              4                 16
Clinic
Hospital        -       3           3             3              2                 11


The Central District Municipality area is served by 78 Clinics, 16 Mobile Clinics and
11 Hospitals. The spatial distribution of the health facilities is mainly concentrated in
and around the larger towns and settlements. Large parts of the rural areas,
especially in Ratlou, Tswaing and Ditsobotla are poorly served by the health facilities.


2.2.8 Economic Profile


2.2.8.1 Status of the Labour Force in the CDM
Table 2.19 shows the distribution of the population of the CDM in terms of the
status of the labour force.




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               Table 2.17: Status of the Labour Force in CDM

Labour             Local Municipality                                          CDM
Category           Mafikeng     Ditsobotla   Ratlou   Tswaing    Ramotshere    Census    %
                                                                 Moloia        Figures
Employed           18.4        20.0          8.3      18.3       14.1          115339    16.9
Unemployed         17.8        14.8          14.6     9.5        16.3          105723    15.5
Non-               27.6        30.4          54.2     44.5       39.1          241186    35.3
economically
Active
Total   Labour     36.2        34.8          22.9     27.7       30.4          221062    32.4
Force
Total              100         100           100      100        100           683310    100



Table 2.19 shows that about 17% of the population of the CDM were classified as
‘employed’. The unemployed population was about 16%. The non-economically
active population was 35%. The total labour force was about 32% of the population
of the CDM.


2.2.8.2 Industry group Structure


Table 2.20 shows the distribution of the population in the CDM according to
industry groups.




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                                       Table 2.18: Distribution of Population in industry groups within the CDM

Industry group                  Local Municipalities                                              CDM
                                Mafikeng        Ditsobotla   Ratlou   Tswaing        Ramotshere   Census    %
                                                                                     Moloia       Figures
Agriculture/forestry/ fishing   26.6            23.7         39.1     24.2           6.4          22 248    19.3
Community/social/ personal      27.6            21.5         16.2     16             37.1         30 731    26.6
Construction                    3.5             4.1          2.5      3.7            5            4 681     4.1
Electricity/gas/water           0.8             0.2          0.3      0.4            0.8          701       0.6
Financial/insurance/ real       3.9             5.5          2.9      4.5            8.7          6 877     6
estate/business
Manufacturing                   2.8             9.2          3.1      8.6            5            6 386     5.5
Mining/quarrying                3.3             6.8          2.3      2              1.3          2 547     2.2
Other                           0               0            0        0              0            10        0
Private households              9.5             95           16.2     18.8           12.9         16 370    14.2
Transport/storage/              3.2             2.6          2.5      3.6            4.8          4 425     3.8
communication
Undetermined                    7               4.7          4.9      5.5            3.9          5 667     4.9
Wholesale/retail                12.3            12.4         10       12.8           13.8         14 684    12.7
Total                           100             100          100      100            100          115 327   100




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Table 2.20 indicates the following aspects of the distribution of population in industry
groups in the CDM:


   •   Agriculture and mining as the primary sectors employs in 21.5% of the
       economically active population.
   •   Construction, electricity, manufacturing and transport as secondary sectors
       employ only 14.0% of the economically active population.
   •   The tertiary sector (social, financial, wholesale etc) employed 43.8% of the
       economically active population.
   •   Employment in the community/social/personal industry group dominates the
       economy of the CDM (27.6%). This tendency is directly related to the
       employment of workers in the professional and government services such as
       teachers and civil servants.
   •   Agriculture with (19.3%) of the employed persons represented an important
       industry group within the regional economy.
   •   The role of mining as an economic industry group was 2.2 %.
   •   Community/social/personal employment is the strongest industry sector with
       26.6 %. of the employed persons.




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2.2.8.3 Occupation Structure
Table 2.21 shows the occupation structure for the CDM.

                Table 2.19: Occupational Structure in the CDM

Occupation              Local Municipalities                                 CDM
Category                Mafike    Ditsobotl     Ratlo   Tswaing Ramotshe Census          %
                        ng        a             u                re Moloia   Figures
Clerks                  7.9       5.7           6.1     7.9      13.6        11 398      9.9
Craft/Trade             6.9       8             6       9.4      8.5         9335        8.1
Elementary              38.4      40.8          38.6    39.9     25.3        38 658      33.5
Legislators/Senior      4.2       2.4           3.3     3.2      6           5 167       4.5
Officials
Unspecified/Not         0         0             0       0        0           0           0
Economically
Classified
Plant/Machine           5.3       9.5           15.2    9.2      6.1         9 482       8.2
Operators
Professionals           4.6       4.1           3.3     3.8      9.2         7 003       6.1
Service Workers         10.6      5.8           5.6     7        15.3        12 312      10.7
Agricultural/Fishery    5.5       8.7           10.5    8        2.3         6 573       5.7
Technicians             12.1      11.2          7.5     7.6      10.8        11 213      9.7
Undetermined            4.5       4.2           4       3.9      2.9         4191        3.6
Total                   100       100           100     100      100         115 332     100


Table 2.21 reflects the following situation:


   •     In the analysis of the occupation structure of the CDM, a distinction should
         be made between ‘white collar’ occupations and ‘blue collar’ occupations. In
         2006, some 31.2 % of the economically active population was attached to
         ‘white collar’ occupations. This implies that 68.8% were within ‘blue collar’
         occupations.




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•   These tendencies in the occupational structure of the CDM and province at
    large are directly related to forces operational within the industry groups
    (sectors) in the regional and local economies.




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2.3       Current Spatial Reality of the Central District Municipality
 The current spatial reality of the CDM will be analysed based on the design
below:




                                            Settlement
                                             Patterns
            Infra-
          structure                                                    Land
                                                                    Development




                                          Current
     Socio-                               Spatial
   economic                               Reality
    Spatial                                                                Agriculture
    Impact                                                                 Development




                  Environment                              Mining
                                                         Development




2.3.1     Settlement Patterns and Urban Hierarchy


The distribution of settlement patterns clearly shows nodal concentration tendencies
with a dispersed population density within the rural spatial entity. In terms of the
NWSDZP (2004), the hierarchy of the most important settlements in the CDM was
classified based on its present function as follows:




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           •    Mafikeng (secondary regional centre)
           •    Lichtenburg (secondary regional centre)
           •    Zeerust (district centre)
           •    Coligny (district centre)
           •    Delareyville (district centre)
           •    Maipeing (district centre)


In terms of future functions, it is only Mafikeng that will become a primary regional
centre with CDM. All other settlements (towns) will remain in their present
hierarchical order (NWSDZP, 2004).


The role of the settlements in the CDM area can thus predominantly be classified to
be that of local agricultural service centres for their hinterlands. The settlement
pattern in the CDM area is characterised by a distribution of a range of concentrated
urban areas and the settlement pattern in the rest of the study area is evident. Map
16 shows the settlement patterns in the CDM.




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Map 16: Settlement Patterns in CDM




The settlement patterns in the CDM area can be classified into two broad
categories:
   •   Higher density dispersed settlement patterns in close contact to the
       traditional urban nodes/areas.


   •   Low densities and dispersed settlement patterns in the more rural oriented
       periphery of the local spatial systems.


Apart from the formal towns within the local spatial systems, most of the informal
rural settlements are situated within the geographical areas in CDM associated with
the former Bophuthatswana Homeland. The settlement patterns can thus, to a great
extent be attributed to past colonial and apartheid policies and dispensations.




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2.3.2 Spatial Land Use and Environmental Aspects


2.3.2.1 Land Use Patterns and Physical Characteristics
The overall land use pattern within the CDM indicates a number of dominant
features as far as land cover is concerned within the CDM. The south-western parts
of the CDM (Ditsobotla and Tswaing Local Municipalities) are largely dominated by
areas of unimproved grasslands) and commercial farming activities. The dominance of
commercial farming activities within this area is also depicted in the economic data
outline in the subsequent section. The north-eastern as well as the north-western
parts of the CDM is largely characterized by thicket and bust land areas interspersed
with some limited pockets of forest and woodland in the northern parts. An aspect
of specific concern in the CDM is the relatively large part of the south-western area
of the CDM, which is classified as degraded unimproved grassland. Map 17 shows
land use patterns in the CDM.




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Map 17: Land Use Patterns in the CDM




The dominant land cover classes in the CDM are clearly thicket and bush land which
dominates in Ratlou, Mafikeng, and Ramotshere Moiloa local municipalities as well
unimproved grassland which are dominant categories in Tswaing and Ditsobotla.
Both commercial and subsistence farming activities are also important land uses
within all five Local Municipalities.




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              Table 2.20: Central District Municipality: Land Cover

Description                                                    Area(km2)
Barren Rock                                                    0.15
Cultivated: permanent-commercial irrigated                     0.72
Cultivated: temporary-commercial dry land                      5747.82
Cultivated: temporary-commercial irrigated                     193.3
Cultivated: temporary-semi-commercial/subsistence dry land     2486.22
Degraded: forest and woodland                                  38.13
Degraded: thicket and bush land etc                            1968.86
Degraded: unimproved grassland                                 1.6
Forest                                                         0.32
Forest and woodland                                            607.9
Forest plantations                                             104.06
Improved grasslands                                            2.23
Mines and quarries                                             61.81
Shrub land and low Fynbos                                      0.06
Thicket and bush land etc                                      8805.3
Unimproved grassland                                           7221.47
Urban/built-up land: commercial                                8.39
Urban/build-up land: industrial/transport                      5.31
Urban/built-up land: residential                               472.72
Urban/built-up land: residential (small holdings: bush land)   31.38
Urban/built-up land: residential (small holdings: grassland)   9.69
Urban/built-up land: residential (small holdings: woodland)    0.02
Water bodies                                                   50.02
Wetlands                                                       107.78




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           Table 2.21: Dominant Land Classes per Local Municipality

Local            Dominant         Dominant Land Cover 2            Dominant Land Cover 3
Municipality     Land Cover
                 1
Ratlou           Thicket     and Degraded: thicket and bush Cultivated:              temporary-
                 bush        land land etc (20%)                   commercial dry land (16%)
                 (42%)
Tswaing          Unimproved       Cultivated:        temporary- Cultivated: temporary-semi-
                 grassland        commercial dry land (40%)        commercial/subsistence dry
                 (42%)                                             land (7%)
Mafikeng         Thicket     and Cultivated: temporary-semi Unimproved grassland (17%)
                 bush land etc commercial/subsistence
                 (30%)            dries land (24%)
Ditsobotla       Unimproved       Cultivated:        temporary- Cultivated:          temporary-
                 grassland        commercial dry land (33%)        commercial irrigated (1%)
                 (52%)
Ramotshere       Thicket     and Unimproved grassland (8%)         Cultivated: temporary-semi-
Moiloa           bush land etc                                     commercial/subsistence dry
                 (67%)                                             (7%)




2.3.2.2         Land Ownership
Significant part of the Central District Municipality is characterized by state owned
land, large part of which is under control of tribal authorities. These areas are mainly
concentrated in the Ramotshere Moiloa, Mafikeng, and Ratlou local municipalities.
Map 18 shows the land ownership patterns in the Central Municipal District




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Map 18: Land Ownership Patterns in the CDM




Land development considerations:
  •   Land utilisation. In terms of land cover, the CDM area and its local
      municipalities are utilized as shown in Table 2.24




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                    Table 2.22: Land Utilisation patterns in terms of dominant land cover in the CDM area

Land cover description             Mafikeng           Ditsobotla           Ratlou                Tswaing                 Ramotshere         CDM size   CDM
                                                                                                                         Moiloa
                                   Km2        %LM     Km2      %LM         Km2        %LM        Km2          %LM        Km2         %LM
Barren rock                        -          -       -        -           -          -                0.15   0.001      -           -         0.15    0
Cultivated: permanent-commercial   0.21       0.01    0.51     0.01        -          -          -            -          -           -         0.72    0
irrigated
Cultivated: temporary commercial   408.98     11.04   2105     32.5        723.61     15.89          2368.9   39.6           141.1   1.96   5747.82    20.58
dry land
Cultivated: temporary commercial       6.72   0.18    79.95    1.23            1.05       0.02        22.16       0.37       83.42   1.16    193.3         0.69
irrigated.
Cultivated: temporary              889.39     24.01   40.46    0.62        635.54     13.95          412          6.89   508.77      7.06   2486.22        8.9
semi/commercial/subsistence dry
land.
Degraded: forest and woodland          0.35   0.01    -        -           -          -          -            -              37.78   0.52    38.13         0.14
Degraded: thicket and bush land 449.09        12.13   23.13    0.36        914.03     20.07          144.86       2.42   437.37      6.07   1968.86        7.05
etc.
Degraded: unimproved grassland         0.77   0.02    -        -           -          -          -            -               0.83   0.01      1.6         0



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Forest                               -           -       -        -           -           -                0.32       0.01   -            -             0.32        0
Forest and woodland                      1.02    0.21    53.09    0.82            30.12       0.66        26.62       0.44       497.05   6.9         607.9     2.18
Forest plantations                       7.92    0.03    42.35    0.65             0.96       0.02        52.52       0.88         0.27   0.004       104.06    0.37
Improved grassland                       1.42    0.04    -        -           -           -                0.81       0.01   -            -             2.23    0
Mines and quarries                   11.65       0.31    37.08    0.57        -           -                0.09   0.001           12.99       0.18     61.81    0.22
Shrub land and low fynbos            -           -       -        -           -           -          -            -                0.06   0.008         0.06    0
Thicket and bush land etc            1109.1      29.95   631.39   9.75        1914.4      42.04          321.48       5.37   4828.81      67.01      8805.30    31.53
Unimproved grassland                 619.39      16.72   3383.3   52.23       163.48          3.59   2499.6       41.78          555.62       7.71   7221.47    25.86
Urban built up land: commercial           5.23   0.14    1.89     0.03            0.26        0.01         0.76       0.01         0.25   0.003         8.39        0.03
Urban built up land:                      1.67   0.05    2.25     0.03        -           -                1.01       0.02         0.38       0.01      5.31        0.01
industrial/transport
Urban built up land: residential     151.94      4.1     32.43    0.5         162.69          3.57        43.47       0.73         82.2       1.14    472.72        1.69
Urban built up land: residential         25.25   0.68    6.13     0.09        -           -          -            -          -            -             31.38       0.11
(small holdings: bush land)
Urban built up land: residential (   -           -       9.29     0.14        -           -          -            -                 0.4       0.01       9.69       0.03
small holdings: grassland)
Urban built up land: residential:    -           -       -        -           -           -          -            -                0.02   0.002          0.02   0
(small holdings: woodland)
Water bodies                              3.8    0.1     4.44     0.07             5.97       0.13   19.66            0.33        16.15       0.22      50.02       0.18




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Wetlands    9.59   0.26   24.51   0.38           2.92   0.06   68.06    1.14      2.69   0.04    107.78   0.39
Total      3703.6 100     6477.2 100          4555.03   100    5982.47 100     7206.2    100    27925.26 100




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Table 2.25: Current land reform projects in the CDM.


   Local          Common-    Settlement   Settlement   Settlement   Agricultural   LRAD      State land   Application   Total area
   Municipality   age (ha)                and          and mining   production                                          (ha)
                                          production
   Ditsobotla     (1) 72     0            (3)2290      0            (1) 205        (4) 889   (20) 5244    Prior 2004    (31) 10 934


   Tswaing        0          0            2000         0            (2) 375        0         0            Prior 2004    (3) 2 375


 Ramotshere       (2) 1838   (1) 3200     0            0            (1) 411        (5) 656   (2)1685      Prior 2004    (11) 7 790
  Moiloa
  CDM             (3) 1910   (1) 3200     (4) 4290     0            (4) 991        (9)1545   (22)69329    Prior 2004    (45) 21 099


     Source: NWSDZP(2004)




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Table 2.25 shows that a total area of 21 099 ha is being considered for various land
reform projects within the CDM. The lack of such projects (information) within
Mafikeng and Ratlou local municipalities inhibits the drawing of specific spatial
implications.


2.3.2.3 Agricultural development


Agricultural development in the CDM is in spatial context directly related to
potential and land development considerations. In terms of the NWSDZP (2004)
agriculture is important in local spatial planning and development for the following
reasons:


                  I. The agricultural sector provides direct employment opportunities
                     to grow the local economy.
                 II. The indirect effects of agriculture on the local economy (within
                     the local municipalities and CDM level) is substantial, through
                     providing inputs into the manufacturing sector; providing
                     employment to unskilled and low-skilled labour in rural areas,
                     through providing incomes that sustain employment in the trade,
                     transport and service sectors in much of the local economy.
                 III. The agricultural sector is, apart from mining, the only sector in the
                     local economy acknowledged to have a comparative advantage.


Agriculture development in terms of present utilisation patterns and potential forms
core considerations in the compilation of the SDF for CDM and its institutional
substructures.


However, from the perspective of spatial planning and development, it should be
noted that the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment has
developed strategic goals impacting on land development:


       •   Enhance equitable access and participation.
       •   Improve competitiveness and profitability
       •   Ensure sustainable natural resource utilization and management
       •   Promote good governance
       •   Integrated sustainable rural development


These strategic goals on sustainable resource utilisation are relevant to SDF
compilation, and therefore, the strategic objectives are listed as follows:


       •   To administer land under Power of Attorney (PoA).
       •   To implement programmes to manage natural resources in line with the
           requirements of the relevant international conventions and agreements.
       •   Creating community awareness and empowerment to ensure sustainable
           resource utilisation and management.
       •   To identify and ensure the sustainable use and management of ecologically
           sensitive or otherwise important environments and natural heritage sites.
       •   To conduct environmental, agricultural and conservation monitoring and
           reporting in terms of the provincial, national and international legislative
           requirements.
       •   To ensure compliance with environmental pollution control, waste
           management, environmental rehabilitation, and environmental impact
           prevention policy and legislation.
       •   Administer an environmental and conservation resource-use permit
           system in terms of the provision, national and international legislative
           requirements.


The NWSDZP, (2004) provide a detailed analysis of the present status quo related
to agriculture and its development potential within the province. The main
agriculture products in CDM include maize, sunflower seeds, groundnuts, and
livestock farming. This means that the agriculture planning and development in the
CDM area should be carefully managed in terms of potential market related factors
and sustainable considerations.




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Agriculture development needs to be developed in conjunction with other sectors as
its impacts and integration overarches several other sectors and factors within the
development cycle.


From the preceding discussions, the following spatial implications can be deduced:


   •   The geographical area of the Ditsobotla local municipality has on average the
       highest soil potential for maize production.
   •   The soil potential to the south western portions of CDM decreases
       significantly.
   •   If grazing capacity is considered, the eastern portion of CDM has the most
       potential for livestock farming with and average of 5.5 ha per livestock unit.

2.3.3 Mining Development


Mining activities development and potential in the province are predominantly
concentrated in the North Eastern geographical area of CDM. This area is also
adjacent to the core mining activities driving development within the Bojanala
District Municipality (BDM). Mining development within this geographical entity of
CDM includes vanadium, zinc, fluorspar, magnesite, phosphate, silimanite, andulusite,
amosite (asbestos), gold, platinum, diamond (alluvial), chrome, copper, iron, lead,
manganese and nickel mining and exploration. In the south western part of CDM,
mining activities are restricted to less diversity consisting mainly of diamond (alluvial),
sillimanite, iron, pyrophylite, gold, and copper mining. What is of significance in the
preparation of the SDF is the scale of these mining activities and its spatial
distribution characteristics. The following considerations and factors relating to
mining are of importance from a spatial development perspective:


   •   The location, type of ore body and the development phase of mineral
       extraction and exploitation.
   •   Production factors such as costs, market factors (supply, demand and price)
       etc.




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   •   Accessibility of the ore body in terms of labour, transport costs of raw
       material, refinery and extraction possibilities etc.
   •   Access to labour resources.
   •   Support services (infrastructure, housing, social services, etc) required to
       enable mining process.
   •   Environmental impact and requirements
   •   Land ownership and land reform
   •   Mineral rights.


From a planning and development point of view, the utilization of such mineral
deposits is of importance to grow and develop the local economy. At the same time,
the goals and objectives of sustainable development should be emphasized and that
the preparation of Environmental Management Plans (EMP) for each mine should be
articulated with the goals and objectives as included in this SDF and other SDF’s for
the adjacent institutional entities. Map 19 shows the mining activities in the CDM.


Map 19: Mining Activities in the CDM




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The impact of the Mining Charter and a developing policy and legislative framework
for mining through Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) should be
taken into consideration. Mining activities and its spatial distribution will have an
important form giving impact in the formulation of the SDF for the study area.



2.3.4 Environmental Considerations


The document ‘Central District Municipality Environmental Management Framework:
Status Quo: First Draft’ prepared in 2005 (CDMEMF) provides detailed data and
information on the environment for the CDM area. The environmental analysis for
the SDF will only deal with certain core aspects that will impact on spatial planning
and development in the CDM.


2.3.4.1 Physical factors


           •   Topography
The topography of CDM can mainly be classified as ‘flat’ (68%), with 15% of the total
area described as ‘mountainous’ and 17% as ‘rolling’. Map 20 shows topography of
the CDM.
Map 20: Topography of the CDM




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The area classified as mountainous is mainly located in the northern parts of the
CDM (Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality). Within this municipality, 47% of the
area can be described as mountainous.


The central and south-western parts of the CDM (Mafikeng, Ditsobotla, Ratlou and
Tswaing Local Municipalities) are predominantly flat with some limited mountainous
areas in the northern parts of Mafikeng and Distsobotla municipalities. The balance
of CDM can be classified as ‘flat’ (68%).


            •   Geology


Although a detailed description of the geology of the study area falls outside the
scope of this report, in the formulation of spatial development proposals for CDM,
some considerations in this regard will be referred to.


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


The broad soil types for the study area and their spatial distribution are shown on
Map 21. In simplified manner, the broad soil types indicate that the dominant profile
in the CDM is red and yellow sandy, well drained soil of a high base status in the
western parts; red yellow and grey soils with a high base status in the central
southern and far northern parts; and red massive or weak structured soils of a high
base status in the north eastern parts. Map 21 shows the main soil types in the CDM




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Map 20: Main Soil Types in the CDM




2.3.4.2      Vegetation


The vegetation of CDM can be described as follows:


     (i)      The central and southern parts mainly comprise of sour mixed bushveld
              and dry Cymbopogon- Themeda veld.
     (ii)     The drier western parts are mainly characterised by Kalahari thornveld
              and shrub bushveld.
     (iii)    The eastern parts are mainly covered by Banken veld and
              Cymbopogon-
     (iv)     Themeda veld (sandy).
     (v)      The extreme northern part is characterised by turf thornveld and
              mixed bushveld areas.


2.3.4.3 Water and Climate
The State of the Environment Report for North West Province (2002) provides
detailed data and information on water and climate spatial implications. Rainfall in
the study area varies between 400 to 600mm annually.         A limited part of the
geographical area adjacent to the eastern boundary has slightly higher rainfall
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calculated at 600mm. Thunderstorms and hail do occur but are lower than the
figures obtained for the Highveld region. The CDM area is distinguished from the
Highveld region on the grounds of the difference shown in climatic statistics. As far
as the temperatures are concerned, it is noticeable that it is in excess of 40.6
degrees and absolute minimum between -3.3 c and -7.9 c.


The following aspects relating to water availability and climate impacting in the CDM
should be noted:


2.3.4.3.1 Spatial Water Supply
In accordance with the Water Service Act 1997, the Central District municipality is a
Water Service Authority (WSA). The district is required to prepare Water Service
Development Plans for its area of jurisdiction. The Water Service Development
Plans for Mafikeng, Ditsobotla, and Ramotshere Moiloa local municipalities are in
progress.


Water supply in the CDM is dictated by unpredictable rainfall, high evaporation
rates, low conversion of runoff and an increasing demand for extension of services.
The study area can generally be classified to be an arid entity. The local water
resources comprises of river systems, dams, pans, wetland and dolomitic eyes fed by
underground water sources. Ground and surface water are integrated and
interdependent. The water resources comprise river systems, dams, pans, wetlands
and dolomitic eyes fed by underground water sources. The Botshelo, Sedibeng and
Magalies Water Boards serve the CDM area. The internal water resources in the
study area are complemented by the importation of bulk potable water through
Botshelo Water Board. Map 21 shows the water boards serving the CDM.




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Map 21: Water Boards in the CDM




The following sections illustrate the spatial distribution of the different water sources
in the CDM.


2.3.4.3.1.1     Surface Water sources
The spatial impact of water supply and needs in CDM should be viewed against the
following objective:


To ensure that water services are provided effectively and efficiently to all
consumers within the CDM. The specific aim of this objective will be to ensure
access to safe water supply to all communities, to ensure provision of free basic
water according to national guidelines and to provide appropriate sanitation
infrastructure in line with end user affordability’.


The spatial impact of water supply and water needs in the study area can be
summarised as follows:


   •   Migration patterns of the population to urban nodes, increase in numbers,
       increase in wealth and standard of living exerts pressure on available water
       resources. These impacts are not spread evenly over the spatial system and

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       different impacts can be identified for certain geographical areas in the study
       area. This statement applies specifically to the water diversity position that
       exists between the eastern and western regions of the CDM area.
   •   Increase in the demand for water within the agricultural and mining sectors.
       Mining exerts a negative pressure on the CDM water resources not only in
       terms of increase in demand but also for its negative impact on the aquatic
       environment. These pressures also exist as far as the catchments areas of
       surface water resources in adjacent areas are concerned.
   •   There is a substantial import of water from outside the study area.
       Extensions to the supply schemes follow the direction of growth based on
       isolated mining activities and urban needs.
   •   Approximately 40% (communal taps) of the population in CDM can be
       classified as having access to treated (potable) water. Some 38.9% of the
       population is still reliant on untreated sources (inadequate provision) of
       water supply. This phenomenon is especially related to the rural components
       of CDM.
   •   Pollution impacts negatively on water resources of the study area. Most of
       the pollution relates to agricultural activities, mining activities, effluent
       discharges, urban and agricultural runoff and from pollution sources from
       outside the CDM area.
   •   The backlogs in provision of potable water to households are being
       addressed through CMIP and MIG programmes. The development of water
       infrastructure tends to follow development focus areas such as mining and
       housing provision in CDM.
   •   To retain the long-term stability of the study area’s water resources,
       DWAF’s Water Management System needs to be implemented and co-
       ordinated within the contents of the spatial development framework for the
       CDM area.


There are four driving forces affecting surface water resources in the CDM area.
These include climatic conditions, increased population growth, increases in mining
and industrial demand for water, policy and legislation issues. For the purposes of
formulating the SDF, pressures impacting on surface water resources should also be


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identified. An increase in population exerts pressure on the environmental quality
and quantity of water resources. It results in greater demand for water as well as an
increase in the discharge of used water through sewerage systems and other
effluents. The pressures exerted on the water resources include changed hydrology
patterns in the major river systems; the impact of mining activities on water
resources; increased water demand by the agricultural sector; increased water
demand in the industry sector (largely supporting the mining and agricultural sectors)
and the increasing needs of a developing tourism sector.


Surface water resources in the study area include rivers, dams, pans, wetlands and
dolomitic eyes/ springs. There is a scarcity of surface water resources as many of the
resources are non-perennial. The amount of available surface water decreases from
east to west in the CDM area. The eastern portions have higher surface water flows
than the western portions. The primary and secondary catchments of CDM partly
fall within the boundaries of the study area. Map 22 shows the primary catchment
area in the CDM.


Map 22: The Primary Catchment Area in the CDM




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Map 23 shows the secondary catchment area in the CDM.




Map 23: Secondary Catchment Area in the CDM




Table 2.26 shows the major river catchments for the CDM.

                 Table 2.23: Major River Catchments in CDM

Main river            Primary            Secondary           Tertiary
                      Pienaars           Apies
                      Elands             Selons              Koster
                                         Brakfonteinspruit
                      Hex                Waterkloofspruit
                      Sterkstroom
Crocodile             Magalies           Scheerpoort         Nouklip-oog
                                         Maloney’s Eye
                      Swartspruit
                      Hennops            Rietspruit
                      Jukskei            Klein Jukskei
                      Bloubankspruit
Limpopo               Groot Marico       Klein Marico
Source: Midgley, et. Al 1990.



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Table 2.27 gives an indication of the North West Province catchments in terms of
mean average runoff 10million/m3


                      Table 2.24: North West Province Catchments MAR

River                                         MAR (10 million m3 )
Crocodile River                               209.5
Elands/ Hex River                             112.3
Marico River                                  125.5
Molopo River                                  49.2
Mooi River                                    238.9
Vaal River                                    50.1
Harts River                                   147.7
Source: Midgley et.al. 1994


There are 8 large impoundments (dams) within the study area. Map 24 shows the
location of rivers and dams in the CDM area.




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Map 24: Location of Rivers and Dams in the CDM




These impoundments provide water for domestic supply, mining industry, agriculture
and recreation. Although the majority of consumers in CDM are reliant on
groundwater sources, there are however also a number of significant surface water
sources that are being utilised. These include the following:


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


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




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   -   The Ngotwane Water Supply Scheme is located in the Ramotshere Moiloa
       Local Municipality within the CDM. This scheme provides water to the
       communities of Ga-Seane, Loblateng, Makgwapnana (Rietgat), Tsholofelo and
       Driefontein. The total number of households serviced by this water scheme
       is approximately 2000.


   -   The Motswedi Water Supply Scheme is located in the Ramotshere Moiloa
       Local Municipality. It abstracts water from the Sehujwane Dam; where after
       water is treated at the Motsedi Water Treatment Works. This scheme
       supplies water to the communities of Reagile, Borakolalo, Motswedi, Gopane
       East, Gopane West and Sebalagane. The total number of households serviced
       by this water supply scheme is approximately 4 480.


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


There is a substantial import of water from outside of CDM.


This action is necessitated in the light of the fact that some of the surface water in
the area is polluted to a varying degree from mining activities (through acid mine
drainage), effluent discharges, urban and agricultural runoff and from pollution
sources outside the study area. The shortage of sufficient quantities of raw water
within certain geographical areas where development pressures are being
experienced, contributes further to this phenomenon.


There are two major water quality problems in the study area related to
eutrophication and salinisation. These problems are the direct result of excessive
loads of chemicals from agricultural, industrial and domestic sources. Eutrophication
is probably the most serious problem as it has led to nuisance algal blooms and plant
growths in rivers and dams in CDM within certain water sources.




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2.3.4.3.1.2 Groundwater Sources


Ground and surface water are integrated and interdependent as dolomitic eyes or
springs are the sources of several of the major river systems. These river systems
include the Groot Marico and Molopo Rivers. Map 25 shows the spatial distribution
of the ground water potential in the CDM.




Map 25: The spatial distribution of the ground water potential in the CDM




Groundwater is of vital importance in the study area as it is in many instances the
only source of water for the rural population particularly in the more arid and
western region. More than 82% of the rural communities in the CDM depend on
groundwater supply for domestic purposes. For a detailed discussion on the water
source profile in terms of quantity and quality in CDM, refer to the WSDP, 2003.
The State of the Environment Report (2003) identified the following driving forces
impacting on groundwater quality and quantity: climate, population growth,
urbanisation, policy and legislation.




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As far as pressures on groundwater resources are concerned, it is influenced by two
main factors: groundwater depletion and quality deterioration. Mining activities also
exert significant pressure on groundwater quality in the study area.


This includes mineralization of groundwater resources, acid mine drainage from
adjacent areas and disturbance of the natural water balance. Salinisation sources in
the CDM area also originates from the geology within the area.


Some 78% of groundwater in CDM is classified by DWAF (1996) to be Class 0 and
Class 1 water. Within Class 0, water is of ideal quality. Class 1water depicts water
that is of good quality suitable for lifetime use with little health effects. Some 22% of
groundwater falls within the Class 2 and Class 3 categories where use of such water
is considered to be a health risk.


2.3.4.3.1.3    Spatial Impact of Water Supply and Needs


The spatial impact of water supply and needs in CDM should be viewed against the
objective as contained in the IDP.


‘To ensure that water services are provided effectively and efficiently to all
consumers within the CDM. The specific aim of this objective will be to ensure
access to safe water supply to all communities, to ensure provision of free basic
water according to national guidelines and to provide appropriate sanitation
infrastructure in line with end user affordability’.


The spatial impact (form giving) of water supply and water needs in the study area
can be summarised as follows:


(i)    Migration patterns of the population to urban nodes, increase in numbers,
       increase in wealth and standard of living exerts pressure on available water
       resources. These impacts are not spread evenly over the spatial system and
       different impacts can be identified for certain geographical areas in the study




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        area. This statement applies specifically to the water diversity position that
        exists between the eastern and western regions of the CDM area.
(ii)    Increase in the demand for water within the agricultural and mining sectors.
        Mining exerts a negative pressure on the CDM water resources not only in
        terms of increase in demand but also for its negative impact on the aquatic
        environment. These pressures also exist as far as the catchments areas of
        surface water resources in adjacent areas are concerned.
(iii)   There is a substantial import of water from outside the study area.
        Extensions to the supply schemes follow the direction of growth based on
        isolated mining activities and urban needs.
(iv)    Approximately 40% (communal taps) of the population in CDM can be
        classified as having access to treated (potable) water. Some 38.9% of the
        population is still reliant on untreated sources (inadequate provision) of
        water supply. This phenomenon is especially related to the rural components
        of CDM.
(v)     Pollution impacts negatively on water resources of the study area. Most of
        the pollution relates to agricultural activities, mining activities, effluent
        discharges, urban and agricultural runoff and from pollution sources from
        outside the CDM area.
(vi)    The backlogs in provision of potable water to households are being
        addressed through CMIP and MIG programmes. The development of water
        infrastructure tends to follow development focus areas such as mining and
        housing provision in CDM.
(vii)   To retain the long-term stability of the study area’s water resources,
        DWAF’s Water Management System needs to be implemented and co-
        ordinated within the contents of the spatial development framework for the
        CDM area.




 2.3.4.4    Spatial Distribution of Sanitation Services


Access to sanitation services in CDM is being dictated by the distribution of urban
concentrations and thus the level of urbanisation. Higher order sanitation services


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are predominantly available in the urban clusters in the study area. This phenomenon
is the result of density of population, economy of scale advantages, availability of
water and the CDM and Local Municipalities’ access to funding resources for the
provision of improved sanitation services.     Map 26 shows the spatial distribution of
sanitation projects in the CDM




Map 26: Spatial Distribution of Sanitation Projects in the CDM




Specific spatial implications of sanitation services on the preparation of the spatial
development framework for the CDM can be summarised as follows:


                  i.    Major sewer infrastructure is only available in the towns and
                        major towns   within CDM area.
                 ii.    Upgrading of existing sewerage systems tend to follow the
                        pattern of water and housing development projects in CDM.
                 iii.   Provision and upgrading of sanitation services in the rural
                        areas of CDM is a necessity. In order to implement such
                        provision and upgrading programme,




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                iv.   Consideration should be given to consolidation o f such rural
                      villages to enhance economy of scale advantages and to
                      prevent duplication of capital-intensive infrastructure.
                 v.   Development and urban integration proposals should follow
                      the areas where bulk sewer infrastructure is available or
                      where viable and sustainable possibilities for extension exist.


2.3.4.5 Spatial Distribution and implications of electricity services
Map 27 shows the spatial distribution of electricity supply network in the CDM.




Map 27: Spatial Distribution of Electricity Supply Network in the CDM




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   The following implications for spatial development based on the supply and demand
   patterns for electricity in the CDM area can be deduced:
       •   As in the case of water supply and sanitation services, bulk electricity
           infrastructure is predominantly distributed in and around the clusters and
           nodes in the CDM area.
       •   There is a need to consolidate the dispersed rural villages in CDM area in
           order to ensure sufficient scale advantages to address and reduce backlogs in
           infrastructure.
       •   Electricity provision closely correlates with developments in the agricultural
           sector, mining sector and housing developments.


2.3.4.6    Spatial Distribution of Transport Services and Infrastructure


Transport and more specifically, the integration between transport and land use, fulfils a
decisive role in the social, economic and physical development of any region.          The
National Government has identified transport as one of its five main priority areas for
socio-economic development. The North West Province in 1999 compiled Roads
Master Plan (NWRMP) for the province. This document holds specific implications for
the formulation of the SDF. The NWRMP point of departure was that the demand for
roads is derived from the demand for transport, which in turn is derived from the
demand for goods and services and the spatial distribution of land uses and economic
activities. This statement is also applicable to the role of transport in the formulation of
a spatial development framework for the SDF in CDM. The North West Department of
Public Works and Roads also commenced in 2002 with the compilation of a
comprehensive transport study of which the results will be of significance for policy
formulation and specifically the compilation of the SDF.


In order to understand the transportation needs in CDM, the distribution of population
in relation to the hierarchy of economic centres should be taken as the point of
departure. In the formulation of the SDF for the CDM area, the spatial dimensions are
important. The improvement of linkages between population settlements, urban and




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 manufacturing locations need to be taken into consideration from an underdeveloped
 versus developed spatial perspective.


 From a macro perspective, the North West Province has an extensive road
 infrastructure that connects the towns and major centres with the other provincial and
 national spatial systems. This connection focuses on the movement of people, goods and
 services and is vital for inter-regional integration, development and contact. This
 statement also applies to CDM.


 From the district spatial distribution of traffic, it is evident that the majority of traffic
 movements occur within the central and eastern portion of CDM. It is in direct
 proportion to the distribution of economic activities. The routes connecting the urban
 nodes of Lichtenburg, Mafikeng and Zeerust attract the highest volumes of traffic.


The following strategic priorities were identified in the NWRMP from an economic
analysis point of view:


     •   Increase budgetary allocations and priorities in the provision and maintenance of
         physical infrastructure.
     •   Focus on heavy freight movement facilitation
     •   Focus on tourism roads
     •   Create road funding mechanisms
     •   Maximise the province’s potential as a Through Traffic province
     •   Optimise the opportunities afforded by the Platinum SDI
     •   Improve access to inputs and labour for industrialisation
     •   Address roads in crucial rural areas
     •   Provide roads for orderly urbanisation and rural development
     •   Improve linkages with SADC (North West Road Master Plan, 1999).


     The spatial development initiatives (SDI’s) will impact on transport planning and
     development in the CDM area. The Platinum Corridor SDI and toll road will form
     the central connecting spine of a modern highway, stretching from the Namibian



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Port of Walvis Bay via Botswana in the west through the NWP to the Mozambican
port of Maputo in the east (Maputo Corridor).


The development corridor will have specific implications in the spatial development
of the urban nodes of Marico and Zeerust. The other development corridor that will
impact on the preparation of the SDF for CDM, relates to the Western Frontier
Corridor. This development corridor will connect the proposed Platinum Corridor
and the Treasure Corridor within the Southern District Municipality through the
urban nodes of Madeking, Vryburg and Taung.


The Government has formulated eight strategic objectives regarding development of
transport infrastructure (White Paper on National Transport Policy, 1996).


   •   Establish sound inter-modal coordinating structures.
   •   Maintain and develop the transportation infrastructure system, and prioritise
       its development in terms of sustainable economic and development needs.
   •   Foster a sound financial base for transportation infrastructure.
   •   Aid the promotion of a strong, diverse, efficient and competitive
       transformation    industry   within   the   limits   of   sustainable   transport
       infrastructure.
   •   Promote environmental protection and resource conservation.
   •   Enhance the competitiveness of South African industry and the quality of life
       of its citizens by providing protection of consumers, safety and security, and
       meeting accessibility, reliability and mobility needs by providing transport
       infrastructure.
   •   Ensure that the transport needs of the country’s disabled population are
       taken into account when new infrastructure is planned and designed.
   •   Advanced human resource development in the provision of transportation
       infrastructure.
   •   The principles as contained in the White Paper were taken forward with the
       initiation of the Moving South African Project (1999) consisting of a 20-year
       strategic framework for transportation in South Africa.



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   •   Transportation infrastructure consists of all physical elements used in support
       of the movement of people, goods and services. It includes road systems,
       railway systems, airports, harbours, pipelines, inter-change and inter-modal
       facilities and associated dedicated power and communication systems.


Map 28 shows the spatial distribution of transport infrastructure in the CDM


Map 28: Transport Infrastructure in the CDM




The North West Province in 1999 compiled a Roads Master Plan (NWRMP) on
provincial level. In the document, the point of departure was that the demand for
roads is derived from the demand for transport, which in turn is derived from the
demand for goods and services, and the spatial distribution of land user and
economic activities. This statement is also applicable to the role of transport in the
formulation of a spatial development framework for CDM.


As far as the role of transport of CDM level is concerned, the NWRMP contains
certain guiding giving information:


   •   The extent of the transport infrastructure in CDM.


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   •   The current road classification in terms of international and inter-regional
       strategic roads in CDM.


In the NWRMP, the following strategic route classes in CDM were identified:
   •   Primary Routes consisting of national routes, provincial routes (serving inter-
       provincial travel) and future primary roads.
   •   Secondary routes consisting of existing and future provincial primary or
       secondary roads that serve intra-provincial travel.
   •   Tertiary routes consisting of roads serving as major collectors and
       considered to be important for rural travel corridors.


The international and inter-regional strategic routes in the CDM area are important
in the preparation of the SDF. Map 29 shows the spatial distribution of international
and inter-regional roads in the CDM


Map 29: The spatial Distribution of International and Inter-Regional Roads
in the CDM, 2006




The functional roles of the routes/roads in the CDM will form a vital form-giving
element in the formulation of the SDF on district as well as local level.


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The distribution of population in relation to the hierarchy of economic centres is
important in the planning of transport infrastructure. The improvement of linkages
between population settlements, urban and manufacturing locations need to be taken
into consideration in the planning and upgrading of road infrastructure within CDM.


Freight transport in CDM is characterised by the movement of bulk agricultural,
mining and chemical products. It includes the transportation of hazardous substances
in transit from Gauteng Province to urban nodes within CDM. Some of the freight
moving through the CDM area has Botswana as destination.


The quantity and nature of the hazardous substances are not known at this stage.
Origin and destination studies of freight transport should be instituted in order to
inform transport policy and disaster management perspectives.


The Road Infrastructure Strategic Framework for South Africa (2002), published by
the National Department of Roads for discussion purposes, indicated that the
general state of roads in the North West Province generally deteriorated in the
period 1998 to 2001.


From the calculated Visual Condition Index (VCI), the data for the North West
Province indicated that the percentage of surfaced roads in a poor to very poor
condition increased from 15% in 1998 to 20% in 2001. Similar tendencies exist in the
case of the CDM area. The tendency is negative from a spatial development
perspective.


Maintenance on the other classes of roads also needs further attention as the
present maintenance programmes represent crisis management with the risk of
losing this important development asset.


The level of funding for maintenance of roads in the province and on district level
declined dramatically in the recent past. It is estimated that the total backlog for
maintenance and rehabilitation on provincial level is R1.3 billion. The total annual


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development and upgrading need is estimated at R1 077 million per annum. The
development and upgrading cost requires a further R 256 million.


Maintenance of rural and inter-town road infrastructure is the responsibility of the
NWP and local and district municipalities. The biggest problem with the maintenance
and extension of the existing road network is the availability of funding for such
programmes.


The preparation of Integrated Transport Plans (ITP’s) on CDM level will provide
sufficient data and information to devise proper strategic approaches to manage the
road infrastructure in the province.


For the purpose of this analysis, the traditional performance measures of a road
system should be extended due to the need for a paradigm shift in which the
following measures should be used to guide transportation decision making in an era
of growth and development management in the province and on CDM level:


   •   Mobility, measuring the ease with which individuals can move about on the
       road systems and transportation mode.
   •   Accessibility, measuring the ease with which any desired activity can be
       reached from any particular location.
   •   Liveability, representing the general attractiveness and quality of life in the
       immediate areas served by the transportation facilities (infrastructure)
   •   Sustainability,   representing   the    ability   of   transportation      facilities
       (infrastructure) to meet travel needs of the present without compromising
       future generations in terms of impacts on natural resources and the
       environment (Road Infrastructure Strategic Framework, 2002, p.4. Discussion
       paper, NDOT).


In terms of the IDP the strategic objective of the CDM is based on the following
approach:




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   •   Strategy 1: Prepare a comprehensive roads and storm water maintenance and
       upgrading programme.
   •   Strategy 2: Prepare appropriate business plans to access funding in line with
       the maintenance and upgrading programme.
   •   Strategy 3: To support procurement of road maintenance projects to local
       contracts.
   •   Strategy 4: Prepare an Integrated Transport Plan for the Central District.


At local municipal level the objectives inter alia include:


   •   To upgrade existing road network and provide functional roads (link and
       internal)
   •   To extend rural road networks
   •   Upgrade existing storm water networks and to ensure that peoples lives are
       not endangered.
   •   To improve accessibility between main centres and rural villages/access
   •   To install visible road signs in all areas
   •   To provide pedestrian crossing over river beds
   •   Increase Municipal Resources to assist in maintenance of roads.


   2.3.4.6.1    Rail transport


Other modes of transport applicable in CDM consist of railway infrastructure. Rail is
seen as an essential long-term component of both freight and passenger transport
networks in CDM due to its location adjacent to Botswana. The provision and
maintenance of rail infrastructure are determined by market needs and commercial
viability. The NEPAD development initiative will soon give new impetus to the
development and upgrading of the rail mode.


The National Transport Authority (Transnet) owns the commuter rail infrastructure.
Recent restructuring of Transnet and its business units will have an important impact
on the role of rail transport in preparation of the SDF for CDM. The rail network in
CDM comprises critical linkages in the national and regional networks, i.e. on the


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East West line (Maputo-Rustenburg-Gaborone-Windhoek-Walvis Bay) and the
Central corridor (Botswana-Zimbabwe-Zambia).


Rail transport is an important mode in the movement of freight between CDM and
the other SADC countries. Furthermore, it is noted that rail transport forms the
backbone of the movement of the primary sector’s products (mining and agriculture)
in the study area. The regeneration of the rail network through concession practices
needs to be investigated. The presence of this valuable and vast infrastructure asset
and the support it may render towards the diminishing integrity of the paved road
system (due to deteriorating surface condition), needs to be investigated from a
development perspective.


2.3.4.6.2   Air transport


It is the declared policy of the North West Province to promote aviation, and for
Mafikeng to become the aviation capital. The study area has one international. The
Mafikeng Airport is an important hub in the regional air network, especially as far as
tourism is concerned. This facility has amongst the highest ratings and design
standards in Southern Africa and plans have been mooted to covert this airport into
an aviation training academy for the region. It is supported by International
Organisations such as the African Civil Aviation Committee (AFCAC), African
Airlines Association (Af&A) and the International Civil Aviation Organisation
(ICAO). Minor airports/runways are provided in Zeerust LM (2) and Ditsobotla local
municipality (Lichtenburg).


2.3.4.6.3   Passenger transport


According to the White Paper on National Transport Policy (1996), the financial and
executive power is located with the lower tier transport authorities CDM and its
LM’s, whereas, the North West Province is mainly responsible for coordination and
planning. Outside CDM and its local municipality areas, the NWP Transport
Department is fully responsible for ensuring the provision of rural transport




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infrastructure facilities and services. NWP passenger transport functions and
responsibilities include:


    •   Administration of long-distance passenger transport (in consultation with the
        other provinces and Botswana).
    •   Developing provincial and passenger transport policy and legislation.
    •   Delimitation and designation of passenger transport areas and transport
        authorities.
    •   Setting provincial norms and standards.
    •   Coordination of passenger transport among lower level authorities.
    •   Implementation, monitoring and revision of provincial passenger transport
        policy.
    •   Approval of transport plans
    •   Ensuring, undertaking the planning, design, construction, maintenance and
        funding of public transport operations and infrastructure.
    •   Ensuring the provision of public transport services.
    •   Provision of transport funding, including subsidisation.
    •   Coordination of land use and transport planning at Provincial level.
    •   Advising the Provincial Department Tribunals to ensure that policies in the
        Provincial and local transport and spatial development frameworks are
        reflected in development decisions.
    •   Law enforcement (White Paper on National Transport Policy, 1996).


The Government recognises public passenger transport as a basic need, and strives
to ensure that it is provided efficiently so that, public resources are used in an
optimal manner. The public passenger system will be based on regulated
competition, which will be in the form of a permission, contract or concession
awarded in terms of a passenger transport plan.


As far as the taxi industry is concerned, some 73 taxi associations have been
registered in the CDM area. Given the importance of passenger bus transport to
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deterioration in public transport will adversely affect the movement patterns within
the CDM area.


2.3.4.6.4 Spatial impact of transportation


From the information included above, the following considerations for the
formulation of the SDF for CDM will be of significance:


   o The existing accessibility levels within the study area.
   o The function of roads and transport modes in economic development.
   o The physical impact and influence of transport in the growing and
       development of agriculture, mining, manufacturing, tourism and heavy freight
       movement and facilitation.
   o Transportation of hazardous substances in vehicles en route through the
       study area.
   o Upgrading and maintenance of existing transport infrastructure.
   o Strategic approaches in the regeneration of the rail mode of transport.
   o Strategic allocation of priority funding in order to optimise land use
       development and urbanisation in a sustainable fashion.
   o The integration of land use and transport planning.
   o The promotion of modal integration.


2.3.4.7     Spatial Distribution of Communication Services


2.3.4.7.1     Access and distribution to telephones


Access to telephones (land lines as well as mobiles) is a vital component of
infrastructure development to the population in the CDM area. Access to
telephones had been already been discussed. CDM is partly served with cell phone
networks operated by Vodacom, MTN and Cell C. An analysis of the geographical
areas served by these respective networks indicated that portions of the north-
western part of the Ramotshere Moiloa local municipality are without signal for cell




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phone services. Parts of the other local municipal areas are also depended on the
distribution of cell phone masts and the prevailing topography.


2.3.4.7.2    Internet


Access to the Internet is being enabled through the Telkom landline telephone
network, blue tooth (cell phones) and broadband technology. The allocation on
national level of a second landline telephone service provider may be to the
advantage of certain geographical areas in CDM where telephone services are
remotely provided.


2.3.4.7.3 Radio, Television and Newspapers


Radio, television and newspapers are also important media for the dissemination of
information and learning. It has tremendous potential for developing education in, for
example, literacy and health. On average, only a 25% of the households have access
to television and a 10% to newspapers. However, the introduction of satellite
television technology has improved the access to television services. The capital as
well as operating (subscription cost) is such that the majority of households in the
study area could not afford such access.


The Post Office also contributes to the community and rural development and
education, through actively enhancing the development of a citizen’s post office, thus
serving as an interface between government and the community. The existing
network of post offices in the study area does not reflect the population distribution.
Generally, there is an over-servicing in developed communities and the services in
underdeveloped communities are inadequate. A major effort is therefore required to
render services to disadvantaged communities, which must be done in cooperation
with private enterprises and host businesses to establish conventional post offices,
retail post offices or retail postal agencies in their buildings.




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2.3.4.7.4 Spatial implications of access and geographical distribution               of
communication facilities.


               •   Consolidation of the rural (villages) and urban entities, as to
                   support the improvement and upgrading of communication
                   infrastructure.
               •   Provision of electricity and/or solar energy as to support
                   promotion and access to communication infrastructure and
                   services.
               •   Distribution and erection of further cell phone masts and services.
               •   Introduction of infrastructure to enable bran band communication
                   technology.


2.3.4.8 Housing Provision and Land Reform


The availability of housing is an important impacting factor on economic and spatial
development in CDM. The manifestation of different quantity and types of housing
reflects on the role of specific sectors in the economy and spatial needs. It also
directly impacts on the socio-economic characteristics of the economy such as levels
of productivity. The provision of housing in the CDM area was discussed in the
previous sections. Households in the study area were classified for the 1996 and
2001 Census results.


2.3.4.8.1 Spatial Distribution and implications of the provision of housing
and land reform in the CDM area


The availability of housing is an important impacting factor on economic and spatial
development in CDM. The manifestation of different quantity and types of housing
reflect on the role of specific sectors in the economy and spatial needs. It also
directly impacts on the socio-economic characteristics of the economy, such as
levels of productivity. Spatial implications of the provision of housing and land reform
in the study area include:




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            o Development of a phased housing programme as to promote access
               to housing.
            o Introduction of a rural housing programme.
            o Supporting local land reform initiative.
            o Ensure access to productive land in support of economic
               development.
            o Ensuring coordinated physical/spatial development and land use.


To the above, the following will also serve as the point of departure in the
preparation of the SDF for CDM.


            o Identification of development nodes through the consolidation and
               integration of the existing settlement patterns in the study area.
            o Integration of functional areas
            o Enhancement of rural-urban consolidation and integration
            o Formalisation of villages
            o Provision of infrastructure and formal housing.
            o Formulation of a land use management system.
            o Urban and spatial system integration.


Housing provision, land reform, work places and transport will serve as important
form giving input in the preparation of the SDF for the study area.
        •   Development of a phased housing programme as to promote access to
            housing.
        •   Introduction of a rural housing programme.
        •   Supporting local land reform initiative.
        •   Ensure access to productive land in support of economic development.
        •   Ensuring coordinated physical/spatial development and land use.


The following aspects will also serve as the point of departure in the preparation of
the SDF for CDM.




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   •   Identification of development nodes through the consolidation and
       integration of the existing settlement patterns in the study area.
   •   Integration of functional areas.
   •   Enhancement of rural-urban consolidation and integration
   •   Formalisation of villages.
   •   Provision of infrastructure and formal housing.
   •   Formulation of a land use management system.
   •   Urban and spatial system integration.


Housing provision, land reform, work places and transport will serve as important
form giving input in the preparation of the SDF for the study area.




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2.3.4.9 Spatial Distribution of Health Services and Infrastructure.


The provision of health services in CDM (from a spatial development perspective)
centres on the aspects of infrastructure, availability and distribution of services. The
spatial distribution of such services and its supporting infrastructure to serve the
various communities will be an important focal point in the formulation of the SDF
for CDM. The present spatial distribution of health infrastructure in the study area is
shown on Map 30.


Map 30: Spatial Distribution of Health infrastructure in the CDM, 2006




This distribution pattern must however be adjudicated against the future needs
related to the health function. The distribution and nature of current and future
health related projects (Map 31) also impacts on the spatial implications in the
preparation of a SDF for the study area.




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Map 31: Spatial Distribution of Health Related Projects, 2006




From the IDP for CDM, the district objectives related to clinics and health services
are as follows:


   •   To ensure the establishment of a health district to provide a package of
       Primary Health Care Services within CDM and in co-operation with the
       Provincial Department of Health.
   •   To maintain hygienic and clean conditions in the CDM area of jurisdiction,
       prevent the occurrence of any nuisance or harmful audition to the health of
       local residents and to prevent pollution of water for human use.


From the objectives for CDM, the conclusion can thus be drawn that it relates
mainly to an enabling environment for the rendering of and access to such services
within a healthy environment. No specific spatial objectives that will impact non-
future spatial determinants had been identified. The provision of such services should
be considered against the applicable standards, strategy guidelines and the legislative


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framework within which the function is rendered (both on CDM as well as local
municipal level).


However, the spatial needs and implications can be derived from the objectives as
captured in the CDM IDP for the respective local municipalities.


2.3.4.9.1       Spatial Implications of Health Services and Infrastructure


       •    In the case of Tswaing Local Municipality, Mafikeng Local Municipality and
            Ditsobotla Local Municipality, access to high quality health services are
            within 5km distances. This objective will impact on the spatial distribution
            of the existing physical facilities (hospitals, clinics, and mobile clinics).
       •    The optimal utilisation and upgrading/improvement of existing facilities in
            the Mafikeng Local Municipality have also been identified as an objective.
            The provision of appropriate human resources and physical facilities has
            also been identified, as an important development need. These objectives
            hold spatial implications for the Mafikeng Local Municipality SDF presently
            being in the process of review.
       •    The spatial implications of HIV/AIDS pandemic will have to be addressed
            through the creation of special housing solutions to address the needs of
            children (orphans and homeless) and the remaining elderly.
       •    Health considerations and location of support infrastructure must inform
            all dimensions of settlement planning and design.
       •    Particularly important is ensuring clean air, potable water, and the
            disposal of human and toxic waste, air circulation, shelter and the
            prevention of overcrowding.
       •    Health facilities should be accessible and should be integrated with public
            transportation. This can be achieved by locating such facilities close to
            activity areas and regular places of gathering.
       •    The location of preventively oriented health facilities, such as clinics, in
            association with primary and pre-primary schools.
       •    Where a multi purpose hall serves as number of schools, a clinic may be
            beneficially located within or adjacent to that hall.


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       •   Accessibility of hospitals and clinics should be promoted.
The above-mentioned spatial implications should be considered in the preparation of
the SDF for CDM. In this, the quantitative planning guidelines formulated for clinics
and hospitals will have to be considered.


2.3.4.10 Education Services and Infrastructure


The education profile in CDM had been dealt with the previous sections. Map 33
illustrates the location of schools while Map 34 shows the geographical distribution
of educational projects related to education within CDM.




Map 32: The Location of Schools in the CDM, 2006




In the formulation of a settlement consolidation strategy for CDM, the location of
the existing schools and project being executed are of relevance. It will also inform
the location of new schools and infrastructure upgrading from a spatial and physical
perspective.


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Map 33: The geographical distribution of educational projects related to
education within CDM, 2006




From the perspective of the IDP for CDM, the objective on district level is to play a
supportive role in the provision of education services and facilities such as the
provision of infrastructure (water, sanitation and electricity) to schools and making
available facilities for adult education and training activities.


2.3.4.10.1 Spatial Distribution and Implication of Education Facilities and
Support Infrastructure


From the CDM and local municipal level, the following form giving objectives for the
education function that are spatially related is of importance:


    •   To increase and improve access to education facilities
    •   To upgrade/renovate existing schools and construct new facilities where
        necessary.
    •   To provide education/training facilities for the disabled/mentally handicapped.


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   •   To manage development of crèches.
   •   To ensure optimal utilisation of existing education facilities.


For the purpose of the preparation of the SDF for CDM, the implications of the
policy and legal guidelines governing education should be noted. Although education
is not a core function of the local sphere of government, it has the obligation to play
a supportive role in the provision of education services, facilities and infrastructure.
The SDF for CDM will thus serve as an important document in determining the
nature and geographical locations for such support in the context of capital
expenditure and project prioritisation.


2.3.4.11 Spatial Distribution of Community facilities and centres


The IDP for CDM contains the objectives to support the establishment of a network
of basic community facilities accessible to all communities taking into consideration
national norms and standards in the provision of such facilities. On local municipality
level, the following objectives with a spatial connotation have been identified:


   •   To provide and establish basic community facilities and opportunities for all
       residents.
   •   To upgrade all tribal offices.
   •   To ensure provision of accessible libraries.
   •   To establish multi-purpose community/cultural centres.


In terms of the planning principles, standards and strategy guidelines the
development of multi-purpose facilities (ranging from urban development nodes to
local clusters of telephones, bus stops and post boxes) are being promoted. The
development of such facilities should however also be viewed from its location needs
in terms of:
   •   Its location relative to the transport network
   •   Its location within the local municipal area.
   •   The size of the communities from which it draws support
   •   Community-identified needs


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   •    The size of service areas for facilities.


The utilisation of multi-purpose facilities and the development thereof in terms of
urban regeneration nodes to support urban and rural integration will form a valuable
input in the formulation of the SDF for CDM. In the IDP for CDM specific
quantitative planning standards and guidelines for libraries, community centres,
religious facilities, municipal offices/pay-points, post offices community information
centres, postal collection and delivery points and public telephones have been
identified. These planning standards will inform especially the preparation of SDF’s
for local municipalities although it will also support the formulation of the SDF for
CDM area as to realise the direct development objectives.

2.3.5       Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources

2.3.5.1         Cultural and heritage resources


There are some five non-declared and 22 declared heritage sites in CDM. The
distribution of these sites will have to be taken into account in the formulation of the
SDF. Map 35 shows distribution of cultural amenities in the CDM.


Map 34: Cultural Amenities in the CDM, 2006




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The State of the Environment Report for North West Province (2002) identified the
following driving forces impacting on cultural heritage resources:


           •   Population growth and development
           •   Policy and legislation
           •   Tourism development
           •   Recreational demand


The following pressures on cultural heritage resources have been identified:


           •   The continued rapid industrialization and expansion of mining
               activities place a great deal of pressure on cultural heritage resources;
           •   Very little attention is afforded the heritage component of
               environmental management activities;
           •   Resources such as oral history, indigenous knowledge systems, and
               contemporary cultural practices are ignored in planning and
               development projects;
           •   There is concern that even the National Heritage Resources Act of
               1999 (which replaced the old National Monuments Acts of 1969) still
               does not adequately make provision for the protection of living
               heritage and indigenous knowledge systems;
           •   There is little funding, if any, that is made available to the
               management of cultural heritage resources;
           •   Proper measures are not always taken in the management of cultural
               heritage resources;
           •   There are few activities to encourage awareness among role players,
               stakeholders and the general public regarding matters of cultural
               heritage resources; and
           •   The cultural heritage resources sector is one of the most significant,
               yet understaffed.


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           •   Degradation of cultural heritage resources due to ignorance or
               inadequate documentation;
           •   Destruction of cultural heritage resources by rapid urban and
               agricultural expansion;
           •   Westernization of communities and cultures in the province, a
               phenomenon resulting on the loss of knowledge of cultural heritage
               resources and traditions.
           •   Exposure of heritage resources as tourist destinations prior to
               conservation and management strategies being in place, resulting in
               the damaging of the resources.
           •   Lack of awareness results in the removal of archaeological objects
               from sites.
           •   Processes such as desertification, soil erosion, and harsh climatic
               conditions are damaging heritage resources.
           •   Tourism activities introduce both positive and negative aspects to the
               cultural heritage sites.
           •   Lack of knowledge of local authorities regarding the responsibilities
               the National Heritage Resource Act gives to municipalities with
               regard to cultural heritage resources.
           •   Lack of a co-coordinated and inter-departmental approach regarding
               departments that directly have an impact on cultural heritage
               resources in their activities (refer also to the NWSDZP, 2004).


2.3.5.2 Natural Heritage Resources


According to the United Nation’s Convention concerning the protection of         the
World Cultural and Natural Heritage, natural heritage is considered      as:


          o Natural features consisting of physical and biological formations or
               groups of such formations.
          o Geological and physiographical formations and precisely delineated
               areas, which constitute the habitat of threatened species of animals



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               and plants of outstanding universal value from the point of view of
               science or conservation.
           o Natural sites or precisely delineated natural areas of outstanding
               universal value form the point of view of science, conservation or
               natural beauty.




2.3.5.3 Nature Conservation and Protected Areas


The distribution of nature conservation areas in the CDM is as follows:
           •   Madikwe Nature Reserve
           •   Pienaar Nature Reserve
           •   Marico-Bosveld Nature Reserve
           •   Botsolano Game Park
           •   Oog van Malmanie Nature Reserve
           •   Lichtenburg Game Breeding Centre
           •   Mafikeng Game Reserve
           •   Barberspan Nature Reserve




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Map 36 shows the spatial distribution of protected areas in the CDM.


Map 35: The spatial distribution of protected areas in the CDM, 2006




For the purpose of the formulation of the SDF for CDM, the proposed initiative of
the establishment of Heritage Park (linking Madikwe Nature Reserve and the
Pilanesberg National Park) should be noted. From the perspective of the formulation
of the SDF, the need to safeguard, protect and preserve the natural heritage site
should be noted.


The NWSDZP (2004) states that, protected areas fulfill an important role in the
biodiversity conservation and socio-economic upliftment within the province and
thus local spatial systems. In this regard, the position of formally protected
conservation areas and that of informally protected conservation areas within CDM
should be considered. As far as formally protected areas are concerned, possible
threats have been identified as follows:
       •   Water quality deterioration due to development pressures such as
           housing, mining activities and irrigation pressures.
       •   Poaching
       •   Mining development pressures
       •   Pressures from agricultural activities


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       •   Pressures from clay and other quarries
       •   Pressures due to extensive tourism


The State of the Environment Report (2002) identified the following positive and
negative impacts relating to formally protected areas:


Positive impacts:


       •   Direct and indirect job creation
       •   Improved socio-economics through eco-tourism, especially when marginal
           agricultural land is conserved.
       •   Increases in:
            (ii)    Conservation of biodiversity
            (iii)   Proper management of unique habitats and sensitive systems
            (iv)    Environmental education and nature-based activities.


Negative impacts:


   •   Increases in:
           (i)      Crime rate- more foreign tourists
           (ii)     Poaching potential
           (iii)    Noise and traffic levels
           (iv)     Negative social impacts on local communities- selling and
                    relocation.
           (v)      Hindering of migration routes of naturally occurring game by
                    fences.


Informally protected areas are regarded as the voluntary co-operative nature and
environmental management of an area by its community and its users and in respect
of which registration has been granted by the relevant Provincial Authority, although
there is no legislation, which governs the establishment and activities of these areas.




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Informally protected areas play a significant role in environmental management and
socio-economic upliftment of the people and communities. Examples of informally
protected areas are conservancies, privately owned game reserves, game ranches,
farms and game camps as discussed above. For the purpose of the compilation of a
SDF for the study area, special care should be taken of the following unique areas
with high conservation value:


   •   Wetlands including pans
   •   Dolomitic eyes
   •   Hills and ridges.


2.3.6 Tourism


According to the State of the Environment Report of the North West Province
(2002), the vision for tourism is that: ‘tourism in the North West Province develops,
thrives and grows in an enabling environment conducive to sustainable development,
which improves the quality of life, contributes to the economic growth and
transforms the social landscape of the province.’


Key elements of tourism development in North West Province include the following:


   •   Gateways and entry points- Airports, border posts and all entries to places of
       interest, are identified as nodes to provide access into the province, for
       tourists.
   •   Routes- Tourists pick a certain route for particular reasons. The shortest
       route is not always the preferred route, seeing that the tourist wants to
       experience the area.
   •   Staging posts- these are places where a tourist stays overnight.
   •   Destination – A destination is the ultimate goal that a tourist has. This place
       usually has the necessary infrastructure to support the tourist’s needs.
   •   Distribution points – A distribution point is that ‘something’ that a tourist
       travels to.




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In formulating the SDF for CDM, cognizance should be taken of the above-
mentioned key elements for tourism development especially bearing in mind the
locational considerations applicable to the CDM.


Tourists usually determine the route that they want to travel in a specific area and
for a specific reason. If adequate advertising and tourist information centers are
available, these tourists can be coaxed into a route in developing the provincial,
district and local economy.


The following driving forces are of importance in the formulation of the SDF:


   •   The national, provincial and local significance of the location of the study area.
   •   The available natural environment
   •   Demographics and population growth realities in the study area
   •   Levels of industrialization and development
   •   Competition within the tourism industry




2.3.7 Biodiversity


The State of the Environment Report for the North West Province (2002) regards
the following aspects as threats to biodiversity:


            •   Transformation of habitat due to degradation and desertification and
                mining, industrial, agricultural and urban activities.
            •   Pollution due to mining, industrial, urban and tourism activities.
            •   Land-use transformation by mining, industrial, agricultural, urban and
                game-farm activities.
            •   Encroachment by invader species.


Available information shows that there are critically important areas from a
biodiversity location point of view and status within CDM. It is evident that large


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tracks of land (especially in the northern part of the CDM area) is classified within
the categories of high hyper diversity; high hyper diversity and high priority habitats;
high hyper diversity and conservation status; high priority habitat; and medium-high
hyper diversity. Map 37 shows the habitat areas of the CDM


Map 36: Habitat of the CDM, 2006




These areas were termed as biodiversity and conservation ‘hotspots’ in terms of the
NWSDZP (2004). Of special importance, are the hills and ridges that need to be
protected against urban development. The application of detailed urban biotope
mapping practices and studies can be regarded of special importance in the
compilation of local municipal SDF’s (see Map 38).




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Map 37: Critically Important Areas in the CDM, 2006




2.3.7.1 Encroachment of Alien Species in Natural Resource


Map 41 shows bush encroachment in terms of a priority scale within CDM. On the
basis of the Map 39, it is clear that parts of the Ditsobotla and Tswaing Local
Municipalities are ranked in terms of bush encroachment as a ‘high priority’. Parts of
Ramotshere Moiloa and Ratlou local municipalities are ranked ‘moderate’ to ‘low’
priorities. Map 39 shows bush encroachment within the CDM.




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Map 38: Bush Encroachment within the CDM, 2006




2.3.8 Environmental Pressures and Impact


The State of the Environment Report (2002) described pressures as those direct and
indirect stresses that affect the functioning and quality of the environment. Due to
the pressures, it can lead to impacts that are harmful to the environment as well as
the habitats of that environment. In the compilation of the SDF, such pressures and
impacts should be noted. The following are of importance:


   •   Land degradation
   •   Combined degradation index (‘high’ for study area)
   •   Soil fertility
   •   Soil degradation per district
   •   Main type of veld degradation per district
   •   Veld degradation severity per district




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2.4 Corporate analysis



2.4.1 Accommodation


The existing corps of officials and councillors in the employ of council is currently
housed at the main building in Carrington and first avenue and at the three regional
offices and four fire stations at Lehurutshe, Itsoseng and Molopo. The PIMSS sector
is housed in a private property at Shippard Street and more accommodation is
planned.


2.4.2 Assets, Property and Equipments


Movable and immovable assets of the CDM must be handled with care because
resources are scarce and limited. All existing assets must be recorded accordingly
and coordinated by various department, for instance the fleet is managed by
corporate services as well as maintenance and servicing of information systems.


2.4.3 Information Technology System


The information technology structure of the municipality as far as capacity is
concerned is limited and should be attended to. To that end more financial
resources are needed.


The Municipality is currently utilizing the Venus and Payday for financial management
system. It is critical that the more utilization of ITC be done with full use if LG net
and IDP nerve. The municipality is also employing the corroborator for information
development and management. There is a need for IT Committee whose role will be
to:


      •




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2.4.4 Accounting Billing and Finances


The following financial activities of the Municipality are currently managed as single
administration:


         Budget
         Asset Management
         Insurance
         Value Added Tax
        Tender Management including procurement
        Loan and Investment management
        Credit control


2.4.5 Legal Matters


In terms of Local Government: Municipal Structures Act,1998 (Act 117 of 1998)
Municipality must review and revise existing bylaws which no longer sufficiently
provide for the need it was intended for. In addition, Municipality should also draft
new bylaws to regulate those function and powers it is vested with. The intricacy and
importance involved in this exercise cannot be overemphasized. It is also important
to develop and implement a policy on procurement of service providers within the
frame work of supply chain management and preferential procurement. In this
instance the appointment of more new legal advisers to assist and support council
with litigations, debt collection and legal advice should be considered.


2.4.6 Budgeting


Budget management framework is in place and is operating satisfactorily. The
established financial committee contributes towards the aim to exercise proper
financial management and promote continuity in linking the budgeting process to the
IDP process.




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2.4.7 Public Awareness Campaign


The public should be informed about the activities of the Municipality such as the
services rendered and information in general and necessarily so be involved in
matters such as Planning Budget and PMS information regarding the Municipality
should be obtainable at specific points or from specific officials and the issuing of new
letters on regular basis should be maintained. The following activities should also be
part of the strategies to attract communities:


       Printing complains register
       Provide name tags for officials and councillors
       Tags on office doors

2.4.8 Human Resources


The proposed new organogram of the council is depicted in succeeding sections.


There are currently…… full time staff members on the payroll of Central District
Municipality distributed as follows per directorate


DIRECTORATE                                     NO OF OFFICIALS
   1. CORPORATE SERVICES
   2. FINANCIAL SERVICES
   3. TECHNICAL SERVICES
   4. PLANING & DEVELOPMENT
   5. PROTECTIVE SERVICES
   6. PIMSS
   7. PMU
   8.
TOTAL




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2.4.9 Departmental Policies


Various activities of the municipality are governed and guided by numerous Acts and
Policies of the government. The most important of which are the constitution, the
Municipal Systems Act, Municipal Structures Act, the MFMA, and the DORA, among
others.

However, the municipality is expected to generate its own internal policies and
systems which are aligned to national legislation.




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3.0 STRATEGIES PHASE


Following the provisions of Section 84 (1) of the Municipal Structures Act 1998 and
Section 151 and 152 of the Constitution of South Africa 1996, the Central District
municipality is required to address the local municipality identified needs at a
“strategic level” in the process of discharging its developmental mandate. As part of
the Batho Pele principle focus groups discussions were conducted in all five local
municipalities. These are forums, which provided all stakeholders, especially
community members including the private sector in all the five local municipalities of
the CDM, with an opportunity to air their concerns about the IDP process (past,
present and future) and contribute actively to the formulation of developmental
strategies for improvement of service delivery.




VISION

Central District Municipality will be a professional service delivery and
developmental organization with a culture of excellence



MISSION

The CDM is a Local Government service delivery organization.

MISSION STATEMENT

The CDM is a Local Government service delivery organization in the central region
of NWP. We are committed to co-operate with the local Municipalities in the area,
excellence in the developmental service delivery to the community and
implementation of Batho Pele principles in all our conducts, including the sustainable
use of the environment



OUR CREDO

   •   Excellence
   •   Quality
   •   Service
   •   Value


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   Therefore, for each community need identified, developmental objectives and
   alternative strategies were developed. These are summarised as follows:

Technical Services


   ISSUE:          Provision of Water Services

   OBJECTIVE:              To ensure that water services are provided effectively and
   efficiently to all customers within the district municipality.


   STRATEGIES:

      •   Yard connections
      •   O&M
      •   B/hole maintenance
      •   Free Basic Water
      •   Sampling, analyses and reporting of DWQ results of areas covered by
          District Municipality




   ISSUE: Water Services

   OBJECTIVE: To ensure that there is adequate access to basic water supply and
   storage facilities to all poor households within the district municipality.

   STRATEGIES:
     • Provision of water supply and storage services




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ISSUE:         Sanitation Services

OBJECTIVE:           To remove all the bucket system services


STRATEGIES:

   •   Reduction of households using bucket latrines (2355 stands)
   •   Implement sanitation projects (839 stands)




ISSUE: Sanitation Services

OBJECTIVE:           To remove all the bucket system services

STRATEGIES:
  • Reduction of households with access to bucket latrines (252 stands)
  • Boikhutso Phase 2 Project




ISSUE: Sanitation Services

OBJECTIVE:           To provide with proper and hygienic sanitation services

STRATEGIES:

   •   Provision of VIP
   •   Maintain and upgrade sewer network




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    ISSUE:          Roads and Storm Water

    OBJECTIVE:             To maintain roads (340 km) and provide storm water drainage


    STRATEGIES:
      • Maintain roads through internal and external mechanisms
      • Ensure availability of resources by providing for plant and equipment and
        plant hire




    ISSUE: Road Construction and storm water


    OBJECTIVE: To provide access to sustainable road infrastructure

    STRATEGIES:

        •   Construction and upgrading of roads and storm water.
        •   EPWP (Extended public works program)




Institutional transformation


ISSUE :        Public Participation

OBJECTIVE : To promote participation and Involvement of
                      communities in the Municipal Affairs

STRATEGIES:

•   Development of the public participation strategy
•   Support of ward committees
•   Development of schedule of meetings




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ISSUE          :      Communication

OBJECTIVE :           To promote the flow of information

STRATEGIES:

•   Development of communication strategy
•   Alignment of management and departmental meetings
•   Production of internal and external newsletters




    ISSUE: Public facility

    OBJECTIVE: To provide communities with access to multipurpose public facility

    STRATEGIES:

    •    Establishment of Multi purpose community centre (MPCC)




    ISSUE: Council Support

    OBJECTIVE: To provide secretariat function to Council & committees


    STRATEGIES:
      • Coordinate all committee meetings (no. of meeting)
      • Update the Council Resolution register
      • Monitoring




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ISSUE: Public participation

OBJECTIVE: To create a conducive environment for community participation


STRATEGIES:
  • Customer care service
  • Communication
  • Public awareness campaign




ISSUE: Office space and maintenance

OBJECTIVE: To provide a conducive environment for operations

STRATEGIES:
  • Enhance security
  • Maintenance plan and resources




ISSUE: Record Management

OBJECTIVE: To provide a reliable record management system

STRATEGIES:
  • Monitor usage of collaborator
  • An effective and efficient document management system




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ISSUE: Fleet Management

OBJECTIVE: To provide efficient and effective council fleet management

STRATEGIES:
  • Develop a maintenance plan for council vehicles
  • Develop a Fleet management policy
  • Tracking system




ISSUE: HRM and HRD

OBJECTIVE: To provide a sound human resources management function to the
Municipality

STRATEGIES:
  • HR administration
  • Employment equity
  • Training and development
  • Labour relation management
  • Organisational development




ISSUE: legal services

OBJECTIVE: To provide legal services to the Municipality

STRATEGIES:
• Develop/ Review policies & bylaws
• Contracts management
• Establish reference centre




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Socio Economic Cluster

   ISSUE: Rights of children

   OBJECTIVE: To protect and promote the rights of children against abuse

   STRATEGIES:
   • Educational campaign
   • Anti pornography
   • Anti trafficking




   ISSUE: Basic life skills

   OBJECTIVE: To provide communities with basic livelihood skills

   STRATEGIES:
   • Targeted group empowerment sessions
   • Establishment of entrepreneurial support centres




   ISSUE: Fire and Emergency services

   OBJECTIVE:
          1) To provide efficient and effective fire & emergency services within the
              district.
          2) To promote formation of Fire Protection associations by all land
              owners.

   STRATEGIES:
   • Establishment of fire stations at most disadvantaged areas
   • Conduct fire awareness campaigns and community education
   • Conduct fire prevention inspections on regular basis
   • Formulation of bylaws for fire prevention
   • Signing of MoAs/MoUs with neighbouring municipalities
   • Ensuring creation of fire belts/breaks around properties




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ISSUE: Disaster management

OBJECTIVE: To provide an integrated and uniform approach to disaster
management within the district

STRATEGIES:
• Establishment of district disaster management centre
• Establishment of district disaster management advisory forum
• Formulate district disaster management plan and framework
• Conduct research and identification of possible hazards
• Establishment of disaster volunteers
•



 ISSUE:        Poverty alleviation

 OBJECTIVE: To champion poverty alleviation programmes through promotion of the
 key economic sectors in the district.

 STRATEGIES:

 •    To target disadvantaged areas and disadvantaged groups when locating investments.
 •    To create conducive climate for local, national and international investors.
 •    To promote the production and use of indigenous materials and handcrafts.
 •    To positively target the youth, women and disabled for specific developmental and
      empowerment programmes.
 •    To provide tax relief to potential investors.
 •    Promote the establishment of food gardens at homes, schools and clinics for
      sustainable food security.




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ISSUE:        Job creation Potential

OBJECTIVE: To undertake detailed socio-economic development study that will
provide an insight into the socio-economic development potential of the CDM and its
five local municipalities by 2008.

STRATEGIES:

   •   To appraise the five local municipalities’ socio-economic development
       potential.
   •   Undertake detailed socio-economic assessment of main economic sectors of
       the central district municipality.




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    ISSUE:        Prevalence of HIV/AIDS

    OBJECTIVE:To reduce the rate of HIV/AIDS infection by at least 10% annually.

    STRATEGIES:

    •   To promote public awareness on HIV/AIDS pandemic.
    •   To engage all stakeholders and partners in development in the fight against
        HIV/AIDS.
    •   To design HIV/AIDS programmes specifically made for the most vulnerable groups.
    •   To promote voluntary testing and counselling.
    •   To improve STD management and promote the use of condoms.
    •   To provide approved medicine against HIV/AIDS.
    •   To monitor and facilitate the development of gender and HIV/AIDS programmes at
        local municipalities.
    •   To secure additional funding to extend HIV/AIDS Home Based Care Services in
        rural and urban areas throughout the Central district municipality.
    •   To formulate and implement workplace policy on HIV/AIDS.
    •   To review and intensify action against HIV/AIDS by establishing burial support
        services and HBCS to households affected with HIV/AIDS.
    •   To develop and maintain database on HIV/IDS Home Care Base Centres (HCBC)
        structures.
    •   To fast track Home Care Base Centres.
    •   To increase the number of Voluntary Counselling Testing sites.




Finance


ISSUE        :      Financial Management

OBJECTIVE     :     To efficiently and effectively manage the
                            municipal finances and report regime.

STRATEGIES

•   Development of finance policies
•   Financial reporting
•   MTEF plan
•   Budget management
•   Financial systems aligned to GAMAP/GRAP




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ISSUE          :      REVENUE ENHANCEMENT

OBJECTIVE      :      To maximize own revenue generation

STRATEGIES :

•   Tariff setting
•   Donor funding(PPP)
•   Credit control and debt collection policy
•   Monitoring of grant funding
•   Management of water collection agents
•   Cash management




ISSUE          :      SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE :           To have an effective and efficient procurement system and
asset management

STRATEGIES

•   Review of the Supply Chain management policy
•   Establish Supply Chain Management system
•   Contract management
•   Asset management




ISSUE          :      EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE      :      To have an effective and efficient expenditure management
system

STRATEGIES



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  •    Payments be effected within 30 days
  •    Submission of expenditure reports timely
  •    Timely creditor’s reconciliations



ISSUE         :      RISK MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE            :      To establish an effective and efficient risk management
                     system

STRATEGIES

        •   Develop and implement a risk management strategy




ISSUE         :      ANTI-CORRUPTION

OBJECTIVE            :       To root out all forms of corruption


STRATEGIES

  •    Develop and implement anti-corruption strategy.




ISSUE         :      CORPORATE ADMINISTRATION

OBJECTIVE :          To provide sound administrative support to the
                           Municipality

STRATEGIES

   •    Secretariat function to Council committees
   •    Coordination and facilitate meetings of portfolio committees of Council
   •    To provide customer care services
   •    Maintenance of Municipal equipments
   •    Provision of efficient and effective records management
   •    Provision of office space and maintenance of buildings
   •    Provision of security




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ISSUE         :      HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE :          To provide sound Human Resources Management

STRATEGIES

   •    Development of an integrated human resources strategy for the Municipality.




ISSUE         :      HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

OBJECTIVE :          To establish and maintain human resources
                            development capacity within the municipality

STRATEGIES

   •    Development and implementation of WSP
   •    Capacity building through learner-ship and internship programme
   •    Implementation of ABET Programme
   •    Provision of workshop and leadership for Councillors




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ISSUE         :       Project Monitoring and Evaluation

OBJECTIVE :           To ensure the successful realization of all projects.

STRATEGIES

   •    Develop monitoring and evaluation capacity at the municipality
   •    Monitoring and evaluation of ongoing projects
   •    Writing of monitoring and evaluation reports




ISSUE         :       Research and Development

OBJECTIVE :           To develop research capacity at the municipality

STRATEGIES

   •    Establish a research unit
   •    Establish partnerships with institutions of higher learning
   •    Link development with research




ISSUE         :       EMPLOYMENT EQUITY

OBJECTIVE :           To correct the demographic imbalances in the Municipality

STRATEGIES

  •    Development of Employment Equity Plan
  •    Removal of barriers
  •    Affirmation Action




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ISSUE          :      PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT
                           AND MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE :           To co-ordinate the implementation of performance
management

STRATEGIES

    •    Review the performance policy
    •    Capacitate managers and their staff on PMS employing a cascading approach.
    •    Develop tools and systems.
    •    Implement and monitor.
    •    Establishment of performance enhancement unit.




ISSUE          :      LEGAL SERVICES

OBJECTIVE :           To provide legal support service to the
                            Municipality

STRATEGIES:

   •    To provide legal advice
   •    Customize by-laws and policies
   •    Development of contracts




ISSUE:         IT system

OBJECTIVE:To have an effective and efficient IT system

STRATEGIES:
  • Development of IT policies
  • Develop and implement master systems plan and disaster recovery plan
  • Ensure compliance of all IT products, systems and software
  • Upgrade the existing municipality’s IT infrastructure (hardware and software)




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4.0       PROJECTS PHASE

      This section of the document is about the design and specification of projects for
      implementation. The design ensured that each projects identified has a direct
      linkage to the priority issues and the strategic objectives that were identified in
      the previous phases. It also includes the target group (intended beneficiaries), the
      location of the project, when it will commence and end, who will be responsible
      for managing it, how much it will cost and where the money will come from. It
      also identifies indicators to measure performance and impact of the project.




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4.1 DISTRICT PROJECTS

INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES

Priority Issue:   Water Services                                                           Project No NMMDM OI
Project Name:                             Provision of water services                      Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                        To ensure that water services are provided       • 2011
                                          effectively and efficiently to all customers     • NMMDM
                                          within the district municipality.
Outputs:                                  Indicators:                                      Location:
• yard connections                        • number of yard connections                     • NMMDM
• boreholes maintained                    • number of boreholes maintained
• households with free basic water        • -number of households with free basic
                                               water
Major Activities:                          Responsible                 Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                           Agencies:                   Funding             ACTIVITY 2007/8        2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
•   Yard connections                                                   Agencies:           Yard       R1 72200
•   O&M                                   • NMMDM                       • NMMDM            Boreholes  R13680400
•   B/hole maintenance (Repair burst      • Local communities • Local                      H/holds    R15503000
    pipes, -Maintenance of metres, -      • Private sector                   communities   WTW        R100000
    Drought relief)                                                     • Private          plants
•   Free Basic Water                                                         sector
•   Energy cost Eskom & purchase of
    diesel
•   Sampling, analyses and reporting of
    DWQ results of areas covered by
    District Municipality




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Priority Issue:   Sanitation Services                                                   Project No NMMDM 02
Project Name:                             Removal of bucket system services             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                        To remove all the bucket system services      • 2011
                                                                                        • NMMDM
Outputs:                                  Indicators:                                   Location:
• Stands with basic level of sanitation           o 2355 stands provided with           • NMMDM
   facilities provided                                basic level of sanitation
                                                      facilities.
                                                  o 839 stands provided with
                                                      basic level of sanitation
                                                      facilities.


Major Activities:                         Responsible           Possible                Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                          Agencies:             Funding                 ACTIVITY     2007/8     2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
•   Reduction of households with                                Agencies:               2355 stands  R24m
    access to bucket latrines (2355       •   NWPD Health        • NWPD                 839 stands   R15.908m
    stands)                               •   NMMDM                  Health
•   Tlhabologang & Biesiesvlei (Appoint   •   Local communities  • NMMDM
    contractor, Commencement of           •   Private sector     • Local
    construction, Completion)                                        communities
•   Implement sanitation projects (839                           • Private
    stands)                                                          sector
•   Delareyville (Appoint contractor,
    Commencement of construction)




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Priority Issue: Roads and Storm Water                                             Project No NMMDM 03
Project Name:                           Road Maintenance and Storm Water          Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                     To maintain roads (340 km)and provide      • 2011
                                       storm water drainage                       • NMMDM
Outputs:                               Indicators:                                Location:
• Roads maintained                             o 340km of roads maintained        • NMMDM
• Plant hired
• Fuel supplied
• Road maintained
                                        Responsible            Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
Major Activities:                       Agencies:              Funding            ACTIVITY          2007/8  2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                               Agencies:          Plant & Equipment R4.8m
• Purchase Plant & Equipment.          • NWPD Health            • NWPD            Mat. Acquisition  R4m
• Material acquisition contract        • CDM                        Health        Plant hire        R2m
• Plant hire                           • Local communities • CDM                  supply fuel       R0.84m
• Contract for the supply fuel         • Private sector         • Local
• Maintenance works                                                 communities   Advertising       R11000
• Advertising for acquisition of goods                          • Private
                                                                    sector




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Priority Issue: Water Services                                     Project No NMMDM 04
Project Name:                    Basic Water Infrastructure        Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:               To ensure that there is access    • 2011
                                 to basic water infrastructure     NMMDM (Gopane, Burgersdorp, Rooigrond, Borakalalo, Puaneng, Setlopo )
                                 development and adequate          •
                                 water storage facilities to all
                                 poor households within the
                                 district municipality.
Outputs:                         Indicators:                       Location:
• Water projects implemented     • No. of standpipes supplied      • NMMDM
                                 •   No. of households with
                                     access to basic water.




Major Activities:                Responsible       Possible        Time Frame & Costs (In RANDS):
                                 Agencies:         Funding         ACTIVITY                 2007/8            2008/9         2009/10       2010/11   2011/12




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Implement the following water         •   NMMDM       Agencies:    •   Gopane water         138323,220
projects:                             •   Local                        Supply
          • Gopane water Supply           communities • NMMD       •   Bulk Water Supply
                                      •   Private         M            and storage in
       •   Bulk Water Supply and          sector       • Local         Burgersdorp
           storage in                                     commu    •   Rooigrond Water
           Burgersdorp                                    nities       Supply
                                                       • Private   •   Borakalalo Water
       •   Rooigrond Water                                sector       Supply-feasibility
           Supply                                                      study
                                                                   •   Puaneng Water
       •   Borakalalo Water                                            Supply
           Supply-feasibility study                                •   Setlopo Water
                                                                       Supply Phase 2
       •   Puaneng Water Supply                                    •   Reduction and
                                                                       Control of Water
       •   Setlopo Water Supply                                        Management in
           Phase 2                                                     Tswaing Phase 2
                                                                   •   Selosesha/Semashu
       •   Reduction and                                               Water Supply
           Control of Water                                            Scheme
           Management in
           Tswaing Phase 2

       •   Selosesha/Semashu
           Water Supply Scheme




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Priority Issue: Sanitation Services                                         Project No NMMDM 05
Project Name:                         Removal of Bucket System              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    To remove all the bucket              • 2011
                                      system services                       • NMMDM
Outputs:                              Indicators:                           Location:
• households with access to bucket    • No. of households without           • NMMDM
   latrines (252 stands) reduced          buckets systems.
• Boikhutso Phase 2 Project
   implemented

                                       Responsible       Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                       Agencies:         Funding            ACTIVITY            2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
Major Activities:
                                      • NMMDM            Agencies:          • Reduction of      R 945,467
                                      • Local                                  households with
•   Reduction of households with
                                         communities     •   NMMDM             access to bucket
    access to bucket latrines (252
                                      • Private sector   •   Local             latrines (252
    stands)
                                                             communities       stands)
•   Boikhutso Phase 2 Project
                                                         •   Private        • Boikhutso Phase
                                                             sector            2 Project




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Priority Issue: Sanitation Services                                           Project No NMMDM 06
Project Name:                         Provision of VIP Toilets                Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    To provide with proper and hygienic     • 2011
                                      sanitation services                     • NMMDM
Outputs:                              Indicators:                             Location:
• Sanitation projects                 • No. of households with water-borne    NMMDM (Zeerust , Welbedacht,Magogwe, Mocoseng, DelareyvilleI, kageleng)
   implemented                             sewer and VIP toilets




Major Activities:                      Responsible        Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
Implement the following sanitation     Agencies:          Funding             ACTIVITY                          2007/8        2008/09        2009/10    2010/11
projects                              • NMMDM             Agencies:           • Zeerust and Welbedacht          R20594703
• Zeerust and Welbedacht sewer        • Local communities                        sewer network
    network                           • Private sector     • NMMDM            • Magogwe tar village VIP toilets
• Magogwe tar village VIP toilets                          • Local            • Mocoseng provision of VIP
                                                               communities       toilets
• Mocoseng provision of VIP
    toilets                                                • Private          • Delareyville sewer treatment
                                                               sector            plant
• Delareyville sewer treatment
    plant                                                                     • Ikageleng sewer network
• Ikageleng sewer network                                                        upgrade
                                                                              20000000000000000R
    upgrade
                                                                              rrrrrrrrr2222222,594,703




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Priority Issue: road infrastructure                                      Project No NMMDM 07
Project Name:                                                            Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    To provide access to sustainable   • 2011
                                      road infrastructure through        • NMMDM, Braaklagte, Sheila, Itsoseng, Ratlou Roads, Motlhabeng, Goo-Gang, Dinokana, Zeerust,
                                      implementation of Expanded            Ditsobotla, Mafikeng EPWPTswaing
                                      public Works Programme             •
                                      (EPWP)




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Outputs:              Indicators:
• Roads constructed   • No. of households with
                          access to basic roads and
                          storm water
                      •   Address public transport
                          corridors




Major Activities:     Responsible       Possible      Time Frame & Costs(In Rands):
                      Agencies:         Funding       ACTIVITY                    2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Construction of the following roads:   •   CDM         Agencies:    •   Braaklagte bus route
• Braaklagte bus route                 •   Local                    •   Sheila roads and storm-
• Sheila roads and storm-water             communities • CDM            water
• Itsoseng roads and stormwater        •   Private      • Local     •   Itsoseng roads and
• Ratlou Roads rehabilitation              sector          commu        stormwater
   (EPWP)                                                  nities   •   Ratlou Roads rehabilitation
• Motlhabeng Access Road                                • Private       (EPWP)
• Goo-Gang upgrading of main                               sector   •   Motlhabeng Access Road
   roads phase 2                                                    •   Goo-Gang upgrading of
• Dinokana Ward 11 Roads and                                            main roads phase 2
   Storm water                                                      •   Dinokana Ward 11 Roads
• Zeerust Rehabilitation of Existing                                    and Storm water
   Gravel Roads                                                     •   Zeerust Rehabilitation of
• Ditsobotla EPWP Streets                                               Existing Gravel Roads
   Rehabilitation                                                   •   Ditsobotla EPWP Streets
• Construction of Roads in various                                      Rehabilitation
   Villages in Mafikeng EPWP                                        •   Construction of Roads in
• Tswaing Roads Rehabilitation                                          various Villages in Mafikeng
                                                                        EPWP
                                                                    •   Tswaing Roads
                                                                        Rehabilitation




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Priority Issue: public service infrastructure                                           Project No NMMDM 08
Project Name:                               public service infrastructure               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                          To provide access to public service         • 2011
                                            infrastructure                              • NMMDM
Outputs:                                    Indicators:                                 Location:
• Public facilities built                   • No. of households with access to          • NMMDM (Geysdorp, Lobatla)
                                                 public facilities.



Major Activities:                          Responsible        Possible                  Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                           Agencies:          Funding                                                                              201
                                          • NMMDM             Agencies:                 ACTIVITY             2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   1/1
Build the following public facilities:    • Local communities                                                                                      2
• Geysdorp community hall                 • Private sector     • NMMDM                  •   Geysdorp
• Lobatla multi purpose centre                                 • Local                      community hall
                                                                   communities          •   Lobatla multi
                                                               • Private                    purpose
                                                                   sector                   centre




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Priority Issue: water service infrastructure                                       Project No NMMDM 09
Project Name:                           Water service infrastructure               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      To ensure that basic access to water       • 2011
                                        services are provided                      • NMMDM
Outputs:                                Indicators:                                Location:
•                                       • No. of households with access to basic   • NMMDM (Geysdorp, Lobatla)
                                            water facilities.



                                          Responsible        Possible              Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
Major Activities:                         Agencies:          Funding               ACTIVITY        2007/8
Build the following public facilities:
                                         • NMMDM             Agencies:                • Geysdorp R23 Million
     •    Geysdorp community hall
                                         • Local communities                             communit
     •    Lobatla multi purpose centre
                                         • Private sector     • NMMDM                    y hall
                                                              • Local                 • Lobatla
                                                                  communities            multi
                                                              • Private                  purpose
                                                                  sector                 centre




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Priority Issue: roads and storm water                                      Project No NMMDM 10
Project Name:                   Roads and storm water                      Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:              To construct sustainable roads and         • 2011
                                provides storm water drainage              • NMMDM
Outputs:                        Indicators:                                Location:
•                               • No. of households with access to         • NMMDM (Geysdorp, Lobatla)
                                    proper roads and storm water



Major Activities:                 Responsible        Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                  Agencies:          Agencies:             ACTIVITY               2007/8
   •   Purchase Plant &          • NMMDM                                      • Purchase Plant & R44,244,087
       Equipment.                • Local              •   NMMDM                  Equipment.
   •   Material acquisition         communities       •   Local               • Material
       contract                  • Private sector         communities            acquisition
   •   Plant hire                                     •   Private sector         contract
   •   Contract for the supply                                                • Plant hire
       fuel                                                                   • Contract for the
   •   Maintenance works                                                         supply fuel
   •   Advertising for                                                        • Maintenance
       acquisition of goods                                                      works
                                                                              • Advertising for
                                                                                 acquisition of
                                                                                 goods




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INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATION


Priority Issue: Research and Development                              Project No NMMDM 11
Project Name:                        Research and Development         Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                  To provide research support to    • 2011
                                    enhance development               • NMMDM
Outputs:                            Indicators:                       Location:
• Partnership with University       • Partnerships with University    • NMMDM
• Research Unit                         established
• Database                          • Research Unit established
                                    • Database Developed




Major Activities:                   Responsible        Possible       Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                    Agencies:          Funding        ACTIVITY                2007/8    2008/9    2009/10     2010/11      2011/12
•   Research coordination          • NMMDM             Agencies:      • Research coordination 800.000   900.000   1Million   1.1 Million   1.2 Million
•   Coordination of external       • Local                            • Coordination of
    Linkages                          municipalities    •   NMMDM        external Linkages
•   Research Support                                    •   Private   • Research Support
•   Database development                                    sector    • Database development




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Priority Issue: Project Monitoring and Evaluation                                Project No NMMDM 12
Project Name:                         Monitoring and Evaluation                  Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   To ensure a successful realization of all   • 2011
                                     projects                                    • NMMDM
Outputs:                             Indicators:                                 Location:
• Projects monitored and             • No of projects monitored and              • NMMDM
    Reported                              evaluated
• Projects evaluated and             • Monitoring and evaluation capacity
    reported                              developed
• Monitoring and evaluation          • Database Developed
    capacity developed




Major Activities:                      Responsible          Possible             Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                       Agencies:            Funding              ACTIVITY                 2007/8    2008/9    2009/10     2010/11      2011/12
•   Monitoring of projects            • NMMDM               Agencies:            • Monitoring of projects 800.000   900.000   1Million   1.1 Million   1.2 Million
•   Evaluation of projects            • Local                                    • Evaluation of projects
                                         municipalities      •   NMMDM           • Capacity development
•   Capacity development
                                                             •   Private         • Database development
•   Database development
                                                                 sector




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Priority Issue: Customer Care services                                             Project No:NMMDM 13
Project Name:                        Custumer Care Services                        Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   To render customer care services              • 2011
                                                                                   • NMMDM
Outputs:                                  Indicators:                              Location:
• Queries received and solved             • No. of queries received and solved     • NMMDM
• Awareness campaigns conducted           • No. of awareness campaigns conducted
• Monitoring plan developed               • Monitoring plan
• Quarterly report prepared               • Quarterly report
                                          •              No.




Major Activities:                          Responsible        Possible             Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                           Agencies:          Funding              ACTIVITY         2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
•   Printing complaints register          • NMMDM             Agencies:            • Printing
•   Provide name tags for officials and   • Local communities                         complaints
    councillors                           • Private sector     • NMMDM                register
•   Provide tags on the doors                                  • Local             • Provide name
                                                                   communities        tags for
                                                               • Private              officials and
                                                                   sector             councillors
                                                                                   • Provide tags
                                                                                      on the doors




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Priority Issue: OFFICE INFRASTRUCTURE                                        Project No NMMDM 14
& MAINTENANCE
Project Name:                  Office Space                                  Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:             To provide office space /infrastructure and   • 2011
                               maintenance of the building                   • NMMDM
Outputs:                       Indicators:                                   Location:
• Boom gate installed by       • Number of Boom gate installed by            • NMMDM
    August                          August
• Entrance cards provided      • Number of Entrance cards provided
• Contract/SLA signed for 12   • Number of Contract/SLA signed for 12
    mths                            mths
• Maintenance plan             • Maintenance plan
• Contract/SLA signed          • Contract/SLA signed
• Sanitax installed & contract • Sanitax installed & contract signed
    signed                     • Number of Bills paid without interest
• Bills paid without interest  • Cleaned environment
• Bills paid without interest  • Office allocated
• Bills paid without interest  • Contracts/SLA signed for 12mths
• Cleaned environment          • Furnished offices
• Bills paid without interest
• Office allocated
• Contracts/SLA signed for
    12mths
• Furnished offices




Major Activities:                 Responsible          Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                  Agencies:            Agencies:                                                                             2011/12
                                                                             ACTIVITY                  2007/8            2009/10   2010/11
                                                                                                                2008/9




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•   Install boom gate and provide   •   CDM              •   CDM              •   Install boom gate and      R1000800
    entrance cards                  •   Local            •   Local                provide entrance
•   Ensure provision of security        communities          communities          cards
    services in all CDM's main      •   Private sector   •   Private sector   • Ensure provision of
    entrances                                                                     security services in all
•   Maintain CDM's buildings                                                      CDM's main                 R628425
•   Insure CDM's building &                                                       entrances
    equipments                                                                • Maintain CDM's
•   Provide hygiene services in                                                   buildings                  R150399.96
    all bathrooms                                                             • Insure CDM's                 R 205107
•   Pay monthly water bill                                                        building &                 R805 517.04
•   Pay monthly electricity Bill                                                  equipments
•   Pay monthly rates & taxes                                                 • Provide hygiene
•   Purchase cleaning chemicals                                                   services in all
                                                                                  bathrooms                  R 276912
    & equipments                                                                                             R 150 750
•   Provide stationery & printing                                             • Pay monthly water
                                                                                  bill                       R 495 000
•   Purchase uniform /protective                                                                             R 100 000
    clothing for general workers                                              • Pay monthly
                                                                                                             R 220 000
•   Ensure provision of                                                           electricity Bill
                                                                                                             R2 100 000
    refreshments                                                              • Pay monthly rates &
                                                                                                             R1 200 000
•   Ensure payment of monthly                                                     taxes
                                                                                                             R 600 000
    telephone bills                                                           • Purchase cleaning            R 400 000
•   Provision of office space –                                                   chemicals &
    rental                                                                        equipments
•   Provide office machines and                                               • Provide stationery &
    equipments( faxes,                                                            printing
    photocopiers)                                                             • Purchase uniform
•   Purchase furniture for new                                                    /protective clothing
    employees                                                                     for general workers
                                                                              • Ensure provision of
                                                                                  refreshments
                                                                              • Ensure payment of
                                                                                  monthly telephone
                                                                                  bills
                                                                              • Provision of office
                                                                                  space – rental
                                                                              • Provide office
                                                                                  machines and
                                                                              172equipments( faxes,
                                                                                  photocopiers)
                                                                              Purchase furniture for
                                                                              new employees
Priority Issue: RECORD MANAGEMENT                                        Project No 15
Project Name:              Record management                             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:         To provide efficient and effective records    • 2011
                           management                                    • NMMDM
Outputs:                   Indicators:                                   Location:
• postage, stamps and      • Access to Information Manual                • NMMDM
    courier services       • Contract/SLA signed for 12mts
    provided               • Report on collaborator
• Acc to Information
    Manual developed
• service provider for
    Courier services
    appointed
• usage of collaborator
    monitored
Major Activities:           Responsible              Possible Funding    Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                            Agencies:                Agencies:           ACTIVITY            2007/8               2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
• Ensure provision of      • NMMDM
    postage, stamps and    • Local communities • NMMDM                   •    Ensure provision of   R 120404.04
    courier services       • Private sector           • Local                 postage, stamps
• Develop Acc to                                           communities        and courier
    Information Manual                                • Private sector        services
• Appoint service provider                                               •    Develop Acc to
    for Courier services                                                      Information Manual
• Monitor usage of                                                       •    Appoint service
    collaborator                                                              provider for
                                                                              Courier services
                                                                         •    Monitor usage of
                                                                              collaborator




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Priority Issue: FLEET MANAGEMENT                                              Project No 16
Project Name:                  Fleet management                               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:             To provide efficient and effective records     • 2011
                               management                                     • NMMDM
Outputs:                       Indicators:                                    Location:
• Licenses renewed             • Renewed without penalty                      • NMMDM
• oil and fuel provided        • Contract/SLA for 12mths
• council vehicles maintained  • Maintenance plan
• new vehicles acquired        • No of new vehicles purchased
• Tracking system installed

Major Activities:                       Responsible        Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                        Agencies:          Funding            ACTIVITY 2007/8           2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                       • NMMDM             Agencies:          Licences     R 423 348
                                       • Local communities                    Oil and Fuel R 1 834 902
                                       • Private sector     • NMMDM           Maintenance R
•   Ensure renewal of licenses                              • Local           New          R1 400 000
•   Ensure provision of oil and fuel                            communities   Vehicles
•   Ensure maintenance of council                           • Private
    vehicles                                                    sector
•   Acquisition of new vehicles
•   Tracking system




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Priority Issue: HR Administration                                              Project No NMMDM 17
Project Name:                              HR Administration                   Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                         To Provide a sound                  • 2011
                                           human resources function to the     • NMMDM
                                           Municipality
Outputs:                                   Indicators:                         Location:
• departmental requests on staff           • Vacancy filled within two three   • NMMDM
   procurement processed                       after the closing dated
• relocation costs for new employees       • Payments of relocation, made
   paid                                        within three months
• subsistence & travelling costs of        • Payment of subsistence
   interviewees and panel members              &travelling done within seven
   paid                                        days after claims made


                                            Responsible   Possible             Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                            Agencies:     Funding              ACTIVITY               2007/8        2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                           • NMMDM        Agencies:            • Process              R 2 150 000
Major Activities:
                                           • Local                                departmental
                                              communities • NMMDM                 requests on staff
•   Process departmental requests on
                                           • Private       • Local                procurement
    staff procurement
                                              sector           communities     • Ensure payment of R200 000
•   Ensure payment of relocation costs
                                                           • Private              relocation costs
    for new employees
                                                               sector             for new employees
•   Ensure payment of subsistence &
                                                                               • Ensure payment of
    travelling costs of interviewees and                                                              R100 000
    panel members                                                                 subsistence &
                                                                                  travelling costs of
                                                                                  interviewees and
                                                                                  panel members




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Priority Issue: Employment Equity                                           Project No NMMDM 18
Project Name:                    Employment Equity                          Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                                                          • 2011
                                                                            • NMMDM
Outputs:                            Indicators:                             Location:
• Employment Equity forum           • Equity forum in operation by end of   • NMMDM
   resuscitated                         August 2007
• Workshop for the forum            • Forum work shopped end of
   conducted                            September 2007
• Development of equity plan        • Equity plan developed by end of
   coordinated.                         November 2007
• Diversity management
   programme rolled out

                                     Responsible         Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                     Agencies:           Funding            ACTIVITY               2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
Major Activities:
                                    • NMMDM              Agencies:          • Resuscitate
                                    • Local                                    Employment Equity
•   Resuscitate Employment Equity
                                       communities        •   NMMDM            forum
    forum
                                    • Private sector      •   Local         • Provide workshop
•   Provide workshop for the
                                                              communities      for the forum.
    forum.
                                                          •   Private       • Coordinate the
•   Coordinate the development of
                                                              sector           development of
    equity plan.
                                                                               equity plan.
•   Roll-out diversity management
                                                                            • Roll-out diversity
    programme
                                                                               management
                                                                               programme




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Priority Issue: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT                                      Project NMMDM 19
Project Name:                      Capacity Building and Skill                Targets / Target Group:
                                   Development                                • 2011
Project Objective:                 To facilitate capacity building & skills   • NMMDM
                                   development within the Municipality
Outputs:                           Indicators:                                Location:
• Skills audit conducted           • Skills plan in place by July 2007.       • NMMDM
• WSP implemented                  • 150 employees trained by June
• Leadership Programme developed       2008
• learner-ship Programmes          • 75% grants claimed
    implemented                    • No. of unemployed people place
• Councillors on capacity building     in learner ship programme by
    programme enrolled                 December 2007
                                   • WSP for 2008/9 submitted
                                       timeously.
                                   • No of Councillors capacitated
                                       by June 2008
                                    Responsible                Possible       Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                    Agencies:                  Funding        ACTIVITY             2007/8        2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                   • NMMDM                     Agencies:      • Conduct skills
Major Activities:                  • Local communities                           audit             R 3 000 000
                                   • Private sector             • NMM         • Implement WSP
• Conduct skills audit                                              DM        • Develop
• Implement WSP                                                 • Local          Leanership
• Develop Leanership Programme                                      com          Programme
• Implement learner-ship                                            munit     • Implement
    Programmes                                                      ies          learner-ship
• Enroll Councilors on capacity                                 • Privat         Programmes
    building programme                                              e         • Enroll
                                                                    secto        Councillors on
                                                                    r            capacity building
                                                                                 programme




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Priority Issue: Training And Development                                    Project No NMMDM 20
Project Name:                           Capacity Building and Training      Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      To ensure Sound Labour Relation     • 2011
                                        Management                          • NMMDM
Outputs:                                Indicators:                         Location:
• DC cases administered                 • Cases finalized after three       • NMMDM
• LLF meetings facilitated                  months
• Capacity building for all Employees   • Meetings held every month
• Grievance handling                    • All officials capacitated on
• Strike management conducted               reviewed collective agreement
                                            by March 2008
                                        • After five days


                                           Responsible   Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                           Agencies:     Funding            ACTIVITY             2007/8       2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
Major Activities:
                                          • NMMDM        Agencies:          • Administration of  R3 750 000
                                          • Local                              DC cases
•   Administration of DC cases
                                             communities • NMMDM            • Facilitate LLF
•   Facilitate LLF meetings
                                          • Private       • Local              meetings
•   Capacity building for all Employees                       communiti
                                             sector                         • Capacity building
•   Grievance handling                                        es               for all Employees
•   Strike management                                     • Private         • Grievance handling
                                                              sector        • Strike management




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Priority Issue: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT                                 Project No NMMDM 21
Project Name:               Capacity Building and Training               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:          To provide EAP services to staff             • 2011
                            members                                      • NMMDM
Outputs:                    Indicators:                                  Location:
• EAP(Information sharing)  • No. of managers/supervisors trained        • NMMDM
    contextualised              on EAP by the end July 2007
• Programmes marketed to    • EAP awareness conducted by end of
    all employees               August 2007
• Preventative Training and • Training on the following Financial
    Education conducted         skills, Stress management, Alcohol and
• Psychological evaluation      Substance abuse, Productivity plus,
    therapy and referrals       Assertiveness training, depression and
    conducted                   Trauma
                            • Employees refer for counselling a day
                                after trauma, within a week after
                                consultation
                             Responsible            Possible Funding     Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                             Agencies:              Agencies:            ACTIVITY           2007/8       2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                            • NMMDM                                      • Contextualizatio
Major Activities:
                            • Local                  • NMMDM                n of
                                communities          • Local                EAP(Information
• Contextualization of
    EAP(Information sharing • Private sector             communities        sharing
                                                     • Private sector    • Marketing of the
• Marketing of the
                                                                            programme to
    programme to all
                                                                            all employees
    employees
                                                                         • Preventative
• Preventative Training and
    Education                                                               Training and
                                                                            Education
• Psychological evaluation
                                                                         • Psychological
    therapy and referrals
                                                                            evaluation
                                                                            therapy and
                                                                            referrals




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Priority Issue: Training And Development                                         Project No NMMDM 22
Project Name:                       Capacity Building and Training               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                  To Ensure the Municipality complies with     • 2011
                                    Employment Equity                            • NMMDM
Outputs:                            Indicators:                                  Location:
• Employment Equity forum           • Forum in operation by August 2007          • NMMDM
    resuscitated                    • Forum members work shopped by end
• Workshop for the forum                of September 2007
    conducted                       • EE Plan reviewed annually
• Development of equity plan        • EE Report submitted on due date
    coordinated                     • No. of employees work-shopped
• Diversity management
    programmes rolled out

Major Activities:                    Responsible         Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                     Agencies:           Agencies:               ACTIVITY             2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
•   Resuscitate Employment Equity   • NMMDM                                      • Resuscitate
    forum                           • Local                •   NMMDM                Employment Equity
•   Provide workshop for the           communities         •   Local                forum
    forum                           • Private sector           communities       • Provide workshop
•   Coordinate the development of                          •   Private sector       for the forum
    equity plan                                                                  • Coordinate the
•   Roll-out diversity management                                                   development of
    programmes                                                                      equity plan
                                                                                 • Roll-out diversity
                                                                                    management
                                                                                    programmes




Priority Issue: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT                                    Project No NMMDM 23
Project Name:             Capacity Building and Training                    Targets / Target Group:




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Project Objective:              To ensure the Municipality complies with   •    2011
                                Occupational Health and Safety             •    NMMDM
                                In the workplace
Outputs:                        Indicators:                                Location:
• OHS coordinator               • Train/Appointment of OHS coordinator     • NMMDM
   appointed and trained             by August 2007.
• Health and safety             • No. of employees work-shopped by the
   workshops coordinated             October 2007
• OHS Representatives           • OHS committee appointed by November
   appointed.                        2007
• Safety representative         • Employees compensated a month after
   appointed                         investigations are concluded.
• Employees for
   occupational injuries
   compensated
Major Activities:                Responsible        Possible Funding       Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                 Agencies:          Agencies:              ACTIVITY                 2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
•   Training /appoint OHS       • NMMDM                                    • Training /appoint OHS
    coordinator                 • Local              •   NMMDM                 coordinator
•   Coordinate the health          communities       •   Local             • Coordinate the health
    and safety workshops        • Private sector         communities           and safety workshops
•   Appointment of OHS                               •   Private sector    • Appointment of OHS
    Representatives.                                                           Representatives.
•   Safety representative                                                  • Safety representative
    appointed                                                                  appointed
•   Compensate employees                                                   Compensate employees for
    for occupational injuries                                              occupational injuries




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Priority Issue: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT                               Project No NMMDM 24
Project Name:           Capacity Building and Training                 Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:      To ensure the Municipality implement           • 2011
                        Performance Management System                  • NMMDM
Outputs:                Indicators:                                    Location:
• Training on PMS       • Senior Managers and PMS Coordinators         • NMMDM
    conducted               trained on PMS by the end of June 2007
• Performance           • Valid performance agreement in place by
    agreements              end of July 2007
    developed           • Guideline on the implementation of PMS
• Guidelines on             and Incentive policy in place by the end
    implementation of       of June 2007
    PMS and Incentive   • Implementation of PMS is coordinated in
    policy/Remuneration     all Local Municipality
    policy developed.   • Quarterly assessments done 15 days
• Implementation of         after the end of every quarter.
    PMS coordinated     • Annual assessment done by 15 June 2008
• Quarterly             • Payment of reward made by August
    assessment              2008.
    coordinated.
• Performance
    Rewards
    administered.




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Major Activities:           Responsible        Possible Funding    Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                            Agencies:          Agencies:           ACTIVITY                 2007/8       2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
•   Training on PMS        • NMMDM                                 • Training on PMS        R1 200 000
•   Development of         • Local communities • NMMDM             • Development of
    Performance            • Private sector     • Local               Performance
    agreements                                      communities       agreements
•   Develop guidelines                          • Private sector   • Develop guidelines on
    on implementation                                                 implementation of PMS
    of PMS and Incentive                                              and Incentive
    policy/Remuneration                                               policy/Remuneration
    policy.                                                           policy.
•   Coordinating of the                                            • Coordinating of the
    implementation of                                                 implementation of PMS
    PMS                                                            • Coordinate the
•   Coordinate the                                                    quarterly assessment.
    quarterly                                                      • Coordinate the annual
    assessment.                                                       assessment
•   Coordinate the                                                 • Performance Rewards
    annual assessment                                                 made
•   Performance
    Rewards made
•




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Priority Issue: LEGAL SUPPORT SERVICES                                  Project No NMMDM 25
Project Name:              Legal Support Services                       Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:         To provide legal support services to the     • 2011
                           Municipality                                 • NMMDM
Outputs:                   Indicators:                                  Location:
• Presiding Officers &     • No. of presiding officers and              • NMMDM
    Prosecutors appointed      prosecutors appointed.
• Transcripts developed    • No. of transcripts developed.
• Attorneys & counsels     • No. of attorneys and counsels
    appointed                  appointed.
• Legal advices & opinions • Litigation free legal advices.
    solicited              • Litigation free contracts/SLA
• Contracts developed      • No. of cases completed
• Law library & purchase   • Functional electronic library. No. of
    books established          books and manuals procured
• Policies & by laws       • No. of legislative compliant by-laws and
    developed/reviewed         policies
                           • No. of by-laws gazetted.
                           • No. of publications made.
Major Activities:           Responsible           Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                            Agencies:             Agencies:             ACTIVITY              2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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•   Appointment of             •   NMMDM                                 •   Appointment of         R5 000 000
    Presiding Officers &       •   Local            •   NMMDM                Presiding Officers &
    Prosecutors                    communities      •   Local                Prosecutors
•   Development of             •   Private sector       communities      • Development of
    transcripts                                     •   Private sector       transcripts
•   Appointment of                                                       • Appointment of
    Attorneys & counsels                                                     Attorneys & counsels
•   Legal advices & opinions                                             • Legal advices &
•   Development of                                                           opinions
    contracts                                                            • Development of
•   Establish law library &                                                  contracts
    purchase books,                                                      • Establish law library
•   Develop/ Review policies                                                 & purchase books,
    & bylaws                                                             • Develop/ Review
•   Publications                                                             policies & bylaws
                                                                         Publications




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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Priority Issue: budget preparation                                                    Project No NMMDM 26
Project Name:                         Budget preparation                              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    Prepare a budget that is aligned to IDP         • 2011
                                                                                      • NMMDM
Outputs:                              Indicators:                                     Location:
- Budget process plan prepared        • Budget process plan approval by 30            • NMMDM
- Meetings arranged                       August 2007
- Departmental budgets consolidated   • No of meetings
- Budget published                    • Draft budget tabled by 31 March 2008
- Policies reviewed                   •    Budget advertised by 14 April 2008
- Approved Budget Submitted to        • Approval by Council 31 May 2008
National and Provincial Treasury      •

Major Activities:                     Responsible          Possible Funding           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                      Agencies:            Agencies:                  ACTIVITY        2007/8        2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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•   Preparation of budget process plan   •   NMMDM                                   - Preparation of       - 30/08/08
•   Arrange meetings                     •   Local            •   NMMDM              budget process         (R 60 000, 00)
•   Consolidation of departmental            communities      •   Local              plan
    budgets                              •   Private sector       communities        - Arrange
•   Publication of budget                                     •   Private sector     meetings               - 31/05/08
•   Review of policies                                                               -Consolidation of
•   Approval of Budget Submission of                                                 departmental           -31/03/ 08
    approved budget to National and                                                  budgets
    Provincial Treasury                                                              - Publication of
                                                                                     budget                 14/04/08
                                                                                     - Review of policies
                                                                                     - Approval of          31/05/08
                                                                                     Budget
                                                                                     - Submission of        31/05/08
                                                                                     approved budget
                                                                                     to National and        14/06/ 08
                                                                                     Provincial Treasury




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Priority Issue: monitoring and review of budget                                   Project No NMMDM 27
Project Name:                         Monitoring and review of budget             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    To ensure that expenditure is within        • 2011
                                      budgeted guidelines                         • NMMDM
Outputs:                              Indicators:                                 Location:
• GS560 checked                       • Monthly departmental reports by the       • NMMDM
• Departmental spending commented         10 working day of each month
    on                                • Approval by 31 January 2008
Major Activities:                      Responsible            Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                       Agencies:              Funding             ACTIVITY         2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
• Checking GS560                      • NMMDM                 Agencies:           • Checking       30/06/08
• Commenting on departmental          • Local communities                            GS560
    spending.                         • Private sector         • NMMDM            • Commenting
• Preparation of adjustment budget                             • Local               on
                                                                    communities      departmental
                                                               • Private             spending.
                                                                    sector        • Preparation of
                                                                                     adjustment
                                                                                     budget        31/01/08




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Priority Issue: MFMA implementation, monitoring and reporting                 Project No NMMDM 28
Project Name:                       MFMA implementation, monitoring and       Targets / Target Group:
                                    reporting                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                  To comply with MFMA,GAMAP/GRAP            • NMMDM
                                    regulations
Outputs:                            Indicators:                               Location:
• 12 S71 Report to National and     • Submission by the 10th working day of   • NMMDM
    Provincial Treasury produced        each month
• 4 quarterly reports prepared      • Submission by the 10th working day of
                                        the quarter ending
• S72 report prepared               • Approval by 31 January 2008 in
                                        council.
• Quarterly and mid-year reports to • Approval by 31 January 2008 in
    Stats SA, DPLGH, and other          council.
    stakeholders prepared and       • Submission 86 reports to stakeholders
    submitted                           as per request
•
Major Activities:                    Responsible           Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                     Agencies:             Funding            ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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•   Produce 12 S71 Report to National   •   NMMDM             Agencies:         •   Produce 12
    and Provincial Treasury             •   Local communities                       S71 Report to   Monthly
•   Prepare 4 quarterly reports         •   Private sector     • NMMDM              National and
                                                               • Local              Provincial
•   Prepare S72 report                                            communities       Treasury
                                                               • Private        •   Prepare 4
•   Prepare and submit quarterly and                              sector            quarterly
    mid-year reports to Stats SA,                                                   reports
    DPLGH, and other stakeholders                                                                   30/06/08
                                                                                •   Prepare S72
                                                                                    report

                                                                                •   Prepare and
                                                                                    submit          31/01/08
                                                                                    quarterly and
                                                                                    mid-year
                                                                                    reports to      30/06/08
                                                                                    Stats SA,
                                                                                    DPLGH, and
                                                                                    other
                                                                                    stakeholders




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Priority Issue: preparation of bank reconciliation                                  Project No NMMDM 29
Project Name:                          Preparation of bank reconciliation           Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                     To ensure that the bank balance is           • 2011
                                       accurate, valid and complete                 • NMMDM
Outputs:                               Indicators:                                  Location:
•    bank statement received           • 12 bank reconciliations                    • NMMDM
•    Printed cashbook
•    Transactions recorded in cashbook
    not in statement are identified
• Transactions recorded
•
Major Activities:                       Responsible             Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                        Agencies:               Funding             ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
• Receive bank statement               • NMMDM                  Agencies:           • Receive bank  Monthly
•    Print cashbook                    • Local communities                             statement
•    Identify transactions recorded in • Private sector          • NMMDM            •   Print
    cashbook not in statement                                    • Local               cashbook
•    Record such transactions                                         communities   •   Identify
                                                                 • Private             transactions
                                                                      sector           recorded in
                                                                                       cashbook not
                                                                                       in statement
                                                                                    • Record such
                                                                                       transactions




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Priority Issue: Asset management                                                        Project No NMMDM 30
Project Name:                            Asset management                               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       Control custody and safeguarding of            • 2011
                                         municipality’s assets                          • NMMDM
Outputs:                                 Indicators:                                    Location:
•    Permanent asset numbers             • Reconciled asset register to general         • NMMDM
   allocated                                 ledger
•   capture permanent asset numbers      • 4 Assets verification per annum
   are captured onto financial system    • Reconciled asset register to general
   and asset register                        ledger
•   Office furniture lists are updated
• All asset purchases are budgeted for
•   Information from all department
   for assets disposal are collected


Major Activities:                        Responsible             Possible               Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                         Agencies:               Funding                ACTIVITY        2007/8        2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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                                           •   NMMDM             Agencies:         •   Allocate           30/06/08
•   Allocate permanent asset numbers       •   Local communities                       permanent          (150.000.00)
•    capture these onto financial system   •   Private sector     • CDM                asset numbers
    and asset register                                            • Local          •    Capture these
•    update office furniture lists                                   communities       onto financial
•   ensure all asset purchases are                                • Private            system and
    budgeted for                                                     sector            asset register
•    collect information from all                                                  •    Update office
    department for assets disposal                                                     furniture lists
                                                                                   •   Ensure all asset   31/05/08
                                                                                       purchases are
                                                                                       budgeted for
                                                                                   •    Collect
                                                                                       information
                                                                                       from all
                                                                                       department
                                                                                       for assets
                                                                                       disposal




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Priority Issue: financial statements                                          Project No NMMDM 31
Project Name:                   Financial statements                          Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:              Prepare accurate and complete statements in   • 2011
                                terms of approved standards                   • NMMDM
Outputs:                        Indicators:                                   Location:
• Trail balance constructed     • Submission on or before 30 August 2007      • NMMDM
• Journals prepared
• Financial statements
    completed

•
Major Activities:                Responsible          Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs (In RANDS):
• Construction of trail          Agencies:            Agencies:                                                                                       2011/12
                                                                              ACTIVITY                    2007/8                  2009/10   2010/11
   balance,                     • NMMDM                                                                                  2008/9
• preparation of journals       • Local                •   NMMDM              •   Construction of trail   30/08/08
• complete financial               communities         •   Local                  balance,                (500.000.00)
   statements                   • Private sector           communities        •   Preparation of
                                                       •   Private sector         journals
                                                                              •   Complete financial
                                                                                  statements




Priority Issue: management of financial management grant                            Project No NMMDM 32
Project Name:                        Management of financial management grant       Targets / Target Group:




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Project Objective:                     To capacitate staff on management skills     • 2011
                                       and competencies                             • NMMDM
Outputs:                               Indicators:                                  Location:
• action plan completed and            • Monthly reports submitted to DPLG          • NMMDM
   submitted to National Treasury          by the 2nd working day of each month
• interns employed                     • 3 interns on two year contracts
• Capacity building programs           • Management and Finance staff training
   facilitated                             on Supply Chain Management,
                                           Budgeting and NT competency
                                           requirements.
                                        Responsible             Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                        Agencies:               Funding                                                                          2011/12
Major Activities:                                                                   ACTIVITY             2007/8              2009/10   2010/11
                                       • NMMDM                  Agencies:                                           2008/9
                                       • Local communities                          •   Completion       30/06/08
                                       • Private sector          • NMMDM                and submission
•   Completion and submission of
                                                                 • Local                of action plan
    action plan to National Treasury
                                                                      communities       to National
•   Employment of interns
                                                                 • Private              Treasury
•   Facilitate Capacity building
                                                                      sector        •   Employment of
    programs
                                                                                        interns
                                                                                    •   Facilitate       01/08/08
                                                                                        Capacity
                                                                                        building         30/06 08
                                                                                        programs




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Priority Issue: Administration of creditors                                         Project No NMMDM 33
Project Name:                           Payment of Creditors                        Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                     Payment of creditors within 30 days          • 2011
                                                                                    • NMMDM
Outputs:                                  Indicators:                               Location:
• Purchase requisition, order and             • Monthly creditors reconciliations   • NMMDM
   cheque requisition form, tax invoice       • No. of queries received
   are approved, attached and stamped         • No audit queries on filing
   before execution of payments               • No audit queries on cheque
• Supporting documents are filed and              register
   retained                                   • 12 Monthly cheque reconciliations
• Cheques to service providers are
   issued after completing all
   information and signed for by
   collector or depositor
• Cash book and bank statement are
   prepared and reconciled

Major Activities                          Responsible            Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
• Ensure approved purchase                Agencies:              Funding                                                        2009/1    2010/   2011/12
                                                                                    ACTIVITY                  2007/8   2008/9
                                                                 Agencies:                                                      0        11




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    requisition, order and cheque          •   NMMDM                                 •   Ensure approved           05th working
    requisition form, tax invoice are      •   Local communities   •   NMMDM             purchase requisition,     day of each
    attached and stamped paid before       •   Private sector      •   Local             order and cheque          month
    execution of payments                                              communities       requisition form, tax
•   Filing and retention of supporting                             •   Private           invoice are attached
    documents                                                          sector            and stamped paid
•   Issue of cheques to service                                                          before execution of
    providers after completing all                                                       payments
    information and signed for by                                                    •   Filing and retention of
    collector or depositor                                                               supporting documents
•   Preparation of cash book and                                                     •   Issue of cheques to
    reconciliation to the bank statement                                                 service providers after
                                                                                         completing all
                                                                                         information and signed
                                                                                         for by collector or
                                                                                         depositor
                                                                                     •   Preparation of cash
                                                                                         book and reconciliation   30/06/08
                                                                                         to the bank statement



                                                                                                                   30/06/08




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Priority Issue: VAT Administration                                                   Project No NMMDM 34
Project Name:                            Vat administration                          Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       Preparation of monthly vat reconcialtion    • 2011
                                         and returns.                                • NMMDM
Outputs:                                 Indicators:                                 Location:
• Reconciliation of input an output      • 12 accurate and reliable reconciliation   • NMMDM
   tax performed                         • 100% submission on or before the 24th
•   VAT 201 form and submission of           of every month
   returns to SARS completed

•
Major Activities:                         Responsible        Possible                Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                          Agencies:          Funding                 ACTIVITY          2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
•   Perform reconciliation of input an   • NMMDM             Agencies:               • Perform         30/06/08
    output tax                           • Local communities                            reconciliation
•   Complete VAT 201 form and            • Private sector     • NMMDM                   of input an
    submission of returns to SARS                             • Local                   output tax
                                                                  communities        • Complete VAT
                                                              • Private                 201 form and   30/06/08
                                                                  sector                submission of
                                                                                        returns to
                                                                                        SARS




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Priority Issue Loan Administration                                                 Project No NMMDM 35
Project Name:                          Loan Administration                         Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                     Preparation of loan reconciliation          • 2011
                                                                                   • NMMDM
Outputs:                               Indicators:                                 Location:
   • Monthly statements from                                                       • NMMDM
       DBSA and update loan register   •   Reconciled loan register
       obtained                        •   Provide and update interest payments
   • Interest payments provided and
       updated
Major Activities:                       Responsible        Possible                Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                        Agencies:          Funding                 ACTIVITY              2007/8         2008/9
•   Obtain monthly statements from     • NMMDM             Agencies:               • Obtain monthly      30/06/08
    DBSA and update loan register      • Local communities                            statements from
•   Provide and update interest        • Private sector     • NMMDM                   DBSA and update
    payments                                                • Local                   loan register
                                                                communities        • Provide and update
                                                            • Private                 interest payments
                                                                sector
                                                                                                             30/06/08




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Priority Issue: management of subsistence and travelling costs                    Project No NMMDM 36
Project Name:                        management of subsistence and                Targets / Target Group:
                                     travelling costs                             • 2011
Project Objective:                   Ensure S & T is paid after proper            • NMMDM
                                     authorizations


Outputs:                              Indicators:                                 Location:
• S&T claims received                                                             • NMMDM
• S&T claims checked for proper       •   No of unauthorized claims paid/Total
   authorization                          claims processed
•   Accurate rates are calculated
•   All supporting documents are
   attached.
Major Activities:                      Responsible        Possible                Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                       Agencies:          Funding                 ACTIVITY                2007/8     2008/9
•   Receive S&T claims                • NMMDM             Agencies:               • Receive S&T claims    30/06.08
•    check for proper authorization   • Local communities                         •   check for proper
•    calculate accurate rates         • Private sector     • NMMDM                   authorization
•   ensure all supporting documents                        • Local                •   calculate accurate
    are attached.                                              communities           rates
                                                           • Private              • ensure all supporting
                                                               sector                documents are
                                                                                     attached.




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Priority Issue: Management of Payroll                                                  Project No NMMDM 37
Project Name:                             Management of Payroll                        Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                       • 2011
Project Objective:                        Payment of employee salaries and third       • NMMDM
                                          parties by the 25th and 02nd day of each
                                          month
Outputs:                                  Indicators:                                  Location:
• Changes to employee details (bank            • Number of authorized changes          • NMMDM
   details, start and termination dates            effected
   etc) are authorized                         • 12 approved master reports
• Payroll before salary run reviewed           • 25th of each month or earlier
• Pay-slips distributed                            where 25th is during the weekend.
• Salary payments prepared                     • 3 days before payday.
• Salary payments effected                     • Actual date salaries are paid (25th
• All salary related queries handled               of each month)
• Cell phone and telephone                     • Number of queries responded to
   deduction statements circulated                 within 7 working days
•                                              • No. of queries received
• Major Activities:                        Responsible              Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                           Agencies:                Funding            ACTIVITY                  2007/8   2008/9




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                                            •   CDM               Agencies:         •   Authorization of all changes     3rd working day
•   Authorization of all changes to         •   Local communities                       to employee details (bank        of each month
    employee details (bank details, start   •   Private sector     • CDM                details, start and
    and termination dates etc)                                     • Local              termination dates etc)
•   Review of payroll before salary run                               communities   •   Review of payroll before
•   Distribution of pay-slips                                      • Private            salary run
                                                                      sector        •   Distribution of pay-slips
•   Preparation of salary payments                                                                                       3rd working day
•   Effect salary payments                                                          •   Preparation of salary            of each month
•   Handling of all salary related                                                      payments
    queries.                                                                        •   Effect salary payments
•   Circulation of cellphone and                                                    •   Handling of all salary related
    telephone deduction statements                                                      queries.
•   Submission of returns to third                                                  •   Circulation of cellphone and
    parties e.g. SARS, Pension funds etc.                                               telephone deduction
•   Compilation, updating and                                                           statements
    disclosure of financial information                                             •   Submission of returns to
    relating to employees e.g. leave                                                    third parties e.g. SARS,
    provision, employee benefits.                                                       Pension funds etc.
                                                                                    •   Compilation, updating and
                                                                                        disclosure of financial
                                                                                        information relating to
                                                                                        employees e.g. leave
                                                                                        provision, employee
                                                                                        benefits




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Priority Issue: Projects administration                                                 Project No NMMDM 38
Project Name:                             Projects administration                       Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                        • 2011
Project Objective:                        To execute payments that are valid,           • NMMDM
                                          accurate, timeously and complete
Outputs:                                  Indicators:                                   Location:
• Supporting documentation for            • Payments effected within 14 days of         • NMMDM
   projects payments received and             receipt in finance department.
   inspected
• Sufficient funds to execute the
   payment for relevant projects are
   determined
• Monthly projects performance

Major Activities:                         Responsible               Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                          Agencies:                 Funding             ACTIVITY        2007/8          2008/9




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•   Receive and inspect supporting        •   NMMDM             Agencies:         •   Receive and        30/06/08
    documentation for projects            •   Local communities                       inspect
    payments                              •   Private sector     • NMMDM              supporting
•   Determine if the relevant project                            • Local              documentation
    has sufficient funds to execute the                             communities       for projects
    payment.                                                     • Private            payments
•   Monthly reporting on projects                                   sector        •   Determine if
    performance                                                                       the relevant
                                                                                      project has
                                                                                      sufficient funds   30/06/08
                                                                                      to execute the
                                                                                      payment.
                                                                                  •   Monthly
                                                                                      reporting on
                                                                                      projects
                                                                                      performance

                                                                                                         30/06/08




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Priority Issue: Investments                                                            Project No NMMDM 38
Project Name:                 Maximise Interest on Investments                         Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:            To maximize interest on investment                       • 2011
                                                                                       • NMMDM
Outputs:                      Indicators:                                              Location:
• 3 quotations before         No. of approvals not obtained before investing council   • NMMDM
   investments are            funds/Total approvals
   confirmed and obtained     Total returns received/
• approval from               Amount budgeted
   Accounting Officer
   obtained                   Submitted within 05th working day
• surplus cash invested       •
• investments register
   prepared and updated
•
Major Activities              Responsible            Possible Funding Agencies:        Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):




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•   Obtain 3 quotations        Agencies:                                       ACTIVITY
    before investments are    • NMMDM            •   NMMDM                     • Obtain 3
    confirmed                 • Local            •   Local communities           quotations
•   Obtain approval from         communities     •   Private sector              before
    Accounting Officer        • Private sector                                   investments
•   Investment of surplus                                                        are confirmed
    cash to obtain best                                                        • Obtain
    possible returns                                                             approval from
•   Preparations and                                                             Accounting
    updating of investments                                                      Officer           2007/8   2008/9
    register                                                                   • Investment of
                                                                                 surplus cash to
                                                                                 obtain best
                                                                                 possible
                                                                                 returns
                                                                               • Preparations
                                                                                 and updating
                                                                                 of investments
                                                                                 register




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Priority Issue: Grant management                                                     Project No NMMDM 39

Project Name:                              Grant Allocation                          Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                         To ensure that all grants allocated are   • 2011
                                           actually received                         • NMMDM
Outputs:                                   Indicators:                               Location:
• transfer of total grant allocated        • Amounts received and invested within    • NMMDM
   facilitated                                 5 days of transfer 30 June 2007
• grants and subsidies direct deposit      • % of Grants and subsidies direct
   cleared                                     deposit allocated 30 June 2007
•
                                            Responsible        Possible              Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
Major Activities:
                                            Agencies:          Funding                                 2007/8      2008/09   2009/10   2010/11
                                           • NMMDM             Agencies:             ACTIVITY
•   Facilitate transfer of total grant
                                           • Local communities                       • Facilitate
    allocated
                                           • Private sector     • NMMDM                 transfer of
•   Clearing grants and subsidies direct
                                                                • Local                 total grant
    deposit
                                                                    communities         allocated
                                                                • Private            • Clearing grants
                                                                    sector              and subsidies
                                                                                        direct deposit




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Priority Issue: Revenue Enhancement                                           Project No NMMDM 40
Project Name:                       Revenue generation                        Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                  To maximize own revenue generation        • 2011
                                                                              • NMMDM
Outputs:                            Indicators:                               Location:
• Participate in donor funding      • Amount received through donor           • NMMDM
   activities                           funding
• Tariffs reviewed                  • Approved tariffs
• water collection agents managed   • 10% increase in water income
• cost recovery implemented         • 10% increase in other income.
• sundry income managed
Major Activities:                    Responsible        Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
• Participate in donor funding       Agencies:          Agencies:
                                                                              ACTIVITY      2007/08     2008/09   2009/10   2010/11
   activities                       • NMMDM
• Review of tariffs                 • Local              •   NMMDM            • donor       R100 000
• Management of water collection       communities       •   Local              funding
   agents                           • Private sector         communities
• Implement cost recovery                                •   Private sector
   (collection of income from
• Local Municipalities)
• Management of sundry income
   (grader, tanker etc)




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Priority Issue: Guesthouse                                                        Project No NMMDM 41
Project Name:                      Management of Guesthouse                       Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                 Management of guest house                      • 2011
                                                                                  • NMMDM
Outputs:                           Indicators:                                    Location:
• receipts and reconciliation to   • Monthly reconciliation of cash received      • NMMDM
   number of rooms occupied        • 60% increase in current income
   per night allocated             • 20% Reduction in expenditure to maintain
• income for guest house               rooms
   maximised
• House-keeping of the room
Major Activities:                   Responsible       Possible Funding            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
• Allocation of receipts and        Agencies:         Agencies:                                     2007/8         2008/9   2009/10   2010/11
                                                                                  ACTIVITY
   reconciliation to number of     • NMMDM
   rooms occupied per night        • Local            •   NMMDM                                         R2,2 m
                                                                                 House-keeping of the
• Maximize income for guest           communities     •   Local communities      room
   house                           • Private sector   •   Private sector
• House-keeping of the room




                                                                                                        R300 000




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Priority Issue: Customer Care, Cash control and debt collection                      Project No NMMDM 42
Project Name:                           Management of Revenue Collection             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      Ensure effective management of revenue       • 2011
                                        collections                                  • NMMDM
Outputs:                                Indicators:                                  Location:
• Receipts issued                            • Number of client payment              • NMMDM
• Daily cash count (balancing)                   received supported by a receipt
• direct deposit cleared                         number
• customer statements issued                 • Amount of surplus or shortage/
• outstanding debts collected                • % of allocated direct deposit
                                             • 20th day of each month
                                             • By the 5th working day of each
                                                 month
                                             • 100% on outstanding debts
Major Activities:                        Responsible             Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):




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•   Issue of receipts                  Agencies:          Funding            ACTIVITY
•   Daily cash count (balancing)      • NMMDM             Agencies:
•   Clearing direct deposit           • Local communities                    •    Issue of
•   Issuing of customer statements    • Private sector     • NMMDM                receipts
•   Collection of outstanding debts                        • Local           • Daily
                                                              communities         cash
                                                           • Private              count
                                                              sector              (balancin
                                                                                  g)
                                                                             • Clearing
                                                                                  direct
                                                                                  deposit     2007/8
                                                                             • Issuing
                                                                                  of
                                                                                  custome
                                                                                  r
                                                                                  stateme
                                                                                  nts
                                                                            Collection of
                                                                            outstanding
                                                                            debts




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Priority Issue: Compilation and administration of supplier database                Project No NMMDM 43
Project Name:                 Development and administration of supplier           Targets / Target Group:
                              database                                             • 2011
Project Objective:            To compile register for vendors which will be used   • NMMDM
                              to procure goods and services on a rotation basis
Outputs:                      Indicators:                                          Location:
• supplier registration       • Issue of advertisement by                          • NMMDM
    advertised                • Approval of supplier database by the council
• forms on the electronic     • No. of used suppliers/ Total suppliers for the
    system captured               year
• suppliers rotated
• quotation register
    compiled
Major Activities:              Responsible                 Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
• Advertising for supplier     Agencies:                   Agencies:               ACTIVITY          2007/8        2008/9   2009/10   2010/11
    registration              • NMMDM
• Capturing of forms on       • Local communities           • NMMDM                •    Advertising for
    the electronic system     • Private sector              • Local communities         supplier
• Rotation of suppliers                                     • Private sector            registration
• Compiling a quotation                                                            •    Capturing of
    register                                                                            forms on the
                                                                                        electronic
                                                                                        system
                                                                                   •    Rotation of
                                                                                        suppliers
                                                                                   •    Compiling a
                                                                                        quotation
                                                                                        register

Priority Issue: Procurement                                                            Project No NMMDM 44
Project Name:                            Procurement of goods and services             Targets / Target Group:




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Project Objective:                      To ensure that procurement of goods and       •   2011
                                        services is executed in an economic,          •   NMMDM
                                        efficient and effective manner
Outputs:                                Indicators:                                   Location:
• requests from departments                   • Number of requests executed           • NMMDM
   received                                       within 3 working days/Total
• Ensure budget allocation before                 requests received
   quotations are requested                   • Number of unauthorized
• quotation and issue orders                      expenditure
   requested.                                 • Service provided within 5 working
• Reporting                                       days of request
•                                             • Report submitted by the 3rd
                                                  working day of the month.
Major Activities:                        Responsible               Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
• Receive requests from departments      Agencies:                 Funding            ACTIVITY        2007/8
• Ensure budget allocation before       • NMMDM                    Agencies:
   quotations are requested             • Local communities
• Request quotation and issue orders.   • Private sector            • NMMDM
• Reporting                                                         • Local
                                                                        communities
                                                                    • Private
                                                                        sector




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Priority Issue: Bidding                                                          Project No NMMDM 45
Project Name:                      Procurement of goods and services             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                 To procure goods and services in              • 2011
                                   accordance with                               • NMMDM
                                   the regulations on supply chain
                                   management

Outputs:                           Indicators:                                   Location:
• Bids advertised                  • No of bids approved /Total bids by 30       • NMMDM
• bid register administred             June 2007
• bids opened                      • Number of bid documents submitted
• bidding committees coordinated       to bid evaluation/Bids registered by 30
• minutes and reports compiled         June 2007
• Awarding                         • Number of bids opened on closing
• External Reporting                   date/Total number of bids advertised
•                                      by 30 June 2007
                                   • Number of bid meeting not held within
                                       3 working days by 30 June 2007
                                   • Total bids registered/Minute and
                                       reports by 30 June 2007
                                   • Number of appointment letters
                                       finalized within 3 days/Total bids
                                       adjudicated by 30 June 2007
                                   • Reports sent to National Treasury
                                       within 10 working days of the month
                                       by 30 June 2007.

Major Activities:                  Responsible              Possible             Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                   Agencies:                Funding




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•   Advertising of bids                  •   NMMDM             Agencies:
•   Administration of bid register       •   Local communities
•   Opening of bids                      •   Private sector     • NMMDM
•   Coordination of bidding committees                          • Local
•   Compilation of minutes and reports                             communities
•   Awarding                                                    • Private
•   External Reporting                                             sector




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Priority Issue: Contract management                                                     Project No NMMDM 46
Project Name:                    Contract management with Suppliers                     Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:               To ensure suppliers performance is evaluated.          • 2011
                                                                                        • NMMDM
Outputs:                            Indicators:                                         Location:
• contract register kept               •   No of contracts filled/Total bids            • NMMDM
• bid documents filed                      awarded
• register of service providers
                                       •   No audit queries received
   who provide poor quality, do
   not deliver and always late to      •   No of suppliers referred to LED
   deliver kept and maintained.            for training.
•
                                     Responsible        Possible Funding                 Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                     Agencies:          Agencies:                        ACTIVITY
Major Activities:                   • NMMDM                                              Keep contract
                                    • Local communities • NMMDM                          register
•   Keep contract register          • Private sector     • Local communities             • Filling of bid 2007/8
                                                         • Private sector                     documents
•   Filling of bid documents
                                                                                       Keep register of
•   Keep register of service
                                                                                       service providers
    providers who provide poor
                                                                                       who provide poor
    quality, do not deliver and
                                                                                       quality, do not
    always late to deliver.
                                                                                       deliver and always
                                                                                       late to deliver.




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Priority Issue: Petty cash management                                       Project No NMMDM 47
Project Name:                  Petty cash management                        Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:             To balance petty cash                        • 2011
                                                                            • NMMDM
Outputs:                       Indicators:                                  Location:
• petty cash request and       • 12 Petty cash reconciliations              • NMMDM
   reconcile prepared on a     • No of queries regarding unavailable
   monthly basis                   petty cash
• petty cash is requested
   on time.
•
Major Activities:               Responsible         Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                Agencies:           Agencies:                                           2007/8   2008/9   2009/10   2010/11
                                                                            ACTIVITY
•   Prepare petty cash         • NMMDM
                                                                            • Prepare petty cash
    request and reconcile on   • Local                 •   NMMDM
                                                                               request and reconcile on
    a monthly basis               communities          •   Local               a monthly basis
•   Ensure petty cash is       • Private sector            communities
                                                                            • Ensure petty cash is
    requested on time.                                 •   Private sector      requested on time.




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Priority Issue: Inventory management                                               Project No NMMDM 48
Project Name:                           Inventory Management                       Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      Maintenance of minimum order levels to     • 2011
                                        avoid stock-outs                           • NMMDM
Outputs:                                Indicators:                                Location:
                                        • No of queries on unavailable stock       • NMMDM
                                        • 12 counts performed in a year
                                        • Number of unrecorded issues and
                                             receipts
                                        • 12 reports on stock management
                                        •
Major Activities:                        Responsible           Possible            Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                         Agencies:             Funding
                                        • NMMDM                Agencies:
•   Determine minimum stock levels      • Local communities
    and ensure inventory availability    Private sector         • NMMDM
•   Physical stock counts                                       • Local
                                                                                   ACTIVITY     2007/8
•   Implementation of controls when                                  communities
    issuing and receiving stock                                Private sector
•   Reporting




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DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN: PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

Priority Issue: Enhancement of LED                                             Project No NMMDM 49
Project Name:                           DGDS Projects                          Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      To foster implementation of DGDS       • 2011
                                                                               • NMMDM
Outputs:                                Indicators:                            Location:
   Regional Fresh Produce Mkt               • Business plans for each          • NMMDM
   established                                 DGDS intervention.
   Art & Craft Centre established abd
   fuctional
    Office precinct development
    District Tourism development
   strategy developed
Major Activities:                       Responsible         Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                        Agencies:           Funding            ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                            Agencies:                            R977
    Establish Regional Fresh Produce    •   NMMDM            • NMMDM                             080-00
    Market                              •                    • Local
    Promote Art & Craft Centre                                   communities
    Develop Office precinct                                  • Private
•   Develop District Tourism strategy                            sector




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Priority Issue: Enhancement of LED                                                Project No NMMDM 50
Project Name:                           High Impact Projects                      Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      To promote high impact (big bang)         • 2011
                                        economic development in district          • NMMDM
Outputs:                                Indicators:                               Location:
   • Citrus production encouraged           •   Funding compact                   • NMMDM
   • Slate mining initiative promoted       •   Issued mining licence.
   • Regional Fresh produce market              Release of further funding:
      established
   • Mafikeng IDZ marketted
                                                IDC, TEO.
                                            •  Business plan
                                            •  Formal agreement with clear role
                                               for CDM
Major Activities:                        Responsible         Possible             Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                         Agencies:           Funding              ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
Promotion of ‘flagship’ projects:                            Agencies:                              R400
   Encourage Tsholofelo citrus          • NMMDM               • NMMDM                               000-00
   production                           •                     • Local
• Promote Slate mining initiative                                  communities
   (Ramotshere Moiloa LM)                                     • Private
   Establishe Regional Fresh produce                               sector
   Mkt
• Market Mafikeng IDZ




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Priority Issue: Enhancement of LED                                                    Project No NMMDM 51
Project Name:                             community-based initiatives                 Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To support community-based initiatives on    • 2011
                                         a direct or counter-funding basis.           • NMMDM
Outputs:                                 Indicators:                                  Location:
   ‘soft’ funding projects prioritised        • Funding disbursement for              • NMMDM
   community-based ‘income                        earmarked projects.
   generating’ projects strengthened          • Monitoring and Evaluation reports
                                                  bi-monthly
                                              • Number of soft projects
                                              • Number of community based
                                                  income generating projects
Major Activities:                         Responsible              Possible           Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                          Agencies:                Funding            ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
District Poverty Alleviation                                       Agencies:
programme:                               • NMMDM                    • NMMDM
    Prioritize ‘soft’ funding projects   •                          • Local
     (see annexure 1)                                                   communities
    Strengthen community-based                                      • Private
    ‘income generating’ projects                                        sector
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Priority Issue: Enhancement of LED                                                    Project No NMMDM 52
Project Name:                             Tourism projects/ Strategic                 Targets / Target Group:
                                         Tourism promotion                            • 2011
Project Objective:                       To support/develop strategic tourism         • NMMDM
                                         projects in district.
Outputs:                                 Indicators:                                  Location:
• Jazz Africa Heritage pilgrimage                 o Disbursed funding                 • NMMDM
   festival promoted
• Lotlamoreng 3rd phase uupgraded
• Heritage trans- frontier Park
   established

Major Activities:                        Responsible             Possible             Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                         Agencies:               Funding              ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                 Agencies:                              R977
                                         •   NMMDM                • NMMDM                               080-00
                                         •                        • Local
                                                                      communities
•   Promote Jazz Africa Heritage                                  • Private
    pilgrimage festival                                               sector
•   Upgrade Lotlamoreng 3rd
•   Establish Heritage trans- frontier
    Park




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Priority Issue: Enhancement of LED                                                       Project No NMMDM 53
Project Name:                              agric and enterprise competitiveness/         Targets / Target Group:
                                          Enterprise Promotion and                       • 2011
                                          Development:                                   • NMMDM
Project Objective:                        To raise the profile of trade through
                                          marketing: Stimulate commercial produce
                                          in agric and enterprise competitiveness.
Outputs:                                       • Better performing / preferential        Location:
   • SMME training conducted                        procurement compliant SMMEs.                NMMDM
   • Marketing: shows and trade                     No of training sessions conducted.
      fairs                                    • No of business enterprises with
   • District agric show                            improved performance. No of
      strengthened                                  municipally driven expos/fairs
   • Promote District farmer of                     convened.
      year promoted                            • Actual events held.

                                                                 Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
Major Activities:                                                Agencies:                                                                            2011/12
                                                                                         ACTIVITY          2007/8                 2009/10   2010/11
                                                                  • NMMDM                                                2008/9
    •   Conduct SMME training                                     • Local
    •   Market shows and trade fairs                                  communities
    •   Strengthen District agric show.                           • Private sector       SMME Training     R200 000-00
    •   Promote District farmer of
        year.                                                                            Marketing shows   R300 000-00
                                                                                         Focussed
                                                                                         Programmes        R770 000-00




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Priority Issue: Municipal Planning                                             Project No NMMDM 54
Project Name:                         formulation /review of sector and        Targets / Target Group:
                                     normative plans                           • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure formulation /review of          • NMMDM
                                     sector and normative plans for district
                                     (and LMs in need).
Outputs:                             Indicators:                               Location:
    WSDP reviewed                        • Reviewed and adopted sector                NMMDM
    ITP completed                            plans.
    IWMP reviewed                        • Feasibility report documents.
    EMP/SDF finalised                    • WSDP document
    Feasibility studies conducted        • Completed ITP document
                                         • Implementable IWMP
                                         • Adopted EMP/SDF for district.
                                             SDFs:
                                         • Ratlou, Tswaing LMs.
                                         • Feasibility reports as and when
                                             required for specific subjects.
         Major Activities:                                Possible Funding     Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
                                                          Agencies:            ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
    Review WSDP                                            • NMMDM                               R722
    Complete ITP                                           • Local                               920-00
    Review IWMP                                                communities
    Finalise EMP/SDF                                       • Private sector
    Conduct Feasibility studies




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Priority Issue: Municipal Planning                                             Project No NMMDM 55
Project Name:                         IDP Process                              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   To support IDP process in district and    • 2011
                                     LMs in need – annual reviews etc.         • NMMDM
Outputs:                             Indicators:                               Location:
                                     Functional IDP system.                            NMMDM
                                         •

       Major Activities:                                 Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
IDP support:                                             Agencies:             ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                          • NMMDM              Annual reviews.   R722
                                                          • Local                                920-00
    Annual reviews.                                           communities
                                                          • Private sector




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Priority Issue: Municipal Planning                                                Project No NMMDM 56
Project Name:                             NSDP application project                Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To Facilitate progress of NSDP           • 2011
                                         application project in district.         • NMMDM
Outputs:                                 Indicators:                              Location:
                                         Credible and compliant IDP.                      NMMDM
                                             •

          Major Activities:                                   Possible Funding    Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
    Facilitation of progress regarding                        Agencies:           ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
    government’s NSDP application                              • NMMDM                              R722
    project – Metros and districts’                            • Local                              920-00
    IDP                                                            communities
                                                               • Private sector




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Priority Issue: Community Development                                         Project No NMMDM 57
Project Name:                       NSDP application project/ CBO/NGO         Targets / Target Group:
                                        support for enterprise development    • 2011
Project Objective:                    To foster organized, formalized legal   • NMMDM
                                      entities – structured CBO network for
                                      broad-based participation in
                                      empowerment programmes and
                                      entrepreneurship promotion.
Outputs:                              Indicators:                             Location:
                                          • Functional CBO network                   NMMDM
                                               formations/legal entities.
                                          • Number of youth
                                                          Possible Funding    Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
        Major Activities:                                 Agencies:           ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
   Women in agriculture initiative                         • NMMDM                              R722
   Roads maintenance initiative                            • Local                              920-00
   Legal entity formation for CBOs.                            communities
   Youth empowerment initiatives                           • Private sector




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Priority Issue: Municipal Health Services                                       Project No NMMDM 58
Project Name:                            MH services                            Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      To assist in positioning CDM to         • 2011
                                       perform function and roll out MH         • NMMDM
                                       service.
Outputs:                                   Indicators:                          Location:
                                           • Section 78 assessment report              NMMDM
                                           • Terms of reference
                                           • Brief / appointment letter.
                                           • Interim arrangement to ensure
                                                uninterrupted service
                                                continuation.
                                                            Possible Funding    Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
        Major Activities:                                   Agencies:           ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
   Facilitation of ‘Section 78’                              • NMMDM                              R722
           assessment.                                       • Local                              920-00
   Drafting Terms of reference                                   communities
   Appointment of service                                    • Private sector
   provider.
   Further consultation: National
   Treasury, DDLGH and LMs:.




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Priority Issue: Community liaison-Community facilities/social amenities           Project No NMMDM 59
Project Name:                                                                     Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   To facilitate improved access to and         • 2011
                                      provision of government community           • NMMDM
                                      facilities
Outputs:                                   Indicators:                            Location:
                                           •                                             NMMDM



                                                          Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs(In RANDS):
        Major Activities:                                 Agencies:               ACTIVITY        2007/8    2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                           • NMMDM                                  R722
   MPCC roll out                                           • Local                                  920-00
                                                               communities
                                                           • Private sector




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          Finance



Priority Issue:     Development of IT Infrastructure                        Project NMMDM 60
Project Name:                  Cabling of Network Infrastructure for Head   Targets / Target Group:
                               office and Regional Offices                  • 2008
Project Objective:             To upgrade the existing Municipality’s       • Central District Municipality
                               Infrastructure.
Outputs:                       Indicators:                                  Location:
• Network points in all        • Network points installed                   • Central District Municipality
   offices.
• All Regional offices able to
   connect Head Office.




                                Responsible          Possible Funding       Time Frame & Costs:
Major Activities:               Agencies:            Agencies:              ACTIVITY          2007/8          2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
• Due diligence of Network        • IT Section        • Central District    Cabling of        August 2007
   Infrastructure of CDM                                  Municipality.     Infrastructure    R100 000.00
• Indicate faulty network
   points
• Cable all offices including
   Regional Offices




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Priority Issue:   Development of IT Infrastructure                     Project No NMMDM 61
Project Name:              Upgrade of the Server room                  Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:         To upgrade the existing Municipality’s      • 2008
                           Infrastructure.                             • Central District Municipality
Outputs:                   Indicators:                                 Location:
• Well secured server room • Secured server room with limited access   • Central District Municipality




Major Activities:               Responsible      Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
• Install fire detection and    Agencies:        Agencies:             ACTIVITY          2007/8          2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
   suppression system             • IT Section    • Central District   Upgrade of the    August 2007
• Install access security                             Municipality.    Server Room       R500 000.00
   system
• Install proper air-
   conditioning with
   automatic switch-off
• Install proper server room
   raised floor which is fire
   proof




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Priority Issue:     Development of IT Infrastructure                          Project No:NMMDM 62
Project Name:                 Procure Domain Controller, File Server,         Targets / Target Group:
                              Exchange Server and Backup server including     • 2008
                              three Remote servers for Regional offices and   • Central District Municipality
                              Open Volume Licence for Microsoft Office
Project Objective:                To upgrade the existing Municipality’s
                                  Infrastructure.
Outputs:                          Indicators:                                 Location:
• Domain Controller               • Working Domain Controller with access     • Central District Municipality
• File Server                          to the File server
• Exchange Server                 • Employees with access to Internet and
• Backup Server                        email
• Remote Servers                  • All Backups been done properly and
                                       according to procedure and policies
                                  • All Regional offices able to connect to
                                       Head office


                                  Responsible          Possible Funding       Time Frame & Costs:
                                  Agencies:            Agencies:              ACTIVITY            2007/8            2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
Major Activities:                   • IT Section        • Central District    Procurement of      October 2007
                                                            Municipality.     Domain Controller,  R2 300 000.00
• Due diligence of all existing
   Municipality Servers                                                       File Server, Backup
                                                                              Server and Remote
• Procurement and
                                                                              Servers.
   installation all the Servers
   indicated
                                                                              Procurement of         October 2007
• Procurement of Open
                                                                              Exchange Server        R500 000.00
   Volume Licences
                                                                              Microsoft Office       October 2007
                                                                                                     R500 000.00




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Priority Issue:   Development of IT Infrastructure                        Project No:NMMDM 63
Project Name:              Upgrade of Municipality’s Financial system     Targets / Target Group:
                           from Venus to eVenus                           • 2008
Project Objective:         To upgrade the existing Municipality’s         • Central District Municipality
                           Infrastructure.
Outputs:                   Indicators:                                    Location:
• eVenus system            • Upgraded, working eVenus system              • Central District Municipality




                                Responsible         Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
                                Agencies:           Agencies:             ACTIVITY          2007/8          2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
Major Activities:                 • IT Section       • Central District   Upgrade Venus to  R1 071 000.00
• Procure all required            • Business             Municipality.    eVenus system
   hardware and software              Connexion
• Install and upgrade from
   Venus to eVenus




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Priority Issue:   Internal IT Maintenance                                   Project No 64
Project Name:                 Maintenance and of Licensing of software,     Targets / Target Group:
                              Collaborator and Venus                        • 2008
Project Objective:            To make sure all Municipality’s IT hardware   • Central District Municipality
                              and software are properly maintained
Outputs:                      Indicators:                                   Location:
•                             • Licensed and maintained Collaborator        • Central District Municipality
                                  and Venus




                                 Responsible          Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
                                 Agencies:            Agencies:             ACTIVITY          2007/8          2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                   • IT Section        • Central District   Maintenance and   R420 000.00
Major Activities:                  • Business              Municipality.    licensing of
                                       Connexion                            Collaborator and
•
                                   • Business                               Venus
                                       Engineering




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Priority Issue:   Internal IT Maintenance                                    Project No 65
Project Name:                 Master System Plan                             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:            To develop Municipality’s Master System Plan   • 2008
                                                                             • Central District Municipality
Outputs:                       Indicators:                                   Location:
• MSP Plan                     • Well documented and workable MSP            • Central District Municipality




                                Responsible          Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs:
                                Agencies:            Agencies:               ACTIVITY           2007/8         2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                  • IT Section        • Central District     Master System Plan R500 000.00
Major Activities:                 • SITA                  Municipality.
•




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Priority Issue:    Financial Management                                      Project No NMMDM 66
Project Name:                                                                Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:          To manage efficiently and effectively the        • 2008
                            municipal finance in line with the Municipal     • Central District Municipality
                            Finance Management Act and other related
                            legislations
Outputs:                    Indicators:                                      Location:
                            • Comply with policies                           • Central District Municipality
• Compliance with
    legislation             • Comply with standards of GAMAP and
                                 GRAP in terms of Financial Statements

                             •   Ensure senior managers are trained on
                                 financial management.

                             •   Ensure the asset register is in line with
                                 GAMAP/GRAP regulations




Major Activities              Responsible                Possible Funding    Time Frame & Costs:
                              Agencies:                  Agencies:           ACTIVITY          2007/8          2008/9   2009/10




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                            •   Procured           •   NT                       R500 000.00   R500 000   R500 000
•   Development of              training service   •   Central District
    policies                    providers              Municipality.
•   Preparation of          •   SITA
    Financial Statements    •   CDM
•   Advice senior
    managers and
    managers of financial
    matters.
•   Alignment of current
    systems to
    GAMAP/GRAP




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Priority Issue:   FINANCIAL REPORTING                                     Project No NMMDM 67
Project Name:                                                             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:       To provide reports that are sound and provide    • 2008
                         guidance in decision making                      • Finance - NMMDM
Outputs:                 Indicators:                                      Location:
Unqualified audit        • S71 reports submitted within 10 working        • Finance - Central District Municipality
reports                      days
                         • Quarterly reports submitted by10 working
                             days
                         • Annual Financial Statements submitted by the
                             30 August 2007




Major Activities:          Responsible             Possible Funding       Time Frame & Costs:
                           Agencies:               Agencies:              ACTIVITY          2007/8                2008/9   2009/10




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•   Preparation of monthly,   •   NMMDM   •   Central District         R200 000   R250 000   R270 000
    quarterly and half                        Municipality.
    yearly reports

•   Submission of reports

•   Provide financial
    analysis on monthly,
    quarterly and half
    yearly reports
•




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Priority Issue:   REVENUE ENHANCEMENT                                      Project No NMMDM 68
Project Name:                                                              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:      To maximize own revenue generation                 • 2008
                                                                           • Finance – NMMDM
Outputs:                    Indicators:                                    Location:
                                                                           • Finance - Central District Municipality
•   50% increase in total   •   Amounts received through donor funding –
    own revenue                 R100 000
                            •   Approved tariffs
                            •   20% increase in current collection
                            •   10% increase in water collction
                            •   10% increase in water income



Major Activities:           Responsible             Possible Funding       Time Frame & Costs:
• Participate in donor      Agencies:               Agencies:
                                                                           ACTIVITY               2007/8           2008/9        2009/10
   funding activities         • NMMDM                • Central District
                                                                                                  Operational      Operational   Operational
• Review of tariffs                                      Municipality.
• Maximize guest house
   revenue
• Management of water
   collection
• Implementation of cost
   recovery




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      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                    Project No: NMMDM 69
      Project Name:                         Provision of Additional water storage      Targets / Target Group:
                                            capacity in Sannieshof/Agisanang           • 2011
      Project Objective:                    To improve on the provision of water in    • Residents of Sannieshof/Agisanang
                                            Sannieshof/Agisanang
      Location:                             Sannieshof/Agisanang (TLM)                 Total Cost: R1,800,000

      Possible Sources of Funding:                                                     Budget Allocation:
         •
                                                                                       2007/08       2008/09             2009/10    2010/11   2011/12


           4.1 TSWAING AND SECTOR DEPARTMENT PROJECTS

           A/ WATER




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                    Project NO NMMDM 70
Project Name:                         Investigate on existing and future yield   Targets / Target Group:
                                      of boreholes in Villages and Sannieshof    • 2011
Project Objective:                    To boost the provision of water in         • Residents of Sannieshof & surrounding villages
                                      Sannieshof and surrounding villages
Location:                             Sannieshof and surrounding villages        Total Cost: R700, 000
                                      (TLM)




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Possible Sources of Funding:                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                2007/08      2008/09              2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                   Project No: NMMDM 71
Project Name:                         Convert diesel pumps to electricity       Targets / Target Group:
                                      pumps in villages                         • 2011
Project Objective:                    To facilitate the provision of water in   • Residents of Tswaing villages
                                      villages
Location:                             Villages in Tswaing                       Total Cost: R1,100, 000

Possible Sources of funding:                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                2007/08      2008/09              2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                   Project No NMMDM 72
Project Name:                         Additional water supply from              Targets / Target Group:
                                      Atamelang to Delareyville




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Project Objective:                    To make available additional water      •   2011
                                      supply for residents of Delareyville.   •   Residents of Delareyville

Location:                             Atamelang/Delareyville (TLM)            Total Cost: R14,000,000

Possible Sources of funding:                                                  Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                              2007/08       2008/09           2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No NMMDM 73
Project Name:                         Procure at least four LDVs              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                                                            • 2011
                                                                              •
Location:                                       TLM                           Total Cost: R800, 000

Possible sources of funding:                                                  Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                              2007/08       2008/09           2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 73



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Project Name:                           Reticulation for 933 stands in              Targets / Target Group:
                                        Agisanang                                   • 2011
Project Objective:                      To make Water services more                 • Residents of Agisanang
                                        accessible to the residents of Agisanang
Location:                               Agisanang (TLM)                             Total Cost: – R6 200 000

Possible Sources of Funding:                                                        Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08      2008/09             2009/10   2010/11   2011/12


            B/ SANITATION

Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                                Project No:NMMDM 74
Project Name:                           Sewer reticulation in Ottosdal and          Targets / Target Group:
                                        Sannieshof                                  • 2011
Project Objective:                      To Provide adequate sanitation facilities   • Residents of Ottosdal and Sannieshof
                                        to residents of Ottosdal and Sannieshof
Location:                               Ottosdal and Sannieshof (TLM)               Total Cost: R35 000 000

Possible sources of funding:
                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08      2008/09             2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                                Project No:NMMDM 75
Project Name:                           Provide new Waste Water Treatment           Targets / Target Group:
                                        Plant at Sannieshof                         • 2011
Project Objective:                      To boost waste water treatment services     • Residents of Sannieshof
                                        in Sannieshof
Location:                               Sannieshof (TLM)                            Total Cost: R43 970 000

Possible sources of funding:
                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                                Project No:NMMDM 76
Project Name:                           Sewer reticulation of 855 stands in         Targets / Target Group:
                                        Delareyville x 7                            • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Delareyville
Project Objective:                     Provide adequate sanitation facilities for
                                       residents of Delareyville
Location:                              Delareyville (TLM)                           Total Cost: R9 600 000

Possible sources of funding:
                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
   • MIG/ DWAF/ CDM/ DBSA
                                                                                    2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                             Project No:NMMDM 77
Project Name:                           Upgrade pump stations and WWTP at        Targets / Target Group:
                                        Delareyville                             • 2011
Project Objective:                      Improve waste water treatment services   • Residents of Delareyville
                                        in Delareyville
Location:                               Delareyville (TLM)                       Total Cost: R4 500 000

Possible sources of funding:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:

                                                                                 2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12



Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                             Project No: NMMDM 77
Project Name:                           Provide new Waste Water Treatment        Targets / Target Group:
                                        Plant for Ottosdal                       • 2011
Project Objective:                      Improve waste water treatment services   • Residents of Ottosdal
                                        in Ottosdal
Location:                               Ottosdal (TLM)                           Total Cost: R46 000 000

Possible sources of funding:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:

                                                                                 2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                         Project No:NMMDM 78
Project Name:                           Upgrade pump station at Sannieshof   Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      To improve waste water treatment     • 2011
                                        services in Sannieshof               • Residents of Sannieshof
Location:                               Sannieshof (TLM)                     Total Cost: R6 000 000
                                                                             Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
                                                                             2007/08      2008/09        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                         Project No: NMMDM 79
Project Name:                           Provision of new Waste Water         Targets / Target Group:
                                        Treatment Plant for Sannieshof       • 2011
                                                                             • Residents of Sannieshof
Project Objective:                      To improve waste water treatment
                                        services in Sannieshof
Location:                               Sannieshof (TLM)                     Total Cost: R60 000 000

Possible sources of funding:                                                 Budget Allocation:

                                                                             2007/08      2008/09        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                         Project No:NMMDM 80
Project Name:                           Fence Waste Water Treatment Plant    Targets / Target Group:
                                        at Atamelang                         • 2011




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Project Objective:                    To ensure that waste water treatment in   •   Workers at the WWTP in Atamelang
                                      Atamelang is undertaken under a
                                      secure and safe environment.
Location:                             Atamelang (TLM)                           Total Cost: R900 000

Possible sources of funding:                                                    Budget Allocation:

                                                                                2007/08      2008/09            2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                            Project No: NMMDM 81
Project Name:                           Embark on rural sanitation program      Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                      To sensitize the rural locals on the    • 2011
                                        merits of proper sanitation             • Rural residents of TLM
Location:                               TLM                                     Total Cost: R56 000 000

Possible sources of funding:                                                    Budget Allocation:

                                                                                2007/08      2008/09            2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                         Project No: NMMDM 82
Project Name:                           Water borne sewer for Ottosdal and   Targets / Target Group:
                                        Sannieshof                           • 2011
Project Objective:                      To improve sanitation services in    • Residents of Ottosdal and Sannieshof
                                        Ottosdal and Sannieshof
Location:                               Ottosdal and Sannieshof (TLM)        Total Cost: R3 750 000

Possible sources of funding:                                                 Budget Allocation:

                                                                             2007/08      2008/09            2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of sanitation facilities                         Project No:NMMDM 83
Project Name:                           Operation and Monitoring of Waste    Targets / Target Group:
                                        Water Treatment Plants               • 2011
Project Objective:                      To ensure effective and efficient    • Workers at all WWTPs in TLM
                                        functioning of WWTPs
Location:                               TLM                                  Total Cost: R4 554 460

Possible sources of funding:                                                 Budget Allocation:

                                                                             2007/08      2008/09            2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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            C/ ROADS
Priority Issue:   Roads and Storm water upgrading                              Project No:NMMDM 84
Project Name:                        Roads and storm water upgrading in        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Letsopa                                   • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Letsopa
Project Objective:                   To provide adequate access to homes in
                                     the area
Location:                            Letsopa (TLM)                             Total Cost:
                                                                               Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    MIG
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09         2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Roads and Storm water upgrading                              Project No:NMMDM 85
Project Name:                        Upgrading of roads at Delareyville        Targets / Target Group:
                                                                               • 2011
Project Objective:                   To improve on road services in the area   • Residents of Delareyville
Location:                            Delareyville (TLM)                        Total Cost:
                                                                               Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    MIG
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09         2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Roads and Storm water upgrading                              Project No:NMMDM 86
Project Name:                        Construction of Phase 2 roads at          Targets / Target Group:
                                     Ottosdal                                  • 2011
Project Objective:                   To improve on road services in the area   • Residents of Ottosdal
Location:                            Ottosdal (TLM)                            Total Cost:
                                                                               Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •   MIG
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Roads and Storm water upgrading                              Project No:NMMDM 87
Project Name:                        Construction of Phase 2 roads at          Targets / Target Group:
                                     Sannieshof                                • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Sannieshof
Project Objective:                   To improve on road services in the area
Location:                            Sannieshof (TLM)                          Total Cost:
                                                                               Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •   MIG
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Roads and Storm water upgrading                             Project No:NMMDM 88
Project Name:                        Roads & storm water upgrading at         Targets / Target Group:
                                     Vrischgewaagd                            • 2011
                                                                              • Residents of Vrischgewaagd
Project Objective:                   To provide adequate access to homes in
                                     the area
Location:                            Vrischgewaagd                            Total Cost:
                                                                              Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    MIG
                                                                              2007/08       2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Roads and Storm water upgrading                             Project No:NMMDM 89
Project Name:                        Construction of new roads at Letsopa     Targets / Target Group:
                                                                              • 2011
Project Objective:                   To improve access to homes in the area   • Residents of Letsopa
Location:                            Letsopa (TLM)                            Total Cost:
                                                                              Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    MIG
                                                                              2007/08       2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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            D/ LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (LED)

Priority Issue:    Local Economic Development (LED)                           Project No:NMMDM 90
Project Name:                       Construct roads linking Villages          Targets / Target Group:
                                                                              • 2011
Project Objective:                  To improve the transport infrastructure   • Residents in the rural areas
                                    in the rural area to improve economic
                                    viability of municipality
Location:                           TLM                                       Total Cost:
                                                                              Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    DBSA
                                                                              2007/08       2008/09            2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:    Local Economic Development (LED)                           Project No:NMMDM 91
Project Name:                       Develop Tswaing conference facilities     Targets / Target Group:
                                                                              • 2011
Project Objective:                  To improve economic position of           • Conference organizers
                                    Municipality

Location:                           TLM                                       Total Cost:




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Possible sources of funding:                                           Budget Allocation:
       •    DEAT
                                                                       2007/08       2008/09     2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:    Local Economic Development (LED)                    Project No:NMMDM 92
Project Name:                       Promote the Thaba Sione Heritage   Targets / Target Group:
                                                                       • 2011
Project Objective:                  To Improve economic status of      • Thaba Sione community
                                    community
Location:                           Thaba Sione (TLM)                  Total Cost:
                                                                       Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    DEAT
                                                                       2007/08       2008/09     2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:    Local Economic Development (LED)                    Project No: NMMDM 93
Project Name:                       Nguni cattle breeding              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                       • 2011
Project Objective:                  To Improve economic status of      • Nguni community
                                    community




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Location:                          Nguni (TLM)                     Total Cost:
                                                                   Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    Agriculture
                                                                   2007/08       2008/09      2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Local Economic Development (LED)                 Project No:NMMDM 94
Project Name:                      Henk Joubert game reserve       Targets / Target Group:
                                                                   • 2011
Project Objective:                 To Improve economic status of   • Henk Joubert community
                                   community
Location:                          Henk Joubert (TLM)              Total Cost:
                                                                   Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
       •    Developers
                                                                   2007/08       2008/09      2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Local Economic Development (LED)                 Project No:NMMDM 95
Project Name:                      Barberspan nature reserve       Targets / Target Group:




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Project Objective:                      To Improve economic status of            • 2011
                                        community                                • Barberspan community
Location:                               Barberspan (TLM)                         Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • Conservation                                                           2007/08      2008/09      2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




            F/ HOUSING


Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 96
Project Name:                           500 Units x 5 Letsopa                    Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Letsopa
Location:                               Letsopa (TLM)                            Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DPLG                                                                   2007/08      2008/09      2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 97
Project Name:                         Unblock x 2 Letsopa Project 250            Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    To provide decent shelter to residents     • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Letsopa
Location:                               Letsopa (TLM)                            Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DPLG                                                                   2007/08      2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 98
Project Name:                           Agisanang x 3 – 933 units                Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Agisanang
Location:                               Agisanang (TLM)                          Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DPLG                                                                   2007/08      2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 99
Project Name:                           Geysdorp 322 units                       Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Geysdorp
Location:                               Geysdorp (TLM)                           Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DPLG                                                                   2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 100
Project Name:                           Mandela Park 320 units                   Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Mandela Park
Location:                               Mandela Park (TLM)                       Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DPLG                                                                   2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 101
Project Name:                           Vrischgewaagd 300 units                  Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Vrischgewaagd
Location:                               Vrischgewaagd (TLM)                      Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DPLG                                                                   2007/08      2008/09           2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 102
Project Name:                           Mofufutso 2 – 110 units                  Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Mofufutso 2
Location:                               Mofufutso 2 (TLM)                        Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        •                                                                        2007/08      2008/09           2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 103
Project Name:                         Diretsane 100 units                        Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    To provide decent shelter to residents     • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Diretsane
Location:                               Diretsane (TLM)                          Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        •                                                                        2007/08       2008/09      2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 104
Project Name:                           Thawane 80 units                         Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Thawane
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents
Location:                               Thawane (TLM)                            Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        •                                                                        2007/08       2008/09      2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 105
Project Name:                           Agisanang 58 units                       Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Agisanang
Location:                               Agisanang (TLM)                          Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        •                                                                        2007/08      2008/09         2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 106
Project Name:                         Mannomolela 60 units                       Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    To provide decent shelter to residents     • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Mannomolela
Location:                               Mannomolela (TLM)                        Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        •                                                                        2007/08      2008/09         2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 107
Project Name:                           Delareyville x 7 – 50 units              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Delareyville
Location:                               Delareyville (TLM)                       Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        •                                                                        2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue:   Provision of Houses                                            Project No:NMMDM 108
Project Name:                           Geluk 36 units                           Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To provide decent shelter to residents   • Residents of Geluk
Location:                               Geluk (TLM)                              Total Cost:
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        •                                                                        2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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           E/ ELECTRICITY
Priority Issue: Provision of Electricity                                Project No:NMMDM 109
Project Name:                          Connect 69 households in         Targets / Target Group:
                                      Mannamolela                       • 2011
                                                                        • Residents of Mannamolela
Project Objective:                    To improve quality of life
Location:                             Mannamolela (TLM)                 Total Cost:
                                                                        Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • Eskom                                                         2007/08       2008/09        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue: Provision of Electricity                                Project No:NMMDM 110
Project Name:                          Connect 36 Households in Geluk   Targets / Target Group:
                                                                        • 2011
Project Objective:                     To improve quality of life       • Residents of Geluk
Location:                             Geluk (TLM)                       Total Cost:




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Possible sources of funding:                                                  Budget Allocation:
        • Eskom
                                                                              2007/08       2008/09              2009/10         2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue: Provision of Electricity                                      Project No:NMMDM 111
Project Name:                          High mast lights for Gannalaagte and   Targets / Target Group:
                                      surrounding villages                    • 2011
                                                                              •   Residents of Gannalaagte and surrounding villages
Project Objective:                    To improve community safety
Location:                             Gannalaagte and surrounding villages    Total Cost:
                                      (TLM)
                                                                              Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • MIG                                                                 2007/08       2008/09              2009/10         2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue: Provision of Electricity                                      Project No:NMMDM 112
Project Name:                          High mast lights for Atamelang and     Targets / Target Group:
                                      surrounding villages                    • 2011




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Project Objective:                      To improve community safety          •   Residents of Atamelang and surrounding villages

Location:                               Atamelang and surrounding villages   Total Cost:
                                        (TLM)
                                                                             Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • MIG                                                                2007/08       2008/09              2009/10            2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue: Provision of Electricity                                     Project No:NMMDM 113
Project Name:                          High mast lights for Agisanang and    Targets / Target Group:
                                        surrounding villages                 • 2011
Project Objective:                      To improve community safety          • Residents of Agisanang and surrounding villages
Location:                               Agisanang and surrounding villages   Total Cost:
                                        (TLM)
                                                                             Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • MIG                                                                2007/08       2008/09              2009/10            2010/11   2011/12




            F/ EDUCATION & TRAINING

Priority Issue:   Provision of Education Facilities                          Project No:NMMDM 114



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Project Name:                        Resource centre in Ottosdal            Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   To improve the provision of learning   • 2011
                                     facilities                             • Residents of Ottosdal
Location:                            Ottosdal (TLM)                         Total Cost:
                                                                            Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DET                                                               2007/08       2008/09     2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue: Provision of Education Facilities                           Project No:NMMDM 115
Project Name:                        New primary school x 5 Letsopa         Targets / Target Group:
                                                                            • 2011
Project Objective:                   To improve the provision of learning   • Residents of Letsopa
                                     facilities
Location:                            Letsopa (TLM)                          Total Cost:
                                                                            Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DET                                                               2007/08       2008/09     2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue: Provision of Education Facilities                           Project No:NMMDM 116
Project Name:                        Agisanang extension 3 new primary      Targets / Target Group:
                                     school                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                   To improve the provision of learning   • Residents of Agisanang extension
                                     facilities
Location:                            Agisanang extension (TLM)              Total Cost:
                                                                            Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DET                                                               2007/08       2008/09           2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




Priority Issue: Provision of Education Facilities                           Project No: NMMDM 117
Project Name:                        Construction secondary school          Targets / Target Group:
                                     Delareyville x 7                       • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Delareyville
Project Objective:                   To improve the provision of learning
                                     facilities
Location:                            Delareyville (TLM)                     Total Cost:
                                                                            Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • DET                                                               2007/08       2008/09           2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




            G/ COMMUNITY FACILITIES




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Community Facilities                         Project No:NMMDM 118
      Priority Issue: Provision of Health Facilities                              Project No:TLM/LT/06
      Project Name:                         Clinic for Letsopa                    Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                  • 2011
                                                                                  • Residents of Letsopa
      Project Objective:
      Location:                              Letsopa (TLM)                        Total Cost:
                                                                                  Budget Allocation:
      Possible sources of funding:
              • Department of Health/Municipality                                 2007/08        2008/09         2009/10        2010/11        2011/12


Project Name:                          Community hall in Agisanang          Targets / Target Group:
                                                                            • 2011
Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for   • Residents of Agisanang
                                       different community activities
Location:                              Agisanang (TLM)                      Total Cost:
                                                                            Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • MIG                                                               2007/08         2008/09         2009/10        2010/11        2011/12




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Priority Issue: Provision of Health Facilities                    Project No:NMMDM 119
Project Name:                         Pharmacy for Delareyville   Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                                                • 2011
                                                                  • Residents of Delareyville
Location:                             Delareyville (TLM)          Total Cost:
                                                                  Budget Allocation:
Possible sources of funding:
        • Department of Health/Municipality                       2007/08      2008/09          2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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Priority Issue:   GUEST HOUSE                                            Project No: NMMDM 120
Project Name:                                                            Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:       To maximize own revenue generation              • 2008
                                                                         • Finance – NMMDM
Outputs:                    Indicators:                                  Location:
                                                                         • Finance - Central District Municipality
•   20% increase in total   •   Increase in revenue by 20%
    own revenue             •   Increase in guests
•   Rating (3 star)




Major Activities:           Responsible            Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
• Construction of front     Agencies:              Agencies:
                                                                         ACTIVITY               2007/8           2008/9   2009/10
   desk                       • NMMDM               • Central District
                                                                                                R1,2 m           R1.5m    R1,5
• Renovations                                           Municipality.
• Purchase of equipment
•




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Priority Issue:   ASSET AND EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT                           Project No: NMMDM 121
Project Name:                                                                Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:       • To effect payments to third parties within a      • 2008
                            30 days.                                         • Finance – NMMDM
                         • To manage asset register

Outputs:                      Indicators:                                    Location:
                                                                             • Finance - Central District Municipality
•   Reconciled asset              •   Number of audit queries on assets
    register                          register
•   Reduce in creditors           •   Number of queries from third parties
    queries




Major Activities:             Responsible              Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
                              Agencies:                Agencies:
                                                                             ACTIVITY               2007/8           2008/9     2009/10
•   Allocate permanent          • NMMDM                 • Central District
                                                                                                    R200 000         R250 000   R275 000
    asset numbers and                                       Municipality.
    capture these into
    financial systems and
    asset register and
    update office furniture
    lists; ensure all asset
    purchases are
    budgeted for; collect
    information from all
    department for asset
    disposal




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            4.2 MAFIKENG LM AND SECTOR DEPARTMENT PROJECTS
      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                  Project No:NMMDM 122

      Project Name:                         Provision of Water Stand pipes in Ward   Targets / Target Group:
                                            One                                      • 2011
      Project Objective:                    To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Ward One
                                            are accessible to the residents.
      Location:                             Ward One (MLM)                           Total Cost: R. 3,000,000

      Possible Sources of Funding:                                                   Budget Allocation:
         • MIG
                                                                                     2007/08 2008/09            2009/10         2010/11          2011/12
                                                                                       -     R 1.500,000,00      R 1.300,000,00   R 100,000,00       R -




            A- WATER




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 123

Project Name:                        Provision of Water Stand pipes in        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Masulthe 1 Phase 2 in Ward Two           • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Masulthe 1 Phase 2 in Ward Two
                                     are accessible to the residents
Location:                            Ward Two (MLM)                           Total Cost: R. 3,000,000




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      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                  Project No:NMMDM 124

      Project Name:                         Provision of Water Stand pipes in Ward   Targets / Target Group:
                                            Three                                    • 2011
      Project Objective:                    To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Ward Three
                                            are accessible to the residents
      Location:                             Ward Three (MLM)                         Total Cost: R. 3,000,000

      Possible Sources of Funding:                                                   Budget Allocation:
         • MIG
                                                                                     2007/08 2008/09              2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                                       -     R 1,000,000,00     R 1,000,000,00       R 500,000,00        R -

Possible Sources of Funding:                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                              2007/08 2008/09               2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                                -     R 1,500,000,00      R 1,300,000,00       R 100,000,00        R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 125

Project Name:                        Provision of Water Stand pipes in        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Tsetse, Matsatseng & Slurry




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Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services   • 2011
                                     are accessible to the residents          • Residents of Tsetse, Matsatseng & Slurry in Ward Four
Location:                            Tsetse,Matsatseng & Slurry (MLM)         Total Cost: R. 3,000,000

Possible Sources of Funding:                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                              2007/08 2008/09              2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                                -     R 1,000,000,00     R 1,000,000,00       R 500,000,00        R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 126

Project Name:                        Provision of Stand pipes at Lokaleng,    Targets / Target Group:
                                     Mogosane,Tlapeng,Lekgalong &             • 2011
                                     Moshawana in Ward Six                    • Residents of Lokaleng, Mogosane,Tlapeng,
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services      Lekgalong & Moshawana in Ward Six
                                     are accessible to the residents.
Location:                            Lokaleng,                                Total Cost: R. 4.500,000
                                     Mogosane,Tlapeng,Lekgalong &
                                     Moshawana in Ward Six (MLM)              Budget Allocation:
Possible Sources of Funding:
   • MIG                                                                      2007/08      2008/09            2009/10           2010/11           2011/12
                                                                              R 500,000,00 R 2,000,000,00      R 1,500,000,00        R 500,000,00        R




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      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                  Project No: NMMDM 127


      Project Name:                         Provision of Water Stand pipes in Top    Targets / Target Group:
                                            Village in Ward Seven                    • 2011
      Project Objective:                    To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Top Village in Ward Seven
                                            are accessible to the residents
      Location:                             Top Village in Ward Seven (MLM)          Total Cost: R. 3,000,000

      Possible Sources of Funding:                                                   Budget Allocation:
         • MIG
                                                                                     2007/08 2008/09              2009/10        2010/11           2011/12
                                                                                       -     R 1,000,000,00     R 1,000,000,00      R 500,000,00        R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                  Project No: NMMDM 128

Project Name:                        Provision of Twenty Stand pipes in        Targets / Target Group:
                                     New stands in Ward Eleven                 • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services    • Residents of New Stands in Ward Eleven
                                     are accessible to the residents
Location:                            New Stands in Ward Eleven (MLM)           Total Cost: R. 3,000,000

Possible Sources of Funding:                                                   Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                               2007/08 2008/09              2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                 -     R 1,000,000,00     R 500,000,00       R 500,000,00      R -




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 129

Project Name:                        Provision of Water Stand pipes at        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Mothlabeng & Dibate in Ward Thirteen     • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Mothlabeng & Dibate in Ward Thirteen
                                     are accessible to the residents
Location:                            Mothlabeng & Dibate in Ward Thirteen     Total Cost: R. 3,000,000
                                     (MLM)
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                              2007/08 2008/09              2009/10        2010/11           2011/12
                                                                                -     R 1,000,000,00     R 1,000,000,00      R 1,000,000,00       R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 130

Project Name:                        Provision of Water Stand pipes in Ward   Targets / Target Group:
                                     Fourteen                                 • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Ward Fourteen
                                     are accessible to the residents
Location:                            Ward Fourteen (MLM)                      Total Cost: R. 3,000,000

Possible Sources of Funding:                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                              2007/08 2008/09              2009/10        2010/11           2011/12
                                                                                -     R 1,000,000,00     R 1,000,000,00      R 1,000,000,00       R -




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Priority Issue:    Provision of Water Services                                    Project No: NMMDM 131

Project Name:                            Maintenance of Water Stand pipes in      Targets / Target Group:
                                         the Whole Ward of Fifteen                • 2011
Project Objective:                       To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Ward Fifteen
                                         are accessible to the residents
Location:                                Ward Fifteen (MLM)




      Priority Issue:    Provision of Water Services                                    Project No: NMMDM 132

      Project Name:                            Maintenance of Stand pipes in the        Targets / Target Group:
                                               Whole Ward of Sixteen                    • 2011
      Project Objective:                       To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Ward Sixteen
                                               are accessible to the residents
      Location:                                Ward Sixteen (MLM)                       Total Cost: R. 1,000,000,00

                                                                                        Budget Allocation:
            Possible Source of Funding
               • MIG                                                                    2007/08 2008/09          2009/10       2010/11        2011/12
                                                                                          -     R 20,000,00,     R 20,000,00    R 20,000,00     R 20,000,00

   Possible Source of Funding
      • MIG




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 133

Project Name:                        Provision of Water stand pipes in Ward   Targets / Target Group:
                                     Seven                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services   • Residents of Ward Seventeen
                                     are accessible to the residents
Location:                            Ward Seventeen(MLM)                      Total Cost: R. 3,000,000,00

                                                                              Budget Allocation:
   Possible source of Funding
      • MIG                                                                   2007/08 2008/09         2009/10       2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                -     R 1,000,000,00,   R 500,000,00 R 1,000,000,00       R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 134

Project Name:                        Provision of Eighty Water stand pipes    Targets / Target Group:
                                     at Mapetla, Tlhabologo, & Sehuba in      • 2011
                                     Ward Eighteen                            • Residents of Mapetla, Tlhabologo, & Sehuba in Ward Eighteen
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services
                                     are accessible to the residents
Location:                            Mapetla, Tlhabologo, & Sehuba in         Total Cost: R. 3,000,000,00
                                     Ward Eighteen (MLM)
                                                                              Budget Allocation:




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   Possible Source of Funding
      • MIG                                                                   2007/08         2008/09       2009/10        2010/11        2011/12
                                                                              1,000,000,00    R 500,000,00,   R 1,000,000,00 R 500,000,00       R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: NMMDM 135

Project Name:                        Provision of water stand pipes at        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Magogoe Koikoi and Central in Ward       • 2011
                                     Nineteen                                 • Residents of Magogoe Koikoi and Central in Ward Nineteen

Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services
                                     are accessible to the residents

Location:                            Magogoe Koikoi and Central in Ward       Total Cost: R. 3,000,000,00
                                     Nineteen (MLM)
                                                                              Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                    2007/08         2008/09        2009/10        2010/11        2011/12
   • MIG                                                                      500,000,00     R 1,000,000,00,   R 1,000,000,00 R 500,000,00       R -




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      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                     Project No: MLM/W20/P1

      Project Name:                         Maintenance of water stand pipes at         Targets / Target Group:
                                            Ramosadi in Ward Twenty                     • 2011
                                                                                        • Residents of Ramosadi in Ward Twenty
      Project Objective:                    To ensure that adequate water services
                                            are accessible to the residents

      Location:                             Ramosadi in Ward Twenty(MLM)                Total Cost: R. 1,000,000,00

                                                                                        Budget Allocation:
      Possible Source of Funding
         • MIG                                                                          2007/08     2008/09       2009/10         2010/11          2011/12
                                                                                        20,000,00   R 20,000,00     R 20,000,00    R 20,000,00    R 20,000,00




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                     Project No: NMMDM 136

Project Name:                        Provision of 60 water stand pipes at         Targets / Target Group:
                                     Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-One               • 2011
                                                                                  • Residents of Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-One
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services
                                     are accessible to the residents

Location:                            Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-                  Total Cost: R. 3,000,000,00
                                     One(MLM)
                                                                                  Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   • MIG                                                                          2007/08      2008/09        2009/10              2010/11
                                                                                  2011/12
                                                                                  R 100,000,00  R 1.500,000,00 R 1,300,000,00      R 100,000,00        R -




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      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                  Project No: MLM/W22/P4

      Project Name:                         Maintenance of water stand pipes in      Targets / Target Group:
                                            Ward Twenty-Two                          • 2011
                                                                                     • Residents of Ward Twenty-Two
      Project Objective:                    To ensure that adequate water services
                                            are accessible to the residents

      Location:                             Ward Twenty-Two (MLM)                    Total Cost: R. 3,000,000,00

                                                                                     Budget Allocation:
      Possible Source of Funding
         • MIG                                                                       2007/08      2008/09        2009/10               2010/11
                                                                                     2011/12
                                                                                     R 100,000,00  R 1.500,000,00 R 1,300,000,00        R 100,000,00   R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                  Project No: NMMDM 137

Project Name:                        Provision of water stand pipes in         Targets / Target Group:
                                     Dithakong West & East, Ditshilo in        • 2011
                                     Ward Twenty-Three                         • Residents of Dithakong West & East ,Ditshilo in Ward Twenty-Three

Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services
                                     are accessible to the residents

Location:                            Dithakong West & East ,Ditshilo in        Total Cost: R. 5,000,000,00
                                     Ward Twenty-Three (MLM)                   Budget Allocation:




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      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                    Project No: NMMDM 138

      Project Name:                         Provision of water at vegetable garden     Targets / Target Group:
                                            in Ditshilo & Lotlhakane in Ward           • 2011
                                            Twenty-Three                               • Residents of Dithakong West & East ,Ditshilo in Ward Twenty-Three

      Project Objective:                    To ensure that adequate water services
                                            are accessible to the residents

      Location:                             Dithakong West & East ,Ditshilo in         Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00
                                            Ward Twenty-Three (MLM)
                                                                                       Budget Allocation:
                                                                                       2007/08    2008/09            2009/10          2010/11            2011/12
      Possible Source of Funding                                                       R -        R 1.000,000.00     R 1,000,000.00
         • MIG
Possible Source of Funding                                                       2007/08      2008/09              2009/10             2010/11     2011/12
   • MIG                                                                         R 500,000.00 R 1.000,000.00       R 1,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 500,000.00



Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                    Project No: NMMDM 139

Project Name:                        Provision of water stand pipes in           Targets / Target Group:
                                     Weltevrede, Mooipan &                       • 2011
                                     Lombaardslaagte, Broksby in Ward            • Residents of Weltevrede, Mooipan & Lombaardslaagte, Broksby in Ward
                                     Twenty-four                                    Twenty-four




                                                                                      286
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services
                                     are accessible to the residents

Location:                            Weltevrede, Mooipan &
                                     Lombaardslaagte, Broksby in Ward
                                     Twenty-four (MLM)

      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                 Project No: MLM/W25/P1

      Project Name:                        Provision of 80 Water stand pipes in     Targets / Target Group:
                                           Driehoek, Nooitgedacht, Bapong,          • 2011
                                           Naauwpoort, & Kaalpan, Mandela Park      • Residents of Driehoek, Nooitgedacht, Bapong, Naauwpoort, & Kaalpan,
                                           in Ward Twenty-five                         Mandela Park in Ward Twenty-five

      Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services
                                           are accessible to the residents

      Location:                            Driehoek, Nooitgedacht, Bapong,          Total Cost: R. 6,000,000.00
                                           Naauwpoort, & Kaalpan, Mandela Park
                                           in Ward Twenty-five (MLM)                Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                    2007/08        2008/09       2009/10            2010/11           2011/12
         • MIG                                                                      R 500,000.00   R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 1,000,000.00   R 500,000.00

Possible Source of Funding
   • MIG




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                   Project No: NMMDM 140

Project Name:                        Provision water stand pipes/ public taps   Targets / Target Group:
                                     in Ward Twenty-Six                         • 2011
                                                                                • Residents of Ward Twenty-Six
Project Objective:                   To ensure that adequate water services
                                     are accessible to the residents

Location:                            Ward Twenty-Six (MLM)



      Priority Issue:   Provision of Water Services                                  Project NMMDM 141

      Project Name:                         Provision of water stand pipes in        Targets / Target Group:
                                            Dithakong Tsa Ga Sehuba, Skongesid       • 2011
                                            & Dihatshwana in Ward Twenty-Seven       • Residents of Dithakong Tsa Ga Sehuba, Skongesid & Dihatshwana in
                                                                                     Ward Twenty-Seven
      Project Objective:                    To ensure that adequate water services
                                            are accessible to the


      Location:                             Dithakong Tsa Ga Sehuba, Skongesid       Total Cost: R. 3.800,000.00
                                            & Dihatshwana in Ward Twenty-Seven
                                            (MLM)                                    Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                     2007/08         2008/09           2009/10        2010/11             2011/12
         • MIG                                                                       R 800,000.00   R 1,000,000.00   R 1,000,000.00   R 1,000,000.00       R -

Possible Source of Funding
   • MIG




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           B - HEALTH CARE FACILITIES




Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities   Project No: NMMDM 142




                                                            289
Project Name:                                                            Targets / Target Group:
                             Provision of a Mobile clinic at             • 2011
                             Magokgoane & Ikopeleng in Ward              • Residents of Magokgoane & Ikopeleng in Ward Three
                             Three

Project Objective:           To ensure that health care facilities are
                             made accessible to the residents
Location:                    Magokgoane & Ikopeleng in Ward              Total Cost: R. 2.000,000.00
                             Three (MLM)
                                                                         Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                     2007/08       2008/09       2009/10      2010/11      2011/12
                                                                         R 500,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 500,000.00 R -          R -




                                                                              290
      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: MLM/W4/P8

      Project Name:                                                                       Targets / Target Group:
                                              Provision of a clinic at Ottoshoop in       • 2011
                                              Ward Four                                   • Residents of Ottoshoop in Ward Four

      Project Objective:                      To ensure that health care facilities are
                                              made accessible to the residents


      Location:                               Ottoshoop in Ward Four (MLM)                Total Cost: R. 2.000,000.00

                                                                                          Budget Allocation:
      Possible Source of Funding
         •                                                                                2007/08       2008/09       2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                          R 500,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 500,000.00 R -       R -



Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 143

Project Name:                                                                      Targets / Target Group:
                                       Provision of a mobile clinic at             • 2011
                                       Matsatseng and Matsapole in Ward            • Residents of Matsatseng and Matsapole in Ward Four
                                       Four

Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are
                                       made accessible to the residents

Location:                              Matsatseng and Matsapole in Ward            Total Cost: R. 2.000,000.00
                                       Four (MLM)
                                                                                   Budget Allocation:




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      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: NMMDM 144

      Project Name:                                                                       Targets / Target Group:
                                              Establishment of a Home Based Care at       • 2011
                                              Mokgweetsi primary school in Ward           • Residents of Mokgweetsi in Ward Five
                                              Five

      Project Objective:                      •   To ensure that health care facilities
                                                  are made accessible to the residents

      Location:                               Mokgweetsi in Ward Five (MLM)               Total Cost: R. 500,000.00

                                                                                          Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                          2007/08      2008/09        2009/10       2010/11        2011/12
      •                                                                                   R -          R 250,000.00    R 250,000.00    R -           R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                               2007/08       2008/09       2009/10      2010/11            2011/12
                                                                                   R 500,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 500,000.00 R -               R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 145

Project Name:                          Provision of a clinic in Moshawane          Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                   • 2011
                                                                                   • Residents of Moshawane in Ward Five




                                                                                          292
Project Objective:                    To ensure that health care facilities are
                                      made accessible to the residents

Location:                             Moshawane in Ward Six (MLM)




      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 146

      Project Name:                          Provision of a clinic to cover the whole    Targets / Target Group:
                                             of Ward Seven                               • 2011
                                                                                         • Residents of Ward Seven
      Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are
                                             made accessible to the residents

      Location:                              Ward Seven (MLM)                            Total Cost: R. 1,000,000.00

                                                                                         Budget Allocation:
      Possible Source of Funding
         •                                                                               2007/08      2008/09          2009/10       2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                          R -        R 500,000.00       R 500,000.00    R -     R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •




                                                                                         293
Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 147

Project Name:                          Provision of a Community clinic in          Targets / Target Group:
                                       Riviera Park in Ward Nine                   • 2011
                                                                                   • Residents of Riviera Park in Ward Nine
Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are
                                       made accessible to the residents

Location:                              Riviera Park in Ward Nine (MLM)



      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: NMMDM 148

      Project Name:                           Provision of a clinic to cover Mocoseng     Targets / Target Group:
                                              & Seweding in Ward Fourteen                 • 2011
                                                                                          • Residents of Mocoseng & Seweding in Ward Fourteen
      Project Objective:                      To ensure that health care facilities are
                                              made accessible to the residents

      Location:                               Mocoseng & Seweding in Ward                 Total Cost: R. 500,000.00
                                              Fourteen (MLM)
                                                                                          Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                          2007/08      2008/09     2009/10       2010/11        2011/12   R -
         •                                                                                R 250,000.00   R 250,000.00   R -            R   -

Possible Source of Funding
   •




                                                                                          294
Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 149

Project Name:                          Provision of a Hospice for Ward 14          Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                   • 2011
Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are   • Residents of Ward Fourteen
                                       made accessible to the residents


Location:                              Ward Fourteen (MLM)                         Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00

                                                                                   Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                         2007/08      2008/09      2009/10       2010/11   2011/12   R
   •                                                                               500,000.00 R1,000,000.00 R 500,000.00   R -       R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 150


Project Name:                          Extension of a clinic at Ward Nineteen      Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                   • 2011
Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are   • Residents of Ward Nineteen
                                       made accessible to the residents

Location:                              Ward Nineteen (MLM)                         Total Cost: R. 1,000,000.00

                                                                                   Budget Allocation:



                                                                                        295
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                               2007/08     2008/09      2009/10           2010/11      2011/12       R -
                                                                                   R 500,000.00 R 500,000.00   R -                 R -



Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 151

Project Name:                          Provision of a clinic for Dithakong         Targets / Target Group:
                                       West in Ward Twenty-three                   • 2011
                                                                                   • Residents of Dithakong West in Ward Twenty-three
Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are
                                       made accessible to the residents
Location:                              Dithakong West in Ward Twenty-three         Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00
                                       (MLM)
                                                                                   Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                         2007/08         2008/09     2009/10           2010/11       2011/12
   •                                                                               R 500,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 500,000.00      R -           R -




                                                                                        296
      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: MLM/W24/P4

      Project Name:                           Extension of clinic Weldevrede in Ward      Targets / Target Group:
                                              Twenty-Four.                                • 2011
                                                                                          • Residents of Weldevrede in Ward Twenty-Four.
      Project Objective:                      To ensure that health care facilities are
                                              made accessible to the residents

      Location:                               Weldevrede in Ward Twenty-Four.             Total Cost: R. 1,000,000.00
                                              (MLM)
                                                                                          Budget Allocation:
      Possible Source of Funding
         •                                                                                2007/08        2008/09         2009/10        2010/11          2011/12       R
                                                                                          500,000.00 R 500,000.00       R -         R    -           R    -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: NMMDM 152

Project Name:                          Provision of 2 room clinic at Brooksby       Targets / Target Group:
                                       in Ward Twenty-four                          • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Brooksby in Ward Twenty-Four.
Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are
                                       made accessible to the residents

Location:                              Brooksby in Ward Twenty-Four.                Total Cost: R. 1,000,000.00
                                       (MLM)
                                                                                    Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                          2007/08        2008/09         2009/10       2010/11          2011/12          R
   •                                                                                500,000.00 R 500,000.00       R -        R    -           R    -




                                                                                          297
      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: MLM/W25/P11

      Project Name:                           Establishment of AIDS Centre and            Targets / Target Group:
                                              children's home in Ward Twenty-five         • 2011
                                                                                          • Residents of Ward Twenty-Five
      Project Objective:                      To ensure that health care facilities are
                                              made accessible to the residents

      Location:                               Ward Twenty-Five (MLM)                      Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00

                                                                                          Budget Allocation:
      Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                          2007/08         2008/09     2009/10       2010/11       2011/12   R
         •                                                                                500,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 1,000,000,00 R -        R     -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: NMMDM 153

Project Name:                          Provision of 2 room clinic at Kaalpan in     Targets / Target Group:
                                       Ward Twenty-five                             • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Kaalpan in Ward Twenty-Five
Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are
                                       made accessible to the residents


Location:                              Kaalpan in Ward Twenty-Five (MLM)            Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00

                                                                                    Budget Allocation:




                                                                                          298
      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: NMMDM 154

      Project Name:                           Provision of a clinic in Manja in Ward      Targets / Target Group:
                                              Twenty-Six                                  • 2011
                                                                                          • Residents of Manja in Ward Twenty-Six
      Project Objective:                      To ensure that health care facilities are
                                              made accessible to the residents

      Location:                               Manja in Ward Twenty-Six (MLM)              Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00

                                                                                          Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                          2007/08         2008/09       2009/10        2010/11        2011/12
         •                                                                                R 1,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R -             R -           R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                                2007/08         2008/09       2009/10         2010/11        2011/12
                                                                                    R 1,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R -             R -            R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                               Project No: NMMDM 155

Project Name:                          Provision of a clinic in Seboana and         Targets / Target Group:
                                       Tsokoane in Ward Twenty-six                  • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Seboana & Tsokoane in Ward Twenty-Six




                                                                                          299
Project Objective:                    To ensure that health care facilities are
                                      made accessible to the residents

Location:                             Seboana & Tsokoane in Ward Twenty-
                                      Six (MLM)




      Priority Issue:   Provision of Health Care Facilities                              Project No: NMMDM 156

      Project Name:                          Upgrading Clinic for the whole of           Targets / Target Group:
                                             Ward Twenty-Eight                           • 2011
                                                                                         • Residents of Ward Twenty-Eight
      Project Objective:                     To ensure that health care facilities are
                                             made accessible to the residents

      Location:                              Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                     Total Cost: R. 1,000,000.00

                                                                                         Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                         2007/08          2008/09      2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
         •                                                                               R 1,000,000.00   R-             R -        R -     R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •




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            C EDUCATION AND LIBRARIES



Priority Issue:   Provision of Education and Library Amenities                   Project No:NMMDM 157
Project Name:                        Provision Primary at Ottoshoop in           Targets / Target Group:
                                     Ward Four                                   • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Ottoshoop in Ward Four
Project Objective:                   To ensure that educational and library
                                     amenities are accessible to the residents


Location:                            Ottoshoop in Ward Four (MLM)                Total Cost: R. 2,500,000.00




                                                                                      301
Possible Source of Funding                                                       Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                 2007/08         2008/09      2009/10       2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                 R 500,000.00 R 1,500,000.00 R 500,000.00    R -      R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Education and Library Amenities                   Project No:NMMDM 158

Project Name:                        Provision of a middle/high School in        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Tlapeng in Ward Six                         • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Tlapeng in Ward Six
Project Objective:                   To ensure that educational and library
                                     amenities are accessible to the residents

Location:                            Tlapeng in Ward Six (MLM)                   Total Cost: R. 4,000,000.00

                                                                                 Budget Allocation:




                                                                                      302
 Possible Source of Funding
    •                                                                               2007/08          2008/09     2009/10        2010/11       2011/12
                                                                                    R -         R 3,500,000.00 R 500,000.00     R -          R -


Priority Issue:   Provision of Education and Library Amenities                      Project No:NMMDM 159

Project Name:                          Provision of primary school in               Targets / Target Group:
                                       Moshawana in Ward Six                        • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Moshawana in Ward Six
Project Objective:                     To ensure that educational and library
                                       amenities are accessible to the residents.

Location:                              Moshawana in Ward Six (MLM)                  Total Cost: R. 4,000,000.00

                                                                                    Budget Allocation:

                                                                                    2007/08        2008/09     2009/10         2010/11      2011/12     R
Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                    -       R 3,500,000.00 R 500,000.00       R -         R -
   •




                                                                                         303
       Priority Issue:    Provision of Education and Library Amenities                      Project No: MLM/W9/P16

       Project Name:                           Establishment of Trade-Training Centre       Targets / Target Group:
                                               in Ward Nine                                 • 2011
                                                                                            • Residents of Ward Nine
       Project Objective:                      To ensure that educational and library
                                               amenities are accessible to the residents

       Location:                               Ward Nine (MLM)                              Total Cost: R. 1,000,000.00

       Possible Source of Funding                                                           Budget Allocation:
          •
                                                                                            2007/08          2008/09      2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                            R 1,000,000.00   R -           R -            R -             R -




Priority Issue:    Provision of Education and Library Amenities                     Project No: NMMDM 160

Project Name:                           Renovations of schools at Ward              Targets / Target Group:
                                        Nineteen                                    • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Ward Nineteen
Project Objective:                      To ensure that educational and library
                                        amenities are accessible to the residents

Location:                               Ward Nineteen(MLM)                          Total Cost: R. 1,500,000.00

                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                                2007/08           2008/09       2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                    R 500,000.00   R 1,000,000.00    R -            R -             R -




                                                                                           304
Priority Issue:   Provision of Education and Library Amenities                     Project No: NMMDM 161

Project Name:                          Renovations of schools at                   Targets / Target Group:
                                       Uitkyk,Mooipan,Loombaardslagte in           • 2011
                                       Ward Twenty -Four                           • Residents of Uitkyk,Mooipan,Loombaardslagte in Ward Twenty -Four

Project Objective:                     To ensure that educational and library
                                       amenities are accessible to the residents

Location:                              Uitkyk,Mooipan,Loombaardslagte in           Total Cost: R. 1,500,000.00
                                       Ward Twenty -Four (MLM)
                                                                                   Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                         2007/08          2008/09      2009/10       2010/11        2011/12
   •                                                                               R1,500,000.00     R -          R -           R -            R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Education and Library Amenities                     Project No: NMMDM 162

Project Name:                          Provision of Transport for Abet students Targets / Target Group:
                                       in Ward Twenty-Five                       • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Ward Twenty -Five
Project Objective:                     To ensure that educational and library
                                       amenities are accessible to the residents
Location:                              Ward Twenty-Five (MLM)                      Total Cost: R.500,000.00

                                                                                   Budget Allocation:




                                                                                        305
       Priority Issue:    Provision of Education and Library Amenities                      Project No: NMMDM 163

       Project Name:                           Provision of High school in Ward             Targets / Target Group:
                                               Twenty -Eight                                • 2011
                                                                                            • Residents of Ward Twenty -Eight
       Project Objective:                      To ensure that educational and library
                                               amenities are accessible to the residents


       Location:                               Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                      Total Cost: R. 4 ,000,000.00

                                                                                            Budget Allocation:

       Possible Source of Funding                                                           2007/08          2008/09        2009/10      2010/11       2011/12
          •                                                                                 R -           R 4 ,000,000.00   R -           R-             R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                               2007/08             2008/09       2009/10       2010/11       2011/12
                                                                                   R100,000.00        R 100,000.00   R 100,000.00 R 100,000.00 R100,000.00



Priority Issue:    Provision of Education and Library Amenities                    Project No: NMMDM 164

Project Name:                           Provision of a Library in Ward Twenty      Targets / Target Group:
                                        Six                                        • 2011
                                                                                   • Residents of Ward Twenty -Six




                                                                                           306
Project Objective:                      To ensure that educational and library
                                        amenities are accessible to the residents


Location:                               Ward Twenty-Six (MLM)




       Priority Issue:    Provision of Education and Library Amenities                      Project No:NMMDM 165
       Project Name:                           Provision of Primary school in               Targets / Target Group:
                                               Morwatshetlha in Ward Twenty-Six             • 2011
                                                                                            • Residents of Morwatshetlha in Ward Twenty -Six
       Project Objective:                      To ensure that educational and library
                                               amenities are accessible to the residents

       Location:                               Morwatshetlha in Ward Twenty-Six             Total Cost: R. 4 ,000,000.00
                                               (MLM)
       Possible Source of Funding                                                           Budget Allocation:
          •
                                                                                            2007/08     2008/09            2009/10        2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                            R -        R3 ,500,000.00      R 500,000.00    R -      R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •




Priority Issue:    Provision of Education and Library Amenities                     Project No: NMMDM 165




                                                                                           307
Project Name:                          Provision of High school in Ward            Targets / Target Group:
                                       Twenty-Eight                                • 2011
                                                                                   • Residents of Ward Twenty -Eight
Project Objective:                     To ensure that educational and library
                                       amenities are accessible to the residents


Location:                              Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                     Total Cost: R. 4 ,000,000.00

                                                                                   Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                         2007/08      2008/09         2009/10          2010/11   2011/12
   •                                                                               R 500,000.00 R 2 ,000,000.00 R 1,500,000.00     R -      R -




            D- MULTIPURPOSE FACILITES

Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                                 Project No: NMMDM 166

Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose centre to       Targets / Target Group:
                                       cover the whole of Ward Three               • 2011
                                                                                   • Residents of Ward Three
Project Objective:
                                       To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities




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Location:                              Ward Three (MLM)                     Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                  2007/08      2008/09         2009/10           2010/11       2011/12
   •                                                                        R 500,000.00 R 2 ,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00    R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                          Project No: NMMDM 167


Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose in       Targets / Target Group:
                                       Maruping / Ottoshoop. Grading of     • 2011
                                       soccer fields in Ward Four           • Residents of Maruping/ Ottoshoop in Ward Four

Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities

Location:                              Maruping/ Ottoshoop in Ward Four     Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00
                                       (MLM)




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Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09         2009/10           2010/11        2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00    R -           R -



Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                             Project No: NMMDM 168

Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose centre at   Targets / Target Group:
                                       Moshawana in Ward Six                   • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Moshawana in Ward Six
Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities
Location:                              Moshawana in Ward Six (MLM)             Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                               Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                     2007/08       2008/09         2009/10           2010/11        2011/12
   •                                                                           R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00     R 500,000.00    R -




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                              Project No: NMMDM 169

Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose centre to    Targets / Target Group:
                                       cover the whole of Ward Eight            • 2011
                                                                                • Residents of Ward Eight
Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities

Location:                              Ward Eight (MLM)                         Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                                Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                            2007/08       2008/09         2009/10          2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                R 3,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00   R -       R -




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                                Project No: NMMDM 170

Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose centre/Hall    Targets / Target Group:
                                       & recreation centre at Ward Nine           • 2011
                                                                                  • Residents of Ward Nine
Project Objective:
                                       To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities

Location:                              Ward Nine (MLM)                            Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                                  Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                        2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11       2011/12
   •                                                                              R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00   R -




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       Priority Issue:    Provision of Multipurpose Centre                                Project No: NMMDM 171

       Project Name:                           Provision of a Multipurpose centre at      Targets / Target Group:
                                               Ward Eleven                                • 2011
                                                                                          • Residents of Ward Eleven
       Project Objective:                      To provide adequate facilities for
                                               different community activities

       Location:                               Ward Eleven (MLM)                          Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

       Possible Source of Funding                                                         Budget Allocation:
          •
                                                                                          2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11       2011/12
                                                                                          R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00   R -




Priority Issue:    Provision of Multipurpose Centre                                 Project No: NMMDM 172

Project Name:                           Provision of a Multipurpose centre at       Targets / Target Group:
                                        Ward Twelve                                 • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Ward Twelve
Project Objective:                      To provide adequate facilities for
                                        different community activities
Location:                               Ward Twelve (MLM)                           Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                                    Budget Allocation:




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Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                           2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11       2011/12
                                                                               R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00   R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                             Project No: NMMDM 173

Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose centre to   Targets / Target Group:
                                       cover the whole of Ward Thirteen        • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Thirteen
Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities
Location:                              Ward Thirteen (MLM)                     Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11       2011/12
                                                                               R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00   R -



Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                             Project No: NMMDM 174

Project Name:                          Provision of a Recreation / Community   Targets / Target Group:
                                       Hall in Ward Fourteen - Phatshima       • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Fourteen-Phatshima




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Project Objective:                    To provide adequate facilities for
                                      different community activities

Location:                             Ward Fourteen-Phatshima (MLM)



      Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                              Project No: NMMDM 175

      Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose centre to    Targets / Target Group:
                                             cover the whole of Ward Twenty-One       • 2011
                                                                                      • Residents of Ward Twenty-One
      Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for
                                             different community activities
      Location:                              Ward Twenty-One (MLM)                    Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                                      Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                      2007/08       2008/09         2009/10          2010/11   2011/12
         •                                                                            R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 1,000,000.00   R -       R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                              Project No: NMMDM 176

Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose Centre in    Targets / Target Group:
                                       Ward Twenty-two                          • 2011
                                                                                • Residents of Ward Twenty-Two
Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities

Location:                              Ward Twenty-Two (MLM)                    Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                                Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                      2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11       2011/12
   •                                                                            R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00   R -




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       Priority Issue:    Provision of Multipurpose Centre                                   Project No: NMMDM 177

       Project Name:                           Provision of a Multipurpose Centre            Targets / Target Group:
                                               /Sporting facilities for the whole of         • 2011
                                               Ward Twenty-Four                              • Residents of Ward Twenty-Four

       Project Objective:                      To provide adequate facilities for
                                               different community activities

       Location:                               Ward Twenty-Four (MLM)                        Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

       Possible Source of Funding                                                            Budget Allocation:
          •
                                                                                             2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11        2011/12
                                                                                             R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00    R -




Priority Issue:    Provision of Multipurpose Centre                                    Project No: NMMDM 178

Project Name:                           Provision of a Multipurpose centre in          Targets / Target Group:
                                        Ward Twenty-Five                               • 2011
                                                                                       • Residents of Ward Twenty-Five
Project Objective:                      To provide adequate facilities for
                                        different community activities


Location:                               Ward Twenty-Five(MLM)                          Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                                       Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                             2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11        2011/12
   •                                                                                   R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00    R -




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Multipurpose Centre                              Project No: NMMDM 179

Project Name:                          Provision of a Multipurpose Centre at    Targets / Target Group:
                                       Tshunayane in Ward Twenty-Six            • 2011
                                                                                • Residents of Ward Twenty-Five
Project Objective:                     To provide adequate facilities for
                                       different community activities

Location:                              Ward Twenty-Six (MLM)                    Total Cost: R. 5,000,000.00

                                                                                Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                      2007/08       2008/09         2009/10         2010/11       2011/12
   •                                                                            R 500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R 500,000.00   R -




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            E- RECREATIONAL CENTRES & SPORTS FACILITIES




Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities     Project No: NMMDM 180

Project Name:                            Upgrading of Sport Grounds at Miga,    Targets / Target Group:
                                         Magokgoane & Ikopeleng in Ward         • 2011
                                         Three                                  • Residents of Miga, Magokgoane & Ikopeleng in Ward Three

Project Objective:
                                         To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation

Location:                                Miga, Magokgoane & Ikopeleng in        Total Cost: R. 200,000.00
                                         Ward Three (MLM)
                                                                                Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                            2007/08        2008/09      2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                R 50,000.00   R 50,000.00   R 50,000.00   R 50,000.00   R    -




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities     Project No: NMMDM 181

Project Name:                            Provision of a sport ground in Ward    Targets / Target Group:
                                         Four                                   • 2011
                                                                                • Residents of Ward Four
Project Objective:                       To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation

Location:                                Ward Four (MLM)                        Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                      Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                2007/08      2008/09      2009/10          2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                R 500,000.00 R 500,000.00   R 500,000.00    R 500,000.00     R -


Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities     Project No: NMMDM 182

Project Name:                            Provision of a Community hall and      Targets / Target Group:
                                         sport facilities, upgrading of sport   • 2011
                                         ground in Ward Five                    • Residents of Ward Five

Project Objective:                       To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation




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Location:                              Ward Five (MLM)




      Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities      Project No: NMMDM 183

      Project Name:                            Continuous Grading of soccer/Sport      Targets / Target Group:
                                               grounds in Mogosane, Lokaleng,          • 2011
                                               Mogosane & Tlapeng in Ward Six          • Residents of Mogosane, Lokaleng, Mogosane & Tlapeng in Ward Six

      Project Objective:                       To provide additional facilities for
                                               Sports and Recreation

      Location:                                Ward Six (MLM)                          Total Cost: R. 3,400,000.00

                                                                                       Budget Allocation:

      Possible Source of Funding                                                        2007/08       2008/09          2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
         •                                                                             R 1,500,000.00 R 1,500,000.00 R 400,000.00   R -          R -

Possible Source of Funding
   •




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities      Project No: NMMDM 184

Project Name:                            Provision of swimming pool in Ward      Targets / Target Group:
                                         Seven                                   • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Ward Seven
Project Objective:                       To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation

Location:                                Ward Seven (MLM)                        Total Cost: R. 2,000,000.00

                                                                                 Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                        2007/08       2008/09          2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
   •                                                                             R 500,000.00 R 1,000,000.00 R 500,000.00   R -          R -




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Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities       Project No: NMMDM 185

Project Name:                            Upgrading of sports grounds at           Targets / Target Group:
                                         Dikgatlong & Imperial Reverse in Ward    • 2011
                                         Eight.                                   • Residents of Dikgatlong & Imperial Reverse in Ward Eight.

Project Objective:                       To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation

Location:                                Dikgatlong & Imperial Reverse in Ward    Total Cost: R1,000,000.00
                                         Eight (MLM)
                                                                                  Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                         2007/08       2008/09         2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
   •                                                                              R-          R 500,000.00     R 500,000.00   R -          R -



Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities       Project No: NMMDM 186

Project Name:                            Upgrading of a Tennis Court in           Targets / Target Group:
                                         Imperial Reserve in Ward Nine            • 2011
                                                                                  • Residents of Ward Eight
Project Objective:                       To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation

Location:                                Ward Eight (MLM)                         Total Cost: R1,000,000.00

                                                                                  Budget Allocation:

Possible Source of Funding                                                         2007/08       2008/09         2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
   •                                                                              R-          R 500,000.00     R 500,000.00   R -          R -




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Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 187

Project Name:                       Conversion of old park opposite         Targets / Target Group:
                                    shopping centre at Riviera Park into    • 2011
                                    recreational centre in Ward Nine        • Residents of Riviera Park in Ward Nine

Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation at Riviera
                                    Park in Ward Nine

Location:                           Ward Nine (MLM)                         Total Cost: R1,200,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                            2007/08      2008/09       2009/10      2010/11       2011/12
                                                                            R 500,000.00 R 100,000.00 R 500,000.00 R 100,000.00      R -




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      Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 188

      Project Name:                       Provision of soccer/sports field in     Targets / Target Group:
                                          Riviera Park & rehabilitation of        • 2011
                                          lomanyaneng soccer field in Ward        • Residents of Riviera Park & Lomanyaneng in Ward Nine
                                          Nine

      Project Objective:                  To provide additional facilities for
                                          Sports and Recreation at Riviera
                                          Park & Lomanyaneng in Ward Nine


      Location:                           Riviera Park & Lomanyaneng in           Total Cost: R1,000,000.00
                                          Ward Nine (MLM)
                                                                                  Budget Allocation:
         •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                  2007/08      2008/09      2009/10     2010/11        2011/12
                                                                                  R 500,000.00 R 500,000.00 R -           R -          R -




Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 189

Project Name:                      Rehabilitation of Danville Stadium      Targets / Target Group:
                                   in Ward Nine                            • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Danville in Ward Nine




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Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation at Danville in
                                    Ward Nine

Location:                           Danville in Ward Nine (MLM)            Total Cost: R 600,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09       2009/10    2010/11    2011/12
                                                                           R -           R -            R -         R -      R -




Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 190

Project Name:                       Development of a Park in Riviera       Targets / Target Group:
                                    Park North in Ward Nine                • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Riviera Park North in Ward Nine
Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation at Riviera
                                    Park North in Ward Nine

Location:                            Riviera Park North in Ward Nine       Total Cost: R 100,000.00
                                    (MLM)
                                                                           Budget Allocation:




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   •   Possible Source of Funding                                          2007/08     2008/09     2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                           R 50,000.00 R 50,000.00 R -         R -     R -




Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 191

Project Name:                       Rehabilitation of Chinese Gardens in Targets / Target Group:
                                    Ward Nine                            • 2011
                                                                         • Residents of Ward Nine
Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation in Ward Nine

Location:                           Ward Nine (MLM)                        Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08     2008/09     2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                           R 50,000.00 R 50,000.00 R -         R -     R -



Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 192

Project Name:                       Grading of sports grounds in Ward      Targets / Target Group:
                                    Eleven                                 • 2011




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Project Objective:                                                         •   Residents of Ward Eleven
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation in Ward
                                    Eleven

Location:                           Ward Eleven (MLM)                      Total Cost: R 50,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08     2008/09     2009/10      2010/11      2011/12
                                                                           R 10,000.00 R 10,000.00 R 10,000.00 R 20,000.00    R -


Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 193

Project Name:                       Provision of a Recreation centre at    Targets / Target Group:
                                    Ward 17 & Grading of sports            • 2011
                                    grounds                                • Residents of Ward Seventeen

Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation in Ward
                                    Seventeen

Location:                           Ward Seventeen (MLM)                   Total Cost: R 2 ,000,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:




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   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09      2009/10     2010/11           2011/12
                                                                           R 500,000.00 R 500,000.00 R500,000.00 R 500,000.00        R -


Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 194

Project Name:                       Provision of a community hall to       Targets / Target Group:
                                    cover the whole of Ward Nineteen       • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Nineteen
Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation in Ward
                                    Nineteen

Location:                           Ward Nineteen (MLM)                    Total Cost: R 3 ,000,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09        2009/10     2010/11          2011/12
                                                                           R 1,000,000.00 R1,000,000.00 R500,000.00 R 500,000.00       R -


Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 195

Project Name:                       Upgrading of Montshiwa stadium to      Targets / Target Group:
                                    recreation centre in Ward Twenty       • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Montshiwa in Ward Twenty




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Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation at Montshiwa
                                    in Ward Twenty

Location:                           Ward Twenty (MLM)                      Total Cost: R 3 ,000,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09        2009/10     2010/11       2011/12
                                                                           R 1,000,000.00 R1,000,000.00 R500,000.00 R 500,000.00    R -



Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 196

Project Name:                       Upgrading of Montshiwa stadium to      Targets / Target Group:
                                    recreation centre in Ward Twenty       • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Montshiwa in Ward Twenty
Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation at Montshiwa
                                    in Ward Twenty

Location:                           Ward Twenty (MLM)                      Total Cost: R 3 ,000,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:




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   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09        2009/10     2010/11       2011/12
                                                                           R 1,000,000.00 R1,000,000.00 R500,000.00 R 500,000.00    R -




Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 197

Project Name:                       Provision of Community Hall in         Targets / Target Group:
                                    Ward Twenty-One                        • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Twenty-One
Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation in Ward
                                    Twenty-One

Location:                           Ward Twenty –One (MLM)                 Total Cost: R 3 ,000,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09        2009/10     2010/11       2011/12
                                                                           R 1,000,000.00 R1,000,000.00 R500,000.00 R 500,000.00    R -



Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 198



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Project Name:                       Provision of a Recreation centre and   Targets / Target Group:
                                    sport facilities in Ward Twenty-       • 2011
                                    Three                                  • Residents of Ward Twenty-Three

Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation in Ward
                                    Twenty-Three

Location:                           Ward Twenty –Three (MLM)               Total Cost: R 4 ,000,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09        2009/10     2010/11       2011/12
                                                                           R 1,500,000.00 R1,500,000.00 R500,000.00 R 500,000.00    R -



Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 199

Project Name:                       Provision of a community hall at       Targets / Target Group:
                                    Kaalpan in Ward Twenty-Five            • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Kaalpan in Ward Twenty-Three
Project Objective:
                                    To provide additional facilities for
                                    Sports and Recreation in Ward
                                    Twenty-Five




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Location:                                 Kaalpan in Ward Twenty –Five            Total Cost: R 3 ,000,000.00
                                         (MLM)
                                                                                  Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                  2007/08        2008/09        2009/10     2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                  R 1,000,000.00 R1,000,000.00 R500,000.00 R 500,000.00      R -

Priority Issue: Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities Project No: NMMDM 200

Project Name:                            Provision of cover ground to cover the   Targets / Target Group:
                                         whole of Ward Twenty-Six                 • 2011
                                                                                  • Residents of Ward Twenty-Six
Project Objective:
                                         To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation in Ward
                                         Twenty-Six

Location:                                Ward Twenty –Six (MLM)                   Total Cost: R 300,000.00

                                                                                  Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                  2007/08       2008/09        2009/10     2010/11        2011/12
                                                                                  R 50,000.00 R100,000.00    R100,000.00   R 50,000.00     R -



Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities       Project No: NMMDM 201




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Project Name:                            Provision of recreation centre and sports   Targets / Target Group:
                                         facilities (3 cover grounds at              • 2011
                                         Dihatshwana & Dithakong tsa ga              • Residents of at Dihatshwana & Dithakong tsa ga Sehuba in Ward Twenty-Seven
                                         Sehuba in Ward Twenty-Seven

Project Objective:
                                         To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation at Dihatshwana
                                         & Dithakong tsa ga Sehuba in Ward
                                         Twenty-Seven


Location:                                Dihatshwana & Dithakong tsa ga              Total Cost: R 4,000,000.00
                                         Sehuba in Ward Twenty-Seven (MLM)
                                                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                     2007/08       2008/09        2009/10          2010/11            2011/12
                                                                                     R500,000.00 R 2,000,000.00   R1,500,000.00     R -                R -




Priority Issue:   Provision of Recreational Centres and Sporting Facilities          Project No: NMMDM 202

Project Name:                            Provision of a Sport/Recreation             Targets / Target Group:
                                         Centering in Ward Twenty-Eight              • 2011
                                                                                     • Residents of Ward Twenty-Eight




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Project Objective:
                                         To provide additional facilities for
                                         Sports and Recreation in Ward Twenty-
                                         Eight


Location:                                Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                 Total Cost: R 2,000,000.00

                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                 2007/08       2008/09         2009/10          2010/11    2011/12
                                                                                 R500,000.00 R 1,000,000.00   R 500,000.00     R -        R -




            E     SAFETY AND SECURITY

Priority Issue:   Provision of Safety and Security Facilities                    Project No: NMMDM 203

Project Name:                            Provision of mobile Police Station at   Targets / Target Group:
                                         Unit 3 & 6 in Ward Six                  • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Unit Three & Six in Ward Six




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Project Objective:
                                         To provide additional facilities for the
                                         maintenance of Safety & Security in
                                         Ward Six


Location:                                Ward Six (MLM)                             Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                    2007/08       2008/09     2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                                    R100,000.00   R1,100.000,00 R 1,200,000,00 R 1,300.000.00   R1,400,000,00
                                                                                    -



Priority Issue:   Provision of Safety and Security Facilities                       Project No: NMMDM 204

Project Name:                            Provision of a mobile police station in    Targets / Target Group:
                                         Ward Nineteen                              • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Ward Nineteen
Project Objective:
                                         To provide additional facilities for the
                                         maintenance of safety & Security in
                                         Ward Nineteen


Location:                                Ward Nineteen (MLM)                        Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                                    Budget Allocation:




                                                                                         336
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09          2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
                                                                           R100,000.00 R1,100,000,000,00 R 1,200,000,000 R1,300,000,00    1,400,000,00


            F - LED PROJECTS



Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 205

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Brick making &      Targets / Target Group:
                                    plastic making project                 • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Three
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality in Ward Three


Location:                           Ward Three (MLM)                       Total Cost: R 200,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09       2009/10          2010/11           2011/12
                                                                           R200,000.00 R300.000.00 R400,000.00    R500,000,00       R600,000,000




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Priority Issue: LED                                                          Project No: NMMDM 206

Project Name:                       Establishment of Chicken farming         Targets / Target Group:
                                    project in Ward Four                     • 2011
                                                                             • Residents of Ward Four
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality in Ward Four


Location:                           Ward Four (MLM)                          Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                             Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                             2007/08       2008/09     2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                             R100,000.00   R1,200.000.00 R 1,200,000,00 R1,200,000.00   R1, 300,000,00


Priority Issue: LED                                                          Project No: NMMDM 207
Project Name:                       Establishment of Piggery, Brick making   Targets / Target Group:
                                    projects in Ward Four                    • 2011
                                                                             • Residents of Ward Four
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality in Ward Four


Location:                           Ward Four (MLM)                          Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                             Budget Allocation:




                                                                                  338
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08     2008/09     2009/10         2010/11            2011/12
                                                                           R100,000.00 R200,000,00 R300,000,00 R400,000,00      R500,000,00



Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 208

Project Name:                       Establishment of Piggery projects in   Targets / Target Group:
                                    Ward Four                              • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Four
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality in Ward Four


Location:                           Ward Four (MLM)                        Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09      2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                           R100,000.00 R 100,000,00 R200,000,00   R300,000.00   R 400,000,00



Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 209

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Chicken farming     Targets / Target Group:
                                    project in Ward Five                   • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Five




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Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality in Ward Five


Location:                           Ward Five (MLM)                        Total Cost: R 200,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09      2009/10         2010/11       2011/12
                                                                           R 200,000.00    R 300,000,00 R 400,000,00    -      R -             R
                                                                           -



Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 210

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Community bakery    Targets / Target Group:
                                    in Ward Five                           • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Five

Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality in Ward Five


Location:                           Ward Five (MLM)                        Total Cost: R 200,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:




                                                                                340
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                              2007/08        2008/09     2009/10         2010/11   2011/12
                                                                              R 200,000.00    R -          R         -    R -       R -



Priority Issue: LED                                                           Project No: NMMDM 211

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Vegetable Project at   Targets / Target Group:
                                    Mogosane & Lokaleng in Ward Six           • 2011
                                                                              • Residents of Mogosane & Lokaleng in Ward Six

Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality at Mogosane &
                                    Lokaleng in Ward Six


Location:                           Mogosane & Lokaleng in Ward Six           Total Cost: R 150,000.00
                                    (MLM)
                                                                              Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                              2007/08        2008/09     2009/10         2010/11   2011/12
                                                                              R 150,000.00    R1          R      -       R -       R -



Priority Issue: LED                                                           Project No: NMMDM 212




                                                                                   341
Project Name:                       Establishment of a Chicken farming         Targets / Target Group:
                                    project at Lokaleng in Ward Six            • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Lokaleng in Ward Six

Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality at Lokaleng in
                                    Ward Six


Location:                           Lokaleng in Ward Six (MLM)                 Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                               Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09     2009/10         2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R 100,000.00 R1,100,000.00 R1,200,000,00 R1,300,000,00   R1,400,000,00



Priority Issue: LED                                                            Project No: NMMDM 213

Project Name:                       Provision of financial and non-financial   Targets / Target Group:
                                    support for brick making project at        • 2011
                                    Lokaleng in Ward Six                       • Residents of Lokaleng in Ward Six

Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality at Lokaleng in
                                    Ward Six




                                                                                    342
Location:                           Lokaleng in Ward Six (MLM)             Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09     2009/10         2010/11             2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00 R1,100,000.00 R1,200,000.00 R 1,300,000,00      R1,400.000.00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 214

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Garden Project in   Targets / Target Group:
                                    Ward Seven                             • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Seven

Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Seven (MLM)                       Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09      2009/10           2010/11          2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00 R1,100,000,00 R1,200,000,00    R1,300,000,000   R 1, 400,000,00




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Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 215

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Brick Making        Targets / Target Group:
                                    project                                • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Seven
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Seven (MLM)                       Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09     2009/10         2010/11          2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00 R1,100,000,00 R1,200,000,00 R 1,300,000,00   R 1,400,000,00
                                                                           -




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 216

Project Name:                       Cleaning of Mafikeng town in Ward      Targets / Target Group:
                                    Seven                                  • 2011




                                                                                344
Project Objective:                                                         •   Residents of Mafikeng in Ward Seven
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Mafikeng in Ward Seven (MLM)           Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09      2009/10      2010/11           2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00 R1,100,000,00 R1,200,000,00 R1,300,000.00   R1,400.000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 217

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Brick making        Targets / Target Group:
                                    projects in Ward Eight                 • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Eight
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Eight (MLM)                       Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:




                                                                                345
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08       2008/09        2009/10        2010/11            2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00 R 1,100,000.000 R1,200.000.00 R1,300,000,00    R1,400,000,000




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 218

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Chicken farming     Targets / Target Group:
                                    project in Ward Eight                  • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Eight
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Eight (MLM)                       Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09         2009/10     2010/11          2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00    R1,100,000,00 R1,200,000,00 R1,300,000,00   R 1,400,000,00



Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 219

Project Name:                       Establishment of a sewing project in   Targets / Target Group:
                                    Ward Nine                              • 2011




                                                                                346
Project Objective:                                                          •   Residents of Ward Nine
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Nine (MLM)                         Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                            2007/08        2008/09         2009/10         2010/11            2011/12
                                                                            R 100,000.00   R1,100,000,00    R 1,200,000,00 R 1,300,000,00 R1,400,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                         Project No: NMMDM 220

Project Name:                       Establishment of vegetable nursery at   Targets / Target Group:
                                    Danville nursery in Ward Nine           • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Danville in Ward Nine
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Danville in Ward Nine (MLM)             Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:




                                                                                 347
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09         2009/10          2010/11            2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00   R 1,100,000,000 R 1,200.000,00   R1,300,000.00 R1,400,000,00
                                                                           R -




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: NMMDM 221

Project Name:                       Establishment of a car wash in         Targets / Target Group:
                                    Lomanyaneng and Danville in Ward       • 2011
                                    Nine                                   • Residents of Lomanyaneng & Danville in Ward Nine

Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Lomanyaneng & Danville in Ward         Total Cost: R 100,000.00
                                    Nine (MLM)
                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09      2009/10        2010/11             2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00    R 1,200,000.00 -         R 1,300,000,00     R 1,400,000,00
                                                                           R -

Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W9/P14




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Project Name:                       Establishment of a Community bakery    Targets / Target Group:
                                    in Lomanyaneng in Ward Nine            • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Lomanyaneng in Ward Nine
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Lomanyaneng in Ward Nine (MLM)         Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09          2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00   R 1,100,000,00   R 1,200,000,00 R1,300.000,00 R1,400,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W9/P18

Project Name:                       Establishment of a chicken farming     Targets / Target Group:
                                    project in Ward Nine                   • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Nine
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents




                                                                                349
Location:                           Ward Nine (MLM)                        Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09        2009/10        2010/11            2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00 R 1, 100,000,00 R1,200,000,00 R 1,300.000.00   R1,400.000.000




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W10/P4

Project Name:                       Cleaning of the Wards in Ten           Targets / Target Group:
                                                                           • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Ten
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Ten (MLM)                         Total Cost: R 50,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08       2008/09      2009/10         2010/11            2011/12
                                                                           R 50,000.00   R -           R      -       R -                R -




                                                                                350
Priority Issue: LED                                                         Project No: MLM/W10/P5

Project Name:                       Maintenance of parks and school in      Targets / Target Group:
                                    Ward Ten                                • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Ward Ten
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Ten (MLM)                          Total Cost: R 1,500,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                            2007/08       2008/09         2009/10      2010/11           2011/12
                                                                            R 1,500,000.00 R1,550,000,00 R1,600,000,00 R1,650,000,00 R1,700,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                         Project No: MLM/W11/P9

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Recycling project,   Targets / Target Group:
                                    Achar & Candle making project in        • 2011
                                    Ward Eleven                             • Residents of Ward Eleven




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Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Eleven (MLM)                      Total Cost: R 200,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09      2009/10        2010/11         2011/12
                                                                           R 200,000.00    R300,000.00 R 400,000,00   R500,000.00   R 600.000.00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W14/P8

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Flower garden       Targets / Target Group:
                                    project in Ward Fourteen               • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Fourteen

Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Fourteen (MLM)                    Total Cost: R 200,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:




                                                                                352
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09      2009/10          2010/11             2011/12
                                                                           R 200,000.00    R 300,000,00 R400,000,00    R500,000,00   R600,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W15/P6

Project Name:                       Cutting of trees behind Molopo         Targets / Target Group:
                                    Shopping Centre in Ward Fifteen        • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Fifteen
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Fifteen (MLM)                     Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09      2009/10           2010/11           2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00    R 200,000.00 R 300,000,00    R400,000,00 R 500,000,000




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W17/P 3




                                                                                353
Project Name:                       Provision of vegetable project         Targets / Target Group:
                                    (Lotlhakane river) in Ward Seventeen   • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Seventeen
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Seventeen (MLM)                   Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09     2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00    R200,000,00 R300,000,00   R400,000,00   R500,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W17/P 8

Project Name:                       Fencing of Graveyards in Ward          Targets / Target Group:
                                    Seventeen                              • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Seventeen
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Seventeen (MLM)                   Total Cost: R 1,000,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:




                                                                                354
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                            2007/08        2008/09      2009/10          2010/11         011/12
                                                                            R 1,000,000.00 R1,200,000,00 R1,300,000,00   R1,400,000,    R 1,500,000,00
                                                                            -




Priority Issue: LED                                                         Project No: MLM/W19/P 8

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Disposable nappies   Targets / Target Group:
                                    projects in Ward Nineteen               • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Ward Nineteen
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Nineteen (MLM)                     Total Cost: R 1,000,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                            2007/08        2008/09      2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                            R 1,000,000.00 R 1,200,000.00 R1,300,000,00 R1,400,000,00    R1,500,000,00




                                                                                 355
Priority Issue: LED                                                         Project No: MLM/W19/P 8

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Disposable nappies   Targets / Target Group:
                                    projects in Ward Nineteen               • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Ward Nineteen
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Nineteen (MLM)                     Total Cost: R 1,000,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                            2007/08        2008/09          2009/10         2010/11             2011/12
                                                                            R 1,000,000.00 R 1,200,000,00   R 1,300,000,00 R1,400,000,00   R1,50,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                         Project No: MLM/W20/P 8

Project Name:                       Fencing of Maphatshwa cemetery          Targets / Target Group:
                                                                            • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Maphatshwa in Ward Twenty
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents




                                                                                 356
Location:                           Maphatshwa in Ward Twenty (MLM)        Total Cost: R 500,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09     2009/10            2010/11            2011/12
                                                                           R 500,000.00    R600,000,00 R 700,000,00      R 800,000,00       R900,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W20/P 9

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Brick making        Targets / Target Group:
                                    Project in Ward Twenty                 • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ward Twenty
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                            Ward Twenty (MLM)                     Total Cost: R 100,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09      2009/10           2010/11             2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00    R 200,000,000,00           R 300,000,00      R400,000,00




                                                                                357
Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W21/P 10

Project Name:                       Cleaning of grave yards at             Targets / Target Group:
                                    Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-One         • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-One
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                            Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-One        Total Cost: R 100,000.00
                                    (MLM)
                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09     2009/10        2010/11          2011/12
                                                                           R 100,000.00    R200,000,00 R300,000,00   R 400,000,00   R500,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W23/P 10




                                                                                358
Project Name:                       Establishment of Dithakong West         Targets / Target Group:
                                    knitting project in Ward Twenty-Three   • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Dithakong West in Ward Twenty-Three
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Dithakong West in Ward Twenty-Three     Total Cost: R 100,000.00
                                    (MLM)
                                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                            2007/08        2008/09     2009/10          2010/11       2011/12
                                                                            R 100,000.00    R200,000,00 R 300,000,00   R400,000,00   R500,000,00



Priority Issue: LED                                                         Project No: MLM/W24/P 10

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Chicken farming      Targets / Target Group:
                                    project in Ward Twenty Four             • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Ward Twenty-Four
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Twenty-Four (MLM)                  Total Cost: R 200,000.00

                                                                            Budget Allocation:




                                                                                 359
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08      2008/09   2009/10       2010/11        2011/12
                                                                           R 200,000.00 R300,000,00 R 400,000,00 R 500,000,00 - R 600,000,00


Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W24/P 11

Project Name:                       Revival of Ditsobotla Secondary        Targets / Target Group:
                                    Corporation in Twenty-Four             • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ditsobotla in Ward Twenty-Four
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ditsobotla in Ward Twenty-Four         Total Cost: R 2,000,000.00
                                    (MLM)
                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08       2008/09     2009/10          2010/11           2011/12
                                                                           R 2,000,000.00 R2,300,000,00 R 2,400,000,00 R2,500,000,00   R 2,600,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W24/P 11

Project Name:                       Revival of Ditsobotla Secondary        Targets / Target Group:
                                    Corporation in Twenty-Four             • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Ditsobotla in Ward Twenty-Four



                                                                                360
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ditsobotla in Ward Twenty-Four         Total Cost: R 2,000,000.00
                                    (MLM)
                                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09         2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                           R 2,000,000.00 R1,100,000,00 R1,200,000,00 R1,300,000,00   R2,400,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W25/P 11

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Brick making project Targets / Target Group:
                                    in Ward Twenty-Five                     • 2011
                                                                            • Residents of Ward Twenty-Five
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Ward Twenty-Five (MLM)                 Total Cost: R 500,000.00

                                                                           Budget Allocation:




                                                                                361
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08        2008/09      2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                           R 500,000.00    R600,000,00 – R700,000,00   R800,000,00     R900,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W27/P 11

Project Name:                       Resuscitation of chicken farm in       Targets / Target Group:
                                    Mothakga in Ward Twenty-Seven          • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Mothakga in Ward Twenty-Seven
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Mothakga in Ward Twenty-Seven          Total Cost: R 500,000.00
                                    (MLM)

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                          Budget Allocation:

                                                                           2007/08        2008/09         2009/10          2010/11    2011/12
                                                                           R 500,000.00    R600,000,000.00 R700,000,00      R800,000,00 R900,000 ,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                        Project No: MLM/W27/P 11




                                                                                362
Project Name:                       Establishment of an Agricultural project   Targets / Target Group:
                                    In Ward Twenty seven                       • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Mothakga in Ward Twenty-Seven
Project Objective:
                                    To improve on the economic viability
                                    of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                           Mothakga in Ward Twenty-Seven              Total Cost: R 500,000.00
                                    (MLM)

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08        2008/09      2009/10        2010/11             2011/12
                                                                               R 500,000.00    R600,000,00 R 700,000,00   R800,000,00 -   R     900,000,00




Priority Issue: LED                                                            Project No: MLM/W28/P5

Project Name:                       Establishment of a Flea market next to     Targets / Target Group:
                                    club Ambassador in Ward Twenty-            • 2011
                                    Eight                                      • Residents of Club Ambassador in Ward Twenty-Eight




                                                                                    363
Project Objective:                      To improve on the economic viability
                                        of the Municipality to the residents


Location:                               Club Ambassador in Ward Twenty-        Total Cost: R 3,000,000.00
                                        Eight (MLM)

    •   Possible Source of Funding                                             Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08       2008/09     2009/10         2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000.00 R3,100.000.00 R3,200,000,00 R 3,4000,00 R3,5000,00 -
                                                                               -



            F - HOUSING


Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W1/P3

Project Name:                           Provision of 500 houses in Ward One    Targets / Target Group:
                                                                               • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward One
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality


Location:                               Ward One (MLM)                         Total Cost: R 19,000,000.00




                                                                                    364
    •   Possible Source of Funding                                             Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08       2008/09 2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -          R -      R 7,700,000,00    -        R -              R   -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W2/P6

Project Name:                           Provision of 600 houses to cover all   Targets / Target Group:
                                        villages in Ward Two                   • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Two
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality


Location:                               Ward Two (MLM)                         Total Cost: R 22,800,000.00


    •   Possible Source of Funding                                             Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08       2008/09 2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -          R -      R 7,500,000,00   R 7,500,000.00     R -




                                                                                    365
Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W3/P10

Project Name:                           Provision of 300 houses to cover the     Targets / Target Group:
                                        whole of Ward Three                      • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Ward Three
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                               Ward Three (MLM)                         Total Cost: R 11,400,000.00

    •   Possible Source of Funding                                               Budget Allocation:

                                                                                 2007/08 2008/09       2009/10            2010/11              2011/12
                                                                                 R -    R 3,800,000.00 R3,800,000,00      R -                 R -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W4/P4

Project Name:                           Provision of Housing, 30 households in   Targets / Target Group:
                                        Matsapole - 450 Ottoshoop, Tsetse-new    • 2011
                                        stands 150 in Ward Four                  • Residents of Matsapole, Ottoshoop ,Tsetse-, in Ward Four

Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality




                                                                                      366
Location:                               Matsapole, Ottoshoop Tsetse- in Ward   Total Cost: R 18,695,000.00
                                        Four (MLM)


                                                                               Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09    2009/10         2010/11           2011/12

                                                                               R   -     R 1,000,000.00 R3,800,000,00    R 3,800,000.00   R    -



Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W5/P1

Project Name:                           Provision of 350 in suit upgrading     Targets / Target Group:
                                        houses in Lomanyaneng in Ward Five     • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Lomanyaneng in Ward Five
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                               Lomanyaneng in Ward Five (MLM)         Total Cost: R 13,300 ,000.00

                                                                               Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08       2008/09    2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               R   -         R -       R 3,800,000,00    R 3,800,000.00    R       -




                                                                                       367
Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                   Project No: MLM/W6/P7

Project Name:                           Provision of 2500 houses Moshawana,       Targets / Target Group:
                                        Tlapeng,Lokgalong, Mogosane in            • 2011
                                        Ward Six                                  • Residents of Moshawana, Tlapeng,Lokgalong, Mogosane in Ward Six

Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                               Moshawana, Tlapeng,Lokgalong,             Total Cost: R 95,000 ,000.00
                                        Mogosane in Ward Six (MLM)
                                                                                  Budget Allocation:

                                                                                  2007/08       2008/09     2009/10           2010/11            2011/12
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                  R   -         R -         R 28,000,000,00   R 19,000,000.00   R 19,000,000.00




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                   Project No: MLM/W7/P5

Project Name:                           Provision of 600 houses for Top village   Targets / Target Group:
                                        in Ward Seven                             • 2011




                                                                                          368
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the        •   Residents of Top Village in Ward Seven
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Top Village in Ward Seven (MLM)       Total Cost: R 22,800 ,000.00



                                                                               Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09      2009/10           2010/11        2011/12

                                                                               R   -     R 7,500,000.00   R 7,500,000,00    R 800,000.00    R        -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W8/P1

Project Name:                           Provision of 1000 RDP houses in Ward   Targets / Target Group:
                                        Eight                                  • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Eight
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Eight (MLM)                      Total Cost: R 38,000 ,000.00




                                                                                       369
    •   Possible Source of Funding                                            Budget Allocation:

                                                                              2007/08 2008/09           2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                              R -     R 7,500,000.00   R 7,500,000,00   R7,500,000.00   R 800,000.00




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                               Project No: MLM/W9/P3

Project Name:                           Provision of 500 RDP houses in ward   Targets / Target Group:
                                        Nine                                  • 2011
                                                                              • Residents of Ward Nine
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Nine (MLM)                      Total Cost: R 19,000 ,000.00



                                                                              Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                              2007/08  2008/09            2009/10          2010/11           2011/12
                                                                              R -     R 7,500,000      R 8,000,000        R7,500,000       R 7,500,000




                                                                                   370
Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                   Project No: MLM/W9/P4

Project Name:                           Provision of 1000 social houses in Nine   Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                  • 2011
                                                                                  • Residents of Ward Nine
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Nine (MLM)                          Total Cost: R 38,000 ,000



                                                                                  Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                  2007/08       2008/09          2009/10     2010/11        2011/12

                                                                                  R   -     R 7,500,000       R 8,000,000   R7,500,000   R 7,500,000


Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                   Project No: MLM/W11/P 7

Project Name:                           Provision of 300 houses (in suit          Targets / Target Group:
                                        upgrades) in Ward Eleven                  • 2011
                                                                                  • Residents of Ward Eleven
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality




                                                                                          371
Location:                                Ward Eleven (MLM)                     Total Cost: R 11,400 ,000


                                                                               Budget Allocation:

    •   Possible Source of Funding                                             2007/08       2008/09       2009/10       2010/11   2011/12

                                                                               R   -     R 3,800,000       R 3,800,000   R   -     R    -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W11/P 7

Project Name:                           Provision of 450 in suit upgrades in   Targets / Target Group:
                                        Ward Twelve                            • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Twelve
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Twelve (MLM)                     Total Cost: R 17,100 ,000


                                                                               Budget Allocation:

    •   Possible Source of Funding                                             2007/08       2008/09       2009/10       2010/11   2011/12

                                                                               R   -     R 3,800,000       R 3,800,000   R   -     R    -




                                                                                       372
Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W12/P 4

Project Name:                           Provision of 450 in suit upgrades in   Targets / Target Group:
                                        Ward Twelve                            • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Twelve
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Twelve (MLM)                     Total Cost: R 17,100 ,000


                                                                               Budget Allocation:

    •   Possible Source of Funding                                             2007/08       2008/09       2009/10       2010/11   2011/12

                                                                               R   -     R 7,500,000       R 7,500,000   R   -     R    -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W13/P 2

Project Name:                           Provision of Houses in Motlhabeng &    Targets / Target Group:
                                        Dibate 150 houses in Ward Thirteen     • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Thirteen
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality




                                                                                       373
Location:                                Ward Thirteen (MLM)                    Total Cost: R 5,700 ,000



                                                                                Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                2007/08       2008/09        2009/10        2010/11      2011/12

                                                                                R   -         R     -        R          -   R    -       R     -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                 Project No: MLM/W14/P 6

Project Name:                           Provision of 200 houses for the whole   Targets / Target Group:
                                        of Ward Fourteen                        • 2011
                                                                                • Residents of Ward Fourteen
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Fourteen (MLM)                    Total Cost: R 7,600 ,000



                                                                                Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                2007/08           2008/09     2009/10        2010/11      2011/12

                                                                                R   -          R 3,800.000    R 3,800,000    R       -    R        -




                                                                                        374
Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W15/P 7

Project Name:                           Provision of 2000 houses for the whole   Targets / Target Group:
                                        of Ward Fifteen                          • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Ward Fifteen
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Fifteen (MLM)                      Total Cost: R 76,000 ,000



                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                 2007/08       2008/09         2009/10      2010/11         2011/12

                                                                                 R   -         R   -         R 19,000,000   R 19,000,000   R 19,000,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W16/P 6

Project Name:                           Provision of 500 houses in Ward          Targets / Target Group:
                                        Sixteen                                  • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Ward Sixteen
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality




                                                                                         375
Location:                                Ward Sixteen (MLM)               Total Cost: R 19,000 ,000



                                                                          Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                          2007/08       2008/09        2009/10       2010/11       2011/12

                                                                          R   -         R   -         R 3,800,000   R 3,800,000   R 3,800,000


Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                           Project No: MLM/W17/P 6

Project Name:                           Provision of 500 houses in Ward   Targets / Target Group:
                                        Seventeen                         • 2011
                                                                          • Residents of Ward Seventeen
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Seventeen (MLM)             Total Cost: R 19,000 ,000



                                                                          Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                          2007/08       2008/09        2009/10       2010/11       2011/12

                                                                          R   -         R   -         R 3,800,000   R 3,800,000   R 3,800,000




                                                                                  376
Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W18/P 3

Project Name:                           Provision of 200 houses at             Targets / Target Group:
                                        Mapetla,Tlhabologo,Sehuba &            • 2011
                                        Lomanyaneng in Ward Eighteen           • Residents of Mapetla,Tlhabologo,Sehuba & Lomanyaneng in Ward Eighteen

Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                               Mapetla,Tlhabologo,Sehuba &            Total Cost: R 7,600 ,000
                                        Lomanyaneng in Ward Eighteen(MLM)


                                                                               Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09       2009/10          2010/11         2011/12

                                                                               R   -         R   -        R 3,800,000     R 3,800,000     R 3,800,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W19/P 3

Project Name:                           Provision of 300 houses to cover the   Targets / Target Group:
                                        whole of Ward Nineteen                 • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Nineteen
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality




                                                                                       377
Location:                               Ward Nineteen(MLM)                     Total Cost: R 11,400 ,000



                                                                               Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09        2009/10       2010/11      2011/12

                                                                               R   -         R   -         R 3,800,000   R 3,800,000   R     -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W20/P 2

Project Name:                           Provision of houses in Montshiwa two   Targets / Target Group:
                                        rooms (80) & 150 at Ramosadi in Ward   • 2011
                                        Twenty                                 • Residents of Montshiwa & Ramosadi in Ward Twenty

Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                               Montshiwa & Ramosadi in Ward           Total Cost: R 8,740 ,000
                                        Twenty (MLM)




                                                                                       378
    •   Possible Source of Funding                                         Budget Allocation:

                                                                           2007/08       2008/09        2009/10         2010/11      2011/12

                                                                           R   -         R 1,748,000   R 1,748,000     R 1,748,000   R 1,748,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                            Project No: MLM/W21/P 6

Project Name:                           Provision of 250 houses in         Targets / Target Group:
                                        Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-One     • 2011
                                                                           • Residents of Majemantsho in Ward Twenty
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Majemantsho in Ward Twenty –One   Total Cost: R 9,500 ,000
                                        (MLM)


                                                                           Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                           2007/08       2008/09        2009/10         2010/11      2011/12

                                                                           R   -         R 5 700,000   R 3,800,000      R    -       R   -


Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                            Project No: MLM/W22/P 7




                                                                                   379
Project Name:                           Provision of 350 houses to cover the   Targets / Target Group:
                                        whole of ward Twenty-two               • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Twenty-two
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Twenty –two (MLM)                Total Cost: R 13,300 ,000



                                                                               Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09        2009/10      2010/11       2011/12

                                                                               R   -         R 3,800,000   R 3,800,000   R 3,800,000   R   -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W23/P 4

Project Name:                           Provision of 500 houses to cover the   Targets / Target Group:
                                        whole of ward Twenty-three             • 2011




                                                                                       380
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the        •   Residents of Ward Twenty-three
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Twenty –three (MLM)              Total Cost: R 19,000 ,000



                                                                               Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09        2009/10       2010/11      2011/12

                                                                               R   -         R 9,500,000   R 900,000     R 3,800,000   R       -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                Project No: MLM/W24/P 6

Project Name:                           Provision of 250 houses to cover the   Targets / Target Group:
                                        whole of Ward Twenty-Four              • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Ward Twenty-Four
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Twenty –Four (MLM)               Total Cost: R 9,500 ,000



                                                                               Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08       2008/09        2009/10       2010/11      2011/12

                                                                               R   -         R 5,700,000   R 3,800,000    R -              R       -



                                                                                       381
Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                 Project No: MLM/W25/P 8

Project Name:                           Provision of 1600 houses to cover the   Targets / Target Group:
                                        whole of ward Twenty Five               • 2011
                                                                                • Residents of Ward Twenty-Five
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                                Ward Twenty –Five (MLM)                Total Cost: R 38,000 ,000



                                                                                Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                2007/08       2008/09        2009/10         2010/11        2011/12

                                                                                R   -         R 12,700,000   R 12,,700,000   R 6,350,000   R 6,350,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                 Project No: MLM/W26/P 9




                                                                                        382
Project Name:                           Provision of houses in Letlhogoring 50,   Targets / Target Group:
                                        30 Taunyane, 20 Manja in ward twenty-     • 2011
                                        Six                                       • Residents of Letlhogoring Taunyane, & Manja in Ward Twenty-Six

Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                               Letlhogoring Taunyane, & Manja in         Total Cost: R 3,800 ,000
                                        Ward Twenty –Six (MLM)


                                                                                  Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                  2007/08       2008/09       2009/10           2010/11          2011/12

                                                                                  R   -         R 1200,000   R 1,400,000        R -               R      -




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                   Project No: MLM/W27/P8

Project Name:                           Provision of Housing (750 Insut           Targets / Target Group:
                                        upgrading) in                             • 2011
                                        Skoongesid,Setlopo,Dithako tsa            • Residents of Skoongesid, Setlopo, Dithako tsa Sehuba, Dihatshwana,
                                        Sehuba, Dihatshwana, Matlhonyane &           Matlhonyane & Mothakga in Ward Twenty-seven
                                        Mothakga in Ward Twenty-seven

Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality




                                                                                          383
Location:                               Skoongesid,Setlopo,Dithako tsa           Total Cost: R 28,000 ,000
                                        Sehuba, Dihatshwana, Matlhonyane &
                                        Mothakga in Ward Twenty-seven
                                        (MLM)
                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                 2007/08     2008/09          2009/10        2010/11          2011/12
                                                                                 R -         R 7,000,000     R 7,000 000      R 7,000,000    R 7,000,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Housing facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W28/P4

Project Name:                           Provision of 2500 houses & VIP toilets   Targets / Target Group:
                                        in ward Twenty-Eight                     • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Ward Twenty-Eight
Project Objective:                      To Provide accommodation to the
                                        residents of the Municipality

Location:                               Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                  Total Cost: R 95,000 ,000



                                                                                 Budget Allocation:
    •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                                 2007/08     2008/09          2009/10        2010/11          2011/12
                                                                                 R -        R 19,000,000     R 19,000 000   R 19,000,000    R 19,000,000




                                                                                      384
             SANITATION

Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/

Project Name:                            Upgrading of Mafikeng Purification         Targets / Target Group:
                                         plan                                       • 2011
                                                                                    • Residents of Mafikeng
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in
                                         the municipality
Location:                                MLM                                        Total Cost: R 32,000,000.00
                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                                2007/08     2008/09            2009/10      2010/11        2011/12
                                                                                                R2,000.000        R10,000,000   R10,000,000   R10,000,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W1/P2


Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • Residents of Ward One
                                         the designated area
Location:                                Ward One (MLM)                             Total Cost: R 3,900,000.00




                                                                                         385
Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:

                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09           2009/10      2010/11     2011/12
                                                                                                                 R1,900,000   R2,000,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W2/P2


Project Name:                            Provision of 1500 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • Residents of Ward Two
                                         the designated area
Location:                                Ward Two (MLM)                             Total Cost: R 4,500,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09          2009/10        2010/11    2011/12
                                                                                                                 R2,500,000   2,000,000




                                                                                         386
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                   Project No: MLM/W3/P7


Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets               Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                     • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in    • Residents of Ward Three
                                         the designated area
Location:                                Ward Three (MLM)                            Total Cost: R4,800,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                     2007/08     2008/09           2009/10        2010/11    2011/12
                                                                                                                  R2,000,000    R2,800,000



Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                   Project No: MLM/W4/P3


Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets               Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                     • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in    • Residents of Ward Four
                                         the designated area
Location:                                Ward Four (MLM)                             Total Cost: R 3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                     2007/08     2008/09           2009/10       2010/11     2011/12
                                                                                                 R2,800,000        R1,100,000




                                                                                    387
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W5/P8

Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • Residents of Ward Five
                                         the designated area
Location:                                Ward Five (MLM)                            Total Cost: 3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09           2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                               R2,800,000       R1,100,000


Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W6/P6

Project Name:                            Provision of 2000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • Residents of Ward Six
                                         the designated area
Location:                                Ward Six (MLM)                             Total Cost: R6,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09          2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                               R3,200,000       2,800,000




                                                                                         388
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W7/P3

Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Seven
Location:                                Ward Seven (MLM)                           Total Cost: R3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09           2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                               R2,700,000       R1,200,000



Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W9/P1

Project Name:                            Provision of 800 VIP Toilets               Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Nine
Location:                                Ward Nine (MLM)                            Total Cost: R3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09          2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                               R3,900,000.00




                                                                                         389
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W11/P2

Project Name:                            Provision of 1500 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
                                                                                    • 2011
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Eleven
Location:                                Ward Eleven (MLM)                          Total Cost: R4,500,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09          2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                                R1,700,000       R2,800,000



Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W12/P1

Project Name:                            Provision of 500 VIP Toilets               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twelve
Location:                                Ward Twelve (MLM)                          Total Cost: R1,500,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09          2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                               R1,500,000.00




                                                                                         390
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W13/P5

Project Name:                            Provision of 2000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Thirteen
Location:                                Ward Thirteen (MLM)                        Total Cost: R6,000,000.00
                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                                2007/08    2008/09         2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R2,000,000 R2,500,000     R1,500,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W14/P2

Project Name:                            Provision of 1000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Fourteen
Location:                                Ward Fourteen (MLM)                        Total Cost: R3,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09        2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R2,000,000 R1,000,000




                                                                                         391
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W15/P2

Project Name:                            Provision of 2000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Fifteen
Location:                                Ward Fifteen (MLM)                         Total Cost: R6,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09         2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R2,000,000 R3,000,000     R1,000,000



Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W16/P3

Project Name:                            Provision of 2000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Sixteen
Location:                                Ward Sixteen (MLM)                         Total Cost: R6,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09         2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R2,500,000 R2,000,000     R1,500,000




                                                                                         392
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W17/P4

Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Seventeen
Location:                                Ward Seventeen (MLM)                       Total Cost: R3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09        2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                               R2,900,000     R1,000,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W18/P1

Project Name:                            Provision of 1500VIP Toilets               Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Eighteen
Location:                                Ward Eighteen (MLM)                        Total Cost: R4,500,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09        2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R2,000,000 R2,500,000




                                                                                         393
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W19/P5

Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Nineteen
Location:                                Ward Nineteen (MLM)                        Total Cost: R3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R2,100,000 R1,800,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W20/P3

Project Name:                            Provision of 1000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty
Location:                                Ward Twenty (MLM)                          Total Cost: R3,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08    2008/09        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R2,000,000 R1,000,000




                                                                                         394
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W21/P4

Project Name:                            Provision of 2000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty-one
Location:                                Ward Twenty-one (MLM)                      Total Cost: R6,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09        2009/10       2010/11     2011/12
                                                                                                              R2,500,000    R3,500,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W22/P1

Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty-two
Location:                                Ward Twenty-two (MLM)                      Total Cost: R3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09        2009/10      2010/11      2011/12
                                                                                                              R1,000,000   R2,900,000




                                                                                         395
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W23/P1

Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty-three
Location:                                Ward Twenty-three (MLM)                    Total Cost: R3,9000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09        2009/10      2010/11     2011/12
                                                                                                              R1,000,000   R2,900,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W24/P1

Project Name:                            Provision of 2000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty-four
Location:                                Ward Twenty-four (MLM)                     Total Cost: R6,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09        2009/10       2010/11    2011/12
                                                                                                              R2,000,000   R3,500,000




                                                                                         396
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W25/P3

Project Name:                            Provision of 1300 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty-five
Location:                                Ward Twenty-five (MLM)                     Total Cost: R3,900,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09        2009/10       2010/11     2011/12
                                                                                                              R1,000,000   R2,900,000




Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/ W26/P2

Project Name:                            Provision of 1700 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty-six
Location:                                Ward Twenty-six (MLM)                      Total Cost: R5,100,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08     2008/09        2009/10       2010/11     2011/12
                                                                                                            R3,000,000      R2,100,000




                                                                                         397
Priority Issue: Provision of Sanitation Facilities                                  Project No: MLM/W27/P3

Project Name:                            Provision of 2000 VIP Toilets              Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                       To improve on the state of sanitation in   • 2011
                                         the designated area                        • Residents of Ward Twenty-seven
Location:                                Ward Twenty-seven (MLM)                    Total Cost: R6,000,000.00

Possible Source of Funding                                                          Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08      2008/09        2009/10       2010/11      2011/12
                                                                                                               R2,500,000    R3,500,000


             ELECTRICITY


          Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                            Project No: MLM/W1/P5

    Project Name                        Provision of electricity in Tontonyane,               Targets/Target Group:
                                        Morwamarapo, Makhubung and all schools                   • 2011
    Project Objectives                  To ensure that the residents of Tontonyae,               • Residents of Tontonyane, Morwamarapo and Makhubung
                                        Morwamarapo, Makhubung and schools have                  • Learners and educators
                                        access to electricity
    Location                            Tontonyane, Morwamarapo and Makhubung                 Total Cost: R1, 500, 000, 00
                                        in Ward 1 (MLM)



                                                                                         398
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                           Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                                   2007/08               2008/09    2009/10       2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                       R1, 500, 000, 00     R-          R-           R-         R-

       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity in Kabe Kgamayasha Ext 39              Project No: MLM/W2/P1

Project Name                       Provision of electricity Kabe Kgamayasha,           Targets/Target Group:
                                   Ext 39, Dibono (300 units)                             • 2011
Project Objectives                 To ensure that electricity is accessible to all        • Residents of Ext 39
                                   residents
Location                           Kabe Kgamayasha, Ext 39: Ward 2 (MLM)               Total Cost: R6, 000, 000, 00
Possible Sources of Funding:
                                                                                       Budget Allocation:
   •
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                           2007/08              2008/09        2009/10    2010/11      2011/12
                                                                                       R3, 000, 000, 00   R3, 000, 000, 00 R-          R-              R-
   •
       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                        Project No: MLM/W3/P8

Project Name                       Provision of electricity in Ikopeleng, 600,         Targets/Target Group:
                                   Makgokgwane, Dimorongwane &                            • 2011
                                   Mafethe/Nule Park, extensions to new stands            • Ikopelng, Makgokgwane, Dimorogwane & Mafethestadt
                                   and 160 households in Miga                             • New Stands
Project Objectives                 To ensure that electricity is accessible to all        • 160 Households in Miga
                                   residents




                                                                                     399
Location                         Makgokgwane, Ikopeleng, Dimorongwane &       Total Cost: R3, 000, 000, 00
                                 Mafethe
                                                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                              2007/08              2008/09        2009/10       2010/11      2011/12
                                                                              R-              R1, 500, 000, 00   R1, 500 ,000,00 R-                R-

            Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                          Project No: MLM/W4/P1

Project Name                     Provision of electricity in Maruping, Ottoshop Targets/Target Group:
                                 (450) & Matsapole (18), Tsetse (new stands),      • 2011
                                 Matsatseng (150)                                  • Maruping, Ottosoop & Matsapole, Tsetse (new stands), Matsatseng
                                                                                       Residents
Project Objectives               To ensure access to electricity
                                 To ensure that residents of these areas have
                                 access to lights
Location                         Maruping, Ottoshop & Matsapole, Tsetse         Total Cost: R3, 000, 000, 00
                                 (new stands), Matsatseng: Ward 4 (MLM)
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                    Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                          2007/08             2008/09         2009/10      2010/11       2011/12
                                                                              R1, 5 000, 000, 00 R1, 500, 000, 00 R-           R-              R-




                                                                           400
       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                     Project No: MLM/W6/P2

Project Name                       Provision of electricity in Mogosane,            Targets/Target Group:
                                   Lekgalong, Tlapeng & Mabutswana clinic &            • 2011
                                   schools                                             • Mogosane, Lekgalong, Tlapeng & Mabutswapele clinic & schools

Project Objectives                 To ensure that residents of these areas have
                                   access to lights
Location                           Mogosane, Lekgalong, Tlapeng &                   Total Cost: R3 000, 000, 00
                                   Mabutswapele clinic & schools in Ward 6
                                   (MLM)                                            Budget Allocation:
Possible Sources of Funding:
                                                                                    2007/08              2008/09         2009/10         2010/11   2011/12
   •                                                                                R1, 000, 000, 00   R1, 000, 000, 00 R1, 000, 000, 00   R-           R-

       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity in New stands                       Project No: MLM/W11/P4

Project Name                       Provision of electricity in New stands (30       Targets/Target Group:
                                   houses)                                             • 2011
Project Objectives                 To ensure that all new residents have access        • New Stands in Ward 11
                                   to electricity
Location                           New Stands -Ward 11 (MLM)                        Total Cost: R450, 000, 00
Possible Sources of Funding:
                                                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                    2007/08              2008/09        2009/10         2010/11    2011/12
                                                                                    R-                 R450, 000, 00      R-               R-         R-




                                                                                  401
       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                      Project No: MLM/W15/P5

Project Name                       Provision of electricity at Ga-Morutlwa           Targets/Target Group:
Project Objectives                 To ensure that residents of these areas have         • 2011
                                   access to lights                                     • Ga-Morutlwa Residents
Location                           GA-Morutlwa -Ward 15 (MLM)                        Total Cost: R1, 500, 000, 00
Possible Sources of Funding:
                                                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                     2007/08              2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                     R1, 500, 000, 00     R-               R-         R-       R-

       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                      Project No: MLM/W16/P4

Project Name                       Provision of electricity Infills in Phola (80     Targets/Target Group:
                                   houses)                                              • 2011
Project Objectives                 To ensure safe electric wires and                    • Phola Residents
                                   sustainability of electricity
Location                           Phola -Ward 16 (MLM)                              Total Cost: R900, 000, 00
Possible Sources of Funding:
                                                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                     2007/08              2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                     R-                 R900, 000, 00     R-         R-        R-

     Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                        Project No: MLM/W21/P2
Project Name                     Provision of electricity in 500 houses in           Targets/Target Group:
                                 Majemantsho




                                                                                   402
Project Objectives                 To ensure that all residents of Majemantsho         • 2011
                                   have access to electricity                          • Majemantsho Residents
Location                           Majemantsho-Ward 21 (MLM)                        Total Costs: R3, 000, 000, 00
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                        Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                                2007/08             2008/09          2009/10        2010/11    2011/12
                                                                                    R1, 500, 000, 00 R1, 500, 000, 00        R-              R-        R-



       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                     Project No: MLM/W22/P5

Project Name                       Provision of electricity Infills in Ward 22      Targets/Target Group:
Project Objectives                 To ensure the powerful electric transformers        • 2011
                                   in Ward 22                                          • Ward 22 Residents
Location                           Ward 22 (MLM)                                    Total Costs: R2, 000, 000, 00
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                        Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                                2007/08             2008/09          2009/10         2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R-            R1, 000, 000, 00      R1, 000, 000, 00   R-       R-

       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity in Ward 23                          Project No: MLM/W23/P12

Project Name                       Provision of electricity in incomplete           Targets/Target Group:
                                   households in ward 23                               • 2011
Project Objectives                 To ensure that all households of Ward 23            • Ward 23 Residents
                                   have access to electricity
Location                           Ward 23 (MLM)                                    Total Costs: R1, 500, 000, 00




                                                                                  403
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                        Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                                2007/08               2008/09          2009/10    2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R1, 500, 000, 00       R                 R-        R-       R-

       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                     Project No: MLM/W24/P3

Project Name                       Provision of electricity infills in              Targets/Target Group:
                                   Goedgevonden 60 houses and                          • 2011
                                   Lonbaardslaagte 80 houses                           • Goedgevonden and Lonbaardslaagte Residents
Project Objectives                 To extend electric wires to 60 houses in
                                   Goedgevonden and 80 houses in
                                   Lonbaardslaagte
Location                           Goedgevonden and Lonbaardslaagte in Ward         Total Costs: R1, 500, 000, 00
                                   24 (MLM)                                         Budget Allocation:
Possible Sources of Funding:
                                                                                    2007/08               2008/09          2009/10    2010/11   2011/12
   •                                                                                R-                 R 1, 500, 000, 00     R-         R-       R-


       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                     Project No: MLM/W25/P4

Project Name                       Provision of electricity in Mandela Park         Targets/Target Group:
Project Objectives                 To ensure that all residents of Mandela Park        • 2011
                                   have access to electricity                          • Mandela Park Residents
Location                           Mandela Park - Ward 25 (MLM)                     Total Costs: R1, 500, 000, 00




                                                                                  404
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                      Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                              2007/08               2008/09       2009/10      2010/11      2011/12
                                                                                  R1, 500, 000, 00       R              R-          R-          R-


       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                   Project No: MLM/W26/P1

Project Name            Provision of electricity in Lekubu la Seipone,            Targets/Target Group:
                        Tsokoane-Seboane, Gamolema, Manja, Letlhoring,               • 2011
                        Phudungwe, Lekung & Madibe ga Tau                            • Lekubu la Seipone, Tsokoane-Seboane, Gamolema, Manja, Letlhoring,
Project Objectives      To ensure that all villages in Ward 26 have access to           Phudungwe, Lekung & Madibe ga Tau Residents
                        electricity
Location                Ward 26 (MLM)                                             Total Costs: R3, 500, 000, 00
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                      Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                              2007/08               2008/09        2009/10     2010/11      2011/12
                                                                                  R1, 000, 000, 00     R2, 500, 000, 00 R-          R-          R-



       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                   Project No: MLM/W27/P2

Project Name                  Provision of electricity in Setlopo & Matshepe      Targets/Target Group:
Project Objectives            To ensure that people residing in Setlopo &            • 2011
                              Matshepe have access to electricity and can use        • Setlopo & Mathepe Residents
                              electric appliances
Location                      Setlopo & Matshepe in Ward 27 (MLM)                 Total Costs: R1, 500, 000, 00




                                                                                405
Possible Sources of Funding:                                                        Budget Allocation:

   •                                                                                2007/08               2008/09      2009/10        2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                    R1, 500, 000, 00     R-             R-             R-       R-


       Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                     Project No: MLM/W28/P1

Project Name            Provision of electricity in Molelwane, Signal Hill &        Targets/Target Group:
                        Lonely Park                                                    • 2011
Project Objectives      To ensure the access of electricity to the residents of        • Residents of Molelwane, Signal Hill & Lonely Park
                        Molelwane, Signal Hill & Lonely Park
                        To ensure the safety of residents in the evening
Location             Molelwane, Signal Hill & Lonely Park - Ward 28                 Total Costs: R1, 500, 000, 00
                     (MLM)                                                          Budget Allocation:
Possible Sources of Funding:
                                                                                    2007/08              2008/09        2009/10       2010/11   2011/12
   •                                                                                R-                 R1, 500, 000, 00 R-             R-       R-




                                                                                  406
            ROADS, STORMWATER & BRIDGES

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W1/P4


Project Name:                        Construction/resealing & upgrading of     Targets / Target Group:
                                     roads in Modimola, Magelelo &             • 2011
                                     Madibe Makgabana (20km) in Ward           • Residents of Modimola, Magelelo & Madibe Makgabana in Ward One
                                     One
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Modimola, Magelelo & Madibe               Total Cost: 12,000,000
                                     Makgabana in Ward One (MLM)
Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08     2008/09       2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
                                                                               R -        R 4,000,000   R 4,000,000      R 4,000,000


Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W2/P4




                                                                                    407
Project Name:                        Construction/ regraveling of roads in at   Targets / Target Group:
                                     Masulthe 1, Manawane,                      • 2011
                                     Dibono,Phadime, Kabe & Ext. 39             • Residents of Modimola, Magelelo & Madibe Makgabana in Ward One
                                     (30km) in Ward two
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Masulthe 1, Manawane, Dibono,              Total Cost: 12,000,000
                                     Phadime, Kabe & Ext. 39 in Ward two
                                     (MLM)
Possible Source of Funding                                                      Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                2007/08     2008/09        2009/10          2010/11         2011/12
                                                                                R -        R 4,000,000    R 4,000,000       R 4,000,000


Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                    Project No:MLM/W3/P3


Project Name:                        Construction/resealing of roads at         Targets / Target Group:
                                     Botshabelo, 600, Magokgwane and            • 2011
                                     Miga,Dimorogwane,Ikopeleng,Mfethest        • Residents of Botshabelo, 600, Magokgwane and
                                     adt/Noule Park (+-9km) and speed              Miga,Dimorogwane,Ikopeleng,Mfethestadt/Noule Park in Ward Three
                                     humps in Ward Three

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Botshabelo, 600, Magokgwane and            Total Cost: 4,500,000
                                     Miga,Dimorogwane,Ikopeleng,Mfethest
                                     adt/Noule Park in Ward Three (MLM)




                                                                                     408
Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08     2008/09        2009/10           2010/11   2011/12
                                                                               R -        R 3,000,000    R 1,500,000        R -        R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W4/P6


Project Name:                        Construction of a bridge in Slurry        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Informal Settlement & Upgrading 5km       • 2011
                                     of roads in Tsetse & Ottoshoop in Ward    • Residents of Tsetse & Ottoshoop in Ward Four
                                     Four

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Tsetse & Ottoshoop in Ward Four           Total Cost: 4,000,000
                                      (MLM)
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                           Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08     2008/09        2009/10           2010/11   2011/12
                                                                               R -        R 3,000,000    R 1,000,000        R -        R -




                                                                                    409
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W5/P3


Project Name:                        Regravelling/tarring main& internal       Targets / Target Group:
                                     roads (5km) in Lomanyaneng in Ward        • 2011
                                     Five                                      • Residents of Lomanyaneng in Ward Five

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Lomanyaneng in Ward Five                  Total Cost: 5,000,000
                                      (MLM)
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                           Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08     2008/09        2009/10         2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000 R 2,000,000   R -              R -              R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W6/P1


Project Name:                        Construction/regraveling of roads in      Targets / Target Group:
                                     Mogosane,Tlapeng,lekung,Phadima,To        • 2011
                                     ntonyane,Moletsamongwe,Mabutswana,        • Residents of, Mogosane, Tlapenglekung, Phadima, Tontonyane,
                                     Lekgalong & Unit 3& 6 (20km) in           Moletsamongwe,Mabutswana, Lekgalong & Unit 3& 6 in Ward Six Ward Five
                                     Ward Six

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality



                                                                                    410
Location:                            Mogosane,Tlapeng,lekung,Phadima,To        Total Cost: 12,000,000
                                     ntonyane,Moletsamongwe,Mabutswana,
                                     Lekgalong & Unit 3& 6 in Ward Six         Budget Allocation:
                                     (MLM)
Possible Source of Funding                                                     2007/08     2008/09        2009/10          2010/11         2011/12
   •                                                                           R -        R 4,000,000    R 3,000,000      R 3,000,000     R 2,000,000




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W7/P2


Project Name:                        Construction/resealing of roads at        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Borola Tuku, Mafikeng CBD, Golf           • 2011
                                     View & Top Village (10km) in Ward         • Residents of Borola Tuku, Mafikeng CBD, Golf View & Top Village in Ward
                                     Seven                                        Seven
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Borola Tuku, Mafikeng CBD, Golf           Total Cost: 12,000,000
                                     View & Top Village in Ward
                                     Seven(MLM)                                Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                           2007/08     2008/09        2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000 R 2,000,000    R -             R -               R    -


Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W8/P2




                                                                                    411
Project Name:                        Construction/resealing of roads at        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Montshiwa,unit 1, Imperial Reserve &      • 2011
                                     current & new Lottage Railway (10km)      • Residents of Montshiwa,unit 1, Imperial Reserve & current & new Lottage
                                     in Ward Eight                                Railway in Ward Eight

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Montshiwa,unit 1, Imperial Reserve &      Total Cost: 9,000,000
                                     current & new Lottage Railway in Ward
                                     Eight (MLM)                               Budget Allocation:
Possible Source of Funding
   •                                                                           2007/08     2008/09         2009/10          2010/11           2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000 R 4,000,000     R -              R -               R 2,000,000

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W9/P6


Project Name:                        Upgrading/resealing of roads and storm    Targets / Target Group:
                                     water upgrading internal roads (uttary    • 2011
                                     road) in Lomanyaneng & Danville RDP       • Residents of Lomanyaneng & Danville in Ward Nine
                                     houses (+-10km) and provision of speed
                                     humps in Ward Nine

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Lomanyaneng & Danville in Ward           Total Cost: 6,000,000
                                     Nine(MLM)
Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08     2008/09         2009/10           2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R 2,000,000 R 3,000,000     R 1,000,000       R -               R -




                                                                                    412
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W10/P3


Project Name:                        Closing of furrow behind Mmabatho         Targets / Target Group:
                                     high school in Ward Ten                   • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Mmabatho in Ward Ten
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Mmabatho in Ward Ten(MLM)                Total Cost: 1,000,000

Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09        2009/10          2010/11    2011/12
                                                                               R 500,000   R 500,000        R    -           R -         R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W10/P2


Project Name:                        Resealing of roads in Unit 2, 5 & 8       Targets / Target Group:
                                     (10km) in Ward Ten                        • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Unit two, five & Ten in Ward Ten
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Unit 2, 5 & 8 in Ward Ten(MLM)           Total Cost: 3,500,000

Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09         2009/10          2010/11    2011/12
                                                                               R 2,000,000 R 1,500,000       R   -            R -        R -



                                                                                    413
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W11/P1


Project Name:                        Construction of Main & internal roads-    Targets / Target Group:
                                     at Seweding,Phola & Mocoseng (10km)       • 2011
                                     in Ward Eleven                            • Residents of Seweding,Phola & Mocoseng in Ward Eleven

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Seweding,Phola & Mocoseng in Ward        Total Cost: 6,000,000
                                     Eleven (MLM)
Possible Source of Funding                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                               2007/08     2008/09        2009/10         2010/11        2011/12
                                                                               R -        R 3,000,000    R 2,000,000      R 1,000,000     R -


Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W12/P6




                                                                                    414
Project Name:                        Construction of a Bridge at Tontonyane      Targets / Target Group:
                                     in Ward Twelve                              • 2011
                                                                                 • Residents of Tontonyane in Ward Twelve
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Tontonyane in Ward Twelve (MLM)            Total Cost: 3,000,000

Possible Source of Funding                                                       Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                 2007/08     2008/09          2009/10          2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                 R -        R 3,000,000       R -               R -      R -


Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                     Project No:MLM/W12/P6


Project Name:                        Resealing of a road at Unit 13 (taxi road   Targets / Target Group:
                                     to Mocoseng 1km)& rehabilitation of a       • 2011
                                     road that cut across Unit12, 13&14 &        • Residents of Units Twelve, Thirteen & Fourteen
                                     to Biodiesel project (10km)

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Units Twelve, Thirteen, &Fourteen          Total Cost: 4,500,000
                                     (MLM)
Possible Source of Funding                                                       Budget Allocation:
   •
                                                                                 2007/08     2008/09          2009/10          2010/11   2011/12
                                                                                 R -        R 3,000,000       R1,500,000         R -      R -

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                     Project No:MLM/W13/P4




                                                                                      415
Project Name:                        Rehabilitation of Internal roads-         Targets / Target Group:
                                     Motlhabeng & Dibate (4km) in Ward         • 2011
                                     Thirteen                                  • Residents of Mothlabeng & Dibate in Ward Thirteen


Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Mothlabeng & Dibate in Ward Thirteen     Total Cost: 2,000,000
                                     (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08       2008/09         2009/10           2010/11              2011/12
                                                                               R 2,000,000    R 2,3000,000 -              R    -           R    -             R
                                                                               -

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W13/P3


Project Name:                        Upgrading of roads & Storm water in       Targets / Target Group:
                                     Unit 9,10, part 8,12,15 (8km)             • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Units Nine, Ten part of Eight, Twelve & Fifteen

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Units Nine, Ten part of Eight, Twelve    Total Cost: 5,000,000
                                     & Fifteen (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08       2008/09         2009/10           2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000   R 2,000,000      R -              R -              R -



                                                                                    416
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W14/P5


Project Name:                        Regrading & Provision of roads in part    Targets / Target Group:
                                     Mocoseng & part of Seweding (3km)         • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Mocoseng & part of Seweding
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Mocoseng & part of Seweding (MLM)         Total Cost: 5,000,000

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08     2008/09           2009/10        2010/11   2011/12
                                                                               R -        R 2,500,000        R 2,500,000     R -      R -

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W15/P1


Project Name:                        Provision of roads ,general               Targets / Target Group:
                                     upgrading(5km) in Ward Fifteen            • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to   • Residents of Ward Fifteen
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Ward Fifteen(MLM)                         Total Cost: 4,000,000

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08     2008/09           2009/10        2010/11   2011/12
                                                                               R -        R 2,000,000        R 2,000,000     R -      R -




                                                                                    417
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W17/P6


Project Name:                        Rehabilitation of internal roads (15km)   Targets / Target Group:
                                     (regravelling) in Ward Seventeen          • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to   • Residents of Ward Seventeen
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Ward Seventeen(MLM)                       Total Cost: 5,000,000

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08      2008/09    2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -           R         R 3,000,000        R 2,000,000   R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W18/P2


Project Name:                        Upgrading/rehabilitation of roads in      Targets / Target Group:
                                     Tlhabologo, Lomanyaneng and Mapetla       • 2011
                                     & Sehuba (17km) in Ward Eighteen          • Residents of Tlhabologo, Lomanyaneng and Mapetla & Sehuba in Ward
                                                                                  Eighteen
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Tlhabologo, Lomanyaneng and              Total Cost: 6,000,000
                                     Mapetla & Sehuba in Ward Eighteen
                                     (MLM)                                     Budget Allocation:




                                                                                    418
   •   Possible Source of Funding
                                                                               2007/08     2008/09      2009/10          2010/11            2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 3,000,000 R 3,000,000       R -                R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W19/P1


Project Name:                        General upgrading of roads in Ward        Targets / Target Group:
                                     Nineteen(7km)                             • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Montshiwa & part of Ramosadi in Ward Nineteen
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Montshiwa & part of Ramosadi in          Total Cost: 4,000,000
                                     Ward Nineteen (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08      2008/09      2009/10         2010/11            2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000 R 1,000,000     R -           R -                R -

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W20/P5


Project Name:                         Upgrading of roads in Montshiwa &        Targets / Target Group:
                                     part of Ramosadi (5km) in ward Twenty     • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Montshiwa & part of Ramosadi in Ward Twenty
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Montshiwa & part of Ramosadi in          Total Cost: 4,000,000
                                     Ward Twenty (MLM)




                                                                                    419
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08      2008/09      2009/10         2010/11            2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000 R 1,000,000     R -           R -                R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W21/P7


Project Name:                        Rehabilitation of mine dumps at           Targets / Target Group:
                                     Majemantsho in Ward Twenty-One            • 2011
                                                                               • Residents of Montshiwa & part of Ramosadi in Ward Twenty
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                             Montshiwa & part of Ramosadi in          Total Cost: 2,000,000
                                     Ward Twenty (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08     2008/09       2009/10         2010/11            2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 2,000,000     R -           R -                R -

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W21/P3


Project Name:                        Construction/regraveling of roads at      Targets / Target Group:
                                     Majemantsho & part of Lomanyaneng         • 2011
                                     (5km)in Ward Twenty-One                   • Residents of Majemantsho & part of Lomanyaneng in Ward Twenty-One




                                                                                    420
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Majemantsho & part of Lomanyaneng         Total Cost: 3,500,000
                                     in Ward Twenty –One (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08     2008/09       2009/10       2010/11         2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 1,000,000    R 500,000     R -             R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W22/P2


Project Name:                        Provision of roads-general, upgrading in Targets / Target Group:
                                     Ward Twenty-two (3.7km)                  • 2011
                                                                              • Residents of Majemantsho & part of Lomanyaneng in Ward Twenty-One
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Ward Twenty –two(MLM)                    Total Cost: 4,000,000

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:

                                                                               2007/08     2008/09       2009/10       2010/11         2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 3,000,000   R 1,000,000     R -             R -

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W22/P8


Project Name:                        Construction of two bridges at Koikoi     Targets / Target Group:
                                     at Dithakong in Ward Twenty-two.          • 2011




                                                                                    421
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to   •   Residents of Koikoi & Dithakong in Ward Twenty-two
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Koikoi & Dithakong in Ward Twenty –       Total Cost: 4,000,000
                                     two(MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09       2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 4,000,000    R -               R -              R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W23/P6


Project Name:                        Tarring 22km Lotlhakane road              Targets / Target Group:
                                     (Ramookeng & Brokor road), road           • 2011
                                     between Lotlhakane & Ditshilo 4km,        • Residents of Lotlhakane, Molebatsi & Ditshilo in Ward Twenty-Three
                                     1km road from tar road to clinic in
                                     Lotlhakane & tarring of Molebatsi roads
                                     Tarring 22km Lotlhakane road
                                     (Ramookeng & Brokor road), road
                                     between Lotlhakane & Ditshilo 4km,
                                     1km road from tar road to clinic in
                                     Lotlhakane & tarring of Molebatsi roads
                                     in Ward Twenty-three

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Lotlhakane, Molebatsi & Ditshilo in       Total Cost: 15,000,000
                                     Ward Twenty-Three (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09       2009/10           2010/11         2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 6,000,000    R 6,000,000    R 3,000,000          R -



                                                                                    422
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W23/P8


Project Name:                        Construction of two bridges between       Targets / Target Group:
                                     Dithakong, Molebatsi & Ditshilo in        • 2011
                                     Twenty-three                              • Residents of Dithakong, Molebatsi & Ditshilo in Ward Twenty-Three
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Dithakong, Molebatsi & Ditshilo in        Total Cost: 5,000,000
                                     Ward Twenty-Three (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09       2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 3,000,000    R 2,000,000      R    -           R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W23/P7


Project Name:                        Construction of a bridge and upgrading    Targets / Target Group:
                                     of internal roads between Ramoile         • 2011
                                     section & Phatshima section in            • Residents of Lotlhakane, Brokor, Rapulane & Ramookeng in Ward Twenty-
                                     Lotlhakane, Brokor road,Rapulane &           Three
                                     Ramookeng section (5km) in Twenty-
                                     three




                                                                                    423
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Lotlhakane, Brokor, Rapulane &            Total Cost: 5,000,000
                                     Ramookeng in Ward Twenty-Three
                                     (MLM)                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              2007/08      2008/09       2009/10           2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 3,000,000    R 2,000,000       R    -           R -



Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W24/P7


Project Name:                        Upgrading of internal roads (+-15km)      Targets / Target Group:
                                     Upgrading/tarring of roads from Vrede     • 2011
                                     to Weldevrede & from Uitkyk-              • Residents of Vrede, Weldevrede, Uitkyk, Enselsrust in Ward Twenty-four
                                     Mooifontein &from Enselsrust-
                                     Mooifontein (50km) in Ward Twenty-
                                     four
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Vrede, Weldevrede, Uitkyk, Enselsrust     Total Cost: 20,000,000
                                     in Ward Twenty-four(MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09       2009/10           2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 6,000,000    R 5,000,000       R5,000,000      R 4,000,000




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W25/P2




                                                                                    424
Project Name:                        Provision of roads-general upgrading in   Targets / Target Group:
                                     Kaalpan, Nooitgedacht, Naauwpoort,        • 2011
                                     Driehoek & Bethel, Mandela Park & all     • Residents of Kaalpan, Nooitgedacht, Naauwpoort, Driehoek & Bethel, Mandela
                                     internal roads (25 km) in Ward Twenty-       Park in Ward Twenty-five
                                     five

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Kaalpan, Nooitgedacht, Naauwpoort,        Total Cost: 10,000,000
                                     Driehoek & Bethel, Mandela Park in
                                     Ward Twenty-five(MLM)                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              2007/08      2008/09       2009/10          2010/11           2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 4,000,000    R 3,000,000      R3,000,000       R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W26/P4




                                                                                    425
Project Name:                        Provision of roads & storm water          Targets / Target Group:
                                     network upgrading in Madibe-Ga-Tau,       • 2011
                                     Lekhubu-La-Seipone & Morwatshetlha        • Residents of Madibe-Ga-Tau, Lekhubu-La-Seipone & Morwatshetlha in Ward
                                     (30km) and road signs in Ward Twenty-        Twenty-Six
                                     Six

Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Madibe-Ga-Tau, Lekhubu-La-Seipone         Total Cost: 15,000,000
                                     & Morwatshetlha in Ward Twenty-
                                     Six(MLM)                                  Budget Allocation:
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              2007/08      2008/09      2009/10         2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 4,000,000   R 4,000,000     R4,000,000      R 3,000,000




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W26/P8


Project Name:                        Construction of 21km road from          Targets / Target Group:
                                     Mafikeng to Manja in Ward Twenty-Six • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to • Residents of Mafikeng & Manja in Ward Twenty-Six
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Mafikeng &Manja in Ward Twenty-         Total Cost: 5,000,000
                                     Six(MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                            Budget Allocation:
                                                                             2007/08       2008/09     2009/10         2010/11            2011/12
                                                                             R -          R 3,000,000  R 2,000,000     R -                R    -




                                                                                    426
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W27/P4


Project Name:                        Provision of a Tar road btw Setlopo &     Targets / Target Group:
                                     Meetmekaar (50km), provision of           • 2011
                                     roads & Storm water upgrading at          • Residents of Setlopo, Meetmekaar,& Dihatshwana in Ward Twenty-Seven
                                     Dihatshwana & (culverts at Setlopo)
                                     (20km)in Ward Twenty-Seven
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Setlopo, Meetmekaar,& Dihatshwana in      Total Cost: 25,000,000
                                     Ward Twenty-Seven(MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09       2009/10          2010/11         2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 9,000,000    R 6,000,000     R 5,000,000      R 5,000,000


Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W27/P5


Project Name:                        Provision of roads & storm water          Targets / Target Group:
                                     upgrading in Skoongezicht, Dithakong      • 2011
                                     Tsa Ga Sehuba,Setlopo (culverts) &        • Residents of Skoongezicht, Dithakong Tsa Ga Sehuba,Setlopo & Matlhonyane
                                     Matlhonyane (10km) in Ward Twenty-           in Ward Twenty-Seven
                                     Seven
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Skoongezicht, Dithakong Tsa Ga            Total Cost: 15,000,000
                                     Sehuba,Setlopo & Matlhonyane in
                                     Ward Twenty-Seven(MLM)                    Budget Allocation:




                                                                                    427
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              2007/08     2008/09        2009/10          2010/11          2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 4,000,000    R 4,000,000     R4,000,000       R 3,000,000

Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W27/P10


Project Name:                        Construction of a Bridge between          Targets / Target Group:
                                     Dithako East & Dithako Tsa ga Sehuba      • 2011
                                     in Ward Twenty-Seven                      • Residents of Dithako East & Dithako Tsa ga Sehuba in Ward Twenty-Seven
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Dithako East & Dithako Tsa ga Sehuba      Total Cost: 2,000,000
                                     in Ward Twenty-Seven(MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09       2009/10        2010/11         2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 2,000,000    R   -           R -             R   -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W27/P6


Project Name:                        Provision of roads & general upgrading    Targets / Target Group:
                                     in Rooigrond (5km) in Ward Twenty-        • 2011
                                     Seven                                     • Residents of Rooigrond in Ward Twenty-Seven
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Rooigrond in Ward Twenty-                 Total Cost: 2,000,000
                                     Seven(MLM)




                                                                                    428
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09      2009/10      2010/11   2011/12
                                                                               R -         R 2,000,000   R   -         R -       R   -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W28/P3


Project Name:                        Construction of roads & for the entire    Targets / Target Group:
                                     Ward of Twenty-Eight (27km)               • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to   • Residents of Ward Twenty-Eight
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                   Total Cost: 15,000,000

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08        2008/09    2009/10      2010/11    2011/12
                                                                               R 3,000,000 R 6,000,000   R3,000,000    R -      R 3,000,000




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W28/P3


Project Name:                        Construction of an access road at         Targets / Target Group:
                                     Telkom Offices (500m) in Ward of          • 2011
                                     Twenty-Eight                              • Residents of Ward Twenty-Eight
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality




                                                                                    429
Location:                            Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                   Total Cost: 1,600,000

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09    2009/10       2010/11      2011/12
                                                                               R -          R -         R -           R -          R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W28/P3


Project Name:                        Construction of a Weigh Leaf in Ward      Targets / Target Group:
                                     of Twenty-Eight                           • 2011
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to   • Residents of Ward Twenty-Eight
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)                   Total Cost: 9,000,000

   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09     2009/10      2010/11      2011/12
                                                                               R -          R 3,000,000 R 3,000,000 R 3,000,000     R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W28/P3




                                                                                    430
Project Name:                        Provision of a dual carriageway for of    Targets / Target Group:
                                     Mafikeng - Vryburg, including a road      • 2011
                                     over rail bridge for Molopo Road          • Residents of Mafikeng, Vryburg & Molopo in Ward Twenty-Eight
                                     in Ward of Twenty-Eight
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Mafikeng, Vryburg & Molopo in Ward        Total Cost: 10,000,000
                                     Twenty-Eight (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09     2009/10        2010/11        2011/12
                                                                               R -          R 4,000,000 R 4,000,000   R 2,000,000       R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W28/P3


Project Name:                        Widening of Sekame road (including        Targets / Target Group:
                                     bridge) and to link with Bray road in     • 2011
                                     Ward of Twenty-Eight                      • Residents of Sekame & Bray in Ward Twenty-Eight
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Sekame & Bray in Ward Twenty-Eight        Total Cost: 10,000,000
                                     (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09     2009/10        2010/11        2011/12
                                                                               R -          R 4,000,000 R 4,000,000   R 2,000,000       R -




                                                                                    431
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W28/P3


Project Name:                        Linking 1st Avenue with Quigley road      Targets / Target Group:
                                     (past Protea Hotel).in Ward of Twenty-    • 2011
                                     Eight                                     • Residents of 1st Avenue& Quigley in Ward Twenty-Eight
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            1st Avenue& Quigley in Ward Twenty-       Total Cost: 10,000,000
                                     Eight (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09     2009/10        2010/11           2011/12
                                                                               R -          R 4,000,000 R 4,000,000   R 2,000,000          R -




Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                   Project No:MLM/W28/P3


Project Name:                        Upgrading of a road from Dada Motors      Targets / Target Group:
                                     to the entrance from Lichtenburg          • 2011
                                     (Nelson Mandela Drive) in Ward of         • Residents of Dada Motors & Nelson Mandela Drive in Ward Twenty-Eight
                                     Twenty-Eight
Project Objective:                   To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                     the residents in the Municipality
Location:                            Dada Motors & Nelson Mandela Drive        Total Cost: 10,000,000
                                     in Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                              Budget Allocation:
                                                                               2007/08      2008/09     2009/10        2010/11           2011/12
                                                                               R -          R 4,000,000 R 4,000,000   R 2,000,000          R -




                                                                                    432
Priority Issue: Upgrading of Roads & Bridges                                     Project No:MLM/W28/P3


Project Name:                          Extention of Zeerust link Road (P40-1)    Targets / Target Group:
                                       to join Albert Luthuli Drive, north of    • 2011
                                       Mmabatho Stadium in Ward of               • Residents of Zeerust road & Albert Lithuli Drive in Ward Twenty-Eight
                                       Twenty-Eight
Project Objective:                     To ensure the accessibility of roads to
                                       the residents in the Municipality
Location:                              Zeerust Road & Albert Lithuli Drive in    Total Cost: 10,000,000
                                       Ward Twenty-Eight (MLM)
   •   Possible Source of Funding                                                Budget Allocation:
                                                                                 2007/08      2008/09     2009/10         2010/11           2011/12
                                                                                 R -          R 4,000,000 R 4,000,000    R 2,000,000          R -




            4.3 RAMOTSHERE MOILOA AND SECTOR DEPARTMENT PROJECTS


            A. MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE GRANTS (MIG)

            Priority Issue:         Provision of Water Services                  Project No: RMLM/W13/P01
 Project Name:                         Welbedacht Bulk Water                     Targets / Target Group:
                                       Augmentation




                                                                                      433
Project Objective:                    • To ensure the accessibility of   •   2011
                                        adequate water to the            •   Ward 13 Residents
                                        people/residents of Ward 13
Location:                         Ward 13 (RMLM)                         Total Cost: R14 346 718-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                             Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
   •                                                                     2007/08        2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                         R14 346 718-00



            Priority Issue:    Roads Maintenance                         Project No: RMLM/W8/P01
Project Name:                     Braaklagte Bus Route                   Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   • To ensure the accessible and      • 2011
                                         safe road to the people         • Ward 8 Residents
                                         travelling on this route in
                                         Ward 8
Location:                         Ward Eight (8) RMLM                    Total Cost: R 397 773-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                             Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                         2007/08        2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                         R397 773-00



           Priority Issue: Network Upgrading                             Project No: RMLM/W16/P01
Project Name:                   Ikageleng Sewer Network Upgrade          Targets / Target Group:



                                                                              434
Project Objective:                     • To ensure a non-problematic    •   2011
                                         network to the residents of    •   Ward 16 Residents
                                         Ward 16
Location:                          Ward 16 (RMLM)                       Total Cost: R7000 000-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                            Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                        2007/08      2008/09        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                        R7000 000-00


            Priority Issue: Road Construction & Provision of Water      Project No: RMLM/W11/P01
Services
Project Name:                     Dinokana Ward 11 Roads &              Targets / Target Group:
                                  Stormwater                            • 2011
Project Objective:                   • To ensure safe roads to the      • Ward 11 Residents
                                         residents
                                     • To ensure accessible and
                                         clean water to the residents
                                         of Ward 11
Location:                         Dinokana Ward 11 (RMLM)               Total Cost: R9 123 912-54

Possible Sources of Funding:                                            Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                        2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                        R 9 123912-54


            Priority Issue: Upgrading the Multi Purpose Centre in Lobatla Project No: RMLM/W3/P01



                                                                             435
Project Name:                     Lobatla Multi Purpose Centre         Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   • To ensure that all residents    • 2011
                                         of Lobatla in Ward 3 are      • Ward 3 Residents
                                         accommodated
                                     • To ensure that residents have
                                         access to the centre
Location:                         Ward 3 (RMLM)                        Total Cost: R6 849 452-99

Possible Sources of Funding:                                           Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                       2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                       R6 849 452-99



            Priority Issue: Upgrading the main roads in ward 10        Project No: RMLM/W10/P01
Project Name:                     Go-Kgang Upgrading of main roads     Targets / Target Group:
                                  Phase 2                              • 2011
Project Objective:                   • To ensure that all main roads   • Ward 10 Residents
                                         in ward 10 are safe
Location:                         Ward 10 (RMLM)                       Total Cost: R2 541 465-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                           Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                       2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                       R2 541 465-00


            Priority Issue: Provision of Water Services                Project No: RMLM/W9/P01



                                                                           436
Project Name:                       Puana Water Supply                      Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                     • To ensure the accessibility of     • 2011
                                          adequate water to the people      • Ward 9 Residents
                                          residing in Ward 9
                                       • To ensure a supply of clean
                                          water to the residents of
                                          Ward 9
Location:                           Ward 9 (RMLM)                           Total Cost: R3 594 280-39

Possible Sources of Funding:                                                Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                            2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                            R3 594 280-39


            Priority Issue: Provision of Water Service                      Project No: RMLM/W6/P01
Project Name:                      Gopane Water Reticulation                Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    • To ensure the availability of       • 2011
                                          clean water to all residents of   • Ward 6 Residents
                                          Ward 6
                                      • To ensure access to clean
                                          and safe water to the people
Location:                          Ward 6 (RMLM)                            Total Cost: R1 197 548-33

Possible Sources of Funding:                                                Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                            2007/08       2008/09 2009/10         2010/11   2011/12
                                                                            R1 197 548-33
             Priority Issue: Water Supply in Borakalalo                     Project No: RMLM/W4/P04



                                                                                437
Project Name:                      Borakalalo Water Supply               Targets / Target Group:
                                   (Feasibility Study)                   • 2011
Project Objective:                    • To check if all residents of     • Ward 4 Residents
                                          Ward 4 have access to water
Location:                          Ward 4 (RMLM)                         Total Cost: R364 886-21

Possible Sources of Funding:                                             Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                         2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                         R364 886-21


            Priority Issue: The rehabilitation of gravel roads           Project No: RMLM/W15/P01
Project Name:                     Rehabilitation of existing gravel      Targets / Target Group:
                                  roads                                  • 2011
Project Objective:                    • To ensue that all existing       • Ward 15 Residents
                                           gravel roads in Ward 15 are
                                           safe
Location:                         Ward 15 (RMLM)                         Total Cost: R9 833 706-07

Possible Sources of Funding:                                             Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                         2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                         R9 833 706-07




                                                                             438
            Priority Issue: Sewer Network in Ward 13 & 15               Project No: RMLM/W13&15/P02
Project Name:                     Zeerust & Welbedacht Sewer            Targets / Target Group:
                                  Network                               • 2011
Project Objective:                   • To ensure a non-problematic      • Ward 13 & 15 Residents
                                         network to all residents of
                                         Ward13 & 15
Location:                         Ward 13 & 15 (RMLM)                   Total Cost: R6 029 865-34

Possible Sources of Funding:                                            Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                        2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                        R6 029 865-34


            Priority Issue: Provision of Water Services                 Project No: RMLM/W5&6/P02
Project Name:                      Gopane Motswedi Water Supply         Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    • To ensure a basic water         • 2011
                                          supply to everyone residing   • Ward 5 & 6 Residents
                                          in ward 5 or 6
Location:                          Ward 5 & 6 (RMLM)                    Total Cost: R4 100 000-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                            Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                        2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                        R1 100 000-00




                                                                            439
            Priority Issue: Safe Roads                                  Project No: RMLM/W16/P02
Project Name:                     Old Ramosa Road Upgrading             Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                   • To ensure that the Old           • 2011
                                        Ramosa Road is safe and         • Ward 16 Residents
                                        free of potholes
Location:                         Ward 16 (RMLM)                        Total Cost: R3 793 825-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                            Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                        2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                        R3 793 825-00



            Priority Issue: Safe Gravel Roads                           Project No: RMLM/W4/P02
Project Name:                     Mantsie Internal Roads Regravelling   Targets / Target Group:
Project Objective:                    • To ensure that gravel roads     • 2011
                                         are safe                       • Ward 4 Residents
Location:                         Mantsie - Ward 4 (RMLM)               Total Cost: R393 825-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                            Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                        2007/08      2008/09        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                        R3393 825-00




                                                                            440
            Priority Issue: Road Safety                                   Project No: RMLM/W4/P03
Project Name:                     Borakalalo Internal Roads               Targets / Target Group:
                                  Regravelling                            • 2011
Project Objective:                    • To ensure that all gravel         • Ward 4 Residents
                                        roads within Borakalalo are
                                        safe
Location:                         Ward 4 (RMLM)                           Total Cost: R3 793 825-00

Possible Sources of Funding:                                              Budget Allocation:
   • MIG
                                                                          2007/08       2008/09       2009/10   2010/11   2011/12
                                                                          R3 793 825-00



          B. INTERNAL BUDGET – RMLM


Priority issue: Provision of water services                             Project no: RMLM/P01
Project name:                   Water                                   Target/target group
Project objective                   • To ensure that all residents of      • 2011
                                        RMLM have access to basic          • RMLM
                                        water                              • Residents of RMLM
Location:                       Ramotshere Moilwa Local                 Total cost: R9 907 010-00
                                 Municipality




                                                                              441
Possible Sources of Funding                                           Budget Allocation:

   •   RMLM                                                           2006/07               2007/08        2008/09
                                                                                           R9 907 010-00

               Priority issue: Safe Roads                             Project no: RMLM/P02
         Project name:          Roads Maintenance                     Target/target group
         Project objective        • To ensure that all roads within      • 2011
                                     the municipality are safe and       • RMLM
                                     free from potholes                  • Residents of RMLM
         Location:             RMLM                                   Total cost: R4 479 828-00
         Possible Sources of Funding
                                                                      Budget Allocation:
            •   RMLM
                                                                      2006/07            2007/08           2008/09
                                                                                       R4 479 828-00



         Priority issue: Reduction of Poverty                         Project no: RMLM/P03
         Project name:            Poverty Relief Funds                Target/target group
         Project objective          • To ensure the sustainable          • 2011
                                       reduction of poverty              • Residents of RMLM
         Location:              RMLM                                  Total cost: R110 000-00
         Possible Sources of Funding
                                                                      Budget Allocation:
            •   RMLM
                                                                      2006/07            2007/08           2008/09
                                                                                      R110 000-00



                                                                             442
Priority issue: Reduction of HIV/AIDS                          Project no: RMLM/P04
Project name:           HIV/AIDS Project                       Target/target group
Project objective          • To ensure the successful             • 2011
                              reduction of the epidemic           • Residents of RMLM
Location:              RMLM                                    Total cost: R200 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                               Budget Allocation:
   •   RMLM
                                                               2006/07               2007/08      2008/09
                                                                                    R200 000-00


Priority issue: Sustainable development                        Project no: RMLM/P05
Project name:          Special Projects                        Target/Target group
Project objective        • These projects intents to
                             ensure a successful sustainable      •   2011
                             development in the                   •   RMLM Residents
                             municipality
Location:              RMLM                                    Total cost: R300 000-00




                                                                      443
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                             Budget Allocation:
   •   RMLM
                                                             2006/07            2007/08     2008/09
                                                                              R300 000-00




Priority issue: Participation of residents                   Project no: RMLM/P06
Project name:          Community Participation Project       Target/Target group
                          • To ensure the participation of
Project                       the residents of RMLM             •   2011
objective                                                       •   RMLM Residents

Location:            RMLM                                    Total cost: R510 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                             Budget Allocation:
   •   RMLM
                                                             2006/07            2007/08     2008/09
                                                                              R510 000-00



Priority issue: Development of the local economy             Project no: RMLM/P07
Project name:          Local Economic Development            Target/Target group
                       Project



                                                                    444
Project objective         •To ensure the successful             •   2011
                           development of the                   •   RMLM
                           Municiplity
Location:               RMLM                                 Total cost: R315 000-00

Possible Sources of Funding                                  Budget Allocation:

                                                             2006/07             2007/08    2008/09
   •   RMLM                                                                   R315 000-00




Priority issue: To renovate the Municipal Offices            Project no: RMLM/P08
Project name:           Renovation of Municipal Offices      Target/Target group
Project objective          • To ensure the smooth
                               running of the municipality      •   2011
                           • To ensure that the offices of      •   RMLM Residents
                               the municipal are clean and
                               accommodative
Location:               RMLM                                 Total cost: R6 000 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                             Budget Allocation:
   •   RMLM                                                   2007/08          2008/09
                                                              R6 000 000-00



C. ESKOM - ELECTRFICATION PROJECTS



                                                                    445
Priority issue: Provision of electricity                     Project no: RMLM/W1/P01
Project name:           Mmasebudule Village                  Target/Target group
                        Electrification Project
Project objective          • To ensure that all residents       •   2011
                                of Mmasebudule have access      •   Mmasebudule Residents
                                to electricity
Location:               Mmasebudule                          Total cost: R5 960 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                             Budget Allocation:
   •   ESKOM
                                                             2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                               R5 960 000-00


Priority issue: Electrical Problem                            Project no: RMLM/W9/P02
Project name:            Kgalagatsana Electrification Project Target/Target group
Project objective           • To ensure safety of the
                                residents                        • 2011
                            • To ensure that all residents       • Kgalagatsana Villagers
                                have access to light
Location:               Kgalagatsana – Ward 9                 Total cost: R595 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                              Budget Allocation:
   • ESKOM
                                                              2006/07              2007/08     2008/09
                                                                                 R595 000-00




                                                                    446
Priority issue: Motswedi Electric Problem                    Project no: RMLM/W5/P01
Project name:          Motswedi Extension Electrification    Target/Target group
                       Project
Project objective         • To ensure that all residents        •   2011
                              of Motswedi have access to        •   Motswedi Extension
                              electricity and the usage of      •   Ward 5
                              electric appliances
Location:             Motswedi Extension – Ward 5            Total cost: R375 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                             Budget Allocation:
   •   ESKOM
                                                             2006/07             2007/08           2008/09
                                                                               R375 000-00



Priority issue: Lack of electricity                          Project no: RMLM/W17/P01
Project name:           Groot Marico/Reboile Phase 2         Target/Target group
                        Project
Project objective          • To ensure that residents of        •   2011
                                Reboile Phase 2 in Ward 17      •   Groot Marico/Reboile Phase 2
                                have access to electricity
Location:              Groot Marico – Ward 17                Total cost: R1 053 587
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                             Budget Allocation:
   •   ESKOM
                                                             2006/07             2007/08           2008/09
                                                                               R1 053 587




                                                                    447
Priority issue: Electrical Problems in Schools              Project no: RMLM/W1/P02
Project name:            Mmasebudule Primary School         Target/Target group
Project objective           • To ensure the quality of
                                education in Mmasebudule       •   2011
                                Primary                        •   Learners, Educators and SGB’s
                            • To ensure that electric
                                appliances can be used
Location:               Mmasebudule – Ward 1                Total cost: R102 867-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   ESKOM
                                                            2006/07             2007/08            2008/09
                                                                              R102 867-00



Priority issue: Electrical Problem in Tlhabane Tiro         Project no: RMLM/W1/P03
                 Middle
Project name:            Tlhabane Tiro Middle School        Target/Target group
Project objective           • To ensure quality education
                                in school                      •   2011
                            • To ensure that electric          •   Ward 1 Learners
                                appliances can be used in
                                this school
Location:               Ward 1 – RMLM                       Total cost: R102 876-00




                                                                   448
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   ESKOM
                                                            2006/07             2007/08     2008/09
                                                                              R102 867-00


Priority issue: Connection of electricity in Sekalengwe     Project no: RMLM/W1/P04
                High School
Project name:           Sekalengwe High School              Target/Target group
Project objective         • To ensure the quality
                               education in Sekalengwe         • 2011
                               High School                     • Ward 1 (RMLM)
Location:             Ward 1 – RMLM                         Total cost: R48 412-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                            Budget Allocation:
   •   ESKOM
                                                            2006/07             2007/08     2008/09
                                                                              R48 412-00


Priority issue: Connection of Electricity in Mmasebudule    Project no: RMLM/W1/P05
                Clinic
Project name:           Mmasebudule Clinic                  Target/Target group
Project objective         • To ensure the quality health
                              care                             •   2011
                          • To ensure that the clinic can      •   Mmasebudule Residents
                              operate 24 hours
Location:              Mmasebudule – Ward 1                 Total cost: R1 008 186-00



                                                                   449
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                               Budget Allocation:
   •   ESKOM
                                                               2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                                 R1 008 186-00

D. DEPT OF LAND AFFAIRS


Priority issue: Provision of job opportunities                 Project no: RMLM/W16/P03
Project name:           Roisloot Farm – LRAD                   Target/Target group
Project objective          • To ensure employment
                               opportunities in the Rooislot      • 2011
                               farm                               • Residents of Ward 16
Location:               Ward 16 – RMLM                         Total cost: R500 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                               Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Land Affairs
                                                               2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                                 R500 000-00


Priority issue: Reduction of poverty                           Project no: RMLM/W15/P03
Project name:          Kruisrivier – Settlement Project        Target/Target group
Project objective        • To reduce high employment
                             rate in Ward 15                      •   2011
                         • To ensure that poverty is              •   Ward 15 Residents
                             reduced in Kruisrivier -
                             Settlement



                                                                      450
Location:             Ward 15 – RMLM                       Total cost: R2 600 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Land Affairs
                                                           2006/07             2007/08      2008/09
                                                                           R2 600 000-00


Priority issue: Reduction of poverty                       Project no: RMLM/W8/P02
Project name:          Kaditshwe –Tenure Project           Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure that residents of
                             Ward 8 are employed              •   2011
                         • To ensure the successful           •   Ward 8 Residents
                             development of the ward and
                             the municipality at large
Location:            Ward 8 – Kaditshwene – Tunure         Total cost: R5 025 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept f Land Affairs
                                                           2006/07            2007/08       2008/09
                                                                            R5 025 000-00



Priority issue: Increase job opportunities in Ward 17      Project no: RMLM/W17/P02
Project name:          Reaoboka Project                    Target/Target group




                                                                  451
Project objective       •  To ensure that equal
                           employment opportunities are       •   2011
                           provided to residents of Ward      •   Ward 17 Residents
                           17
Location:            Ward 17 – RMLM                        Total cost: R128 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                           Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Land Affairs
                                                           2006/07             2007/08      2008/09
                                                                            R128 000-00


Priority issue: Job creation in Willowpark                  Project no: RMLM/W13/P03
Project name:          Willowpark Project                   Target/Target group
Project objective         • To use land as a component of
                              reducing unemployment rate in    • 2011
                              Willowpark – Ward 13             • Willowpark Residents
Location:             Willowpark - RMLM                     Total cost: R443 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                            Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Land Affairs
                                                            2006/07              2007/08    2008/09
                                                                              R443 000-00




Priority issue: Land as a component of d          Project no: RMLM/W17/P03
                development



                                                                  452
Project name:          Skuinsdrift Open Area       Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure the
                            importance of land        •   2011
                            in developing the         •   Ward 17 Residents
                            Municipality
                         • To reduce poverty
Location:             Ward 17 - RMLM               Total cost: R319 708-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                   Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Land Affairs
                                                   2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                    R319 708-00



Priority issue: Job creation                       Project no: RMLM/W17/P04
Project name:          Moselapetlwa Project        Target/Target group
Project objective         • To ensure that good
                             land management can      •   2011
                             lead to sustainable      •   Moselapetlwa Residents
                             development
Location:             Moselapetlwa - RMLM          Total cost: R2 114 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                   Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Land Affairs
                                                   2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                     R2 114 000-00




                                                                  453
Priority issue: Job Creation                     Project no: RMLM/W16/P04
Project name:        Ikageleng Trust Project     Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure the
                             reduction of           •   2011
                             unemployment in        •   Ward 16 Residents
                             Ikageleng
Location:            Ikageleng (Ward 16)         Total cost: R597 500-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                 Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Land Affairs
                                                 2006/07            2007/08       2008/09
                                                                 R597 500-00



Priority issue: Job Creation                      Project no: RMLM/W17/P05
Project name:          Grey Cat Project           Target/Target group
Project objective        • To reduce
                             unemployment rate in    • 2011
                             Ward 17                 • Ward 17 Residents
Location:            Ward 17 - RMLM               Total cost: R568 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Land Affairs
                                                  2006/07              2007/08    2008/09
                                                                    R568 000-00




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E. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Priority issue: Poverty Reduction                    Project no: RMLM/W16/P05
Project name:         Baitiredi Vegetables Project   Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure successful
                             poverty reduction in       •   2011
                             Ward 16                    •   Ward 16 Residents

Location:            Ward 16 - RMLM                  Total cost: R500 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Agriculture
                                                     2006/07             2007/08     2008/09
                                                                       R500 000-00



Priority issue: Poverty Reduction                 Project no: RMLM/W13/P04
Project name:         Willowpark Project          Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure distribution
                            of health food within    • 2011
                            and outside the ward     • Ward 13 Residents
                            (13)                     • RMLM
Location:             Ward 13 - RMLM              Total cost: R1 037 093-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Agriculture
                                                  2006/07              2007/08       2008/09
                                                                     R1 037 093-00



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Priority issue: Land fertility                      Project no: RMLM/W5/P03
Project name:      Mmutshweu Land Care Project Target/Target group
Project                • To ensure the
objective                    production of good and    • 2011
                             fresh plants              • Ward 5 Residents
                       • To ensure access to
                             healthy food by the
                             residents
Location:          Ward 5 - RMLM                    Total cost: R3 000 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                    Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Agriculture
                                                    2006/07              2007/08       2008/09
                                                                       R3 000 000-00


Priority issue: Poverty Reduction                  Project no: RMLM/W3/P02
Project name:         Letsema La Mantsha Tlala     Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure a
                            successful reduction      • 2011
                            of poverty in Ward 3      • Ward 3 Residents
Location:            Ward 3 - RMLM                 Total cost: R362 777-42




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Possible Sources of Funding
                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Agriculture
                                                    2006/07            2007/08       2008/09
                                                                     R362 777-42


Priority issue: Job Creation & Poverty Reduction    Project no: RMLM/W17/P06
Project name:         Quite Living Farm Project     Target/Target group
Project objective        • Creation of job
                             opportunities             •   2011
                         • To ensure a                 •   Ward 17 Residents
                             successful reduction
                             of poverty in Ward
                             17
Location:            Ward 17 - RMLM                 Total cost: R1 196 845-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Agriculture
                                                    2006/07            2007/08       2008/09
                                                                     R1 196 845-00



Priority issue: Poverty Reduction                   Project no: RMLM/W17/P07
Project name:         Central High Trading          Target/Target group




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Project objective         •To create jobs in
                           ward 17                      •   2011
                       • To ensure a                    •   Ward 17 Residents
                           successful reduction
                           of poverty in Ward 3
Location:            Ward 17 - RMLM                  Total cost: R778 705-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Agriculture
                                                     2006/07             2007/08           2008/09
                                                                       R778 705-00


F. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Priority issue: Provision of quality education       Project no: RMLM/W15/P04
Project name:         Henryville Primary School      Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure the
                              provision of quality      •   2011
                              education in              •   Ward 15 Learners, Teachers and Residents
                              Henryville Primary
Location:             Ward 15 - RMLM                 Total cost: R9 051 017-07
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Education
                                                     2006/07             2007/08           2008/09
                                                     R5 000 000-00     R4 051 017-00




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Priority issue: Provision of quality education       Project no: RMLM/P09
Project name:         Renovation of Manogela         Target/Target group
                      Primary School
Project objective        • To ensure the safety         •   2011
                              of learners and           •   Learners, Teachers and Residents in RMLM
                              provision of quality
                              education
Location:             RMLM                           Total cost: R7 500 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Education
                                                     2006/07             2007/08          2008/09
                                                                      R7 500 000-00


Priority issue: Health protection at schools         Project no: RMLM/P10
Project name:         Sanitation at Schools          Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure healthy
                             environment to             •   2011
                             learners, educators        •   Central Region Schools
                             and neighboring            •   Neighboring Residents
                             residents
Location:             Central Region - RMLM          Total cost: R6 000 000-00

                                                     Budget Allocation:

                                                     2006/07             2007/08          2008/09
                                                                      R6 000 000-00



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Possible Sources of Funding


   •   Dept of Education


Priority issue: Provision of water services           Project no: RMLM/P11
Project name:         Provision of water at           Target/Target group
                      Regopoleng Primary
                      School                             •   2011
Project objective        • To ensure a supply of         •   Schools in the Central Region
                             clean water to the
                             schools in the Central
                             Regions
Location:             Central Region - RMLM           Total cost: R1 000 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                      Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Education
                                                      2006/07               2007/08          2008/09
                                                                           R1 000 000-00




Priority issue: Safety first                          Project no: RMLM/P12
Project name:         Fencing at Reaname Middle       Target/Target group
                      And Motsaalore Secondary
                      Schools




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Project objective         • To ensure the                 •   2011
                            protection of school          •   Schools in the Central Region
                            facilities
                        • To ensure the safety
                            of learners
Location:            Central Region - RMLM             Total cost: R1 000 000-00
Possible Sources of Funding
                                                       Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Education
                                                       2006/07               2007/08          2008/09
                                                                            R1 000 000-00

G. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

This department acts as a Project Management Department Because it implements projects identified by different sectors when private
contractors are not employed.




H. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH



Priority issue: Provision of quality health services   Project no: RMLM/W15/P05
Project name:         Renovation – Zeerust             Target/Target group
                      Hospital




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Project objective         •To ensure the quality          • 2011
                           of health services in          • Zeerust
                           Zeerust                        • RMLM
Location:           Zeerust - RMLM                     Total cost: R8 000 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                       Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Health
                                                       2006/07               2007/08        2008/09
                                                       R4 000 000-00        R4 000 000-00



Priority issue: Provision of quality health services   Project no: RMLM/W13/P05
Project name:         Renovation – Lehurutshe          Target/Target group
                        Hospital                          • 2011
Project objective        • To ensure the quality          • Lehurutshe Residents
                              of health services in       • RMLM
                              Lehurutshe
Location:              Lehurutshe - RMLM               Total cost: R3 000 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                       Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Health
                                                       2006/07               2007/08        2008/09
                                                       R1 500 000-00        R1 500 000-00


Priority issue: Improvement of Health Services         Project no: RMLM/W1/P06
Project name:         Painting & laying of tiles at    Target/Target group
                       Mmasebudule Clinic



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Project objective        •To ensure that the         • 2011
                          condition of the clinic    • Mmasebudule Resident
                          accommodates all
                          patients
                        • To ensure the quality
                          heath service
Location:           Mmasebudule                   Total cost: R67 500-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Health
                                                  2006/07              2007/08         2008/09
                                                                    R67 500-00




Priority issue: Safety of Nurses Home                Project no: RMLM/W3/P03
Project name:         Renovations of the Rietpan     Target/Target group
                      and Nurses home
Project objective         • To ensure the               •   2011
                             availability of nurse      •   Nurses
                             at all times
Location:             Rietpan- Ward 3 (RMLM)         Total cost: R65 000-00

   Possible Sources of Funing                        Budget Allocation:

   •   Dept of Health                                2006/07            2007/08        2008/09
                                                                      R65 000 000-00




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Priority issue: Renewal of the Clinic                Project no: RMLM/W3/P04
Project name:        Laying of tiles and painting    Target/Target group
                    of the Lobatla Clinic
Project objective       • To ensure that the            • 2011
                             condition of the clinic    • Lobatla Residents
                             is accommodative to
                             all patients
Location:            Lobatla – Ward 3 (RMLM)         Total cost: R17 250-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                     Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Health
                                                     2006/07              2007/08    2008/09
                                                                        R17 250-00



   I.     DEPARTENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT


Priority issue: Clean Gardens                      Project no: RMLM/W12&13/P06
Project name:        Lerato Garden Maintenance     Target/Target group
                      Project
Project objective        • To ensure the clean        • 2011
                            environment               • Ward 12 & 13
Location:             Ward 12 & 13                 Total cost: R1 800 000-00




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   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                    Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                    2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                    R800 000-00      R 800 000-00


Priority issue: Clean Environment                   Project no: RMLM/W2/P01
Project name:         Moshana Drop In Centre        Target/Target group
Project objective       • Create job for young
                            people                     • 2011
                                                       • Moshana Residents (Ward 2)
Location:            Moshana – Ward 2               Total cost: R900 000-00

   Possible Sources of Funding                      Budget Allocation:

   •   Dept of Social Development                   2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                     R900 000-00


Priority issue: Clean Environment                   Project no: RMLM/W16/P06
Project name:          Ikageleng Tshwaraganang      Target/Target group
                      Ka Diatla Project
Project objective        • To ensure sustainable       •   2011
                             clean environment in      •   Ikageleng Residents
                             Ikageleng Ward 16
Location:             Ikageleng Ward 16 -           Total cost: R155 088-00




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   Possible Sources of Funding
   • Dept of Social Development                   Budget Allocation:

                                                  2006/07            2007/08     2008/09
                                                                  R155 088-00



Priority issue: To help needy people              Project no: RMLM/W17/P08
Project name:        Mogopa Home Based Care       Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure a
                            sustainable healthy      •   2011
                            lives of Ward 17         •   Ward 17 Residents
                            residents
Location:             Ward 17                     Total cost: R500 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                  Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                  2006/07            2007/08     2008/09
                                                                   R500 000-00




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Priority issue: Community empowerment           Project no: RMLM/W17/P09
Project name:       Groot Marico Community      Target/Target group
                     Empowerment Project
Project objective       • To empower               • 2011
                           community members       • Community members (Ward 17)
Location:            Groot Marico – Ward 17     Total cost: R80 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                2006/07               2007/08      2008/09
                                                                     R80 000-00



Priority issue: Community involvement           Project no: RMLM/W6/P03
Project name:       Give a Hand and Hope        Target/Target group
                    Project
Project objective       • To ensure                •   2011
                            participation of       •   Ward 6 Residents
                            community members
Location:           Ward 6 - RMLM               Total cost: R500 800-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                2006/07             2007/08        2008/09
                                                                 R500 800-00


Priority issue: Help people                     Project no: RMLM/W9/P02



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Project name:        Agang Home Based Care         Target/Target group
Project objective      • To ensure the
                          protection of orphans       • 2011
                                                      • Ward 9
Location:           Ward 9 - RMLM                  Total cost: R500 800-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                   Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                   2006/07             2007/08     2008/09
                                                                     R500 800-00


Priority issue: Help needy people                  Project no: RMLM/W11/02
Project name:        Beleganang HBC                Target/Target group
Project objective        • To ensure that people
                            have access to basic      • 2011
                            needs                     • Ward 11 Residents
Location:             Ward 11 - RMLM               Total cost: R500 800-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                   Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                   2006/07             2007/08     2008/09
                                                                     R500 800-00


Priority issue: Protection of elders               Project no: RMLM/W15/P06
Project name:          Zeerust Old Aged Home       Target/Target group




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Project objective         •To take care of the
                           old people in Zeerust         • 2011
                           area                          • Old People
Location:           Zeerust Ward 15                   Total cost: R726 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                      Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                      2006/07             2007/08     2008/09
                                                                        R726 000-00


Priority issue: Protection of women rights            Project no: RMLM/W15/P07
Project name:         Suid Afrikaanse Vroue           Target/Target group
                       Federasie
Project objective         • To ensure that the           •   2011
                              rights of women are        •   Women
                              protected rather than      •   Ward 15
                              violated
Location:             Ward 15                         Total cost: R92 563-78
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                      Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Social Development
                                                      2006/07             2007/08     2008/09
                                                                       R92 563-78


Priority issue: Social Development                    Project no: RMLM/W15/P08
Project name:         N.G.Welsyn                      Target/Target group




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Project objective         •
                          To ensure that all
                          people respect others’    • 2011
                          rights                    • Ward 15 Residents
Location:             Ward 15 - RMLM             Total cost: R72 147-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                 Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Social Development
                                                 2006/07              2007/08         2008/09
                                                                    R72 147-00



J. DEPARTMENT OF ART, CULTURE AND SPORTS


Priority issue: Upgrading the sports facilities       Project no: RMLM/W8/P03
Project name:        Braaklaagte Stadium              Target/Target group
Project objective       • To encourage youth
                            participation in             • 2011
                            sports, art and culture      • Braaklaagte Residents
Location:            Braaklaagte – Ward 8             Total cost: R1 000 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                      Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Art, Culture and Sports
                                                      2006/07               2007/08   2008/09
                                                      R1 000 000-00


Priority issue: Provision of better services to the   Project no: RMLM/W10/P02




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                people
Project name:        Upgrading of Dinokana            Target/Target group
                     Stadium
Project objective        • To attract community          •   2011
                            participation in sport,      •   Dinokana Residents
                            art and culture
Location:            Dinokana                         Total cost: R900 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                      Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Art, Culture and Sports
                                                      2006/07               2007/08      2008/09
                                                                           R900 000-00


Priority issue: Upgrading the Stadium             Project no: RMLM/W13/P07
Project name:        Renovation to the Lehurutshe Target/Target group
                     Stadium
Project objective        • To encourage              • 2011
                            community                • Lehurutshe Residents
                            participation
Location:            Lehurutshe – Ward 13         Total cost: R80 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                  Budget Allocation:
   • Dept of Art, Culture and Sports
                                                  2006/07              2007/08           2008/09
                                                                     R80 000-00


Priority issue: Upgrading the Community Hall          Project no: RMLM/W17/P10



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Project name:       Groot Marico Community           Target/Target group
                    Hall
Project objective       • To ensure the                 •   2011
                           accommodation of all         •   Groot Marico
                           community members
Location:           Groot Marico – Ward 17           Total cost: R400 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Art, Culture and Sports
                                                     2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                       R400 000-00


Priority issue: Better Facilities                    Project no: RMLM/W16/P07
Project name:         Renovation to the Ikagaleng    Target/Target group
                      Stadium
Project objective         • To encourage youth          •   2011
                               participation in         •   Ikageleng Residents
                               Ikageleng – Ward 16
Location:             Ikageleng – Ward 16            Total cost: R1 000 000-00
   Possible Sources of Funding
                                                     Budget Allocation:
   •   Dept of Art, Culture and Sports
                                                     2006/07             2007/08       2008/09
                                                                       R1 000 000-00




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           4.4 RATLOU AND SECTOR ALIGNED PROJECTS


Priority Issue: Provision of electricity                                      Project No: 3:1
Project Name:                    Upgrading electricity network                Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:               To upgrade the electricity network so that      • 2011
                                 every home has access to electricity


Outputs:                         Indicators:                                  Location:
  • Bulk electrical supply          • Number of upgraded bulk electrical      Ratlou Local Municipality
      upgraded                          supply
  • Electricity network             • Number of extension of electricity to
      extended                          all houses provided
  • Electricity to all houses       • Payment system in place
      provided
  • Payment system
      implemented

Major Activities:                Responsible         Possible Funding         Time Frame & Costs:
  • Upgrade bulk electrical      Agencies:           Agencies:                2007/8        2008/9          2009/10     2010/11    2011/12
      supply                        • ESKOM             • ESKOM               R1.000.000.00 R1.100.00.00    R1.200.00   R1.300.0   R1.400.
  • Extend electricity              • RLM               • RLM                 Diolwane 26   RDP’s           0.00        00.00      00.00
      network into new areas        • CDM               • CDM                 Setlagole 600 Setlagole       RDP’s
  • Provide electricity to                                                    Sefatlhane    Makgobistaadt   Madibogo
      all houses                                                              Maipeng       Disaneng        Logageng
  • Implement payment                                                         Ga-Rasekwale
      system                                                                  (Ward 6)




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Priority Issue: Provision of water supply                                   Project No: 3:1
Project Name:                 Upgrade water supply system                   Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:            To upgrade water supply, storage and             • 2011
                              reticulation to meet at least the minimum
                              requirements of the RDP for water provision

Outputs:                   Indicators:                                      Location:
  • Level of service          • Sufficient water supply source in place     Ratlou Local Municipality
      determined              • Sufficient water storage available
  • Sufficient water          • A functioning water distribution system
      supply sourced          • Efficient Payment system in place
  • Sufficient storage        • Efficient water management system in
      ensured                     place
  • Efficient water
      distribution ensured
  • Payment system
      implemented
Major Activities:          Responsible         Possible Funding             Time Frame & Costs:
  • Determine level of     Agencies:           Agencies:                    2007/8    2008/9            2009/10          2010/11    2011/12
      service                 • DWAF               • DWAF                   Setlagole R2.200.000.0      R2.400.000.00    R2.600.00 R2.800.0
  • Source sufficient         • RLM                • RLM                    R2m       0                 Tshidilamolomo   0.00       00.00
      storage                 • CDM                • CDM                              Makgobistadt      Moshawane        mareetsane
  • Ensure efficient          • NW Water           • NW Water Board                   Matloding         Mathateng
      distribution                Board                                               Makgori
  • Implement payment
      system
  • Management of water
      system




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Priority Issue: Provision of roads                                                   Project No: 3:3
Project Name:                  Repairing of existing roads                           Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:             To repair existing roads to original condition and       • 2011
                               to provide functional and maintainable roads


Outputs:                       Indicators:                                           Location:
  • Roads in need of              • Identified Number of roads for repair            Ratlou Local Municipality
      repair identified           • Number of Roads repaired
  • Types of repair work          • Number of inspections
      specified
  • Roads regularly
      maintained and
      repaired
  • Regular inspections
      conducted
Major Activities:              Responsible              Possible Funding             Time Frame & Costs:
  • Identify areas in need     Agencies:                Agencies:                    2007/8         2008/9          2009/10     2010/11    2011/12
      of repair                   • NWPD Roads             • NWPD Roads              R1.000.000.0 R1.100.000.00     R1.200.00   R1.300.0   R1.400.
  • Sel/type of repair            • Rlm                    • Rlm                     0              Matloding       0.00        00.00      000.00
  • Regular road                  • Cdm                    • Cdm                     Mareetsane     Bridge
      inspection                  • Local                  • Local                   bridge repairs Logagane
  • Regular Maintenance              Communities               Communities           Madibogo-      Bridge
      and repair                  • Private                • Private sectors         Pan Bridge     Sasane Bridge
                                     sectors                                         Setlhwatlhwe
                                                                                     Bridge




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Priority Issue: Provision of roads                                                Project No: 3:3
Project Name:                  Construction of new roads                          Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:             To construct new roads where no roads exist and       • 2011
                               a need is present
Outputs:                       Indicators:                                        Location:
   • Areas in need of new          • Number of roads in need of repair            Ratlou Local Municipality
       roads identified            • Number of new roads constructed
   • Funds secured                 • Number of inspections
   • New roads
       constructed
   • Regular inspections
       conducted
   • Routine maintenance
       conducted
Major Activities:              Responsible Agencies: Possible Funding             Time Frame & Costs:
   • Establish need for            • NWPD Roads         Agencies:                 2007/8         2008/9       2009/10       2010/11        2011/12
       road                        • RLM                   • NWPD Roads           R1.000.000.00  R1.100.      R1.200.000.   R1.300.000.0   R1.400.
   • Soliciting funds for          • CDM                   • RLM                  Madibogo       000.00       00            0              000.00
       new roads                   • Local                 • CDM                  Kraaipan                    Mareetsane    Lokaleng
   • Specialist road design            Communities         • Local                Mareetsane                  Internal      Ramokoto
   • Regular inspections           • Private Sectors           Communities        Link road D414                            Setlhwatlhwe
   • Routine maintenance                                   • Private Sectors      Disaneng Dam                              Link roads




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Priority Issue: Provision of Lighting                                    Project No: 3:3
Project Name:                  Overhead lighting                         Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:             To provide overhead lighting to improve      • 2011
                               safety and aid movement around
                               villages/settlements at night

Outputs:                    Indicators:                                  Location:
  • Situation analysis         • Situation analysis document             Ratlou Local Municipality
      conducted                • Number of street lighting
  • Street lighting            • Finance for electricity consumption
      planned and designed     • Number of high mast lights
  • Finance for electricity
      consumption
      identified
  • High mast lights
      installed
Major Activities:           Responsible           Possible Funding       Time Frame & Costs:
  • Situation analysis      Agencies:             Agencies:              2007/8 2008/9           2009/10         2010/11        2011/12
  • Plan and design            • NWPD Roads            • NWPD Roads             R1.000.000.0     R1.100.000.00   R1.200.000.0   R1.300.000.00
      lighting                 • RLM                   • RLM                    0                Disaneng        0              Mareetsane
  • Source finance for         • CDM                   • CDM                    Madibogo         Tshidilamolom   Kraaipan       Madibogo-Pan
      electricity              • Local                 • Local                  (ph1)            o               Mokgobistadt
      consumption                  Communities            Communities           Logageng
  • Install high mast          • Private               • Private
      lights                       Sectors                Sectors




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Priority Issue: Provision of roads                                           Project No: 3:3
Project Name:                Footbridges                                     Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:           To provide footbridges over rive beds where        • 2011
                             access is restricted during rainy season
Outputs:                     Indicators:                                     Location:
   • Areas in need of           • A list of areas in need of footbridges     Ratlou Local Municipality
       foot bridge              • Amount of funds available for
       identified                    footbridges
   • Footbridges                • Number of footbridges constructed
       planned and
       designed
   • Finance for
       footbridge
       identified
   • Footbridges
       constructed
Major Activities:            Responsible               Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
   • Identify areas in       Agencies:                 Agencies:             2007/8       2008/9          2009/10        2010/11    2011/12
       need of footbridge       • NWPD Roads               • NWPD Roads      R1.000.000.0 R1.100.000.00   R1.200.000.0   R1.300.0   R1.400.000
   • Plan and design            • RLM                      • RLM             0            Ga-Tulo         0              00.00      .00
       footbridge               • CDM                      • CDM             Setlhwatlhwe footbridge      Dikgatlong
   • Source finance for         • Local                    • Local           Heritage     Disaneng        Lohatlheng
       footbridge                    Communities               Communities   Footbridge   Footbridge      Footbridge
   • Construct                  • Private                  • Private
       footbridges                   Sectors                   Sectors




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Priority Issue: Provision of telecommunication services                    Project No: 3:3
Project Name:                 Upgrading existing telecommunication         Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:            To upgrade existing telecommunications          • 2011
Outputs:                      Indicators:                                  Location:
   • Effectiveness of             • Number of effectiveness of cellular    Ratlou Local Municipality
       cellular network              network
       coverage                   • Availability of Information from
       determined                    cellular network providers
   • Information from             • Number of network upgraded
       cellular network
       providers obtained
   • Network upgraded
Major Activities:             Responsible             Possible Funding     Time Frame & Costs:
   • Determine                Agencies:               Agencies:            2007/8          2008/9       2009/10        2010/11     2011/12
       effectiveness of           • Telekom/Vod          • Telekom/Vod     R1.000.000.0 R1.100.000.00   R1.200.000.0   R1.300.00   R1.400.000
       cellular network              acome/MTN/              acome/MTN/    0                            0              0.00        .00
       coverage                      Cell C                  Cell C        Installation of
   • Establish type of            • RLM                  • RLM             Vodacom
       Telkom coverage            • CDM                  • CDM             Towers at
   • Obtain information           • Local                • Local           Logageng and
       from cellular                 Communities             Communities   Madibogo
       network providers          • Private              • Private         Pan Village
   • Network upgrade                 Sectors                 Sectors
   • User applications




                                                                              479
Priority Issue: Storm Water                                            Project No: 3:3
Project Name:              Management of storm water                   Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:         To effectively manage storm water              • 2011
Outputs:                   Indicators:                                 Location:
   • Problematic areas        • A list of problematic areas            Ratlou Local Municipality
       identified             • An effective storm water management
   • Management                   system in place
       options for storm
       water identified
   • Storm water
       management
       system installed
Major Activities:          Responsible            Possible Funding     Time Frame & Costs:
   • Identified            Agencies:              Agencies:            2007/8       2008/9          2009/10        2010/11    2011/12
       problematic areas      • NWPD Roads            • NWPD Roads     R1.000.000.0 R1.100.000.00   R1.200.000.0   R1.300.0   R1.400.000
   • Management               • RLM                   • RLM            0                            0              00.00      .00
       options for storm      • CDM                   • CDM
       water                  • Local                 • Local
   • Installation of              Communities            Communities
       storm water            • Private               • Private
       management                 Sectors                Sectors
       system




                                                                          480
Priority Issue: Health services and facilities                                Project No: 13:6
Project Name:                    Construction of health facilities            Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:               To ensure that adequate basic health            • 2011
                                 services are available to all residents of
                                 Ratlou
Outputs:                         Indicators:                                  Location:
   • Increased number of             • Number of hospitals and clinics        Ratlou Local Municipality
       hospitals and clinics            built
       built                         • Number of mobile clinics
   • Increased accessibility         • Number of health facilities
       to mobile clinics                providing 24-hours emergency
   • 24-hours emergency                 services
       health services               • Number of upgraded centres
       provided
   • Increased number of
       existing centres
       upgraded
Major Activities:                Responsible          Possible Funding        Time Frame & Costs:
   •                             Agencies:            Agencies:               2007/8        2008/9          2009/10      2010/11    2011/12
                                     • NWPD                • NWPD Roads       R900.000.00   R1.000.000.00   R1.100.000.0 R1.200.0   R1.300.000
                                        Roads              • RLM              Mabule Clinic Mareetsane      0            00.00      .00
                                     • RLM                 • CDM                            Health Centre   Madibogo Pan
                                     • CDM                 • Local                          Makgobisttadt   Nurses Home
                                     • Local                    Communities                 H/C             Madibogo Old
                                        Communit           • Private                                        Clinic
                                        ies                     Sectors                                     Logageng
                                     • Private                                                              Clinic
                                        Sectors                                                             Matloding
                                                                                                            Clinic



                                                                                 481
Priority Issue: Pay point facilities for pensioners                        Project No: 3:1
Project Name:               Establishment of well equipped pay points      Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:          To increase access to pension pay points by       • 2011
                            providing pension pay points within each
                            ward
Outputs:                    Indicators:                                    Location:
   • Increased number            • Number of pay points                    Ratlou Local Municipality
       of pay points             • Number of people using pay points
   • Increased number            • Availability of reliable transport to
       of people using pay            pay points
       points
   • Transport to pay
       points provided
Major Activities:           Responsible              Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
   • Assessment of          Agencies:                Agencies:             2007/8       2008/9          2009/10        2010/11    2011/12
       current distribution      • NWPD Social           • NWPD Social     R1.000.000.0 R1.100.000.00   R1.200.000.0   R1.300.0   R1.400.000
       of pay points                  Development            Development   0                            0              00.00      .00
   • Identify areas              • RLM                   • RLM
       without pay points        • CDM                   • CDM
   • Construct new pay
       points
   • Provide transport to
       pay points




                                                                              482
Priority Issue: Provision of Education Facilities                          Project No: 13:3
Project Name:                 Construction of new schools                  Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:            To ensure that adequate education               • 2011
                              facilities are provided for all learners
Outputs:                      Indicators:                                  Location:
   • New schools                  • Number of new schools built            Ratlou Local Municipality
       constructed in             • Number of school upgraded
       appropriate locations      • Number of new classrooms built
   • Upgrading of existing        • Number of new early learning
       schools                         centres
   • Construction of new          • Number of fences erected and
       classrooms in                   other security measures installed
       overcrowded schools
   • New early learning
       centres established
   • Security services at
       all school premises
       increased
Major Activities:             Responsible             Possible Funding     Time Frame & Costs:
   • Lobby for increased      Agencies:               Agencies:            2007/8       2008/9          2009/10         2010/11         2011/12
       budget allocation for      • NWPD of               • NWPD of        R1.000.000.0 R1.100.000.00   R1.200.000.00   R1.300.000.00   R1.400.000.00
       school construction             Education               Education   0
   • Acquire school sites         • RLM                   • RLM
       in appropriate             • CDM                   • CDM
       locations
   • Plan and design new
       schools/classrooms
   • Construct new
       school/classrooms



                                                                                  483
   •   Upgrading of existing
       learning centres
   •   Improve security in
       school premises



Priority Issue: Poor access to community facilities                       Project No: 3:1
Project Name:                Provision of basic community facilities      Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:           To provide and increase access to basic         • 2011
                             community facilities
Outputs:                     Indicators:                                  Location:
   • Existing                   • Number of upgraded existing             Ratlou Local Municipality
       community halls              community hall
       upgraded                 • Number of people with access to
   • Accessibility to               community facilities
       community                • Number of upgraded library facilities
       facilities increased
   • Library facilities
       upgraded
Major Activities:            Responsible            Possible Funding      Time Frame & Costs:
                             Agencies:              Agencies:             2007/8        2008/9        2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




                                                                             484
   •   Upgrading of              •   NWPD               •   NWPD             R1.000.000.00    R1.100.000.00   R1.200.000.0   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
       existing community            Education              Education        Morolong         Mareetsane      0              00
       halls                     •   NWPD Art           •   NWPD Art         Community        Community       Makgobistadt
   •   Increased                     and Culture            and Culture      Library R2m      Library         Library
       accessibility to          •   RLM                •   RLM              Mathateng        Thutlhwane      Setlhwatlhwe
       community                 •   CDM                •   CDM              Community        Community       Community
       facilities                •   Local              •   Local            Hall             Hall            Hall
   •   Upgrading library             Communities            Communities      Disaneng
       facilities                                                            Community
                                                                             Hall



Priority Issue: Public Safety                                                Project No: 13:5
Project Name:               Community Policing                               Targets/Target Group:
Project Objective:          To establish and ensure a safe environment          • 2011
                            where the lives and property of residents are
                            protected and to improve the quality of safety
                            services delivery
Outputs:                    Indicators:                                      Location:
   • Law enforced               • Reduced crime rate                         Ratlou Local Municipality
   • Functional                 • Number of functional Community
       Community police             Police forum
       Forum established        • Number of consultations with
   • Visibility of police           departments
       services increased       • Number of police officers in
   • Relevant                       communities
       departments              • Number of joint development
       consulted                   programmes between the police and



                                                                                485
   •  Police officers            community
      increased
  • Joint development
      programmes
      between the police
      and community
      created
Major Activities:           Responsible       Possible Funding     Time Frame & Costs:
  • Enforce the law         Agencies:         Agencies:            2007/8         2008/9         2009/10        2010/11           2011/12
  • Building a                 • NWPD Safety     • NWPD Safety
      functional                  and Liaison        and Liaison   R1.000.000.00   R1.100.000.   R1.200.000.0   R1.300.000.00   R1.400.000.00
      Community Police         • RLM             • RLM                             00            0
      forum                    • CDM             • CDM
  • Increase visibility        • Local           • Local
      of police services          Communities        Communities
  • Liase with the
      relevant department
  • Encourage joint
      development
      programmes
      between the police
      and community




                                                                      486
487
Priority issue: poor conditions of tribal offices
                                                                                              Project No: 11:1

Project Name:                       Upgrading of al tribal offices.                           Targets / target group:
                                                                                                 • 2011
Project Objectives:                 To Upgrade all trial offices in the local municipality.
                                                                                                 • Ratlou local Municipality
Output:                             Indicators:                                               Location:
  • Existing tribal offices            • Number of upgraded tribal offices                       • Ratlou local Municipality
  • Multi purpose centres              • Number of developed multi purpose centres
      developed
Major Activities:                   Responsible Agencies    Possible funding Agencies:        Time frame & costs
  • Upgrading of existing              • Sports and culture
                                                               • Sport and culture
      tribal offices                   • RLM                                                  2007/8        2008/9      2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
  • Development of multi                                       • RLM
                                       • CDM                                                  R1.000.000.   R1.100.00   R1.200.00   R1.300.   R1.400.0
                                                               • CDM
      purpose centres, for             • Private sector                                       00            0.00        0.00        000.00    00.00
      municipal, tribal and                                    • Private sector
      pension pay points use.
      (MPCC)




                                                                                488
Priority issue: Provision of sports and recreational facilities
                                                                                                        Project No: 11:1

Project Name:                               Construction of sports ad recreational facilities           Targets / target group:
                                                                                                           • 2011
Project Objectives:                         To provide access to and establish basic sporting
                                                                                                           • Ratlou local Municipality
                                            facilities and opportunities for all residents of Ratlou.
Outputs:                                    Indicators:                                                 Location:
   • Current distribution of sports             • A list of areas without sorts and recreational           • Ratlou local Municipality
      and recreational facilities.                   facilities.
   • Areas without sports and                   • Number new sports and recreational facilities
      recreational facilities identified.       • Increase in cultural activities.
   • New sports and recreational
      facilities created.
   • Cultural activities promoted.
Major Activities:                           Responsible            Possible funding Agencies:           Time frame & costs
   • Assessment of current                  Agencies
      distribution of facilities.              • Sports and            •   Sport and culture            2007/8      2008/9    2009/10       2010/11   2011/12
   • Identify areas without facilities.           culture              •   RLM                          R1.000.00   R1.100.00 R1.200.000.   R1.300.   R1.400.00
   • Construct new facilities                  • RLM                   •   CDM                          0.00        0.00      00            000.00    0.00
   • Promote cultural activities.              • CDM                   •   Private sector               Kraaipan    Madibogo
                                               • Private                                                Stadium               Logageng
                                                  sector                                                                       Matlodi




                                                                                      489
Priority issue: Job Creation
                                                                                            Project No: 11:1

Project Name:                          Creation of local opportunities                      Targets / target group:
                                                                                               • 2011
Project Objectives:                    To stimulate economic activity to create local
                                                                                               • Ratlou local Municipality
                                       jobs
Outputs:                               Indicators:                                          Location:
  • Community skills developed             • Number of developed community skills              • Ratlou local Municipality
  • Processing of local agricultural       • Number of jobs created through
      products enhanced                       processing of local agricultural products
  • SMME promoted                          • Number promoted SMME
  • Incentive to investors provided        • Number and types of incentives to
  • LED projects assisted                     investors
                                           • Number of assisted LED projects
Major Activities:                      Responsible           Possible             funding   Time frame & costs
  • Development of community           Agencies
      skills                               • Sports and      Agencies:                      2007/8               2008/9 2009/10     2010/11   2011/12
  • Processing of agricultural                culture            • Sport and culture
      products                             • RLM                 • RLM                      R2.000.000.00        R2.20              R2.600.   R2.800.
  • Promotion of SMME by                   • CDM                 • CDM                      1. Disaneng          0.000.   R2.400.   000.00    000.00
      awarding tenders                     • Private             • Private sector           Agriculture          00       000.00
  • Maximum assistance to LED                 sector                                        (R2.5m)
      projects                                                                              2. Segwai Youth
                                                                                            Enterprise
                                                                                            Horticulture (R940
                                                                                            222.00)
                                                                                            3.Tshidilamolomo
                                                                                            & Logageng
                                                                                            Invasive Plant
                                                                                            Control (R984
                                                                                            077.00)
                                                                                            4.Mayaeyane &
                                                                                            Mathateng
                                                                                            Household Food
                                                                                            Security (R250
                                                                                            000.00)
                                                                         490
Priority issue: Development of tourism
                                                                                      Project No: 11:1

Project Name:                   Tourism Development                                   Targets / target group:
                                                                                         • 2011
Project Objectives:             To develop and support tourism for job creation and
                                                                                         • Ratlou local Municipality
                                income generation
Output:                         Indicators:                                           Location:
   • Tourism promoted               • Number of promoted tourist attraction              • Ratlou local Municipality
   • Tourism attractions            • Number of tourist visiting tourist attraction
   • Partnership with private       • Number of partnership with private sectors in
      sectors in tourism               tourism development
      development
      engagement
Major Activities:               Responsible Agencies       Possible        funding Time frame & costs
   • Tourism promotion             • NWD Economic
                                                           Agencies:
   • Development of tourism           Affairs and                                     2007/8          2008/9           2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
      attractions                     Tourism                 •   NWD Economic        R2.000.000.00   R2.200.000.      R2.400.   R2.600.000.   R2.800.000.
   • Encourage partnership         • NW Parks and                 Affairs and         Logageng        00               000.00    00            00
      with private sectors            Tourism Board               Tourism             Game Reserve    Upgrading
                                   • RLM                      •   NW Parks and        Setlhwatlhwe    of Rooi
                                   • CDM                          Tourism Board       Heritage Site   Dam
                                   • Private Sector           •   RLM                 Gathulo Rock
                                                              •   CDM                 Engraving
                                                              •   Private Sector




                                                                             491
Priority issue: Containment of HIV/Aids awareness
                                                                                    Project No: 11:1

Project Name:                  Reduction of HIV/AIDS infection                      Targets / target group:
                                                                                       • 2011
Project Objectives:            To reduce the spread f HIV/AIDS and ensure that
                                                                                       • Ratlou local Municipality
                               people living with HIV/AIDS remain involved in
                               economic and household responsibilities for longer
                               than 2 years after diagnosis
Output:                        Indicators:                                          Location:
   • HIV/AIDS awareness            • Number conducted HIV/AIDS awareness               • Ratlou local Municipality
      campaign conducted               campaigns                                       • HIV Support Centres
   • Voluntary Counselling         • Number of established Voluntary Counselling
      and Testing (VCT)                and Testing (VCT)
      encouraged                   • Number of established AIDS support centres
   • AIDS support Centre
      established
Major Activities:              Responsible Agencies      Possible         funding Time frame & costs
   • Conduct HIV/AIDS             • NWPD Health
                                                         Agencies:
      awareness campaigns         • RLM                                             2007/8      2008/9      2009/10       2010/11        2011/12
   • Encourage Voluntary          • CDM                     •    NWPD Health        R1.000.00   R1.100.00   R1.200.000.   R1.300.000.0   R1.400.000.00
      Counseling and Testing      • Private Sector          •    RLM                0.00        0.00        00            0              Matloding
      (VCT)                                                 •    CDM                Setlagole   Madibogo    Mareetsane    Makgobistadt   Tshidilamolomo
   • Establish AIDS support                                 •    Private Sector                 – Pan       Kraaipan      Setlagole
      Centres                                                                                   Disaneng




                                                                            492
Priority issue: Provision of electricity
                                                                                          Project No: 3:1

Project Name:                      Upgrading electricity network                          Targets / target group:
                                                                                             • 2011
Project Objectives:                O upgrade the electricity network so that every home
                                                                                             • Ratlou local Municipality
                                   has access to electricity
Output:                            Indicators:                                            Location:
  • Bulk electrical supply             • Number of upgraded bulk electrical supply           • Ratlou local Municipality
      upgraded                         • Number of extension of electricity network
  • Electricity network                • Number of electricity to all houses provided
      extended                         • Payment system in place
  • Electricity to all houses
      provided
  • Payment system
      implemented
Major Activities:                  Responsible Agencies       Possible         funding Time frame & costs
  • Upgrade bulk electrical           • ESKOM
                                                              Agencies:
      supply                          • RLM                                               2007/8            2008/9         2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
  • Extend electricity                • CDM                        •   ESKOM              R1.000.000.00     R1.100.000.    R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
      network into new areas                                       •   RLM                                  00             000.00    00
  • Provide electricity to al                                      •   CDM
      houses
  • Implement payment
      system




                                                                                 493
Priority issue: Provision of water services
                                                                                        Project No: 3:1

Project Name:                    Upgrade water supply system                            Targets / target group:
                                                                                           • 2011
Project Objectives:              To upgrade water supply, storage and reticulation to
                                                                                           • Ratlou local Municipality
                                 meet at least the minimum requirements of at the
                                 RDP for water
Output:                          Indicators:                                            Location:
   • Level of services              • Sufficient water supply source in place              • Ratlou local Municipality
      determined                    • Sufficient water storage available
   • Sufficient water supply        • A functioning water distribution system
      sourced                       • Efficient payment system in place
   • Sufficient storage             • Efficient water management system in place
      ensured
   • Efficient water
      distribution ensured
   • Payment system
      implemented
Major Activities:                Responsible Agencies        Possible         funding Time frame & costs
   • Determine level of             • DWAF
      services                                                                          2007/8            2008/9         2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




                                                                                494
   •   Source sufficient storage      •   RLM                  Agencies:                   R1.000.000.00     R1.100.000.    R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
   •   Ensure efficient               •   CDM                                                                00             000.00    00
                                                                   •   DWAF
       distribution                   •   NW Water Board
                                                                   •   RLM
   •   Implement payment
       system                                                      •   CDM
   •   Management of water                                         •   NW Water Board
       system



Priority issue: Provision of roads
                                                                                           Project No: 3:3

Project Name:                      Repairing existing roads                                Targets / target group:
                                                                                              • 2011
Project Objectives:                To repair existing roads to original condition and to
                                                                                              • Ratlou local Municipality
                                   provide functional and maintainable roads
Output:                            Indicators:                                             Location:
   • Roads in need of repair          • Identified number of roads for repair                 • Ratlou local Municipality
      identified                      • Number of roads repaired
   • Types of repair work             • Number of inspection
      specified
   • Roads regularly
      maintained and repaired
   • Regular inspections
      conducted
Major Activities:                  Responsible Agencies        Possible          funding Time frame & costs
   • Identify areas in need of        • NWPD Roads
      repair                                                                               2007/8            2008/9         2009/10   2010/11       2011/12




                                                                                   495
   •   Set level/type of repair         •   RLM              Agencies:                 R1.000.000.00     R1.100.000.    R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
   •   Regular road inspection          •   CDM                                                          00             000.00    00
                                                                •   NWPD Roads
   •   Regular Maintenance              •   Local
                                                                •   RLM
       and repair                           Communities
                                                                •   CDM
                                        •   Private Sector
                                                                •   Local
                                                                    Communities
                                                                •   Private Sector




Priority issue: Provision of lighting
                                                                                       Project No: 3:3

Project Name:                     Overhead lighting                                    Targets / target group:
                                                                                          • 2011
Project Objectives:               To provide overhead lighting to improve safety and
                                                                                          • Ratlou local Municipality
                                  aid movement around village/settlements at night
Output:                           Indicators:                                          Location:
   • Situation analysis               • Situation analysis document                       • Ratlou local Municipality
      conducted                       • Number of Street lighting
   • Street lighting planned          • Finance for electricity consumption
      and designed                    • Number of high mast lights
   • Finance for electricity
      consumption identified
   • High mast lights
      installed
Major Activities:                 Responsible Agencies       Possible         funding Time frame & costs




                                                                               496
   •   Situation analysis            •   NWPD Roads         Agencies:                 2007/8            2008/9           2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
   •   Plan and design lighting      •   RLM                                          R1.500.000.00     R1.550.000.      R1.600.   R1.650.000.   R1.700.000.00
                                                               •   NWPD Roads
   •   Source finance for            •   CDM                                                            00               000.00    00
                                                               •   RLM
       electricity consumption       •   Local
                                                               •   CDM
   •   Install high mast lights          Communities
                                                               •   Local
                                     •   Private Sector
                                                                   Communities
                                                               •   Private Sector




Priority issue: Provision of roads
                                                                                      Project No: 3:3

Project Name:                     Footbridges                                         Targets / target group:
                                                                                         • 2011
Project Objectives:               To provide footbridges over rive beds where access is
                                  restricted during rainy seasons
Output:                           Indicators:                                           Location:
   • Areas in need of                 • A list of areas in need of footbridges             • Ratlou local Municipality
      footbridges identified          • Amount of funds available for footbridges
   • Footbridges planned and          • Number of footbridges constructed
      designed
   • Finance for footbridges
      identified
   • Footbridges constructed




                                                                              497
Major Activities:               Responsible Agencies      Possible         funding Time frame & costs
  • Identified areas in need       • NWPD Roads
                                                          Agencies:
      of footbridges               • RLM                                           2007/8            2008/9         2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
  • Plan and design                • CDM                      •   NWPD             R1.000.000.00     R1.100.000.    R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
      footbridges                  • Local                    •   RLM                                00             000.00    00
  • Sources of finance for            Communities             •   CDM
      footbridges                  • Private Sector           •   Local
  • Construct fotbridges                                          Communities
                                                              •   Private Sector




Priority issue: Provision of telecommunication services
                                                                                   Project No: 3:3

Project Name:                   Upgrading existing telecommunications              Targets / target group:
                                                                                      • 2011
Project Objectives:             To upgrade existing telecommunications
Output:                         Indicators:                                        Location:
  • Effectiveness of cellular      • Number of the effectiveness of cellular          • Ratlou local Municipality
      network coverage                 networks
      determined                   • Availability of information from cellular
  • Information from                   network providers
      cellular network             • Number of network upgrading
      providers obtained
  • Network upgraded




                                                                             498
Major Activities:              Responsible Agencies      Possible          funding Time frame & costs
  • Determine effectiveness       • Telekom/Vodaco
      of cellular network            m/MTN/Cell C        Agencies:                  2007/8            2008/9         2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
      coverage                    • RLM                      •     Telekom/Vodaco   R1.000.000.00     R1.100.000.    R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
  • Establish type of             • CDM                            m/MTN/Cell C                       00             000.00    00
      Telkom coverage             • Local                    •     RLM
  • Obtain information from          Communities             •     CDM
      cellular network            • Private Sector           •     Local
      providers                                                    Communities
  • Network upgrade                                          •     Private Sector
  • User applications




Priority issue: Storm Water
                                                                                    Project No: 3:3

Project Name:                  Management of storm water                            Targets / target group:
                                                                                       • 2011
Project Objectives:            To effectively manage storm water
                                                                                       • Ratlou local Municipality
Output:                        Indicators:                                          Location:
  • Problematic areas             • A list of problematic areas                        • Ratlou local Municipality
      identified                  • An effective storm water management system
  • Management options for            in place
      storm water identified
  • Storm water
      management system
      installed



                                                                            499
Major Activities:                   Responsible Agencies        Possible            funding Time frame & costs
  • Identified problematic             • NWPD Roads
                                                                Agencies:
      areas                            • RLM                                                2007/8          2008/9           2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
  • Management options for             • CDM                        •      NWPD Roads       R1.000.000.00   R1.100.000.      R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
      storm water                      • Local                      •      RLM                              00               000.00    00
  • Installation of storm                 Communities               •      CDM
      water management                 • Private Sector             •      Local
      system                                                               Communities
                                                                    •      Private Sector




Priority issue: Health services and facilities
                                                                                            Project No: 13:6

Project Name:                          Construction of health facilities                    Targets / target group:
                                                                                               • 2011
Project Objectives:                    To ensure that adequate basic health services are
                                                                                               • Ratlou local Municipality
                                       available to all residents of Ratlou
Output:                                Indicators:                                          Location:
  • Increased number of                   • Number of hospitals and clinics built              • Ratlou local Municipality
      hospitals and clinics built         • Number of mobile clinics
  • Increased accessibility to            • Number of health facilities providing 24-
      mobile clinics                          hour emergency services
  • 24-hour emergency health              • Number of upgraded centres
      services provided
  • Increased number of



                                                                                      500
       existing centres upgraded


Major Activities:                     Responsible Agencies      Possible        funding Time frame & costs
  • Identification of appropriate        • NWPD Health
                                                                Agencies:
      sites for new health facilities    • RLM                                           2007/8            2008/9         2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
  • Erection of new clinics              • CDM                      •   NWPD Health      R1.000.000.00     R1.100.000.    R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
      hospitals                          • Local                    •   RLM                                00             000.00    0
  • Introduction of mobile                  Communities             •   CDM
      clinics                            • Private Sector           •   Local
  • Upgrading of existing                                               Communities
      centres                                                       •   Private Sector
  • Provide 24 hour emergency
      facility


Priority issue: Pay point facilities for pensioners
                                                                                         Project No: 3:1

Project Name:                         Establishment of well equipped pay points          Targets / target group:
                                                                                            • 2011
Project Objectives:                   T increased access to pension pay points by
                                      providing pension pay points within each ward
Output:                               Indicators:                                        Location:
  • Increased number of pay               • Number of pay points                            • Ratlou local Municipality
      points                              • Number of people using pay points
  • Increased number of people            • Availability of reliable transport to pay
      using pay points                       points
  • Transport to pay points
      provided



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Major Activities:                    Responsible Agencies      Possible        funding Time frame & costs
  • Assessment of current               • NWPD of
      distribution of pay points           Social              Agencies:                2007/8           2008/9          2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
  • Identify areas without pay             Development             •   NWPD of          R1.000.000.00    R1.100.000.     R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
      points                            • RLM                          Social                            00              000.00    00
  • Construct new pay points            • CDM                          Development
  • Provide transport t pay                                        •   RLM
      points                                                       •   CDM




Priority issue: Provision of Education Facilities
                                                                                        Project No: 13:3

Project Name:                        Construction of new schools                        Targets / target group:
                                                                                           • 2011
Project Objectives:                  To ensure that adequate education facilities are
                                     provided for all learners

Output:                              Indicators:                                        Location:
  • New schools constructed in          • Number of new schools built                      • Ratlou local Municipality
      appropriate locations             • Number of schools upgraded
  • Upgrading of existing               • Umber of new classrooms built
      schools                           • Number of new early learning centres




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   •   Construction of new             •   Number of fences erected and other
       classrooms in overcrowded           security measures installed
       schools
   •   New early learning centres
       established
   •   Security services at all
       school premises increased


Major Activities:                   Responsible Agencies    Possible       funding Time frame & costs
  • Lobby for increased budget         • NWPD of
      allocation for school               Education                                   2007/8       2008/9   2009/10   2010/11   2011/12




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    construction                 •   RLM              Agencies:               R2.000.000.00     R2.200.000.    R2.400.     R2.600.000.     R2.800.000.00
•   Acquire school sites in      •   CDM                                      1.Extensions to   00             000.00      00              1.Extension to
                                                         •   NWPD of
    appropriate locations        •   Local                                    Malebogo          1.Extension    1.Constr    1.              Malebogo,
                                                             Education
•   Plan and design new              Communities                              Primary School    to             uction of   Extensions      Mpho e Tsile,
                                                         •   RLM
    schools/classrooms           •   Private Sector                           2.Construction    Retlakgona     a new       to              Masamane,
•   Construct new                                        •   CDM              of New Toilets    Primary        school      Thutlwane       Mosita primary
    schools/classroom                                    •   Local            at Gaserengwe     2.Constructi   within      Primary,        schools, Kagiso
•   Establish New early                                      Communities      Intermediate,     on of new      Ratlou      Gaserengwe      BArolong sec,
    learning centres                                     •   Private Sector   Senwamatsana,     Toilets at     Local       Intermediate    Ratlou primary
•   Upgrading of existing                                                     Setlagole and     Upper          2.Extens    , Moteu         and G.S Phoi
    learning centres                                                          Ramabesa          Setlagole      ions to     Makabanya       Sec Schools
•   Improve security in school                                                Prrimary          and            Kagiso      Primary,
    premises                                                                  Schools           Motlhabane     Barolon     Setlagole
                                                                              3.Perimeter       Primary        g High,     and
                                                                              Fencing Ntshidi   Schools        Setlagol    Matloding
                                                                              Intermediate,     3.Perimeter    e           Primary
                                                                              Nottingham,       Fence at       Primary     Schools
                                                                              Retlakgona and    Gaserengwe     and         2.Provision
                                                                              Masamane          Primary        S.S.Ntlh    of new
                                                                              Primary           andMoteu,      aeng        toilets for
                                                                              Schools           Makabanya      Interme     Setilo inter,
                                                                              4.Major           ne and         diate       S.S.
                                                                              renovations at    Ratlou         Schools     Ntlhaeng
                                                                              Matloding,        Primary        3.Provisi   Primary
                                                                              Letsapa and       4.Major        on of       Schools
                                                                              Batsogile         Renovations    new         3.Perimeter
                                                                              Primary           at Ditloung    Toilets     fencing for
                                                                              Schools           Primary,       for         Madibogo
                                                                              6.Minor           Motsitlane     Onkabet     pan
                                                                              Renovations at    Primary and    se Thuto    primary,
                                                                              Ratlou,           Boithaopo      Seconda     Green
                                                                              Gaetsalwe and     High           ry,         Central
                                                                              Aaron Letsapa     Schools        Kgosi       primary,
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                                                                              Primary                          Shope,      Obusitse
                                                                              Schools                          Malebog     inter and
                                                                                                               o and       Matloding
                                                                                                               Tsogang     primary
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Priority issue: Poor access to community facilities
                                                                                       Project No: 13:5

Project Name:                        Provision of basic community facilities           Targets / target group:
                                                                                          • 2011
Project Objectives:                  To provide and increase access to basic
                                                                                          • Ratlou Local Municipality
                                     community facilities
Output:                              Indicators:                                       Location:
  • Existing community halls            • Number of upgraded existing community           • Ratlou local Municipality
      upgraded                              halls
  • Accessibility to community          • Number of accessibility to community
      facilities increased                  facilities
  • Library facilities upgraded         • Number of upgraded library facilities


Major Activities:                    Responsible Agencies      Possible        funding Time frame & costs
  • Upgrading of existing               • NWPD of
      community halls                      Education           Agencies:               2007/8          2008/9           2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
  • Increased accessibility to          • NWPD Art and            •   NWPD of          R2.000.000.00   R2.200.000.      R2.400.   R2.600.000.   R2.800.000.00
      community facilities                 Culture                    Education                        00               000.00    00
  • Upgrading library facilities        • RLM                     •   NWPD Art and
                                        • CDM                         Culture
                                        • Local                   •   RLM
                                           Communities            •   CDM
                                                                  •   Local
                                                                      Communities




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Priority issue: Reduce Crime Rate through Community Policing
                                                                                        Project No: 13:5

Project Name:                        Community Policing                                 Targets / target group:
                                                                                           • 2011
Project Objectives:                  To establish and ensure a safe environment where
                                     the lives and property of the residents are
                                     protected and improve the quality of safety
                                     services deliver
Output:                              Indicators:                                        Location:
  • Law enforced                         • Reduced crime rate                              • Ratlou local Municipality
  • Functional Community                 • Number of functional Community Police
      Police Forum established               forums
  • Visibility of police services        • Number of consultations
      increased                          • Number of police officers in communities
  • Relevant departments                 • Number of joint development
      consulted                              programmes between the police and
  • Police officers increased                community
  • Joint development
      programmes between the
      police and community
      created
Major Activities:                    Responsible Agencies     Possible       funding Time frame & costs
  • Enforce the law                     • NWPD
                                                              Agencies:
  • Build a functional                  • RLM                                           2007/8           2008/9          2009/10   2010/11       2011/12
      Community Police Forum            • CDM                    •   NWPD Safety        R1.000.000.00    R1.100.000.     R1.200.   R1.300.000.   R1.400.000.00
  • Increased visibility of police      • Local                      and Liason                          00              000.00    00
      services                             Communities           •   RLM
  • Liase with relevant                                          •   CDM
      department                                                 •   Local
  • Increase police officers                                         Communities
  • Encourage joint
      development programmes
      between the police and
      community
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5. INTEGRATION PHASE
In accordance with Section 26 of the Municipal Systems Act 2000, and in compliance
with the procedures, policies and technical requirements set for preparing IDP’s,
each IDP must develop and adopt the following Operational Strategies:

           •   Five-Year Financial Plan
           •   Five-Year Capital Investment Programme
           •   Five-Year Action Plan
           •   Integrated Monitoring and Performance Management System
           •   Integrated Spatial Development Framework
           •   Integrated Poverty Reduction and Gender Equity Programme
           •   Integrated Environmental Programme
           •   Integrated Local Economic Development Programme
           •   Integrated Institutional Programme.
           •   Integrated HIV/AIDS programme
           •   Disaster Management Plan
           •   Water Services Development Plan

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

5.1 Waste Management Plan


The Integrated Waste Management Plan (IWMP) outlines solid waste management
priorities and strategies, which form part of the IDP. The IWMP thus provides the
basis for the MSA section 78 review of internal mechanisms for solid waste
management.


CDM needs assistance to carry out a study that will review the internal mechanisms
currently in place for solid waste management. The work proposed in this study
includes an assessment of the status quo, an evaluation of internal and external


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service delivery mechanisms and recommendations. The two outcomes of the study
will be: (a) Phase 1 Feasibility Study and (b) the Integrated Waste Management Plan.


The study shall highlight deficiencies in respect of waste management within the
Local Municipalities of Mafikeng, Ditsobotla, Ramotshere-Moiloa, Tswaing and Ratlou
and to make amendments for the improvement of services or where no services
exists, to establish systems for the collection, transportation, treatment and disposal
of waste.


The District Municipality wishes to institute a process of waste management aimed
at pollution prevention and minimization at source, managing the impact of pollution
and waste on the receiving environment and remediating damaging environments.
Waste management, which is effectively non-existent in the district, must therefore
be planned and implemented in a holistic and integrated manner that extends over
the entire waste cycle, from cradle to grave.


The main goal is to optimize waste management by maximizing efficiency, and
minimizing associated environmental impacts and financial costs.




5.2 Five (5) year LED Plan


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


Key components of the Plan include:


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

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     •       Packaging of available economic growth and development opportunities in the
             form of anchor projects within those sectors that the district has a
             competitive advantage.
     •       Feasibility studies and business plans of the anchor projects;
     •       Marketing strategy;
     •       Institutional Framework for coordination and implementation.


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


     •       Establishing a job creating economic growth path;
     •       Embarking on Integrated Sustainable Rural Development.
     •       Bringing the poor and the disadvantaged to the centre of development.


 It is evident in the LED plan that the key competitive sectors in the district are:
         •    Tourism
         •    Manufacturing
         •    Agro-processing
         •    Business Services; and
         •    Construction



 5.3 Integrated Environmental Programme


 5.3.1 Environmental Management Plan


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




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      •    Solid Waste Management including local community capacity building in
           environmental management
      •    Rehabilitation of mine dumps
      •    Enhancement of environmental quality.


The local municipalities are addressing these issues differently. However, the Central
district municipality IDP has developed projects aimed at complementing efforts
already undertaken by local municipalities. The overall strategy being to implement
and enhance the NEMA principles.


The major aim of the CDM Environmental Management Plan is to ensure that the
resources in the district are used to their fullest potential in promoting and protecting
a sustainable environment. Secondary to this would be to identify elements and
locations of possible economic growth to improve the quality of life for all in the
district.


  The detailed objectives of the project are to:


  •       Ensure that environmental issues are addressed and district projects have no
          negative impacts on the natural environment;
  •       Identify stakeholders / role players and ensure their participation in the
          development of the Central District Municipality District Environmental
          Management Plan and its integrated sub-components;
  •       Set objectives, develop strategies and determine actions that need to be
          undertaken, in response to the analysis;
  •       Develop maps of all environmentally sensitive areas per local municipality area;
  •       Identify all environmentally unsustainable economic activity per local municipality
          and within the district as a whole;
  •       Develop strategies of promoting economic activity, which are based on Agenda
          21 and World Summit on Sustainable Development objectives and strategies
          whilst limiting the environmental impact per local municipality, and in the district
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•   Develop environmental monitoring systems that are cost effective, efficient and
    compatible with existing human resources and infrastructure capacity within the
    5 local municipalities as well as in the district;
•   Complete a State of the Environment Report wherein a comprehensive picture
    of the state of the environment in the Central District Municipality is detailed;
•   Complete an Environmental Management Legal Compliance Report;
•   Develop a District Environmental Strategy;
•   Develop an Environmental Management System (EMS);
•   Collate and present information in spatial format so that it can form part of the
    GIS system and further development of CDM’s development framework;




5.3.2 Spatial Development Framework


Within the Central District Municipality, only Mafikeng municipality prepared and
submitted a Spatial Development Framework with its IDP. Other municipalities
were unable due to lack of capacity with regard to appropriate materials (spatial
data).


The purpose with the CDM Integrated Spatial Development Framework (ISDF) is to
assess the position of the Central District Municipality from a national and provincial
perspective and to serve as a guide for the respective Local Municipalities in order to
ensure that their spatial development links to the overall development perspective
for the district. The main purpose will therefore be to ensure that the district as a
whole contributes towards the orderly spatial development of the NW Province.


In the process followed in compiling the ISDF for the CDM, the investigation was
based on existing documentation and sectoral plans prepared for the district and the
respective local municipalities.


The guiding tool in the process was the Terms of Reference received for the
compilation of the Integrated Spatial Development Framework. According to this,
the ISDF should provide answers on the following questions:


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•   How much space should be provided for activities of the Local and District
    Municipalities;
•   Which space should be utilised and which should be protected;
•   How should the space be organised in order to sustain:
           o    Functioning of settlements
           o    Further growth and change of those settlements
           o Environmental qualities.
•   Provision of a hierarchy of SDF’s in order to allow for different levels of spatial
    planning and decision-making; and
•   The SDF should provide a general direction to guide decision-making and action
    over a multi-year period.


One of the issues to be kept in mind is that this ISDF is only one of a ‘bundle’ of
sectoral plans, complimentary to the IDP for the district.           Therefore, cross-
references are made, and it should also be read together with the IDP and the other
relevant sectoral plans.


In the second section of the ISDF attention was given to the macro perspective. In
this regard issues such as national and provincial perspectives impacting on the
district, the legal framework and strategic perspectives were discussed. Attention
was also given to the existing vision and mission statements and how a new vision
and mission could be formulated in order to guide and direct the SDF-process.


The third section addresses the composition of the Central District Municipality.
Attention was given to issues such as the administrative composition, demographic
and economic issues, strategic environmental issues, housing, community facilities,
infrastructure, transport and finally land claims and land tenure.


Some of the issues identified in this analysis are the following:


    •   Annual population growth rate is estimated at 3, 1%;
    •   More than 30% of the district’s population lives in Mafikeng;


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   •   Over 25% of the population has no formal education and over 40% has
       limited education of less than Grade 12;
   •   Unemployment is significantly high with over 55% of the economically active
       population are unemployed;
   •   The economic space of the district is totally dominated by the Mafikeng nodal
       point;


   •   Fourthly certain development trends and guidelines were identified. These
       were identified from all the existing strategic documents and sectoral plans
       and formed the basis for certain of the recommendations made.


Issues identified as development trends included the rural nature of the district,
scattered small villages, impact of land use control by chiefs and the impact on land
tenure, illegal land occupation and problems with infrastructure.        Some of the
development challenges are limited planning systems, environmental problems and
the redirection of growth and development towards previous disadvantaged areas.
Issues identified as economic constraints are major infrastructure and service
backlogs and the high unemployment rate. Key development issues are, amongst
others, spatial restructuring, land use management systems and the need for strategic
development options for nodal points.


From the assessment of the local SDFs the following key issues have been identified,
namely:


   •   The need for spatial reconstruction and the improvement of the land use
       management system;
   •   Identification of key areas for strategic intervention in terms of the
       eradication of services backlogs;
   •   Addressing the lack of economic opportunities in disadvantaged areas and
       increasing the use of public transport;
   •   Encourage sustainable development approach;
   •   Identify the areas with potential for agricultural development;



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    •   Formulation of strategic development options for nodal points and clusters;
        and
    •   Resolution of land tenure issues.


The economic advantages of rural service centres are as follows:



    •   Economy of scale advantages will be established;
    •   Higher order catalyst retail and social activities will be established which will
        promote the establishment of smaller complimentary land uses;
    •   Integrated land use activities in support of each other will be established;
    •   Job opportunities will be created;
    •   The pricing structure of goods will be reduced in view of healthy
        competition;
    •   The poor rural occupant will save transportation costs as the majority of
        goods will be available at rural service centres, thus saving on additional
        urban destined trips; and
    •   Poverty levels could be reduced, as beneficiaries will have the opportunity to
        market and sell their goods at the rural service centre.


Preferred land uses to be provided at Rural Service Centres includes residential
areas, retail, informal market, social services (clinic, pension and child support
payment point, secondary school, cemetery and sport and recreation), light service
industries, agricultural uses and public transport facilities.


In terms of guidelines for a New Land Use Management System, it is concluded that
due to the nature of the area, and also linked to institutional capacity, it should be
considered to compile one single zoning scheme / land use management system for
the entire district municipality. This will ensure that more effective and efficient land
use management can take place. In order to achieve this certain investigations will
be needed and some legal work will have to be done in order to assess the existing
town planning schemes and other legislation impacting on this process.




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5.4     Integrated HIV/AIDS Programme


The district municipality is in the process of developing and implementing its
HIV/AIDS programme. However given the magnitude of HIV/AIDS epidemic the
municipality should continuously be involved in HIV/AIDS programmes at local and
provincial level. Thus the District IDP proposes strategies to be adopted in order to
contain the spread of HIV/AIDS. Most of the strategies proposed are in conformity
with the National Strategies on HIV/AIDS.

5.5     Disaster Management Plan


The CDM is critically aware of the importance of preparing and adopting a Disaster
Management Plan especially because of the topography and natural vegetation of the
district.   A strategy that addresses risk aspects like veld fires, floods, lightning,
drought (water shortage), famine, tornados, epidemics, etc. need to be adopted and
implemented.



5.6 Integrated Local Economic Development Programme


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



5.7 Integrated Poverty Reduction and Gender Equity


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


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all the district wide issues are issues whose solutions shall impact positively on
poverty reduction and gender equity.



5.8 Integrated Monitoring and Performance Management System


As provided by Chapter 6 of the Municipal Systems Act 2000, the Central District
municipality is in the process of establishing Performance Management System into
the management and operations of the municipality.


Performance management is a strategic approach to management that equips leaders
and managers at different levels with a set of tools and techniques to regularly plan,
continuously monitor, periodically measure and review the performance of the
municipality in terms of indicators and targets for efficiency, effectiveness and impact
within the municipality.


Although the performance management system will be developed to address the
specific situation of the Central District Municipality, the “Batho Pele” White Paper
(1997) contains a vision of managing performance within the broader public sector.
The Core Components of the Performance Management System are


                •   Set appropriate performance indicators as a yardstick for
                    measuring performance, including outcomes and impact, with
                    regard to the municipality’s development priorities and objectives
                    as set out in its IDP.
                •   Set measurable targets.
                •   Monitor performance.
                •   Measure and review performance.
                •   Establish a process of regular reporting.


The following diagram will illustrate the working of the system, based on legislative
requirements:




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Performance Management Framework at Municipal Level




                                              KPA’s and          C
                                              Development        O
                                              Objectives         M
                                                                 M
                                                                 U
                                                                 N
            National and                      Local and          I
            Provincial KPI’s                  Individual KPI’s   T
                                                                 Y

                                              Individual         P
                                              Performance        A
                                              Targets            R
            Provincial MEC                                       T
            Intervention when                                    I
            necessary                                            C
                                              Monitor            I
                                              Performance        P
                                                                 A
                                                                 T
                Reporting                     Review and         I
                                              Evaluate           O
                                              Performance        N

                                  Community




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5.8.1 Performance Measurement


Performance measurement requires an objective framework for assessing. This
framework is established by setting Key performance Areas (KPA’s) and clustering
development objectives and key development priorities in terms thereof. The next
step is to determine Key performance Indicators (KPI’s) and to link it to
performance targets. KPI’s define how performance will be measured. Performance
targets, on the other hand, identify the result to be achieved within a given time
frame.


5.8.2 Setting Key Performance Areas (KPA’s)


In terms of section 26 (c) of the Systems Act, the development priorities and
objectives have been clustered as follows:


               Infrastructure and services;
               Social and economic development;
               Institutional transformation;
               Democracy and governance; and
               Financial management.


The key performance areas (KPA’s) are those areas in which the municipality has to
excel to accomplish the vision and mission. The following Key Performance Areas
have been identified:


           •   Infrastructure and Services


           •   Social Development


           •   Economic Development


           •   Sound Financial Management




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                  •   Human Resource Development and Institutional Transformation


                  •   Marketing and Communication


                  •   Democratic Governance


 Development Objectives
The development objectives of the municipality are formulated in terms of the key
development priorities, which are linked to the following KPA’s of the municipality:




 KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS                            DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES




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1. Infrastructure and Services        1.1   To    develop,    maintain       and   upgrade     the
                                            infrastructure through integrated planning, taking
                                            into consideration the short, medium and long
                                            term need and fulfilling these within the
                                            parameters of sound financial management,
                                            specifically in terms of the following infrastructure
                                                   •   Water supply systems;
                                                   •   Sanitation/ VIP structures
                                                   •   Electricity supply/ on-site network
                                                   •   Cemeteries / infrastructure
                                                   •   Gravel roads


                                      1.2   To provide effective and affordable services to
                                            the communities where the following services are
                                            or   may    become      direct    functions   of   this
                                            municipality.
                                                   •   Water provision
                                                   •   Electricity supply
                                                   •   Solid waste removal
                                                   •   Sanitation
                                                   •   Health services
                                                   •   Social development
                                                   •   Reduction of spread of
                                                   •   HIV/Aids
                                                   •   Safety and security
                                                   •   Emergency services
                                                   •   One-stop-services


2. Social and Economic Development    2.1   To develop and upgrade the social and economic
                                            standard of living of the communities living within
                                            the boundaries of the District Management Area



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                                               through     integrated    planning,     taking      into
                                               consideration the short, medium and long term
                                               social and economic development needs in the
                                               area, specifically in terms of the following:


                                                      •   One-stop-services          (ID’s,       Birth
                                                          Certificates, etc)
                                                      •   Clinic services
                                                      •   HIV/Aids Prevention Programmes
                                                      •   Provision of Telkom services
                                                      •   Provision of Crèche Facilities
                                                      •   Provision of Ambulance Services
                                                      •   Illiteracy training
                                                      •   Improvement of safety and security
                                                          services
                                                      •   Skills Development for job creation
                                                      •   Development of Tourism




3. Sound Financial Management            3.1   To   maintain    and     upgrade      sound     financial
                                               management through integrated planning on the
                                               short, medium and long term.


4.     Human Resource Development and    4.1   To develop and utilize the human resources of
     Institutional Transformation              the Transformation municipality sufficiently and
                                               effectively to accomplish the vision and mission of
                                               the municipality and to serve the community
                                               accordingly.


5. Marketing and Communication           5.1   To develop and maintain an effective and well-
                                               organized marketing and communication system,



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                                                       which will serve the internal, and external needs
                                                       of the municipality and its stakeholders.


6. Democratic Governance                         6.1   To establish strong democratic governance which
                                                       will be transparent and co-operative to its
                                                       communities, stakeholders and the other tiers of
                                                       governance?




     5.8.3 National Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)


     In terms of the Municipal Planning and Performance Management Regulations, (2001),
     section 10, all municipalities must report on the following general national KPI’s by
     the end of the financial year:


        •   The percentage of households with access to basic level of water, sanitation,
            electricity and solid waste removal;
        •   The percentage of households earning less than R1 100.00 per month with
            access to free basic services;
        •   The percentage of a municipality’s capital budget actually spent on capital
            projects identified for a particular financial year in terms of the municipality’s
            integrated development plan;
        •   The number of jobs created through the municipality’s local economic
            development initiatives, including capital projects;
        •   The number of people from the employment equity target groups employed
            in the three highest levels of management in compliance with the
            municipality’s approved employment equity plan;
        •   The percentage of the municipality’s budget actually spent on implementing
            its workplace skills plan;




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   4.8.4 Setting Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)


   KPI’s simply define how performance will be measured along a scale of dimension
   (e.g. number of toilets to be erected). KPI’s could also be used to communicate the
   achievements and results of the municipality and its council for a specific period, to
   the relevant stakeholders, such as the community. It can further be utilised to
   determine whether the municipality is delivering on its developmental mandate,
   provision of services and infrastructure. The municipality would also be in a position
   to determine whether its organisational structure is suitable to meet its development
   objectives. KPI’s enforce accountability by the council to its electorate. A Key
   Performance Indicator has to be consistent with the following principles:


       •   Measurability;
       •   Relevance;
       •   Simplicity; and
       •   Precision.


   The KPA’s, KPI’s and Performance Targets will be putt together in one diagram to
   ensure a clearer understanding of the process.


5.8.5 Setting Performance Targets
 A performance target will be set for each identified KPI, as part of the performance
measurement process. Performance targets should be “SMART" (Specific, Measurable,
Realistic, and Time related). The municipality sets out to achieve its performance targets
within a given financial year, and its performance can be measured according to whether
targets for each indicator were met consistently. Setting performance targets is
particularly useful for internal, contracted-out and privatised services, as it promises the
public and the communities a defined quality of service.


5.8.6 Performance Monitoring
Performance monitoring is an ongoing process to determine whether performance
targets are being met and broader development objectives are being achieved. This
process involves the measurement of particular KPI’s and tracking performance in terms


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of these KPI’s over time. It is important to ensure that the right information is obtained,
and that this information is not manipulated to produce misleading results.


5.8.7 Performance Evaluation


Performance evaluation is a deeper, more detailed process of analysis and it occurs
during key points in the process – for example, on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
The evaluation process does not just look at whether the municipality is performing
adequately, it also analyses if and why there is under-performance in a particular area.
Special arrangements will be implemented for evaluating performance on a regular basis.
Evaluation will be done on the following basis, which may be changed by council in
consultation with executive management when necessary.


   •   Monthly basis    - Executive Managers will report to the Municipal Manager on a
       monthly basis, upon which an evaluation will be done according to the criteria
       that will be set by the executive management team and the Mayoral Committee.
       Council must approve the criteria.


   •   Quarterly basis - The Municipal Manager will report to the Mayoral Committee
       on a quarterly basis, upon which an evaluation will be done according to the
       criteria set by the executive management team and the Mayoral Committee.
       Council must approve the criteria.


   •   Six-Monthly/and/or Annual Evaluation- The Mayoral Committee will have to
       report to Council on a six-monthly and/or annual basis whatever the preference
       of Council, upon which an evaluation will be done according to criteria set by
       Council in consultation with the Mayoral Committee on the basis of the set
       criteria of the two other levels of evaluation that have been established.


   5.8.8 Performance Auditing


   Performance auditing is a key element of the monitoring and evaluation process. This
   involves verifying that the measurement mechanisms are accurate and that proper


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procedures are followed to evaluate and improve performance. The municipality will
be required to submit its performance results to be audited by the external auditor
on an annual basis. In addition to verifying the results of the measurement exercise,
it also verifies the accuracy of the measurement methods. The Auditor-General as
well as the provincial public accounts committees will play an important role in this
process.


According to the Systems Act, section 45, the results of the performance
measurements must be audited as part of the municipality’s internal auditing process
and annually by the Auditor-General. Therefore, frameworks and structures to
evaluate the effectiveness of the municipality will have to be established.




5.8.9 Performance Reporting
The monthly, quarterly, and six-monthly reports as being mentioned previously
under the performance evaluation process, will have to be co-ordinated and put
together as to prepare an annual report that must reflects the following in terms of
The Municipal Systems Act, 2000, Sections 46, 47, and 48:


   •   A performance report;
   •   Financial statements for the financial year; and
   •   An audit report.


5.8.10 Interventions
The Constitution allows provinces to intervene in the affairs of municipalities in the
event of non-performance. This is to ensure that citizens receive the essential
services. Depending on the degree of the lack of performance, provinces may:


   •   Suggest capacity building initiatives;
   •   Issue specific instructions to improve performance;
   •   Recommend a process of competitive tendering in the case of service
       delivery   problems;


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   •    Appoint a person or team to assist with specific functions for a defined
        period of time;
   •    Transfer the function to another body for a specific period of time;
   •    Take over the function completely.


The information which provinces will base their actions on, therefore has to be both
comprehensive and accurate. In addition, provinces may also appoint management
evaluation teams to investigate a particular issue or function within municipalities, if
there is cause for concern.

5.9 Five Year Operational Business Plans


It is essential for the municipality to develop its strategies at operational level to
achieve its formulated development objectives. The success of a selected overall
strategy in terms of KPA’s, development objectives, KPI’s and performance targets,
depends on how effectively the operational activities are managed at departmental
and divisional levels. However, before this could be done it is of paramount
importance that the municipality will know exactly what functions and services it will
be responsible for.


Two types of operational business are required to enable the municipality to move
from strategies to deliveries. The first is an institutional plan and the second is a
financial plan and both are interlinked.


4.9.1   Institutional and Human Resource Development Plan
The main challenge that CDM is faced with is to develop capacity among all
stakeholders in order to enable them to perform their various roles in the
development of the community. The municipality needs to develop annual training
and development programs to address skills development among all stakeholders, i.e.
councillors, officials, community structures. The training and development program
caters for the skills needs and gaps identified among stakeholders.


The institutional plan should include the restructuring of the organisational structure
and the compiling of sectoral operational business plans and aims to assist a

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municipality in its endeavour to improve service delivery. The status quo institutional
structure needs to be restructured before an Institutional Plan can be compiled.
The critical point that needs to be improved on is the development of skills among
the local municipalities and communities.


4.9.2   Financial Plan
In terms of the financial plan, a five-year projection of capital and operating
expenditure is made.      This plan will fully incorporate the IDP projects and
operational business plans and will be supported by strategies designed to raise the
revenue necessary to implement the IDP projects and business plans. This plan will
be completed and incorporated into this Integrated Development Plan as soon as the
budgeting process has been completed.




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